the dissident frogman

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UPDATE:
Final words from the dissident frogman and miscellaneous apologies here

I'm just coming back from Normandy and still have to unpack, but I wanted to offer you a new game to play, particularly if you're in for a D-Day tour this summer.

If you planned it, you may want to cancel your visit to the Musée Mémorial de la Bataille de Normandie (Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy) in Bayeux.

Unless you would like to play this game, I told you about.

It's called: "Guess what's missing at a museum dedicated to the Battle of Normandy, 1944?"

Let's see if you're as good at this game as the dissident frogman:

1) Guess what's missing on an empty pole, around a monument to the liberators in the Museum's park up front?



2) Guess what's missing in an empty space in the lapel pin's display case at the Museum's shop?



3) Guess what's missing on an empty pedestal on top of the Museum shop's checkout, at the exit?



That game is piece of cake right?

I could fire up a ferocious comment but I'm still disgusted by these three "coincidences".
What's more, I couldn't get any lucid and convincing explanation for this "fortuitous" accrual.

But maybe you can:

Bayeux's Mayor office:
cabinetdumaire@mairie-bayeux.fr

The Memorial Museum:
museedelabataille@free.fr
Boulevard Fabian Ware - 14400 Bayeux
Phone : +33 (0)2 31 51 46 90
Fax : +33 (0)2 31 51 46 91

As a reference, the direct link to this post is:
http://www.thedissidentfrogman.com/dacha/000185.html

Next year, we'll commemorate the 60 years of D-Day and the beginning of the liberation of Europe, from the West (on the East, the Red Army led a conquest war, multiplying the exactions. Not a liberation one).

I'm sure the Museum's administration or Bayeux's town hall (which, in fact, I suspect to be the same) can come up with a good reason for this weighty absence.

And explain us the game's rules.

UPDATE:
From Bulgaria, Jkrank weights in at Sofia Sideshow, with an inspiring template, in case you'd want to ask the Museum's staff to explain the game's rules.

Jkrank is not the mean-spirited type.

Fortunately.

Else, he would have written down the address of the Museum and suggested an idea that would add to the already prodigious records of international aid coming from the United States.

He's just too magnanimous in my opinion.

Don't forget about the Mayor's office though.

UPDATE II:
You might want to have a closer look...

the empty pole
the empty space
the empty pedestal
UPDATE III:
For our third rate experts in photo editing who swallow without bating an eye the assertions of any given dictator when he swear he's peaceful even though he "slightly" exterminated a part of his population sometimes but detect a plot in humble photos such as the ones illustrating this post, there goes the high resolution versions.
Careful, it's heavy.

the empty pole
the empty space
the empty pedestal

And oh... I'm not going back on that anymore. Those who want to believe these pictures are fakes are probably those who bought Meyssan's lamentable theory. So yeah, no plane crashed on the Pentagone, these pictures have been doctored and the CIA is responsible for all the misery in the world.

Thanks for not leaving your alternative reality too often.

WARNING: A lot of bogus information and falsehood is being relayed, based on some serious misuderstanding of the following article.
Before you jump to conclusions, before you decide to post about it on your site, blog or forum, it is crucial that you read this article that provides essential information on this issue that may not be as bad as it's being reported. Thanks.
UPDATE II:
Final words from the dissident frogman and miscellaneous apologies here


Expect more about Normandy in the coming days - Joe is fine though, but I have a few things to say and show you about Tommy.

However, coffee first. And unpacking.
Dirty underwear, missing socks to generate a usable pair, joy of the world traveler.

I'm awfully late with the mail. I was before leaving for Normandy and of course, it got worse.
My sincere apology to all the people who wrote me lately and are expecting an answer.

That rules out the pathetic assclown coming from the company that fences the State monopoly on the routing of written correspondence - as a fact, you should be slaving away to pretend you're deserving the salary your employer is stealing partly in my pocket, instead of spending the day browsing the Web and voicing afflictive opinions in a chancy French, you feckless parasite.

