Here in this blog I will not argue whether Prince Andrew can sweat or whether he was at Pizza Express or not. Rather, in this blog I will write about why U.K media describes Prince Andrew like an upper class man? And why does the majority of U.K Media monopolies avoid to call a spade a spade in the question of Prince Andrew?”
First of all, based on the Prince Andrew saga and Tory corruption that stinks for years, I can say that it is clear that when crime and punishment is intended for upper classes, they get away with their crimes easily and sometimes with a little punishment. Or they are not punished at all like the Prince Andrew question.
So the question is, “if Prince Andrew was a British Working Class Man what would have done the British Media’s Fury and Vitrol?”
If Prince Andrew was a British working class man, he would have ended up hanging himself or some other form of suicide from the hatred and the fury of the UK Media monopolies.
Have you heard the descriptions of British working class men how they are described like being monsters of all shapes when similar allegations of crimes happen?
In the question of Prince Andrew, the Independent, for example, says that “Ms Giuffre’s civil lawsuit alleges that she was forced to have sex with Jeffrey Epstein’s friends when she was 17 years old, including the Duke of York, Prince Andrew.”
While the mealy-mouthed Emily Maitlis in her latest blog called, “Prince Andrew: Emily Maitlis says duke’s interview answers are critical to sex assault case,” in there she says, “Virginia Giuffre is suing the prince, claiming he sexually assaulted her when she was 17.”
Now either write and call a spade a spade or do not write at all. For “forced to have sex” and “sexual allegations” forms of descriptions do not call a spade a spade. And try to circumvent what the meaning of…