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S.A.S Used on people of the United Kingdom

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posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 09:32 AM
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This is hilarious. I'm going to have to visit this site more often.

I served with the Special Air Service and with Sabre for a number of years and your accounts don't quite tally with what exactly went on but it is VERY funny. I'm gonna have to tell some friends about this, best laugh I've had this year.
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posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by s12345
This is something I heard from some people: just ordinary people who found themselves in a very strange situation. I honestly do not think anyone will believe this, I have no proof but I think it is interesting. It is quite simply that the S.A.S.: special air squadron have been used on members of the public. These people found that they were there to intimidate, I doubt they would be alive if they weren't. If others had met them not to be intimidated they would not be alive so I would expect no witnesses. Apparently after the said incidents they see a van with S.A.S. soldier on it: but the van appears to only be there briefly there for them to see, it is gone quickly so others do not see it.
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Why does it all of a sudden have to be SAS?
The ptb have an array of tools to use on the sheeple alas.
I think you are making wild assumptions without even the flimsiest of evidence.
It could be the para's, commando's, or the dental corps.
They are highly unlikely to be in uniform to id them regardless...



posted on Mar, 7 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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The SAS are military they do as they are told to do. They went against miners because Margaret Thatcher told them to. They would follow people around if told to.I do wonder though, how many SAS men must be involved before they can identify themselves as such? 1,2 ,3...
Could an ex SAS man identify himself as such if he wished? He would be after all X-SAS.
But after all they have been used on the people of the uk before they will be used again.

After all the army in the uk swears ALLEGIANCE TO THE QUEEN NOT THE PEOPLE OF THE UK..
As such attacking members of the uk is acceptable so long as it maintains the queens position. They ultimately work for her.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 06:25 PM
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The jails are full of people who have killed, and there are many more uncaught. The SAS are different in so much
as they kill for others reasons, and they have unparalleled protection from the uk. If there names or addresses were known would they be so different. Would they kill for others reasons, even people of their own country on command if they had the possibility of accountability. In a world of internet access this coming of accountability for these people as grisly as it may be is only a matter of time.

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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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Originally posted by s12345
In a world of internet access this coming of accountability for these people as grisly as it may be is only a matter of time.


Aha! I've rediscovered your comment that led me to your threads. You certainly have a knack for stimulating some interesting posts.

Yes. This is a very good point. The internet makes the leaking of large numbers of sensitive addresses inevitable. There is a saying 'Many enemies means much honour'. But that's just the enemies you make for the right reasons. If you have many enemies because you took the King's Shilling in exchange for murder that's a different matter.

Talking of grisly, if I mention a ten year old boy killed with a pitchfork in a barn along with his father, simply in order to silence them after they discovered a certain 'hero', some people are going to know what I'm talking about. I can assure you, in Ireland that will never be forgotten. The 'hero' was eventually caught by his own scarf. Bear that in mind if you wear a scarf. After his torturous beating he was shot. Rumour from Ireland is he was then put through a mincer and added to sausages which were sold on the English market.

Another story from Ireland is that one of the 'terrorist cells' turned out to be 100% infiltrators. Fail.

It isn't unusual for those who fear reprisals to have locks on every door in the house. If you need to use the bathroom while visiting one of these people socially, they have to come with you and unlock and re-lock each door as you go through it. Constant stress drains your strength.

Repentance, forgiveness and reconciliation aren't just words. They are part of a process that gets you out of this seemingly inescapable trap. Give it thought.


The story told here is pretty much as I was told it by one who would know.




posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 04:42 PM
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Originally posted by TrueInstinct
Why do all non British get the impression we have CCTV on every street corner across the country?

This is something I've noticed in my short time as an ATS contributor. It must be some kind of useful brainwashing.

A friend of mine was murdered. He was knocked unconscious with a stun gun then kicked as he lay on the ground. He died of a heart attack a few hours later. Because it couldn't be proved the heart attack was a direct result of the assault his assailant couldn't be prosecuted for murder. The CCTV footage wasn't clear enough to show the stun gun. The assailant was at least identified from the CCTV, the most the judge could say was "It's kicks like those that kill a man". The yob got 18 months. I don't see any problem with CCTV in towns that at least bring people like that to justice. He would never have been charged without it.

There are plenty of youtube videos of incidents on American business premises and in homes caught on CCTV. I can't see any difference there. We may have more on the streets but I've only known that to be useful to the public. It's even useful when police do something they're ashamed of then claim the CCTV wasn't working. It's a plain admission of guilt. What's far more relevant is the use of personal cameras to keep police and others in order, and the use of home CCTV to record census compliance officers and tv licensing visitors.







