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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: August 19, 2013, 03:35:01 PM »
There are plenty of conspiracy theorists in Britain too, encouraged by the irresponsible nonsense that has been published in certain newspapers (notably the Daily Express).

The Coroner has now ruled out a murder-plot masterminded by the Duke of Edinburgh as one of the verdicts open to the jury, since neither Mr al Fayed's lawyers nor anyone else were able to offer any evidence at all to show that that might have been the case.

Lets wait and see, what the new police investigation brings up, not that I would have much faith in them, but I don't think newspapers fuel conspiracies usually evidence, is behind reasons why people have theories.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: August 18, 2013, 07:58:21 PM »
Dmitri - courtesy costs nothing, but tells everything.

Please continue discussing the Enquiry into the death of the late Diana, Princess of Wales (inquests have already been held into the deaths the two gentlemen with her on the night of the car crash).   It is Mohammed Fayed who is driving this 'Enquiry' forward - costing the nation millions of pounds.   At the very least WHEN it is proved beyond doubt that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was not involved in the death of his former daughter-in-law, Mohammed Fayed should be made pay ALL costs.   Including the salaries of the members of the jury who have had to write six months out of their lives.

tsaria
Great to see a slight possibility of the murderers being caught now, with the new revelation, by one of their own, of the brit secret service involvement, in the deaths maybe the sas will foot the bill this time for their crime

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The Russian Revolution / Re: No Stalin, no Hitler?
« on: July 03, 2009, 05:34:30 PM »
Hi  Colm,
Thank you for your reply!
Since we all weren't there!
I thought it might be fair to invite a Polish opinion and asked a friend to give us his take/opinion on
this, because all WE can do is assume - what they went through and or feel!
He strongly suggests to read this book http://www.sprawahonoru.com/SwiatoweWydania.htm
he says it explains the events to those who are interested in it!
Title
"A QUESTION OF HONOR"
By
LYNNE OLSON & STANLEY CLOUD 2003

Maybe somebody would be so kind and translate his comments,
since I can't read Polish!

Nie trzeba byc wykwalifikowanym historykiem zeby rozumiec sprawy takimi jakie sa na prawde . Tego co wielu ludzi dowiedzialo sie z zaklamanych ksiazek do historii lub komercyjnych programow TV nie mozna nazwac lekcja historii,ale wypadalo by posluchac ludzi ktorzy poniekad byli w to zaangazowani. Historie Polski i jej stosunki z Rosja rozumieja sami Polacy ( w tym Ja) i potrafia ocenic ja prawdziwie gdyz to nas polakow dotyczyla ta nie ciekawa historia. rosja nigdy nie wyzwolila Polski spod niemieckiej niewoli , to czynny opor min. polakow i globalnych rozmiarow wojna doprowadzila do upadku nazistowskich Niemiec. Rosja wykorzystala sutuacje w ktorej znalazla sie na w pol "zywa"   Polska i nie "pomogla " Polsce wyzwolic sie z pod okupacji niemieckiej ale, zagarnela Polske pod takim haslem na 60 lat wprowadzajac ustroj koministyczny z marionetkowym rzadem slurzacym Rosji. Zrobila tak tez z innymi panstwami  nazywanymi pozniej republikami. Tak wyglada prawda a nie telewizyjne lub ksiazkowe ukladanie histori . Jak wiemy :" historie pisza zwyciescy". Sprawa Angli to drugi temat jednak bardzo spojny, odwoluje wszystkich to lektury  http://www.sprawahonoru.com/  opisujaca historie polski i polskich pilotow bioracych udzial w bitwie o Anglie. Ksiazka napisana zostala przez dwoch amerykanskich pisarzy. Orginal dostepny w jezyku angielski. Kawal dobrej prawdziwej histori.

