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5 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

My opinion hes been dead a while.

 

 A friends daughter was one of his team of  nurses, they said to my mum he had been bedbound for a year and this was about mid 2019 they said it.

He has been barely alive for a long  time, hence the photoshopped pics and the queen knighting cpt Tom alone .

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I cant understand how many Brits still have such a servile attitude towards the royals. I've never understood it and never will.

 

I 've seen so many comments along the lines of 'everyone shook hands with Saville', 'Phillip didn't know' blah blah blah. What they seem to forget is that no one gets within a mile of a royal, particularly a senior royal without being fully vetted by secret services. For anyone to believe that Phillip (and Elizabeth) didn't know about Savile, Mountbatten, Rolf Harris, Andrews carry ons with Epstein etc is just plain ridiculous and laughable. Of course they knew and they still welcomed the likes of Savile in to the very heart of the family. Phillip asked Savile to mediate between Charles and Diana and Charles wanted Savile to be Prince Harrys godfather!

 

 

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5 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

1999 was a dark year also.

 

I feel you are on to something, the photo of him in the car a few weeks ago coming out of hospital I swear ive seen before with the minder in the front. Could be wrong but just saying as been niggling me. Sure is same photo of when he was drunk & ran that woman over.

My opinion hes been dead a while.

Good point, so they have just altered his death date, for the purpose of their satanic number crunching.

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13 minutes ago, Bee said:

I cant understand how many Brits still have such a servile attitude towards the royals. I've never understood it and never will.

 

I 've seen so many comments along the lines of 'everyone shook hands with Saville', 'Phillip didn't know' blah blah blah. What they seem to forget is that no one gets within a mile of a royal, particularly a senior royal without being fully vetted by special forces. For anyone to believe that Phillip (and Elizabeth) didn't know about Savile, Mountbatten, Rolf Harris, Andrews carry ons with Epstein etc is just plain ridiculous and laughable. Of course they knew and they still welcomed the likes of Savile in to the very heart of the family. Phillip asked Savile to mediate between Charles and Diana and Charles wanted Savile to be Harrys god father!

 

 

They all piss abuse and kill in the same pot together.

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20 hours ago, skitzorat said:

While speaking during an official trip to Canada in 1976, he groused: “We don’t come here for our health. We can think of other ways of enjoying ourselves.”

 

Speaking to a woman who had lost two sons in a fire about smoke alarms in 1998: “They’re a damn nuisance — I’ve got one in my bathroom and every time I run my bath the steam sets it off.”

 

On being asked if he would like to stroke a koala during a Royal tour of Australia in 1992 he shot back: “Oh no, I might catch some ghastly disease.”

 

Meeting 13-year-old Andrew Adams who told the Royal he wanted to go into space Philip told the lad: “You’re too fat to be an astronaut.”

 

During a 1969 interview on American TV discussing the Royal Family’s finances he infamously moaned: “We go into the red next year…I shall probably have to give up polo.”

 

When along with the Queen he visited the British Embassy in Berlin in 2002 he noted: “It’s a vast waste of space.”

 

When a photographer who was taking a group portrait to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain in 2015 took too long for Philip’s liking he snapped: “Just take the f–king picture!” 

 

In 2002 after visiting the Italian premier Giuliano Amato in 2002 he snapped when asked what kind of beverage he wanted. “I don’t care what kind it is,” he barked. “Just get me a beer.”

 

In 2003 upon meeting a schoolboy named George Barlow who had written a letter to the Queen he quipped: “Ah, you’re the one who wrote the letter. So you can write then. Ha, ha!”

 

Meeting Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in 2013, who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban after bravely campaigning for girls to be allowed to go to school he said to her: “[Children] go to school because their parents don’t want them in the house.” 

 

Speaking to a British student during a visit to China in 1986 Philip warned him: “If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes.”

 

Meeting the President of Nigeria, in 2003, who was clad in traditional robes he remarked: “You look like you’re ready for bed.”

 

In 1994 while visiting a group of businessman in the Cayman Islands he politely inquired: “Aren’t most of you descended from pirates?”

 

At a World Wildlife Fund meeting in 1986 he intoned: “If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.”

