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EG, good article but wrong topic. This article should be on topic "Why Russia..."



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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British prosecutors name the two Russians suspected of poisoning the Skripals
http://www.rt.com/uk/437662-skripal-suspects-poisoning-salisbury/





'UK prosecutors named two Russians they suspect of poisoning the Skripals Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov - charging them with the attempted murder of the ex-double agent and his daughter along with a police officer.

British police said the suspects were travelling on authentic Russian passports and had arrived in the UK days before the incident. The Crown Prosecution Service has announced that they have enough evidence to charge the two men.

"Prosecutors from CPS counter terrorism division have considered the evidence and have concluded there is sufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction and it is clearly in the public interest to charge Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, who are Russian nationals," Sue Hemming, CPS director of legal services, said. Spam_A Spam_B “Those offences include conspiracy to murder Sergei Skripal; the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal, Yulia Skripal and Nick Bailey; the use and possession of novichok contrary to the Chemical Weapons Act; and causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Yulia Skripal and Nick Bailey.

"A realistic prospect of conviction means the CPS is satisfied on an objective assessment that the evidence can be used in court and that an objective, impartial and reasonable jury hearing the case, properly directed and acting in accordance with the law, is more likely than not to convict these two individuals of the charges," Hemming added.

"It is of course for a jury to decide whether the evidence is enough for them to be sure of the suspects guilt. We will not be applying to Russia for the extradition of these men as the Russian constitution does not permit extradition of its own nationals. Russia has made this clear following requests for extradition in other cases. Should this position change then an extradition request would be made.

“We have, however, obtained a European arrest warrant, which means that if either man travels to a country where an EAW is valid, they will be arrested and face extradition on these charges for which there is no statute of limitations."

Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury this March. The poisoning ignited a diplomatic row between the UK and Russia, with the British government blaming Moscow. Russia has consistently denied any involvement in the incident.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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Justifying the false flag planned for Syria.......



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British PM says two suspects in Skripals poisoning case are Russian military intelligence officers
http://www.rt.com/news/437681-british-pm-suspects-skripals-gru/





British Prime Minister Theresa May claimed that the two men suspected of carrying out the poisoning attack in Salisbury were officers of the Russian military intelligence agency GRU, citing classified intelligence.

Speaking to Parliament on Wednesday, May reiterated her previous accusation that the Russian government was involved in the Skripal poisoning case. “We were right to say in March that the Russian state is responsible,” she said. Spam_A Spam_B While British police investigators said earlier they had no evidence linking the Russian government with the suspects, May insisted that British intelligence services provided evidence, which identifies them as officers of Russian military intelligence, the GRU. She said she would update party leaders on why her government came to that conclusion behind closed doors.











Based on the body of intelligence, the government has concluded that the two individuals named by the police and the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) are officers from the Russian military intelligence service also known as the GRU," May said.

May said that such an operation would require authorization, at a high level, from the Russian government.

When asked what possible motive the Kremlin may have had in ordering the attack, May suggested that it was probably meant to send “a message to those Russians who were living elsewhere who had been involved in matters relating to the Russian state.” She said that it was up to Russia to explain itself.

May stated that if the two individuals ever travel outside of Russia, the UK would act to have them arrested and extradited to be tried on British soil.

She reiterated that her government will continue putting pressure on Russia, exposing what she called a “pattern of malign activity”, with particular focus on the GRU.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
« Reply #203 on: Sep 06, 2018, 03:19:33 am »
 

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The Impossible Photo
http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2018/09/the-impossible-photo/amp/?__twitter_impression=true





'Russia has developed an astonishing new technology enabling its secret agents to occupy precisely the same space at precisely the same time.

These CCTV images released by Scotland yard today allegedly show Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov both occupying exactly the same space at Gatwick airport at precisely the same second. 16.22.43 on 2 March 2018. Note neither photo shows the other following less than a second behind.

