King George VI Adolph Hitler
Queen Elizabeth’s father, King George VI, was also Adolph Hitler’s half-brother (not father as initially reported) according to Emily Elizabeth Catherine Josephine Mary Windsor-Cragg, [illegitimate] daughter of Edward VIII Duke of Windsor.
“Hitler was born in 1889 five years before Edward VIII, when “Georgie” (Victoria’s favorite) was 23, long before his marriage to May Teck. He was brought up and abused as the eldest son in Bavaria, and Kaiser Wilhelm, the idealist, was in touch with him. The Duke of Windsor met his older half-brother for the first time in Germany in 1937; however, I have a document that shows Hitler was an intel agent for the British in the 1920’s, so he probably KNEW Wallis,” she says.
“Edward VIII Duke of Windsor was routed out, scapegoated, bankrupted, exiled and labeled as Not-See because his wife, unbeknownst to him on his wedding day, was an MI-5 agent of his Father, the King George V,” she says.
“Edward VIII [my dad] was never allowed to marry anybody he liked; only ditsie royal women were permitted to him. So, of course, a black intel ops woman was very attractive, if only because he was so isolated from marriageable women,” she continues.
“The whole story is held at Windsor Library in the Royal diary archives near where my father made his home before he was kicked out of England,” she adds.
Kaiser Wilhelm was exiled and Czar Nicholas was slaughtered by the Cocaine addicted bully George V because they knew the secret about Hitler’s parentage, says Lady Windsor-Cragg.
This information about Hitler contradicts the results of an Austrian Parliamentary investigation and other testimony by close Hitler aides that his father was the Baron Rothschild. Hopefully authorities in the UK will act promptly to check the Royal diary archives to confirm Lady Widnsor-Cragg’s assertions before the evidence is hidden.
A cousin of Queen Elizabeth says it is “the privilege of kings” to have “dalliances” with various women and have the resulting children sent or “remitted” to South Africa. “There is a place called George in the Outwanicque Mountains in South Africa where in the Knaizna forest you will find the Rex family, the hillbillies of South Africa,” he says. This family has some of the most royal blood in the world and are sent to “finely polished colleges,” he says.
This source also had a bombshell of his own that he would like put out on the net for confirmation or denial on the part of other informed parties: “Look at Di’s (Princess Diana’s) children. The second one’s father is Diana’s horse trainer and lover. Look at his features, they are identical to those of the horse trainer.”
Prince William King George VI_great-grandson William
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