 

Speaking to a Scottish driving instructor in 1995 Philip asked: “How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to pass the test?”

 

Upon being shown art during a trip to Ethiopia in 1965 he remarked: “It looks like the kind of thing my daughter would bring back from her school art lessons.”

 

While chatting with fashion writer Serena French in 1993 he asked:  “You’re not wearing mink knickers, are you?”

 

In 2000 Philip spoke to a group of female politicians at a Buckingham Palace party whose name tags had “Ms” on them which prompted him to announce: “Ah, so this is feminist corner then.”

 

At a Jubilee event in 2012, he told 25-year-old council worker Hannah Jackson who was wearing a dress with a zipper in the front: “I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress.”

 

Meeting Scottish Tory leader Annabel Goldie in 2007 he asked: “That’s a nice tie… Do you have any knickers in that material?”

 

Describing his purportedly favourite child Princess Anne he said: “If it doesn’t fart or eat hay, she isn’t interested.”

 

Upon being told that Madonna was singing the “Die Another Day” theme in 2002 he asked: “Are we going to need ear plugs?”

 

“If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes,” he remarked to 21-year-old British student Simon Kerby during a visit to China in 1986.

 

“You can’t have been here that long, you haven’t got a pot belly,” said to a British tourist in Budapest , Hungary in 1993.

 

“You managed not to get eaten then?“ he asked a British backpacker who trekked through Papua New Guinea in 1998.

 

“Do you still throw spears at each other?” he asked Aboriginal leader William Brin at the Aboriginal Cultural Park in Queensland in 2002.

 

“A few years ago, everybody was saying we must have more leisure, everyone’s working too much. Now that everybody’s got more leisure time they are complaining they are unemployed,” he said during the recession in 1981.

 

“We go into the red next year… I shall probably have to give up polo,” he moaned about the Royal Family’s finances on US television in 1969.

 

“Deaf? If you’re near there, no wonder you are deaf,” he mused loudly to deaf children standing near a Caribbean steel drum band in 2000.

 

“Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?” he told a wheelchair-bound Susan Edwards with her guide dog Natalie in 2002.

 

“Do people trip over you?” he asked a wheelchair-bound nursing-home resident in 2002.

 

“How many people have you knocked over this morning on that thing?” he asked mobility scooter user David Miller, a trustee of the Valentine Mansion in Redbridge, in 2012.

 

“British women can’t cook,” he told the Scottish Women’s Institute in 1961.

 

“You are a woman, aren’t you?” he asked woman in Kenya in 1984.

 

“I don’t think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing,” he said confusingly in 1988 when discussing blood sports.

 

“I thought it was against the law these days for a woman to solicit,” he told a woman solicitor.

 

“Who do you sponge off?” he asked women at a community centre in Barking and Dagenham in 2015.

 

“Young people are the same as they always were. They are just as ignorant,” he said while celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme.

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“So who’s on drugs here?… HE looks as if he’s on drugs,” he said referring to a 14-year-old member of a Bangladeshi youth club in 2002.

 

“Holidays are curious things, aren’t they? You send children to school to get them out of your hair. Then they come back and make life difficult for parents. That is why holidays are set so they are just about the limit of your endurance,” he told schoolchildren in 2000.

 

“You were playing your instruments? Or do you have tape recorders under your seats?” he asked an Australian school orchestra in 2002.

 

“The problem with London is the tourists. They cause the congestion. If we could just stop the tourism, we could stop the congestion,” he said at the opening of City Hall in 2002.

 

“And what exotic part of the world do you come from?” he asked Tory politician Lord Taylor of Warwick in 1999. “Birmingham,” the MP replied.

 

Only a Scotsman can really survive a Scottish education,” he said when he was made Chancellor of Edinburgh University in November 1953.

 

“Well, that’s more than you know about anything else then,” he told Michael Buerk, after the BBC newsreader said he did know about the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Awards in 2004.

 

“What are you doing here?” he asked Simon Kelner, editor of The Independent, at Windsor Castle reception in 2002. “I was invited, sir.” Philip: “Well, you didn’t have to come.”

 

“Damn fool question!” he said derisively to BBC journalist Caroline Wyatt after she asked the Queen how she was enjoying her stay in Paris in 2006.

