Preach, Sister Laura!
The Princess is here, y'all! Holla! Poor Mary. No one cares! If only Hilary Mantel would let loose on the Danish Kate Middleton here at a UN International Conference on Global Economy as a guest of Development Cooperation Minister Christian Friis-Bach who made the welcoming speech. Mr. Friis-Bach has beenYrma La Douche just loves poor brown skinned people and wants to be their saviour. But little Mary Boganson was just a show pony here, and not a very good one. She learned nothing from Davos because a bogan narcissist cannot see other people to learn from and imitate. She showed up here in her "power suit" that was ruined by her showy plastic purple bag and inability to do much more than smile and look uncomfortable in the wake of no one being impressed with her.
No speaking engagement, no participation in a panel discussion, no Q&A time. With as many visits to Africa as she's made, this just proves that those have been visits that have mostly had a touristic or photographic advantage for Mary, throwing in some meetings with the locals to semi-justify the Mary Fund picking up the tab. She is nothing but an awkward presence with an uncanny ability to focus on not much more than the cameras recording the event. Just look at Mary below with poor Anthony Lake: she gives him her best overbearing grin and he can't even look her in the eye and turns awkwardly away, refusing to engage in conversation. That's our Mary! Alienating friends and making enemies all in the service of crown and country. Anthony is the Executive Director of UNICEF and is probably wondering what has become of that darling Princess Alexandra with the delightfully accented English and the UNICEF patronage. Those Schackenborg princesses so effortlessly have for the past 10 years made MoreMore look like less and lesser!
Yrma: "Party can start, I'm here! I've really made your day, haven't I?"
Yrma: "I can't wait to walk in and have everyone gasp with delight when they see me."
Yrma: "Christian, why aren't they gasping with delight? I'm giving this camera my best smile!"
Yrma: "Sooo nice for you to meet me, I'm sure. Thank God you speak English."
Yrma: "I don't know if you heard, but I'm the Crown Princess of this funny place."
Friis-Bach: "Mr. Lake, please accept my apologies for this thing here on my right."
Yrma: "I think that went really well! I kinda caught him in my web of charm, don't you think?"
Yrma: "Um, like, um, more people are coming to admire me, right?"
At the end, out of place and feeling awkward. Ex Chilean President Michelle Bachelet reconsiders her participation.