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Prince Philip’s death has been the perfect excuse for the global elite to remind the rest of us of our place in the world

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13.04.2021

If we take the death of an elderly man, husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather out of the equation, it is clear that the latest royal circus tent to pitch up in town – the death of the Queen’s consort – has become probably the largest, and most perfectly organised, piece of propaganda the British elite, supported by a cast of global elites, has ever pulled off.

I am not too interested in the Duke of Edinburgh. In fact, I am not interested at all. I have seldom given him one thought over my lifetime – even when he said the most outlandish and offensive things, or when crashing his Range Rover at the age of 97, I afforded him little more time than whatever reality TV star the tabloids were pushing at the time.

This cosseted relic from another era, who was part of a shady dynasty would have no idea about the life of a commoner. And why should he?

But increasingly and alarmingly, I have realised I was wrong to dismiss his antics and those of the royals in general as yet another level of celebrity gossip, when in actual fact the institution of the British royal family still wields enormous amounts of power, as it has done for centuries both in the UK and globally.

In modern times, that influence has mostly been obscured with a common view that the royal family’s role in the........

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