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(Guardian)   MI6 chief says Snowden leaks have made people make fun of MI6 chief, hurt MI6 chief's feelings   (theguardian.com) divider line 36
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2013-11-07 06:02:06 PM
static.guim.co.uk

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.
 
2013-11-07 06:10:47 PM
She dies at the end of the movie anyway.
 
2013-11-07 06:14:24 PM
MI6 Chief just pawn in game of life.
 
2013-11-07 06:15:52 PM

shifty lookin bleeder: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.


i.digiguide.tv
 
2013-11-07 06:35:21 PM
I love all you guys.

/subby
 
2013-11-07 06:35:48 PM

shifty lookin bleeder: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.


It's a poppy, although to me it doesn't look like a legit one, but I suppose that could just be a bad picture.
 
2013-11-07 06:36:00 PM

shifty lookin bleeder: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.


Don't underestimate the lapel flower. He might have gotten it from Q.
 
2013-11-07 06:39:11 PM
Harry never had much time for the wankers at MI6, anyway.

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-11-07 06:39:25 PM
"Raaar! MI6 chief feel sad you no like MI6 chief. Why bad man make MI6 chief cry? MI6 chief no like bad man! Bad man go away! Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!"

/I... I don't know why. It just happened.
 
2013-11-07 06:45:01 PM

TheManWho: It's a poppy, although to me it doesn't look like a legit one, but I suppose that could just be a bad picture.


That is EXACTLY what he wants you to believe.

You've never seen the squirting flower prank before?
 
2013-11-07 06:46:53 PM

fusillade762: Don't underestimate the lapel flower. He might have gotten it from Q.


So not only is it a camera and a multi-purpose squirting weapon, it can be converted into a helicopter too.

Brilliant.
 
2013-11-07 06:49:30 PM
We should discuss this under the cone of silence.
 
2013-11-07 06:52:13 PM
static.guim.co.uk
Sir John added, "That lady behind me, hasn't called her mum in a week! And that fat guy, he downloads Japanese peepee porn! At work! You all disgust me!"
 
2013-11-07 07:27:17 PM

Soup4Bonnie: She dies at the end of the movie anyway.


I'd complain about spoilers, but it's been almost a full year now, so I suppose the spoiler-by date has passed.
 
2013-11-07 07:34:45 PM
Don't worry chief, Snowden didn't out you as a Russian mole.

/British secret service, more Russian than a vodka and piroshky breakfast.
 
2013-11-07 07:40:34 PM
He asserted: "The cumulative effect of the media coverage, the global media coverage, will make the job that we have far, far harder for years to come."

[grumpycatgood.jpg]

Earn your pay.
 
2013-11-07 07:42:52 PM
Don't worry, there isn't enough al Qaeda to rub their hands with glee over anything right now.

It's the other enemies, the ones you're not worried about, who are gleeful, because they know you're not worried about them.
 
2013-11-07 07:50:21 PM

Gyrfalcon: Don't worry, there isn't enough al Qaeda to rub their hands with glee over anything right now.

It's the other enemies, the ones you're not worried about, who are gleeful, because they know you're not worried about them.


And if our enemies hit us, we have casus belli to hit back.

We're the good guys when we do that.

We're hated when we strike first, or snoop like we have.

So, good. Let them come, and let us be the heroes.
 
2013-11-07 08:44:52 PM

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: MI6 Chief just pawn in game of life.


Dammit!!!  I came here to make that exact same joke!
 
2013-11-07 09:13:18 PM

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: MI6 Chief just pawn in game of life.


Thank you for doing my work for me.
 
2013-11-07 09:38:06 PM
I laugh that the U.S. and the United Kindom felt the need to secretly spy on Merkel and Germany. Seems like whenever Germany really wanted to fark up other countries and start wars that they really didn't feel the need to do so secretly.
 
2013-11-07 10:21:22 PM
all these countries spy on each other...Germany, France, Brazil,, US, Russia, China, Sweden, UK, Saudi, Israel, etc etc...Jeez this is such a non-story. Or a manipulated one to make $ for somebody.
 
2013-11-07 10:43:41 PM

tinyarena: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]
Sir John added, "That lady behind me, hasn't called her mum in a week! And that fat guy, he downloads Japanese peepee porn! At work! You all disgust me!"




Is he M or C?

/when did they start posting their pictures?
 
2013-11-08 12:54:26 AM
"There is a complex and fragile mosaic of strategic capability which allows us to discover, to process, to investigate and then to take action. That includes terrorist cells, it reveals people shipping secrets or expertise or materials to do with chemical, biological, nuclear around the world. It allows us to reveal the identities of those involved in online sexual exploitation of children. Those people are very active users of encryption and of anonymisation tools. That mosaic is in a far, far weaker place than it was five months ago."

Jeez, what monsters. How dare they infringe on the privacy of child pornography distributors, people selling nuclear secrets to Iran, and terror cells. Clearly British intelligence is simply harrassing those honest, God-fearing people for their own amusement.
 
2013-11-08 02:45:54 AM
So, Al Qaeda and the pedophile rings are the worst enemies of the UK? Then the rumors in Russia that MI6 have a tandem of very capable agents at the top in the Kremlin must be true.
 
