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Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Tony Bennett on 06.12.13 21:10

@ChillyHeat wrote:Anyone have an idea why SB comes up with those names whom he said buried Madeleine ?
He told me with such an air of authority.

As if he really knew.

I believe Walter Mitty was very similar.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by chillyheat on 06.12.13 21:22

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@ChillyHeat wrote:Anyone have an idea why SB comes up with those names whom he said buried Madeleine ?
He told me with such an air of authority.

As if he really knew.

I believe Walter Mitty was very similar.
Did you question him as to why he came up with the names though Tony ? Did he offer any reasons why ?

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by aiyoyo on 06.12.13 21:47

Alright, I better explain myself.

First she said TB shouldn't worry about threats from SB so long as his phone nr is removed as requested, then she was skeptical it is the real SB, followed on she hinted TB should change his Phone nr. I said hint because she said she would if it were her.

IMV, that's embellishing unnecessarily a situation that's between TB and SB; a situation best left to them to sort out.
SB text to TB was provoked by TB's thread the way I see it.
In any case shouldn't TB be granted due credit for his intelligence that he knows what he's doing/saying.

IMO, she's giving SB too much credit for his words, at the same time implying SB could be a threat.
I feel there's no need to cause focus on something that's probably a non-issue anyway that cant be sorted by the two men in question without a third party bringing attention to it.

Maybe I am over reacting. If I offend I am sorry.




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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by aiyoyo on 06.12.13 21:48

@Daisy wrote:
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No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:I wasn't doubting you Tony. I was just trying to give Stephen Birch the slightest benefit of the doubt that he couldn't really be as bad as he appeared to be here.

I'd change my phone number if he started ringing me!

Anyway, it looks as if he's given up on you now for which I'm sure you're grateful.
No offence NFWTD but you come across as meddling and having a penchant to turn non-issues into Mt Everest.
In doing so, you bring unnecessary attention to otherwise what were non issues.

SB must be having a good laugh, no wonder he thinks this forum is full of teenagers!
That's uncalled for, very unfair.
On reflection, you're right. My apology.

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Post by aiyoyo on 06.12.13 21:51

@ultimaThule wrote:That doesn't sound like you, aiyoyo confused Has SB's infernal machine taken over while you're lying bound and gagged beside a plate of bangers & mash?
Nothing as drastic or dramatic as that! If anything, I'm blaming it on the Mulled Wine!

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.12.13 10:58

Here's Birch's latest deliuded ravings, received on my mobile 'phone by text this morning.  People's Voice TV, take careful note. Exactly as sent, bad spelling and everything:

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Stephen Birch is brighter than the Portuguese police and Scotland Yard combined. He has single handedly found Madeleine McCann and embarrassed both country's. Madeleine lies buried beneath the Murat driveway. It has taken a South African at the tip of Africa to solve a crime the mighty British government could not solve.


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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by MarleneP on 10.12.13 11:11

Hahaha that's great. Thank you Mr. Birch! I will eat at once a Birchermuesli in your honor.

Birch - Bircher - Birchermuesli

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 11:13

He's actually being "normal" on Facebook at the moment - talking of normal social activities - and I hoped this was a good sign.

Alas, no!

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 11:23

@Tony Bennett wrote:
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Stephen Birch is brighter than the Portuguese police and Scotland Yard combined.



Yeah, well so am I (probably) but I don't feel the need to go randomly texting people to remind them!

Must be frustrating being him though. If he does actually believe/"know" that he's correct it must be very annoying not to have his claims taken seriously. I think it would unhinge a lot of people even if they weren't unhinged in the first place.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.12.13 11:27

@Ciawoman wrote:I think old Stephen could be too fond of New Zealand wine big grin

Or of himself?

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 11:47

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Ciawoman wrote:I think old Stephen could be too fond of New Zealand wine big grin

Or of himself?

Has he made any other "claims" before now, or is it just this one?

I think everybody should be forgiven one seemingly outrageous spouting in their lives, so long as they don't become serial offenders.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.12.13 11:55

Clay Regazzoni wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Ciawoman wrote:I think old Stephen could be too fond of New Zealand wine big grin

Or of himself?

Has he made any other "claims" before now, or is it just this one?

I think everybody should be forgiven one seemingly outrageous spouting in their lives,

REPLY: I might agree with that in general terms, but NOT IMO when it is concerned with the very serious matter of a child gone missing because of an atrocious crime having been committed against her

so long as they don't become serial offenders.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 12:14

@Tony Bennett wrote:


REPLY: I might agree with that in general terms, but NOT IMO when it is concerned with the very serious matter of a child gone missing because of an atrocious crime having been committed against her


Ok, Tony, I'm afraid you will have to make allowances from the fact that I speak from a position of relative ignorance - not compared to 99% of people, but certainly compared to yourself. However being buried under Murat's driveway does not preclude being the victim of an atrocious crime (it rather suggests it, in fact) or being "missing" for that matter.