There is no physically possible explanation for this. You can see ten yards behind each of them, and neither has anybody behind for at least ten yards. Yet they were both photographed in the same spot at the same second. Spam_A Spam_B The only possible explanations are:
1) One of the two is travelling faster than Usain Bolt can sprint
2) Scotland Yard has issued doctored CCTV images/timeline.

I am going with the Met issuing doctored images.

A number of people have pointed out a third logical possibility, that the photographs are not of the same place and they are coming through different though completely identical entry channels. The problem with that is the extreme synchronicity. You can see from the photos that the channel(s) are enclosed and quite long, and they would have had to enter different entrances to the channels. So it is remarkable they were at exactly the same point at the same time. Especially as one of them appears to be holding (wheeled?) luggage and one has only a shoulder bag.

I have traveled through Gatwick many times but cannot call to mind precisely where they are. Can anybody pinpoint the precise place in the airport? Before or after passport control? Before or after baggage collection? Before or after customs? The only part of the airport this looks like to me is shortly after leaving the plane after the bridge, and before joining the main gangway to passport control – in which case passengers are not split into separated channels at the stage this was taken. I can’t recall any close corridors as long as this after passport control. But I am open to correction.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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Psychic Haley knows ‘exactly’ who’s responsible for the next chemical attack in Syria
http://www.rt.com/usa/437737-haley-idlib-chemical-attack/





'Nikki Haley has stated that she knows “exactly” who is going to use chemical weapons in Syria’s Idlib. The prophecy comes amid warnings that the terrorists are preparing a false flag attack to trigger a US-coalition intervention.

Revealing her extraordinary psychic abilities in addition to notorious diplomatic skills, the US envoy to the United Nations said that the sovereign government of Syria could “continue to go the route of taking over Syria” if it wants, but “if there are chemical weapons that are used [in Idlib], we know exactly who is going to use them.” Spam_A Spam_B 
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en">
<p dir="ltr" lang="en">Here's video of Nikki Haley saying this of the Syrian regime: “If they want to continue to go the route of taking over Syria, they can do that, but they can not do it with chemical weapons." pic.twitter.com/F7y1bNvO2n</p>
— Samuel Oakford (@samueloakford) September 4, 2018[/size][/quote]











“In the past when an incident happened, they automatically claimed they knew who was responsible, even before there was an investigation or evidence. And now they’ve even gone further. So even before the incident happens, they claim to know who’s responsible,” Sterling told RT.

Despite breathless media reports and Donald Trump tweets accusing President Bashar Assad of senseless past and future butchery, Sterling noted that all serious investigations into chemical weapons incidents going back to 2013 ultimately “pointed the finger at the terrorists, who after all are the ones who stand to benefit.”

“The Syrian government has no interest, no advantage, no motive, in a chemical weapons incident,” he emphasized.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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I watched the news last night and on my TV station it is said that Julia and Sergey were "poisoned", dead. But instead of Theresa May reporting to the whole world, "we found evidence of an attempted poisoning." Not . It repeats itself as "poisoned" and behind it is most of the media in Britain (if I'm not mistaken) .



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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UK accusation of Russians in Skripal case ‘cocktail of lies’ timed with Idlib false flag op – Moscow
http://www.rt.com/news/437798-skripal-security-council-meeting/





'Russia has denied allegations that its military intelligence officers were behind the Skripal poisoning in Britain and suggested that the UK government timed its accusations to a potential upcoming false flag attack in Syria.

On Thursday, the UK gave an update to the UN Security Council on its investigation of the poisoning attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal in Salisbury in May. Karen Pierce, the British representative to the UN, summed up the statements given on the previous days by the British investigators and Prime Minister Theresa May on the case. She reiterated the claim that the two suspects in the case were officers of the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency, based on classified intelligence available to the British government. Spam_A Spam_B Her Russian counterpart, Vasily Nebenzya, called the allegations “a cocktail of lies” and denied any involvement of the Russian state in the Skripal saga. The Russian diplomat said the promised breakthrough in the case turned out to be disappointing for Russia and simply followed a pattern of baseless accusations against Moscow by the British side.

