Murder And That Dracula Royal Family

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by conco, Feb 18, 2008.

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  1. Mohamed al Fayed has set out in court his claims that his son Dodi, and Diana, Princess of Wales were murdered, and he called the Royals "that Dracula family".

    Mr al Fayed arrives at court The Harrods boss told the couple's inquest that Prince Charles was involved in a plot to "clear the decks" to be able to marry Camilla Parker Bowles.

    In a wide-ranging statement, Mr al Fayed:

    :: Branded the Duke of Edinburgh a "Nazi" and a "racist" and said: "It's time to send him back to Germany from where he comes. You want to know his original name - it ends with Frankenstein."

    :: Diana herself had told him she was pregnant. "I'm the only person they told. They told me they were engaged and would announce their engagement on Monday morning. She would speak to her sons when she returned from Paris."

    :: Raised concerns about a message - dubbed the Mishcon note - outlining Diana's fears in 1995 that there was a plot to kill her in a car crash. "My belief that my son and Princess Diana were murdered was confirmed when I learned that the two leading (Metropolitan Police) Commissioners - Lord Condon and Lord Stevens - did not show the coroner the note."

    Is it just me or has he lost it???????????
  2. Mad as a bucket of soapy frogs.
  3. Alsacien

    Alsacien LE Moderator

    The post-mortem details may have been a bit of a whitewash, but the fact they died in an accidental car crash that has too many variables to have been staged is still the important issue.
  4. Think he is mad with grief over the loss of his son. But rationally, is just no reason for Diana to have been offed. She just was not that important, ffs. :roll:
  5. Yes he has the right to greive over the way his son died, but he will never find the truth if the Royals are involved! Which they never were!!!!!!
  6. If the Duke did have anything to do with it maybe he should arrange the the same for this demented idiot and save the tax payer a bloody fortune.
    Then maybe the likes of your selfs could get the kit that makes your life easier or if not easier better
  7. Hence the impeccably Greek surname, Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg... :wink:
  8. And had the makings of a best-selling bit of porn, to boot.
  9. I absolutely agree mate, those bloody royals swanning around as if they rule the country, what a cheek. The conspiracy goes deeper than the Duke Von Edinburgh, and you really should be wearing a tinfoil hat to protect you from the mind control rays of the space lizards, who are the REAL villains. I mean, did you hear ANYTHING about lizards on the telly when Di was eliminated? I rest my case.

    You tool.

    edited to add: Sorry, conco, just re-read your post and realised you weren't racking up the conspiracies as much as I thought, and that I'm the tool for not reading your post correctly, not you. My bad.
  10. I can't believe anyone actually takes this clown seriously. The sad thing is there are people (mostly women in my experience) who do. I had a discussion with a couple of birds a month or two about this thing. I was told in all seriousness that "Philip murdered Diana" and when I asked a) how do you cause such a car accident? and b) how do you make sure the right people die? was given the answer "They're hit men." Oh that explains it all. Morons.
  11. Alsacien

    Alsacien LE Moderator

    Ssshh - there can never be too many gullible women in the world - be grateful :D
  12. Can't afford a British passport though..........

  13. Alsacien

    Alsacien LE Moderator

    300-500 quid I am told is the going rate.

    You think he still wants one :?
  14. Its Fayed, he added the "Al" bit himself.
  15. Just as we added the "that t0sser" Mohammed al Fayouud ourselves!

    Obviously the Harrods bomb was not planted by the IRA but by British MI5 agents. Unfortunately due to an over-time ban in the run up to Christmas, a spirit of "close enough for government work" ran through Operation Santa, with predictably inexact or inaccurate results.