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Old 11-12-2015, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default Crisis demo film - man loses arm?

I suggest that everyone try to watch the video on this link below. It's a demo or example of the kind of stuff one crisis actor firm can come up with. The beginning of the video is more professional, but right at the end is where one of those oh so familiar scenes emerges.

http://www.crisiscast.com/#!about/c4nz











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It is our conviction that the near future will bring a requirement for greater realism in live training events...


OUR SPECIALLY TRAINED PROFESSIONAL ROLE-PLAY ACTORS AND INTERNATIONALY CREDITED FILM CREWS bring realistic, informed, crisis management and disaster incidents to life. As a company we use state of the art UK and Australian film crafts, tricks and skills for live training that requires hyper real battlefield effects, role players, stunts, medical simulations and combat flashpoints. ​​



We are able to use specialist film techniques and diciplines to bring the best of theatre and film to our live, immersive simulations (WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT): How can it be graphic content when it's all fake?? NOBODY got hurt, it's all fake, how can that be graphic???

CRISIS EVENTS: We rehearse and deliver highly credible, immersive crisis events which we can film and supply as interactive training tools. ​


LARGE SCALE INCIDENTS: We can provide up to 400 actors, fully trained and rehearsed along with professional teams that look after make-up, prosthetics, pyrotechnics, wardrobe, special effects, covert and aerial footage.

CLASSROOM: We also provide intimate classroom roleplay with teams of two or more professional actors to help trainee doctors, therapists, care givers and professional examining bodies.


Large cast or small, our mission is to deliver high adrenaline events to make sure your people are prepared, trained and ready to save lives, with battlefield civilians, foreign language speakers, tribal elders and all the elements of a conflict zone ready go.


Every production is given its own management team, which consists of specially trained role play actors, credited film and theatre professionals experienced in bringing large scale, big budget productions to life. We also appoint an emergency services advisor to every large event and each cast is briefed on scenario specific criminal and victim behaviour by our psychologist. ​



​Emergency Services advisor:

In charge of advising on emergency sevices response procedues during crisis management and disaster recovery incidents.



​Behavioural Psychologist​​​:​

​Trains each company of actors in specific behavioural responses appropriate to the excercise being planned.



Production Manager​:

​Experinced, thick-skinned production manager who cracks the whip and gets actors, film crew, script writers and special effects boffins to do the right thing in the right place at the right time.



​Cohort Wrangler:

For the bigger simulations, each acting team of twelve has a 'wrangler' who makes sure briefings are understood and rehearsed and who looks after the welfare of the cast during high-arenaline simulations.



​Media Trainer:

​Making sure that social media is playing the right part in your crisis management and disaster recovery solution and providing valuable communication tools to emergency services and government leaders.
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Blimey. Their client list is impressive. Do these organisations need a lot of soldiers, missing arms and gore for their drills?








http://www.crisiscast.com/#!clients/c1tsl








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We are UK based with a presence in Bogota, Oman, Bahrain, Sydney and Capetown. Let us come to you.

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Some of the work we do is sensitive. It can also be of vital importance. We believe in loyalty and we understand the need for confidentiality. We are happy to meet and talk and let you judge for yourself whether you trust us and our specially trained role play actors to look after the dramatic needs of your crisis management training.
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A crisis actor explains how it works.

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Their expertise knows no bounds....

http://www.crisiscast.com/#!solutions/ch6q

Hostage crisis cast:



Hostile crisis cast:





Aviation security testing:





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Great find, Tildatod - very easy to see how this sort of trickery could be used to scare people into going along with handing over their civil rights, in exchange for illusory 'protection'. Thank you, for being vigilant and bringing these vital bits of the puzzle to our attention.
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Their military advisor Chris Scott OBE and two other men who arranged security for the olympics run another company R3S advertised here,

http://kingswoodenterprises.co.uk/ma...ools-workshop/

Their brochure says they do,

"‘Real Time’ Exercises - where staff play-out the first few hours of a critical incident scenario:
o These provide time to consider the strategy for handling the incident; and
o The preparation of key public messages and managing information flows."

