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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:15 pm

Dutchy wrote:
Hey, I still want my wisky, my good fellow, won it fair and square :D


Here, have a drink with me:
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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:30 pm

neutrino wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
Hey, I still want my wisky, my good fellow, won it fair and square :D


Here, have a drink with me:
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cheers mate, but no ice :D
Many happy landings, greetings from The Netherlands!
 
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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:58 am

Dutchy wrote:
cheers mate, but no ice :D


True connoisseur of heavenly poison, eh? Here you go:
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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:58 pm

neutrino wrote:
Dutchy wrote:
cheers mate, but no ice :D


True connoisseur of heavenly poison, eh? Here you go:
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Thanks. Now Spyhunter :D
Many happy landings, greetings from The Netherlands!
 
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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Tue Mar 28, 2017 9:51 am

I do indeed owe Dutchy a whisky! I thought that the Dutch PM was given very timely help by the Turkish Govt, which is pretty much run from Berlin, who were of course anxious to keep Gert out.

Happily German machinations in London were not so successful, and the assassination attempt on Theresa May failed!

Stalin was taken out by the Russian GRU after they discovered the existence of the DVD and the fact that he was a German agent, hence the attacks on the Red Army and Russia's lack of preparedness for WW2. Churchill didn't know that Joe was working the Germans, indeed talking to his late grandson in the Navy Club in Mayfair a couple of years before his untimely death it is clear that poor old Winnie was kept in the dark until he died.

I like to deliver on my promises Dutchy, so let me know when and where I can buy you that drink!

Sorry I've been slow in replying, but it's been a busy couple of weeks. Assassination attempts invariably increase my workload.
 
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Re: MH370 & MH17: Spyhunter theories for his fans

Tue Mar 28, 2017 12:01 pm

Spyhunter wrote:
Happily German machinations in London were not so successful, and the assassination attempt on Theresa May failed!

Stalin was taken out by the Russian GRU after they discovered the existence of the DVD and the fact that he was a German agent, hence the attacks on the Red Army and Russia's lack of preparedness for WW2. Churchill didn't know that Joe was working the Germans, indeed talking to his late grandson in the Navy Club in Mayfair a couple of years before his untimely death it is clear that poor old Winnie was kept in the dark until he died.

Wow, Spyhunter in full swing...

Spyhunter wrote:
I like to deliver on my promises Dutchy, so let me know when and where I can buy you that drink!

A drink?!?! You owe him a full bottle...
 
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:33 pm

Spyhunter what about the luna landings?
 
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 4:44 pm

georgiabill wrote:
Spyhunter what about the luna landings?

As in Luna 1.2.3.....17 ( Lunochod 1) ... 21( Lunochod 2 ) ..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luna_prog ... hievements

?
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:14 pm

georgiabill wrote:
Spyhunter what about the luna landings?

He already commented on the lunar landings. Don't be disappointed - he thinks they really happened...
 
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 8:59 pm

N14AZ wrote:
Spyhunter wrote:
I like to deliver on my promises Dutchy, so let me know when and where I can buy you that drink!

A drink?!?! You owe him a full bottle...


True and easier to arrange ;)
Many happy landings, greetings from The Netherlands!
 
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Tue Apr 11, 2017 7:32 pm

I'll make it a double then! And Single Malt too! Dutchy - let me know next time you're headed to Little Old England. I daresay you land here from to time to time.

The lunar landings happened, at least the American ones did. The flags and the laser reflectors are still up there, where the Apollo astronauts left them. Remember I've had the privilege of meeting two Apollo mission commanders, General Tom Stafford and Captain Jim Lovell, both very fine men.

Jim's spacemanship after the murderous Germans sabotaged his spacecraft was outstanding. The survival of the Apollo XIII crew was a huge blow to the German DVD. I still have an Apollo XIII patch, which a nice lady from NASA was handing out at a space conference, and a book signed by Jim Lovell.

Sorry again about the delays in replying. After the failed German attempt to assassinate Theresa May there came the false flag gas attack in Idlib Province.

General McMaster is toast. It's now been confirmed that the agent used was NOT Sarin, but either chlorine or a chlorine compound like phosgene. Nothing to do with Damascus - no wonder Pooters was looking so chipper on the evening news. He's really going to hammer the State Department and the Foreign Office over this.

The attack was co-ordinated by Turkish Intelligence, using local al Qaeda assets. We've had people on the ground at Khan Shaykhun and they've got the name of the operational commander, a bird colonel in Turkish Intelligence.

I rejected both Sarin and Syrian government involvement in an article published on Sunday night. By Monday night VT went public with the name of the Turkish intel guy and the leader of the terrorist unit responsible. Putin and Lavrov have seen the VT report, and my article, and went on the offensive today.

The Russians have some good WMD scientists, who have been able to rule Sarin out conclusively. Apart from anything else Sarin can be absorbed dermally - had it been used the medical staff would be dead.

Copies of my article are now circulating on the Hill and in the House of Commons. A back-channel copy for the White House went out a few hours ago.

Boris Johnson and Rex Tillerson are being made to look like house-trained idiots, no offense intended. Only way out for Tillerson is to blame Langley and McMaster. HUGE implications for CIA - they called this one spectacularly wrong and will I am sure be made to pay the institutional price for the greatest intelligence blunder of the 21st century so far. CIA never learnt the lessons of their failures to report the links between Saddam and 9-11 and their screw-up over Iraq's WMD programs, which by the way included both chlorine and phosgene. They tend to politicise intelligence and did so in this case, distorting their analysis in an attempt to match the intel to the agency's political priorities, which in this case included worsening US/Russian relations. They abandoned objectivity completely and produced politically-motivated trash, which is now falling apart like trash intel reports always do when serious intelligence professionals get involved.
 
