If you have to blacklist “we’re all human” and “can’t fight hate with hate” to protect your fragile little bubble of confirmation bias because it goes against your views then I suggest that it might be time to entertain the idea that your views may be more than slightly bigoted.
In the luxurious surroundings of St George’s Hall in Windsor Castle, the Queen made a solemn vow, a final, dramatic healing of tangled, troubled history of Ireland and the United Kingdom.
“My family and my government will stand alongside you, Mr President, and your ministers, throughout the anniversaries of the war and of the events that led to the creation of the Irish Free State.”
The comment is viewed as a clear signal the royal family will participate in commemorations of the 1916 Rising and the War of Independence.
There was utter silence, but it was an electric moment, another unforgettable declaration by the Queen, almost three years after she stood in Dublin Castle and opened her address with perfectly spoken words of Irish.