Another one of their brochures says they offer

"Scaled and personally tailored exercises to test elements of your operation (e.g.
day to day and ‘Event day’ scenarios)
real time exercises with other on-site partners"

He is also on the board of two companies that are in the business of providing prosthetics and other medical services after major traumas.
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I posted this in the hoax thread too

I think that company would be a surprise to many people .. When I think of drills I think.. people laying or sitting with pretend wounds and you have to be told what their injuries are as they are not apparent in anyway. maybe sometimes a bit of blood or stick on wound but nothing on this scale
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Great find, Tildatod - very easy to see how this sort of trickery could be used to scare people into going along with handing over their civil rights, in exchange for illusory 'protection'. Thank you, for being vigilant and bringing these vital bits of the puzzle to our attention.
Simonshack linked to one of their pages in the Paris hoax thread....and I had a look at the site. OMFG! It's stuff we often talk about on our forum, but, when you see it all laid out so proudly.....it makes it much easier to show to people. We've seen other crisis firms' websites here and there, but this one is spectacular.

I'm hoping that people will realise just how likely it is that we have been duped over and over again.

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http://www.professionalsecurity.co.u...isis-training/
28TH FEBRUARY 2014
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What then does CrisisCast do? Brian Mitchell’s a former actor who set up the company; actors (who sign non-disclosure agreements) will play parts in a play or film, perhaps of ten or 15 minutes, plotted to bring out whatever issues the client wants tested....

Brian Mitchell has done work with Amputees in Action, the agency that provides amputees as realistic ‘casualties’, featured in the January 2012 issue of Professional Security. In a word, Brian’s company offers ‘high-fidelity’ training, drawing on people from the fields of film and theatre, social media and PR (because what might shoppers say on social media while the shopping centre has a hostage situation?)

Also speaking at the event was Carol Morey of the consultants [B]Hanover Associates,[/B[ who work with CrisisCast on the operational side of emergency response, business continuity and command and control
https://www.duedil.com/company/06172...limited/people
Incorporated March 20 2007

Another late 2013 exercise is detailed here
http://www.professionalsecurity.co.u...ence-exercise/
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Response to a major incident in Wiltshire was tested in an exercise with the Ministry of Defence at MoD Corsham by the Local Resilience Forum on Friday, December 6.
Agencies with staff at the recently refurbished MOD site in Corsham tested its plans in the event of a major or catastrophic incident. The exercise, code named Operation Rush, had a ‘live’ simulated road traffic collision and was played in ‘real’ time. The exercise involved simulated fatalities and casualties in the wreckage of a 7.5 tonne military truck and minibus.
The organisation Amputees in Action added realism to the scenario
, and to assist medics in assessing how to deal with casualties who may have been seriously injured. Wiltshire Police, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service, Wiltshire Council, South Western Ambulance Service, NHS England Area Team, Public Health England and the Environment Agency were involved.

Emergency planners, who form part of the Local Resilience Forum (LRF), have been working together with colleagues from the MOD for over six months pulling the exercise together.
The amputees in action website is "unavailable".
https://web.archive.org/web/20061106...rprojects.html
November 6 2006 cache

https://web.archive.org/web/20100317...rprojects.html
March 10 2010, last cache

https://web.archive.org/web/20150221...ency-services/














https://web.archive.org/web/20150402...uk/contact-us/

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Most of our personnel have lost limbs as a direct result of a trauma incident, and are able to bring their experiences to your simulation with unique insight and acting in the field, remaining in character throughout. Medical and emergency services participants are able to experience the effects and management of trauma incidents in the most realistic way possible – we are the only substitute for the real thing.

