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hello everyone ,, 

 

I'm new here .. 

 

I just finally got around to reading The Biggest Secret after all these years .. and I am looking for some book recommendations - I want to do some serious reading on Princess Diana's death/murder , and, although obviously The Biggest Secret covers quite a bit, I want more .. does Icke have any more material on Diana? .. what exactly are the best books relating to her life/her death?  ...... and, obviously, of course, I want the truth - books in the vein of Icke's various works; authors not afraid and that do not hold back. 

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One of the  previous DI forums of the past held a wealth of  forum researched information  on the subject however not sure info  is still available?

Not sure on books relating to subject.

This documentary caused a certain amount of controversy at the time of its release done by keith allen  & supposedly funded by al fayed.

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, MR-E said:

done by keith allen  & supposedly funded by al fayed.


He of 'Comic Strip Presents' fame.
He flipped from really funny to deadly serious very well.
Great documentary which focuses on the inquiry into the death of Diana.
Al Fayed changed his mind about releasing the documentary, but it was already made...and it got released.
 

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6 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

How so ?
 

 

I'm just finishing off "Tavistock Institute Social Engineering the Masses" by Daniel Estulin.

It's a disturbing and enlightening read.

Celebrities were created as a soft-influencing agent. Which has now developed to the point of worship for some people.

Keef and Lilly are celebrities.

 

For me there was something very unnerving and disturbing in the book about their intended results in certain matters. They fucking got me - neutured, neutralised and lost in a sea of disinformation. I feel so angry, but determined to root all of their influences out if I can. Fuck everything I thought I liked, I want truth and beauty, simplicity and nature not stinking putrid culture.

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8 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

 

I'm just finishing off "Tavistock Institute Social Engineering the Masses" by Daniel Estulin.

It's a disturbing and enlightening read.

Celebrities were created as a soft-influencing agent. Which has now developed to the point of worship for some people.

Keef and Lilly are celebrities.

 

For me there was something very unnerving and disturbing in the book about their intended results in certain matters. They fucking got me - neutured, neutralised and lost in a sea of disinformation. I feel so angry, but determined to root all of their influences out if I can. Fuck everything I thought I liked, I want truth and beauty, simplicity and nature not stinking putrid culture.


l'd be interested in your overview once you've finished it.
l don't worship anyone, but did find Kieth and his chums very funny back in the day.
l was surprised he turned so serious, but realised he wasn't a stupid man. Good comedy comes from smart people.
And Lily, while l cringe at some of her public statements, do find some of her songs very funny and audacious too.

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16 hours ago, brandyeff88 said:

hello everyone ,, 

 

I'm new here .. 

 

I just finally got around to reading The Biggest Secret after all these years .. and I am looking for some book recommendations - I want to do some serious reading on Princess Diana's death/murder , and, although obviously The Biggest Secret covers quite a bit, I want more .. does Icke have any more material on Diana? .. what exactly are the best books relating to her life/her death?  ...... and, obviously, of course, I want the truth - books in the vein of Icke's various works; authors not afraid and that do not hold back. 

if you are not offended by the odd swear word, go here this is a bloody good start and has links to other articles you should read first good luck

http://chrisspivey.org/the-night-of-the-living-dead/

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Just now, Basket Case said:



He swears like a Sarf Lundun Trooper.
But he don't miss a trick.

yes bro he does balls of steel that guy, but in all honesty this is the best analysis and breakdown i have yet to come across.

he also points out the fake photos, photo shopping and the actors etc very long read but well executed very good starting point.

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3 minutes ago, karmaxxxx said:

yes bro he does balls of steel that guy, but in all honesty this is the best analysis and breakdown i have yet to come across.

he also points out the fake photos, photo shopping and the actors etc very long read but well executed very good starting point.


His eye for detail in uncanny.
His pieces are so detailed that they're hard to follow sometimes.
l have to read 2 or 3 times, often to take it all in.
He has the full clear picture / scenario in his head and he just runs with it.
He's had a real hard time with the Police and SS  😕

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