Nevertheless I will write back to the friends, I promise.

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MISE Á JOUR II :
Derniers mots du dissident frogman et diverses excuses ici

Je viens juste de rentrer de Normandie et il me faut déballer mes valises, mais je voulais vous proposer un nouveau jeu, particulièrement si vous envisagiez une tournée Jour-J cet été.

Si vous l'aviez mis au programme, vous voudrez peut être annuler la visite au Musée Mémorial de la Bataille de Normandie à Bayeux.

Sauf si vous avez envie de jouer au jeu en question, bien entendu.

C'est : "Devinez ce qui manque dans un musée dédié à la Bataille de Normandie, 1944 ?"

Voyons si vous êtes aussi doué à ce jeu que le dissident frogman :

1) Devinez ce qui manque sur un mât vide autour d'une stèle dédiée aux libérateurs, dans le parc du musée, juste devant ?



2) Devinez ce qui manque dans un espace vide dans la vitrine des pin's de la boutique du musée ?



3) Devinez ce qui manque dans un socle vide sur les caisses de la boutique du musée, à la sortie ?



Super fastoche ce jeu, pas vrai ?

Je pourrais lâcher un commentaire féroce mais je suis toujours écoeuré par ces trois "coïncidences".
De plus, je n'ai pas pu obtenir d'explication claire et convaincante pour cette accumulation "fortuite".

Mais peut-être le pouvez vous :

Cabinet du maire de Bayeux :
cabinetdumaire@mairie-bayeux.fr

Le Musée Mémorial :
museedelabataille@free.fr
Boulevard Fabian Ware - 14400 Bayeux
Tél. : 02 31 51 46 90
Fax : 02 31 51 46 91

A titre de référence, le lien direct vers ce post est:
http://www.thedissidentfrogman.com/dacha/000185.html

L'année prochaine, nous célébrerons les 60 ans du Jour-J et le début de la libération de l'Europe par l'Ouest (à l'Est, l'Armée Rouge à mené une guerre de conquête, en multipliant les exactions. Pas une guerre de libération).

Je suis certain que l'administration du Musée ou la Mairie de Bayeux (qu'en fait je soupçonne de ne former qu'une seule entité) peuvent nous donner une bonne raison pour cette pesante absence.

Et nous expliquer les règles du jeu.

MISE A JOUR :
De Bulgarie, Jkrank entre dans l'arène à Sofia Sideshow, avec un modèle de lettre inspirateur, au cas où vous voudriez demander les règles du jeu à l'équipe du Musée.

Jkrank n'est pas un méchant homme.

Heureusement.

Sinon, il aurait reproduit l'adresse du musée et suggéré une idée qui s'ajouterait au score déjà prodigieux de l'aide internationale en provenance des États Unis.

Il est bien trop magnanime à mon avis.

N'oubliez pas le cabinet du Maire, au fait.
MISE A JOUR II :
Vous voudrez peut être voir cela de plus près...

le mât vide
l'espace vide
le socle vide
MISE A JOUR III :
A l'usage de nos experts en retouche à la petite semaine qui avalent sans broncher les affirmations du premier dictateur venu lorsqu'il jure ses grand dieux que ses intentions sont pacifiques même si il lui est déjà arrivé de "légèrement" exterminer sa population mais décèlent le complot dans d'humbles photos telles celles qui illustrent ce post, voici les versions haute résolution.
'tention, c'est lourd.

le mât vide
l'espace vide
le socle vide

Et à propos, je ne reviens plus là dessus. Ceux qui veulent croire que ces photos sont truquées sont probablement les mêmes que ceux qui s'accrochent à la lamentable théorie de Meyssan. Alors ouais, aucun avion ne s'est crashé sur le Pentagone, ces photos sont truquées et la CIA est responsable de toute la misère du monde.

Merci de ne pas quitter votre réalité alternative trop souvent.