2013-11-08 04:40:30 AM

TheManWho: shifty lookin bleeder: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.

It's a poppy, although to me it doesn't look like a legit one, but I suppose that could just be a bad picture.




It is a poppy from the Earl haig fund Scotland.
 
2013-11-08 05:13:12 AM
I blame the US flag-pin nonsense for the culture of Poppy Or Die that descends on the UK every November.
 
2013-11-08 05:19:28 AM

HotWingAgenda: "There is a complex and fragile mosaic of strategic capability which allows us to discover, to process, to investigate and then to take action. That includes terrorist cells, it reveals people shipping secrets or expertise or materials to do with chemical, biological, nuclear around the world. It allows us to reveal the identities of those involved in online sexual exploitation of children. Those people are very active users of encryption and of anonymisation tools. That mosaic is in a far, far weaker place than it was five months ago."

Jeez, what monsters. How dare they infringe on the privacy of child pornography distributors, people selling nuclear secrets to Iran, and terror cells. Clearly British intelligence is simply harrassing those honest, God-fearing people for their own amusement.


Those people, and 90% of all other web traffic.

Project Tempora records petabytes of data every day, virtually everything that passes through the UK's fibres (which is the bulk of the world's important web traffic), and stores it for a month "just in case". It's part-funded by the NSA, and one of the main methods that the US is using to record your activities, as an American citizen, while sidestepping any sort of fantasy Constitutional protection you think you have. It also side-steps the British law requiring a judge to OK any communications monitoring by individual.

It's great to know you have no issue with this, because paedophiles, even hough on its face it fundamentally violates both British and American law.
 
2013-11-08 05:30:48 AM

Bungles: HotWingAgenda: "There is a complex and fragile mosaic of strategic capability which allows us to discover, to process, to investigate and then to take action. That includes terrorist cells, it reveals people shipping secrets or expertise or materials to do with chemical, biological, nuclear around the world. It allows us to reveal the identities of those involved in online sexual exploitation of children. Those people are very active users of encryption and of anonymisation tools. That mosaic is in a far, far weaker place than it was five months ago."

Jeez, what monsters. How dare they infringe on the privacy of child pornography distributors, people selling nuclear secrets to Iran, and terror cells. Clearly British intelligence is simply harrassing those honest, God-fearing people for their own amusement.

Those people, and 90% of all other web traffic.

Project Tempora records petabytes of data every day, virtually everything that passes through the UK's fibres (which is the bulk of the world's important web traffic), and stores it for a month "just in case". It's part-funded by the NSA, and one of the main methods that the US is using to record your activities, as an American citizen, while sidestepping any sort of fantasy Constitutional protection you think you have. It also side-steps the British law requiring a judge to OK any communications monitoring by individual.

It's great to know you have no issue with this, because paedophiles, even hough on its face it fundamentally violates both British and American law.


Pedos are one of the common sock puppets authoritarians use when they want to molest your rights.
 
2013-11-08 05:34:24 AM

Bungles: I blame the US flag-pin nonsense for the culture of Poppy Or Die that descends on the UK every November.


Nope - antedates it by many years. The VFW were peddling those poppies on the street here in the States when I was a kid back in the fifties - the flag pins didn't come along until the eighties.
 
2013-11-08 05:37:25 AM

jso2897: Bungles: I blame the US flag-pin nonsense for the culture of Poppy Or Die that descends on the UK every November.

Nope - antedates it by many years. The VFW were peddling those poppies on the street here in the States when I was a kid back in the fifties - the flag pins didn't come along until the eighties.


I don't mean the objects, I mean the wear-or-be-damned attitude. Poppies were very much optional until 10 or so years ago. (people bought them, but wearing them wasn't essentially compulsory).
 
2013-11-08 05:41:10 AM

Bungles: jso2897: Bungles: I blame the US flag-pin nonsense for the culture of Poppy Or Die that descends on the UK every November.

Nope - antedates it by many years. The VFW were peddling those poppies on the street here in the States when I was a kid back in the fifties - the flag pins didn't come along until the eighties.

I don't mean the objects, I mean the wear-or-be-damned attitude. Poppies were very much optional until 10 or so years ago. (people bought them, but wearing them wasn't essentially compulsory).


I think all that changed for everybody after they succeeded in ginning up the War on Terror (tm) and selling it to us -- not exactly a uniquely American phenomenon.
 
2013-11-08 06:14:03 AM
i293.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-08 07:18:59 AM
That poppy has audio-visual, FLIR and when he steps outside it's a satellite uplink.
 
2013-11-08 07:52:18 AM

DirtyDeadGhostofEbenezerCooke: MI6 Chief just pawn in game of life.


i1.cdnds.net
 
2013-11-08 07:52:40 AM

TheManWho: shifty lookin bleeder: [static.guim.co.uk image 460x276]

Not really sure that this is the best venue for the squirting lapel flower, but I do gotta give him points for pushing that boundary.

It's a poppy, although to me it doesn't look like a legit one, but I suppose that could just be a bad picture.


The poppy is clerly a sign that Britain is still involved in opium trafficking.
 
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