  
I eventually got around to having this translated, well at least the important points,included  in the post, it says history is written by the winners,, it also mentions that Russia ruled Poland for 60 years, through puppet governments and communism,post WW2, it also mentions the brave Polish fighter pilots of the R.A.F.
It goes off topic, what has that got to do with the thread, discussion on, no Stalin no Hitler,  a direct contradiction of what made them both merge, the answer is imperialism,
and royalty.
  

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: April 02, 2008, 06:30:51 PM »
Adagietto  most of these killings are carried out in far away fields like Iraq, Afghanistan, and Africa, oh also here, and in France aswell, so i doubt if it is one of their fires that was burning over the hill today, they usually light them, or get them lit, on foreign shores.
And why would i need to go to the U.K? to cheer you up Norbert, when i can simply do it from here,
it is your ignorance that i find mad, my beliefs might be a minority over there, but it is a diferent story in many other places, it is simple that this crash was not the result of a drunk driver, to turn a blind eye to this fact is crazy, there is just too many cover ups's and circumstancial evidence which make it look like a big huge plot, sorry again thats my oppinion,

The man who was convicted of Jill Dando's murder went to prison on far less evidence, when even the dogs on the street know it was the Serbs who done it, for a reprisal over the British bombing of the national t.v station. get real and stop this selective thinking, it does no country any good.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: April 02, 2008, 10:43:59 AM »
M16 and the royal members involved in this crash have tried to throw many different things in the way to cause confusion of the facts.
Diana was pregnant according to the radiologist.

Dodi had bought an engagement ring for Diana.
The royal family did not want Al fayad to have any influence over Harry or William, and this had to be stopped at all costs by the establishment.
Henri paul was not drunk.
the Fiat car and a motorbike forced the merc into the pillar to injure or kill the occupants of the car.
I am sure that if the mercs route was not forced through the tunnell by unknown people, and if they had not been chased and had not been hit by the fiat, then this would not have happened, the fiat driver was shot and set on fire in a follow up, he had been following the couple around a good bit before the crash. you people should just accept these facts, the British establishment kill, shoots and sets people on fire on a daily basis, just because the people in his case were in the public eye, does not make it unusual.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 29, 2008, 05:08:01 PM »
I find it very hard to believe that any person would set a car on fire, while in it, and then shoot themselves in the head, more or less at the same time, it was a very unusual suicide indeed.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 29, 2008, 02:28:48 PM »
The fiat driver was found dead in suspicous circumstances, his name was Mr Andeson a photographer, i believe the inquiry is trying to prove his presence in the tunnel on the night of the crash, but it apppears that others got to him first, by setting his new car alight with him in it, and prevented justice, in the process.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 24, 2008, 06:02:14 PM »
If her ironic, but true prediction that she felt in danger, was not important,
why was this letter not submitted, to the French judge, and for years later by the two commisioners.

Hopefully the jury will give closure, with the right verdict.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 24, 2008, 05:42:54 PM »
O.K my apologies if i have offended, with my strong over the top post,

Well you have. Think before you post such stupid statements next time please. Utterly ridiculous things to say.
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I was only apologising about the K.K.K and how the Royal family has policies that are similar, when it coms to race, religion and relationships, some things are better left unspoken, my apologies again

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 22, 2008, 07:00:59 AM »
O.K my apologies if i have offended, with my strong over the top post, i just believe that there could me more to al Fayads claims than posters are accepting, there is clear motives here and Diana's letter of worry is a major piece of evidence, ordinary people in this situation would have been accused of soliciting and would have the police asking questions.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 21, 2008, 07:52:01 PM »
.... the Queen and the Duke should be ordered to give evidence, and Burrell should be charged with perjury...

 
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The Queen cannot be "ordered" to do anything as all such proceedings are done in Her Majesty's name. 