Our SFX experts enhance the amputee experience, replicating injuries beyond leg and arm injuries. We also recreate traumas like head and facial wounds, eviscerated abdomens and groin wounds
https://web.archive.org/web/20150402...n.co.uk/links/

https://web.archive.org/web/20150402...int-endeavour/
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Held on Merseyside on September 18th, [2014] and lasting for some 14 hours, the scenario included a derailed train, a bus careering into a school, a number of other road traffic collisions, including burning cars, and collapsed buildings. Casualties included 50 ‘fatalities’ and 150 ‘injured’ – roles which a team of Amputees in Action actors were involved in performing.

The realism which they brought to these roles was made particularly graphic by the work of the Amputees in Action SFX (special effects) artists who applied their make-up skills – in an impressively short period of time – not only to the agency’s actors but also to all the other volunteers acting as casualties. Amputees in Action also supplied all the make-up products required.



In addition, the agency provided administrative support for the exercise in which approximately 1000 people took part, including Merseyside Police, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service and North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust. An RAF Sea King helicopter from RAF Valley and a Chinook helicopter based at RAF Odiham were also involved.

Organised by JESIP (Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme), Exercise Joint Endeavour was the latest, and by far the largest, exercise undertaken to test the effectiveness of the JESIP training that has already been delivered over a two year programme to more than 10,000 incident commanders across the emergency services.
That's a lot of confidentiality agreements.


Here's another intersting organisation with an "unavailable" website, not cached anywhere.


https://vimeo.com/68835800
https://www.duedil.com/company/08449...limited/people
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I think that the ptb arrange for the drill to be filmed and photographed (with a mixture patsy's and crisis actors involved and possibily some real people), and then, the same day, they immediately carry out a false flag attack there.
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A few more images from Amputees in Action
https://web.archive.org/web/20110925...o.uk/about-us/
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Amputees in Action was founded by CEO John Pickup, who lost his right arm after a motorbike accident at the age of 17. “The company is an agency for amputees run by an amputee,” says John. “I founded Amputees in Action in 2004 with a couple of guys who I first met on set, and it’s gone crazy since then.







https://web.archive.org/web/20110903...services/film/
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Film
We can meet your specific needs. our experienced professional actors have a variety of amputations, from double-leg above knee, to single hand or below elbow. We can supply both male and female actors, either as individuals or as a mass population for battle/terrorist/crowd scenes.
We offer a bespoke multi-level service, from the provision of a single actor to multiple acting personnel and SFX experts. We can be involved in your production from the outset, advising in pre-production planning and offering hands-on services on location.
https://web.archive.org/web/20070527...naction.co.uk/
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AinA was the first agency to promote the utilisation of amputees (amputee casualty simulation), with real acting skills, to put the ‘shock factor’ into casualty simulations designed for medical training, which, in reality, has saved lives. Our bespoke service is proven to enhance any casualty simulation. For the first time in April 2007, AinA inserted their first two females amongst casualties in a major simulated incident. The result was resounding, giving breadth to the services we can offer as a Specialist in Amputee Casualty Simulations

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Hanover Associates ** has been mentioned in connection with these crisis simulations.
http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic...2779503b1c946e

From their website we notice a strange exercise in tiny County Carlow in Ireland
A "regional" exercise no less
http://www.hanoverassociates.co.uk/c.../county-carlow
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County Carlow FRS approached Hanover in 2011 to assist with and demonstrate WebEOC® during a regional exercise called Exercise Railroad which was to be held on the 29th March 2012. One of the key strategic objectives for 'Exercise Railroad' was 'to operate an electronic information management system that was web-enabled that accepted, managed and displayed information in real time'. Hanover Associates was tasked by Carlow County Local Authority (LA) to build an electronic version of the current manually operated information management system in support of the MEM framework within WebEOC.

Is that chequered bib a standard piece of Carlow FB equipment, or is it a Hanover prop?