 

“Where are you from?” he asked the editor of the Sun, before replying: “Oh, no…one can’t tell from the outside.”

 

“You bloody silly fool!” he exclaimed to an elderly car park attendant who who didn’t recognise him at Cambridge University in 1997.

 

“Oh! You are the people ruining the rivers and the environment,” he told three young employees of a Scottish fish farm at Holyrood Palace in 1999.

 

“If you travel as much as we do you appreciate the improvements in aircraft design of less noise and more comfort. Provided you don’t travel in something called Economy Class, which sounds ghastly,” he said to the Aircraft Research Association in 2002.

 

“Are you all one family?” he asked of multi-ethnic dance troupe Diversity at the Royal Variety Performance in 2009.

 

“Is it a strip club?” he asked a female Sea Cadet who told him she worked in a nightclub.

 

“Why don’t you go and live in a hostel to save cash?” he asked a penniless student in 1998.

 

“The Philippines must be half empty, you’re all here running the NHS,” he said to a Filipino nurse at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital in February 2016.

 

“You’re just a silly little Whitehall twit: you don’t trust me and I don’t trust you,” he said to Sir Rennie Maudslay, Keeper of the Privy Purse, in the 1970s.

 

“There’s a lot of your family in tonight,” he told business chief Atul Patel during a 2009 Buckingham Palace reception for 400 influential British Indians.

 

“I wish he’d turn the microphone off!” he said of Elton John’s performance at the 73rd Royal Variety Show, 2001.

 

“Reichskanzler,” Hitler’s title, was used by the Prince to address German chancellor Helmut Kohl during a speech in Hanover in 1997.

 

“You look like you’re ready for bed!” he told the President of Nigeria who was dressed in traditional robes in 2003.

 

“If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?” he said talking about guns shortly after the Dunblane shootings in 1996.

 

“People usually say that after a fire it is water damage that is the worst. We are still drying out Windsor Castle,” he told survivors of the Lockerbie bombings in 1993.


“Any bloody fool can lay a wreath at the thingamy,” he said an interview with Jeremy Paxman in 2006.

 

“We didn’t have counsellors rushing around every time somebody let off a gun. You just got on with it!” he said of stress counselling for servicemen in 1995.

 

“Is that a terrorist?” after pointing out a bearded man while walking to Sandringham’s St

Mary Magdalene Church on New Year’s Eve in 2017. He reportedly made the comment when he spotted a tall man with a long ginger beard.

 

“If it has four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it,” he said to a World Wildlife Fund meeting in 1986.

 

“It’s not a very big one, but at least it’s dead and it took an awful lot of killing!” he said referring to a crocodile he shot in Gambia in 1957.

 

“Cats kill far more birds than men. Why don’t you have a slogan: ‘Kill a cat and save a bird?’” he told wildlife campaigners in 1965.

 

“Your country is one of the most notorious centres of trading in endangered species,” he said in Thailand where he was accepting a conservation reward.

 

“It’s a pleasure to be in a country that isn’t ruled by its people,” he said to the Paraguay dictator General Stroessner.

 

“[Smoke alarms are] a damn nuisance – I’ve got one in my bathroom and every time I run my bath the steam sets it off,” he said to a woman who lost two sons in a fire in 1998.

 

“I never see any home cooking – all I get is fancy stuff,” he complained about the standard of Buckingham Palace cuisine in 1962.

 

He didn't say these things as a type of Biden-gaffe.... he means them because he was an old cant.

 

 

My god, I never paid too much attention to PP but the stuff he said just shows how unaccomplished person he was. Possibly worse than BG. I guess he couldn't give a toss what he said knowing that he is protected, can say what he liked and nobody would have said anything about it. JS must have welcomed him into the world and probably chatting about the good old days now.

 

 

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13 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

Wow ... that is beyond coincidence , but not in itself Satanic .... (I've checked that is the 99th day ) 

Number 9 is the down "energy". A glyph of the limp flaccid penis and testicles , the exact opposite of 6 the erect penis and testicles , virile vigorous LIFE (Carbon) 

 

As in 9/11 .... down energy and the two towers ....  bringing the towers  down ....

