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Today it seems that the royal family are being constantly watched by the entire world. No detail of their lives is too tiny to be fascinating; but nothing has excited a greater frenzy than the prospect of a new heir to the throne. Dr Lucy Worsley, Tales from the Royal Bedchamber, BBC 2013
This obsession that we’ve got with royal birth is nothing new. ibid.
The medieval royal bed chamber was hugely important. ibid.
Even royal bed furnishings were often infested with fleas. ibid.
If you have a Royal Family you have to make the best of whatever personalities the genetic lottery comes up with. Ben Pimlott, Independent 13th September 1997
The Prince’s [Charles] official job description as king will be ‘defender of the faith’, which currently means the state-financed absurdity of the Anglican Church, but he has more than once said publicly that he wants to be anointed as defender of all faiths – another indication of the amazing conceit he has developed in six decades of performing the only job allowed him by the hereditary principle: that of waiting for his mother to expire. Christopher Hitchens
This is what you get when you found a political system on the family values of Henry VIII. At a point in the not-too-remote future, the stout heart of Queen Elizabeth II will cease to beat. At that precise moment, her firstborn son will become head of state, head of the armed forces, and head of the Church of England. In strict constitutional terms, this ought not to matter much. The English monarchy, as has been said, reigns but does not rule. From the aesthetic point of view it will matter a bit, because the prospect of a morose bat-eared and chinless man, prematurely aged, and with the most abysmal taste in royal consorts, is a distinctly lowering one. Christopher Hitchens
I’d like to see a much more open Monarchy, myself. I used to think they were completely useless and we should get rid of them. I don’t necessarily feel that way any more. I’m still ambivalent. I still loathe the British class system, and the Royal family are the apex of the British class system. Helen Mirren
When you look at Prince Charles, don’t you think that someone in the royal family knew someone in the royal family? Robin Williams
Gangstas in tiaras. Keith Allen, Unlawful Killing, 2011
I don’t like the royal family. I don’t like the establishment. I don't like the civil service. Paul Weller
Monarchists frequently declare that without the royal family, Britain would be ‘nothing’. What a woeful lack of love for one’s country such statements express. Julie Burchill
There was no doubt that in the early and mid-eighties that many of us in broadsheet newspapers felt that we still had a responsibility to try to protect the royal family or if you like protect the monarchy from the assaults of the media. Max Hastings
We are the royal family and we love hospitals. Queen Mary
What royal families are very good at doing is surviving and reinventing themselves. That’s true whether it’s a constitutional monarchy in Britain or an authoritarian monarchy. Robert Lacey
Ten years ago now I was told very specifically that there had been an assassination attempt on Camilla Parker Bowles, and interestingly enough, that assassination attempt had taken the form of a road traffic accident. Camilla had survived a near-fatal car crash just about six weeks before Diana’s own car crash claimed her life ... That Diana’s death was the result of the failure to assassinate Camilla Parker Bowles. Jon King, interview Lady Die
The Templars and Masons have been led by senior royals since the beginning. The Masonic network provides the monarchy with an invisible worldwide cabal who have sworn allegiance to the monarchy and their Masonic demon god known as Yahbulon. Chris Everard
The father of the Duchess of Kent was an SS Officer. To be a member of Hitler’s SS, families had to be pure Aryan with their German ancestry clearly traceable to the Teutonic Knights of Medieval Germany. Like most of the British royal family, the Duchess of Kent is descended from German blood. Her German ancestors have throughout history been members of the Illuminati secret society network. The British royal family’s name is not Windsor: their real family name is actually Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Chris Everard, Illuminati I
There are people who believe that they have a God-given right to rule over others. They believe that their outward appearance is superior to all others. They harbour selfish ambitions to be rich and to have power over what they describe as common people. They lie, cheat, steal, strangle, stab and slash their way to power. They believe that their actual will-power, what the British occultist Aleister Crowley described as the will of Thelema, the Royal Will, must be obeyed ... Millions of people have been slaughtered at the behest of the royal lust for war. Chris Everard, Illuminati III
History tells us that the German impostors who occupy the British throne have consistently tortured, illegally imprisoned and even murdered, sometimes with their own hands, people who have criticised the monarchy throughout history. ibid.
As each decade dawned the most ruthless, cunning and murderous monarchs assassinated the regional kings and seized their property. Over history the most heartless, cruel, disgusting, dishonest and psychopathic royal family would triumph, eventually establishing a global empire where ordinary people are crippled with taxes demanded by a monarchy living on the other side of the planet. ibid.
They raised their children without love or compassion. Breeding each successive generation to be at the head of a military establishment who keep an angered peace by the use of fear, surveillance and war. ibid.
Today’s royal family is in power due to the bloody, horrible, murdering activities of their forefathers. ibid.
Pagan holidays such as the Equinox and Solstice play an important role in the royal calendar. In fact, the current heir to the British Throne – Prince William, the son of the murdered Princess Diana – was cut from Diana’s womb on the summer solstice, a date that has important occult significance. The reason given for the Caesarean surgical birth was that William was delivered timely so that Prince Charles would not have his royal engagements disrupted by the prince’s birth. ibid.
When a British monarch is crowned, an elaborate ceremony takes place which resembles the ritual crowning of King Solomon of ancient Israel. ibid.
Perhaps the most cruel and blood-thirsty homicides ever perpetrated in Britain were the so-called Jack the Ripper murders which occurred in East London during 1888. This was more than just murder. The so-called Jack the Ripper murders were ritual bloodbaths. The victims were slaughtered according to the oaths of loyalty sworn by members of the Masonic religion. ibid.
Diaries written by Inspector Abberline of Scotland Yard at the time of the Ripper murders have been held in safe keeping by Joseph Sickert, whose father [Walter[ was an artist who gave art lessons to Prince Albert Victor, the heir to the throne of the British Empire in the nineteenth century. Prince Albert Victor was known as Prince Eddy. ibid.
Prince Eddy was a regular visitor to the homosexual paedophile brothel in Cleveland Street, London. Aleister Crowley who claims to have been a member of the 1591 Studholme Masonic Lodge, and also a visitor to the Royal Alpha Lodge at Kensington Palace, was in possession of love letters between Price Eddy and a young boy at the brothel. This was a potential scandal for the heir to the throne. But the aristocracy supported the idea of paedophilia at the time ... In fact a much bigger scandal was soon to break when it was revealed that Prince Eddy had made a young girl called Annie Crook pregnant. Prince Eddy had secretly married her, even though he was forbidden to marry a Roman Catholic. ibid.