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Ines Zorreguieta, 33, sister of Dutch Queen Maxima was found dead in her apartment in Buenos Aires. Zorreguieta had died of an alleged hanging, which a palace spokesman described as a "suspected suicide." Queen Maxima has cancelled all upcoming engagements and will be travelling to Argentina for her sisters funeral.

The Zorreguieta family was both controversial and extremely well connected. Queen Maxima was a recent attendee of the Davos conference, as spotted by a reporter from The Telegraph at the 2016 meeting who described seeing, "Nat Rothschild and HM Queen Maxima of the Netherlands mingled with Marc Bolland, the outgoing chief executive of Marks & Spencer, Jamie Dimon, the chairman of JP Morgan, and Sir Mike Rake, the chairman of BT Group, to name but a few."

Jorge Zorreguita, father of both Ines and Queen Maxima, was Argentina's Agricultural Minister under the regime of General Jorge Rafeal Videla, who was responsible for "large-scale human rights abuses and crimes against humanity that took place under his rule, including kidnappings or forced disappearance, widespread torture and extrajudicial murder of activists and political opponents as well as their families at secret concentration camps. An estimated 5,000[1]-30,000[2] political dissidents vanished during this period."

Ines Zorreguita was a psychologist who had worked as a researcher for the United Nations, and for Argentina's Ministry of Social Development, related to the National Secretariat for Children, Youth, and Family.

Zorreguita's Ministry of Social Development, also ran a program with PepsiCO and FUNDES starting in 2016, which according to Pepsi's website "Together with FUNDES Latin America, PepsiCo will offer professional training and will seek to integrate women into local value chains, as employees or entrepreneurs. PepsiCo Latin America will also aim to create local public-private networks to guarantee the sustainability and growth of the program, while FUNDES Latin America will create a digital platform that will serve as a center to train women and create a link with them."




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Wasn't this like last week or the week before?

Hardly a peep in the news in the states.

It's kinda a big deal, an aristocrat committing suicide.
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FACT

The European Royals hunt and kill children for sport.
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(06-13-2018, 10:02 PM)Ahanata Wrote: Wasn't this like last week or the week before?

Hardly a peep in the news in the states.

It's kinda a big deal, an aristocrat committing suicide.

Especially when you bear in mind where she was living, what she was involved in, and what her connections were. I did see one article on it, although the media are more interested in BREXIT. I noted the story because the day prior the story was in the media, I was given the name of a Dutch man, then he next day a story about a Dutch woman was in the news.

This came at time when people in the EU are battling it out, and the DUTCH representatives in the EU are backing the EU. It also came after Geert Wilders spoke in London against Islamic invasion.

That woman had everything to live for, so with international politics the way it is, it is certainly questionable.
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(06-14-2018, 06:48 AM)Guest Wrote:
(06-13-2018, 10:02 PM)Ahanata Wrote: Wasn't this like last week or the week before?

Hardly a peep in the news in the states.

It's kinda a big deal, an aristocrat committing suicide.

Especially when you bear in mind where she was living, what she was involved in, and what her connections were. I did see one article on it, although the media are more interested in BREXIT. I noted the story because the day prior the story was in the media, I was given the name of a Dutch man, then he next day a story about a Dutch woman was in the news.

This came at time when people in the EU are battling it out, and the DUTCH representatives in the EU are backing the EU. It also came after Geert Wilders spoke in London against Islamic invasion.

That woman had everything to live for, so with international politics the way it is, it is certainly questionable.

I saw it and put it in the Anthony Boudain suicide thread. I thought about making a separate thread for it but I figured we were suicided out.
I agree it looks fishy. Her dad was into some shit too if I recall my reading right. She was 33. A sacrifice maybe?
~No one walks away from this battle~ Stevie Nicks
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(06-14-2018, 08:28 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(06-14-2018, 06:48 AM)Guest Wrote:
(06-13-2018, 10:02 PM)Ahanata Wrote: Wasn't this like last week or the week before?

Hardly a peep in the news in the states.

It's kinda a big deal, an aristocrat committing suicide.

Especially when you bear in mind where she was living, what she was involved in, and what her connections were. I did see one article on it, although the media are more interested in BREXIT. I noted the story because the day prior the story was in the media, I was given the name of a Dutch man, then he next day a story about a Dutch woman was in the news.

This came at time when people in the EU are battling it out, and the DUTCH representatives in the EU are backing the EU. It also came after Geert Wilders spoke in London against Islamic invasion.

That woman had everything to live for, so with international politics the way it is, it is certainly questionable.

I saw it and put it in the Anthony Boudain suicide thread. I thought about making a separate thread for it but I figured we were suicided out.
I agree it looks fishy. Her dad was into some shit too if I recall my reading right. She was 33. A sacrifice maybe?

Could be, I don't think that Ho Anu from our community will mind me sharing, that he had dreams about the Dutch monarchy in recent years. Although he doesn't tend to share his dreams in the public domain. Another reason it is important!

Remember it is the British that saved the Dutch, and now some of the Dutch are standing against the freedom that our country helped them to gain. Not all of the Dutch but some of them. That is motive enough if the Dutch monarch is for leaving the EU.

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