Assassination of the Humanitarian Princess: The Killing of Diana

1992 was the year that the relationship between Princess Diana and other senior British royals changed irreversibly. In June Diana collaborated with UK author Andrew Morton in a book which exposed Prince Charles’ relationship with his lover Camilla Parker-Bowles and Diana’s mistreatment by senior members of the royal family. The reaction was swift. Within 11 days of the book’s publication Diana received a bombshell letter from her father-in-law, Prince Philip. The letter alarmed her and Morton says that she sought out a solicitor to help draft a reply.1 Within months the Queen had moved to set up the royal Way Ahead Group – a committee dedicated to helping the royal family deal with major issues and planning the way forward. Its first meeting was held in November 1992 and in the following month the Queen requested the formal separation between Charles and Diana. This was announced in the House […] Read More

The JFK Files and the Real Conspiracy Against the Truth

If you didn’t believe the Deep State is beyond democratic control before, you now have no choice – not after the last minute mugging the Donald received on his way to releasing these ancient JFK assassination files. And believe us, they are indeed ancient. Your editor was sitting in high school civics class learning about the difference between America’s open society and democratic government and the secretive Kremlin dictatorship of the Soviet Union when news of the Dallas tragedy came over the school’s PA. Needless to say, the theory that the assassination was the work of a lone gunman in the Texas Book Depository, who fired three shots in 11 seconds with a 1890 vintage Italian rifle and hit President Kennedy from 265 feet was never very satisfying from the beginning. While the record of Oswald’s proficiency as a military marksman is highly disputed, the distance of the so-called […] Read More

2008: CIA-Bush-Rockefeller Perps: JFK Murder Conspiracy

by SUE ANN ARRIGO (June 2008) I had a “need to know” why the US soldiers on the ground were dying from lack of the equipment and the supplies they needed. One of my intelligence students in Iraq alerted me to the fact that beverages Halliburton was supposed to supply the troops were not showing up on time. The effect on the troops was devastating. This was just one of many, many cases. The soldier’s desperate pleas to Congress were being stonewalled by their Congressmen not being able to get the information they needed. The CIA’s job was to supply information, but they were not supplying the information on why the troops couldn’t get the basic supplies they needed. That raised the question of whether the CIA was really working to the American people or had been taken over by an enemy, foreign or domestic. I was writing reports […] Read More