 

9 is also the number of Fluorine At. No.9 ...  the most deadly of all elements , one whiff of this gas is death 

 

So 9is the right number for dying , life force is gone , you can't get it up ... 

 

 

 

 


Nope, not in itself. 
What is deceptive as I suggest the whole event is, is if they’ve waited symbolically to release this information on a specific date.

I’m of the same mind as @Morpheus and have been since hearing about this and like most likeminded individuals, the first thought that went through my mind like many others was his coming back as a virus to help with over population...

The Mind Games - They’re playing Mind Games and manipulating consciousness 

 

He could have died at any time essentially but for some symbolic reason (significant and of relevance to those behind this) this date pattern has been chosen and sometimes it can also be about inversion of the numbers, where all the 9’s become 6’s. Also, I’m referring to his physical body death and that these people have ways of their consciousness surviving on much longer within other bodies via technological manipulation for sure. That would be signified by 6 Carbon, or all the 6’s, which could be shown via all the inversions of 9 perhaps?
“Death and Resurrection” 

But I’m not say for sure this is what it’s completely signifying, it needs significant speculation?

 


It’s all duality games of symbolism, as in the 9/11 incident in itself was also very satanic for obvious reasons, of ushering in this period of destruction of “the traditional pillars of society”.
Entering the downward spiral of energy, of all society, apocalyptic and revelation etc

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Saint John Devouring the Book, from The Apocalypse 1497-1498

Albrecht Dürer - German

An “Angel” riding the storm you’ll see...

 

We’d have to try and identify what this is referring as it’s not by chance and if it’s not by chance, it’s been planned by these bunch of satanists.


So it could be signifying the death of an old limp goat 🐐 how symbolic 😁


You could, kill people with kindness? 🤔

🦠 🍩💉

Which of course is exactly what’s happening by the many gullible fools misled via fear and fascism into vaccinating themselves and their children, same with the ID Passports. The Passports actually cure you more than the vaccine, they say the vaccine doesn’t offer you protection from the virus, but if you have the passport ID you can go everywhere and do everything like normal as it must offer some added form of protection then. Right?


Not exactly this, this is the life extension side of using children’s blood - Often called “Adrenochrome” but I’m sure such is more like a daily well-being drug for most of these people and there’s more than one way to skin a cat if you’re actually on your deathbed. You’d have other options open to you...

But, that this consciousness also can be put within another body, a more youthful body retaining their, thoughts, memories etc in another skin.

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49 minutes ago, BridgeBuilder said:

 

My god, I never paid too much attention to PP but the stuff he said just shows how unaccomplished person he was. Possibly worse than BG. I guess he couldn't give a toss what he said knowing that he is protected, can say what he liked and nobody would have said anything about it. JS must have welcomed him into the world and probably chatting about the good old days now.

 

 

With respect that's a piss poor puff piece, where are all the really racist ones? 'slitty eyes' indeed!

 

I'l see what I can find.

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Didn't take long....

 

At 1986 WWF event: ‘If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.’

During a visit to Scotland in 1995: ‘How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?’

To school children in Cardiff in 2012: ‘You must have really good brains to speak Welsh.’

Referring to a fuse box during a 1999 factory visit: ‘It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.’

Talking to a British student in China in 1986: ‘If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed.’

Taking a gift from Kenyan woman in 1984: ‘You are a woman, aren't you?’

Speaking to a British man in Budapest in 1993: ‘You can't have been here that long - you haven't got a pot belly.’

Speaking to a wealthy Cayman Islander in 1994: "’Aren't most of you descended from pirates?’

Speaking to fellow visitors to Papua New Guinea in 1998:You managed not to get eaten, then?’

To an indigenous Australian business person, in 2002: ‘Do you still throw spears at each other?’

In France, 2002: ‘The French don't know how to cook breakfast.’

 

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20 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

Didn't take long....

 

At 1986 WWF event: ‘If it has got four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane, and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it.’

During a visit to Scotland in 1995: ‘How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?’

To school children in Cardiff in 2012: ‘You must have really good brains to speak Welsh.’

Referring to a fuse box during a 1999 factory visit: ‘It looks as if it was put in by an Indian.’

Talking to a British student in China in 1986: ‘If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed.’

