Conspiracy Talk Archive April 23 2012

 

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23 Apr 2012 22:38:31
Anyone have any thoughts on the guy seconded to MI6 found dead and the current inquest?

It has a sinister undertone in my opinion.

Paragon

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If I'm thinking of the same person, he was apparently extraordinarily good at maths.
Maybe was a bit too successful on cracking a code?
For me it's got a bit of a Russian feel about it, don't know why though.

Supasub

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Any time a agent dies it is going to arouse suspicion, i will reserve judgement untill we hear the facts that are allowed to come out,why i say that is the type of job these people do has prob a very high rate of suicide with the stress and the things they see.
frankyscouse

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Probably was going to blow the lid on something, of became aware of inf he wasnt supposed to have.

Matt_RFC

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I've heard whiskers he was dealing with 'communication' methods, and have no doubt he was symbolically placed in that red sac.
Spying between nations is reputedly finished, perhaps due to larger agendas, perhaps that they have all infiltrated each other, likely both at least. It is Corporations which do a lot of spying on each other these days.
Apart from that and what Matt says i have nothing else to add atm 'cause i just don't know.

TRP.

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Frankyscouse, I think being found in a padlocked holdall is enough evidence to rule out suicide.
It would have been extremely difficult for him to get in that position himself.

BFTT

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I also believe as TRP said, that there is a symbolic or calling card nature to be stuffed into a bag.

I've read that the scene had been sanitised and devoid of clues....all very intriguing.

Paragon

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Bftt i never meant this case as suicide i meant in general as for this case it could have been many things not connected with mi6 but i do agree its suspisous hence waiting for more facts.
frankyscouse

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Russian spies were after him so he hid his body just in case lol

JWalk

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Nothing proved CASE CLOSED...
with him inside..

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23 Apr 2012 21:41:50
Ed and people of this site can i just thank you all for waking me up properly, after so many years of my life convinced things werent as they seemed this site has directed me to watch so many documentrys that have proved without a shadow of a doubt that i was right to be sceptical about what is percieved by so many people to be the reality of situations. My only concern is, and i want other peoples opinions on this, when you talk to people that believe all what the mainstream media spouts out what you feel is going on in the world they just discredit your opinions without blinking an eye. I have seen this happen time and time again and none are willing to watch or read up on anything I tell them will open their eyes. Its so frustrating and like hitting you head against a brick wall , anyone else have this problem?

AH72

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People cant wake up if they did not initially want to wake up...if that makes sense. Take your self, you always knew something was not right so was prepared to listen and open your eyes! IMO this site has been a success if only one person wakes up after reading through it. Well done eds and posters.

JWalk

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Ah72 just continue what you have been doing,even if one person takes notice that person could do the same thing,as for the other people who don't seem to care, i dont blame them,i just think there are to many things to worry about in the world we live in today, ie jobs/inflation/petrol/wars, it takes centre stage to the corrupt people who dictate how the world is run,
frankyscouse

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@JWalk, I see exactly what you mean, if someone isn't aware they are sleeping then they think that the dream is real and are unable to waken up, makes perfect sense. And frankyscouse, I will continue to tell people what I believe is going on in the hope that they will eventually see the bullcrap that politicians and mainstream media are telling them though I wont force it upon them as if it a religion, if they accept it then fine if not then they can continue to be part of the many sheep that follow blindly without ever asking the serious questions that need to be given real answers.

AH72

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I think a lot of people know things arent right but the penny never drops, or they actually dont care. I was listening to the radio yesterday (talksport) and a guest said in a comedy sense "If I wanted to hear a load of lies, I listen to the chancellor explaining our economy" they all laughted in the studio then carried on talking about cutbacks or something. I just thought that now we are in a state of mind where we fully except to be shafted and lied to. The problem is in this world of corruption and capitalism is that the people who actually have any power to do something, couldnt care less about the truth because the system is treating them well. Its been about 4 - 5 years now sinse I realised that a 20 note in my hand is a voucher for something, a piece of paper that says the bank of England owe you twenty pounds, never mind Wall st and the stock exchange, the country is just a trading pit where we are all trading worthless paper assets every day of our lives.

Matt_RFC

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23 Apr 2012 20:36:00
Just found out that the village where I live, gorebridge, has an alien UFO base type thing, anyone else hear or know of anything fishy that might be going on around here?

