Diana – the inquest on the inquest – Keith Allan talks on TPVTV

The Pope on Time. Some how so predictable. Gerald Celenet and Jeff Rense have commented how poor Time & Life Magazine are now… Celente says: New Trends Journal – Beyond LIFE, Ahead Of TIME.

This is worth a look Tap, 35mins, freshly recorded this evening. I’ll leave it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SqJOsm-60w

Keith Allen talks to Sonia Poulton about his film in which he looks at the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, an inquest of the inquest.

From http://www.thepeoplesvoice.tv 

They mention this in the interview:
Reactions to Princess Diana First Unlawful Killing film screening in Galway: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF8oTB7x41I 


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6 Responses to “Diana – the inquest on the inquest – Keith Allan talks on TPVTV”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sorry but Keith Allen is a scumbag & nothing he says is worth a light.

  2. NPP says:

    I saw the film Unlawful Killing via a temporary Russian link. It was quickly pulled down, but I saw the whole thing. It was compelling stuff. Allen appears to have taken a courageous step. The fact that it is ‘banned’ says much; though as he explains, the insurance companies would not cover the film as it is (libel?) and he refused to remove the clips as requested, so therefore he has no UK distribution. It seems he has stuck to his guns. I found this an insightful interview. At least the issue, the film, the controversies are being addressed rather than treated to dismissive tabloid headlines. His intention was to observe how ‘they’ would manage and direct the inquest and reporting of the inquest. he seems a little uncomfortable directly discussing the subject, but he is discussing it. It may risky for his career. His documentation of how the media covered the inquest is not surprisingly, yet still alarming.

    Maybe he is a scumbag and not worth a light. That is not my sense, but then what do I know about anyone or anything? I do appreciate TPV inviting Keith Allen onto their station where as the presstitute media do not invite Allen onto their shows to discuss his film, as far as I know. I am also grateful Allen agreed to appear on TPV. Is there a case for any film to be banned? I suggest not. Monty Python’s Life of Brian was banned in Italy for years. We must demand individual right to responsibility to choose for ourselves. At least access to information allows considered discussion. Diana unfortunately died in a car crash – so why do ‘they’ worry about suggestions to the contrary? And who are ‘they’?

    I welcome the interview and welcome TPV and outlets such as Tap present it unlike the mainstream media who perpetuate official stories.

  3. Tapestry says:

    I ask watched the movie. Very well made. He is no scumbag which suggests you are, for making the suggestion the coward’s way – anonymously.

  4. NPP says:

    Tap,

    after thought.

    Gold price probe extended to Deutsche Bank:
    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b386aa16-6358-11e3-886f-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2nRpdLAkx
    They tell us, yet rarely do enough of us notice or us pay heed…
    “The London gold fixing has been a benchmark for the market since the end of the first world war. Until 2004, the fixings were conducted in person at the London offices of Rothschild and each trader had a Union flag on his desk which he lowered to indicate that he had concluded his business.
    The other banks that take part in the gold fixing are Barclays, Bank of Nova Scotia, HSBC and Société Générale. The other banks involved in silver fixing are Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC. As the only German member of either fixing, Deutsche is the only bank to come under BaFin’s remit.”

    In the interview with The People’s Voice, Keith Allen makes an interesting remark, and I paraphrase: “… it’s all there on the shelves of the British Library, if you can be bothered to go find it.”

    It is an intriguing policy that ‘they’ must be ‘open’ about their shenanigans as some kind of honourable philosophy…

  5. Anonymous says:

    “Anonymous said…
    Sorry but Keith Allen is a scumbag & nothing he says is worth a light. 10:33 am” —– If he’s such a low-life they should make him an honorary member of the Royal Family!

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