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  • #163132
    rgosrgos
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    Fly, fly!

    Sure:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/01/26/europe/spain-greek-f16-crash/

    and

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/26/greece-elections-euro-hits-11-year-low-after-anti-austerity-party-victory

    “This is a tragedy which affects the whole NATO family. I express my heartfelt condolences to the loved ones and the nations of those who lost their lives, and I wish a speedy recovery to the injured,” he said in a statement.

    “The plane was taking part in an exercise in the framework of NATO’s Tactical Leadership Programme, which aims to improve multinational cooperation in air operations,” Stoltenberg said.

    Follow the money:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-26/european-analogy-day-greek-f-16-crashes-spain-during-nato-training

    #163175
    rgosrgos
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    #163218
    Tom DalpraTom Dalpra
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    rgos quoted:

    “This is a tragedy which affects the whole NATO family. I express my heartfelt condolences to the loved ones and the nations of those who lost their lives, and I wish a speedy recovery to the injured,” he said in a statement.
    “The plane was taking part in an exercise in the framework of NATO’s Tactical Leadership Programme, which aims to improve multinational cooperation in air operations,” Stoltenberg said.

    I mean, for flips’sake this is B-Movie stuff in the reporting. Military procedure which makes sense to us, never the less, it would appear, (well I hope, at least. The eternal caveat . Geez, accidents do happen. It’s just the prosaic reporting lacks credibility to me and I have real reason to hope people weren’t tragically killed).

    On a military base – CHECK safe as houses no effort needed. Drill with explosives.
    VERY Long distance camera-shot. – CHECK

    Multi-national tie-ins in sympathy with the French theme – CHECK
    ”Ten people died Monday after a Greek air force F-16 jet crashed at a base in Los Llanos in southeastern Spain, a senior Spanish defense official told CNN.

    Eight were French military personnel, and two were Greek pilots, the source said.”

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/01/26/europe/spain-greek-f16-crash/

    fd

    Now, the question is this. Is this a Greek Tragedy with a nod to the French Connection set in Spain…

    Or were people actually burnt to a crisp?

    French Fry rgos?

    ds

    DalTampra

    #163219
    rgosrgos
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    French Fry rgos?

    I’m more of a cheese man, to be honest.

    #163222
    xileffilex
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    #163261
    Tom DalpraTom Dalpra
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    xileffilex posted:

    51 seconds: Malboro subliminal. Maybe I’m looking too hard. It’s there yeh, in
    red and white during a typically ‘Blair Twitchy’ style eye-witness phone video, but I’ve not really studied it.

    73,000 people watched it. The vast majority of them thought they were watching evidence of ten deaths.
    As we know. These kind of stunts make bloody good adverts.

    All that smoke and sponsored by Malboro – how appropriate.

    DalTampra

    #163299
    Tom DalpraTom Dalpra
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    I just read my previous post and laughed.
    It’s not very coherent, but I can’t edit.
    I’m still not used to the new edit time-limit.

    🙂 I think maybe, I’m still thinking about the red and white Puma bag in the Hebdo offices, which was certainly very contrived. Could this little film really be completely manipulated (including Malboro subliminal?).

    I go back and watch again and I doubt it. Spanish people smoke a lot of Marlboro. Phone cameras can catch that sort of thing.

    But it’s just so jerky and ‘of-type’. It’s like they’re done to increase realism and stress. To show us the ‘death’ in a jerky fashion so it increases the trauma.

    As I said. Maybe that’d be reading too much into it?

    DalTampra

    #163609
    rgosrgos
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    As I said. Maybe that’d be reading too much into it?

    Well, cowboy, I guess you’s ’bout right.

    We w’s always a bit into them s’bliminals.

    #164790
    rgosrgos
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    Damn, cowboy, let’s try them YouTubes.

    #165779
    rgosrgos
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    Patti Smith. Interesting. Everywhere where things crash or sink she shows up. For anyone still wondering how grassroots this all is…

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_Socialisme



    #182678
    rgosrgos
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    Fortunately, this unlucky bird gets a new beak. Its name is Grecia, from the forest of Grecia. Location is Costa Rica.

    Wow, TPTB do speak in parables.


    Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-31409916

    Crowd-funding: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fund-a-prosthesis-for-an-injured-toucan-bird

    Seems like the only solution is to create a prosthesis, but the government doesn’t have funds dedicated to saving one single animal.

    #182720
    Tom DalpraTom Dalpra
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    Well…a parrot called Greece…with the broken beak…saved in Costa Rica…

    We established during our analysis of the MH17 ‘Art Installation’ in Ukraine back in July that the two MH planes, 17 and 370, were depicted as parrots.
    MH17
    FD

    And MH370
    DS

    We concluded, ably supported by the Monty Python subliminal reference, that these parrots were most certainly ‘deceased’.

    Now forward 7 months to Central America and this Parrot called Greece.
    This one is not dead, but it does look a bit like MH17!

    GF

    ds

    The Asian parrots died, but this Central American one will be saved, though will never probably be able to leave the sanctuary.

    Ah, but we see through all this. Now repeat after me: ” I am not a parrot. I am a free human being”.

    Seed rgos?
    fd

    DalTampra

    #183073
    rgosrgos
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    Seed rgos?

    Yes, please. Mine’s the orange one at the bottom.

    #183075
    rgosrgos
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    It’s a blast of the past, really, isn’t it?

    #183076
    rgosrgos
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    It’s a blast of the past, really, isn’t it?

    Well, it isn’t really. It’s a blast from the past. Anyway…

    #217707
    rgosrgos
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    It is always hard to find a good place to drop this stuff, but I guess this is the right spot. It looks like we’ve got another opera unfolding:

    Spot the smirks, Tom.

    #217800
    Tom DalpraTom Dalpra
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    Spot the smirks, Tom.

    Ha ha. The picture’s too small on my screen, I’ve got the old dome magnifier out. Please leave links rgos, if you can, you are such a minimalist at times.
    It’s Art though, innit?

    I’ve no idea what it’s about but I sense smirking. The second picture is perhaps a picture of a staged performance of the opera ( our old friend and phantom ) The Flying Dutchman but I’m only guessing? Perhaps you could clarify what the relevance is here?
    🙂 …I’m supposed to guess, aren’t I?

    Ok…this one…all I can think is that it’s really, really important that the guy right in the middle doesn’t get wet hair. Everyone else is fine, it’s just him.
    Is it something to do with an arrival at The World Haircut Championships, rgos ( semi-balding division, Dutch entry )?

    ds

    On the origin of Flying Dutchman, I think we can see this as a classic phantom.
    A good fakeologist word to perhaps ponder a moment I suggest.

    noun
    a ghost.
    “a phantom who haunts lonely roads”
    synonyms: ghost, apparition, spirit, spectre, wraith, shadow; More
    a figment of the imagination.
    “he tried to clear the phantoms from his head and grasp reality”
    synonyms: figment of the imagination, delusion, hallucination, illusion, chimera, vision, fantasy, mirage; rarephantasm
    “he tried to clear the phantoms from his head and grasp reality”
    not real; illusory.
    modifier noun: phantom
    “a phantom conspiracy”

    Excuse my digression. You started it. I’m right aren’t I? World comb-over Championships?

    Anyway, it reminds me; old muscles-me, must get a haircut.

    fg

    DalTampra

    #218150
    rgosrgos
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    Ha ha. The picture’s too small on my screen, I’ve got the old dome magnifier out. Please leave links rgos, if you can, you are such a minimalist at times.
    It’s Art though, innit?

    Yes, it is art, I’m afraid. Again. Right-clicking on the image and opening in a new tab will show it in its full-size original glory.

    It’s re-re-creative art, BTW, since we’re on a meta-blog. The original is on Clues, where they wisely created an early placeholder thread on the latest opera tragique. Over here:

    http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1786

    #218152
    rgosrgos
    Participant

    Excuse my digression. You started it. I’m right aren’t I? World comb-over Championships?

    You nailed it.

    #218153
    rgosrgos
    Participant


    The contralto had just finished performing in the Richard Wagner opera Siegfried at Barcelona’s Liceu. It was her debut at the venue.

    Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/566170/Germanwings-Flight-4U9525-two-victims-named-opera-singers-Maria-Radner-Oleg-Bryjak

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