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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 12:57

On a lighter note: I've just been offered 2 complimentary tickets for this evenings wrestling show "Tony 'Basher' Bennett v. Stephen 'Barmy' Birch". I'm advised to arrive early to avoid having to sit in the front row.  big grin 

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by watendlath on 10.12.13 13:08

According to Mr Birch:

The man who buried Maddie there had help from another person, who was familiar with the house, who knew that the dogs were restrained.
http://www.mccannfiles.com/id413.html


So who helped him keep the dogs at bay every time he sneaked into the Murat garden?

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.12.13 13:26

@watendlath wrote:According to Mr Birch:

The man who buried Maddie there had help from another person, who was familiar with the house, who knew that the dogs were restrained.
http://www.mccannfiles.com/id413.html

So who helped him keep the dogs at bay every time he sneaked into the Murat garden?

Do you want me to text Birch and find out?

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 13:35

He was asked basic questions - such as how did he get past the Murats' dogs - when he was a member here but all you got were stupid irrelevant comments.

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Post by Woofer on 10.12.13 13:38

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@watendlath wrote:According to Mr Birch:

The man who buried Maddie there had help from another person, who was familiar with the house, who knew that the dogs were restrained.
http://www.mccannfiles.com/id413.html

So who helped him keep the dogs at bay every time he sneaked into the Murat garden?

Do you want me to text Birch and find out?
Yes please  big grin

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by watendlath on 10.12.13 17:55

Tony Bennett wrote:
Do you want me to text Birch and find out?

I doubt it would make much difference.

But if he really does read this forum, then I would like to point out that Eddie the cadaver dog inspected the grounds of the Murat property in the summer of 2007 and found nothing, which to me means there's nothing there to be found.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 10.12.13 18:23

For me, I might have been interested in his theories to point to maybe unexpected areas, where it NOT that he claimed the PJ did FIND Madeleine's body, took DNA to plant in the hire car and then LEFT her there ... That is so outrageous, I don't have words for it. He's singing from a McCann sheet IMO.

Having said that, can anyone remember how this whole Birch-thing started? I remember something about OTHER people having found "evidence" and he betrayed them and ran away with it ... ?

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by aquila on 10.12.13 18:49

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@Ciawoman wrote:I think old Stephen could be too fond of New Zealand wine big grin

Or of himself?

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New Zealand wine? South Africa produces very good wine. Stephen Birch spouts so much from his backside he may have found a new strain of Cape grape.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Montclair on 10.12.13 21:31

@Tony Bennett wrote:Here's Birch's latest deliuded ravings, received on my mobile 'phone by text this morning.  People's Voice TV, take careful note. Exactly as sent, bad spelling and everything:

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Stephen Birch is brighter than the Portuguese police and Scotland Yard combined. He has single handedly found Madeleine McCann and embarrassed both country's. Madeleine lies buried beneath the Murat driveway. It has taken a South African at the tip of Africa to solve a crime the mighty British government could not solve.


ENDS

He is so bright that he cannot spell the word "countries" correctly.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by aquila on 10.12.13 21:39

@Montclair wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:Here's Birch's latest deliuded ravings, received on my mobile 'phone by text this morning.  People's Voice TV, take careful note. Exactly as sent, bad spelling and everything:

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Stephen Birch is brighter than the Portuguese police and Scotland Yard combined. He has single handedly found Madeleine McCann and embarrassed both country's. Madeleine lies buried beneath the Murat driveway. It has taken a South African at the tip of Africa to solve a crime the mighty British government could not solve.


ENDS

He is so bright that he cannot spell the word "countries" correctly.


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Aquila:

He tells everyone he's dyslexic. His dyslexia is variable - sometimes he can spell and others he can't. I challenged him about it (and the content of his posts on the forum) and was in the forum dog house (if you're South African that's the dog box).

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by ProfessorPPlum on 13.12.13 11:35

Referring to oneself in the third-person tends to be a good indicator of loony-ness in my book.

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Re: Bizarre text messages from Stephen Birch to Tony Bennett 5, 6 & 10 Dec 2013

Post by Guest on 13.12.13 11:44

Yes, she agrees with that. Sorry, that should be I agree!

One of the barmiest books I've ever read was by a man who claimed to have been on the bus that was bombed in London in July 2005. It was his story in his own words yet he referred to himself in the third person throughout.

The appalling grammar and punctuation didn't help an old fusspot like me, either.

An absolutely mad attention-seeker, there can be no doubt of that.

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