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07
May
2011

British Royal Family: exemplary Christians ;-) - Prince Philip

Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh

Queen Elizabeth's husband prince Philip contemplates the idea of his reincarnation as a particular deadly virus to adjust the "cull" as he put it of the human population of the world to the size of the surplus population. Is he of a 'higher strata' of human race that he may decide who to kill as a virus? This is his way of solving what he perceives as the world's over population. Very Christian like. Not really. For isn't this contemplating genocide?

Prince Philip, born in the Greek royal family but a member of the Danish-German royal house, grew up in Germany with his Nazi family in law, some of them were even high ranking officers of the SS, which under Heinrich Himmler was responsible for many crimes against humanity during the Nazi regime. He was educated at a school in Southern Germany under a Nazi curriculum. Christoff, his brother in law was an SS officer and another brother in law called Philip was a Nazi Storm Trooper. November 1937 he attended a funeral together with these two and other Nazis. For photographs: Unlawful Killing

So much for the British royal family breaking the ties with their German family on paternal side by assuming the name Windsor instead of Saxe-Coburg Gotha in 1917 to avoid problems in the UK after WW I. Years later in 1952, the princes to be queen married a Nazi, and brought their mentality right back into the British royal family and aristocracy. But then, wasn't it already present? For her uncle King Edward III was a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator. And now, judging by the behavior of the youngest generation Windsors, being the princes William and Harry; the apple truly doesn't fall far from the tree. How sad.

Author: © Mrs A. vd Laan-LeitoPosted in: Opinion