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Miguel Bortolotto



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MensajePublicado: Vie Mar 02, 2018 10:48 am    Asunto: Responder citando

A menos de 2.000 de los 100.000

98.000 !!!!

Viralize, please...


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Ya estamos terceros en popularidad en el canal de Youtube de Comando...
Y primeros en el tema de la gesta heroica del pueblo* argentino de 1982, la batalla por la reconquista de Malvinas.
*Las Fuerzas Armadas son parte del pueblo.

Smile El tema mas popular y empatico de la gesta desde 2002, el que movilizo el revisionismo historico independiente y la malvinizacion en el mejor sentido posible de la palabra...

Un esfuerzo mas y llegamos a los 100.000 prometidos, que deben ser no menos de 300.000 por el brutal shadow banning que estamos sufriendo...
Y cambiamos de etapa...
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Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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Miguel Bortolotto



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MensajePublicado: Dom Mar 04, 2018 7:23 pm    Asunto: Responder citando

99.500 ... ultimos 500!!!!

Gracias por compartirlo y por las muestras de apoyo desde los 7 Continentes...


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Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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MensajePublicado: Lun Mar 05, 2018 5:05 am    Asunto: Responder citando

100.000!!!!

TERCERA ETAPA CUMPLIDA


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"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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Miguel Bortolotto



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MensajePublicado: Jue Abr 19, 2018 5:12 am    Asunto: Responder citando

Pasamos las 135.000 personas diferentes.
Por otro lado tambien pasamos los 4 millones de personas.

Wink Y aqui las 1.800.000 visitas...
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Ing. UBA Miguel Bortolotto
Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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MensajePublicado: Mar May 29, 2018 1:13 pm    Asunto: Responder citando

Idea Impresionante.
A 5 horas de mi ultimo posteo, pusimos un record de 73 personas simultaneas en linea.
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Ing. UBA Miguel Bortolotto
Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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MensajePublicado: Mar Ago 07, 2018 12:26 pm    Asunto: Responder citando

yo estoi recebiendo diariamente informacion de la INDUSTRIA DE MENTIRAS INGLESA sobre la guerra de Malvinas

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Miguel Bortolotto



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MensajePublicado: Mie Ago 08, 2018 10:47 am    Asunto: Responder citando

Wink Pasamos las 180.000 personas en Youtube.
Y hay mas novedades.
Luego actualizo.
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Ing. UBA Miguel Bortolotto
Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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MensajePublicado: Vie Ago 10, 2018 10:45 pm    Asunto: Responder citando

LA INDUSTRIA DE LA MENTIRA INGLESA CONTINUA

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MensajePublicado: Vie Ago 10, 2018 10:50 pm    Asunto: Responder citando

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Antonio.
Por favor... NO SPAMEE ESTE THREATH...

Le esta faltando el respeto al trabajo de decenas de personas, por mas de 16 años.
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Ing. UBA Miguel Bortolotto
Original author of the hypothesis about
"The sinking of HMS Invincible in Malvinas
1982, and replacement by a clone carrier"

http://hmsinvincibleconspiracyinmalvinas82.blogspot.com/
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