You are  of course entitled to your opinions, whether they border on the obsessive or not.  I just hope you haven't devoted the entire walls of a room in your home to photos and newspaper clippings about Diana.
Just because i am not easily fooled, does not support your claim that my oppinions border on obsession, i happen to see British foreign from a total different angle than most of the posters here, as a Republican Socialist i would  not favour royalty, and i would not go as far as putting paper clippings on the wall, of Diana, but i would have respect for her personal rebellion, and good work she was attempting to achieve, maybe this statement was an attempt, to provoke another post from me, well it worked, i simply hate injustice, and the royalty does not have a good track record down through the centuries 
they clearly hate the AlFayads and catholic people, muslims, coloureds and everybody who are not white anglo saxon protestant, in fact they behave like the K.K.K and now i am told they cannot be compelled to a court of law to give orlal evidence, this is bordering on dictatorship.
i won't go into detail on the motives that are there, just one maybe, would the duke, or anybody connected to this establishment have wanted Alfayad, to have any influence over William or Harry? there is a huge list of motives. and it is simply manufactured denial, if this fact can not be recognised to say the least. :o :o :o :o :o :o  :o and still i remain  :-\

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 21, 2008, 01:10:41 PM »
Yes Grace, i have been following the inquiry, there is quite clearly a lot of evidence, while it is all circumstancial, this in itself should be enough for criminal charges to be brought, upon those who threatened and conspired against Diana, there is no doubt that she had a lot of enemies from within her inlaws and for anyone to deny this fact is nothing but ignorant, or just plain right in denial, of what could be the truth.
the inquiry is being watered down in many ways, and this should not be allowed, the Queen and the Duke should be ordered to give evidence, and Burrell should be charged with perjury, and these inteligence agents from Britain and America, should not hide behind screens. when it comes to the taking of innocent lives.
at the moment i would say i feel 80% towards this being murder on 3 counts, i'm sorry if people don't respect my right to carry this oppinion.
we are free to believe how we choose, in this case there seems to be many with something to hide, we should ask ourselves why would they?

 
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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: March 20, 2008, 03:24:59 PM »
It  seems that there are many definate motives for a murder plot, in this case, and it would not take a rocket scientist to uncover them, at the very least the heads of the Royal family  could have called the paparazzi off, and could have made them respect Diana's privacy with a simple few phone calls, it would appear that this media circus was a good smoke screen to make the killing a success, and conspiracy is not an invention it a science, that is backed up by evidence.

A nice big statue of the late Princess Diana should now be placed in the centre of London, for everybody to remember all her ideas, to improve life for humankind,especially with her anti landmine and red cross campaigns
She deserves it

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: February 06, 2008, 04:42:21 PM »
Yes there does seem to be a lot of information from various internet sites, some of it is very conflicting,  it looks like this inquiry is being very detailed and does not want to leave stones unturned, there is so much to this and i can't ever see a conclusion, from what has been uncovered, and said to date,it will always be open to speculation and i suppose it is  horrible to be implicated in the wrong, and i would imagine this is how British citizens feel, with the  establishment being accused, above all, the two lads must be really hurting, in losing their Mother, and would be very confused, no matter what councilling they could ever recieve, i really feel so sorry for them, for their tragic loss, coupled with the speculation inquests, and now inquiry,
hope i am wrong but i cannot see them ever getting closure.
and on a final note i would support some sort of compensation being paid, towards charities or for the price of the inquiry, should it rule the foul play version of events out.

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The Windsors / Re: Diana Enquiry
« on: February 04, 2008, 07:18:44 AM »
I agree with you in Greenowl this driver should have been compelled to the inquiry, there is also eyewitness accounts that a motorcycle was swerving in front of the merc, and was attempting to force it into the pillars, the cameras were not working on the night, and police radios in that area were also down , reports also say that Henri Paul was a member of the French security service, British inteligence, 38 documents are reported to make reference to Diana 1056 times, but cannot be released as it may cause serious damage to national security, on the first 24 hours of their arrival in France the happy couple were hunted like foxes, they planed after their wedding to live, in the nazi sympathisers the duke of windsors former residence, now owned by Dodi's father.
Price Philip had said, such an affair is racialy and morally pepugnant and no Son of a bedouin camel trader is fit for the mother of a future king

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