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On 4/9/2021 at 12:20 PM, Bee said:

I will save my sadness for all those who died alone in hospital or at home because relatives were prevented from being with them by the governments covid policies; for all those who have died waiting for cancer screening and treatment etc.

 

Phillip was a friend to peadophiles, bred peadophile sons, was a nasty racist and a man who despised the common folk. He was 99 and had a long, luxurious life lived off the back of other people's hard work and servitude. A vile parasite who certainly wont be missed by me that's for sure.

 

Can't disagree with that... a fair summation, apart from the fact that Andy is supposed to be Lord Caernarvon's..

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10 hours ago, Shake said:

The French...so you are the spokesperson of the whole country?

 

Are you a member of the 77th brigade? 

No, but Charlie Hebdo is, as was clear from the response to their earlier publications. The decision to destroy the monarchy was taken and supported by a large percentage of the population. 

I have no idea what or who the 77th Brigade is and I cannot be bothered to look it up. What I do know, is that when it comes to perfidy, the French are masters at it, as I know from personal experience. 

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52 minutes ago, no kidding said:

No, but Charlie Hebdo is, as was clear from the response to their earlier publications. The decision to destroy the monarchy was taken and supported by a large percentage of the population. 

I have no idea what or who the 77th Brigade is and I cannot be bothered to look it up. What I do know, is that when it comes to perfidy, the French are masters at it, as I know from personal experience. 

Nothing wrong with destroying the monarchy. What they actually do apart from raping, stealing and being the one of biggest benefits cheats in the land. 

 

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3 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

My apologies pete ... but your suggestion that serial adultery was the worst of Philips  crimes made me think you weren't aware of things like this ....

 

 "The aboriginal man who claimed to witness the abduction of ten fellow residential school children by the Queen of England and her husband in October, 1964 at the Catholic school in Kamloops, B.C. has died suddenly at the Catholic-run St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver.

William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England..."

Interesting, will keep an open mind on it. Phil was certainly deeply involved in the Profumo affair, one of the reasons that secrecy still surrounds it.

 

Don't know if you've read any books on the linked Hammersmith river murders, but one of the women victims had performed in a sex show at a Mayfair residence before aristos and wealthy businessmen.. with a bloke dressed in a gorilla outfit... Our betters!!

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10 hours ago, oz93666 said:

 

Who's going to pay for this .... Oh, the license fee paying public , and the staff get hours off work .. all paid of course ...

 

The BBC has too much money ! 

 

Why just the BBC staff ? ... Write to your MP we should all have grief counselling  

 

Philip was a relative unknown ...Makes you wonder what they have planned for when the Queen dies ... close down the nation for a week of mourning? ... this will all backfire and alienate people .

 

The BBC will suspend all of its programming, with BBC One’s coverage of the event being the only thing on air.

Should the Queen die during the night, her death will not be announced until 8am.

Her portrait will then be shown, along with the national anthem – as was the case in 1997 following Princess Diana’s.

While other channels are not required to interrupt their scheduling, it is almost certain they will.

All comedy programmes on the BBC will be suspended during the 12-day mourning period.

 

Just the start. Twelve days of their mourning.

 

www.bristolpost.co.uk

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30 minutes ago, Shake said:

 

The BBC will suspend all of its programming, with BBC One’s coverage of the event being the only thing on air.

Should the Queen die during the night, her death will not be announced until 8am.

Her portrait will then be shown, along with the national anthem – as was the case in 1997 following Princess Diana’s.

While other channels are not required to interrupt their scheduling, it is almost certain they will.

All comedy programmes on the BBC will be suspended during the 12-day mourning period.

 

Just the start. Twelve days of their mourning.

 

www.bristolpost.co.uk

 

I think the BBC  should show this as a beautiful  tribute, along  with the national anthem.

 

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‘His spirit lives on’: Vanuatu’s Tanna island mourns Prince Philip as its own.

 

Days after the news of Prince Philip’s death reverberated around the world, a young woman and her mother selling snacks in a marketplace on the Vanuatu island of Tanna heard it for the first time.

 

The death of Prince Philip has had a profound effect on the island of Tanna, in the tiny south Pacific nation of Vanuatu.

 

It’s a popular misconception that the kastom tribes of Tanna worship Prince Philip as a deity. They don’t. They revere him as one of their own. According to local belief, he was a man who was born on Tanna, and a great spirit inhabited his body.

 

According to lore, Philip left Tanna before the second world war to seek his fortune. He travelled to the UK where he met, wooed and wed the most powerful woman in the world.

