Who are these people, anyway?

by Me

(I plugged in the above title as a placeholder for an earlier draft. But the more I researched this post, I decided that the “placeholder” was apt indeed, and should be preserved as a real title.

I know I usually use this format to designate a guest article or essay—but maybe it’s not such a bad idea that I should distance myself from the post’s conclusions, which get people like Alex Jones foaming at the mouth.)


I learned a long time ago that the Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha family had changed its name to “Windsor” during the reign of King George V by royal proclamation on July 17, 1917 (7/7/7). He supposedly made the name-change due to the anti-German sentiment in the British Empire during World War I. Now it appears that they’re not only German, but may be something far worse: Nazi-vampires.

According to the Romanian National Tourist Office, Prince Charles—heir presumptive of the thrones of a Commonwealth consisting of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland (The United Kingdom), plus about 32 countries around the world—claims distant kinship with Vlad the Impaler, the 15th century nobleman whose deeds inspired the vampire legend. Charles is a great grandson 16 times removed to Vlad the Impaler; his great grandmother Queen Mary, the consort of George V, traces her lineage back to Vlad IV, the half-brother of the notorious ruler.

“Transylvania is in my blood,” Charles said jovially in an interview on satellite television. “The genealogy shows I am descended from Vlad the Impaler, so I do have a bit of a stake in the country.” In 2006, he purchased a farmhouse in Viscri, a village in rural Transylvania, which is available as a guest house at certain times of the year. He is said to have even purchased the Castle Bran (where Vlad III lived), which thousands of tourists visit each year—but this may be an exaggeration. It is said he spends 6 months a year in Transylvania.



Another family link to Transylvania originated with Princess Marie of Edinburgh, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who went on to marry King Ferdinand I of Romania and ruled Romania after World War I.

The vampire legend is said to have been inspired by Vlad’s predilection for eating bread dipped in his victim’s blood. It has been claimed that porphyria, an iron deficiency which is also thought to lie behind the vampire myth, has run in the Royal Family for generations. Dracula means “son of the devil” in Romanian.




Vlad the Impaler. Died 1507.

– Half brother of: Vlad IV, known as Vlad the Monk. (1431 – 1495)

-Father of: Radu IV Prince of Wallachia from (1495 – 1508)

– Father of: Mircea the Shepherd. Prince of Wallachia. (1479 – 1560).

– Father of: Princess Stanca Basarab of Wallachia. (1518 – 1601).

-Mother of: Zamphira Logofat de Szazsebes. (Died 1602).

– Mother of: Adam Racz de Galgo. (Living 1609).

– Father of: Peter Racz de Galgo. (1583-1672).

– Father of: Christina Racz de Galgo.

– Mother of: Catherine (Katalin) Kuun de Osdola.

– Mother of: Ágnes Kendeffy de Malmoviz (born 1727).

– Mother of: Baron Gregor, Inczédy de Nagy-Várad (died 1816).

– Father of: Baroness Ágnes Inczédy de Nagy-Várad (1788-1856).

– Mother of: Countess Claudine Rhédey von Kis-Rhéde (1812-1841).

– Mother of: Francis, Duke of Teck. (1837–1900).

– Father of: Princess Mary of Teck, later the Queen consort of King George V (1867-1953).

– Mother of: George VI (1895 –1952).

– Father of: Queen Elizabeth II (1926).

– Mother of: Prince Charles (1948)


Now the media are going crazy since the British tabloid The Sun recently released a 1933 home movie from the Windsor archives showing the future queen (as a 7-year-old) giving the Nazi salute with her Uncle David (Edward VIII) and mother.



What will they come up with next? In the years leading up to World War II, it was a known fact that the former King Edward VIII (the Duke of Windsor) was an open admirer of the Germans and a sympathizer with the Nazi regime. During the war, Wallace and the former king were banished by the British government to Bermuda, where as governor of the islands, he could cause minimal mischief. But as the daughter of of David’s brother King George VI, the future Queen Elizabeth always demonstrated solidarity with Britain and its war aims. Her future consort Prince Philip of Greece, on the other hand, was educated in Germany and had cousins who were commanders in the SS and SA.

Prince Harry is famously known for having worn an armband and Afrika Korps costume to a 2005 “colonials and natives” party, also scooped by The Sun. “I’m very sorry if I have caused any offense,” the prince said in a statement. “It was a poor choice of costume, and I apologize.”
Princess Diana used to tell her friend Christine Fitzgerald that the Queen Mother was evil. “She actually used that word, ‘evil.’ She said she hated the Queen Mother and the Queen Mother hated her,” Ms. Fitzgerald said.
The Royal Family is even suspected of having murdered Princess Diana. Diana would almost certainly survived the car crash had she been taken immediately to one of the five major hospitals in the area. Instead, she suffered an inexplicable 1¾-hour delay from the time that the ambulance arrived at the crash site until she was delivered to the hospital only four miles away.
Princess Diana herself wrote a 1993 letter which she gave to her butler Paul Burrell as “insurance” only 10 months before her death: “This particular phase in my life is the most dangerous—my husband is planning ‘an accident’ in my car, brake failure and serious head injury in order to make the path clear for him to marry Tiggy. Camilla is nothing but a decoy, so we are all being used by the man in every sense of the word.” Tiggy Legge-Bourke is the former nanny to Princes William and Harry.
The family has let it be believed that Diana was as bonkers as the fictional Rosemary Woodhouse, and that her perception of what was going on should be ignored.


David Icke claims they’re reptilian shape-shifters (it taxes the imagination). More credibly, Alex Jones says they’re eugenicists, as disdainful and dismissive of us as of cattle in the fields. He says they’re intent on tricking us into acceptance of a future of slavery, radically-reduced populations, loss of sovereignty, and one-world-government—a family who, along with the Rothschilds, get richer, richer, and richer off of us.

