Charles Mountbatten-Windsor

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Person.png Charles Mountbatten-Windsor  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(royalty)
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BornCharles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor
1948-11-14
Buckingham Palace, London
NationalityUK
ReligionChurch of England
Spouse • Diana Spencer
• Camilla Parker Bowles
Member ofThe Pilgrims Society

Prince Charles Mountbatten-Windsor married Lady Diana Spencer, who became anxious that he would have her killed in a car crash.

Background

"Prince Charles’ mentor Lord Mountbatten was a ‘homosexual with a perversion for young boys’, according to unearthed FBI files."[1]

Diana Spencer

A handwritten note by Diana Spencer to her butler, Paul Burrell, in which suggested that Charles was "planning an accident in my car". This note was made public some years after Diana's death. Later still, the existence of The Mishcon Note was also published, a note to her solicitor confirming these suppositions.

Opinions

“We've so degraded natural systems, eco-systems, biodiversity, that it's becoming increasingly impossible for nature to sustain us...At the moment it's all take, take. Now we've reached the situation where we really need four planets like earth to survive or provide enough for everybody....So what do we do? Without doubt we must now put ourselves on a war-like footing, approaching our action from the perspective of a military-style campaign. That way, working together we can combat this most grave and urgent challenge. If we have the resolve to shift our trajectory we must start now, by bringing forward our net zero target.”
Charles Mountbatten-Windsor (2020)  [2]



 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthor
Jimmy Saville“The thing about me is I get things done and I work deep cover, [...] I’ve known the Royal Family for a million years.”Jimmy Saville

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/198625 April 198627 April 1986Scotland
Gleneagles Hotel
The 34th Bilderberg, 109 participants
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