ATTENTION: beaucoup de fausses informations sont actuellement relayées, se basant sur des incompréhensions de l'article suivant.
Avant que vous ne tiriez des conclusions, avant que vous ne décidiez de poster à ce sujet sur votre site, blog ou forum, il est crucial que vous lisiez cet article qui fournit des informations essentielles sur cette situation qui n'est peut être pas aussi grave que cela est en train d'être rapporté. Merci.
MISE Á JOUR II :
Derniers mots du dissident frogman et diverses excuses ici


Attendez vous à plus à propos de la Normandie dans les jours qui viennent - Joe va bien, cela dit, mais j'ai deux ou trois choses à vous dire et à vous montrer à propos de Tommy.

Mais d'abord, café. Et déballage.
Sous-vêtements sales, chaussettes manquantes pour générer une paire utilisable, joies du globe-trotter.

Je suis affreusement en retard avec les emails. Je l'étais avant de partir pour la Normandie et bien entendu, cela s'est encore gâté.
Mes excuses sincères à ceux qui m'ont écrit et attendent une réponse.

Cela exclut le pathétique cul de clown en provenance de l'entreprise receleuse du monopole d'État pour l'acheminement de la correspondance papier - vous devriez d'ailleurs bosser pour faire semblant de mériter le salaire que votre employeur vole en partie dans ma poche, au lieu de passer vos journées à surfer et à exprimer d'affligeantes opinions en un français douteux, inepte parasite.

Mais je répondrais aux amis, c'est promis.

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406 - Sergeant USMC

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Well said, TS

407 - David

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Well, some 150 comments into this thing and I was finally set-off to the point of posting myself. Frankly, I'm not even disturbed by the lack of American flags at Normandy...at least not after reading some of the absolutely ludicrous posts I've read here that demonstrate immense ineptitude when it comes to piecing together history and approaching it in a logical manner. So a few reminders for some of you out there... 1)Yes, France did help the United States in its bid for independence. But let's not forget that the American Revolution was fought against the British, who just happened to be long-time enemies of the French. As the saying goes, my enemy's enemy is my friend. France's participation in the revolution was, by the most conservative approach, as much about their self-interest as it was virtuous. I'm not in any way accusing France of only looking out for number one, but let's face facts here...it wasn't about just being nice to the new kid. 2)I loathe even addressing this, but whoever it was that claimed America's participation in WWII's European theater was inconsequential most likely serves as a prime example of the failings of public education. In an effort to aid its allies, the United States pulled itself up by its bootstraps from a depression to launch a military machine that had been left to rust following WWI in a relatively short period of time. It wasn't just the soldiers, either. It was every American who bought a war bond, rationed, left home to work on the assembly lines or lost a loved one to aid our allies against an enemy that really didn't even pose that much of a threat to the US at the time. Furthermore, the US abandoned isolationist policies to aid Europe in its time of need. These are the same policies, the belief that the US should keep its nose out of foreign affairs, that countries such as France want the US to practice now. Well, we learned from our mistakes back then, and it would be silly of us to go back to it today. 3)Finally, the US was attacked on 9/11, for those of you who seem to forget. I don't care what we may have done to lead up to it, we were attacked and we're not going to let it happen again. Unlike so many other countries that seem to believe appeasement is the best policy, we won't stand idly by as our nation is attacked in hopes that our enemies will just work it out of their system. If you take on the US, there will be repercussions. And we'd sure as hell appreciate it if our friends would lend a helping hand. But France turned out to be the kind of buddy who says he'll help you move but won't answer the phone when it comes time to lift that heavy entertainment center into the truck. Not only that, but the kind of friend who calls all your other friends and encourages them not to help either. In the end, we learn that with friends like that, who needs...well, you get the point. Listen, I've got nothing against the French people as individuals. In fact, I feel more sorry for them more than anything. Here is a people rich in culture and history that seem to have lost their way in the modern world and are allowing it to be destroyed not by the US, but by the very radicals the US hopes to eliminate. There simply comes a time when you need to stand up for what you believe is right. That has been a constant theme throughout America's relatively short history, but one that has proven prosperous. Perhaps it doesn't mesh with the storied history of France, but it's worked for us and we're going to keep on keeping on (thanks Joe Dirt). And when all is said and done, we'll go home and start screening our calls, just in case its a fair-weather friend looking for a helping hand. And that's the way it is.

