Revisit Diana’s BBC interview.


especially comments.

The documentary Unlawful Killing has not been licensed for distribution in the UK.  Some of the documentary is taken from this interview, especially the pieces in which she foretells her demise in a car crash, which she was threatened with, both by Charles and, as described in Unlawful Killing, Nicholas Soames.  This doesn’t appear in the interview clips.

It’s very revealing, and inspiring.

‘That’s the problem.  I won’t go quietly.’

I’m a free spirit.  I’m not a political animal.  I know I can give love, and I want to do that.

Studio discussion of the documentary Unlawful Killing

Also sent in by Peter Wright, another inspiring teller of truths, Jesse Ventura –

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5 Responses to “Revisit Diana’s BBC interview.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Greg Hallett: No, I’ve actually spoken to the press about it, and they’ve gone . . . silent. They’ve just gone absolutely silent. But there is more: under Wikipedia ‘Alternative Successions of the British Crown’, quote:
    “On 28th of October 2011, during the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Perth, Australia, it was announced that David Cameron’s proposed changes to the Royal Succession Laws in the sixteen Commonwealth realms, had received unanimous support of the other realm’s Prime Ministers. The alterations would replace male preference primogeniture, under which sons take precedence over daughters in the lines of succession with absolute primogeniture for the current Prince of Wales, end the ban of marriage of Dynasts to Catholics, and limit the requirement for those in line to the Throne to require permission of the Sovereign to marry. However, the requirement of the Sovereign to be in communion with the Church of England would remain. The Queen, Elizabeth II is said to support the proposed changes” – which she actually made sure they happen.
    The main point here is, “with absolute primogeniture for the current Prince of Wales”.
    Jim Fetzer: Yes, to preclude any challenge to the Crown from any other source on any other basis, regardless of the strength or legitimacy of the claim.
    Greg Hallett: They’ve actually shot themselves in the foot there, because Prince William’s father isn’t Prince Charles.
    Jim Fetzer: Really!
    Greg Hallett: It’s King Juan Carlos of Spain.
    Jim Fetzer: Prince William’s father is actually . . .
    Greg Hallett: Yes! King Juan Carlos of Spain actually runs New Zealand. New Zealand is bankrupt, a country can’t be bankrupt, so it’s insolvent.
    Jim Fetzer: So he had a dalliance with Princess Elizabeth?
    Greg Hallett: He had a dalliance with Princess Diana.
    Jim Fetzer: Oh, with Diana, of course. William, Diana, yes of course. And that was while she was married to Prince Charles of course.
    Greg Hallett: Yes, absolutely.
    Jim Fetzer: And while Charles was still longing for Camilla
    Greg Hallett: Absolutely, yeah, and . . .
    Jim Fetzer: Diana was not too pleased by all of that
    Greg Hallett: No no no, she said “There’s three people in this marriage”.
    Jim Fetzer: That’s right.
    Greg Hallett: Yes, so Prince Harry is the son of James Hewitt (b. 1958–).
    Jim Fetzer: Yes, he looks so much like him.
    Greg Hallett: However . . .
    Jim Fetzer: No one has a doubt about that, do they?
    Greg Hallett: However Prince Charles does have two children, and they’re not Prince William and they’re not Prince Harry.
    Jim Fetzer: So they would technically under this new arrangement be eligible to become the Crown?
    Greg Hallett: Well, that’s why they’ve shot themselves in the foot because neither Prince William nor Prince Harry are Prince Charles’ children. But Prince Charles has two children, but neither of them are legitimate, and neither of them are Princes or Princesses. Ha!
    Jim Fetzer: It’s quite a mess, isn’t it?
    Greg Hallett: Yes, so Prince Charles was dating Camilla – they fancied each other from when they were quite young. They were dating each other when they were 16 and 17. Camilla is actually older. So Camilla was 17, right . . .
    Jim Fetzer: Yes!
    Greg Hallett: And Prince Charles was 16, and on Camilla Parker Bowles’ 18th birthday, they conceived a child.
    Jim Fetzer: On her 18th birthday!
    Greg Hallett: On her 18th birthday, yeah! And that child was adopted out by a royal servant. There was a royal servant, his daughter raised the child, and that child looked like Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. So when he was 7, he was drugged with the date rape drug Rohypnol.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jim Fetzer: Yes!
    Greg Hallett: It was in grapefruit juice, which actually increases the intensity of the drug, but leaves less of a trace.
    Jim Fetzer: Did it kill him?
    Greg Hallett: No no no, his eyes were injected with pigment, changing them from blue to brown,
    Jim Fetzer: Ouch!
    Greg Hallett: And then later his ears were pinned back – and later his front teeth were ground off, you know, ground right down . . .
    Jim Fetzer: Yes!
    Greg Hallett: So he didn’t look like Prince Charles or Camilla. And he grew up in Gosport (south England).
    Jim Fetzer: I mean, was he aware that these things were happening to him? He must have known – his eye color had changed – his ears were different– his teeth were different?
    Greg Hallett: You see, his eye color was changed when he was 7; when he woke up he was just screaming, because it was like somebody was rubbing sand paper across his eyes.
    Jim Fetzer: Yes!
    Greg Hallett: And he is now a Telecommunications Engineer in Australia.
    Jim Fetzer: Is he aware of his birth?
    Greg Hallett: Yes! And just before William and Kate’s wedding, he put out an email, probably a couple of days before hand. His name is Simon Charles Day – saying that he is the illegitimate son of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. And he is married to a Torres Strait Islander – which is sort of half-Aborigine, half-Papua New Guinean – she is very black. She is a very black woman, and they had six kids, and five are still alive. So what Princess Diana did was fly out to Australia and hold up all these Torres Strait Island children to the camera.
    Jim Fetzer: That he had had with this black woman. This were Prince Charles’ grandchildren that she was holding?
    Greg Hallett: Yes! So to Princess Diana – they were her stepchildren, you know, if they were the ones that she was holding. So she goes to Australia and holds all these Torres Strait Islander aboriginal children, and the Queen goes: “Well, you know, they could actually be my great-grandchildren”. So there was another reason to kill her because she knew that.
    Jim Fetzer: Another reason to kill Diana!
    Greg Hallett: Yes! Well, it was ruled an “unlawful killing”. Her death was ruled an “unlawful killing”.

  3. Tapestry says:

    Great yarn. Evidence?

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s Greg Hallett. Evidence is what he says. You either believe everything or nothing, or enjoy the story and keep the ideas in mind.

  5. Tapestry says:

    Hallet has elements of truth mixed up with things that stretch the imagination too far.

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