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Whole thing's felt off from the start.

 

Strange "family" set-up. Why was she held for so long, if just a normal civilian. And...why release them now? Have UK Govt done a deal with Iran? Have we promised some nice tanks, guns or maybe some Iranian terrorists are being released? Where did this 475million Euros "debt" come from? Not heard about that until now. Nobody ever said she was being kept prisoner because of money. Hmmm.

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6 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Whole thing's felt off from the start.

 

Strange "family" set-up. Why was she held for so long, if just a normal civilian. And...why release them now? Have UK Govt done a deal with Iran? Have we promised some nice tanks, guns or maybe some Iranian terrorists are being released? Where did this 475million Euros "debt" come from? Not heard about that until now. Nobody ever said she was being kept prisoner because of money. Hmmm.

Something very fishy about it.  Countless westerners visit Iran every year and never run into any problems, there is plenty of video bloggers on YouTube who visit and report its actually one of the most friendliest and welcoming countries they have ever visited. There is no smoke without fire, my money is on the husband, they probably couldn't capture him for some reason so they went for her. 

 

€475 million for one person... £350 per Ukrainian... Yet plenty of homeless people in the UK with fuck all. 

 

Boris is after Iranian oil now though. 

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is very obviously connected to one Intel agency or another. Is she a 'spy'? I suppose it depends on how you define a spy. She was certainly there to subvert the Iranian regime. That's just as bad, or even worse than a bit of spying, so I would suggest it is a moot point. She was damn lucky she only ended up serving 6 years and I really hate people that bring children in to their illegal activities, let alone their own children, in any way, shape or form.

 

As for the ransom the U.K. government paid, I am a  bit skeptical that they only paid the Iranians back about £400 million. One hears different figures bandied around, which all depend on how the debt has been calculated over time, that also involve legal rulings. However, going back to the late 1970's, Iran must have been at least £300 million out of pocket at the time. If not somewhere closer to £400 million. Taking inflation in to account, that £300 million debt would be worth about £2 billion today. The Iranians must have been really bloody dumb to have settled for only £400 million. Maybe, when Liz Truss says 'We paid back £400 million', she means 'We paid back the £400 million debt'. As in, it was a lot more than that.

 

At the end of the day, regardless of whether we paid back about £2 billion, or we genuinely did pay back only £400 million, the fact remains that it was an awful lot of money. Furthermore, I thought that the U.K. wasn't supposed to negotiate with terrorists? Wasn't the Iranian state 'supposed' to have bombed an Israeli-owned tanker, just a few months ago? Why is Israel not currently saying anything about this? It actually wouldn't surprise me, if Nazanin is connected to Mossad. Whenever I see news reports about her, on the masonic mass media, it is like a living Saint is walking among us. Whatever the 'exact' truth is, you can get bet your bottom dollar that it really stinks. At least, hopefully, we won't get to see her dodgy mug on the TV any more.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-58048007       

 

'Tanker attack: UK and US blame Iran for deadly ship attack.'

 

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Mega-muppet alert. Dude looks like he shoved a cucumber up his own arse and wasn't able to retrieve it. Maybe that's what also happened to poor Keir. I don't know and, come to think of it, I don't want to know either...

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On 3/17/2022 at 10:11 AM, HAARPING_On said:

I’ve heard she was working for BBC Media Action in Iran, and if you know what BBC Media Action is about, it all starts to make more sense.

UK Column did an article on BBC Media action years ago, here it is... Worth a read.

 

https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/bbc-media-action-subversion-broadcasting-house-kazakhstan

 

BBC 'journo' is a cover for 3 letter agency.

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She worked for the World Health Organisation around 2010 and both their jobs had links to Westminster, but

the Government from the outset seemed reluctant to help her. Something not right about this story. Perhaps

if she was an average Mum, say working in a supermarket, she would have had more support from Westminster.

 

 

JI International Development Committee
House of Commons, London, SW1 A OAA
Tel: 020 7219 1223 Email:
[email protected] Website: www .parliament.uk/indcom


Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP
Secretary of State
Foreign and Commonwealth Office


13 December 2016


Detention of British national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in Iran


Dear Boris,


As you are aware it is now over eight months since Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a 37-year
old British-Iranian charity worker, was detained in Iran. She was arrested at the airport by
the Iranian Revolutionary Guard as she tried to leave the country following a family visit
with her young daughter, Gabriella.


This case has particular resonance to Parliament, as both Nazanin and her husband
Richard Ratcliffe have worked closely with colleagues in
Westminster. Nazanin works for
the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of the news agency, and in this role

·delivered elements of The Westminster Consortium's (TWC) parliamentary strengthening
programme, alongside colleagues from the House of Commons, CPA UK and the
Westminster Foundation for Democracy. Richard worked for the International
Development Committee during the last Parliament, on secondment from the National
Audit Office, and led on the Committee's inquiries into Parliamentary Strengthening and
DFID's Annual Report.


We are increasingly concerned for Nazanin's health, with her husband reporting that she
is now at 'breaking point'. This cannot continue. We implore you in your position as
Foreign Secretary to push for her imminent release in your discussions with the Iranian
Government. I would also ask that now that we have re-opened our Embassy in Iran, as
she is a British citizen, Nazanin should receive an immediate consular visit.
As the Foreign
and Commonwealth Office Charter states, the Foreign Office's commitment to British
Citizens is to:


"assess your needs promptly and provide effective assistance based on your individual
circumstances and local conditions, contacting our most vulnerable customers
within 24 hours of being notified of your situation"


Nazanin is a vulnerable young British mother who is now both physically and mentally ill
and yet, in over eight months, has not received any consular access. This is inexcusable
and I hope you will personally see to it that she is visited by an embassy representative as
soon as possible.

