Death of princess Diana.

Jan 2009
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Princess Diana dies in a road accident but was it really an accident or was that accident pre planned.there are a lot of stories about the princess that she was afraid of being murdered,the official report from the officials says that it was a road accident but it sounds fishy because her lover also died in that accident.
 
Jan 2009
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The official investigation into the case declared it an accident. However, I would not put it past the so called royals to have been involved in one way or another. She was garnering more popularity than the royals and also doing stuff that no royal family would allow. So, there is definite motive and definite gains. Too much going against them for it to be an accident.
 
Jan 2009
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I was going to start a thread like this funnily enough lol :)

I have watched my TV programmes and read many books about it.

I think that there was defiantly more into it the whole post-mortem examination was fishy and the french government wouldn't release a lot of information.

I'm not sure if the royals are behind it but I am 110% sure that there is more than meets the eye and something fishy went on anyway.

Rick
 
Jan 2009
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I think it might have been a legitimate accident, but perhaps someone was still trying to kill her and she just happened to die like that before their plan unfolded.

I honestly didn't look into her case too much so I'm not too keen on what occurred but when it comes to royalty, you can expect the worse.
 
Jan 2009
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Hmm , lets see. Princess Di getting involved with a non british guy and a muslim to boot? I wonder how the royals would react to this. This is a slam dunk no brainer. I just feel she should have realized all of this before she got involved with him and saved 2 lives in the process.
 
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I think it was just an unfortunate accident caused by the drunk driver but im sure the royal family wasn't sorry to see Dodi Fayed go.
 
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As pingpong said, I don't think they would do something like that, because imagine the guilt that they would have, they just killed the princess, a mother would never do that, no matter how much she hated her daugher, and I don't believe she hated her that much, only reason that I could think of is they didn't want Diana to be the Queen, but I don't believe they would kill her for that reason.
 
Feb 2009
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Conspiracy, simple as that. The royal blood lines are all over the world. george Bush Snr bowed in front of the queen of England to be knighted, wtf!? Is this something like treason? Is this something the forefathers would have allowed? I think not. All presidents of the united states of America have all been blood related to the royal family. Including Obama. And just look what these so called leaders (they're really failures to humanity) have done to this beautiful planet. Destroyed it. Is it so far fetched to put another conspiracy behind the royals? I think not, something fishy was definatly up, still is.....
 
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I remember back in 1999 when I was a junior and I was playing some old 1v1 basketball against my brother out the front and then my Mum came out and told us Diana had just been killed, well who the F was Diana? Did I really care at only 10, I don't think so. These days I have a completly different outlook on the situation. It's all conspiracy royal BS, those bastards just don't care for life......
 
Mar 2009
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I remember back in 1999 when I was a junior and I was playing some old 1v1 basketball against my brother out the front and then my Mum came out and told us Diana had just been killed, well who the F was Diana? Did I really care at only 10, I don't think so. These days I have a completly different outlook on the situation. It's all conspiracy royal BS, those bastards just don't care for life......
Correction, she died in 1997, not 1999. I don't think there was any conspiracy from the Royals. The chauffeur was speeding too much and driving recklessly and possibly could have been distracted by the paparazzi who were chasing the car. The closest to blaming anyone else could have been the paparazzi. If we think along conspiracy lines I believe there could have been much more of a threat to Dodi El Fayed than Lady Diana. Dodi, through his UK tycoon father must have had real enemies. I am surprised that all of the focus of conspiracies had been on the Diana side, and not equally on El-Fayed.
 
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Mar 2009
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The car the so called press were using to follow Diana was much to small to do a hit and crash technique. But how the Royals treated Diana makes it obvious that they are so out of touch with reality that they need to be stuffed and put on display in the tower.

Okay, my apology to any Brits that are still fond of the Royal Family and want to watch the succession of Charles to the throne. I once was quite enthusiastic (as much as a Anglo-Irish American can be) supporter of the historic line of kings and queens but now, as I grow older, I realize their time is gone and doing away with the whole thing is overdue.
 
Mar 2009
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Okay, my apology to any Brits that are still fond of the Royal Family and want to watch the succession of Charles to the throne. I once was quite enthusiastic (as much as a Anglo-Irish American can be) supporter of the historic line of kings and queens but now, as I grow older, I realize their time is gone and doing away with the whole thing is overdue.
I think a number of Brits would agree with you on this. They are quite divided on this issue themselves.:)
 
Mar 2009
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Deanhill, I would have thought so too, but I run into Brits that still are very fond of the current queen (okay, she is an institution there) and want to see it continue, but not particularly with Charles as her successor.

And when I quizzed one well educated Brit about who their greatest ruler was, I get Queen Elizabeth II, which puzzles me. I mean she was okay and apparently much beloved, but I just don't see how she compares to Elizabeth I or even Henry V.
 
Mar 2009
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Deanhill, I would have thought so too, but I run into Brits that still are very fond of the current queen (okay, she is an institution there) and want to see it continue, but not particularly with Charles as her successor.

And when I quizzed one well educated Brit about who their greatest ruler was, I get Queen Elizabeth II, which puzzles me. I mean she was okay and apparently much beloved, but I just don't see how she compares to Elizabeth I or even Henry V.
Totally agreed. Yes there are Brits and also ex-colonialists who are quite into the Brit Royalty thing. I also find them interesting, albeit I have to agree with you too, you cannot compare the present Queen with Elizabeth I or even Queen Victoria. One of the reasons could be that they had much more power than Elizabeth II has.
 
Mar 2009
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I don't buy this one at all. She was divorced from Charles, her sons were away at school and spending more of their holidays with their father, she had talked about her marriage and being in the royal family, and she had become a sort of institution separate from those at Buckingham Palace. I don't see that she was in a position to cause them any more harm or embarrassment. If they thought her involvement with someone from the Middle East was a problem, they would have gotten rid of her before it became public knowledge. This was a bit late.
 
Mar 2009
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I don't buy this one at all. She was divorced from Charles, her sons were away at school and spending more of their holidays with their father, she had talked about her marriage and being in the royal family, and she had become a sort of institution separate from those at Buckingham Palace. I don't see that she was in a position to cause them any more harm or embarrassment. If they thought her involvement with someone from the Middle East was a problem, they would have gotten rid of her before it became public knowledge. This was a bit late.
Exactly. I agree with that 100%. I also think that if there was a conspiracy of any kind, that it would have been more on her boyfriend's side, either him or his father. I believe it was a genuine case of bad driving, speeding, and trying to duck the paperazzi. Who knows, maybe the boyfriend was urging the driver to speed so that they could get away completely from the paperazzi.
 

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