He said the British site itself stated that the two suspects most likely used aliases when entering Britain, which begs the question why they were called Russian nationals, yet alone agents of the Russian government. The British authorities, he added, refused to hand over to Russia the information they have on the suspects, including their fingerprints, which they must have provided to get a visa. The fingerprints, obviously, would have made identifying those individuals much easier, Nebenzya said, adding that apparently London is not interested in finding out who the suspects are.

“We have a joke in Russia about a ‘Joe-never-caught’, called so because nobody is trying to catch him. It seems that what we have been offered is two Joes-never-caught,” the diplomat said.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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One Serbian military journalist and MP M. Lazanski said USA will attack Iran but the road to Iran runs through Damascus.  :(



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Putin Russian Troops in Libiya ~ WTF ?
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Putin 'is planting troops and missiles in eastern Libya in bid to seize control of the biggest illegal immigration route to Europe', UK intelligence fears
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6254859/Putin-planting-troops-missiles-eastern-Libya-anti-western-stronghold.html





'Russian president Vladimir Putin is planting troops and weapons in Libya to establish a strategic stronghold against the west, intelligence chiefs say.

Prime Minister Theresa May has been warned that the country will become Putin's 'new Syria' by using it as a base for missiles.

Two military bases have been set up in the towns of Benghazi and Tobruk under the cover of Wagner Group, a private military firm.

It is believed Moscow's main priority is to take control in the North African country, which is the biggest illegal immigration route to Europe, The Sun Online reports, with fears the influx would be 'like a tap' being turned on.

'Dozens' of GRU secret service personnel and Spetznaz special forces officers are reportedly training in the east of the country.

Kalibr missiles as well as S300 air defence systems are also thought to be on Libyan ground. Spam_A Spam_B The Kremlin backs General Khalifa Haftar, the country's most powerful warlord. Russia is channeling equipment to his troops in the Libyan National Army.

Haftar has established himself as the military ruler of swathes of the country's eastern regions.

A senior Whitehall source said that if Russia controls Libya's coastline, migrants could seek to cross the Mediterranean as though a tap had been turned on.

The source said Putin was attempting to take ungoverned space in order to 'exact maximum influence over the West'.

'The fact is we are extremely vulnerable to both immigration flows and oil shock from Libya,' they said, adding that the consequences for Western democracy could be 'catastrophic'.

Establishing a Russian presence could allow Putin to conduct operations in the western Med.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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No Russian Plans to Intervene Militarily in Libya






In 2011, US-led aggression in Libya to replace Gaddafi with pro-Western puppet rule transformed Africa’s most developed/stable nation into a cauldron of endless violence and chaos.

Wherever Washington intervenes militarily, mass slaughter, destruction, turmoil, and human misery follow - how imperial rage for dominance always turns out.

Countless millions perished or suffer grievously in all US war theaters. They’re some of history’s greatest high crimes, no end of them in prospect.

New preemptive wars are planned, possible nuclear war if US military confrontation with Russia, China, or Iran occurs, an ominous possibility given Washington’s rage to transform all sovereign independent countries into US vassal states.

In 2011, Dmitry Medvedev was Russian president, a figure the Saker calls an “Atlantic integrationist” threat.

In March 2011, the Security Council approved Resolution 1973. Russia failed to veto what permitted US-led aggression in Libya.

The resolution authorized “all necessary measures…to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack,” including a no-fly zone and illegal air strikes.

US-led terror-bombing raged for months. Russia failed to intervene militarily as in Syria. War ended in October 2011 with Gaddafi’s sodomized death.

As Obama’s secretary of state at the time, unapologetic war goddess Hillary Clinton infamously said: “We came. We saw. He died” - rejoicing about cold-blooded murder and destruction of a nation she helped orchestrate.

Endless violence and chaos continues in the country, no end of it in prospect.