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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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There are very small recorders that can record for a very long time: about the size of a memory stick. Easy as pie just pop the thing behind the light switch and turn on and at a later time remove and plug into a computer to download. Just think how many times that could have been done on you? Where you have stayed where it could have been done? Perhaps in your own home. I think from what I have heard that they would want a reason to remove before you leave: maid arrives, person needs to do work. They device is removed they have your conversations. So next time you go somewhere, take a screwdriver, remove the light switches and if you find something about the size of a memory stick, congratulations you have made £3,000 as they are quite expensive. P.S. If the guy who then wants to remove it has a shaven head wears Levi denim jacket, a baseball hat: probably with a hard plastic bit in it, is short slightly below average build then say,"Hello" from a person I met.I am sure he would wish to give his regards.
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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 05:37 PM
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Op quite simply no, and u also clearly kno nothing about 22sash so why would you even bother posting this thread regarding a topic u know nothing about?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 05:44 PM
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You can buy them. Also the reason for the Levi denim jacket is they can be bought altered to be bulletproof. Can then be worn with a t shirt and closed when required. The baseball hat can have a hard plastic part which can be put in to give limited head protection.
Recording device 500 hours looks
see link
www.spygadgets4u.co.uk...

Bullet proof denim jacket
see link
www.spycatcheronline.co.uk...

The best link to explore is the second anything a psycho government or privately funded nutter could want.



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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Originally posted by s12345
You can buy them. Also the reason for the Levi denim jacket is they can be bought altered to be bulletproof. Can then be worn with a t shirt and closed when required. The baseball hat can have a hard plastic part which can be put in to give limited head protection.
Recording device 500 hours looks
see link
www.spygadgets4u.co.uk...

Bullet proof denim jacket
see link
www.spycatcheronline.co.uk...

The best link to explore is the second anything a psycho government or privately funded nutter could want.

Dude you need help, seriously.



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:38 PM
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Another vague posting without any proof or corroborating evidence. One of those "my neighbor told me" posts.

MODS?



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:53 PM
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Hey someone said," there are no recorders and bulletproof levi jackets." and so I put on the recorders and bulletproof levi jackets. Short of going to the S.A.S. headquarters breaking in single handed and restraining them on mass I fail to see what else I can do. If the news tells you something do you ask each time for the evidence, no they tell you and you believe them.

Is the real point that people think the S.A.S. have to be perfect, idealize them so anything true which tarnishes their image: like the truth: is attacked. It seems to be a real versus spin situation.

SPIN

THE SAS ARE PERFECT

REAL

THEY TAKE SO MANY STEROIDS THEIR

PENISES HAVE PROBABLY DISAPEARED.

SPIN

THEY HAVE THE HIGHEST OF MORAL FIBRE

REAL

THEY OBEY ORDERS WITHOUT QUESTION AND WOULD KILL YOU IF TOLD TO WHETHER IT WAS RIGHT OR WRONG.




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posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 09:27 PM
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Well OP, four pages long, but still not easy to locate this thread. No matter, despite some misgivings as to why you make this thread on mostly hearsay, the title remains accurate, no speculation about it. Factually, they were used at Peterhead prison, that's no secret. Why, is anybody's guess, but the shills will be back most likely with some kind of answer. Perhaps if you do a little digging, if you are that bothered, you might find more.



posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 11:53 PM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Op quite simply no, and u also clearly kno nothing about 22sash so why would you even bother posting this thread regarding a topic u know nothing about?

Some one who speaks the truth!!!!! the original poster is an idiot for even beliving this also this is a joke, its gone on for 4 pages! what next "Pentagon" on the side of a van? or "KGB Super Dangerous soldiers" on the side of another or how about "MI6 SIS" on the side!?!? I'm gonna say it agian if you belive this then i worry about the mental health of people on this site you muppets!



posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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Actually from data from the person involved I have gotten a major breakthrough. I believe these people to be territorial S.A.S. They did not identify themselves as territorial S.A.S. The person who got them to go in may have been a person well known in the martial arts community: so I believe although I am not a martial artist. I know I will get attacked for this, but I will not mention who I believe it to be as I do not want a law action against me, plus I sort of like my face as it is.



posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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This makes sense that was why they identified themselves as S.A.S. I suppose the territorial S.A.S. are less busy. It does suppose as to what jobs these territorial types do in civilian life: are they really a training ground for criminals. I imagine an army or S.A.S. training would be great for a bank robber, criminal, drug dealer.....



posted on Mar, 23 2012 @ 10:39 PM
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Believe or don't believe it, up to you.

