Wednesday, December 25, 2019

The Queen Goes Politically Correct and Climate Alarmist in Her Christmas Message

Perhaps not surprisingly, the United Kingdom's Queen Elizabeth surfed the waves of political correctness and climate alarm in her Christmas message this year.

She specifically used the term "womankind" after mentioning "mankind" as if she wasn't aware that the word mankind refers to all human beings and not a specific gender.

From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
First Known Use of mankind: 13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1.

Sense 1: the human race : the totality of human beings
Then she nodded at save the planet nonsense:
 The challenges many people face today may be different to those once faced by my generation, but I have been struck by how new generations have brought a similar sense of purpose to issues such as protecting our environment and our climate.
And, of course, she also had to give a shout out to government-trained killers:
My family and I are also inspired by the men and women of our emergency services and armed forces; and at Christmas, we remember all those on duty at home and abroad, who are helping those in need and keeping us and our families safe and secure.
Yes, quite the Christmas message.

When you think about it, she is clearly more slick and dangerous than the more openly politically correct Duchess of Sussex.



  1. Isn't the queen of England, by definition, the head of the Church of England?

    Wouldn't it then be appropriate for head of said Church to remember the actual reason we celebrate Christmas?

    How silly of me to even think such a thing....

  2. How unwoke of Her Majesty to omit Non-binarykind.

  3. So fake climate change is as much as a challenge today as the Battle of Britain against the Nazis? Hmm.
    That’s pretty stupid. Her royal majesty maybe needs to be put in the looney bin.

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