Last Act Of ‘Novichok’ Drama Revealed – “The Skripals’ Resurrection”

Last Act Of ‘Novichok’ Drama Revealed – “The Skripals’ Resurrection”:

t seems that the ‘Novichok’ fairy-tale the British government plays to us provides for a happy ending – the astonishing and mysterious resurrection of the victims of a “military grade” “five to eight times more deadly than VX gas” “nerve agent” “of a type developed by” Hollywood.

Happy Easter!

Yulia Skripal no longer in critical condition, say Salisbury doctors

The condition of Yulia Skripal, who was poisoned with a nerve agent in Salisbury along with her father, is improving rapidly, doctors have said.

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THERESA MAY – BORIS JOHNSON RUSSOPHOBIA NOT POPULAR

MAY – JOHNSON RUSSOPHOBIA NOT POPULAR:

The political obscenity of the week is Boris Johnson’s disgraceful attempt to compare Vladimir Putin’s 2018 World Cup with Adolf Hitler’s 1936 Olympics – i.e. giving legitimacy to a fascist dictator. Quite apart from Putin’s repeated election and current 76% vote in an election contested by Nationalist, Communist and “Liberal” parties in nationwide debates, if there is one thing certain about Putin’s Communist Party education it is his total indoctrination about the evils of Fascism.

His own family suffered terribly in the Second World War and his country suffered – with over 20m deaths – far more than any other ally against Nazi Germany. Boris Johnson is – unbelievably – the British Foreign Secretary and together with Theresa May has had a very bad week. The UK behaviour in the Skripal poisoning case has been ignorant, deceitful, illegal and a complete contravention of the Chemical Weapons Convention procedures.

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Theresa May: “As we leave the EU, I’ve made it my first priority to protect the rights of EU citizens.”

‘Treason’ May obviously got her priorities ‘right’!

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Russia Slams “Unprecedented, Hostile” UK Action, Vows Retaliation

Russia Slams “Unprecedented, Hostile” UK Action, Vows Retaliation:

Shortly after the Russian embassy in the UK reacted angrily to Britain’s expulsion of 23 diplomats after Theresa May accused Russia of using a chemical weapon on UK soil, saying that it considers “this hostile action as totally unacceptable, unjustified and shortsighted” and adding that “all the responsibility for the deterioration of the Russia-UK relationship lies with the current political leadership of Britain”, the Russian foreign ministry double down and warned that the UK’s “hostile actions” against Russia under the pretext of the poisoning of ex-double agent Sergei Skripal are an “unprecedented provocation” which won’t be left without a response.

The British move is “an unprecedentedly rude provocation, which undermines the foundations of a normal dialogue between our countries,” the ministry said in a statement.

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UK Expels 23 Russian Diplomats, Freezes Russian Assets, Suspends High-Level Contacts

UK Expels 23 Russian Diplomats, Freezes Russian Assets, Suspends High-Level Contacts:

Update 3:

Some more soundbites out of Russia, via Reuters:

  • RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS BRITISH GOVERNMENT HAS OPTED FOR FURTHER ESCALATION BY EXPELLING RUSSIAN DIPLOMATS
  • RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS BRITISH PM STATEMENT IS A FLAGRANT PROVOCATION
  • RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS BRITISH GOVERNMENT HAS CHOSEN CONFRONTATION WITH RUSSIA

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Update 2:

The head of the Upper House of Parliament in Russia has called the expulsion of diplomats a “provocation”. He has promised Russia will react in a “fast, tough and reciprocal way”.

Separately, Angela Merkel said that the EU is united on Russia but must keep talking to Russia. The German chancellor said: “We take the findings of the British government very seriously … We will present a common European view here.

“Nonetheless, I say we can’t break off all contacts now. We must still talk with the Russians despite all differences of opinion.”

Julian Assange has also chimed in:

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Russia Threatens UK: “One Does Not Give 24Hrs Notice To A Nuclear Power”

Russia Threatens UK: “One Does Not Give 24Hrs Notice To A Nuclear Power”:

On the heels of UK PM May’s red hot rhetoric and ultimatum yesterday and Germany’s pressure this morning, Russia has cranked up their response to ’11’ on the Spinal Tap amplifier of global armageddon. 

Having made clear this morning that:

“We have certainly heard the ultimatum voiced in London,” Russia’s top diplomat Sergey Lavrov said.

“The spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry has commented on our attitude to this,” he added referring to Maria Zakharova branding of May’s appearance in Parliament as a “circus.”

Russia faces warning from Germany too, as Reuters reports Merkel and May spoke this morning about the nerve agent attack. Merkel condemned the attack and stated that she was “taking very seriously the British government’s view that Russia might be responsible.” Merkel then said Russia “needs to give prompt answers to the British’ justified questions.”

But then, Interfax reports Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova turne dup the heat dramatically, warning (or threatening):

“One does not give 24 hours notice to a nuclear power.”

Adding that the “Skripal poisoning was not an incident but a colossal international provocation.

Slamming the British for “not using a single international legal mechanism to probe the Skripal case.”

The Press Association reports that Russia has warned Britain to “consider the consequences” of mounting a retaliatory cyber strike after the Salisbury spy poisoning.

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Britain gives Moscow two days to explain alleged use of nerve agent from Russia (VIDEO)

Then what “Treason May” (as UK Column now calls the UK Prime Minister)?

Britain gives Moscow two days to explain alleged use of nerve agent from Russia (VIDEO):

Britain has given Moscow two days to explain the alleged use of a military-grade nerve agent from Russia to poison former double agent Sergei Skripal. PM Theresa May says it is “highly likely” Russia was responsible.

She alleges the attack was either a direct act by the Russian state on Britain, or the Russian government allowed its nerve agent ‘Novichok’ to get into the wrong hands. “The government has concluded that it is highly likely that Russia was responsible,” she said.

“Either this was a direct act by the Russian State against our country, or the Russian government lost control of this potentially catastrophically damaging nerve agent and allowed it to get into the hands of others.”

She added that Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary, summoned the Russian ambassador to the foreign office on Monday. He said Russia must explain which of the two possible explanations is the correct one. She says the ambassador must reply by the end of Tuesday.

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UK Column News – 7th February 2018 (Video)

Brian Gerrish and Mike Robinson are joined by Vanessa Beeley and David Ellis for today’s news update.

START – The unsustainability of the press and media…
02:50 – All information for publication to be provided by government…?
04:08 – Newsweek: losing large numbers of senior staff
05:49 – MainStream Media setting itself up as the arbiter of truth…
07:30 – Guardian filtering the truth…running protection rackets
11:56 – Syria: ‘reported’ chemical weapons attack but without evidence
19:17 – Truth in MainStream Media…? Propaganda is more important
19:30 – Br(exit): British defence being decimated…EU to assume control
25:05 – Eurocorps: Britain to be fully integrated into EU military – no exit
29:48 – Nationalities of EU forces to be mixed at lowest possible level
30:47 – EU military ‘at disposal of NATO’ Orders will come from Brussels
36:58 – House of Commons: European Defence: where is it heading…?
43:28 – More EU federalisation: EU centralised banking and debt agency
46:11 – Met Police child abuse whistleblower: awareness walk appeal

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Theresa May: We’re “Very Seriously” Considering Action On Bitcoin

Theresa May: We’re “Very Seriously” Considering Action On Bitcoin:

“Action on crypto-currencies may be needed precisely because of the way they are used, particularly by criminals…”

Speaking of criminals…

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