Sir Bob Geldof forecast his daughter’s death


Sir Bob was a Cassandra. He made a grim prophecy that even he did not believe. In 1979 he canticled a ballad which foretold the fate of his daughter who was as yet unconceived. This song was  a hit by the Boomtown Rats entitled ”I don’t like Mondays”. On a Monday in April 2014 his gruesome prophecy came to pass. How could he be a seer? His child Peaches killed herself by abusing a very dangerous substance.


”The silicon chip inside her head is about to overload.”

This is about the overdose in her brain.

”Daddy doesn’t understand it he always said she was good as gold”

He thought she was wonderful but she was abusing class A drugs.

”And nobody is going to go to school today she is going to make them stay at home.”

She was at home in sole charge of her 2 year old but was still mainlining. Her baby could not go to playgroup because her mother died and could not take her. The older one was at school and was not collected.

” They can see no reasons because There are no reasons. What reasons do you need?”

What reasosn did she have to inject heroin? She was a gorgeous 25 year old with a handsome and loving husband and 2 healthy children. She had a flourishing media career.

”Tell em why. I don’t like Mondays.”

She died on a Monday.


”I want to shoo-oo-oo-oot the whole day down.”’

She was shooting up.

”The telex machine is kept so clean…. I have never been so shocked by the world. ”

The news spread around the world.

”She wants to play with toys .”

We know her toy was a syringe.


”The lesson today is how to die.”

Yep – the woman learnt that all right.





About Calers

Born Belfast 1971. I read history at Edinburgh. I did a Master's at UCL. I have semi-libertarian right wing opinions. I am married with a daughter and a son. I am allergic to cats. I am the falling hope of the not so stern and somewhat bending Tories. I am a legal beagle rather than and eagle. Big up the Commonwealth of Nations.

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