King Charles III is the boldest BBC show of the year.

#Diana’s ghost, Camilla slapping the prince, Kate as Lady Macbeth … people have been outraged by the BBC’s potentially treasonous new drama. But after watching, the response should be more ‘hooray’ than ‘off with their heads!’

An outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced … King Charles III.
An outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced … King Charles III. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

Some Tory politicians and royal biographers had frothed about the content of a piece that includes shots of Elizabeth II’s funeral procession; the ghost of Diana, Princess of Wales, speaking prophecies to her ex-husband and elder son; and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, slapping Prince William for plotting to seize the throne from his father. The objectors hadn’t seen the original play but considered even the idea lese-majesty.

Those not calling for the DG’s head were perhaps aware that the script had not been hatched by a bunch of crazed republicans in a Broadcasting House bunker. King Charles III is an adaptation of a stage play by Mike Bartlett already performed around 400 times in London and New York, transferring to the West End and Broadway after its premiere at the Almeida theatre in north London in 2014.

Such moments as Camilla’s slap and Diana’s ghost – white-dressed at the end of a long corridor beside an eerily rocking child’s rocking horse – will inevitably have caused more shock on TV, where it is easier for the potentially offended to stumble on the stuff, than in the theatre, where the response was standing ovations and award nominations.

However, TV viewers have now seen that the play is not an exercise in Spitting Image-style satire: the actors sample some mannerisms from their Windsor originals, but give imaginative portrayals, rather than Bremner-esque impressions.

Nor could the script ever be mistaken for a docudrama. King Charles III is a futuristic what-if – set in around 2022 – which becomes a political thriller, a Palace of Cards if you will, when the new monarch refuses to sign a parliamentary bill he dislikes, causing a constitutional crisis and civil unrest. Distanced not only by time but style, it is written in blank verse, Bartlett’s governing conceit being that Shakespeare had survived to characterise Charles III as he did the various Richards and Henrys.

A plausible emotive portrait … Tim Pigott-Smith’s performance avoids any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers.
Tim Pigott-Smith’s performance avoids any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

Conceived as a pastiche of dramatic tragedy, the play now trails a real one, in the sudden death last month of Tim Pigott-Smith, who played the title role on stage and screen and whose performance now becomes his memorial.

Pigott-Smith’s performance and Bartlett’s script avoid any trace of the pettiness, temper and self-indulgence attributed to Charles by biographers, offering a plausible emotive portrait of a man who has waited more than 70 years to start work, then finds himself incapable of being just a face on the stamps and banknotes. “What am I?,” Charles asks, a line that Pigott-Smith, with an agonised sigh, makes as existentially heart-wrenching as Hamlet’s To be, or not to be.

Even the constitutional crisis Charles provokes is a kindly choice. Bartlett doesn’t imagine him leading a military dictatorship or massacring modernist architects, but standing up for the freedom of the press (something that has never seemed high on the agenda of the real Prince of Wales).

And, in one sense, the play is optimistic and reassuring for monarchists. The coronation oath taken here makes the King of England monarch of territories still including Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, which only a plucky royalist would bet their Buckingham Palace garden party ticket on at this point.

Much of the play has been cut – the 90-minute TV slot is an hour shorter than the theatrical playing time – and some of the excisions make the text less challenging to BBC editorial guidelines. Rupert Goold, who directed the play in both media, admitted in an interview that the broadcaster had expressed unease with Diana’s ghost mocking Prince Charles’s suitability to rule. That speech has gone.

Electioneering politicians may be relieved as well that a speech from the play in which a kebab-seller laments the shrinking of Britain (“cut the army … squeeze the NHS … the Post Office closed … Devolution. Less and less”) becomes on TV a metaphor in which the Queen holds the UK together like the metal spit that splits a turning slab of doner meat.

Parts of the play are genuinely shocking, with the attitude of viewers depending on whether they believe living royals should be protected from fictional representation (as they effectively were in Britain until the 1980s), or conclude that inclusion in a drama can be no worse than the intrusions into their privacy the Windsors suffer regularly.

Bartlett gave his Prince Harry a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle.
Bartlett gave his Prince Harry a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle. Photograph: Robert Viglasky/BBC/Drama Republic

One pre-transmission furore concerned a line in which a nightclubber repeats gossip about Prince Harry’s paternity. But, in the context, this claim is spoken by a committed republican, who subsequently recants, and clearly represents the sort of stuff the princes have to put up with. Richard Goulding’s vulnerable, touching Harry seems a fair guess about the psyche of the fifth in line to the throne. Bartlett also gave his prince a romance with a sparky outsider, played by Tamara Lawrance, long before the real Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle.

