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Criticism takes no form. It does not matter if you are green, purple or orange. Welcome back to another edition of Babes Against Bullshit. I’m writing this because of something that came up yesterday regarding a journalist named Nylah Burton, who writes ardently about Meghan Markle. I’m not saying you can not do what you want, but what Mrs Burton has done deserves to be called out.

Before I continue, I will address why this post is not linked to the Chronicles of Harkle. The topic of this post does not focus on Harry and Meghan’s offenses. Nor is it in the Life and Times of a Blogger category, as it is not one hundred percent journalism focused either.

The art of criticism is all around us. For decades, people have criticized film, television and theater. So what is so different about human behavior? Well, it seems to me that there is a lot. While a show or a movie can not strike back, a person of flesh and blood can. So if, for example, you criticize what a person is wearing, they will bite back.

Criticism does not care what you look like

A major issue that has emerged since the advent of the Black Lives Movement is racism. I’ve talked about it several times about Meghan’s need to use his biracial legacy as a weapon to excuse his behavior. The same seems to apply to Nylah Burton and everyone else who uses the color of their skin to get an “escape from criticism” passport.

Now I have a wealth of love for the black societies of the world. I love Morgan Freeman, Whoopi Goldberg and Idris Elba, to name a few.

Addressing someone’s words is not related to their race. An example of a race being used to escape criticism is Christopher Bouzy, the Bot Sentinel guy. He has used his ethnicity as an African American to get away with calling people racists and to “target his family”. My friend Sue Smith on YouTube made a video called It’s So “Bouzy” in which she reviews a wealth of information, including his daughter calling him a horrible parent.

Meghan, Bouzy and Burton are part of a special group known as the Woke Justice Warriors. These people believe that their racial identity allows them to get out of being held accountable. There are a bunch of ethnic people like Nana Akua, Candace Owens and John Barnes, who are all black and do not believe a word out of the mouths of Meghan Markles and Prince Harry.

Nana has openly criticized Sussexes in the air during GB News. Meanwhile, John Barnes tore the accusations that someone was questioning Archie’s skin tone apart, saying it’s a normal conversation to have for mixed couples.

One person is not as important as another

No matter what your skin color is, you are not more important than anyone else. Being black or white or olive skin does not entitle you to criticize someone else because of their views. When she reviews the situation with Nylah Burton, she thinks that because she is a black woman, she can get away with her comments. If it was a white woman who said the same thing, they would be criticized too.

But Nylah was wrong when the media took it up? Why? Well, she’s one of the “most important” on Twitter because she has a blue tick. Getting people like Dan Wootton and Piers Morgan to talk about it highlights the problem. Yes, they are white men with strong opinions, but they are not mistaken.

For anyone who comes to the blog first now, I am a white woman who respects every culture and ethnicity. This is how I was raised. Everyone is of value and it should matter no matter how you look. Using your race to get people to bow to your will makes you as bad as any dictator.

Criticism is what makes us improve. Make us better people. If you’ve done dirty things in the past and people call you that, make a change and be better. Do not go around criticizing everyone you think made you do what you did.

Wishing someone to die instead of someone else makes you a terrible human being

In case Nylah Burton wants the queen to die instead of Betty White, she makes her unable to care about others. What if it was her grandmother or another elderly relative that someone said they would have died? So what if the queen is white? Betty White was white too. What is the difference? Her Majesty has lived all her life to serve. Like Betty White did.

What I do not understand is how a person who is meant to worry about other people’s mental health can say such a cruel thing. Just because it does not affect you personally does not mean that it does not affect others.

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