Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the proclamation of Charles III as the new king, a plethora of scandals involving the British royal family, over the course of centuries, is being exposed. Revelations include their adoption of the surname ‘Windsor’ – to cover up their family name’s German origins – and their relationship with the Nazis, in addition to disclosing their ties to Satanist and paedophile rings. One historic example involves the 1889 discovery that the Queen’s great-uncle, Prince Albert, was none other than ‘Jack the Ripper’. The royal family’s current situation continues to be characterised by libertine conduct, infidelity, paedophilia and other crimes.
All of these factors are affecting the royals, who are facing a situation of complete uncertainty, due, in part, to the low level of popular acceptance – a mere 25% – garnered by the current king, Charles III, whose popularity waned following his failed marriage to Lady Diana, his cheating and other scandals. It should also be noted that he has always been suspected of being largely implicated in the accident that cost Lady Diana her life.
The recent scandal involving his brother Andrew is one of child sex abuse, and the current King’s long-standing relationships with known, charged paedophiles – such as Bishop Peter Ball or his ‘best friend’ BBC entertainer Jimmy Savile, accused of the rape and/or sexual assault of more than 500 people – also form part of his extensive record.
Charles III, the principal proponent of the ‘Great Reset’ and the Green Agenda, is now the largest assets owner in the world, and his estate is built upon wealth and property derived from the monarchy’s violation of rights throughout history and it comprises profits derived from the arms trade and the sale of depleted uranium. Charles III is a symbol of how a small group has dominated and controlled the majority, over the course of millennia.