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Will Sunny Hostin be paying reparations anytime in the near future?
It’s a good question. The co-host of “The View,” shortly after the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022, told viewers to “mourn the queen and not the empire.”
“If you really think about what the monarchy was built on, it was built on the backs of black and brown people,” Hostin said. “She wore a crown with pillaged stones from India and Africa. And now, what you are seeing, at least in the black communities that I’m a part of, they want reparations.”
She also had some advice for the new monarch: “Charles, now, is in a position, he, I think, has 14 colonies that he’s now head of state, including Australia and Canada, I believe, if I’m correct. It’s time for him to modernize this monarchy, and it’s time for him to provide reparations to all of those colonies.”
Now, never mind that Elizabeth reigned during the very time that the United Kingdom was divesting itself of its colonies and that, under King Charles, the only colonies that remain under U.K. rule do so of their own volition. If Anguilla or the Turks and Caicos Islands want to declare independence from Britain tomorrow, rest assured that Charles — as soon as his condition permits him, having been recently diagnosed with cancer — will be flying to the Caribbean to preside over the peaceful and merry transfer of power.
Instead, the sins of colonialism — that dastardly “white supremacy” liberals seem to find everywhere — must be visited upon the sons and daughters.
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