The Sun is a UK right-wing tabloid broadsheet. On October 8,<a href="https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7448072/russia-missiles-libya-warlord/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"> it falsely claimed[/url] “Russia is moving troops and missiles into Libya in a bid to enforce a new stranglehold on the West,” adding:

“Intelligence chiefs have told (PM Theresa May) that Vladimir Putin wants to make the wartorn North African country ‘his new Syria.’ ”

“(S)eizing control of the biggest illegal immigration route to Europe is seen as Moscow’s primary goal.”

“(D)ozens” of GRU military intelligence and Spetznaz special forces are “on the ground in eastern Libya…carrying out training and liaison roles.”

“Two Russian military bases (were established) in Tobruk and Benghazi…”

The Sun quoted Tory hardline Foreign Affairs committee chairman Tom Tugendhat saying:

“It's is extremely alarming Russia wants to open up a new front against the West in Libya, but it should also come as no surprise. They will without a doubt try to exploit migration routes across Africa.”

Russia’s embassy in London debunked the report, saying:

“This publication has nothing to do with reality. We are treating it as a new attempt to shift the responsibility for the ruined country and destroyed lives of millions of Libyans on Russia which had no relation to the 2011 NATO military intervention which grossly violated the whole range of UN Security Council resolutions.”

Stability and rule of law is absent in Libya. Rival governments control parts, not all of the country.

Ordinary Libyas suffer hugely. Vital services are partly or entirely lacking for most of its people, including healthcare, education, proper nutrition, sanitation and security. Spam_A </div>



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror (WTF)
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Danish Bill Proposes 12 Years in Prison for 'Pro-Russia' Opinion
http://sputniknews.com/europe/201810131068853099-denmark-bill-pro-russia-jail-term/





'Danish lawmakers have gone on the offensive against interference in public debate, sparking criticism that a new proposal, which could entail criminal liability for expressing opinions similar to those of Moscow, may become a step toward silencing public debate.

According to a bill brought forward in local parliament, Danes could face a jail term if they voice dissent over the government's position on Russia.

The proposal, which is said to be meant to "strengthen efforts against illegal influence from foreign intelligence services," would introduce criminal penalties for perceived "meddling" in public debates and attempts to influence decision-making. Crimes committed during an election campaign would entail a maximum prison term of 12 years. Spam_A Spam_B Berlingske, the country's oldest newspaper, has bashed the bill, claiming that it would narrow the scale of political conversation in Denmark.

Berlingske's Flemming Rose argues that the law could be stretched to the point where a Danish director is targeted for changing a burnt-out light bulb following the advice of a foreign intelligence agent.

He also warns that a Danish subject could face punishment for sharing an opinion in the local media that anti-Russia sanctions damage the country or attempting to publicly downplay concerns over the Russia-led Nord Stream 2 pipeline project (Denmark has so far failed to give its approval of the pipeline passing through its territorial waters).

The bill is understood to mean an attempt to influence public opinion in Denmark and concrete decisions in both the private and public sectors as it targets legitimate opinions that can be taken to be propaganda.'



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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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Moscow ‘ready for larger-scale provocations’ by the West, says Lavrov






Western provocation, the prospect of WWIII, and China’s closer stance with Russia are just some of the topics that Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has spoken about with RT France.

“We will be ready for larger-scale provocations too. But our answer is very simple – if they talk to us through the media, we will respond through the media too, but specifically and in a correct manner,” Lavrov said, answering questions from RT France, Paris Match and Le Figaro.

Going further, he said a third world war is an unimaginable scenario, noting that “everybody would be sane enough not to let it happen.” However, an aggravating factor is the absence of any dialogue between the Russian military and NATO.

Tensions are still high between the two, Lavrov said, citing the recent mid-air incident in which a Spanish fighter jet accidentally released an air-to-air missile during a training mission in Estonian skies. “Thank God, there were no casualties, but what if it would have landed on Russian soil? Everything is so close there.”

It all comes as the US is updating its nuclear doctrine, the top diplomat stated.

They’re creating low-power nuclear weapons with a clear intent to potentially use them in combat.

