DAN WOOTTON: It's time the 'bullied' Sussex Survivor Club go public12/07/2022
DAN WOOTTON: As Harry and Meghan spread more fantasies to trash the life’s work of the Queen, all while claiming to be ‘advocates of healing’, it’s time Buckingham Palace let the ‘bullied’ Sussex Survivor Club go public
We now have proof that the opportunistic cheek of the Duke and Duchess of Delusion knows no bounds.
After the faux eco-warriors flew into New York yesterday on a carbon-spewing private jet – why on earth should they have to travel with the little people and save the planet, right? – to spread more damaging falsehoods about their flesh and blood while collecting an award said to be for ‘exposing’ non-existent racism in the Royal Family, effectively trashing the work of the late Queen, Harry and Meghan had the nerve to suggest they have chosen a ‘path of optimism’.
If they think throwing their flesh and blood under yet another woke bus is positive, I’d really hate to see the trail of destruction if they went down a pessimistic path.
Despite claiming to be ‘advocates of healing’ in their Pollyannaish address, as ever with the Sussexes, there was a threatening undertone.
We now have proof that the opportunistic cheek of the Duke and Duchess of Delusion knows no bounds
After the faux eco-warriors flew into New York yesterday on a carbon-spewing private jet
Harry told the audience of uber elites at the Robert F Kennedy Awards, who had shelled up to a million dollars for a ticket: ‘As we all face a complete and challenging time in the world, we choose the path of optimism of care for each other and our communities. We understand this honour, not about the culmination of a life’s work, but instead and in many ways for us, a beginning.’
The hippy dippy Californian mumbo jumbo the pair espoused on stage belies the cruel motivation behind the start of the Sussexes campaign of vengeance against the Royal Family.
After hilariously realising they can’t climb to the top of the royal ‘hierarchy’, due to those pesky restrictions of a hereditary monarchy, they’re going to tear down the whole thing.
That plan begins in earnest tomorrow, with the release of the couple’s Netflix reality show, an orgy of victimhood that will seemingly accuse the Royal Family of conspiring with the British Press to spread a racist narrative about them.
Without a hint of irony, Meghan tittered on stage: ‘We all need to, when we can, if we feel brave enough, to just speak honestly about your own experience.’
If they think throwing their flesh and blood under yet another woke bus is positive, I’d really hate to see the trail of destruction if they went down a pessimistic path
She’s either trolling us or completely oblivious to the fact she and Harry must be regarded as the biggest truth twisters in the business, with five falsehoods already exposed in their Netflix trailer, adding to the 17 porky pies in the now widely discredited Oprah Winfrey tell-all.
Indeed, the Sussexes appear to be redefining the concept of truth, with Harry promising in the much-maligned Netflix trailer: ‘No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth.’
Of course, that’s an entirely ludicrous statement.
Harry wasn’t in the room during many of the alleged incidents of bullying levelled at Meghan during her time in the Royal Family, including the now infamous moment she is accused of making Kate cry during a bridesmaid dress fitting.
He was also not privy to the hundreds of hours of phone conversations by staff at Kensington Palace and then Buckingham Palace using every trick in the PR book to try and stop unflattering stories about Meghan’s behaviour towards staff emerging in the Press.
I should know; I was part of many of those calls, which often involved threats of legal or regulatory action.
But I’m a journalist and my job is to follow the story wherever it leads.
The fact I’d been very positive about Meghan’s entry into the Royal Family, celebrated her wedding day as one of the most exciting moments in modern British history and thought she could be a gamechanger for the modern monarchy preparing to transition from Elizabeth II to Charles III was an irrelevance, given what was going on behind-the-scenes was clearly in the public interest.
Indeed, the Sussexes appear to be redefining the concept of truth, with Harry promising in the much-maligned Netflix trailer: ‘No one knows the full truth. We know the full truth’
So on November 8 2018 I was the first reporter in the world to break details of the real tensions between Meghan and her new relatives, writing in the now famous Tiaragate story: ‘The Queen warned Prince Harry over Meghan Markle’s behaviour and attitude before their wedding following a row over the bride’s tiara.’
A source told me the Queen said: ‘Meghan cannot have whatever she wants. She gets what tiara she’s given by me.’
That was an extraordinary intervention from a monarch known to try and keep the peace between her relatives.
And the same story included this fascinating detail: ‘Meghan and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, have clashed over the treatment of staff.’
A royal insider told me then: ‘Meghan can be difficult. She has very high standards and is used to working in a Hollywood environment.’
Those tentative steps by me back then to reveal the inner workings of the Sussexes fallout with their relatives helped to unravel the reality over the next 14 months, culminating in me disclosing their plan to Megxit in January 2020.
This has all become highly relevant now because it seems Harry and Meghan’s contention, according to the Netflix trailer, is that the royal institution itself was planting stories to purposely make them look bad and encourage racism towards them.
That accusation would be laughable were it not so serious.
And that’s why I am now of the firm belief that Buckingham Palace must give the members of the Sussex Survivors Squad, former employees who say they were ‘bullied’ by Meghan, the opportunity to speak on the record in public to reveal ‘their truth’ without the fear of being sued for breaking strict confidentiality agreements.
Such a move would be highly unconventional, but I believe it’s now necessary.
One former employee subject to a confidentiality agreement told The Times newspaper today: ‘The only way to end it for good is for us to be allowed to speak, and for the palace to firmly reject their lies.’
They added: ‘I certainly have chosen to remain silent out of respect for the crown, but if they keep attacking us and our characters, reputation etc. we need to feel we are equally supported by the royal family.’
Buckingham Palace must also publish the results of the independent inquiry into claims of Meghan’s bullying, which has always been denied by the Sussexes.
Despite what Harry claims, those two steps are the only way for the public to hear the ‘full truth’ of what really went down.
King Charles has, until this point, been determined to stay out of what the monarch regards as mudslinging, but the stakes are now simply too high.
I don’t believe Harry and Meghan’s ‘full truth’, based on my years of reporting on their time in the Royal Family.
But if the other side is forced to stay silent, it could soon become the truth in the eyes of the public, especially woke Americans desperate to turn on a great British institution.
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