One wonders what kind of event might happen in Bagenalstown, for instance - a stolen sheep?
There are only four fire stations in teh whole of the tiny county and subsequent to the exercise, the fire service seems to have been so insignificant that its chief fire officer was amalgamated with Kilkenny.

http://emergencytimes.com/carlow-and...-fire-officer/
October 25th, 2014


** MD Mick Massey
https://www.duedil.com/company/06172...limited/people

http://www.hanoverassociates.co.uk/d...rs/mick-massey
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Mick has been the driving force behind Hanover since he started the company in 2007, growing both the client base and the range of associates for the company. He has also developed successful partnerships for Hanover with other affiliates and like-minded companies and is currently providing subject matter expertise for the development of Flashpoint RBT, reality based training which provides a highly realistic simulation of a crisis situation.

The formation of Hanover Associates followed Mick’s 32 year career in the London Fire Brigade, during which he experienced many major incidents including the London IRA bombings, the Iranian Embassy siege, the Clapham, Southall and Paddington rail crashes, the Hackney siege, 7/7 and the Buncefield fire, in a variety of roles from Firefighter to Senior Manager level.
Hmmmm

Mick lauched his firm in 2007 with one Annaleisa Gordon who worked as "company secretary".
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/350-f...s-8915111.html
who hit the news stands in 2013
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Pc Annaleisa Gordon, 48, scanned police databases to obtain information about Christopher McNair, who is also a serving officer. Gordon claimed Mr McNair and his new girlfriend were involved in a “volatile” relationship and she was worried about his wellbeing after he apparently went missing.

She said she “genuinely” feared he could be dead.

But after completing her trawl and finding nothing, Gordon, who worked at the Met’s Counter-Terrorism squad in Greenwich, failed to voice her concerns to colleagues.

She denied obtaining personal data but was convicted by a jury following a three-day trial at Southwark crown court. She now faces a disciplinary hearing before the Directorate of Professional Standards. But Gordon was cleared of two like counts after being accused of conducting more than 100 searches on the roads where she and her parents live in Sutton, south London. She was said to have accessed the police computer to unearth “a wealth of personal information” about their neighbours.

Gordon, who joined the Met in May 1988, had faced a maximum fine of £5,000
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A counter-terrorism officer accused of abusing her position to snoop on her ex-husband told a court she was looking for him because she believed he was dead... PC Annaleisa Gordon, 48, allegedly scanned police data bases in a bid to track down information on Christopher McNair, who was also a serving officer
hmmmmm again, although this is several years after she resigned her directorship, in 2009, although it's not clear when the offences were committed.

The third co-founder of Hanover was Garry Eversfield, another former police officer who resigned from the company in 2010, perhaps with marriage imminent.
http://www.hertfordshiremercury.co.u...ail/story.html

http://web.archive.org/web/200805051...392&pid=495857
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Garry had over thirty years experience in the Police Service and during the past ten years had been part of the Counter Terrorism Section of the Anti-Terrorist Branch and was the only Police Counter Terrorism Military Liaison Officer. With his unrivalled knowledge and collaboration with the specialist units of the military, he has designed, created and facilitated major anti-terrorist exercises, (land and sea), both here and abroad. He was a member of the National Major Disaster Advisory Team, has a wealth of knowledge in relation to the repatriation of British Nationals in times of crisis and was part of a hand selected team of Metropolitan Police Officers working with the Greek authorities for the Olympic Games in Athens 2004 where he had responsibility for the safety and security of all GB assets, the GB team and it's sponsors.
Garry has served as a public order and firearms instructor and he has particular expertise surrounding siege and conflict management. He created the nationally adopted hostage release plan, wrote the contingency plans for firearms officers at a major London Airport and the National command structure for large scale events.
More recently he was part of a small team, creating, writing, delivering and testing crisis simulations to the Police Service and its partner agencies. His work has also seen him liaising with International partners, where assistance has been required for UK simulations.
Since leaving the Metropolitan Police and forming Hanover Associates (UK) Ltd with Mick Massey, Garry has acted as a consultant advising various companies on bids for counter terrorist training contracts and has provided security advice in both Pakistan and Thailand. He has also assisted a Major London Borough in setting up its Professional Witness scheme.
He is also designing Command and Control training packages for two existing Hanover customers.
The current team at Hanover is here
http://www.hanoverassociates.co.uk/directors
with more of an ex- fire service emphasis with the arrival of Chris Arculeo
http://www.hanoverassociates.co.uk/directors
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As a Deputy Assistant Commissioner he was head of the London Resilience Training project team. He designed and delivered training for the response to terrorism, including CBRN, hazardous materials, urban search and rescue and water response, and for the 2012 London Olympics.