The toxic political climate in European capitals and Washington makes mending ties extremely hard, Lavrov added. While the European Commission remains “trapped” by countries opposing reconciliation with Russia, the American elites are also fueling tensions. “I think it’s silly to remain hostages to the whim of American lawmakers,” he said.

While the West continues to slap Moscow with sanctions and trade cuts, Russia’s relations with Beijing and other Asian powers are on the rise. “We needed to compensate for the low level of economic cooperation with Europe,” the foreign minister explained. “And we saw growing opportunities for that in China, India, Japan, Korea.”'


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Re: Why is Russia not a partner in the War on Terror
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Withdraw first, ask later: He nuked Russia-US relations, now Bolton arrives in Moscow to talk
http://www.rt.com/news/441900-bolton-moscow-visit-inf/





'The alleged mastermind behind the US pullout from the historic INF treaty, John Bolton will expect a wintry reception in Moscow, with only the embers of the long-forgotten Helsinki summit to warm the parties.

Washington can be commended at least on laying its cards on the table with Friday’s announcement by Donald Trump that he was considering withdrawing from the Gorbachev-Reagan 1987 agreement, which limits both sides from producing intermediate range missiles.

But the news is likely to cast a pall over Bolton’s two-day visit, during which the National Security Advisor will meet not only his Russian counterpart Nikolay Patrushev, but foreign minister Sergey Lavrov and, on Tuesday, likely Vladimir Putin himself, though the face-to-face has not been given final approval by the Kremlin. Spam_A Spam_B The foreign ministry has already demanded “to hear a coherent explanation” of Washington’s actions, while various senior Russian officials have called the prospect of withdrawal “blackmail”, “a landmine under the nuclear disarmament process”, and a harbinger of “complete chaos in the sphere of nuclear armaments.”

And this is not one Bolton can blame on his boss. Appointed only in March, Bolton has become arguably the most influential US foreign policy architect, and is a long-time critic of arms control treaties. According to senior staff sources who spoke to the Guardian and the Washington Post last week, he personally persuaded Trump to quit INF. Stateside reports indicate that despite Trump’s customarily hazy pronouncements, Bolton will definitively signal US intentions to leave – a six-month notice is required to leave the indefinite-term agreement - during the Russian visit.'



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‘75,000 Russian informants’: UK think tank report mocked after they conduct only 16 interviews
http://www.rt.com/uk/443121-times-russia-spies-informants/





A neo-conservative think tank was widely mocked after it claimed that half of Russian immigrants could be “informants,” the unfounded conclusions were then parroted by sections of Britain’s right-wing press.

The Times article cites a report, titled: ‘Putin Sees and Hears It All: How Russia’s Intelligence Agencies Menace The UK,’ by the Henry Jackson Society, which argues that “Interviewees… suggested that anywhere between a quarter and a half of Russian expats were, or have been, informants.”

The think-tank also tweeted the report's claim that there were "75,000 informants." It was estimated that in 2014 there were 150,000 Russians in London alone.




Foxall said that there has been an “increasing paranoia” among Russian immigrants, following the Salisbury poisoning and the subsequent deterioration in UK-Russia relations.

The Times even found their own unnamed “dissident” who told them “that the proportion of informants was about half.”

Despite backing up the report’s claims, the newspaper cast aspersions on the identities of the so-called informants, writing that it was unclear whether they “were all individuals reporting directly to diplomats or included loose-tongued Russians who repeated information that would eventually get back to the embassy."

Due to a small sample size and the lack of quantitative evidence, leading journalists, some of whom experts in Russian affairs, attacked the report and the subsequent article.'



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NOVICHOK : The Poison Paradox – Who Knew?
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The Poison Paradox – Who Knew?
https://off-guardian.org/2018/11/12/the-poison-paradox-who-knew/





'NOVICHOK! It just won’t go away – even though it was never there! The Sun reports that twenty vehicles that “came into contact with the killer substance” have now been dismantled and buried in a toxic waste site. Suspend not disbelief yet – at the thought of scrappies in Hazmat suits cutting up police cars. Such Alice in Wonderland deception was nicely detailed by Rob Slane in his latest dissection of the Skripal hoax, pointing specifically at the crucial flaws in the “door-handle theory”.

