OUR COMMENTARY, 12th SEPT 2012: We are often tasked with the question of a motive as to why Diana was assassinated. In our research it is self-evident that there was not just one reason, but many factors to at least consider.
To the New World Order, Diana was a threat not only to the Military Industrial Complex that they control (see her successful campaign against the use of landmines at the time of her death). She was a threat in terms of undermining the Monarchy and beyond that, the establishment of the Church and State.
This is evidenced in the following article. It is indicative if not chilling to note that this was published only a few weeks prior to Diana’s death.
As we and others have documented elsewhere, this constitutional mess (i.e. well publicised love triangle of Charles, Camilla and Diana) as it was seen at the time was something that the British Intelligence Services (secret societies known in the public arena as MI5/6) needed to discontinue.
It is our contention that in June 1997, two months prior to Diana’s accident, an unsuccessful attempt was made on the life of Camilla within the borders of the UK. See our collection of information on this here. Following this failure, the contract was shifted over to target Diana by another arm of the same Intelligence Service network. This time it was carried out successfully outside the borders of the UK, in Paris.
To the shock of the British people, their icon, their legend was now gone and the same people that killed her, span a story publicly of ‘motor accident’. First blaming the paparazzi photographers, then landing the blame in the lap of the driver, Henri Paul.
To anyone with two brain cells to rub together this was no accident. Here we look at one of the several motives that is essential to understanding why she was killed. Due to Fair Use limitations we have not copied the full body article below, however the last two paragraphs are indeed worthy of note in this regard.
HEADLINE: Marriage of Charles poses risk to church
Article by Colin Brown
Published 19th July 1997
The Parliamentary aide to the Lord Chancellor yesterday said a constitutional crisis over the marriage of Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles would lead to the disestablishment of the Church.
The warning by Tony Wright, a Parliamentary private secretary to Lord Irvine, will be seen as part of the softening up exercise for the public to accept the eventual marriage between the Prince and his mistress, in spite of the denials by Downing Street and the Palace that it is contemplated.
The controversy over the marriage is likely to strengthen the opinion among some MPs that the Government’s constitutional reforms should include cutting the links between the Church and the state.
THE ARTICLE CONTINUES…
Last night’s party at Highgrove, thrown by the Prince to celebrate Mrs Parker Bowles’ 50th birthday, was part of the charm offensive to overcome public hostility stemming from his divorce from Princess Diana.
The Prince has been seeking advice from confidants on how best to introduce her to a wider public.
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