Taking a gift from Kenyan woman in 1984: ‘You are a woman, aren't you?’

Speaking to a British man in Budapest in 1993: ‘You can't have been here that long - you haven't got a pot belly.’

Speaking to a wealthy Cayman Islander in 1994: "’Aren't most of you descended from pirates?’

Speaking to fellow visitors to Papua New Guinea in 1998:You managed not to get eaten, then?’

To an indigenous Australian business person, in 2002: ‘Do you still throw spears at each other?’

In France, 2002: ‘The French don't know how to cook breakfast.’

 


For our ‘COVID’ Communist Friends helping make the world a better place
Aka more communist
But he has done a lot good work for Freemasonry, so good, they kept it quite while he was alive 🤫😆
It’s not a secret society, but a society with secrets, backing and supporting every single war in the history of mankind 🙌🏻😇🙏🏻

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I've been following this guy for some time and have never seen him mentioned in this forum before, so this article of his seems a timely introduction. I don't always agree with everything that he writes, but he does offer some useful insights at times.

 

Jonathan Cook is a Nazareth- based journalist and winner of the Martha Gellhorn Special Prize for Journalism

 

The news media offers wall-to-wall propaganda every day. We only notice when a royal dies

A few lessons to be learn from the wall-to-wall coverage of Prince Philip’s death in the British media:

1. There is absolutely no commercial reason for the media to be dedicating so much time and space to the Prince’s death. ITV, which needs eyeballs on its programmes to generate income from advertising, saw a 60 per cent drop in viewing figures after it decided to broadcast endless forelock-tugging. Audiences presumably deserted to Netflix and Youtube, where the mood of mourning was not being enforced. Many viewers, particularly younger ones, have no interest in the fact that a very old man just died, even if he did have lots of titles.

https://twitter.com/medialens/status/1380772913025024006?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1380772913025024006|twgr^|twcon^s1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jonathan-cook.net%2Fblog%2F2021-04-10%2Fmedia-royal-death-propaganda%2Fhttps://twitter.com/medialens/status/1380772913025024006?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1380772913025024006|twgr^|twcon^s1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jonathan-cook.net%2Fblog%2F2021-04-10%2Fmedia-royal-death-propaganda%2F

Like ITV, the BBC simply ignored the wishes of its audiences, commandeering all of its many channels to manufacture and enforce the national mood of grief. That even went so far as placing banners on the CBBC channel for children encouraging them to forgo their cartoons and switch to the other channels paying endless, contrived tributes to Philip. The resulting outpouring of anger was so great, the BBC was forced to open a dedicated complaints form on its website, and then hurriedly had to remove it when the establishment threw a wobbly about viewers being given a chance to object to the BBC’s coverage.

 

2. The BBC is reported to have heavily invested in coverage of Philip’s death for fear that otherwise they would face a barrage of criticism from rightwing newspapers for showing a lack of patriotism and revealing a supposed “leftwing bias”. That was allegedly what happened when the BBC failed to sufficiently grovel to the royal family over the Queen Mother’s death in 2002. But if that is so, doesn’t it simply underscore quite how vulnerable the supposedly “neutral” state broadcaster is to pressure from the rightwing billionaire owners of the establishment media?

If Rupert Murdoch and company can force the BBC into alienating and antagonising its own viewers with endless homilies to a royal little loved by large sections of the population, how else is the BBC’s coverage being skewed by fear of the potential backlash from the corporate media’s tycoons? Is the fear of such repercussions also responsible for the BBC’s complicity in the recent, evidence-free smearing of a socialist Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, or the BBC’s consistent failures in reporting honestly on countries like Syria, Libya, Iraq and Venezuela – all of them in the oil-rich regions of the Middle East and Latin America that the United States and the west demand control over?

If the BBC makes its editorial decisions based on what rightwing and far-right newspaper tycoons think is good both for the country and the world, then how is the BBC not equally rightwing?

 

Full article: https://www.jonathan-cook.net/blog/2021-04-10/media-royal-death-propaganda/

 

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I haven't seen any mention of it thus far on this thread, but thought it worth dropping in: PP was fascinated by UFOs, apparently. I would cite some evidence but as it turns out the corporate media is awash with it so you can do it yourself - web search "Prince Philip UFOs" and you'll be spoiled for choice. 

