WORLD EXCLUSIVE – Samantha Markle reacts to her sister Meghan’s Netflix trailer and the “inappropriate woke backlash” in the wake of the disgraceful mistreatment of Lady Susan Hussey
“When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear the story from us?” gushes the mendacious menace formerly known as Meghan Markle in the trailer for what its promoter has deemed a “Netflix global event.” Unsurprisingly, the teaser for the forthcoming bag of bilge that has been titled Harry & Meghan has already been watched 3.9 million times on YouTube alone.
Whilst a tiny minority no doubt think it acceptable for the feckless Duchess of Sussex to take a sum estimated as high as £81.3 million ($100 million, €94.9 million or درهم367.3 million) to spill her guts and those of her drippy, delusional, under-the-thumb husband without considering the fallout, her very own and by contrast sensible sister, Samantha Markle, last night reacted to it by quite rightly declaring:
“As I watched the Netflix trailer, I felt as though I was watching a Neil Sedaka style music video about a couple who believe its them alone with the world against them at all the odds.”
“It was my observation that with the love support and resources of the British royal family, that all of the odds were laid out before them, and in their favour until the point at which they seemingly wanted more and did not want to follow protocol, or be honest in their dealings.”
“Harry claimed that he would do whatever it took to protect his ‘family.’ We are confused because for all intents and purposes, the royal family certainly is a large, lifelong family, and worthy of said protection. The implication in the trailer, though, was that his ‘family’ only includes the Montecito microcosm and excludes the royal family and the Markles.”
“If they perceive their love as the two of them against the world in a Neil Sedaka style video, then it’s only them against the world, seemingly because they have lied about, isolated, attacked and damaged through public relations, a multitude of family members on both sides of the ocean.”
“It seems easy for them to deflect from accountability to others and recoil into their own menagerie of a microcosm, all the while packaging it as some heroic move that is worthy of awards and music, videos, and books and Netflix series. Most amazing about that trailer is its attempt to embody a fairytale at the expense of the tragedies, and tragic endings of others.”
Turning to the disgraceful debacle that has followed Ngozi Fulani’s PR stunt after her unfortunate encounter with Lady Susan Hussey and the shocking mistreatment of this 83-year-old that has followed, Samantha Markle shared:
“Respectfully, I have to say that we observed it from across the pond and it was quite shocking. Everyone I know supports Lady Susan Hussey. I was shocked at the inappropriately reactive, rather than proactive woke backlash that this lovely 83-year-old royal aide has suffered to the extent of her resignation and unjust social shaming.”
“I heard the questions that Lady Susan asked Miss Fulani and given several issues, I feel this was a tragic misinterpretation of communication.”
“Firstly, Ms Fulani was wearing a glaringly and culturally, symbolic clothing ensemble, which would arouse curiosity and questioning by any reasonable person where the attire is not customary for the region.”
“That being said, if someone were standing outside my home, wearing a Samurai ensemble or an Irish jigging ensemble or a sari, I would respectfully ask where the individual is from. If the individual said: ‘I am from here,’ I might be confused because of the unique clothing and further ask: ‘No, but where are you really from or where is your family from?’”
“I would likely be fascinated, and want to know the origins of such a unique outfit and the person wearing them. I might want to know about their family, and I would be delighted to hear more. Although, somehow that it is considered rude to ask, I think that it is rude not to ask, but rather to assume or stereotype.”
“Respectfully asking allows us to learn about other cultures and people, and this is how we grow and evolve in the large, multicultural world we live in.”
“Also, considerable and worthy of note is the fact that Lady Susan is 83-years-old and respectfully and diligently served the royal family for many, many years. She is of a different generation to Miss Fulani, so perhaps it would have been customary in most cultures to extend respect to the elderly and realise that she has a different perspective and set of norms about cultural exchange.”
“I think Lady Susan did the right thing and didn’t want to draw assumptions, but rather respected Miss Fulani by asking and caring enough to do so. Based on everything I have seen, it is my opinion that there was entrapment occurring. The set up was racially driven to stimulate controversy around the British royal family targeting an 83-year-old woman to make an example out of and to shame. It is inhumane in my opinion, and shame on those, who are so irrational, and not capable of personal integrity and maturity, or human compassion enough to find other ways to work out their personal issues regarding racism as it pertains to their own lives.”
“I think Lady Susan should have also been provided with the opportunity to learn about this woman’s culture, without being dismissed and socially shamed abruptly. This could have been a win-win situation, and given all factors and variables.”
“I believe that Lady Susan ought be restored of her dignity, respect, and social prestige that she has worked so long for, and does not deserve to be stripped of, because of what seems like a staged encounter to spin a narrative that raises the public hackles, and is unjustly damaging to the British royal family, and certainly to Lady Susan.”
“Lady Susan should be fully exonerated and this matter of seemingly false accusations, constituting, incitement and the abuse of an elderly citizen should be investigated.”
“I might also add that was has been said about Lady Susan assisting my sister at the behest of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and reporting back that my sister was allegedly difficult seems to correlate with a motive of vindication. It is also reported that there is a link between the organisation Miss Fulani represents and my sister.”
“When I was getting my masters degrees and studying multicultural counseling, I learned that it is wrong to make assumptions about others cultures, and not ask questions, because that can be construed as stereotyping, and each individual within a population or cultural group, does not adhere to culturally specific norms. We respect individuals by asking them what their personal preferences are regarding communication and take it from there.”
“I just wanted to qualify in case anyone wonders why I am commenting when I’m not a British citizen. We are all human and with my degree in counseling, and what I know multicultural counseling I felt it was important to mention some aspects of that matter that many may have overlooked.”
Follow Samantha Markle on Twitter at @SammyMarkleReal.
Editor’s Note – Unlike as is the case in many publications, this article was NOT sponsored or supported by a third-party. Follow Matthew Steeples on Twitter at @M_Steeples.
Pictured Top (left to right) – A caricature doing the rounds of the Duchess of Sussex mocking her money motivated ways; Lady Susan Hussey, an 83-year-old whose mistreatment has been outrageous, and the then Meghan Markle with her sister, Samantha Markle, in happier times.