408 - ap0calpt1c

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The US saved the frogs from the Germans and they'll never forgive us for it. Look, it's pretty much a given that the French (and certain other western Europeans)are extremely jealous of Americans. We're the big 'can-do' cowboy and they're the guy making the beans for our grub. I would lay money that these pictures are accurate. I just can't believe they would stoop so low. There is no equivalency here. Not buying their wine or visiting their country is quite different from disrespecting our men and women who gave their lives liberating their country. As for the folks arguing that the French just disagreed with us on the Iraq issue, I think Regis Philbin put it as well as anyone could. "The only time the French want to go to war is when the German army is sitting in Paris sipping coffee."

410 - qwe

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TDF (163) I've just looked at the newest images you posted, which you hadn't put up when I originally viewed them, and I want to retract my accusation that they've been edited. In addition, a halyard is present - another error on my part, and I apologise. I still think that the centre flagpole has been vacant for some time though, and that there are only three flagpoles present. This phpto doesn't show an attempt to insult America.

411 - Tzurriz

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The Australian flag is missing.

412 - Jef

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TS - Shall I obtain a plane ticket, fly of to these Islamic countries, and kill me as many "A-rabs" as I can, before I get offed?

We have to point out the fact that Iraq was the most forword thinking of Muslim countries.
It was.
Now, its nothing but a US puppet state.

Now, what Jihad do you speak of?
Actual orginizations like the Islamic Jihad, or actions (the Jihad) declared by other orginizations?

Iraq had and has used Chemical weapons, on the Kurds.
We know that.
Its reprehensible.
Who supplied the weapons?
The US, and the Brittish when they were setting Saddam up as a pro-US force in a decisively Anti-Us atmosphere...

I do not think that it is disrepectful to question the actions taken in the name of the dead.

413 - Deb

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All I have to say is, next time Froggies, don't come callin' when you need help (I'm guessing that will be soon, like when the massive Arab radical population in your midst decides Sharia laws would be a great idea). As for the gentleman who suggested that we "overreact to everything..." If you think for one second that "The Troubles" are remotely comparable to what happened on 9/11--either in terms of carnage or in terms of the sheer number of people whose hatred for the West (not JUST the US as you believe) was represented by those attacks (and thus the sheer magnitude of the long-term danger to all of the freedom loving NON-Muslim people on the planet), then you are simply delusional. What happened in Ireland had almost ZERO impact on what goes on in Paris. What happened in NY, PA and D.C. has a very significant impact on the entire Western World. I'm sorry to be so harsh and blunt, and do not mean to belittle the deaths of Irish or British on either side of the troubles, but the two are not comparable because they are not motivated by the same types of things AT ALL. A basic course in geo-politics and religion could have taught you that!

414 - Charles Rahn

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The Friggin' French will always be obnoxious and ungrateful. They have shown it time after time. Why should we expect them to change? It runs in their blood. They are cowards! Remember, they have plenty of military rifles for sale, only dropped once!

415 - Sergeant USMC

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Everyone should read David's post on #182...and stop this so called debate. For those of you that oppose what America stands for, I leave you with this... The Soldier By Father Denis Edward O'Brien "It is the soldier, not the reporter, Who has given us freedom of the press. It is the soldier, not the poet, Who has given us freedom of speech. It is the soldier, not the campus organizer, Who has given us the freedom to demonstrate. It is the soldier, Who salutes the flag, Who serves beneath the flag, And whose coffin is draped by the flag, Who allows the protestor to burn the flag."