Wednesday 16 November 2022


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  1. Shelving of Jimmy Savile drama by the BBC should comes as a relief for the King

    “Savile told [Dan] Davies: 'It was the respect that Lord Louis had for me... That's how I got to know all these people. Lord Louis was the guv'nor.'

    “Surely Charles now regrets sending Savile Cuban cigars and gold cufflinks to mark his 80th birthday?

    “They came with the note: 'Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country, Jimmy …”

  2. sovereigntea says:


    Cyberspec News
    About the planned provocation of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Veliky Burluk.

    According to our intelligence, in order to distract attention from the shelling of the territory of Poland by a Ukrainian S-300 anti-aircraft missile, the Kiev regime is preparing a resonant provocation to accuse Russia of allegedly destroying a district hospital in the village of Veliky Burluk in the Kharkov region, which is under the control of the AFU.

    According to available information, the Ukrainian command planned the shelling of the hospital from the area of the village of Khatnoye on the night of November 17.
    To cover the results of this criminal action, foreign and Ukrainian journalists are expected to arrive, who in their reports will present this crime as evidence of the indiscriminate use of artillery by the Russian Armed Forces in response to the increased shelling of Russian territory.

  3. Unknown commented

    King Charles in Three Quotes 1. “My husband [Charles] is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure or some serious head injury” - Princess Diana put her concerns in writing. 2. “I feel so desperately strongly about the monstrous wrongs that have been done to you and the way you have been treated.” - Charles writes to his close friend, Peter Ball. 3. “Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country Jimmy.” - Charles gushes to his close friend, Jimmy Savile.

  4. Unknown commented

    * “Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country, Jimmy.” On the evidence of Charles’s quote, Savile’s deeds “for this country” may not have been entirely overlooked by our present king. Almost certainly they weren’t overlooked by his great uncle Lord Mountbatten, the man reportedly responsible for bringing Charles and Savile together. Mountbatten was playing ‘father’ to the young Charles at the same time as the ‘war hero’ was fraternising with Savile, engaging with boys from Kincora at Birr Castle, and singularly failing to notice or prevent Savile from raping boys and girls in various parts of the British Isles. What made Mountbatten think that his close friend Savile would make an equally good friend for his beloved ‘honorary grandson’, Charles?