Peaches Geldof has died in mysterious circumstances, apparently after posting a photo of herself with her late mother, Paula Yates.
According to the Mail:
“ A spokesman for Kent Police said: ‘Police were called to an address in Wrotham, Kent, following reports concerning the welfare of a 25-year-old woman.
‘The woman was pronounced dead at the scene by South East Coast Ambulance Service.
‘At this stage the death is being treated as unexplained and sudden. They are now working to establish the circumstances surrounding the death.’
Is her death linked to Britain’s VIP child-abuse ring?
Her grandfather, Hughie Green, was a BBC presenter for many years.
He must have known child-raping filth, Jimmy Savile.
Hughie Green was a great fan of Margaret Thatcher, who in turn was close chums with Savile.
There have been many strange and unexplained deaths of celebs linked to the BBC.
Michael Hutchence and Paula Yates died within 3 years of each other, in apparent drug-related suicides.
Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen died in mysterious circumstances in New York.
Natasha Collins and Mark Speight both met an untimely and suspicious end.
Jill Dando was shot point-blank in the head on her doorstep, in 1999.
Were these deaths to silence witnesses who may have had knowledge of the BBC paedophile-ring and to warn others to keep their mouths shut?
According to the Tap blog:
” On 22 November 1997, Hutchence was found dead in a hotel room in Sydney. Paula Yates wrote in her police statement that Michael Hutchence was “frightened and couldn’t stand a minute more without his baby”.
During their phone conversations on the morning of his suicide he had said, “I don’t know how I’ll live without Tiger”.
Yates also wrote that Bob Geldof had threatened them repeatedly with,
“Don’t forget, I am above the law“.[
This was also the favourite saying of Jimmy Savile, whenever he was threatened with exposure.
Has Bob Geldof hoodwinked the British public, Savile-style, by pretending to be a charitable. caring, family-man?
By a strange coincidence, Bob Geldof owned the Planet 24 TV company along with gay-lord Waheed Alli and his partner Charlie Parsons.
Waheed Alli appears to have a strange hold over Parliament and is seen as a powerful behind-the scenes “fixer”, along with his pal Peter Mandelson.
Does Alli have anything to tell us about the VIP paedophile ring linked to Parliament?
At the time of the murder Jill Dando, the Crimestoppers helpline number conveniently stopped working, just when crucial evidence could have been offered.
The Crimestoppers organisation may well be a “front” organisation with sinister ulterior motives and is run by some very interesting names:
1) Nick Ross–
The former colleague of murdered presenter Jill Dando. He recently said he’d watch child-porn given half the chance. His wife Sarah Caplin, is a cousin of Esther Rantzen and a founding director of Childline. Suspicions have been raised that Childline is also a “gatekeeping” front organisation which is used to gather data on any child abuse reports that may involve VIPs.
2) Michael Ashcroft–
The controversial Tory donor who pays no tax and has non-dom status. He has been described as ruthless and “not a man to cross”. Made a Baron by the Queen.
3) Peter Imbert–
A former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police who was in charge from 1987-1993 and may have a lot of information about why child- abuse claims made between these dates were ignored. Made a Baron by the Queen.
4) Lord Waheed Alli–
The first openly gay peer in Parliament and a wealthy entrepreneur. Owns a business, Shine Entertainment, with Rupert Murdoch’s daughter Elisabeth. Is a close friend of Tony Blair. Made a Baron by the Queen.
5) Peter Clarke–
A former Metropolitan Royal protection officer in charge of guarding Princess Diana at the time of her death. Made a CBE by the Queen.
6) Sir Ronnie Flanagan–
A former Chief Inspector of Constabulary. Was previously in charge of policing in Northern Ireland and Iraq. May have a lot of information about why child-abuse rings have been covered up.
In March 2014, the Mail reported in the disturbing case of High-Court judge, Adrian Fulford, who was linked to the Paedophile Information Exchange Network.
According to Companies House, Fulford is the director of a film company called Mole Films LLP. They were responsible for the TV children’s series, Secrets of Benjamin Bear.
The company is linked to Ingeneous Media, which helps wealthy individuals avoid tax by investing money in film projects.
By a strange twist, Bob Geldof is himself a director at Ingeneous Media.
Bob Geldof is also incredibly close to Tony Blair, who in turn is incredibly close to Margaret Hodge, MP.
Margaret Hodge has this week apologised for her failings during the Islington children’s home abuse scandal, which allowed thousands of boys to be raped by VIP filth.
Is Margaret Hodge really sorry or just sorry she got caught?
Despite this scandal leading to the tragic death of Jason Swift, Hodge was never investigated and was instead, quite unbelievably, given the job of Children’s Minster, by Tony Blair. ( Lord Waheed Alli lives in Islington).
In a macabre twist of fate, her nephew Philip, was at the Warner resort in Praia de Luz when Madeleine McCann went missing.
Cliff Richard is also close to Tony Blair and may have lots to tell the police about child-abuse and the death of Jill Dando.
In a bizarre twist, Cliff also owns a home in Portugal, not far from where Madeleine McCann disappeared in 2007.
Gerry and Kate McCann were immediately given high-level support from the UK government and were assigned the help of Clarence Mitchell to act as their spokesperson.
Mitchell was one of the first reporters at the scene of Jill Dando’s murder in Fulham and no doubt works for the UK Intelligence Services.
The McCann family are themselves from Leicester and Gerry has many friends in high places in the area.
Labour peer, Greville Janner, who has worked closely with Waheed Ali, was accused of buggering a boy in care but instead of being arrested and jailed he was given a knighthood by Tony Blair.
In a macabre twist, we find that Janner nominated Bob Geldof for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1987, declaring:
” Bob Geldof is important not only for what he has done but as a symbol of that which we should all be doing”.
How very, very strange indeed.
Is there more to the mysterious death of Peaches Geldof than meets the eye?
We haven’t got a bloody clue.