 

We would be grateful if you would meet with us and other members of the International
Development Committee, at your earliest convenience, to discuss this important matter
further.

 

https://www.parliament.uk/globalassets/documents/commons-committees/international-development/Chair-to-FCO-detention-of-Nazanin-Zaghari-Ratcliffe.pdf

 

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24 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

I get the same vibes about her "husband" as I do about the "husband" of Saint Jo Cox, the MP who was allegedly murdered days before the Brexit vote.

 

I think he worked for the White Helmets, didn't he.

 

Brendan Cox is a WEF contributer. It never ends. All in it together.

 

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/authors/brendan-cox/

 

He worked for Save The Children until he resigned or was sacked for alleged sexual abuse.

 

"The Charity Commission said the organisation’s handling of complaints against its former chief executive, Justin Forsyth, and Brendan Cox, its former policy director, amounted to mismanagement and had a “corrosive effect” on the organisation’s culture. The charity must work hard to rebuild its reputation, said the commission."

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/mar/05/save-the-children-let-down-staff-and-public-over-sexual-misconduct-claims

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1 hour ago, Golden Retriever said:

 

Brendan Cox is a WEF contributer. It never ends. All in it together.

 

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/authors/brendan-cox/

 

He worked for Save The Children until he resigned or was sacked for alleged sexual abuse.

 

"The Charity Commission said the organisation’s handling of complaints against its former chief executive, Justin Forsyth, and Brendan Cox, its former policy director, amounted to mismanagement and had a “corrosive effect” on the organisation’s culture. The charity must work hard to rebuild its reputation, said the commission."

 

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/mar/05/save-the-children-let-down-staff-and-public-over-sexual-misconduct-claims

 

Save the Children and a lot of similar charities need investigating. All the "Christian" ones too. I expect they're anything but. Many a front for the international industrial scale paedo/adreno operation serving the elite. Funny how the elite like visiting places and being associated with charities involving little black children. When the child poverty never seems to improve even after decades and decades of their charity work.

 

All of them supporting Zelensky too. Just sayin!

 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, northern star said:

Something sus about this. Wasnt she supposed to have been held in a cellar or something for six years? She looks very healthy, happy and well on it.

 

 

 

 

She will have been "detained" but it certainly won't have been in anything like a cellar. Think "open prison" over here and I'd say that would be nearer the mark...

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6 hours ago, HAARPING_On said:

 

She will have been "detained" but it certainly won't have been in anything like a cellar. Think "open prison" over here and I'd say that would be nearer the mark...

 

True. Dont know, she just doesnt look like someone who's been detained anywhere against her will.  If you compare her with Assange who had also been kept in relative comfort, and not in a foreign country either.

 

Strange behaviour here too...

 

 

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A hostage for black gold.

Nazin vs Nazarene the new saviour.

 

Does the you owe me call Putin call the met call Iran call nazine. To prop a bully called Boris.

No more weddings no more babies.

No more protection or favours while the clock cost of living crisis karma rages on.

 

The royal tour the feel good factor s.tje irony.

All this over a few Greg's pasties sausage rolls and a sly glass of pims.

 

What you got on the man upstairs Boris that he keeps rolling out more and more rope for you.

 

Mind you god is George o dowd a gender bender queer in his own words  who must have some dirty little secrets.

Pimlico and dolphins maybe 

Paedophiles and haemo phillics 

Blood lovers and ahem.

 

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21 hours ago, northern star said:

 

True. Dont know, she just doesnt look like someone who's been detained anywhere against her will.  If you compare her with Assange who had also been kept in relative comfort, and not in a foreign country either.

 

Strange behaviour here too...

 

 

 

 

Thanks Northern. The video highlights the daughter is uncomfortable with her mother.

 

I suggest this is for two reasons.  She is no longer number one in her father's eyes anymore, but more importantly

they are moving to a "safe house"  Safe from whom exactly?, if she is as reported a charity worker. Possibly safe

from the media, but they could be put in check-

 

I believe the daughter has learnt they are moving well away from West Hampstead to a secret location and also

from the child's friends. I feel sorry for her.

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i honeslty dont think the daughter is theirs, probably adopted

and the relationship husband and wife is bogus too

she came to uk in 2007 - so i think loosely british national or very late in her life, in her 20s and met her husband who i assume is a gay very soon after 

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I think she was basically there working for the deep state to subvert iran from the inside out

 

She was working with BBC media action and they recruit people and train them for subversion

 

The iranians will be particularly sensitive to this sort of thing after the CIA carried out a coup within the country in 1953 in which they overthrew a democratically elected leader and replaced them with a puppet

 

We 'conspiracy theorists' used to talk about this CIA coup for years and would face ridicule and insult until the CIA then declassified the files which showed that yes they WERE behind the coup

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Forget, for a moment, who Nazanin may or not work for. I have to 'wonder', I know not, whether her roots are really what we are led to believe. The reason being, that she definitely seems to emanate that psychotic 'I can do no wrong' vibe, which I find very familiar. Not least, because of my experiences on various threads, on various internet forums, over the years. The confession she was forced to sign, was probably the only time she has told the truth in her entire life. The journalope fawning all over her also cracked me up.

 

"I AM RIGHT!!!"

 

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On 3/17/2022 at 12:56 AM, Anti Facts Sir said:

Where did this 475million Euros "debt" come from? Not heard about that until now. Nobody ever said she was being kept prisoner because of money. Hmmm.

 

I heard about this years ago, we agreed to sell Iran tanks for £300M, the Shah got ousted and we refused to sell them the Tanks or refund their money.

 

Its been a bone of contention to the Iranian people ever since. Its been a shame of British Gov they took the money, renegaded on the deal and kept the money.

 

I'm glad we paid them back.

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