Our new Goodreads group aimed at those who seek global change, international peace and an end to poverty and discrimination goes from strength to strength with membership already topping 150.
Princess Diana & Dodi Al Fayed feature in popular discussion thread.
Popular discussion threads include Mysterious Deaths, The US Military’s Proposal to Kill Americans, MK-Ultra, Manchurian Candidates in Popular Culture, Obama & the Bush/Clinton Clans, JFK vs. the Fed, Genius Techniques of the Elite, The Multi-trillion dollar WW2 Cover-up, Weather Modification & HAARP, The Queen’s Invisible Riches, Media Manipulation and more.
Our group, ‘The Orphan Conspiracies’, is named after our non-fiction book of the same name. However, you don’t have to have read the book to join the group. All you need is an enquiring mind, an interest in the world we live in and a desire to learn or uncover the truth.
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The discussion thread ‘Mysterious Deaths’ is one of the group’s most popular to date – in particular the thread on Princess Diana. Here’s some excerpts from that thread. (Names other than group moderators redacted):
James – Aug. 16, 2014
Regarding political assassinations – could the long list of victims even include the mother of an heir to the British Royal throne?
In 1997, in a dark tunnel in Paris, France, Princess Diana along with her partner Dodi Fayed were killed in a horrific car crash. Numerous inquiries and investigations all determined the crash was an accident and not a murder, but conspiracy theories stick to Diana’s death as much as they do to JFK’s assassination.
And much like JFK’s death, alternative theories are not just believed by conspiracy theorists or those on the fringes of society. In fact, various polls conducted by the likes of the BBC, CNN and CBS have consistently shown that a quarter to one third of Britons and Americans believe the princess’s death was no accident.
Dodi Fayed’s father, Egyptian business magnate Mohamed Al Fayed, also believes Diana, as well as his son, were murdered in that tunnel in Paris.
In an article in The Guardian dated February 19, 2008 and headlined Nazi Philip wanted Diana dead, Fayed tells inquest, the article begins, “Mohamed Al Fayed branded Prince Philip a “Nazi” and a “racist” in the high court today as he detailed his belief that his son Dodi and Diana, Princess of Wales, were “murdered” in a conspiracy initiated by the royal family and carried out with the involvement of Tony Blair, the security services and others”.
The Harrods store-owner informed the inquest Diana had told him she was pregnant and had agreed to marry his son, according to the same article.
Mohamed Al Fayed’s comments lend weight to what is probably the most widely believed conspiracy theory on Diana’s death: that the British royal family had Diana murdered to avoid a marriage between the mother of the future King of England and an Egyptian Muslim, not to mention the arrival of a Muslim-British Royal baby.
It was never confirmed if Diana was pregnant or not as, strangely, no autopsy was conducted.
As mentioned in the section in this group on The Queen, Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell stated the Queen had once warned him, “There are powers at work in this country of which we have no knowledge”. Burrell also told an inquest in 1998 that an unnamed British royal had once warned Diana, “You need to be discreet, even in your own home, because they are listening to you all of the time”.
Diana and butler Paul Burrell.
And then in 2003, Burrell published one of Diana’s letters in the Daily Mirror newspaper, revealing that she wrote, “This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous. Xxxxxxx (name redacted) is planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for Charles to marry.”
And those words proved to be eerily prophetic in terms of the way she died, if not the reasons why.
The Daily Mirror reported that Diana had actually named the person (Xxxxxxx) she believed was plotting against her, but that the newspaper decided not to publish the individual’s identity for fear of a lawsuit.
Piers Morgan, then editor of the Daily Mirror, said of Diana’s predictive letter, “I think everybody who thought it was accident will think to themselves, well hang on a second, could it be that these wild allegations have any substance?”
Also in the section of this group on The Queen we refer to rumored dirty businesses the House of Windsor engages in, such as the arms trade and landmine sales. The latter, in particular, has been a focal point for conspiracy theorists; the fact that Princess Diana fought tirelessly against landmines through her charitable work for the anti-landmine organization the Halo Trust put her at risk and may explain why she was murdered, according to these theories.
However, there’s no proof that the Windsors profit or profited from landmines or other criminal enterprises, so this conspiracy theory seems much more speculative than some others surrounding Diana’s death.
One of the other more out there conspiracy theories is that Osama bin Laden was responsible for killing Diana. This theory suggests the terrorist leader had gotten wind of the Princess’ pregnancy and upcoming marriage to Dodi and was concerned she’d be a bad influence on Muslim women.
There appear to be seemingly infinite plot holes in this particular theory. Plot holes such as how did Bin Laden know Diana was pregnant and why would he even care given he was reportedly so busy blowing up the West.
Besides these questions, the most important question relating to Bin Laden is: Was the terrorist leader still alive in 1997?
Hxxxxxx – Sept. 3, 2014
Keith Allen’s banned film Unlawful Killing is a great documentary about this subject. It can sometimes still be found lurking in the depths of the internet, for people who want to make up their own minds.
Lance – Sept. 4, 2014
“How many more political murders disguised as heart attacks, suicides, cancers, drug overdoses? How many plane and car crashes will occur before they are exposed for what they are?” –Monologue delivered by Kevin Costner and written by Oliver Stone in JFK (1991).
Hxxxxxx – Sept. 4, 2014
It was financed by Mohammed Al-Fayed (who, it’s worth noting, Keith Allen had no prior relationship to- he just needed funding for the project!) and Associated Rediffusion. It was shown at Cannes in 2011 when it was a work in progress.
Lawyers said it needed 87 cuts before being allowed to be shown in the U.K- the cuts required left the film without any backbone, and was therefore ‘banned’ in its current state.
It had a short-lived, non-publicised release in the U.S where it failed miserably. I don’t know about its current ‘banned’ status in the rest of the world, but interestingly Al Fayed became disinterested in trying to fight to get the film out, after his years of battling the establishment to get his views about Diana and Dodi out to the public.
James – Sept. 5, 2014
Here’s an excerpt from Unlawful Killing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKmaN…
Hxxxxxx – Sept. 6, 2014
For the more esoteric conspiracy believers, David Icke has some excellent facts and theories about Diana’s death in The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World
As well as the hardened facts about things like the driver not being drunk, he also makes a good case for her death being a ritual sacrifice.
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Everyone’s welcome! –Lance & James