Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Nanny Bans The Duke

 When the Duke of Edinburgh died, King's College London sent staff an email with a photo of the Duke (who had been governor of the university since 1955).

“As the nation marks the death of HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, we thought you might like to see this photo of the duke at the official opening of the Maughan Library in 2002, which some colleagues will remember.”

Some staff complained (they didn't like the Duke), this then prompted the university Associate director Joleen Clarke to apologise thusly:

“The picture was included as a historical reference point following his death.

The inclusion of the picture was not intended to commemorate him.

Through feedback and subsequent conversations, we have come to realise the harm that this caused members of our community, because of his history of racist and sexist comments.

We are sorry to have caused this harm.”

Factoid, a photo of the Duke harmed no one! 

To kowtow to professional moaners over a photo of a dead man, is disgraceful and only emboldens cretins and axe grinders to look for more areas which "offend" them.

The Royal Mail will issue a Miniature Sheet of four stamps on Thursday 24th June marking the life of His Royal Highness Prince Philip who died two months short of his 100th birthday, on 9th April 2021.

I suggest people send letters to King's with the new stamps, just to make sure the cretins working there are as offended as possible! is brought to you by "The Living Brand"

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1 comment:

  1. People tend to be people of their time.
    What was the societal norms yesterday, may not be the norms tomorrow.
    It saddens me the direction our country is taking in terms of self loathing.
    Let's stop apologising for our past, something we cannot change and are not responsible for, and start looking forward to a proud and confident future.

    When will women apologise for getting us men kicked out of the Garden of Eden.