While the world is hanging on every word uttered by the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, and poring over every page in his bestselling memoir Spare, it is worth stopping and asking ourselves, who is this man who is supposedly exposing his own family and revealing their secrets?
And is he really doing anything of the sort, or is Harry actually participating in a vast and sickening cover up of the Royal family’s worst rites and customs, a dance as old as the ancient family itself?
Prince Harry’s highly anticipated memoir is already breaking sales records as the book was finally released following a massive media blitz. On its first day on shop shelves, Spare become the UK’s fastest selling non-fiction book ever.
“We always knew this book would fly but it is exceeding even our most bullish expectations,” Transworld Penguin Random House Managing Director Larry Finlay said in a statement.
“As far as we know, the only books to have sold more in their first day are those starring the other Harry (Potter).”
To promote the book, Harry made appearances on four TV networks, delivering extensive interviews to Britain’s ITV, CBS’s 60 Minutes, ABC’s Good Morning America, with a fourth interview on Stephen Colbert’s late show where he downed tequila shots with the host and spoke extensively about his penis.
Harry also gave countless interviews to magazines and newspapers and the outlets are all claiming that Spare is a raw account that pulls no punches, and exposes the Royal Family.
But does it really?
Prince Harry’s book artfully dodges any of the real questions surrounding the royal family in favor of discussing woke politics, his family’s supposed racism towards his Hollywood wife, and breaking the soldier’s code by boasting about how many Taliban he killed in Afghanistan.
Harry skillfully airbrushes Prince Andrew’s pedophilia scandal out of history. According to Harry, Andrew’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, which dominated headlines around the world, does not even warrant a single sentence.