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The Russian Spy poisoning, and its connections to the coming World War

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The bottom line is that this is the Anglo-Zionist regime's effort to sustain its increasingly decrepit global hegemony.

Noone believes this stupid nonsense of course. Noone needs to. It's all enough to fuel a sense of doubt, unease and distrust against the Russians and prevent the conditions for any future European-Russian rapprochement.
 

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You honestly believe that MI5 or maybe the French or German intel agencies cant imitate Russian C.W
They would have had the composition from the killing of Litvinenko.
It's too obvious ffs. They would have kept him in jail if he was a prized asset.

This agent has only produced in one location in Russia. There is no evidence anywhere to suggest that anyone else has ever produced it anywhere.

The nerve agent novichok was developed and produced in Shikhany, home of a military research establishment in central Russia, according to a chemical weapons expert. Hamish de Bretton-Gordon said the information was contained in a report submitted several years ago by Russia to the international body that monitors chemical weapons, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Novichok: nerve agent produced at only one site in Russia, says expert

And yes this attack was obvious. That was Putins point. It carries a lot more impact than the death of the last Putin critic that was bumped off in the UK who apparently hanged himself.
 
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This agent has only produced in one location in Russia. There is no evidence anywhere to suggest that anyone else has ever produced it anywhere.



Novichok: nerve agent produced at only one site in Russia, says expert

And yes this attack was obvious. That was Putins point. It carries a lot more impact than the death of the last Putin critic that was bumped off in the UK who apparently hanged himself.
FFS, corporal punishment and wife battery should be legalised as a matter of national interest. Stupidity should be unlawful. Maybe expressions of stupidity should? There's me being politically correct for a change?
 
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Mrs. WI has me on ignore (because we all know who calls the shots in that household) so he won't see this but "the only made in Russia ™ " nerve toxin wasn't actually only made in Russia. But in Uzbekistan and the Uzbekis got guess-who to help clean it up........?

Courtesy of the Washington Post:

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U.S. and Uzbeks Agree on Chemical Arms Plant Cleanup


U.S. and Uzbeks Agree on Chemical Arms Plant Cleanup

Earlier this year, the Pentagon informed Congress that it intends to spend up to $6 million under its Cooperative Threat Reduction program to demilitarize the so-called Chemical Research Institute, in Nukus, Uzbekistan. Soviet defectors and American officials say the Nukus plant was the major research and testing site for a new class of secret, highly lethal chemical weapons called ''Novichok,'' which in Russian means ''new guy.''
 
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This agent has only produced in one location in Russia. There is no evidence anywhere to suggest that anyone else has ever produced it anywhere.



Novichok: nerve agent produced at only one site in Russia, says expert

And yes this attack was obvious. That was Putins point. It carries a lot more impact than the death of the last Putin critic that was bumped off in the UK who apparently hanged himself.
Do you really think MI5 or the European couterparts would tell the media their confidential secrets.
These are the guys who bombed Dublin and Omagh in order to pin the blame on others. Of course it's plausible they would do the same with Russia.
The French even bombed Greenpeace ffs.
You still haven't answered as to why Putin would release a guy from prison, send him to England and then have him killed years later in a botched manner to make it look like he was the sole suspect.
Cui bono?
 

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Do you really think MI5 or the European couterparts would tell the media their confidential secrets. These are the guys who bombed Dublin and Omagh in order to pin the blame on others.
And they will never, ever, ever admit to being culpable. Hell, even their delivery boys are walking free and with impunity. Intelligence agencies are akin to living organisms that will fight to the death to preserve themselves, their secrecy and their duplicity.

WexfordInn suffers from early-onset Putin Derangement Syndrome and believes the Ukraine to have been a sovereign entity for centuries and not Polish Eastern Galicia or a western province of the Russian Empire.

Russia, bad. N.A.T.O and Ukraine, good.
 
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You honestly believe that MI5 or maybe the French or German intel agencies cant imitate Russian C.W
They would have had the composition from the killing of Litvinenko.
It's too obvious ffs. They would have kept him in jail if he was a prized asset.
Whaddaya mean Litvenenko? He was killed with Polonium.

Yes if the British state really really really wanted to Im sure they could manufacture this chemical.
But this would be a super high risk project with all kinds of risks for all involved if it all leaked out.
So they would be taking a super high risk in order to do what? Give the PM a very short space of time to divert everyones attention to Russia away from her own problems.
Huge huge risk for a tiny reward.

Whereas from Putins point of view it is a zero risk attack with big benefits.