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Thu Apr 13, 2017 3:42 pm

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I'll make it a double then! And Single Malt too! Dutchy - let me know next time you're headed to Little Old England. I daresay you land here from to time to time.


That is quite disappointing. ;)
Many happy landings, greetings from The Netherlands!
 
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 10:59 am

Oh dear, did I promise a bottle? I'm only a poor, humble lawyer!

It is a great pity that Hollywood does not make greater use of people with aircraft recognition skills - an old episode of Ironside (No Motive For Murder, 1971) was rerun in England this week, on ITV4. Ironside flies to Tokyo and in one of the more spectacular aircraft continuity boo-boos he changes mid-fight from a Boeing Stratocruiser to a 747!

The producers then go on to depict a US amphibious assault in the Pacific by using footage of a British Town-class cruiser, complete with Battle Ensigns, from that fine war movie The Battle of the River Plate!

I was right about Syria - a complete phoney.
 
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:00 am

Oh dear, did I promise a bottle? I'm only a poor, humble lawyer!

It is a great pity that Hollywood does not make greater use of people with aircraft recognition skills - an old episode of Ironside (No Motive For Murder, 1971) was rerun in England this week, on ITV4. Ironside flies to Tokyo and in one of the more spectacular aircraft continuity boo-boos he changes mid-fight from a Boeing Stratocruiser to a 747!

The producers then go on to depict a US amphibious assault in the Pacific by using footage of a British Town-class cruiser, complete with Battle Ensigns, from that fine war movie The Battle of the River Plate!

I was right about Syria - a complete phoney.
 
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:30 am

Moose135 wrote:
Oh, I've learned a lot already...


Let me guess, what you have learned made you a huge proponent of government sponsored mental health programs?

This thread is like passing a horrible wreck on the highway.


I just come here to see how powerful Germany is :D

best regards
Thomas
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:05 pm

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I just come here to see how powerful Germany is :D

best regards
Thomas

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I stayed for the Greek tragedy.
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:08 pm

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I'm only a poor, humble lawyer!

Please provide your definition of humble. :-)
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 2:27 pm

petertenthije wrote:
Spyhunter wrote:
I'm only a poor, humble lawyer!

Please provide your definition of humble. :-)


Scale goes from "James Britt Donovan" down to Matt666 ? ;-)
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Sat Apr 15, 2017 6:58 pm

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Oh dear, did I promise a bottle?

May I take the unsolicited, self-granted liberty of chipping in as a follower of the exchanges between you two fine gentlemen? The bet was agreed circa five months ago and as we are not getting any younger, (I am assuming all three of us are above fifty), details of certain not-so-important matters might slip our minds. So allow me to dig out and refresh the relevant facts pertaining to the points of the agreement. Here we go:
Dutchy wrote:
But lets make it interesting. If you want to put your money were your mouth is, let's put a good bottle of wiskey on it, whether Wilders / PVV is going to be the largest party in the '17 Dutch national elections. Deal?!

Spyhunter wrote:
Deal! Or would you prefer a bottle of Bols, if I lose?

Dutchy wrote:
Nope, no Jenever for me, don't like it, I prefer a smooth Scottish one ;-).


I note that you gentlemen reside in different countries but in these days of e-commerce, it is at the tips of our fingers to place an order of tons of stuffs and have them delivered to the vast majority of countries in the world. If you don't mind me being a busybody, I would like to respectfully suggest that Spyhunter order a bottle of whiskey, the type of which is to be mutually agreed, from one of the many online sellers based in the Netherlands and have it delivered to Dutchy's to-be-specified address.QED!
Here's one of the many examples of online whisky dealers:
https://www.whiskysite.nl/en/ and also a sample page; https://www.whiskysite.nl/en/search/singleton/

I am only an occasional whisky drinker (haven't touched it in years till recently) but a few months ago I happened to have won a bottle of Singleton (pic below) at a dinner event. It taste good and I would recommend it but then I am no authority on whiskys.
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Sun Apr 16, 2017 2:23 pm

neutrino wrote:
Spyhunter wrote:
Oh dear, did I promise a bottle?

May I take the unsolicited, self-granted liberty of chipping in as a follower of the exchanges between you two fine gentlemen? The bet was agreed circa five months ago and as we are not getting any younger, (I am assuming all three of us are above fifty), details of certain not-so-important matters might slip our minds. So allow me to dig out and refresh the relevant facts pertaining to the points of the agreement. Here we go:
Dutchy wrote:
But lets make it interesting. If you want to put your money were your mouth is, let's put a good bottle of wiskey on it, whether Wilders / PVV is going to be the largest party in the '17 Dutch national elections. Deal?!

Spyhunter wrote:
Deal! Or would you prefer a bottle of Bols, if I lose?

Dutchy wrote:
Nope, no Jenever for me, don't like it, I prefer a smooth Scottish one ;-).


I note that you gentlemen reside in different countries but in these days of e-commerce, it is at the tips of our fingers to place an order of tons of stuffs and have them delivered to the vast majority of countries in the world. If you don't mind me being a busybody, I would like to respectfully suggest that Spyhunter order a bottle of whiskey, the type of which is to be mutually agreed, from one of the many online sellers based in the Netherlands and have it delivered to Dutchy's to-be-specified address.QED!
Here's one of the many examples of online whisky dealers:
https://www.whiskysite.nl/en/ and also a sample page; https://www.whiskysite.nl/en/search/singleton/

I am only an occasional whisky drinker (haven't touched it in years till recently) but a few months ago I happened to have won a bottle of Singleton (pic below) at a dinner event. It taste good and I would recommend it but then I am no authority on whiskys.
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Sounds good to me ;-).
Many happy landings, greetings from The Netherlands!
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