Mondays. Christmas. Arbor Day. Days that end in "y." No matter the occasion, it’s always a good time to remind the British that we found a war so we don’t have to give a rip about their opinion.
Including that of a certain Harry formerly known as Prince.
Speaking before the largely obsolete United Nations on Nelson Mandela International Day, the British kinda-sorta-royal said humanity is living in a “time of global uncertainty and division, when it’s all too easy to look around and feel anger or despair,” asking, “How many of us feel battered, helpless in the face of the seemingly endless stream of disasters and devastation?”
Well, let’s be honest - probably not him or his wife from their swanky $15 million digs in the hills of Montecito.
Harry went on to cite “climate change wreaking havoc on our planet” as part of the apocalypse currently facing humanity – a crisis culminating, apparently, in the curbing of the legalized “right” to infanticide in the U.S.
“From the war on Ukraine to the rolling back of constitutional rights here in the United States, we are witnessing a global assault on democracy and freedom, the cause of Mandela’s life,” Harry went on.
#BREAKING: At the United Nations, Prince Harry calls out "the rolling back of Constitutional rights in the United States" as part of "a global assault on democracy and freedom." pic.twitter.com/RnJNmkPDcp— Forbes (@Forbes) July 18, 2022
Well, at least we have constitutional rights, Harry.
Speaking of which, you might want to have your native land check out that Second one.