Slane systematically destroys the UK government’s assertion that the Skripals’ door-handle was the “source of the poisoning”, but without quite following through with the argument – that there was no such poisoning with Novichok at all, – as has been well established from other details of the event.


In fact, as the UK government rests its whole case for Novichok poisoning on that door-handle, and rests its whole case against Russia on her supposed responsibility for smearing the nerve agent on it, the cutting of this Achilles Heel could bring down the whole rotten edifice, just as it felled the great hero of the Trojan War; concentrating our “cyber-warfare” on this weakest point must be our priority.

As I’ve written before about the Skripal poisoning, once it is accepted that it really was a hoax – a cleverly constructed piece of political theatre contrived by the UK government to further its strategic objectives against Russia – some other questions immediately present themselves. It is not simply a case of Russia not being responsible; without Russia there is no Novichok and no case.

Chief of these questions is who knew that this was an “operation”- or conspiracy? Straight away we are confronted with a paradox, as thousands of people directly or indirectly involved in the months-long Salisbury drama must be divided into two groups – those who deceived and those who were deceived.

It’s probably safe to say that those at either extreme of this division may be assumed to belong to these two groups – which may be called the “Porton Down” group and the “Salisbury Citizens” group, belonging to the deceivers and the deceived respectively.'


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‘Mad Dog’ Mattis calls Putin a ‘slow learner’… then bemoans ‘worsened’ US relations with Russia






Vladimir Putin’s simple-minded nature is to blame for the growing tensions between the US and Russia, Defense Secretary James Mattis has claimed, flexing his elite Marine Corps analytical skills.

The Pentagon chief on Sunday accused Russia’s president of being a “slow learner” whose irresponsible denseness is creating “animosity against his people” – incendiary comments that somehow clash with the view of his current boss, Donald Trump, as well as former US President Bill Clinton.


According to ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, Putin’s alleged subpar intelligence has led to the deterioration of US-Russia relations, which have “worsened” since the start of the Trump administration.

The defense secretary added that the Russian leader is “someone that we simply cannot trust” because of his purported fondness for “ripping up” international agreements. Mattis might have missed a couple of things, though…

In two short years, his own US administration has unilaterally withdrawn from the Iran nuclear accord, shredded trade deals, pulled out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, and threatened to axe the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

To further prove his superior mental prowess, Mattis declared that Putin “tried to muck around” in November’s midterm elections – despite the fact that even the Russiagate disciples at the Daily Beast conceded there was no evidence to support such a claim.

Speculating about the soundness of Putin’s noodle is a time-honored Pentagon tradition. In February, 2015, it was revealed that a Pentagon study had concluded that the Russian president had Asperger’s syndrome.

The study’s lead researcher came to this conclusion based on “movement pattern analysis” – or in layman’s terms, watching videos of Putin, and then diagnosing his state of mind.'

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Russia is a bigger threat to UK security than ISIS, warns British Army chief

The new army chief General Mark Carleton-Smith believes the defeat of ISIS and al-Qaeda means Russia now poses a bigger threat to British security

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RUSSIA is “indisputably” a bigger threat to the UK than Islamist extremists like ISIS, the new army chief has warned.

Chief of the General Staff, Gen Mark Carleton-Smith, 54, believes the security landscape has changed as Russia is targeting the UK in unconventional ways such as cyber and space warfare, not just a military threat...

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'The US has long planned to withdraw from the INF Treaty but it's only now that they started seeking justifications for it and conveniently pinned the blame on Russia, Vladimir Putin said after Washington’s 60-day ultimatum.

Speaking to NATO foreign ministers on Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused Russia of breaching the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). “In light of these facts, today, America will announce it finds Russia in violation of the treaty and we will remove ourselves from the treaty in 60 days unless Russia returns to compliance,” Pompeo said.

