Why Don’t William, Kate, and Harry Adopt ?
Hola a todos. Considering the state of el mundo/the world today, only a complete idiot and/or someone in denial would bring a child into this insane world.
Yet she’s pregnant again. For the third time as of this writing. I wrote this article (but didn’t post it) sometime after Kate’s second child, Charlotte, was born because it seemed at the time that the British Royal Baby FactoryTM had suspended operations — with no plans to pump out any more babies — and that specifically the William and Kate Baby FactoryTM had been shut down, perhaps permanently, or at least temporarily. I thought maybe these perfect people discovered birth control, no?
But I read today that Kate is pregnant again with a third child despite having been urged to not have more kids.
Harry (William’s brother) calls Kate’s third pregnancy “fantastic news,” (why is that fantastic news, or is that just something to say?) although he said he hasn’t seen her in awhile, even though to my knowledge they all (except the Queen) live in the same place, Kensington Palace.
I read yesterday: “Kate Middleton and Sister Pippa Have Reportedly Made a Royal Pregnancy Pact. Could there be more than one royal baby on the way? It’s being reported that Kate Middleton and her younger sister, Pippa, want to be pregnant together.”
Oh good lord. Can this get any more ridiculous? To begin with, Pippa is not part of the Royal Family. Her sister is. So there cannot be more than one royal baby on the way. This reminds me of las chicas and their copy-cat pregnancies here in The Baby Factory known as San Francisco today.
Nearly every time I log out of e-mail, on the “news” page there is some gushing and adoring headline about the two perfect people in el mundo/the world: William and Kate, and most recently Harry and his chica, which that site is waiting with bated breath for his marriage proposal to what’s-her-name. It’s as if the writers of these articles wish The Cesspool/the US were under the British Crown. (Now granted, “God Save Our Gracious Queen,” is a far better and more dignified national anthem than that god-awful thing we have which glorifies war and ugly nationalism.) These
three — that would be four with Harry’s chica — are the perfect people in the minds of the people writing these gushing headlines/articles about them. These four can do no wrong!
One headline I saw awhile back was about William talking about running a marathon and how “Kate gave the perfect response.” Well what other kind of response would one expect from a perfect person? (roll eyes).
There have been headlines about Kate’s perfect dress and how she “wow’ed” and “looked stunning.” Isn’t that wonderful. Certainly made my day.
There was a headline that read: “How Kate Middleton subtly switches up her look.” That’s important? Nothing of substance going in anyone’s life of the people who write this shallow crap?
Then there’s these important tidbits:
“Kate Middleton says Princess Charlotte is the boss of the Royal family.”
“The one change Prince William and Kate Middleton Made to Their Wedding Vows”
“Why Kate Middleton And The Royal Family Don’t Say ‘Toilet’ Or ‘Pardon’”
Fascinating, isn’t it? (roll eyes)
This is part of the reason why I can’t stand shallow and superficial US pop culture which seems to worship and adore the British Royal Family.
But it’s not just the British Royal Family, one senses that there are some in the US who want the Obamas to be our Royal Family. There was this headline: “Malia Obama Wore the PERFECT ’90s Minidress for College Move-In Day.”
Really? Does anyone care what dress she wore to move into her Ivy-league, status-symbol school for the super-wealthy.
Is “perfect” the only word that the idiots that write this basura know? They’ve never heard of a thesaurus? Search engine: “thesaurus” It’s free online. Use it.
Since we are led to believe that the Royals are perfect human being in every way and nothing is ever “out of place,” one would think they would make perfect decisions, no? Well, when William and Kate got married, I got the distinct impression from what they said that la mujer/the woman was going to be or desired to be a Baby Factory. It seems that William and Kate want at least 4 children. They already have 2 children and Kate had trouble with the first two pregnancies. Knowing that she had trouble with the first two pregnancies, I think an intelligent and allegedly-perfect person would question whether it wise to have more children, no? From what I had read last year, “they [William and Kate] hoped to be pregnant” by the holidays 2016. Obviously that didn’t happen. But another source said she was already 6 months pregnant and that was sometime ago. That wasn’t true either. I also read that the Queen allegedly doesn’t want another royal baby. Apparently they don’t care what she thinks since one is in the oven.