Zero risk because everyone already knows he has stocks of this stuff from the old days, he wont get caught out for developing it in recent times which would look bad. And if he gets caught out using it what does he care? He has blatantly sent thousands of troops into Crimea and East Ukraine with no consequences, apart from Crimea he has annexed a lump of Georgia with no consequences, he has knows he will have no comeback for this attack and he is correct, All he has to do is deny it and he is in the clear.

He gets big benefits because he has sent a big message to all his opponents, whether from the past or from today or potential future opponents. He has told them he can attack them with impunity however, whenever, wherever he wants. And anyone looking at Russian television in the last week will know they are turning this into yet another big propoganda win for Putin ahead of the election.
 
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Whaddaya mean Litvenenko? He was killed with Polonium.

Yes if the British state really really really wanted to Im sure they could manufacture this chemical.
But this would be a super high risk project with all kinds of risks for all involved if it all leaked out.
So they would be taking a super high risk in order to do what? Give the PM a very short space of time to divert everyones attention to Russia away from her own problems.
Huge huge risk for a tiny reward.

Whereas from Putins point of view it is a zero risk attack with big benefits.

Zero risk because everyone already knows he has stocks of this stuff from the old days, he wont get caught out for developing it in recent times which would look bad. And if he gets caught out using it what does he care? He has blatantly sent thousands of troops into Crimea and East Ukraine with no consequences, apart from Crimea he has annexed a lump of Georgia with no consequences, he has knows he will have no comeback for this attack and he is correct, All he has to do is deny it and he is in the clear.

He gets big benefits because he has sent a big message to all his opponents, whether from the past or from today or potential future opponents. He has told them he can attack them with impunity however, whenever, wherever he wants. And anyone looking at Russian television in the last week will know they are turning this into yet another big propoganda win for Putin ahead of the election.
Maybe France or Germany did it to pit UK against Russia.
Maybe it was the Oligarchs and financiers who Putin kicked out. They have a lot of money and power and could easily do it. Again, to isolate Putin internationally and try and worm their way back into the Russian economy.
 
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Maybe the UK did it? to undermine the Brexit process by illustrating why the single EU army is a necessary evil against the potential Russian invasion of Europe. Any look at the armed forces of the UK will show that full integration of the UK into a EU force has been happening full tilt despite the political soap opera of Davis May Barnier et al.
 
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George Galloway stated that the policeman was gassed in the home of the father and daughter. They were then found on a park bench. Why cordon off the pizza joint? OK, that's where they were before falling ill. The policeman entered the home not knowing where they were poisoned. If the nerve agent was so powerful that Daz washing powder is required to neutralise it, how did they get from home to the pizza shop, finish their "Food" and then walk to the park? Why are they creating the impression that the attack was in the pizza joint?

Presidential election, World Cup, Brexit, they're all reasons for MI6 to do this. No doubt the Russian people will be shocked by the revelation that no royals will be at the World Cup. That was their dream come true. Our overlords don't want Russia to have any prestige.

Putin when talking to Megyn Kelly about the US codename (Satan) for their intercontinental ballistic, he made the sign of the cross as he said the name. That's classy and prestigious enough for me.

Russia has also announced that the US defense systems bought by Poland and Korea are junk. It's all looking pretty amateurish in the West. We have British MP's telling Russia to "Shut up and go away".
 
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Russian oligarchs based in London have being funding the british conservative party for the past 10 years. a quick Google proofs this. Nathan Rothchild introduced top Russian oligarchs to top brass in the Tories.
We have seen how future prime minister and then cabinet minister priti Patel was doing secret deals with the isrealis. An isreali publication claims that Theresa May was aware of this yet remained silent until it became public.

the point is the Tories should get their own back yard sorted before they go blaming Putin on everything.
 

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I saw a commentator on Russian TV speculating that Ukraine was responsible for the nerve gas attack.
The Russian foreign ministry is claiming that it has identified four potential suspect counties.
Seems everyone is a suspect except Russia.

[Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova] said the Czech Republic, Slovakia, the UK and Sweden were most likely to have produced Novichok, the nerve agent identified in the Skripal case
Czechs reject Russia spy poisoning claims

Heres a good joke for those who have been following Russias propoganda campaign against Ukraine in recent years. (It will go over the head of anyone who hasn't)

 

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Twitter is awash with people very suspicious about this whole thing, and even some lamestream newspapers are starting to question how the Brits could find Russia guilty in such short time with seemingly zero evidence.

I've a feeling this one will unravel and we'll find out that the culprit wasn't Putin.
 

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