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/apr/14/his-spirit-lives-on-vanuatus-tanna-island-mourns-prince-philip-as-its-own

 

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A formal mourning period was declared and many tribespeople gathered on 12 April in a ceremony to remember the Duke, where men took turns to speak and pay tribute to him. For the next few weeks, villagers will periodically meet to conduct rites for him, who they see as a "recycled descendant of a very powerful spirit or god that lives on one of their mountains". They will conduct ritualistic dance, hold a procession, and display memorabilia of the Duke, while the men will drink kava, a ceremonial drink made from the roots of the kava plant. The period of mourning will culminate with a "significant gathering" where a great deal of yams and kava plants will be on display. It is expected that numerous pigs will be killed for the ceremony. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Philip_Movement

 

 

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Queen's not bothered she back at work today.........🤔

 

The Queen, 94, returns to work by hosting retirement ceremony for her right-hand man at Windsor - just four days after Philip's death - as it's revealed Covid rules may force her to sit alone at his funeral

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10 minutes ago, alexa said:

Queen's not bothered she back at work today.........🤔

 

The Queen, 94, returns to work by hosting retirement ceremony for her right-hand man at Windsor - just four days after Philip's death - as it's revealed Covid rules may force her to sit alone at his funeral

DM

Probably becuase he's been dead weeks i reckon.

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3 hours ago, Athenry04 said:

Probably becuase he's been dead weeks i reckon.

Where do they keep his dead corpse?

At Windsor Castle?

Obviously Philips dead corpse is not in the state morgue 

 

So Windsor Castle must have a cool t try on then, to keep corpses??

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Just now, Anam Chara said:

Where do they keep his dead corpse?

At Windsor Castle?

Obviously Philips dead corpse is not in the state morgue 

 

So Windsor Castle must have a cool t try on then, to keep corpses??

Oops typo!!

Ment to read, obviously Windsor Castle must have a cool room, to preserve Philips corpse?

Was his dead COVID-19 related?

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1 minute ago, Anam Chara said:

Oops typo!!

Ment to read, obviously Windsor Castle must have a cool room, to preserve Philips corpse?

Was his dead COVID-19 related?

Princess Diana was apparently embalmed immediately after her “ accident “.

Strange that....

Are all royal corpse’s keep from view in Windsor Castle?

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On 4/12/2021 at 6:48 PM, Bee said:

You have read at least one David Icke book haven't you? You do know that David Icke has never been sued by any of the people, including the royals like Phillip, Elizabeth etc? I wonder why that is...........

 

Are you sure you are on the right forum?!

Im starting to think Im not -Obviously everyone has to think the same same way on here and not question the accepted truths ,isnt that what the majority of posters are accusing the "sheep " of doing ? I question everything that doesnt sound right to me ,and try to keep an open mind .I didnt come onto this forum to find that after rejecting one "agenda " Im expected to accept another without question .

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Phillip would have shedded all his skin, revealing his green lizard 

8 hours ago, alexa said:

Queen's not bothered she back at work today.........🤔

 

The Queen, 94, returns to work by hosting retirement ceremony for her right-hand man at Windsor - just four days after Philip's death - as it's revealed Covid rules may force her to sit alone at his funeral

DM

 

Back to her duties already and the corpse is barely cold. Stoic lady she is.  

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3 hours ago, greatdayforfreedom said:

Phillip would have shedded all his skin, revealing his green lizard 

 

Back to her duties already and the corpse is barely cold. Stoic lady she is.  

 

The rituals must go on.....

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So it seems all the online news outlets are still running their stories about Old Dead Phil, they're going to get all the mileage they can out of this one.

 

It's probably 'too soon', but I reckon give it a few weeks, at least until the funeral is out the way, then we'll start seeing people 'come forward' with their stories about what a vile horrible person Prince Philip was.

 

As with Jimmy Savile et al, once the corpse is cold and buried/burned, thats when people will start speaking up with their allegations, and that will trigger the next round of 'anti-Royal sentiment', which will finally kill off the credibility of the Royal Family, and pave the way towards the 'new world order' of government by technocracy, rather than democracy.

 

Any allegations made will be damaging, but it can be rest assured that no-one will actually end up being brought to justice, after all the dead can't defend themselves or begin revealing all and naming names in court.

 

"Oh this is all awful, we had no idea, but lessons will be learned so this can never happen again" and all that...

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I drove into a local village yesterday and whilst queueing at traffic lights I noticed a health and beauty place had a pic of the old cnut in the window. Well I was almost so physically sick at the sight of the 'Duke' staring back at me that I momentarily became one of these dimwits who had to wait an age in order to process the changing of the traffic light to green and ascertain the entire order of mechanics necessary to propel my vehicle forwards. The Duke effect lingered as I then proceeded to pull right out onto an oncoming motorist because the sun was in my eyes.

 

Im just glad he's dead.

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