I support Mohamed Al-Fayed and his battle to get justice for his deceased son, and his battle to reveal the fact that Prince Philip was educated in a military college in Nazi Germany. This is an excellent documentary about the 1997 death of Princess Diana – and the subsequent ‘cover-up’ of all the facts that point to her demise being a product of ‘murder’ – probably ordered by the British royal family. She was ‘removed’ because the British royal family, being as racist as they are, did not want a ‘Muslim’ being anywhere near the royal lineage in the UK. As her marriage to the cheating Prince Charles broke-down, she developed a relationship with Dodi Fayed, and there were rumours that she might have been ‘pregnant’. It is revealed how Britain is still a ‘monarchy’ with democratic pretensions, with the royal family still running everything at the public’s expense. The establishment still defers to the royal family, and does whatever it wants, despite the myth that the royal family has no power. Furthermore, Keith Allen reveals how the British press operates a system where a story is decided before-hand, and the subsequent facts edited, distorted, or ignored, to make them appear to fit the pre-conceived story required by the British establishment. Another reason Princess Diana was unpopular, was because of the fact that she was undermining the profitability of the military-industrial complex, by working to ‘ban’ the use of land-mines throughout the world. The media seems to operate this was more or less continuously, but since the election of New Labour in 1997, this mis-reporting increased, and in 2010 with the election of the Tories and Lib Dems, reaching a fever-pitch of misrepresentation (as a means to cover-up the death and destruction inflicted by sudden benefit and medical cuts, and the UK support for neo-Nazism in the Ukraine).