LIV Golf Controversy, King Juan Carlos Not Invited & The Day Lord Mountbatten Died

Episode 36,  Oct 05, 02:33 PM

Saudi Arabia's LIV Golf tour has been offering big money for American players to join. The Spanish Royal Family would rather hide the former King Juan Carlos. Lord Mountbatten, royal matchmaker, was assassinated by the IRA.

Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf tour has lured golfers from the PGA- resulting in controversy about money & human rights. The former King Juan Carlos stepped down in the favor of his son after corruption rocked his reign. The Spanish Royal Family was left red-faced when he showed up to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II without their consent. Lord Mountbatten was an influential figure in the courtship of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip as well as steering away King Charles III from Camilla. On 27 August 1979, he was assassinated by an Irish Republican volunteer for the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA).
 
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 | The Day that Lord Mountbatten Died
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