I noticed a link to this documentary on Max Igan’s site http://thecrowhouse.com/home.html and the link goes dead. I noticed too a number of other links to this movie on other sites that are also dead. It’s rather telling itself the extent of suppression. What does that generally mean? There is one thing that causes anyone to suppress information. Fear of something. What might that be?
The interesting thing about fear, for us who are afraid of a particular thing occurring, such as what might happen when truth is exposed, is that the likelihood of that very thing we fear occurring increases while our fear increases. This means that by covering up something we are afraid of, we are actually helping it to be uncovered. What I mean by uncovered is not necessarily the truth of something, but the experience that a person is trying to avoid while taking measures to cover up truth. So in the end we are always working against ourselves, while we do that. Working against ourselves is basically counterproductive.
Here’s a list of removed links to the movie:
Here’s some information about the movie:
Unlawful Killing is a 2011 British documentary film, directed by Keith Allen, about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997. It was financed by Mohamed Al-Fayed and Associated-Rediffusion and premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
It argues that the British and French authorities have covered up uncomfortable facts about the crash, accuses Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret of being ‘gangsters in tiaras’, and alleges that Prince Philip has a ‘Nazi background’. It is claimed that the film would need 87 cuts to be screened in the United Kingdom, for which it is therefore not scheduled to be released. However, the director believes that it will make money in America, where conspiracy theories about the Princess of Wales’ death remain popular.
In the end though, as Jesus himself has said, it’s truth that sets us free. So the flip side to that is – the perpetuation of lies that imprison us.
Of course personally I know how difficult it is to be frank about everything that I’m afraid of. But I also know that in the end there is nothing more liberating than to let go of a weight that I’ve been dragging for so long trying to manage my life around my own fears.
If I was to live burdened or if I was to die burdened, I would know that I haven’t really lived up to what God knows I can be. Sometimes when I don’t have faith in myself, knowing the most intelligent being in the universe has faith in me, helps me know just how unreal and how insignificant my fears really are.