Meghan Markle and Prince Harry planning TV show on racism and feminism that takes a ‘political stance’, insiders claim https://t.co/qDefivvVd4
— The Sun (@TheSun) August 23, 2020
As I pointed out in 2015, South African mining zillionaire and British freelance imperialist Cecil Rhodes’ first five wills called for creation of a “Secret Society” modeled on the Jesuits to work covertly for the British Empire to rule the world. Rhodes wrote:
Why should we not form a secret society with but one object: the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilised world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire.?…
To forward such a scheme what a splendid help a secret society would be, a society not openly acknowledged but who would work in secret for such an object.
Rhodes’ last will, at least publicly, dropped the “secret society” language and created the Rhodes Scholarships to bring together the most promising youth of the Anglo-Saxon nations, US and Germany, with their peers at good old Oxford for indoctrination in Anglophilia.
But Rhodes Scholar Bill Clinton favorite professor Carroll Quigley maintained that Rhodes’ successor Alfred Milner carried on the Rhodes conspiracy by recruiting able young men like novelist-statesman John Buchan, politician Leo Amery, editor Geoffrey Dawson, and intellectual Isaiah Berlin to dominate key chokepoints of influence like the Times of London and the Encyclopedia Britannica.
My new conspiracy theory: Princess Meghan Markle is an agent of the conspiracy launched by South African zillionaire Cecil Rhodes in the 1890s to reverse the American Revolution and reunite the Anglosphere. The plan is for her to become President while her husband is King, then abrogate the Declaration of Independence.
But there could be just one little stumbling block in the grand plan: What if Althea Bernstein’s mother tells Princess Markle that her daughter is to busy healing to be the first guest on the ex-royals’ TV show about racism? In fact, she’d prefer that nobody mention her daughter’s allegation that she was set on fire by “classic Wisconsin frat boys” ever again.