The Real Reason Why Princess Diana Was Assassinated
False information is currently circulating about Princess Diana, from the notoriously shady news website Your News Wire. The fabricated article titled “Retired MI5 Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘I Killed Princess Diana’” is currently making the rounds. But why do people care so much about the royal family?
A summary of the Diana theories can be garnered from Anon News:
“Annie Machon Ex-MI5 (British similar to the FBI’s intelligence division) discovered grave criminal misdeeds by the intelligence services on behalf of criminals in the British government and so decided to leave the service. In this video Annie sheds some light on the murder of Princess Diana and criminal wiretapping practices of the UK and USA against their own citizenry. Together the team has written a book called “Spies, Lies and Whistle-blowers: MI5, MI6 and the Shayler Affair” exposing the crimes of our intelligence services on behalf of criminals in our governments and a global cabal of moronic degenerate psychopaths.”
The way I see it, the real powers that be behind the scenes actually use the royal family as a distraction. They get everyone to hone in on them and focus on their characteristics, trying to understand why they think they are so superior.
And if you look close, there is absolutely nothing genetically or characteristically special about any royal family members. In my opinion, they are a distraction from people such as bankers.
However, there is a bit to learn about the nature of power from them: their particular echelon of power. Royal families and politicians seem to rest on a similiar level of power, one full of competitive, greedy, voracious people seeking higher positions at one another’s expense.
Another level of power certainly exists above them: historically, politicians and royal families have received loans from banking institutions, and it would appear that today bankers are still on top.
If you’d like to explore what happened to Diana, this is a good video to start with.
And if you’d like to explore a different echelon of power, the banking elite, this is an interesting video.