Waffen SS UK members handbook???

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  1. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    Some bomb building nutter has been nicked and among his armoury he's supposed to have a copy of The Waffen SS UK members handbook which doesn't show up on a google other than in relation to this story.

    Anyone have any idea what it is? I suspect it's some neo-nazi nonsense, but I'm interested in finding out if that's the case.

    Story link:
    BBC NEWS | England | Man charged with terror offences

    cheers
     
  2. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    If anybody does find it... Don't link to it from here!

    Be careful where you click Chad. :unsure:
     
  3. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    Well I'm not too worried, he's obviously a little slow as we all stopped fighting in '45 after all. Plus I have a suspicion it's a single copy of a school exercise book with three colours of crayon throughout, but as per instruction I shall obey.

    If anyone does find an URL/link for it please PM it to me, I shall copy and paste so my visit is untraceable from this site.

    cheers,
     
  4. Drew5233

    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Is there a forum by that or a similiar name? He may be Admin for it hence having a book :)
     
  5. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    I shall copy and paste so my visit is untraceable from this site.
    Doesn't copy & paste still leave a link to the original site?
    Save the image to 'My Photos' on your pC then either upload it to Photobucket or add as an attachment to be extra sure .

    See story on Dail Mail site.
    Loner charged with terror offences was 'caught with bombs and Nazi souvenirs' | Mail Online

    Lewington, from Reading, was also said to have had three tennis balls, which it was claimed could also be used in an act of terrorism. The charge did not explain how the balls could have been used for terrorist purposes.
     
  6. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    I see we have another described as a 'loner' - the 4th estate showing it's usual originality. :rolleyes:

    Doesn't copy & paste still leave a link to the original site? Save the image to 'My Photos' on your pC then either upload it to Photobucket or add as an attachment to be extra sure
    Not if it's just a link passed on mate. You're thinking of hot-linked images (not what Chad said) and bigger cut/paste jobs that leave a link.
    Chad was sensibly suggesting he'd paste the URL into his browser rather than click it here. This would show up in the analytics of whatever scumbag was hosting it as just a visit from the Internet, whereas if a link was clicked here then they'd see the URL of this site - which I don't want.

    And I'd still strongly recommend people think very hard before curiously downloading these 'manuals' when encountered, (no matter how dim/weak the content) on this and other contemporary 'civil disorder' subjects. People have had very embarrassing interviews just for possessing an amount of them. Putting them on your hard drive equals possession.
    Also unless you know how to mask your pooter's web identity you're making yourself very visible to distasteful people, often with a variety of other agendas just by downloading 'em.
     
  7. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    Oh I quite agree, I've no intention of downloading it not least because because I've much better things to be reading. I'm really only interested in seeing who's behind the sordid little book, and to see which branch of the lunatics association this chap belongs to.

    cheers,
     

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