The appearance of Diana’s ghost, as well as being a nod to Shakespearean convention, also seems a reasonable presentation of the way Charles, William and Harry are shadowed by the dead princess both historically and, as her sons have acknowledged in frank interviews, psychologically.

Whether or not you believe that William and Catherine would ever, like Cambridge Macbeths, mount a palace coup, Oliver Chris and Charlotte Riley are completely convincing in suggesting how such a conflict of loyalties would play out within the family.

King Charles III, on TV, is two different things: an outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced, especially by the BBC, but also a drama with the highest quality of acting, writing and filming. Strangely, those versions sometimes co-exist: a paper whose front page railed against the BBC for questioning Prince Harry’s DNA gave the play a five-star preview on its TV pages on the same day.





Message from Vrillion, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command.


On 26 November 1977, BBC and ITV television was interrupted by an alien claiming to be Vrillion, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command. While the authorities have dismissed it as a hoax, no evidence of it being a hoax has ever been put forward or proved.

“This is the voice of Vrillion, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you.

For many years you have seen us as lights in the skies. We speak to you now in peace and wisdom as we have done to your brothers and sisters all over this, your planet.

We come to warn you of the destiny of your race and your world so that you may communicate to your fellow beings the course you must take to avoid the disaster which threatens your world, and the beings on our worlds around you.

This is in order that you may share in the great awakening, as the planet passes into the New Age of Aquarius. The New Age can be a time of great peace and evolution for your race, but only if your rulers are made aware of the evil forces that can overshadow their judgements.

Be still now and listen, for your chance may not come again.

All your weapons of evil must be removed. The time for conflict is now past and the race of which you are part may proceed to the higher stages of its evolution if you can show yourselves worthy to do this. You have but a short time to learn to live together in peace and goodwill.

Small groups all over the planet are learning this and exist to pass on the light of the dawning New Age to you all. You are free to accept or reject their teachings, but only those who learn to live in peace will pass to the higher realms of spiritual evolution.

Hear now the voice of Vrillion, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. Be aware also that there are many false prophets and guides operating in your world. They will suck your energy from you – the energy you call money and will put it to evil ends and give you worthless dross in return.

Your Inner Divine Self will protect you from this. You must learn to be sensitive to the voice within that can tell you what is truth and what is confusion, chaos and untruth. Learn to listen to the voice of truth which is within you and will lead yourselves onto the path of evolution.

This is our message to our dear friends. We have watched you growing for many years as you too have watched our lights in your skies. You know now that we are here, and that there are more beings on and around your Earth than your scientists admit.

We are deeply concerned about you and your path towards the light and will do all we can to help you. Have no fear, seek only to know yourselves, and live in harmony with the ways of your planet Earth. We of the Ashtar Galactic Command thank you for your attention. We are now leaving the plane of your existence. May you be blessed by the Supreme Love and Truth of the Cosmos.”

If you still don’t believe we are not alone in our Solar system after watching the video below; then you really are Zombie Brain-dead.



Moai making History.

More Videos to follow up on the Waitangi Day Celebrations of the Te Tii Marae native Court Inauguration day 6 February 2017 as Symbolic Spiritual and Cultural to the original true Hapu Whanau Identity and not the Maori Pakeha Invented Myth Title and the 1840 Treaty of Wiatangi Corrupted Fraud No End date Contract that has X as signatures just to confuse and deceive the Public of New Zealand the Maori Myth Crown Corporation of New Zealand fake Invented Tribe.

PM Theresa May embroiled in SPCC scandal – Who are you going to call? TEAM SETCHFIELD

Theresa May’s judgment has yet again been called into question, having urged the people of Sussex to vote for Katy Bourne, who is now being investigated for criminal charges, relating to making a ‘false statement’ during the 2016 PCC election.

This isn’t the first time the PM’s judgment has been called in question.

Her choice of the Chair-persons to lead the historical Child-abuse Commission, have all resigned. This implies Theresa May choose individuals she knew were compromised or that her judgment is plainly weak and flawed.

Her choice of Boris Johnson as the Foreign Secretary has also been called into question; plus her weakness towards the American administration in covering up the Trident nuclear malfunction and remaining silent about Donald Trump’s ban on movement of people, from countries deemed to harbor and nurture terrorists.