As European Director Chris is responsible for building business with European partners and he is Hanover's Deputy Program manager for the THREATS Project.

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^^ Essentially a very dodgy crew, then, felix? You know what, I'm thinking these are not just ordinary people setting up a random business. I'm thinking these people are working with the spy agencies....

Also, how does one go about setting up a crisis actor firm? Not the bureaucratic side, but the actual obtaining of contracts?
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Well... that looks familiar...

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Another organisation which has gone 404
http://crisisactors.org/

We can read about it here
http://web.archive.org/web/201406060...ing-simulation

Actors
http://web.archive.org/web/201406060...ors.org/photo?

http://web.archive.org/web/201212310...org/page/about
Contact:
Nathan Bock
Amanda Brown
(720) 810-1641
[email protected]

Visionbox
910 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204

The news section of the blog lists countless active shooter drills
http://web.archive.org/web/201406250...iles/blog/list
the kind of thing which is passed off as real in the USA.

Visionbox is the general acting arm in Denver
http://web.archive.org/web/201105080...visionbox.org/
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Visionbox is a professional acting studio dedicated to training students, actors and artists of all ages, levels and backgrounds in the Denver Community.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/active...110421683.html
October 31, 2012


See this blog post
http://labvirusthreepointoh.blogspot...is-actors.html
which also name checks CrisisCast. The author has saved some of the archived pages.

NB - the author of the blog uses the term false flag rather loosely.

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What's this? Insolvency of Hanover Associates (UK) Ltd
https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/c...222/insolvency
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Commencement of winding up
25 July 2016
Is there no money in crisis acting and faked terror or other drills?

"During a 32 year career in the London Fire Brigade, Mick experienced the London IRA bombings, the Iranian Embassy siege, the Clapham, Southall and Paddington rail crashes, the Hackney siege, 7/7 and Buncefield."

hmmm, a veritable catalogue of psy-ops

Some of their old "associates"

http://staging.hanoverassociates.co.uk/contact-us
http://webcache.googleusercontent.co....uk/associates
The major creditor - £71,230 - Research Excecutive Agency of the EU, Brussels, Belgium

Chris Arculeo can concentrate on his work at C.T. Alpha Limited
https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/c...43934/officers
as Project manager of various EU and worldwide training and research projects in Disaster preparedness, Prevention, Response,Consequence management and capacity building
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-arculeo-803a4628

Disaster creation....

Revision time for Mick's attended Buncefield event, "blamed on a leaking tank" 11 December 2005
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2005/...buncefield.oil

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2010/...fined-fire-oil

https://www.flickr.com/photos/thestig2009/3674796577/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/stuart166axe/3251248416/i

http://www.pprune.org/jet-blast/2018...ot-merged.html

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Total UK, which operated the depot in Hertfordshire, was fined £3.6m, plus another £2.6m in costs by the crown court court in St Albans. Hertfordshire Oil Storage Limited (HOSL), which is 60%-owned by French energy giant Total and 40% by Chevron, was hit with a fine of £1.45m and another £1m in costs.

The British Pipeline Agency (BPA), owned 50-50 by BP and Shell, received a fine of £300,000 plus £480,000 costs. There were also fines of £1,000 each for two engineering companies, Motherwell Control Systems and TAV Engineering. When costs are included, the total bill for the five companies comes to £9.43m.
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A crisis actor explains how it works.

@ least its good they are honest about it right?

I just cant see why they would set themselves up with the universe like that. Like say they madfe it look like they lost both legs...... WOULDNT THE UNIVERSE WANT TO MAKE IT SO? (Kinda like Karma)
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