Sopac4lyfe

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Is that gorebridge near Edinburgh ! Is that not near Rosslyn Chapel ?

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Yeah it sure is, it's about 12 miles from Edinburgh, rosslyns a beautiful chapel, there are a few YouTube videos about the alien sightings but my iPhone won't play them, I was just curious to see if anyone else had any information

Sopac4lyfe

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Me from last post, there is a lay line that runs through chateau le rennes in the south of france to rosslyn, is a lay line not the source of light and energy and these 2 chapels ( if u know the real Da Vinci code story ) are very very important to the new world order, holy grail and stuff, i sometimes work in Edinburgh and a guy from Dalkeith was saying the same thing today about the UFOS in gorebridge, but did not anymore than that...

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Sorry, forgot to mention, the Da Vinci code was taken from a book called The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, really good read..

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23 Apr 2012 18:17:26
Being english is about driving a german car to an irish pub for a belgian beer, then on the way home, grabbing an indian curry or a turkish kebab, to sit on a swedish sofa and watch USA shows on a japanese tv, and most of all being suspicious of anything Foreign. Oh and only in england..can you get a pizza to your home faster then an ambulance. Only in England do banks leave both doors open but chain the pens to the counter. Supermarkets make sick people walk to the back of the shop for prescriptions whilst healthy people get their fags at the front.

A generic facebook message but by god is it true......
Why oh why do we celebrate st patrick and not st george

Stee

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England have invaded so many countries and tried so many times to take over the world that they are obviously not satisfied with their own race and jealous of others. I therefore wonder why people are surprised by these things. I for one would be ashamed to be English knowing its history and what it has done to others.

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You should be thankful every day for being British but praise the lord you are English. Hallelujah!

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I am by no means english but i think its quite harsh to say you would be ashamed to be english just because people are bprn on that land that happens to be called england doesnt mean there all bad people thats demonising an entire country and i dont think anyone has a right to Do that
Coming from a scot i dont care where you live if your a good human then thats all that should matter
Jedimindtricks

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Being born English is like winning the Lottery of life!

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Being born is winning the lottery of life
Jedimindtricks

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England have invaded so many countries and tried so many times to take over the world that they are obviously not satisfied with their own race and jealous of others. I therefore wonder why people are surprised by these things. I for one would be ashamed to be English knowing its history and what it has done to others.

I'm half swedish but I'm a proud Englishman as I was born in this country also acknowledging my scandinavian side. To suggest I should be ashamed to be English because of history is nonsense.
Speaking with a perspective from say sweden who are very proud themselves, they envy English culture & fairness amongst other things. Take any country and there will be something according to you (no name) that they should be ashamed of including yours.
Take Sweden, considered a sit on the fence country, historically considered neutral to all conflicts. They just so happen to have made an awful lot of bullets for a very long time. Should they now go around feeling ashamed apologising. i think not.
Should I also feel ashamed towards Black people and women because of our history?
Should I expect someone German to feel ashamed in front of me? no.
Your entitled to your perspective, but I think it's a bit narrow and you could do with having a quiet word with yourself.

Proud Englishman with a bit of Viking.

Supasub

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Is that you abu? take a hint we don't like you either please leave at your earliest convenience! lol

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I'm Scottish, but surly its the people who run England, not the English people who are the cause of the bad things, remember the royal family are german and the rothchilds are well, not from England, khazerian (spelling) i think !

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I am not proud of being English , in fact i couldn't give a toss about other people's empire building or dodgy military victories. I have played no part in them . Being patriotic makes people very easy to manipulate as history has illustrated time and time again.

JR

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Well said JR We are humans doesnt matter what part of the world that is divided up by water you were born in, or what fairy story about silly gods You beleive. I think the original poster was trying to say he would be ashamed of being English because of our history or maybe the current foreighn policy, the british Empire and the crusades for instance, maybe things like slavery. Do you know most Kids dont know why for instance people in Jamaca are mostly black ? They dont teach them things like that at school the curriculum comitte must be ashamed ? Its not the peoples fault we are just born here, but I am also ashamed of our history and current rulers.

Matt_RFC

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I for one don't approve of our history but in all honesty, in a time where seemingly everyone wanted war, we came out on top. WOOP.

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