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Title: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Zeynab on June 30, 2018, 04:37:53 am

British royals:  The weirdest skeleton in an untidy closet.

That little 92-year-old lady with her diamond studded tiara had some really terrible ancestors.  Other than her high life on welfare as a proponent of slave drivers, she is also presumably the grand-niece of a serial killer who terrorized London for five years during the late 1880s proving the "perfection" of the "blue-blooded royals" she is so proud of.


'Queen' Victoria's grandfather (George III), nicknamed "Mad King George" suffered from an acute inherited mental illness called porphyria (presently known as bipolar disorder).  In plain terms, he was a stark lunatic.  Victoria herself was feared by the palace staff and also her family for frequent and abnormal outbursts of her very fiery temper.  Yet these aren't the worst skeletons in the 'royal' closet.

Prince Albert Victor (aka Duke of Clarence) was an ancestor of the present Queen. He was strongly suspected of being the same man as Jack the Ripper.  If royal lovers had to choose one topic never to discuss, that would be the story of Albert Victor, grandson of Victoria, who had herself expressed disappointment over the "dissipated" life of her grandson in her personal diary. 

Who was 'J' the 'R' ?

"Jack the Ripper" was an unidentified serial killer in Britain from 1888 to 1891; he had an obsession for mutilating his victims.  It was a title he gave to himself in anonymous letters he wrote to the police.  Even the famous Scotland Yard couldn't solve his grisly murders.  It seemed the killer had a drive to particularly target prostitutes in London's red light district of White Chapel.  He apparently had a knack to evade arrest and was never caught.  The police often received letters, challenging and taunting them to apprehend him.  He reportedly wrote letters to the police announcing the day and time of his planned killings.   The police would find the murdered victims on those specific days and times, yet they never got close to nabbing the killer.  Were the Brit police really that incompetent or were they compelled to act as such?

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FBI's probe on J the R (

Who was Prince Albert Victor or Duke of Clarence?   

Victoria was married to a German named Albert Saxe-Gotha Coburg in 1840.  These two bred like roaches and produced some nine or ten kids.  One of them was Edward (the 7th) who succeeded his mother, Victoria.  This man had six kids.  Two of them were George (the 5th) and his younger brother, Albert Victor,  the grandsons of Victoria.   Albert Victor was second in the line of succession to the British throne.  His elder brother, George (the 5th), who later became king, had a son named George (the 6th). This man had a daughter named Elizabeth II.  She is the same parasite living in Buckingham Palace at present, gorging on the taxpayers' money with her entire clan.  Connect the dots to arrive at the Ripper's "royal" bloodline.     Elizabeth's father was the Ripper's nephew.  Elizabeth is his grand-niece.  Charlie Windsor ("Prince of Wales") is his great-grand nephew and Willie is the Ripper's great-great grand nephew.


As a child, Albert Victor was known to be an incredibly slow learner, similar to what  would be referred to as 'autism' in modern times.  As a young adult, he was a man steeped in debauchery with no control over his carnal desires and known for having a bizarre temperament.  According to several biographers, he visited a male brothel in his early 20s that gave rise to the Cleveland Street scandal (  (scroll down the "who was involed list").  When that story began swirling around London, his solicitors had to commit perjury and obstruction of justice to clear Albert's name.  He then frequently visited female brothels namely in the White Chapel area at London's East end (where all of the Ripper's murders occurred) spending time with different prostitutes.  He was also infamously rumored to have fathered a child from a theater girl, Maude Richardson, birthname Louisa Lancey.  The following screenshot of the letter at NewRoyalty Blog ( explains it.


Below: Cleveland Street Scandal list screenshot.

