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Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1410 on: July 31, 2017, 11:50:21 PM »
I wish you could call and ask him about it, would be interesting to hear his answer

Probably should have tried, but trying to get through on C2C can be a pain if the guest is popular enough, so I didnt try with less than  30 minutes for calls. Especially since I was getting sleepy round that time.

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1411 on: August 19, 2017, 05:59:33 PM »
Richard had an actual "cat lady" call in. His mild mannered Canadian responded "oh dear" when she described the judge saying the cats should be killed and dog catcher "crunching the spine the cats." "They" kicked her out of her house because of her cats. But she couldn't tell Richard how many cats she has because she can't really see but just "puts out water and food." Apparently the city, it wasn't clear, "smelled cats at her house when cleaning up a skunk that got smashed in the road." She was told she can't have cats and they took her cats and killed them.

The next caller "feels for Mary" but "if you don't know how many cats you have, you probably have too many."

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1412 on: August 19, 2017, 08:03:27 PM »
Richard had an actual "cat lady" call in. His mild mannered Canadian responded "oh dear" when she described the judge saying the cats should be killed and dog catcher "crunching the spine the cats." "They" kicked her out of her house because of her cats. But she couldn't tell Richard how many cats she has because she can't really see but just "puts out water and food." Apparently the city, it wasn't clear, "smelled cats at her house when cleaning up a skunk that got smashed in the road." She was told she can't have cats and they took her cats and killed them.

The next caller "feels for Mary" but "if you don't know how many cats you have, you probably have too many."

The cat lady's credibility got a boost when Alabama Annie called in to vouch for just how evil cities can be.


Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1413 on: August 19, 2017, 08:30:20 PM »
The cat lady's credibility got a boost when Alabama Annie called in to vouch for just how evil cities can be.
Indeed. That was funny, Annie from Alabama backing up poor Mary's story, though she did admonish her a bit and said that people shouldn't have too many cats. I get a kick out of Richard's reactions to caller's tales of woe and conspiracy theories and/or violence. "oh dear." "oh my" If he only judges the USA by C2C callers he must think it is a country full of crazies, cranks, disabled and exploited people, and preachers- all of which have been screwed over by someone ('the city,' 'the judge,' 'the joose,' 'the anti-Christ,' 'NWO,' 'bad medicine,'  etc etc.)

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1414 on: August 20, 2017, 02:38:52 PM »
2nd Guest was self-defense expert. Pretty much the normal advice, situational awareness, cover, disrupting the attacker by any means necessary, using whatever objects are at hand, etc.
One caller has suggested that he is going to start practicing throwing some rocks "he had on his mantle" which could be used to kill or injure terrorists. Comment by both Richard and the expert "but who wants to walk around with rocks in their pocket?"

1st Guest was the engine/energy guy from Spokane to talk about synchronicity. The only part I chuckled at was Richard pondering if there was something in the water, a portal, or some energy as to why so many guests/callers/"experts" are in the Spokane area. (In other words why so many cranks, crazies, experiencers, and such in Spokane?)

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1415 on: August 20, 2017, 05:04:51 PM »
2nd Guest was self-defense expert. Pretty much the normal advice, situational awareness, cover, disrupting the attacker by any means necessary, using whatever objects are at hand, etc.
One caller has suggested that he is going to start practicing throwing some rocks "he had on his mantle" which could be used to kill or injure terrorists. Comment by both Richard and the expert "but who wants to walk around with rocks in their pocket?"

The guy claimed to be former Brit SAS, and has co-authored a book on how to survive a terrorist or deranged mass murderer attack.  What I found disappointing about this guest was his lack of knowledge of the mass killings at Virginia Tech, one of the primary events he used to illustrate his points.  He claimed no one resisted at VT, and used the fact the killer had time to reload multiple times to validate the statement.  In point of fact, a USAF ROTC cadet (in uniform) charged the shooter, and got shot multiple times.  Just before killing himself, the shooter put several more rounds into the dead cadet.  I have also heard there was a former USN Seal locked down in the building where most of killings occurred who begged to be let out to go after the shooter, but he was refused.  I have not been able to confirm this story, however.

I forget the ROTC cadet's name, but it took several years before his actions were formally recognized by USAF.  The way it was explained to me was, since he was only a sophomore at the time of his death, he was not officially in the Air Force yet.  (This apparently occurs at the start of a cadet's third year.)  He was finally awarded the Airman's Medal despite his status thanks to efforts of one of the detachment's officers. The medal is the highest award for heroism an US airman can receive when not directly involved in armed combat in time of war.

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1416 on: August 20, 2017, 06:00:10 PM »
The guy claimed to be former Brit SAS, and has co-authored a book on how to survive a terrorist or deranged mass murderer attack.  What I found disappointing about this guest was his lack of knowledge of the mass killings at Virginia Tech, one of the primary events he used to illustrate his points.  He claimed no one resisted at VT, and used the fact the killer had time to reload multiple times to validate the statement.  In point of fact, a USAF ROTC cadet (in uniform) charged the shooter, and got shot multiple times.  Just before killing himself, the shooter put several more rounds into the dead cadet.  I have also heard there was a former USN Seal locked down in the building where most of killings occurred who begged to be let out to go after the shooter, but he was refused.  I have not been able to confirm this story, however.

I forget the ROTC cadet's name, but it took several years before his actions were formally recognized by USAF.  The way it was explained to me was, since he was only a sophomore at the time of his death, he was not officially in the Air Force yet.  (This apparently occurs at the start of a cadet's third year.)  He was finally awarded the Airman's Medal despite his status thanks to efforts of one of the detachment's officers. The medal is the highest award for heroism an US airman can receive when not directly involved in armed combat in time of war.
Good point. I recall that but also now that you mention it. His website seems slick and legit but anybody can have a website made.
http://www.roninconceptsusa.com/
But I find this data also:
https://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/company/find?q=Ronin+Concepts+Elite+Ltd&s=s (one in liquidation)
https://www.companiesintheuk.co.uk/ltd/ronin-concepts-security-elite (says account over due, winding-down due to liabilities)
But I'm not buying the full reports and there can be various legitimate conditions and reasons for a business to shut down, change names, and what-not but also there can be suspicious reasons and why now operating in the USA but 'winded-down' some of his UK entities?

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1417 on: September 05, 2017, 02:31:26 PM »
I like how Richard Syrett does his show live on YouTube:  makes it seems more akin to "live radio."  Jimmy Church has started doing that once in a while with his show lately. 

https://conspiracyshow.strangeplanet.ca/

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1418 on: September 10, 2017, 08:55:07 PM »
Hi all....tonight should be a rather good program.

Re: Richard Syrett
« Reply #1419 on: September 11, 2017, 06:37:44 PM »
The guest talking about the Mandela Effect last night just had a poor memory or heard names wrong or something.
He thought it was always Jiffy peanut butter, instead of the current JIF.  He probably mixed that up with Jiffy Popcorn?
He also thought the Flintstones used to be called Flinnstones, that was never the case, he just heard it wrong.
Same thing with thinking Oscar Mayer was once spelled Meyer, just a case of hearing it wrong.