Russians accusing Brits of spying

#2
Lol. A way for putin to tarnish these NGO's appearence, in the eyes of russians. (Non Governement Organisation?). With more support, he can weaken them therefore further empowering state rule, or something similar. A jinky sausage that bloke, certainly clever anyway.

In addition, makes a cracking little story for the ruskie civilians - makes them think their country is worth spying on!

The top secret plans for boiled cabbage soup anyone?? Perhaps I'll sell them on ebay... :|
 
#3
It cheered me up this morning!

Those damn ruskies, they're mad as fish! :D
 
#4
#5
From what I have seen on the BBC World Service TV it does come across a bit on the strange side.
Just assuming NKVDs lads have it right and Perfidious Albion has been cought with her drawers down.
I find it hard to beleive that with the Fendish Cunning of the Brit we would need to have a 'Staffer' walk outside the Embassy and 'Interogate' the 'Stone; from a side walk with a batter powered 'Vibrator'.
Shurely a more powerful 'Interigator' a mains jobber, would be operted from inside Embassy and aimed from inside of said building.
Ivan's probably trying to get us out of that location.
john
 
#6
jonwilly said:
I find it hard to beleive that with the Fendish Cunning of the Brit we would need to have a 'Staffer' walk outside the Embassy and 'Interogate' the 'Stone; from a side walk with a batter powered 'Vibrator'.
OK. I have this really bizarre mental image floating around my noggin at the moment. Erm, Stand-by One...
 
#7
No doubt the FSB are trying to tell the MI6 Station Chief, who normally hides behind another title at the Embassy such as Cultural Attche that the Russians know who the British Intel boys are.

Such incidents like the most recent one are not uncommon. I dont think we will be getting to the stage of the Russian Foreign Ministry doing what the British Foreign Office did back in Sept 1971 when they began Operation Foot and expelled 90 Russian Diplomats in London for Activites not compatible to their status. The lovley latin word of " Persona non grata".
 
#8
#9
Holy hell! Someone in Moscow has been watching too many James Bond movies. What's next? "Sirs....please remove your watches, we fear they have built in lasers and the ability to detonate claymore mines remotely!"
 
#10
Manchester_Rogue said:
Holy hell! Someone in Moscow has been watching too many James Bond movies. What's next? "Sirs....please remove your watches, we fear they have built in lasers and the ability to detonate claymore mines remotely!"
Exactly Manchester_rouge. This crap goes on at a normal basis over there and over here...
 
#11
welshblokemiles said:
Lol. A way for putin to tarnish these NGO's appearence, in the eyes of russians. (Non Governement Organisation?). With more support, he can weaken them therefore further empowering state rule, or something similar. A jinky sausage that bloke, certainly clever anyway.

In addition, makes a cracking little story for the ruskie civilians - makes them think their country is worth spying on!

The top secret plans for boiled cabbage soup anyone?? Perhaps I'll sell them on ebay... :|
If the russians decided to turn off the gas (just for sh*ts and giggles) all of western europe would be cooking cabbage by candle light in about 10 days..
 
#13
- Im sure Russia is in Asia and not Europe!!!! -

India-Juliet, perhaps you would like to take out that atlas and look again. Russia stradles Europe and Asia, with Moscow in Europe. Still, you septics are'nt to good on the old geography are you
 
#14
crabtastic said:
A FSB officer told Rossiya television the hi-tech stone was "absolutely new spy technology".
Only in Russia can such a statement be made with absolutely no sense of irony and with a straight face. :D
Feck me, we gave up running press conferences in Connelly House on those "stones" about 10 years ago
 
#17
We're spying on the Rooskies?

"Hello Pot, this is Kettle; send colour state. Over..."

That aside, anything that blackens the name of those do-gooding, treehugging, "Save the Gay Whale" activist cnuts in NGOs is okay by me. F*cking pinkoes.

Edited to include anti-NGO rant; a perfectly reasonable response to being called a"Baby-killing mercenary some years ago by a charming Norwegian bird with a cracking arrse and tofu for brains.
 
#18
Stick_Knave said:
crabtastic said:
A FSB officer told Rossiya television the hi-tech stone was "absolutely new spy technology".
Only in Russia can such a statement be made with absolutely no sense of irony and with a straight face. :D
Feck me, we gave up running press conferences in Connelly House on those "stones" about 10 years ago
Twelve, shurely :D

But this story has legs. My company has bought some x-ray kit from that sort of direction which wasn't available in the West, and the quality of the product/expertise of their techs has been instructional. OK, so maybe they stole the original ideas (via a rock in a park or a B&H packet in a molehole) from Los Angeles or Cambridge or somewhere, but strangely, an identical copy of their product has now turned up in Belgium in another guise and brandname; they're furious!
Yours glowingly, WB
 
#19
jonwilly said:
I find it hard to beleive that with the Fendish Cunning of the Brit we would need to have a 'Staffer' walk outside the Embassy and 'Interogate' the 'Stone; from a side walk with a batter powered 'Vibrator'.
Now shee here, Double-Oh-Sheven. Thish wireless personal data assistant looksh like an ordinary vibrator. The Minishtry perfected it at conshiderable expense. Try not to subject it to frivolous uses and return it in the shame condition in which you found it, won't you?
 
#20
Any ideas how big this rock is? And how did they insert it? 'yes, we're from Acme Rock-Installation Inc. where did you want it?'
 
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