 

I first heard this mentioned on a Coast 2 Coast interview with Timothy Good many many moons ago, but didn't give the claim much credence. Good claimed PP had a massive library of UFO books. 

 

In the grand scheme of things I guess it doesn't matter much whether he was into UFOs or not as he was still a rancid old bastard with despicable friends. 

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8 minutes ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

Awwww,  The newsreader looked like she was about to cry. 😢😂

 

 

 

 

I only saw this clip in Hugo Talks' video last night. Yes, it looked contrived to me too.

 

I find it bizarre that the BBC has been pumping out propaganda of late regarding 'white privilege', 'anti-racism' etc etc, yet can on a whim start fawning over - and expect its viewers/listeners to do the same - an 'actual' racist white person who is one of the most privileged people in this land.

 

The mind boggles...

 

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9 hours ago, oddsnsods said:

 

1999 was a dark year also.

 

I feel you are on to something, the photo of him in the car a few weeks ago coming out of hospital I swear ive seen before with the minder in the front. Could be wrong but just saying as been niggling me. Sure is same photo of when he was drunk & ran that woman over.

My opinion hes been dead a while.

You confirmed my suspicions

That photo of him sitting in the car....

That was the corpse sitting. They just fixed his eyes open

It was the face and eyes of a corpse

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7 hours ago, Bee said:

I cant understand how many Brits still have such a servile attitude towards the royals. I've never understood it and never will.

 

I 've seen so many comments along the lines of 'everyone shook hands with Saville', 'Phillip didn't know' blah blah blah. What they seem to forget is that no one gets within a mile of a royal, particularly a senior royal without being fully vetted by secret services. For anyone to believe that Phillip (and Elizabeth) didn't know about Savile, Mountbatten, Rolf Harris, Andrews carry ons with Epstein etc is just plain ridiculous and laughable. Of course they knew and they still welcomed the likes of Savile in to the very heart of the family. Phillip asked Savile to mediate between Charles and Diana and Charles wanted Savile to be Prince Harrys godfather!

 

 

 

I don't know if you were around in 1977 but if you had been, and you'd been in the UK, you would have seen the whole nation hanging up bunting, arranging street parties, and selling all manner of tat to commemorate the silver jubilee. It was mad I can tell you and perhaps the biggest display of patriotism seen here sine VE Day. 20 years later, it was a different story and when Diana was killed, there were just as many people on the streets but the mood had changed. Gone was the unthinking deference to the royals and the press were openly criticizing the Queen for being aloof and uncaring. On the whole, I think I prefer the 1977 version of public sentiment to the 1997 one. At least in 77, the pubs were open all hours and there was lots of good nosh to be had at the street parties. 1997 was collective navel gazing and grief for someone 99% of the population had never known.

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, Jikwan said:

You confirmed my suspicions

That photo of him sitting in the car....

That was the corpse sitting. They just fixed his eyes open

It was the face and eyes of a corpse

 

Dunno but he didnt look that much better a year earlier.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Freedom Lane55 said:

Can we know the proof ? 12 months ago  if Prince Philip had died I would have felt upset ,nostalgic and have a feeling that it mattered .i was a great supporter of the Royals for many years ,the Queen especially felt like a point of stability in the world . Now I longer feel this way , but not because i believe that they are all lizards who drink children's blood or anything like that .When the Queen came came out and urged people to get the vaccine that did it for me .Whether knowingly or out of ignorance she did this I dont know ,I do feel they are either part of the agenda or being coerced to be either way ,Im not convinced about the child sacrifice and adrenochrome claims .Also many people were taken in by Jimmy Savile ,Im sure not everyone who had their photo taken with him can be said to be in league with him . I dont feel sad about Prince Philip ,he had 99 years of a comfortable and privileged existence ,more than the majority of people ever  have .

Jimmy Savile literally ran around his bloody house.

 

No way in this world did the security around the Monarchy not know about Savile's activities. No way in this world would the Monarchy not be informed they had a child procuring paedophile corpse raping Satanist cooking bacon sandwiches up in their kitchen.

 

He was at home with the Royals.

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