Friday, 29 November 2002

A Bungled Assasination Attempt?

I originally posted this yesterday but because the story has been all but ignored by the mainstream media I'm going to keep it current. This whole thing STINKS, I don't believe it was just an accident and until I see some conclusive proof that the car hadn't been tampered with I will continue to believe that there is something else going on here.

It seems that Frances Shand Kydd (Diana's mother) was involved in a near-fatal car accident.... Dodgy dodgy DODGY! Given reports that road traffic "accidents" are a preferred method of assasination for the Security Services, this seems fishy as hell. Only a few weeks after the Burrell trial, amid reports that Ms. Shand Kydd went through Diana's stuff post-mortem and removed documents and who knows what else! There are still only a few details about the crash but the report below says the car "appears to have lost control" and nearly ploughed into a river on a dangerous stretch of road. Ms. Shand Kydd was completely unhurt but she wouldn't have been if the car crashed into the river, if that had happened she would have been dead...

Interesting how Camilla Parker-Bowles was involved in a very simillar "accident" a few years ago, at the time Camilla went running off clearly terrified having previously recieved warnings that her life was in danger. After that incident her security was stepped up on Charles' personal order, rumour has it that a branch of MI5 decided that taking out Camilla would solve the "consititutional crisis" they found themselves in after the Royal Divorce. In their book "Diana: The Hidden Evidence" Jon King and John Beveridge explain in detail how a nuclear activist died in a car crash when the car of a retired army person "lost control" and carreered across a motorway slamming into the activists car. The authors also assert that the security services have a device that can be installed into a vehicle which will allow a third-party to take complete or partial control away from the driver. They say that this is one of the reasons that after Diana's crash the Mercedes engineers weren't allowed anywhere near the car, even though they offered their assistance. I'm VERY interested to hear what becomes of Ms. Shand Kydd's car and the investigation into this incident, the report I read mentioned that she had previously been involved in a "drink-drive" incident so maybe they'll just blame her...

During the recent trial of Paul Burrell and all of the weirdness surrounding that, I got the clear impression that there is some serious shit going on behind the scenes, almost like a power struggle between different factions of the British Establishment. Smear and counter smear, embarrasing revelations and more dirt being thrown around than is seemly for people from the "up-their-arses", sorry "upper-classes". Both sides want to be able to use Diana's name and memory and all the publicity that comes with it to generate popular support. There are also lots of Diana's documents floating around that could almost certainly do untold damage to the current Establishment.

All of this is obviously just speculative codshit on the part of my own instinctively suspicious brain -- rather than based on me having any hard evidence. Maybe it was an accident, maybe it was an attempt on her life or maybe it was just a warning. Either way I don't trust "officials" or "the establishment" and I sure as hell don't believe that what the "mainstream media" says either, I smell a giant RAT here people!

UPDATE: Is it me or is this story being completely ignored by the mainstream media?? The system is most evident by the things it DOESN'T tell you!


Princess Diana's mother in road crash

Frances Shand Kydd, the mother of the late Diana Princess of Wales, has been involved in a car crash.

Strathclyde police say a 66-year-old woman was driving an Audi car when it hit a bridge parapet.

The driver, who has not been named by police, was not injured in the accident which occurred on the B844 at Kilninver, near Oban.

It is understood that Mrs Shand Kydd was the sole occupant of the car.

A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that police attended a road crash at a single track road on the B844 at Kilninver, near Oban.

"The crash occurred when an Audi motor car being driven by a 66-year-old woman appears to have lost control and collided with a bridge parapet.

Full story...

The plot thickens

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