Russel Brand Creates Media Scandal After He Calls The Queen By Her True Family Name
Russel Brand is definitely not a fan of elitism and people who want to reshape the world just because they are incredibly rich and have the power to create money out of LITERALLY nothing! We are all frustrated, at least those who see how the new rulers of the world spread their toxicity, but still, some of us, who are influential, are able to create a real mess with their stands against the elite.
Russel Brand is definitely that guy. Of course, we are not going to speak about politics too much, but we have to admit that he put the whole internet on fire with what he posted on his Facebook profile a couple of years ago.
The popular actor went on a rant against the royalty, showing his disappointment and frustration in all of the people who still support the monarchists and show ignorance to some important things.
His post went as follows:
“I mean in England we have a Queen for fuck’s sake. A Queen! We have to call her things like “Your Majesty” YOUR MAJESTY! Like she’s all majestic, like an eagle or a mountain. She’s just a person. A little old lady in a shiny hat – that we paid for. Or “Your Highness”! What the fuck is that?! What, she’s high up, above us, at the top of a class pyramid on a shelf of money with her own face on it. We should be calling her Mrs. Windsor. In fact, that’s not even her real name, they changed it in the war to distract us from the inconvenient fact that they were as German as the enemy that teenage boys were being encouraged, conscripted actually, to die fighting. Her actual name is Mrs. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
“Mrs. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha”!! No wonder they fucking changed it. It’s the most German thing I’ve ever heard – she might’ve well as been called “Mrs. Bratwurst-Kraut-Nazi”.
What is your opinion on this matter? Maybe we all take the monarchy lightly and show ignorance. Maybe the class wars are still alive and we are supposed to fight for a true freedom and equalty of all people, to value ourselves as what we are, not who our parents were and how deep our pocket is.