“Mr Pompeo’s statement came a bit late,” Vladimir Putin responded on Wednesday. “At first, the American side did announce its intent to withdraw from the INF Treaty, and then they started seeking justifications as to why they should do it.”

Congress authorized funding research and development efforts to build new missile systems “before Washington announced withdrawal from the INF,” Putin believes. “The decision had been made some time ago, but quietly – they thought we wouldn’t notice it.” However, developing new types of short-and intermediate-range missiles was an open secret as “it was set out in the Pentagon’s budget.”

“Next, they started to look for someone to blame,” the Russian leader went on. “The easiest thing is [to tell] the Western public that ‘Russia is guilty’.” This, according to Putin, is the opposite of the truth because Moscow stands against dismantling the landmark treaty.

While the US threatens to pull out from the INF Treaty, it has already done something similar in the recent past. Back in 2002, under George W. Bush, Washington has withdrawn from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (ABM), “one of the cornerstones of international security."

“They weren’t shy [about it], they calmly pulled out of it – by the way, without any reference to anything,” the President recalled. He likened it to what is happening now, adding that Americans “are figuring out who to blame for this reckless move.”'

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US confirms pullout from INF treaty, Moscow will respond if missiles placed in Europe – deputy FM
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'Washington has confirmed its decision to withdraw from the INF treaty is final, Russia’s deputy foreign minister said, adding that Moscow will 'take measures' if American missiles that threaten its security are placed in Europe.

“Washington publicly announced its plans to withdraw from the treaty (the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces) already in October. Through the high-level bilateral channels it was confirmed to us that this decision was final and wasn’t an attempt to initiate dialogue,” Sergey Ryabkov told the Kommersant newspaper.

The Deputy FM said that Moscow will respond to possible attempts to place short and intermediate range nuclear-capable missiles in Europe if the US decides to go on with this plan.

“We’ll be forced to come up with effective compensating measures. I’d like to warn against pushing the situation towards the eruption of new ‘missile crises.’ I am convinced that no sane country could be interested in something like this,” he said.

'Russia isn’t threatening anybody, but have the necessary strength and means to counter any aggressor.'

Back in October, President Donald Trump warned that Washington was planning unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty because “Russia has not adhered to the agreement.” The US leader also promised that the country would keep boosting its nuclear arsenal until Russia and China “come to their senses.”'



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REPORT: Sergei and Yulia Skripal Now ‘Working for British Security Services’
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'It’s one of the great mysteries of the infamous Skripal Affair. Whatever happened to the father and daughter pair and alleged Novichok victims, Sergei and Yulia Skripal? Are they even alive?

Since their improbable story broke into the headlines last March, no one has seen or heard from the Skripals, aside from one bizarre photo shoot apparently organized by British intelligence. According to earlier reports, 33 year-old Yulia was said to be living in an MI5 safe house after leaving hospital.

According to a recent report from The Telegraph, the paper’s ‘expert source’ has indicated that the Skripals are still living in the UK, and have contact with friends, and may even be employed by British security services.

“From the moment they were released from Salisbury District Hospital in April the pair disappeared, becoming invisible not only to the public but to friends and family too, with the careful help of a London-based MI5 team responsible for the security service’s secretive resettlement programme.”

With this in mind, it would also be fair to ask: was Yulia Skripal previously recruited by her father to work as a British intelligence asset? Spam_A Spam_B <strong>State-Sanctioned Kidnapping?</strong>

British authorities maintain that the Skripals are being kept in a secret location for their own safety due to fears of reprisal attacks from the Russian government. The inability of the Russian authorities to see or interview Yulia Skripal has led many to label the British government’s secretive move as state-sanctioned kidnapping. Others have warned that the veil of secrecy may pose real danger to the personal safety of Yulia if she’s reduced to playing the role of geopolitical pawn.

