Leftists complain that Royal Family waving in balcony is ‘too white’

Millions of people watched the ancient traditions performed at King Charles III’s Coronation, but rather than celebrating the pageantry of the day, prominent leftists in the UK focused on something else: that the Royal Family is apparently too “white.”

In the past, the monarchy in Britain functioned as a focal point for people of many political persuasions to come together and bond as fellow citizens. 

However, leftists in the United Kingdom have increasingly attempted to portray the institution that brought liberty principles and was vital to the abolition of slavery in the Western world as little more than a racist relic of the country’s colonial past.

Some people obviously couldn’t hold back their hatred for the Royal Family on Saturday… or perhaps they couldn’t resist using the enormous stage offered by the Coronation to disseminate their leftist and anti-white ideas.

For example, Bridgerton actress Adjoa Andoh observed on King Charles and his family waving to thousands of fans from the balcony of Buckingham Palace while appearing on ITV: “We have gone from the rich diversity of the Abbey to a terribly white balcony… I am very struck by that.”

Andoh, who was afforded the opportunity to become a successful actress on both sides of the Atlantic and who happens to be married to a white man, author Howard Cunnell, went on to say: “I am also looking at those younger generations and thinking: ‘What are the nuances that they will inhabit when they grow?’”

Andoh was far from, alone, with the likes of This Is Why I Resist author and frequent critic of the Royal Family — other than fellow woke leftist Meghan Markle — Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu said: “The ideology of White Supremacy is literally, metaphorically & symbolically the bread & butter of British Monarchy & superbly exemplified on Buckingham Palace balcony while the multicultural/multiethnic/multi race ‘isms’ stay below where they belong.”

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Dr Shola, who is often propped up by legacy media outlets to criticise the colonial history of the UK, went on to describe supporters of the monarchy as having a “peasant mentality”

“A spectacle of STOLEN wealth. You BEG for crumbs while Charles reigns in TRADITION that put you in a chokehold,” she wrote.

Ironically, even some white leftists got in on the act of criticising the King for his skin colour, with Dr Charlotte Proudman responding to a picture of Charles being crowned in Westminster Abbey: “What a beautiful photograph of white male privilege and entitlement. Sums up who rules our country.”