NOEL BOTHAM TELLS PRESS TV THAT US MILITARY HAD REASON TO KILL DIANA
Many many people, publicly and/or secretly, believe Diana was murdered. Noel Botham also believes Diana was murdered, and wrote a book The Murder of Princess Diana. He was recently on a debate for Press TV hosted by Lauren Booth. Botham appears to favour the landmine reason, but his final words expose the real reason why Diana was murdered.
Diana was murdered in 1997. By then several nations had offered to hand Osama bin Laden over to the USA, but the USA refused. In September 2001, exactly one year after PNAC published its Rebuilding Americas Defenses document in which they called for "a new Pearl Harbor" to persuade the American public to prosecute multiple simultaneous wars around the globe, specifically targetting Iraq and Iran, Osama bin Laden allegedly hijacked several passenger planes, bamboozled the most advanced and sophisticated air defence system in the world, and managed to fly one plane in to the most protected building on the planet, The Pentagon!
Since that day, nearly ten years ago, things have never been the same. Since that day, nearly ten years ago, we have been at war. But more specifically, we have been at war against Islam.
Just imagine what Diana could be doing now, if she had not been murdered. With Diana engaged/married to Dodi, a Muslim, possibly with children from that relationship, what occured after 9/11 may not have been so easy to pull off. The UK at least would have been more Islam-friendly, and not so keen to invade the Middle East and Caspian, and today North Africa. The UK public may have become more understanding of the plight of Gaza and West Bank. The UK public may have become aware and disgusted with our interference and control of the Middle East and the Caspian.
Diana's involvement in the land mine issue persuaded Bill Clinton that land mines had to be banned. Land mines should be banned. But compared to the grabbing of the natural resources of the Middle East and the Caspian, as well continuing the barbarity and disdain with which Israel treats the Palestinians and fuelling global terrorism, the land mine issue is minor.
But if she could persuade Bill Clinton to go against his military, what else could Diana have done had she lived?
Could Diana have persuaded George Bush not to go to war in 2001, and instead find a more diplomatic and lawful solution?
Could Diana have persuaded George Bush to create a truly independent inquiry into 9/11?
Diana had global influence. Diana was engaged to a Muslim, with the potential that the future King of England would have a Muslim baby half-brother and/or half-sister.
As HM Queen Elizabeth told Paul Burrell, there are dark forces. Those dark forces engineered WW1, WW2 and the Holocaust, and subsequently Israel and its barbaric treatment of the Palestinians to fuel Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism that ultimately led to 9/11 and the subsequent invasion of the Middle East and Caspian, and today North Africa via Libya, for natural resources.
Diana was not going to stop all that by marrying and having children with a Muslim.
So she was murdered in a Brotherhood ritual.
Watch the debate with Noel Botham at the link below.
'US Army may be liable for Diana death'
The US military may have played a role in the 1997 death of Princess Diana as she was campaigning for a worldwide ban on landmines, says the author of The Murder of Princess Diana.
Noel Botham told Press TV that Princess Diana, during her visit to the US in 1997, succeeded in persuading former US President Bill Clinton to vote in favor of a global ban on landmines at the Oslo Conference, which was due to take place on the 19th of September of that year.
However, the idea did not appeal to US military officials and they knew that Clinton “would not change his mind with Diana alive,” said the author.
“There was enormous pressure from the military in America to get him (President Clinton) to stop that (the international treaty on a worldwide ban on landmines) and change his mind, enormous lobbying in the White House,” Botham added.
“Of course, after her death, 19 days later, Bill Clinton went to Oslo and voted against a ban on landmines,” he further explained.
The author of The Murder of Princess Diana also noted that in 1998, less than a year after Diana's death, news media around the world tried to get the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency to release their papers on Diana's death, which was to no avail.
“They (the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency) all came up with one answer; that they would keep back certain pages, 145 pages that would seriously jeopardize the security of the US,” Botham went on to say.
Meanwhile, a movie called Unlawful Killing caused quite a stir in this year's Cannes Film Festival in France.
It is the story of the deaths of Princess Diana, Dodi Fayed and their driver Henri Paul, and was described by its director Keith Allen as “inquest into the inquest of Princess Diana.”
The film cannot be screened in the UK over 'national security issues.'
Britain's Princess Diana died early Sunday August 31, 1997 at a Paris hospital after sustaining internal injuries in a high-speed car crash.
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