The Skripal story still remains as a central set piece to secure the US and EU’s program of economic sanctions against Russia, buttressed by the claim that “Russia launched the first chemical weapons attack on European soil since WWII.”

Other disturbing allegations have also surfaced recently around the Skripal incident in relation to the British government-funded Integrity Initiative, including evidence that suggests advanced planning of a ‘catastrophe’ which could be used to then expel Russian diplomats from the UK and US, as a re-run of Cold War play executed by UK intelligence in 1971 under the heading of Operation Foot.

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Coincidence? - Chief Nurse Of British Army Was First To Arrive At Novichoked Skripal Scene
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'On March 4 2018 the British/Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found incapacitated on a bench in Salisbury. The British government asserts that they were affected by a chemical poison of the so called Novichok group. The case led to a diplomatic conflict as Britain accused Russia of an attempt to kill the Skripals. No evidence was provided by the British government to support those accusations. The Skripals have since been vanished. Today an intriguing new detail of the case came to light. Spire FM, a local radio station in Salisbury, reports of a young woman, Abigail McCourt, who was given a 'Lifesaver Award' for her involvement in the Skripal case:

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The 16 year old, from Larkhill, was the first to spot two people collapsed on a bench in the Maltings on March 4th and didn't hesitate to help. Abigail quickly alerted her mum, a qualified nurse, who was nearby and together they gave first aid to the victims until paramedics arrived.
It soon became clear this was no ordinary medical incident, but the poisoning of a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, and his daughter Yulia, with Novichok.
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Immediately following the incident and with the world's media focused on Salisbury, the pair didn't want any want press attention and kept their involvement quiet.

But Abby's mum now feels the time is right for her daughter to be recognised for the "incredible" way she dealt with the scenario. Alison nominated her for the Lifesaver Award at Spire FM's Local Hero Awards, and the judges were unanimous in their decision that Abigail was a very worthy winner.


Earlier reports mentioned that a 'military nurse' had attended to the Skripals. Following the above report Elena Evdokimova checked the name of the young woman's mothers and found a curiosity:

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Elena Evdokimova @elenaevdokimov7 - 10:50 utc - 19 Jan 2019
We were right, it was Alison McCourt who was that"unknown military nurse" who, absolutely randomly, happened to be near the bench where #Skripals collapsed . Spire FM alleges that it was her daughter Abigail alerted her, but no one mentioned her before ...


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Colonel A L McCourt OBE ARRC QHN - Assistant Head Health Strategy / Chief Nursing Officer (Army) - Senior Health Advisor (Army) Department.


Colonel McCourt was appointed Chief Nursing Officer on February 1 2018, just one month before the Skripal incident happened. Colonel McCourt lives in Larkhill, a garrison town some 11 miles from Salisbury. She is known to visit elsewhere.'



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'George Galloway breached broadcasting impartiality rules when he used his radio show to cast doubt on Russian involvement in the poisoning of Yulia and Sergei Skripal in Salisbury last year, according to media regulator Ofcom.

The former MP used his weekly programme on TalkRadio to repeatedly criticise claims of Russian involvement in the incident. He mocked those who agreed with the UK government that the Kremlin was behind the novichok nerve agent attack on the former Russian security agent and his daughter.

Ofcom said it was minded to sanction TalkRadio, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News UK, for broadcasting the discussion last March without giving enough time to people with opposing views. Galloway said the media regulator had engaged in a “transparently politically motivated attempt at censorship” that was designed to stifle his “lone voice” on the airwaves.

On the show, broadcast 12 days after the poisoning last March, Galloway repeatedly poured scorn on the British government’s claims of Russian involvement in the attempted murder and pointed out that Salisbury was close to the UK’s chemical research laboratory at Porton Down.

Galloway suggested there was no reason for Russia to have carried out the attack: “I’m not saying the Russian intelligence services are above such a crime,” he told listeners. “They have committed many such crimes, just like every other intelligence agency in the world, including – and perhaps particularly – our own. Don’t get me started on intelligence services. The question is, why?”



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