(HMS Renown, Barbados 1919 – click photo for large)
‘There are over 170,000 of them the white population is very small and they aren’t much to look at all too deadly dull and of course depressingly primitive.’
Local scenery ‘ugly’, ‘coloured population revolting’, Barbados a ‘bum place’
… Edward VIII, Prince of Wales, talks about Barbados and Bajans in letters to his friend’s wife in the Mail Online
Royal adulterer wrote to his mistress – who was someone else’s wife
It takes a special kind of man to be photographed with a friend – knowing that you are secretly banging his adulterous wife.
Apparently the spoiled royal brat Edward VIII was that kind of man.
Edward was also a vile racist, according to recently offered letters written by the then Prince of Wales on a goodwill tour to Barbados in 1920.
Concern for his fellow man? Empathy? Ha! When a man was lost at sea on the HMS Renown (history link), Edward wrote to his friend’s wife: “Of course one man’s death means nothing.”
The little shit later went on to abdicate his throne and duty to Britain and the Empire for another piece of quiff – American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
When I think of all the good he could have done in his life, or at least could have tried to do, and how self-centered his choices were – Edward VIII seems nothing but a pathetic excuse for a man.
Reading his letters, as a proud Bajan I can say that Edward VIII wasn’t fit to clean Bajan toilets, let alone be our monarch.
contributed by Passin thru