As expected, royal faithfuls vehemently reject the connection between Albert Victor and Jack the Ripper as "fictional portrayal" or "load of rubbish" with unsubstantiated, complicated stories and dubious logic .... going as far as producing false alibis.  A careful study of the man's temperament and the licentious life he led, makes it highly probable, if not definite, that it's a very truthful portrayal.  Most impartial biographers are of the view that Albert Victor was the Ripper.  His name is among the 15 suspects who could have been Jack the Ripper.   The purpose of mentioning the other names is largely to distract the public so that Albert Victor appears as a mere suspect rather than the obvious killer.   British authorities have also tried to dump the blame on an "influx of Irish immigrants" in the mid 1880s in major cities of England including London's East End.   But again, that turned out to be a baseless presumption without a shred of evidence to work on.

At age 25 Albert Victor was sent on a royal tour to India for seven months.  His grandmother was hopeful that his long absence from Britain would help cool the sordid scandals shaming  her and their family.  In India, he started a love affair with a married woman, Mrs. Margery Haddon, wife of a British civil engineer stationed in India temporarily.  Soon after, Mrs. Haddon gave birth to a boy and stated publicly that Queen Victoria's grandson, Albert Victor  (Duke of Clarence),  was the father of her child.  She named the boy Clarence.  Her statement was quickly trashed in Britain over unproven allegations that Mrs. Haddon was "an alcoholic" and nothing she said could be trusted, even though British officials admitted that the couple had a long and intimate relationship in India.  When the boy grew up, he went public in the 1920s telling the world that Albert Victor was his father.  He also wrote a book titled "My Uncle George" referring to Albert Victor's brother, George (the 5th), who was then the king.  Many copies of this book were sold.  His statements were hurriedly rejected as 'false and discrepant' with  allegations that he was trying to blackmail the royal family. Prosecutors also claimed he was suffering from delusions and was given a court order for three years on the condition that he made no claim that he was Albert Victor’s son.  But the young man breached the condition and was jailed for a year.   He then disappeared from the limelight.   Not much is known of what happened later, except that he was quite definitely a Saxe-Gotha Coburg and not a Haddon.

Albert Victor, the alleged J. the R., died in 1892 at age 28.  The official version said he died of "pneumonia"  which was patently false.   Several biographers have opined he died of STD (most likely syphilis) he contracted quite early in life because of his very promiscuous lifestyle.  It affected his brain which led to an unhinged mind prone to violence, though it was also assumed he was inherently inclined to sadism toward prostitutes.

Albert Victor's death at age 28 marked the end of a very lewd and wanton life, described as "dissipated life" by his own grandmother.  After 1892 there were no more incidents of those grisly murders in White Chapel.

In 1970 British physician, Dr. Thomas Stowell, stated that Queen Victoria's grandson quite certainly suffered from STD that drove him erratic and led him to commit the murders.

Two years later in 1972, British crime writer, Michael Harrison, stated there was not "the slightest evidence" the prince had syphilis.  However, the most damning evidence discarding Michael Harrison's opinion popped up early 2016 when at least two original handwritten letters from Victor Albert written to his doctor were discovered and their photo shots published in Daily Mail ( and The Sun ( with irrefutable evidence that the Queen's grandson had contracted gonorrhoea.  Writes Daily Mail: "Jack The Ripper suspect Prince Albert Victor is revealed to have been suffering from gonorrhoea – most likely caught from a prostitute.  He has always been suspected as perhaps being famous London killer.  But repeatedly ruled out because he was never thought to have an STD."   

You can see the images of the original handwritten letters from Albert Victor to his doctor at Daily Mail. (

Published in The Sun, ( British auctioneer, Richard Davie, said:  "These must be the first documents ever to reveal a member of the royal family had contracted a sexually transmitted disease most probably from a prostitute. But when you add in the mystery and intrigue surrounding Prince Albert Victor's connection with the Jack the Ripper enquiry then these letters become even more significant and interesting.  I'm no legal expert but a written document that would appear to back up a motive for a murder suspect would be worthy of closer scrutiny by investigating police officers today."  Had he been anyone else or from any other country, the British media and tabloids would be casting aspersions for months if not years.  But knowing who he was, the publication of the original letters was forgotten the next day.

