Mirror (non)Trading International 3 - Freemasons,Russians,and no bitcoins

now05ster

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Ha ha.

This is a classic video. So much quotable material. And so much shouting.


"We are trading every single day!!"

"You can go double check every single trade on your account"

"MTI is quite clearly, not a pyramid scheme!!!!"
"Guys when you are asking questions like that and you don't actually know what you are talking about you look a little silly. <little chuckle> I must be honest. "
 

Wary GOM

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Looking at that video again, I feel a little let down that we don't get any more of Cheri's little performances. Never did I think I would say that! Perhaps as the new cour appearance gets closer and the 4 different teams of lawyers find that they don't all have common goals, we might get some videos of lawyers being harangued.
 

Thugscub

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Exactly. Referred the idiot to this thread. But he still won't believe it's a Ponzi scam.
 

Wary GOM

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Given the popular rumour from the opposition-crowd currently is that the FSCA confiscated 26000 BTC during the raid they're all very excited to be getting all their money back once the freemason's forced to hand it over :rolleyes: :ROFL:
You aren’t serious are you?
This is really in the league of certifiable delusion. Just for a start, does anyone who has read or heard Cheri rant on think she wouldn’t have screamed if bitcoin had been confiscated during the raid?
More interesting is that it sounds like whoever is peddling this idea thinks bitcoins are like Kruger rands and that they were in a pile somewhere! Or do they think that Cheri was tortured by having Lindt balls dangled in front of her until she divulged the passwords?
 

notayoba

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Can't wait for the investigations to build up a bit of steam. I'm almost willing to bet that Lindtbolletjie will eventually give in to her urges, ignore legal advice to shut up, and go on a YouTube rant, or make a 'private' video that will eventually make it's way to WhatsApp.

Brother bear "The international operator operating internationally with his extraction team" might also get in on the action and throw around some threats to anyone willing to listen.

For all his faults, the man with no neck seems to be the most sensible when it comes to shutting up and keeping a low profile.
 

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Snyper564

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This has always been a surprisingly effective strategy for this bunch when trying to appeal to their cult members followers - find a common enemy:
- Us versus the banking system
- Us versus the FSCA
- Us versus fake news
- Us versus the people that are jealous of our 'returns'
- Us versus negative people
Yup mentioned this last year at the height of the scam....


 

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Mr Lee's letter is very illuminating. Quite clearly he had very little idea of the investigative and legal complexity of liquidating a company when the CEO has gone walk-about with the assets and the Directors must have taken generous slices of incoming investors' bitcoin. However, he and other MTI members are helping increase the attention that should focus on back office admin staff. The more members who make a fuss about getting information from the MTI records, the more worried those oh so righteous admin staff should get. Although most of them probably are lucky that JS disappeared meaning that they might evade criminal charges, being cross-examined by four different teams of lawyers will be an enlightening experience.

Mr Lee IS correct in being worried about the Ponzi case because it, too, will require solid information from the back office on real incoming investments compared with payments to members from fictional earnings. He and many like him could very well find themselves paying for their withdrawals for years to come. Offers of Beamers and Mercs to say nothing of Jeeps for sale might jump around mid-year.

His second-to last paragraph just doesn't make sense. In any event, his information that the application to deal with MTI as a Ponzi is 'based on false information' is just a ploy to keep all the other suckers hoping that they will get all the imaginary bitcoin that appeared in their statements each week.

Finally, I just love his pious mention at the end that a desire to see Justice done (note the capital letter) is part of his reason for changing his lawyers. For his family's sake, I hope his new lawyers are good at pulling rabbits out of hats or he will be shown to have been part of an illegal Pyramid scheme and a Ponzi scheme. For the good of his immortal soul (?) he needs to face the consequences of having benefited from a company that paid some members from the investments of many. He and all of his ilk should not complain about the profits that the lawyers make - at least these lawyer have to do some work for their (exorbitant?) fees.
 

Thugscub

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Scamming pricks.
Still I find it amazing idiots believing they will get their cash back.
Clinging to every shred of lies, hoping that the vanished Linbolletjies are still around and not in the fat asses stomach.
 

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He claims RAG now supporting his efforts..mmm, maybe the other way around. :unsure:
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There is no limit to greed.

Looks like Anton Lee withdrew a cr@pton vs what he deposited and right now want even the remaining ill gains from the ponzi scheme by not having it declared a ponzi scheme.

You would think that if he put in more than he got out , he would definitely want the ponzi scheme direction to play out but since thats not the case it seems Anton Lee made it clear to anyone that he got out far more than he put in and even now wants to get the remaining paper profit paid out to him.

Going to be funny when this blows up in his face and is declared a ponzi. They will immediately know that he is part of the few who got far more out than they put in.
 

Wary GOM

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There is no limit to greed.

Looks like Anton Lee withdrew a cr@pton vs what he deposited and right now want even the remaining ill gains from the ponzi scheme by not having it declared a ponzi scheme.

You would think that if he put in more than he got out , he would definitely want the ponzi scheme direction to play out but since thats not the case it seems Anton Lee made it clear to anyone that he got out far more than he put in and even now wants to get the remaining paper profit paid out to him.

Going to be funny when this blows up in his face and is declared a ponzi. They will immediately know that he is part of the few who got far more out than they put in.
If he didn't want it declared a Ponzi and himself a beneficiary of illegal activity then he shouldn't have been so quick to make a public change of direction. Although the law is an ass as someone said, I don't see how MTI won't be shown to be a Ponzi. IMO the only way Clynton and the other Directors will escape will be if all the fictitious income records could be "shown" to be correct through some sleight of hand.

Of course, it is possible that he is one of the investors who really did believe that that MTI had a longer run ahead, so he has invested more than he withdrew and will genuinely be wanting his money. What none of them seems to realize is that they had to be absolutely blind to all media comment if they didn't know that they were investing in a pyramid scheme at the least and a Ponzi as the most serious illegal business activity.
 
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