Moorish Kings of Europe: King Charles Stuart II – The Black Boy King of England 1630 – 1685 – by – Oguejiofo Annu

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Charles Stuart II the black boy
Merry King Charles Stuart II: The Black King of England – Oguejiofo Annu

The word Stuart comes from the old nordish root Svart which means black. Stuart is the same word as Swarthy, which means black in old English. [Others claim its root origin is Steward]. However that might be, this is not the crux of the story here. Our story is about the suppressed history of the Black and Brown Europeans including several kings that had once called Europe their original home.

There was once a Stuart line of Kings in England. The name of the founding ancestor was Stuart.

In this post, we feature the original painting of one of the Stuart Kings of England and Scotland, King Charles II, also lovingly known as the “black boy” of England by his subjects.

He is commemorated in the celebrated name of the Black Boy Inn, found all over the British Isle.

Like his ancestors before him, King Charles II was a black man. Many of his surviving paintings falsely depict him as a so-called white man in clear contradiction to the famous description of the jolly King.

However, in the picture posted immediately below, one can see one of the contemporary paintings of King Charles Stuart II, Merry Black Boy of England. This picture invites all to decide why King Charles Stuart II, would have been called the black boy.

Charles Stuart II the black boy

King Charles Stuart II 1630 – 1685

The eldest surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France, daughter of Henry IV of France, the future Charles II was born on 29th May, 1630, at St. James Palace, London, the second child of the marriage, he replaced an elder brother, Charles James, who had died shortly after birth.

It was said that when Charles was born in 1630 he was nicknamed the Black Boy by his mother, Queen Henrietta Maria, because of his dark and swarthy appearance

In 1646, following political crisis, his father Charles I was overthrown by Oliver Cromwell and beheaded. Charles II had to flee for his life through Scotland and on to France after making a weak and symbolic attempt at regaining the Stuart title. Fate and reality had soon dawned on him. He settled into a life of penury in France.

Upon the death of Oliver Cromwell, Charles was recalled back to England by Cromwell’s legatee and son who had no interest in ruling England. Charles was restored back to the throne and his coronation took place at the traditional venue of Westminster Abbey on 23rd April, 1661.

The Merry Monarch as he was later to become known, is famous for his many mistresses. Although he had numerous children by his mistresses, the Queen, to her great sadness, remained barren.

Charles popularity with the people was solid. Despite the ravages of last great outbreak of the Bubonic Plague struck London in 1665, which claimed thousands of lives; and the great fire of London 1666 which completely destroyed the city, he was highly favoured by the people.

He died without an official heir on 6 February, 1685 after a brief illness and was succeeded by his brother, King James II. He was the most beloved of all the Kings in the line of the Stuarts.

Black King of England

According to the annals of the english monarch:

Charles’ appearance was anything but English, with his sensuous curling mouth, dark complexion, black hair and dark brown eyes, he much resembled his Italian maternal grandmother, Marie de Medici’s side of the family. During his escape after the Battle of Worcester, he was referred to as ‘a tall, black man’ in parliamentary wanted posters.

One of the nick-names he acquired was the black boy His height, at six feet two inches, probably inherited from his Danish paternal grandmother, Anne of Denmark, also set him apart from his contemporaries in a time when the average Englishman was far smaller than today.

English Pubs

All English pubs named the Black boy are named after Charles II due to the swarthy and dark colour of his complexion.

Modern European painters try to hide the racial identity of this jolly King by depicting such fantasy as is posted below:

Whitened King Charles
Whitened King Charles

July 28, 2009
Black Boy Inn


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266 thoughts on “Moorish Kings of Europe: King Charles Stuart II – The Black Boy King of England 1630 – 1685 – by – Oguejiofo Annu”

  1. If anyone wnats to see a better quality version of the Charles II engraving above go to the royal collection dot org uk and type this


