Friday, 21 February 2014


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.
With an interest in child-abuse it was only natural that I would follow the issue as a matter of duty.
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.
Two books have found themselves into my hands, Elizabeth & Philip: The Untold Story by Charles Higham and Roy Moseley and Diana: Death of a Goddess by David Cohen.
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!”
It means 'Congratulations.'
The doctors were a little surprised. It could have been a slip of the tongue but according to psychologists who argue there is some merit in Freud, Jung and other psychodynamic approaches, there are no meaningless slips of the tongue.
As the author David Cohen makes clear near the end of the chapter, “I have searched the archives to see if Prince Charles ever said anything about the death of Diana, the woman he had two children by. I have not found any such statement.
This makes the only confirmed public statement Prince Charles has made about his ex-wive's death is “Congratulations.”
This is fact is indisputable.
Lets go back to David Cohen's book for an interesting fact I never knew-
The most useful text that will help clarify is perhaps Freud's Psychopathology of Everyday Life, Freud argued that under stress the unconscious breaks through and that the mind uses many ploys to let the truth get out. Freud wrote a great deal about gallows humour and how some jokes allow us to express taboos and forbidden hostility. Having cried as he saw Diana dead, Charles was in a volatile emotional state. He was not thinking consciously but he was feeling and his feelings came out in the true, but utterly inappropriate words he used. The doctors had made his most secret wish come true, so he congratulated them. He would be free now, really free, to love the woman he had always loved. This analysis does not suggest Charles wanted or planned the death of Diana but he was torn. Yes, he was in tears and, yes, her death was tragic and, yes, he had something to thank the doctors for.
Who ordered the embalming of Diana? 
Now for another equally interesting fact about Diana, a request came from the Sir Michael Jay the British ambassador to the French authorities to embalm Diana without delay. As the Foreign Office refuses to comment, the inference is that the order came from the Queen herself.
Once Diana was embalmed no one could claim she had been pregnant.
Did you know that the first whiff of conspiracy first came from the Arab press.
On its front page the Arab paper Al Usbue asked 'Did the British secret service kill Diana?” adding the secret services decided 'to get rid of her and her friend far from England so as not to attract suspicion.'
Even Saddam Hussein's son, Uday had this to say, “Diana was liquidated by the British secret service because she departed from the norms and dabbled in politics, although she is from a family which is supposed to reign but not govern.”
And guess who said this about Diana's death? “Diana's crash was arranged by British and French secret service agents to make sure that a member of the Royal Family did not marry an Arab.” Libya's Colonel Gaddafi.
Reign but not Govern.
If anyone still believes that the Queen reigns and doesn't govern, then they are sorely misinformed. No doubt they watch the main stream news and read the main stream newspapers.
This is High Treason.
As Bill Maloney likes to remind us, “it was up to 1998 that the only law in this country, not killing children, raping children, torturing children, no death penalty for that, but in 1998 we still had the death penalty in this country for treason.”
One of the last people to be put to death for treason was William Joyce aka Lord Haw Haw who broadcasted German propaganda, with the catch phase “Germany calling, Germany calling, Germany calling.”
Although listening to his broadcasts was officially discouraged (but not illegal), many Britons did tune in. At the height of his influence, in 1940 William Joyce had an estimated six million regular and 18 million occasional listeners in the United Kingdom.
He was executed on 3 January 1946 at Wandsworth Prison, aged 39.
He went to his death unrepentant and defiant. His last words in life were-
“In death as in life, I defy the Jews who caused this last war, and I defy the power of darkness which they represent. I warn the British people against the crushing imperialism of the Soviet Union. May Britain be great once again and in the hour of the greatest danger in the West may the standard be raised from the dust, crowned with the words– "You have conquered nevertheless". I am proud to die for my ideals and I am sorry for the sons of Britain who have died without knowing why.”
The Queen is Guilty of High Treason.
Anis Mansour, a veteran Egyptian journalist, said, “British intelligence assassinated her to save the throne.”
Remember that the Queen was forced kicking and screaming to face the nation, to fake her compassion and grief over Diana's death.
Its time the Queen goes to jail for High Treason. 

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