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Michèle, Lady Renouf (born Michèle Mainwaring)

Michèle, Lady Renouf (born Michèle Mainwaring)Twice divorced Australian born racist and Holocaust denier Michèle, Lady Renouf began her career as an actress and model. A “truckie’s daughter”, Renouf has described Judaism as a “repugnant and hateful religion” and lived in Sir Neville Chamberlain’s former home in Eaton Square during her brief marriage to Sir Frank Renouf. He is said to have described their short union as a “nasty accident” and now, today, many hope this repugnant supporter of David Irving, Nick Griffin and Fredrick Töben – who once called herself “the world’s most unsuccessful bimbo” – has one herself.

 

 

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5 comments on “Michèle, Lady Renouf (born Michèle Mainwaring)”

  1. I am surprised Mossad haven’t arranged a little accident for her. Still, perhaps best to keep her alive to show how wicked these people are. Even now, with Groening, the SS operative, testifying the truth of the Holacaust these slugs still are in denial.

  2. ‘Michèle, Lady Renouf ‘. No way. She was allowed the courtesy title ‘Lady Francis Renouf’ until Sir Frank kicked her out, six weeks into their marriage, when Australian journalists revealed to him that she is a truckie’s daughter, and not, as she had lied to him, the daughter of a hotelier who became entitled by marriage to the Russian title ‘Countess’. Having been kicked out by the knight, Sir Francis Renouf, she lost her courtesy title: the courtesy was always to him, not to her.

    (It would be interesting to know who brought her into Sir Frank’s company. She would never have hoodwinked the wily old snob on her own resources. It must have been someone who had it in for him for losing his money in the Financial Crises of 2008. Sir Frank had many enemies in Australia at the time.)

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