CNN Demands New King Address BLM, Reparations

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As part of CNN’s Friday coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Christiane Amanpour demanded that the new monarch, King Charles III, violate his constitutional duty of being apolitical and address left-wing pet causes like Black Lives Matter and reparations.

Amanpour rejected the idea that Elizabeth’s death should be free of politics, “I really do believe that we have to have this conversation right now even at this moment.”

By “this conversation,” Amanpour meant that Britain is more diverse now than it was 70 years ago when Elizabeth ascended to the throne, as Don Lemon put it, “Because different demographics, different people are looking, listening for different reasons.”

That diversity is a legacy of an empire that means that Charles must address issues of left-wing racial identity politics, “Exactly, and look what he said, in the 70 years of her being on the throne, many cultures and many faiths have flourished in these past seven decades, but there is an ongoing, particularly in the wake of Black Lives Matter, particularly in the protests that erupted all over the world after what happened in Minnesota, here as well, in France and other parts of these nations that had colonial servants, let’s face it. People who were in service to this empire.”

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Charles already has a challenge to appear apolitical given his history of environmentalism, but Amanpour also suggested that he make his life more difficult by entertaining the idea reparations, “So, what we’re saying is that there are, there is the generation of multicultural and diverse Britons who want this answered, who want to see their monarch finally talk about what it means and, you know, potentially the idea of reparations, definitely justice, right? Justice.”

On one hand, the media keeps telling us Charles is becoming king over a country bitterly divided by things such as Brexit and that his mother and the institution he now leads were the glue that held the country together. On the other, they want him to endorse racial identity politics and see no contradiction between the two.

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Here is a transcript for the September 9 show:

CNN Newsroom with Alisyn Camerota and Victor Blackwell

9/9/2022

2:10 PM ET

CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR: And Max, I really do believe that we have to have this conversation right now even at this moment.

DON LEMON: Because different demographics, different people are looking, listening for different reasons.

AMANPOUR: Exactly, and look what he said, in the 70 years of her being on the throne, many cultures and many faiths have flourished in these past seven decades, but there is an ongoing, particularly in the wake of Black Lives Matter, particularly in the protests that erupted all over the world after what happened in Minnesota, here as well, in France and other parts of these nations that had colonial servants, let’s face it. People who were in service to this empire. The wealth of this empire was derived on the back of the people of their empire. 

MAX FOSTER: On display in the palace. 

AMANPOUR: Right, on display everywhere and in the crown and everywhere. So, what we’re saying is that there are, there is the generation of multicultural and diverse Britons who want this answered, who want to see their monarch finally talk about what it means and, you know, potentially the idea of reparations, definitely justice, right? Justice.

And I think Prince Harry, and you know this better than me – sorry, Prince William, who’s the Prince of Wales and the heir, the next king, he talked about it, having been criticized for a trip that he made in the Caribbean, and again a colonial legacy, that he must have this discussion and it must be up to those countries. But it also has to be had in this country as well. 

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