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Why did The Windsors try to erase this members legacy?

So I am currently on a quest to find out about the royals the elites decided to get rid of during the 20th century. I’m assuming they saw them as in the way of installing NWO governments in the countries they ruled. Just at the start of my research, I ended up finding out about Prince John of Wales. He is the youngest uncle of Queen Elizabeth. He was an epileptic and they kept him hidden away the last 2 years of his life because of shame. They didn’t even have him attend the coronation of his parents. The thing that caught my eye was that he died at the age of 13 in 1919 and that he became almost completely forgotten after his death. It wasn’t until 1998 that his name was mentioned again.

His parent’s response to his death seems like a somewhat normal reaction but the queen’s father called his little brother an animal and felt nothing for him when he died. He then backtracked because his mistress didn’t like what he said. It probably was because John was the only one who often escaped discipline. It seems the only sibling he was actually close to was his brother Prince George. 

Anyway very little is known about him and even if he lived longer they likely would of did as much as could to keep him from marrying and having kids because his genes are considered tainted. Do you think they planned his death years before or was it a coincidence? I’m torn between this one because keeping the sick locked away was considered completely normal back then. But his parents seemed like they were so thankful for his death. I know though that he considered a royal disgrace if they left him in the dust for so long.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_John_of_the_United_Kingdom

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Christinne Radu
Christinne Radu
8 months ago
LAZ
LAZ
8 months ago

Very interesting. I always wondered about the parts of the families that weren’t caught up in taking over the world, like mine. I’m a 10th cousin to William and Harry, yet for at least the last 4 generations we haven’t been involved in their schemes. Of course, there are no big noses in our branch of the family, so that may be it.