Andrew Allison

Diana inquiry

In Diana, Lord Stevens on December 14, 2006 at 6:29 pm

So, Lord Stevens has finally reported after three years of intensive investigation. And the result? The car crash that killed Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed was a tragic accident. I could have told you that three years ago. If there was a conspiracy on the part of any security services, they would have covered their tracks so well, Lord Stevens would never have stood a chance. This report has been a complete waste of money. The paparazzi were probably the people who were the most responsible. If it wasn’t for them, plans would not have been changed and a drunken chauffer would not have been unexpectedly called to drive the two of them away from the Ritz. But if we blame the paparazzi, then those who buy the publications that contain those photographs are just as culpable. Personally, I couldn’t give a damn what ‘celebrities’ get up to, but it seems there are many people who do.

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  1. interesting…

  2. In what way interesting?

  3. Bottom line: a drunk driver was driving 60-90 mph in a 30 mph zone and crashed into a barrier. End of discussion. No assassin on a grassy knoll, no Prince Philip hit squad, no alien abductions.

    The late Quentin Crisp spoke truthfully, if bluntly, that Princess Diana’s fast and shallow lifestyle contributed to her own demise: “She could have been Queen of England — and she was swanning about Paris with Arabs. What disgraceful behavior. Going about saying she wanted to be the queen of hearts. The vulgarity of it is so overpowering.” (Atlanta Southern Voice, 1 July 1999).

    Or to put it more kindly, both Diana and her brother, Charles Spencer, probably suffered from borderline personality disorder (BPD), rooted in their mother’s abandonment of them when they were young children. For Charles Spencer, BPD expressed itself as insatiable sexual promiscuity (his wife was divorcing him at the time of Diana’s death). For Diana, BPD expressed itself as intense insecurity and an insatiable need for attention and affection (which even the best husband could never have fulfilled). These sowed the seeds of her fast lifestyle and her tragic fate.

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