Mais, comme le montrait The Queen, on aura droit à une campagne médiatique pour faire accepter encore une fois à ce peuple burkien que leur dynastie de Hanovre-Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha serait vraiment le ciment de leur unité nationale par leur fragile humanité transcendée par le Corps mystique du Roi-Thaumaturge ("Harry" se métamorphosant en Henry V).
In a few months, the British royal family will be yet again rebranded and relaunched in the panoply of a wedding. Terms like "national unity" and "people's monarchy" will be freely flung around. Almost the entire moral capital of this rather odd little German dynasty is invested in the post-fabricated myth of its participation in "Britain's finest hour." In fact, had it been up to them, the finest hour would never have taken place.
The best research has failed to show that people who stutter, as a group, are more neurotic or have more psychological disorders than those who do not stutter. We do not think that children begin stuttering because of any serious emotional difficulties.
What, then, causes stuttering? The only honest answer is that nobody really knows. Various brain scanning studies have identified a few interesting correlations, such as abnormal circuitry in the basal ganglia. (Damage to the basal ganglia can also trigger sudden adult onset stuttering.) Interestingly, stutterers seem to show increased activity in areas of the brain devoted to speech movements, such as the primary motor cortex. It’s as if the stammer is triggered by an excess of planning, much like the yips in golf. What’s important to note is that these differences aren’t triggered by deep-seated emotional problems. Instead, they are mostly mechanical defects, rooted in the machinery of translating our thoughts into a set of complex bodily movements.