HM’s Chatham House Bestows Awards on Black Lives Matter Movement and Green Fanatics
July 30, 2021 (EIRNS)—In celebration of its 100th year at the service of Her Royal Majesty, Chatham House—officially, the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), Patron Queen Elizabeth II— yesterday awarded three “Centenary Awards” to individuals and organizations who have “played a significant role in progressing the Chatham House mission,” their actions “redefining” how to achieve the global change its royal patrons seek.
The two individuals awarded are among the Monarchy’s favorite anti-human “green” propagandists. Greta Thunberg “won” the Chatham House Centenary Changemakers Award for “focusing the world’s attention on environmental injustices,” and Sir David Attenborough, the Chatham House Centenary Lifetime Award, for having “sounded the alarm on the devastating impact humanity has had on the environment.”
The organization singled out for an award is none other than Black Lives Matter, the Soros-funded movement deployed to hijack honest outrage against racism and rotten, unjust living conditions into a proto-terrorist strike force against the United States republic and people. BLM received the “Chatham House Centenary Diversity Champion Award” for its “momentous work,” and Melina Abdullah, co-director of Black Lives Matter Grassroots, accepted the British Monarchy’s award on behalf of the movement, Chatham House announced.
So much for Black Lives Matter’s “grass roots.”
Chatham House Director Dr. Robin Niblett waxed eloquent: “The vision and achievements of each of the winners echo Chatham House’s own goals for its second century and demonstrate a shared commitment to building a more sustainable and inclusive world.”