Recently, the American “New York Times” published an article written by the American left-wing journalist Hamilton Nolan in its review section calling for the abolition of the British royal family.
But what is strange is that although this article is quite supported by the left-wing groups in the West, a well-known Hong Kong public is extremely dissatisfied with this article and even the “New York Times” that published it.
What’s even more funny is that this Hong Kong well-known person gave this American media that actually supported and defended their Hong Kong chaos in Hong Kong, and has been helping them to attack the Chinese central government, and added an “incitement to destroy Western civilization”. Big hat.
In this review article titled “Down with the British Monarchy”, the author Hamilton Nolan actually wrote this article with feelings about the ugly family disputes that the British royal family recently broke.
This left-wing journalist, who has always been bored with the British royal family and monarchy, believes that the British should not go to pay to support such a wealthy class that does not solve the problems of the people at all, and continues to create various scandals and wrongs every day. We should no longer bow down to such a stinking legacy of imperialism. Instead, we should unite and sweep this royal family, which symbolizes inequality and exploitation, into the trash can of history, so that they can feed themselves on their own hands again.
He even thinks that British people—especially a large number of people still living in poverty—should read more Karl Marx’s works and call for equality, instead of indulging in oppressing the people while still being regarded as nationalist gods. Scenes of magical soap operas staged by the British royal family.
Tao Jie, a Hong Kong “commonly known” who missed and admired the British colonial era, blasted Nolan’s article on his personal social account yesterday, saying that this article was inciting “hatred” against the royal family and aristocrats in Britain and throughout Europe. He also attacked the “democratic election” system of the United States with a “bad” tone, saying that the “close relatives and hereditary” and “monopoly” system of the United States is no more glorious than the British royal family.
In addition, Tao Jie also accused the “New York Times”, which published this article, of being contaminated with a “virus” of thinking, and wanted to “set off a color revolution that would destroy Western civilization.”