This woman, a London prostitute named Mary Kelly, was reportedly the only one whose remains were photographed at the crime scene.  Hlntv slideshow. (

The title "Duke of Clarence" has had the longest vacancy ever.   It hasn't been given to any member of royal family after Albert's death in 1892.  The most recent aristocratic titles given to William and wife in May 2011 and Harry and his wife in May 2018 were Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex, respectively, even though Clarence was available.  It has been available for the last four generations.    It's presumed that that title has "bad memories."  Quite an understatement.   It has spine-chilling memories. 

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Heba E. Husseyn on June 30, 2018, 05:11:17 am

Whoa  ;D :D ;D :D   What a "blue-blooded family!"  cllaapin

These degenerates adore scandals when it's about others.  But look at the silence when it involves their own debauches and lunatics ... this one was a dangerous mado, ha?   Poor rich little Lizzie.   Such a ghastly skeleton to live with for 92 years of her life ..... so she thought becoming an accomplished slave driver wouldn't be too bad in comparison.

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Zeynab on June 30, 2018, 05:12:29 am

LOL .....

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: N. Truth Seeker on June 30, 2018, 06:31:40 pm

Shameful! .... to say the least.  For the slave driver lot, murder and sexual promiscuity is as normal as having a cup of tea for a decent person, so all they were interested in was to keep it a secret so that the "royal" title doesn't get tarnished in the eyes of the Brit-Goths and their foolish subjects.

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Ruhi_Rose on July 04, 2018, 01:08:06 am

Shito shit!!   This is scary  :o    Lizzie and son Charlie have spooky links.   Alberto ripper's genes gotta be lurking within some of those descendents down the four generations.  Can those genes stay dormant for much longer before getting active in the fifth of sixth generations?  Royal keepers keep an eye of Willie's kids as they grow  ;D

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: N. Truth Seeker on July 04, 2018, 01:12:10 am

Ahahaahaha  :D ;D :D     

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: N. Truth Seeker on August 19, 2019, 01:17:30 am

Just as they hid the clear link between Albert Victor and Jack the Ripper, so now Andrew Windsor's blatant connections with the shamed late billionaire, Jeffrey Epstein, the sex offender, sex addict and criminal who sexually abused minor girls and also provided girls and minor girls to the rich elites - including Andrew Windsor - is being hidden. 

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Heba E. Husseyn on August 19, 2019, 01:24:14 am

Exactly .....  what a shame!    British media is the lowest of the low, protecting whoever it chooses to suit the existing political backdrop.    As the years pass by, the concept of justice gets pushed lower down the rung of the ladder.  This dead beast had been a sex criminal for years.   How come such a depraved creature never got any convictions earlier to put him in prison for life?  Instead, he continued to entertain his sick lust and along with it also entertained the depraved aristocracy.   Too shameful to put in words.

Btw, that billionaire buddy of A. Windsor was also a close pal of another utter disgrace to humanity, son of KKK militant, DT @ the WH.

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: N. Truth Seeker on August 19, 2019, 01:35:39 am

When morals begin to disappear in a community, so does the concept of justice and the rule of law. 

And spot on about that son of KKK militant in the WH.    

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Zeynab on August 19, 2019, 01:39:27 am

InshAllah, hopefully that sick criminal, sex addict and friend of Andrew Windsor is now rotting in the lowest depth of Hellfire with Pharaoh and Abu Lahab.  His billions of dollars will help to light the inferno in Hell for his burning.   And InshAllah, that criminal's clients will meet the same fate on the Day of Judgement.   


Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: N. Truth Seeker on August 19, 2019, 01:41:03 am


Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Heba E. Husseyn on August 19, 2019, 01:44:47 am

Ameen, ameen.

Title: Re: Duke of Clarence or Jack the Ripper?
Post by: Ruhi_Rose on August 19, 2019, 06:21:54 pm

Ameen ya Rab.

This is absolutely SICKENING !!!!