Of course William and Kate have been “overjoyed” by the news of the first two children. They will be “overjoyed” for all future babies that they pump out. Then comes the perfunctory “congratulations” lavished on them. I know “congratulations” is what is traditionally said by the sheeple to someone who is having a baby, but I don’t know why. Women have babies every day. Mosquitoes can breed. What’s the big deal about getting pregnant? It happens all the time, and in many cases it becomes something to regret, including the expen$e. What’s so special about these two? Oh I know they’re considered “celebrities,” and some sites follow their every move and write, “Kate Middleton wows in dress with sexy slit.” Women wear dresses with sexy slits in them somewhere all the time. A dress that some woman is wearing with a sexy slit is worthy of mention? I would like to say to the writers of these articles: Nothing else going on in your pathetic life, is it?! Why don’t guys start wearing jeans with sexy slits so we can read, “Prince William of the House of Windsor wows in jeans with sexy slit.” I just don’t get into this ridiculous US Celebrity “Culture” Worship. It’s so shallow and superficial.
Awhile back I wrote about the baby factory here in the New Conservative San Francisco: San Francisco’s Baby Explosion and The Stroller Brigades. A new city of breeders who only care about themselves. It doesn’t matter to them that el mundo/the world is already overpopulated.
If William and Kate want a brood of children (is that their goal?), they could adopt as many children as they want. Oh no, not that! Someone will scream: They can’t adopt because it would break “the blood line” of the Royal Family. Oh por favor! The “bloodline” of the Royal Family was broken centuries ago. So why is the “bloodline” important? It seems to me that adopting a child is no different than when Diana Spencer or Kate Middleton were “adopted” into the Royal Family. And isn’t this idea of a “bloodline” rather outdated?
There are many wonderful and loving children out there waiting to be adopted and who would love to be in a stable loving home. One can love an adopted child just as much as if the child were part of one’s own DNA.
So if Kate hasn’t already gotten pregnant again, (scratch that) Maybe they will consider adopting in the future — although I’m not holding my breath — to contribute to the busload of children they apparently want.
Harry has made it rather clear that he’s quite bored with this Royal Family stuff, but it’s required of him, so he does what he wants to do focusing more on various social issues. He’s a very laid-back, informal guy. More like his mother, Diana. I read that he said he would prefer to be a tour guide (I believe it was) in Africa than to do this Royal Family stent.
And adoption is a social issue they could all focus on and set an example for to help change society’s thinking regarding adoption. The general public may say, “Well William and Kate adopted, maybe we should too! If it’s good enough for the Royals…” So why don’t William, Kate, and Harry (and Kate’s sister, Pippa) set the example by adopting all future children that they want? Considering who they are, their enormous wealth and their connections, they could probably have several adopted children whenever they want, bypassing the 9-month misery period of pregnancy for each child. Something to consider, although I live under no illusion that this will ever happen. No, I suspect the breeding status-quo to continue. Chau.—el barrio rosa
In the article, I mentioned the British national anthem, “God Save The Queen.” Most arrangements of that are rather uninteresting, including the one by Sir Benjamin Britten. The one exception being the Sir David Willcocks’s arrangement he wrote for the Royal Wedding (Charles and Diana) which comes complete with a descant on the second verse for the trebles/choir boys. Here’s the performance of that from the wedding with St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral Choir, The British State Trumpeters and the cathedral’s Great Organ. It’s a glorious arrangement, although The Queen (to whom the anthem is sung) looks rather utterly bored here even though this was the first time she had heard this arrangement. Perhaps the woman has no ear for music? For those wondering why the Queen is not singing, the Queen does not sing to herself, since the anthem is to the Queen, the sovereign. Nor did the Queen Mother sing the national anthem. That should be self-explanatory. Enjoy: