Friday, January 23, 2015

Gregg Hallett

This show exposes the entity called Queen Elizabeth II as a fake, a Flat Lie Royal, a usurper, ndered by Greg Hallett's Charge in October 2011, Prince William (UK) as the illegitimate son King Juan Carlos of Spain and Princess Diana (UK), which is why King Juan Carlos of Spain abdicated, as a direct result of Greg Hallett's exposure and near-identical photographic analysis of Pr. William (UK) and King Juan Carlos (Spain). The proposed Laws of Succession in the UK are 'Queen' Elizabeth II's confirmation of her and her family's illegitimacy, where Elizabeth is the illegitimate (by artificial Insemination) daughter of Winston Churchill and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyons' Maid, while Winston Churchill is the illegitimate son of King Edward VII. King George V (UK) is the illegitimate son of Tsar Alexander III of Russia. Princess Diana sabotage the breeding of Prince William and Prince Harry to ensure that neither were born in auspicious months. Queen Victoria and her psychics predicted that all of this would be written up by a Lemurian (New Zealander), where Greg Hallett was directed by Queen Elizabeth II's doctor to King George VI's Natural son in New Zealand, who is/was a superior Royal to Queen Elizabeth II. See the five hard cover/full colour yellow ribbon volumes, 1200 pages, 700 photos of THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND, www.theworldoftruth.net, wherein lies a Superior Claim to the Throne.

37 comments:

  1. Crank nonsense which wouldn't matter if true.

    Edward VIII is our lost King, forced to abdicate, because he looked likely to stand up finally to the tribe that assassinated so many of his extended family in the previous few decades, in favour of his half-witted brother, George VI, who was controlled by that same tribe - Jewry.

    Any son of George VI who's proud of that fact is by definition a traitor to his nation, to the West and to freedom.

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    1. Well, if true, it would matter up to a point. Royals are unnecessary, but if we take the intellectual position of importance for UK royalty's existence, we learn different cases for legitimacy. There are older claimants than the Windsors, none of Hallett's points go back far enough to talk of Anglo-Saxon bloodlines, or to early and different contestants under the Normans, not to mention original British lines, such as they were, or could be known now at all.

      However, we can say that if he's right, there is an immediate illegitimacy for the Windsors. That is important to many people.

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  2. The royals have but two functions in modern Europe:

    opening new schools or hospital wings; and silently and unquestioningly signing off on the latest laws and social conventions put before them by politicians and media barons to fit the needs of Jews, big bankers and multinationals (largely the same thing).

    Only in America can so many be led to believe by con men like Hallett that royals actually matter, precisely because you don't have them and so don't see how they're even less powerful than puppet pols..

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    1. The net worth of The House of Windsor is estimated at over
      380 million pounds sterling. The Royal Family's operating budget for 2014-15 is nearly 38 million pounds sterling, which is paid to them by the Treasury.(wiki)

      Sounds like the royals matter to me.

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    2. In a typical British suburb where the average home costs £200,000 just 1900 families would at least match the net worth of the royals, then. There are millions of such typical families. Our views don't count either.

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  3. This guy needs psychiatric help and is mentally ill.
    For a man of the integrity of Jim Fetzer to even have this guy on and listen to his delusional rants is beyond me.
    Can you tell me and the world Jim, if you think this guy is sane?.
    I've never heard anything like this in all my life, it disturbs me greatly that he has a platform to spew these fantastical revelations out.
    This man is flawed and needs help badly.
    I await your response Jim.
    Thank You.

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  4. Holy cow this Hallett guy is a raving lunatic! Does he actually believe what he is saying?

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    1. Yes, he does. Some items he mentions are definitely factual; other things he does are hyperbole and, as well, his personal conviction (even if true).

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  5. Clare, do you use a thesaurus or do you really know that many words?

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    1. Clare's verbosity and loquacity add to her
      obtuseness and abstruseness.
      In short, Clare is, full of shit.

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    2. I just heard the news. I can't believe it.
      They're saying that Beethoven is dead.

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    4. I know the word "hyperbole", yes, Gary.

      -- As to Giuseppe's comment: Gary was asking about vocabulary, not verbosity (which is usually people's upset at complex thinking, not the words themselves), as Jim has pointed out.

      -- As to Jack's comment: no-one doubts that Beethoven is dead. The issue you are trying to mock is Paul McCartney's death; sadly, he did die and when you realize it, you will regret putting me down and know much more about how perception flaws happen: they are manipulated but also we conceive the world without being willing properly to assess "odd" cases; we have to be careful; knowing that will help you deal with debunker attitudes on other major cases. One can learn some of that in other cases, without justice to Paul, but clearly it is not percolating for you in that case yet.

      Aside: extent of my work for and with Jim and others on many issues must be unknown to you, for you to raise that here, but yes, it is one issue I can help people know more accurate information for (evidence marshalled) and to know more argument points for.

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    5. "I know the word "hyperbole", yes, Gary."

      Clare Kuehn: the hyperactive, hypersensiive, hyperbolic blog poster.



      "-- As to Giuseppe's comment: Gary was asking about vocabulary, not verbosity (which is usually people's upset at complex thinking, not the words themselves), as Jim has pointed out."



      Verbosity:

      The state or quality of being verbose; superfluity of words; wordiness.

      "Her comments were always marred by
      verbosity."

      Throw away your dictionaries, folks!!
      Clare Kuehn - the Humpty Dumpty of Jim Fetzer's blog? The word "verbosity" means what Humpty Dumpty Clare Kuehn says it means - neither more nor less.

      " When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less."

      Lewis Carroll - The Looking Glass


      "We're through the looking glass.
      White is black. And black is white."



      Humpty Dumpty Kuehn had a great fall.....

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    6. Clare Kuehn:


      ".....you will regret putting me down....... ........clearly it is not percolating for you in that case yet."


      Stop being such a self-centered, self-pitying whiner. Clearly you need to stop your incessant dribbling and get a life soon.

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    7. I do not whine. I state the fact, Denco. Having new ignorant and unwilling-to-learn people come onto such a thread is hardly to my discredit, but rather to yours.

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    8. Gary's question was regarding the vocabulary; he e-mailed me to ask if I knew the word "hyperbole".

      That is all his post was about. It was not about verbosity or loquacity.

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  7. But isn't the entire royal family a fraud- [ always was, always will be]- just like all the other "royal families" worldwide, past present and future, and likewise all governments to ?

    Therefor, getting upset about "illegitimate" heirs or whatever is a waste of time.

    We are all sovereign individuals, seems to me.

    Regards, onebornfree
    Personal Freedom consulting:
    http://www.onebornfree.blogspot.com/

    The Freedom Network: http://www.freedominunfreeworld.blogspot.com/

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  8. Do you pay income tax? have a driving license? passport? pay business taxes? live in a territory only with the consent of its collective owners (the Australian people) and their appointed administrators (the Australian government), which permission they might withdraw at any time?

    Answer Yes to any of these questions and know you're not a sovereign 'individual'.

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  9. No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friend's or of thine own were: any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bells tolls; it tolls for thee.

    John Donne, No Man Is An Island - Meditation XVII


    "We are all sovereign individuals, " LOL

    Tell that to the landlord when he comes for the rent.

    LOL

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  10. Nick Dean said : "Do you pay income tax? have a driving license? passport? pay business taxes? live in a territory only with the consent of its collective owners (the Australian people) and their appointed administrators (the Australian government), which permission they might withdraw at any time? Answer Yes to any of these questions and know you're not a sovereign 'individual'."

    Nick, as I have said many times before, I'm a personal freedom consultant and I live entirely outside the system.

    Which means I will not answer your questions directly, however I _will_ say that I help others increase their freedom, by showing them how to live outside "the matrix", how to avoid most taxes, how to be invisible, and how to "creatively" use passports, driving licenses, banks, incs. etc to increase their freedom.

    I'm being deliberately vague here, but maybe you can read between the lines concerning my own answers to your questions.

    In any case, the bottom line for you is that you, no differently from anyone else, _are_ a sovereign individual [as soon as you choose to be] , and that your life belongs to you, and you alone.

    You have a choice, you can stay inside "the matrix", "the grid", "the system", or whatever else you choose to call it and all its attendant beliefs [ "you must pay taxes", "you must have a regular job", etc. etc.], and continue moaning about it and/or try to change it,[ a complete waste of time], or you can realize your own sovereignity, and then look for ways to take back your life and to live as you choose.

    Or, you can choose to pay someone like myself to help you find the way out.

    As always, its your choice, and no one else's.

    Regards, onebornfree.
    
Personal Freedom consulting: 
http://www.onebornfree.blogspot.com/



    The Freedom Network:
    http://www.freedominunfreeworld.blogspot.com/

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    1. I choose to pay taxes, have a passport and driving license, generally be a law abiding citizen and demand the benefits that come with that.

      I also take seriously my belief in the importance of private property rights, freely entered social contracts, individual self-reliance and freedom; so if I did not feel loyalty to my fellow Brits and a willingness to contribute my fair share to the common goods of this society I would leave rather than exploit them by using their resources without contribution, pretend to be one of them so I could make my home on their territory, and behind their back encourage others to invade their country and steal from them.

      But that's just common decency.

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    2. Nick, as I have said many times before, I'm a personal freedom consultant and I live entirely outside the system."

      You are also a financial advisor and investment consultant. Do you also " live entirely outside" the relevant system(s)?


      Are you acquainted with the following?


      ----->

      The Australian Accounting Standards Board

      The Australian Financial Security Authority

      The Australian Securities and Investments Commission

      The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

      The Financial Reporting Council

      The Australian Taxation Office

      The Australian Federal Police

      .....and any other Australian financial/ investment regulatory authorities that come to mind.....

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  11. Simon Corr said : "Tell that to the landlord when he comes for the rent."

    There are numerous ways to avoid the paying of rent. You just need to put your thinking cap on, instead of moaning about landlords etc.

    Regards, onebornfree
    
Personal Freedom consulting: 
http://www.onebornfree.blogspot.com/

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    1. There are numerous ways to avoid the paying of rent. You just need to put your thinking cap on, instead of moaning about landlords etc."

      Really? So how long have you been wearing your thinking cap and avoiding paying your rent? You dole bludger.

      LOL

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  12. For N. Dean and S. Corr:

    "The 6 Grand Illusions That Keep Us Enslaved to the Matrix":
    http://www.activistpost.com/2015/02/the-6-grand-illusions-that-keep-us.html

    Regards, onebornfree.

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    1. "Financial Safety Reports from Financial Safety Services. Home of the Happy Speculator! Exploring and exposing common investment and economic myths that will endanger your long term savings, your short term speculations, your financial safety and your financial privacy."

      http://onebornfreesfinancialsafetyreports.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1


      Onebornfree - The happy con man, anonymous financial investment "advisor" and "consultant" "sovereign individual", get rich quick leech, parasite, swiftie and sheep shagger.

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  13. S.Corr said :" Onebornfree - The happy con man, anonymous financial investment "advisor" and "consultant" "sovereign individual", get rich quick leech, parasite, swiftie and sheep shagger."

    Thanks for the free site ad + link. Much appreciated :-)

    Pity about your unfounded, idiotic assumptions, but I guess thats what idiots always do- that is, make unfounded, idiotic assumptions.

    Good luck with all that.

    Regards, onebornfree

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  14. Onebornfree:

    "Thanks for the free site ad + link. Much appreciated :-)"


    Much appreciated?

    Are things really so bad that you have to rely on occasional ads and links on Jim Fetzer's blog to your financial "consultant"/ "advisor" website?

    Why don't you just go con a few gullible old age pensioners out of their life savings?

    You deadhead.


    LOL

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  15. Libertarianism is a quite ridiculous ideology:
    http://rationallyspeaking.blogspot.com/2012/07/fundamental-contradiction-of.html

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  16. There is a very disturbing irony in the apparent double standard Dr. Fetzer employs in regard to the utterly fantastic claims of Mr. Hallett (implicit acceptance with little or no serious demand for documentation/proof) versus the comparably extreme claims of Simon Shack (robust, even hostile doubts expressed quite volubly).

    As much as I admire and support the extraordinary, heroic research of Dr. Fetzer, I can't help but CRINGE whenever another bizarre Hallet performance occurs -- with so little demand for proof and logic coming from our "35-year veteran professor of critical thinking".

    I remain open to the possibility that at least some, perhaps even several of Hallet's wild accusations are on point, but for now, anyway, it seems that the Fetzer-ian "BS detector" gets temporarily "switched off" by the mysterious powers of Hallet.

    Perhaps he is actually a PERFORMANCE ARTIST, and Jim is one of his most devoted fans. (Political satire can and does contain various, sweetened dollops of truth, after all.) www.greghallettreport.com

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  17. Anonymous said : "Libertarianism is a quite ridiculous ideology"

    Au contraire, mon frere, see: "Government = The Most Dangerous Religion":

    http://onebornfree-mythbusters.blogspot.com/2014/09/government-most-dangerous-religion.html

    Regards, onebornfree.

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  18. "Au contraire, mon frere, see: "Government = The Most Dangerous Religion"

    Pas du tout, imbécile. Government is the religion at whose altars and shrines financial "advisors", "consultants" and con artists like you kneel, worship and pray.

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  19. Is greg hallett still available

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  20. Read the new series
    THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND

    It's definetely worth reading, I am convinced that it contains many truthful details that nobody on this blog is aware of yet

    www.thehiddenkingofengland.com

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