I was woken by 4 knocks at 3am and I was wearing earplugs (hubby snores) but my dog didn't bark.
my hubby then got up still asleep and sat on the bed. Which made me wonder if he had heard something too. So I open my eyes and above my wardrobe was a green oval light.
Under the light were 4 beaming-in type, shimmery figures with guns.
I 'knew' they had come to kill me, my hubby and my two teenagers. I had just a technique of breathing the name of God and waving them away.
They left.

And we had been followed at least twice in the year before. No one goes shopping in a supermarket, without a wallet (tight jeans!) or a basket of shopping. Even my youngest could spot him.

And a black van was seen outside my home using a microwave weapon at my house. It disrupted my old style TV and that's how I knew to look outside. They then slid their doors shut and zoomed off, as they had kept their engine running.


The point is, the SAS are not needed to assassinate British citizens TPTB have teleportation technology now. And I know of at least one incident where they did kill the four members of a family.

IMHO these people (if you can call them that) are not the SAS, the SAS are too intelligent for that.

TTFN



posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 11:08 AM
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I wish to create another post on this threat, the first was sent form my phone....

Specifically in relation to the OP, REALLYY!!!! You honestly believe that government of the UK is sending highly trained SAS troopers out to intimidate individuals, rather than say combating domestic terrorism, preparing security for the London Olympics, fighting in Afghanistan, assisting in operations in Pakistan and training for future combat operations as well as the other stuff we don’t know about. I would think the SAS would be a little bit too busy to bother trying to intimidate random members of the public.

What you have hared I can tell you categorically, unequivocally, with certainty, is one hundred percent lies the 22SAS do not go around intimidating random members of the public it is a insult to them to suggest so. Furthermore the same applies to 21 and 23SAS they also do not part take in such ridiculous antics as they are professional soldier’s who have seen combat recently in places such as Afghanistan. They “territorial” part does not mean they only operate inside the UK, in fact they are less likely to do so than their colleagues in 22SAS as 22SAS along with other regular UKSF units are partly responsible for domestic counterterrorism, something that 21 and 23 SAS do not have quite as much involvement in.

And while you are all arguing about bullet proof Levi jackets and the casual wear of off duty SAS squadies let’s not forget that at the start of this thread you assumed that the acronym SAS translated to Special Air Squadron, its SPECIAL AIR SERVICE!!!!. How can you make such a fundamental error and then assume to pass on all of this knowledge about a regiment you quite clearly know nothing about?.

Just for your convenience, hear is a quick list of previous operations that UKSF is believed to have been involved with domestically within the UK, it is by no means extensive.
1969, D Squadron of 22 SAS first deployed to Ireland
1975 in London the CRW first believed to have been deployed to assist police in retaking a hijacked airplane at standsted airport then deployed to the Balcombe street siege later that year however the gunmen surrendered without a shot being fired.
1980, London, operation Nimrod SAS retake the Iranian embassy
1987, Peterhead, SAS retake the prison after a riot rescuing a prison guard in the process.
2000, SAS on standby at stansted airport after a airplane hijacking
2001, SBS raid on the MV Nisha in the English channel
2005, SAS, SBS, SRR all deployed to London and other areas in the UK to combat terrorist threat following terrorist attacks on London transport system. Days latter SAS and SRR involved in apprehending suspect terrorists. There is grounds to believe that SRR was responsible for the killing of Jean Charles Demenzis.
2007, it is reported that a unit of the SAS has been moved to London to provide fast response to domestic terrorist incidents and assist SO15 and the security service with counter-terrorism.
2009, SRR deployed to Northern Ireland.

The point is that the SAS and other UKSF units are highly specialised military assets with applications for domestic counterterrorism in addition to their other skills. These skills are wasted on intimidating random’s.

In short, the OP is quite simply wrong, the practice of the SAS intimidating UK citizens on British soil is just wrong.

Any questions please just ask.



posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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So basically you like the SAS so much you are humping their leg. The Uk is corrupt and a person connected enough can break the law and get away with it, and probably bring in influential members of the state to help them.



posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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I am far from “humping” anyone’s leg, I am just pointing out that you are wrong. I could quite gladly also point out some of the mistakes and errors the SAS have made in the past just like I could discuss corruption in the UK.

However the topic of discussion as commenced in your OP is the suggestion that the SAS are currently being used to intimidate members of the public in the UK. That is quite simply not true as I have just pointed out to you, you have absolutely nothing to back up any of your allegations.




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