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    Default Re: The Curious Case of Alexander Litvinenko

    Quote Originally Posted by sukumvit boy View Post
    I guess Theresa May and Parliament found the evidence against a Russian state sponsored hit convincing enough to expel 23 Russian diplomats.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/...=.b7d2c2d095ce
    Let us not forget that they tried to kill his daughter too !
    Please please please! We don't know what our depleted intelligence service finds out because this corrupt Government censor all of our news in this country. The UK as the most gullible people on the planet. That's why they get away with it.
    This could possibly be a campaign by the Establishment to stabilise Theresa May in her battle against Corbyn for power? I hope Russia don't play her games and expel no diplomats in return!



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    Quote Originally Posted by peejaye View Post
    Please please please! We don't know what our depleted intelligence service finds out because this corrupt Government censor all of our news in this country. The UK as the most gullible people on the planet. That's why they get away with it.
    This could possibly be a campaign by the Establishment to stabilise Theresa May in her battle against Corbyn for power? I hope Russia don't play her games and expel no diplomats in return!
    Presumably you are not one of the 'most gullible people on the planet'? From what emerged yesterday both in Parliament and among the commentators, there are details about the incident which the government has not released to the public, but even if you don't believe a word of the government, ask yourself some pertinent questions:

    1) who manufactured the precursors needed to create a nerve agent capable of causing such harm, and why has the British govt been so confident in identifying the agent used as derived from the Novichuk agents developed in the USSR in the 1970s?

    2) If -the issue was raised yesterday in the Commons by Corbyn- the agents were made and used by persons unknown but not the Russian state, who are they? Are they Russians 'out of control' in a country where chemicals weapons 'if they exist' are among the most controlled in the country?

    3) If the 'terrorists' are not Russian, who are they, and even if they wanted to implicate the Russians, how would they know that Skripal was a useful target and that he lived in Salisbury? If, for example they were Serbians paid by the Russian state or elements in the FSB to carry out the attack, they still needed to know who to attack and where they lived.

    4) If it was a 'false flag' operation carried out by the British govt, why were the perpetrators so incompetent as to threaten the lives of innocent people?

    Again, as I suggested yesterday, the Russians, already in the frame for the use of chemical weapons in Syria, are now deliberately merging the boundary between conventional and unconventional weapons, either because, like the Americans they want to use tactical nuclear weapons on the battlefield of their choice, or to raise the stakes in order to force the Americans to 'come to the table' to negotiate much as the North Koreans successfully worked away at the US until it too caved in to their pressure to accept in principle the need for talks.

    This is part of the campaign rolled out some years ago by Vladimir Putin; it is called: Make Russia Great Again!

    -and no, they don't care how many people are killed to achieve it.


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    You are the most patronising little man I have ever had the misfortune to come across! Just a mouthpiece for the BBC! Why bother??
    This is looking more & more of a conspiracy against Corbyn every day that passes by? We know rubbish like you, the Tories & the Establishment are petrified of a left wing Government taking power. You despise working class people, you had the chance to get rid of these cunts but like the true "bottler" you are you voted Green! What a waste of a vote, all fucking mouth Mister.
    We've got you rubbish over Brexit & you're determined we're not going to get you again!
    Our day will come, try & shrink your BIG fucking head. I'm another of many sticking to the Escort section because of your drivel!



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    Quote Originally Posted by peejaye View Post
    You are the most patronising little man I have ever had the misfortune to come across! Just a mouthpiece for the BBC! Why bother??
    This is looking more & more of a conspiracy against Corbyn every day that passes by? We know rubbish like you, the Tories & the Establishment are petrified of a left wing Government taking power. You despise working class people, you had the chance to get rid of these cunts but like the true "bottler" you are you voted Green! What a waste of a vote, all fucking mouth Mister.
    We've got you rubbish over Brexit & you're determined we're not going to get you again!
    Our day will come, try & shrink your BIG fucking head. I'm another of many sticking to the Escort section because of your drivel!
    I think for myself, and use a variety of sources across the spectrum of opinion to form my own, in the hope of generating debate.

    You can shout as much as you like, but your resort to insults tends to imply you don't think past your reactions to ask or answer serious questions, like what the nerve agent is that was used in Salisbury, where it came from, who delivered it, and why. Look at it this way, Peejaye, it is not weed killer. Take it from there.



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    May couldn't give any proof of evidence to Jeremy Corbyn in PMQT yesterday & todays tabloids most preposterous anti-Corbyn propaganda we’ve seen so far! Coincidence?

    FUCK OFF!

    How stupid do you think the Russians are leaving so called proof everywhere!



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    How stupid do you think the Russians are leaving so called proof everywhere!
    We know the targets are people the Russian state would have been interested in. Do you think someone else targeted Skripal to try to make Russia look bad? Have they done it before? In fact, many times before using exotic materials that are very hard to come by?



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    Quote Originally Posted by peejaye View Post
    I'm another of many sticking to the Escort section because of your drivel!
    Mate, who are the others? Are there a lot of people who agree with you on this? Your hypotheses just seem far-fetched.



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    May couldn't give any proof of evidence to Jeremy Corbyn in PMQT yesterday & todays tabloids most preposterous anti-Corbyn propaganda we’ve seen so far! Coincidence?
    FUCK OFF!
    How stupid do you think the Russians are leaving so called proof everywhere!
    Welcome back, Comrade. I don't know why Mrs May said what she said, I suspect she was under pressure to make a statement and take active measures before the various medical and forensic teams have completed their work,, which may take months.

    Intelligence now believe the nerve agent may have been planted in Russia-
    Senior sources have told the Telegraph that they are convinced the Novichok nerve agent was hidden in the luggage of Yulia Skripal, the double agent’s 33-year-old daughter.

    They are working on the theory that the toxin was impregnated in an item of clothing or cosmetics or else in a gift that was opened in his house in Salisbury, meaning Miss Skripal was deliberately targeted to get at her father.
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...uggage-sergei/
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    I think for myself, and use a variety of sources across the spectrum of opinion to form my own, in the hope of generating debate.

    You can shout as much as you like, but your resort to insults tends to imply you don't think past your reactions to ask or answer serious questions, like what the nerve agent is that was used in Salisbury, where it came from, who delivered it, and why. Look at it this way, Peejaye, it is not weed killer. Take it from there.
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    I'm another of many sticking to the Escort section because of your drivel!
    Yeah right! You've made 11 posts in the last 2 days on this topic alone. You keep saying you are not going to waste time arguing with him, so why not just do it?



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