The globalist campaign against the biggest and most powerful nation currently defying their Illuminati lords and masters has taken a new twist. Last week a man and a woman were found unconscious on a bench outside a shopping centre in
were taken to hospital. It was discovered that they had been deliberately poisoned.
The area where they were found was sealed off and three policemen were also
affected by the contamination, one of them seriously. The man is called Sergei
Skripal and the woman is his daughter Yulia. Skripal used to be a colonel in
the FSB, the Russian foreign counterintelligence agency, the post-Soviet
successor to the infamous KGB. However he was actually working as a British
mole. Double agents are a common tactic in espionage. The most famous example
are probably Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, Anthony Blunt and Donald McClean, the
" Salisbury spies". They
were highly-placed British officials, but were really "deep throat"
double agents passing information to the KGB. Skripal's cover was blown in 2010
and he was imprisoned for treason, but he was later pardoned and exchanged for ten
Russian spies apprehended in the Cambridge . The swap was reminiscent of the Powers-Abel
exchange of 1960, a story told in the excellent film United States
of America , see: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3682448/.
Skripal moved to Bridge of Spies
and settled in Britain ,
After the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter the UK Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson has gone on the warpath, saying that this was an attempted assassination and that it was "quite likely" that
is behind it. He is now demanding an explanation from Russia .
On one level this is understandable. Russia
has a long history of carrying out violent acts of retribution against its
political dissidents. When the Russia
spies defected in the 1950's they held press conferences in Cambridge 's
grandest hotels and did interviews for the Evening
Standard; but for those who travelled in the opposite direction it was very
different. They had to go into hiding and couldn't leave their home without
bodyguards because they knew Soviet intelligence would murder them. Indeed the
KGB succeeded several times, most famously in 1940 with Leon Trotsky; he was
hacked to death with an ice pick. These punitive hits did not end with the fall
of the Moscow Soviet Union. The FSB killed one of its defectors
in 2006, Alexander Litvinenko, again by poisoning and again in .
However with the case of Skripal there is no evidence that Britain
had anything to do with it. It might be a reasonable assumption because of the
victim's background and the modus
operandi, but "quite likely" does not count as proof. Also
Skripal is not a defector. He was pardoned and released through due process. He
was living in Russia
of his own free will and had permission to travel back to Britain
whenever he wanted. Why would the Russian state carry out an assassination
against somebody with whom it had no open charges against? The Russian
ambassador is vehemently denying his country had anything to do with it. What
if this was a false flag intended to frame Russia ?
If you look at the other examples of anti-Russian propaganda I document in the
background links then it makes perfect sense to be suspicious. Russia
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/you-really-dont-like-russia-do-you.html.