Steve Sailer writes, above:
So, the lady who calls herself Ngozi Fulani (an Igbo first named combined with a last name lifted from a different tribe), dresses like a discount store Queen of Zamunda in Coming to America, and who had the 83-year-old lady-in-waiting cancelled for asking where her people (i.e., her family) is from is really named Marlene Headley and her family was from Barbados.
I Tweeted this, from our Twitter account when the Lady Susan Hussey thing came up:
If you'd asked the late Queen this question, she would have explained politely (after saying she was born to an English father and Scottish mother) about her Hanoverian ancestors. She was neither as arrogant or as privileged as Ngozi Fulani. https://t.co/qMRD6jmQ21— VDARE (@vdare) December 1, 2022
On the English panel show QI ten years ago, Stephen Fry talked about what the British Royal Family does at Christmas, including opening the presents on Christmas Eve, rather than Christmas Morning.
Stephen Fry: Why do [the Royal Family] open their presents on Christmas Eve?
Jo Brand: Because they’re all f***ingmad!
Stephen Fry: No—because they’re all f***ing Germans. It’s a German tradition.
The Royals are frequenlty referred to as ”German” by the British, although they’ve been English for hundreds of years.
So if you’d asked the late Queen where she was really from, she would have explained politely that while she was born in Bruton St., London, daughter of an English royal and a Scottish noblewoman, her ancestry is from the Hanoverians who replaced the Stuarts in the eighteenth century, and more recently, due to Prince Albert’s heritage, from the house formerly named Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
If you asked the current King, Charles III, where he was really from, he’d explain that while his mother was born in Bruton St., etc. his father was a Greek royal born on the island of Corfu, but that the Greek royal family was actually Danish.
The King of England is also neither as arrogant nor as privileged as Ngozi Fulani, and he’s not a phony either.