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★ Diana, Princess of Wales

Diana, Princess of Wales: see Royal Family & Monarchy & Press & Newspapers & Media & Charles & Conspiracy

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74,319.  Diana: Because emojis hadn’t been invented people had to cry with their faces.  (Great Britain & Diana)  Cunk on Britain s1e5, BBC 2018

 

 

79,801.  Diana predicted her death.  And she predicted it almost to the letter.  Michael Mansfield QC

 

 

31,962.  It’s no accident that the present Queen’s grandmother is a direct descendant of the sister of Count Dracul ... There’s a particular place in Belgium which is known as the Mother of Darkness Castle which is funnily located in the same area as that child murderer and Satanic ring was based that came to light ...  She told me and another such two have told me the same story ... Present in Britain at rituals at which Diana was being abused as part of these rituals in a mind-controlled state ... They mind-control the children of the aristocratic families ... Diana’s role was to be sacrificed in that place at that time ... Her other role was to add her genes to the Windsors’ ... What they needed was an infusion of human genes.  (Royal Family & Monarchy & Elizabeth II & Diana)  David Icke, author The Biggest Secret

 

 

69,980.  The Merovingians dug underground sacrificial chambers in Paris just outside the original Paris ... where they did their rituals to the goddess Diana ... The place is now called the Pont d’Alma tunnel.  Which is still an underground location.  Now the ancient myths of the goddess Diana were that she was a moon goddess.  Pont d'Alma actually translates as Passage or Bridge of the Moon Goddess.  Coincidence?  David Icke, interview Illuminati III

 

69,981.  Why was Diana held in that tunnel for so long when she is supposed to have had internal bleeding which needed repairing?  Why not get her to hospital immediately?  Why was she held in that tunnel for the best part of an hour and a half?  Why?  Because in the sick ritual – and that’s what it was – the ritual of her murder – she had to die in that place of ancient sacrifice to the goddess Diana.  And it’s when she died they then moved her out.  ibid.   

 

 

99,393.  Princess Di was murdered by the new world order because she was perceived as a threat.  Ian R Crane, Total Lockdown, Open Mind Conference 2015

 

 

32,020.  The young Princess Diana was thrown into the public spotlight totally unprepared for the demanding nature of the job.  (Elizabeth II & Royal Family & Diana)  H M Queen: A Remarkable Life

 

 

32,080.  August 30th 1997: and in France the arrival of one woman is about to trigger a fatal trail of events.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Diana)  Days that Shook the World: Coronation of Elizabeth II & Death of Diana

 

32,081.  Henri Paul is neither a bodyguard nor a chauffeur.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Diana)  ibid.

 

32,082.  ‘There was the smell of blood, fuel and burning.’  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Diana)  ibid.  Dr first on scene

 

32,083.  The Ritz security manager Henri Paul was three times over the legal alcohol limit.  (Elizabeth & Royal Family & Diana)  ibid.

 

 

62,309.  Diana receives over $30 million in her divorce settlement but is stripped of her royal title.  (1990s & Diana)  The 90s: The Decade That Connected Us: The Countdown s1e6

 

 

62,314.  The most unforgettable tragedy of the 1990s, the shocking and untimely death of ... Diana.  (1990s & Diana)  90s Greatest: Tragedies

 

 

64,010.  For secret assassination, either simple or chase, the contrived accident is the most effective technique.  When successfully executed, it causes little excitement and is only casually investigated.  (Assassination & Diana)  CIA Assassin’s Manual

 

 

64,011.  Vehicle ‘accidents’ are used as a way of assassination precisely because they are such a common cause of death.  It is easy for the authorities to claim that anyone crying foul play is simply a ‘conspiracy theorist’.  (Assassination & Diana)  David Shayler, former MI5 Agent

 

 

64,012.  One such ‘unnamed’ source - a former SAS sergeant – reveals that the ‘accident’ in which Diana died bore all the tell-tail signs of a known special forces assassination technique known as the ‘Boston brakes’.  Agreed, on first hearing, this sounds a bit James Bond – contrived.  But bear with it.  Because then you go on to read the testimony of former SAS officer and world famous explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, who confirms that the ‘Boston brakes’ is indeed a commonly employed assassination technique used by hired ‘hit squads’, and that it involves the use of a device which remotely controls the target-vehicle’s steering and brakes.  Fiennes goes on to say that this method has been used at least once in England, and in this regard describes in some detail the assassination of one Major Michael Marman, who was killed in a ‘car crash’ near Stonehenge in 1986.  There’s no doubt that the operation that killed Major Marman, as described by Fiennes, as well as by former Equerry to the Queen, Air Marshall Sir Peter Horsley, was chillingly identical to the series of events that killed Diana.  Once again I have to say that the way the authors are able to continually corroborate their evidence in this way, throughout the book, is very impressive.  (Assassination & Diana)  Stephen Reid, review of King & Beveridge, Princess Diana: The Hidden Evidence

 

 

69,958.  The penultimate of the surname of the Prophet will take Diana for his day and rest.  Nostradamus II-28

 

 

69,959.  Queen:  Could I have your autograph?  Spitting Image s1e5

 

 

103,784.  Well, Jeremy, I’ve studied these pictures of the Princess in her leotards very closely, very closely indeed.  Spitting Image s15e1, Michael Winner to Jeremy Paxman    

 

 

103,786.  We present Princess Diana and the Duchess of York in Absolutely Fatuous.  (Royal Family & Diana)  Spitting Image s15e2, ITV 1993  

 

 

103,823.  My name is Diana Windsor and I’m addicted to … public appearances.  Spitting Image s15e3, Diana to agony aunt

 

 

103,995.  [bears breasts]  Oops!  Ah no, can’t a girl have any privacy?  Go home.  There’s nothing to see.  Have you never seen a princess’s rude bits before?  Spitting Image s16e2, Diana to assembled press  

 

 

104,137.  I’m fed up with ordering the servants around.  If only I wasn’t married to a rich prince.  The Spitting Image Pantomime 1993, Diana as Cinderella  

 

 

69,960.  The inquest should be held as soon as practicable.  Coroners’ Act 1988

 

 

69,983.  Charlie’s Girl: You know I can’t say anything about the Prince or my feelings for him.  The Sun front page

 

 

69,984.  Charles: I Had an Affair: Prince confesses love for Camilla in TV documentary.  The Sun front page

 

 

69,985.  DI-NAMITE: I’d have taken back cheat Charles; He and Camilla deserve each other; I’m strong and I live for my boys.  The Sun front page

 

 

70,050.  Where is Our Queen?  Where is Her Flag?  The Sun headline

 

 

69,986.  We Love You, Di.  Daily Star front page

 

 

69,987.  Dina Love Tape: An admirer reveals his ardour for her; she accuses Queen Mother of staring; anguish about marriage to Charles.  Sunday Express front page

 

 

70,055.  Diana: Why Did Spies Visit the Morgue?  Daily Express headline

 

 

70,051.  They’re planning ‘an accident’ in my car so Charles can marry again: Diana letter sensation.  The Mirror headline

 

 

70,052.  Diana Letter: It Was Charles.  The Mirror headline 

 

 

70,053.  The People are Suffering: Speak to Us Ma’am.  The Mirror headline

 

 

70,054.  121 Miles Per Hour: 3 Times Drink Driver Limit.  The Mirror headline

 

 

69,988.  Camillagate: Read The Royal Love Tape In Full.  The People front page

 

 

69,961.  She was the People’s Princess.  Tony Blair

 

 

69,982.  It is announced from Buckingham Palace that with regret the Prince and Princess of Wales have decided to separate.  John Major, announcement to Parliament

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