The Royal Slut, 20 Years After

Goodbye, slut.

Almost twenty years ago the Royal Slut, who had been giving scandal all summer – for the joy of the rubbish press – merely to show a very long finger to Queen and Country (particularly the former) died in an accident which was, in itself, the epitome of the arrogance of these people, thinking they can do without punishment what would cause me and you to go to jail very, very fast.

Make no mistake: during all the Summer of 1997 the woman had been treated by every sensible brain for what she was: a trollop slutting it around in wanton abandon of family, children, morality, conventions, and her role as still bearing the title (even after the divorce) of “Royal Highness”. The biggest Italian newspaper for women had made a famous reader survey, whose result famously was: she is a slut.

There you have it. From woman to woman. Pretty blinding obvious, too.

However, when she died something utterly knew to me happened: the sudden rise of a fishwives' religion.

Overnight, the woman became the object of what can only be called a cult; a cult feeding on the desire of what was already a large number of godless wordlings to feel good with themselves as the metre of what is right or wrong.

I realise now that this was the first phenomenon I witnessed of post-Christian mass hysteria, with an army of people without any moral compass instantly ditching obvious morality instances in order to make their own religion, for their own selfish enjoyment.

We saw the mass hysteria at work in other issues (global warming is a prime example), but I think the Royal Slut was the first of such astonishing magnitude. It was the horrible birth cry of a new generation of people, screaming their right to declare good what makes them feel good.

All this would have been impossible in former times. No generation before ours ever dared to proclaim the right to overlook moral instances formerly impossible to ignore. No generations before ours dared to excuse the slutting of the wife with the infidelities of the husband. Heck, you see Harry's photos and compare them with one of Diana's former lovers (I think it was the photographer, but it may have been the bedyguard?) and it gives you the creeps.

The tragic, highly illegal death of the Royal Slut was the first instance of a religion of self that has only been growing since. Twenty years later, many more Christians have died and many more “make me feel good with myself” cultists have started to vote.

Not good at all.

 

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Posted on August 24, 2017, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Jesus pointed out the evils of unfaithfulness in marriage, but unfortunately the Princess was raised in the Heresy of Protestantism which accepts divorce. As for ‘stoning’ women caught
    in the ‘solitary act ‘ of adultery , I am not quite as Jewish as “our elder brothers”.

    • Non sequitur.
      The female being raised Protestant does not justifies either adultery (first time only weeks after the marriage) nor scandal (slutting it out with the Arab guy).

      I am glad you are against stoning. I don’t like being overtaken on the conservative lane.

  2. This may seem obvious but Charles was equally reprehensible in his actions and probably even set a new standard!

    • Not entirely sure.
      The Kings of England have a long tradition of adultery, debauchery and outright lack of shame. One started a new religion to marry a woman without breasts.

      Charles is credited with a phrase that is, I think, more historically accurate: “I don’t want to be the first King of England without a mistress”. Edward VII certainly approved from the grave.

  3. Also, I doubt this was a valid marriage at all. Think about it. Charles rocks up and makes vows which he has no intention of keeping. Diana probably doesn’t either. He doesn’t mean a word of the vows he supposedly makest that very day. He has no intention of being joined to her as ‘wife’; he is already joined to another (Camilla), in so much as a person is joined to a prostitute if he gives himself to her (1 Corinthians 6:16). If a person lies as he makes his vow, is the vow valid? I can’t even establish intention of marriage in the Sacramental sense. Therefore they are both fornicators, most likely. The children are therefore not born of a licit marriage either.

    • This is in the same category as “Francis isn’t Pope”.
      They were married, therefore they were married. Their marriage was never annulled.
      You and I don’t get to change facts at our pleasure.

    • But do you think all marriages are valid? I do not think those in a registry office or same sex marriages or re-marriages after divorce are. The sins of formication and adultery are both evil. And both parties in this partnership are equally culpable here. And it still makes them sexually promiscuous and sinful, so in the end you are right, it probably doesn’t matter what we call it.

    • The two parties can never be equally culpable. Christianity has always condemned the adultery of the woman much more harshly than the adultery of the man, though both are clearly mortal sin.

      One of the many problems of modern societies is that, in their senseless pursuit of “equality”, they think they can treat women like men in everything.

      As Archbishop Sheen once said, of course there is a double morality. There are also two sexes.

    • The validity of the marriage is not something I, or you, can decide upon.
      All marriages are marriages as long as they are marriages.
      Really, no generation before ours would waste time with such questions.
      It is generation that wants to have everything its way which questions everything, from the validity of marriage to the validity of Popes to women being not able to marry other women.

  4. There is a reason we should never speak ill of the dead…you don’t know God’s judgement on that persons soul. Princess Diana might now be in Heaven or Purgatory. A Catholic priest gave her last rites before her death (http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1997-10-23/news/9710240298_1_catholic-priest-princess-diana-pitie-salpetriere-hospital), she may now be enjoying eternity with Our Lord. We simply don’t know and should not speak ill of her because we least we speak judgement on ourselves. JMO

    • Rubbish.
      If this were true we should never speak ill of Stalin or Hitler.
      People like you make sluttishness everyday fare, and those who criticise it are the bad guys.

  5. Wrong Mundabor. When we KNOW a Catholic priest has given Last Rites to a person, we should NEVER speak ill of them because we don’t know what occurred when Last Rites are given to a dying sinner. To my knowledge, Hitler nor Stalin had a Catholic priest give them last rites before their deaths.

    • Please.
      You are, I am sure, one of those who, when Francis dies, will refrain from saying anything negative of him, thus perpetuating his evil work.

      A public person in life exposes herself to public judgment in death. It is not only not bad, but positively good to use these peop,e as a cautionary tale.

      Just as an aside, the one with the last rites is nonsense. The woman was Anglican. I am as much of a priest as the man who allegedly gave her the last rites.

      But really, this is irrelevant. We condemn Pope Honorius in the strongest terms last rites or no last rites, end of discussion.

  6. Truth In Tradition

    The diocese of the priest who claims to have given last rights to Princess Diana denies that it occurred. By his ow admission the priest says she was already dead and he stayed only until an Anglican “clergyman” could arrive. That sort of negates the whole last rights controversy, doesn’t it. He did pray for her soul just as we do for any non Catholic.

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