Not forgetting her readiness to kill 100,000’s of innocent men, women and children in the event of a premeditated nuclear strike.

10 Downing Street have yet to comment…

Who are you going to call? TEAM SETCHFIELD

According to world businessman George Soros, Theresa May will not remain in power long; which raises the obvious question – Who will lead the country once the Witch is gone?

In a brave new world in which Trump Executive Orders are shaping a New World Order; who are you going to call to steady the ship and give the country the leadership it needs to sail these stormy waters?

The Queen had to scrap the bottom of the barrel as it was to get Theresa May, and no-one needs a wishy-washy pacifist Labour leader to go up against Trump do they?

There is only one man to save the day and that Brian Setchfield – TEAM SETCHFIELD ALL THE WAY.

Dedicated to negotiating a new contract between Crown and State, only Brian Setchfield can deliver the leadership Great Britain needs to succeed.


Team Setchfield includes the likes of Field McConnell, John Paterson, George Lees, Gordon Bower and many others. Having exposed the biggest fraud in British history – the 788-790 Finchley Road Fraud, these men (and many more) are waiting in the wings to fill the void, once all the criminal MP’s are processed and thrown in jail.

Who are you going to call? TEAM SETCHFIELD


The Persecution of the Truth Movement.


The Truth Movement finds itself as the 21st Century’s most persecuted minority 

Having grown in number since the 9/11 attacks, the Truth Movement is quickly becoming a persecuted minority comparable to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

It was only 50 years ago that homosexuality was deemed an illegal act between consenting male adults and a mere 12 years ago before being a transgender person was recognised as legal in Law.

The LGBT community suffered years of victimisation and persecution, (and still does in Muslim countries) the same of which is happening to the Truth Movement today in the UK and America.

The Truth Movement is being persecuted as once was the LGBT Community

Made up of people from all walks of life and from across the world, the Truth Movement is a collection of like-minded people who disbelieve the official narratives of government and believe what the majority of mainstream society deem as impossible. You only need to check out Youtube to watch the thousands and thousands of videos calling into question the moon landings, the shape of the Earth, the make up of space, technology, history, politics and medicine.

Take for example David Icke and Chris Spivey, both leading men in the Truth Movement. David Icke believes in a reptilian race which has existed alongside modern man, but has been ridiculed and dismissed as a loony; while Chris Spivey has been convicted of harassment for calling into question the alleged murder of Lee Rigby in Woolwich, branded a ‘Twisted Conspiracy Theorist’ by the UK’s national newspapers.

Telling the truth is a revolutionary act

In George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984, he wrote, “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Nothing could be further from the truth today.


Millions of people across the world don’t believe the government’s version of what happened on 9/11 and 7/7. Just as the LGBT community fought for their beliefs to be adopted by society at large, the Truth community find themselves in the same position.

David Cameron shamelessly spoke at the U.N Security Council, and labelled anyone who believes there’s a global conspiracy being commanded by a Jewish cabal, as non-violent extremists. While millions of law-biding people across the world believe just that, and are thrown to the wolves labelled anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic.

The fact Chris Spivey’s 2015 conviction of harassment against the family of murdered soldier Lee Rigby was upheld, equates to the government convicting a homosexual man of homosexuality.

You cannot force a homosexual man to be heterosexual; nor can you force a transgender person to conform to the gender they were born with, but in today’s society, anyone who disbelieves the official government’s narrative can be branded a criminal and be persecuted and ridiculed by a compliant press.

Catch 22

In the same way you cannot force a gay man to be straight, you cannot force someone to deny their truth, once they’ve woken up to it. Spivey’s conviction of harassing the Rigby family was upheld on the strength that Lee Rigby existed and that his murder was not a conspiracy, but Spivey and millions more, will never stop believing that Lee Rugby never actually existed and that his murder was a conspiracy.

Having come to this conclusion through research and a critical analysis of the events on the fateful day in Woolwich on May 22 2013, Spivey published his article ‘The Drummer Man,’ which has never been debunked. He simply conducted his research and published his findings.

While the mother of Lee Rigby, Lyn Rigby says, “It suggests that my grieving family has somehow done something wrong,” the fact that Spivey suggests she has done something wrong, (with the assistance of Crown and State) reveals the Catch 22.

‘The Drummer Man’ article has never been properly investigated in a court of Law, which in itself suggests that yes indeed, something terribly wrong exists at the very heart of the British Establishment and its judicial system.

The Truth Movement demands their rights too…

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