Is the British nobility [sic] part black?

Maybe the darkies have something after all. Ken Craggs:

Here is a book entitled ‘Memoirs of the secret services of John Macky, Esq’, first published in 1733, which has many examples black nobility in Great Britain and other European countries. The book (p.36) states that Charles Lenos, is son to King Charles the Second and has a black complexion much like King Charles. On page 40 it states that, Charles, Duke of St Albans is son to King Charles and is of black complexion. Charles II died in 1685.

John Macky was apparently the first person to inform the British of James II’s intended invasion of England in 1692 after he fled from France to England.

Do have a look at that book – it only makes sense by seeing the repeated references to black.

3 comments for “Is the British nobility [sic] part black?

  1. Mona
    August 30, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    My feet are black and my eyes are a stunning blue. Is soap the clue?.

    • August 30, 2017 at 7:16 pm

      … unless you’ve been minstrelling, it’s the soap for you!

  2. Errol
    August 30, 2017 at 9:19 pm

    The Left are determined to re-write history. If we let them, our entire culture, our civilisation, everything will be eradicated.

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