    Thats Latin and German and are the words in the round border around the picture. It’s Charles II
    and the artist is Friedlein,Johann.
    Use the close up and check out the wavy hair.
    But rastalivewire likes the bad quality version with no source listed better
    In Europe in medieval times before Charles II there were some but not many black people in Europe. So it’s not like today where somebody says somebody is black and then you think of Michael Jordan. Back then people of African descent were mostly off their radar of Europeans.
    So back in the day they would call a white Europeon who was looking like a Spanish Hispanic, who was slightly brown “black”. I’m talking people half as light as a paper bag and it doesn matter what they features was. They called these light carmel Europeans “black”
    You can go on google images. type in Charles II of England and see a whole lot of official paintings of Charles II and some of them even look swarthy like this little ass print from a book these niccas got hype about, fantasizing they was kings You can decide if Spanish looking hispanics that is half light mocha qualify as your homeboy.
    You can decide if Charles II, of the Stuart family that started the The Royal African Company that imported thousands of Africans to the Americans, maybe some of your ancestors, so they could lash backs until they bled and left scars, put us in chains like animals and sell us like products
    You can decide if that is your homeboy
    Niccas see these old paintings and drawings of these old Europeons and want to be them, swinging on royal nut sacks
    Meanwhile a Spanish dude walking down the street looking exactly the same in real life and they not getting excited about it
    And this site is Rastas ??? They African Resourses ??
    They got a biography up on the man and dont mention a damn thing about his role in the Black African Holocaust ???

    Next time rep truth you frauds

  2. I’m so sorry to inform the people who though they were first or better or chosen as the Creators remnant people. That your forefathers lied grossly and hide by all means the plain truth. The whole town including daughters and son would go out to see a dark skinned Hebrew man or woman get hung. And the have pictures showing how they enjoyed it. It’s sad because it clearly showed they were hiding something and it showed that they heard the truth which they knew themselves. Humans do not do that! Unless it’s a plan of power control and demonic deception behind a great cause.

  3. Lol man all the racist ppl here foolish yet entertaining. King James was black thats a fact jack! The King James bible version1611 has his pic front page u can find it at Oxford university. And not all black ppl descend from the tru Isrealites. Blacks had blacknwhite slaves. Whites had white slaves. Our ancestors done mixed bloodlines thousands ayrs anyway. I been praying for GOD to show me truth lately and stumbled on these things after studying conspiracies. But this is more personal than a color thing Its spiritual! I am part white and moms raised me Christian so this shook me to the core I started to doubt god. But I cannot discredit god or even jesus. Just the name and color. Im jus now wakin up but I hear theres a mass awakening godbless us all may the most high give us love understanding and bring truth to light

  4. I can truly say i find this article and the comments very entertaining. True as the article be. I was surprise that King James was a black man. Then there was an entire black family held the throne. i really had to laugh at some of the comments. Not every one is going to take it as truth but I being Hebrew and black for over twenty five years after i found my true identity that i attend a synagogue now.
    Yes it was the blacks that started the slave trade from tribal wars and there prisoners until it took another turn for the worse to the black tribes and the Hebrews did suffered a lot in this slave trade business. The Moors I know was in Ireland and Spain and they did a lot of building in those countries. So I can see where the Moors held the Royal Thrones as a people of color it makes a lot of sense. I am just happy to know and that after them there were also two more Black Queens that the new baby princess was named after one. Charlotte. Happy to see that the Truth is now coming to light and we are more knowledgeable now.

  5. Hi, all You should all check this documentary, long and very instructive and based on the Bible, an eye opener in summary the black people that were deported in enslavement to the Americas & West Indies were Hebrews, the real Jewish people those who are descendant of the House of David. It is important to all because we’ve been indoctrinated & taught in a certain way and most of it is false. All of us will have to re-write our world and through that process become our own masters. Enjoy!


    1. Charles ll created the Royal Africans company of England. He made his brother James Duke of York governor of the company. The company was so successful and set itself apart from others by branding the slaves with the letters D.Y. For Duke of York. ” Every brother is not your brother.

  7. I truly believe that the Stuarts did support slavery and the killing of the Native American as, slavery and the mass killings in America were during the King James Wars. Research the “The King James Period/1600s”.

    1. I agreed to your post. We are still doing the same thing today. We are helping them eliminate us for our greediness and ignorance.

    2. I was just thinking yesterday to research as to whether or not King James had slaves. Thanks for the information, I now have somewhere to start.

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