Feb 20 2014
Below is the latest offering from my friend Matt Taylor, who asks the question: Did Sweaty Betty have Diana: Princess of Wales bumped orf?
Now, as some of you know, I have done extensive research into Diana’s death, going as far as reading the mind numbingly boring and overly repetitive Paget Report more than once.
I have even written over 50,000 words so far in an unfinished expose of Diana’s death and reading articles like Matt’s compels me to resume writing it… Which I fully intend to do sometime this year.
It is however, without a doubt that Diana was murdered in a ritual sacrifice and likewise the order to terminate Diana’s life came from the very, very top.
Whether Sweaty Betty conveyed that order or her husband the Duck did will probably never be known.
Indeed, the order may have come from neither as it is quite possible that Prince Bugger Lugs may have dished it out.
Never the less, there can be no doubt that all three of the Nonce Ponce Parasites were all in agreement that Diana had to go.
Moreover and quite tragic; I don’t doubt that Little Willie and Harry H Hewitt now know the truth.
They are after all, fully paid up members of Monsters Inc… Just sayin’.
DID THE QUEEN ORDER THE ASSASSINATION OF PRINCESS DIANA?
Be it paedophilia, lost kids, or Princess Diana’s assassination, it always comes back to the Queen.
As a Royal Military Policeman in 1996, I stood in front of the Queen’s picture and pledged the words, “I swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Her Heirs and Successors, and that I will, as in duty bound, honestly and faithfully defend Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, in Person, Crown and Dignity against all enemies, and will observe and obey all orders of Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, and of the generals and officers set over me.”
I left the army in 2001 after twitching my allegiance from the Queen to my mother and in the process broke a number of rules set out in the Army Act 1955.
Since leaving a career as a MP (Military Policeman), I’m now working towards earning another career as a MP (Member of Parliament.)
Since 1997, my political ambitions have been to eliminate war, poverty and child-abuse.
- I’d eliminate war with the SOS War Plan. (this link opens a youtube video)
- I’d eliminate poverty with the Bradbury Pound.
- I’d eliminate child-abuse by putting Bill Maloney in charge.
When Jimmy Saville died I was genuinely sad at the man’s passing. Jimmy fixed it for everyone, whilst I grew up and I came to love and respect the man as an outstanding member of society.
So you can imagine my shock and horror that even a hero whom I believed in, turned out to be an evil murdering demon from the darkest reaches of Hell. I was furious, and I’ve been furious ever since.
A good policeman should always investigate the facts without judgement of where it takes them.
It always comes back to the Queen. Take for example the assassination of Prince Diana.
Since my order for the arrest of the Queen and David Cameron went viral across the world a few weeks ago, I’ve been keeping an keen eye on the comings and goings of the Royal family.
Never one to disappoint.
I’ve been getting my updates on Royal news from the News Now website and since reading Chris Spivey’s article, Monsters Inc, (which you if you haven’t done so already, you really must read,) my view of the Queen has been changed forever.
My oath to the Queen is null and void.
Of-course having read Chris Spivey’s Monsters Inc article and the work of Kevin Annett, I realised straight away that the above oath is immediately annulled because the Crown on which I pledged allegiance, is a foreign criminal Nazi organisation, hence making the oath null and void.
Now here is something I found interesting while reading the Last rites and Freudian slips chapter of David Cohen’s book.
Remember the coldness of the Queen towards Diana’s death?
What most commentators found shocking was that Prince William and Prince Harry had to go to church on the same day and act as normal, as if they were in control of their feelings when their mother had just died.
Though in defence, Lady Angela, a loyal servant of the Queen Mother said, “They wanted to go to church. If you are a Christian and your mother has been killed, it is a comfort going to church.”
Never cry in public.
Then just as on his wedding day, Prince Charles said something bizarre under stress. Charles looked at french doctors who tried to save Diana’s life, Riou and Pavie and said “Felicitations!”