Speaking ahead of an exclusive video interview, Princess Diana’s close personal friend and confidant Christine Fitzgerald has gone on the record for the first time and what she has to say will send shockwaves around the world.
- Christine Fitzgerald confirms Diana was ‘murdered by MI6 at the behest of the Windsors’
- Claims the Royal Family will ‘take out anyone who stands in their way’
- Says Phillip is a psychopath, and Queen Elizabeth holds a veto on decisions
- Believes the Royal Family are beginning to lose control again, and
- The BANNED film Unlawful Killing got close to the truth
“It was an orchestrated criminal conspiracy, a mafia-style assassination,” Christine Fitzgerald told me. “Don’t think that just because they have cut-glass accents doesn’t mean they aren’t more vicious and criminal than the mob. They ARE. They will take out anyone who stands in their way. They will do anything to keep control.”
“MI6 had been monitoring Diana for years before her death. She was surrounded by staff who were actually working for MI6, many of whom she liked and trusted. She was always second guessing herself and everyone around her, always wondering if she was paranoid.”
“She was frightened for her life for years before her death. She knew things weren’t right. We would sit together and chat and listen to Duran Duran to try and relax but it stopped working. She showed me the letter she wrote to Paul Burrell and asked if I thought she was crazy.”
“She thought that Charles had used her as a vessel to have William, and once she’d done that there were whispers among the Windsors about how to retire her from public life. They were terrified of her. Diana was a smart, sensitive girl. She could sense their fear. You wouldn’t believe some of the things she told me about Phillip, he’s a real dark psychopath. And Elizabeth… It makes perfect sense to know they killed her.”
“I have only stopped crying in the last few years. I am ready to speak now. I’m not scared. When I think of her murdered, pregnant, and embalmed I feel cold all over. Rage. I freeze. But it is time to move forward and that involves telling people what I know.”
Speaking ahead of an EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW with Your News Wire, Christine Fitzgerald revealed that she is only now ready to speak about the details of her friend’s death, and that previous interviews with her were the work of frauds.
She described her ‘shock’ and ‘outrage’ at discovering what David Icke claims she told him. “I met David Icke and walked away without giving him any information because I realised he wasn’t listening to me and just wanted to push his ‘reptilians run the world’ agenda. He looked at me with those cold blue eyes and said ‘Of course they are bloody reptilians, Christine!’ He got mad and swiped a cat off the sofa.”
“All that stuff he quotes me saying about cold-blooded reptilians and energy transferring from person to person via their ‘jacksies’… I never said a word of that! I would never use the word ‘jacksie’ for god’s sake!”
Christine was shocked when she happened to read a copy of The Biggest Secret by David Icke. It was given to her years ago by a friend but she didn’t pick it up and look at it until last year.
“The tape recording that he claims to have doesn’t exist. It can’t exist. Even if he was recording me against my knowledge it can’t exist like he says it does because I didn’t say any of that stuff. The idea that I tried to sue him to keep it quiet is utter, utter nonsense. I am happy to talk about Diana’s death but not to somebody who wants to twist my words. How dare he! He is disrespecting her!”
Christine touches my arm and tells me I “must be very brave… and please be very careful. Strange things happen to those who know the truth. Accidents, you know? People go missing.” She points to her earrings – plain sapphire studs hanging from a string of silver, drop style – and tells me they once belonged to Princess Diana. “She gave them to me the last time we met. She hugged me for a long time. I think she knew she didn’t have long left.”
Christine Fitzgerald’s full video interview will be filmed in the next few months.