I only know for sure that I don’t know. As close to the Royal Family that I ever got was once meeting Prince Philip’s brother-in-law, a German prince of the House of Hanover. Though he visited my home in Minneapolis, I never gained any insight to royals except that they are never seen to pee and they don’t expect to pay for anything… they leave both those things to us common folk.

If they’re not literal blood-suckers, they’re vampires in a metaphorical sense.


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6 Responses to “blood-suckers”

  1. 1 BobH
    July 25, 2015 at 11:52 am

    By separating the role of Head of State from the role of Head of Government, a lot of difficulty and expense is saved.

  2. 2 Hat Bailey
    July 25, 2015 at 12:04 pm

    Blood suckers is quite appropriate in this case, and inspired descriptive choice. A pathetic blood line family with much for which to answer. It’s amazing to me how gullible sleeping humans are in general. Doesn’t really take a lot of research and discernment to recognize these people for what they are, and cold blooded lizard people is certainly an apt alternate way of seeing them. In our country the example is people like George H. W. and Hillary, admired by so many of the gullible sleep walkers among us.

  3. 3 Ronnie Savill
    July 25, 2015 at 5:04 pm

    Hi Dan. Just read this for the second time. I read all of your articles. I like the way you write and I appreciate very much the way you speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves.

    But I have to ask what is the point of this article.

    Were you calling our Royal Family Nazis or indeed vampires or were you buying in to the stupid conspiracy theories. There were quite a few mentioned in that article.

    My mom loved Princess Diana. But she says that if the Princess had stayed at home with her two children and not been running after another man in Paris she would be alive today.

    Prince Philip does indeed have in laws who were in the Nazi party but he was brought up entirely in the UK he did go to school in Germany for a short time but the Nazis closed that school down as they didn’t approve. Prince Philips mother Princess Alice was declared Righteous Among the Nations by Israel as a hero who risked her life to save Jewish people during the war. She is buried in Jerusalem.

    Prince Charles does not spend time in Romania. He works very hard for his future subjects. He said he has Hungarian blood through his great great grandmother. That was on a state visit to Hungary.

    Prince Charles has been in love with Camilla since he was a teenager. The British people I would say are warming to her for Prince Charles sake we recognise he cares for his people that he will one day reign over.

    A lot of what was in that article is just old long forgotten unsubstantiated rumour.

    Prince Harry did go to a fancy dress party as a Nazi. But he works hard and is a prince to be proud of. But he isn’t always the cleverest. But he definitely meant no harm. And no offence was taken. Except by the tabloids.

    Living in a constitutional monarchy is completely different from the USA. We grow up with the Royal Family. They are part of everybody’s family in the UK and the Realms over the sea.

    I said before but it bears saying again if you were in the UK and contacted Prince Charles about any of the boys you work with or advocate for. Things would soon change for the better for each of them.

    Oh the Prince of Hannover you met he is actually a British Prince. All descendants of the Electress Sofia who died in 1714 are British Princes and Princesses and in line to the throne. But Prince George of Hannover is in a special category as he is descended in the male line.

    Go to An Online Gotha for the full family tree.

    I’m feeling vaguely that you were being a little disparaging about my Royal Family ( actually did you write that article maybe it’s not yours). Our patriotism is centred around the Royal Family and the Monarch. When you see millions out on the streets at special times like the Jubilee or the Royal Wedding or two million people outside Buckingham Palace singing Land of Hope and Glory you would know how real that connection is.

    The Sun Newspaper is owned by Rupert Murdoch who has is own agenda of trying to overthrow the monarchy. I wish he would explain what our constitutional settlement has to do with him. Rupert Murdoch for whatever reason hates the Royal Family and Britain. His news paper is scizhoprenic it publishes story’s like Prince Harry dressed as a Nazi and then back tracks really quick as the vast majority of their readers don’t actually want to see stories like that.

    So that’s my take on the article from today.

    I’m still not sure what it has to do with anything.

    Sorry Dan I just had to reply to your article. I was vaguely insulted by it.


    Sent from my iPhone


    • July 26, 2015 at 9:34 am

      Dear Ronnie,

      I’m sorry you were offended–vaguely insulted, as you say–by today’s article. It was certainly not my intention to upset anyone, save the unlikely member of the royal family who might be reading this blog.

      What is the point? Entertainment, I should say. The assertion that the Windsors are Nazi-vampires is a tongue-in-cheek thing. I don’t believe in real vampires, and the Nazi accusation is a cheap shot that is so widely used that it can be readily dismissed as the lame canard that it is.

      We Americans are not believers in the institution of monarchy, and despite our fascination with the lives of the royals and “The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” we tend to forget that there are some people in the Old World who regard the institution with a kind of trust and reverence.

      I am sorry if this explanation gives further offense, but my experience with all forms of conventional leaders–whether kings, politicians, cult gurus, etc.–demonstrates that they all have feet of clay, and the only leadership one can trust is that which arises from our own personal sovereignty and self-determination. That is why I live out here in the middle of nowhere away from anyone who presumes to assert his or her authority over me.

      I am the boss of me, and I can make just as big a mess of my life as any external leader, thank you.


  4. 5 Sam
    July 25, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Better to have a monarch than another grasping politician as head of state any day. A head of state should be politically neutral to represent every citizen, but a politician elected as head of state, especially in a full presidential system like America can never be neutral.

  5. 6 anonymouse
    July 26, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    At 94 years of age, Prince Philip has earned a pass for at least some of his gaffes; wonder what excuse Joe Biden can claim.


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