Friday, November 05, 2010


King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden in Pattaya (Website for this image)

Monarchs are a bit naughty?

On 5th November 2010, we read about a king who has reportedly attended wild sex parties, sometimes hosted by a Mafia boss

(Tell-all biography of king causes stir in Sweden / The King of Sweden and bombshell sex revelations)

Carl Gustaf XVI is the King of Sweden.

His main hobby is Scouting.

Gustaf is the Scouts' World Chairman.

Gustaf loves jamborees.

But Gustaf may also like girls.

(A previous Swedish king, Gustav V, fell in love with his tennis partner, a bloke called Haiby.

(The authorities reportedly ensured that Haiby was lured into exile and put into jail.
- Sweden's scandals.)

Gustaf XVI in Oman.

A new biography, The Reluctant Monarch, suggests the present Swedish King, Gustaf XVI, a cousin of the UK's Queen Elizabeth, has spent a fortune on sex parties and strip clubs.

At the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Gustaf reportedly spent $10,000 in the Gold Club nightclub and this including two hours in a room alone with one of the strippers.

Swedish Mafia-linked club owner Mille Markovic is quoted as saying he liked having the King as a customer because it reduced the possibility of police raids.

After one particular elk hunt, Gustaf is said to have had sex with two women at the same time.

Reportedly, the Swedish secret service, Sapo, has helped Gustaf by searching the homes of women in order to confiscate ­photos taken at the King's private parties.

According to the book, "If the rolls of film and pictures aren’t turned over, some ­unpleasant things will happen".

Gustaf's son, Prince Carl Philip, befriended Sofia Hellqvist, who has posed ­wearing ­nothing but a python and a G-string.

Gustaf's younger daughter, Princess Madeleine, was once seen as a possible bride for the UK's Prince William.

­Princess Victoria is the heir to the throne.

She married her personal trainer. (dailymail.C)

Sweden has had a number of interesting scandals.

In 1994, Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad confessed to a nine-year friendship with Per Engdahl, the pro-Nazi leader of the Neo-Swedish movement. (The dark side of Swedish society)

Sweden has Nazis and child sexual abuse.

Stieg Larsson, a Swedish journalist, wrote the Millennium Trilogy of crime novels, which have Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist as leading characters.

In 2004, aged 50, Larsson died in rather mysteriously circumstances.

He had received death threats. (Stieg Larsson - encyclopedia)

Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell writes about fictional character Kurt Wallander.

Larsson and Mankel's stories refer to:

1. Neo-Nazis who collude with Sapo, Sweden's secret service. (The dark side of Swedish society)

2. The trafficking of children for sex, facilitated by highly placed lawyers and doctors. (The dark side of Swedish society)

Blomkvist investigates the brutal murder of a child, 'apparently at the hands of her rich, Nazi-sympathising family'.

Former Uppsala Police Chief Goran Lindberg has been accused of involvement in rape and a sex ring. (Ex-police chief remanded in sex ring probe / Ex-police chief suspected of pimping)

Recent headlines in Sweden include:Politician caught in teen sex scandal to step down

Prison for head of Swedish teen sex ring / Businessman held in Swedish teen sex ring

Anna Lindh, Swedish foreign minister and steadfast supporter of the Palestinian cause was assassinated in Stockholm.

There is a suspicion that Mossad has too much influence in Sweden and that from time to time it gets involved in assassinations of people who could be seen as critics of Israel.

Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was assassinated.

Gunnar Ekberg was an agent of the Swedish military intelligence agency (IB).

One of his jobs was to infiltrate left wing groups in Sweden.

Jan Guillou is a Swedish left-wing activist and journalist.

Jan revealed the existence of the Swedish military intelligence agency (IB).

Some members of the Swedish cabinet were unaware that IB existed.

IB was run by Birger Elmer.

Elmer asked his agent Ekberg: "What do we do about Jan?"

Elmer informed Ekberg: "Our Jerusalem friends offered to 'take over' his case."

A new book claims that Mossad offered to assassinate Jan, the Swedish leftist

Did Mossad help to deal with David Kelly?

Police searching for missing wife seal off Royal land



Anonymous said...

The Bernadotte's aren't royal at all (whatever that is).
Napoleon saw the chance to increase his influence when he found out the old Swedish king had no issue, offering the old king a deal; 'Let me take the throne or I'll invade and take it anyway, Want your throat slowly cut in public?'

So the old king agreed, signing the documents allowing Napoleon to put a proxy-regent on the throne (he couldn't be bothered himself, Sweden was a poor country back then, just forests and peasants).

But none of the French nobles wanted the job! As said, Sweden was a poor country, there was nothing to plunder. So Napoleon asked who was expendable, 'That idiot over there is a waste of space', he was told, fingers pointing. So Bernadotte was ordered to run Sweden for Napoleon.

It's possible the contract was time-related in case the country later proved to be of some worth (yes) and a true noble decided to take the job after all, but the Bernadotte's refuse to show it to anyone.

The Bernadotte's could be ruling Sweden under false pretences.

It is known fact the current King is a stroppy-sod, full of himself, he really does think he has a God-given right to be king, that he's something special. It was whitewashed at the time but enough came out to indicate he went ballistic when his daughter refused to marry any of the royal and noble lads standing in line and demanded to marry a commoner. But that's what he had done, wasn't it?

Rumour has it Sylvia isn't quiet the 'commoner' she was made out to be. An in-depth study of her family-tree might turn up a few surprises. But that information, if it still exists, is hidden from public gaze.

It was rumoured the Brit royals laughed in his face when he offered Victoria as Charles' new wife, and there was more than the odd splutter when he rapidly backed-off and suggested she was suitable for William!

I'm no royalist, as you may have deduced, I believe talent should be the decider, not birthright, but I'm mightily impressed at the courage shown by Victoria in standing on her guns. I think I could get to like her.

Again, no insight; but talk has it contracts were drawn-up for the marriage to take place. Very harsh contracts. Daniel will see and hear things that are not to be relayed in any way, the family secrets are to be kept so. He has also been forced to change his name to Bernadotte, this to keep the Bernadotte name as the royal line when the time comes for Vickie or one of their kids to take the throne.

Anonymous said...

As a very burned-out child and family therapist, I could only read one volume of Larrson's trilogy. "Too much like real life" I said to others who loved the works, and who refused to see it in any way other than fiction.

They think, and say, I am bonkers.

Someone commented elsewhere about wanting to go up a mountain and scream.

I sometimes just wish I could breathe my last in this cesspit and return whence I came.

Clearly, there is work to do, still.

It is in these pages, that I recognize the dynamics I have so far overcome, and for that, at least, I am grateful.

No wonder my life in the Village that I adored had nil future.

I no longer wonder.
Reading these pages I now know.

That people bow and scrape to these specimens makes me want to vomit. And scream. But that would confirm 'them' in their belief that I am mad.

So, the 'scholar's ink lasts longer than the martyr's blood'.

Keep up the great work Aangirfan.

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