Critically ill man 'former Russian spy'

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Yet more deflective wibble.
Some versions use "Foreigners" rather than " Strangers ", FYI.

The problem is that he has had time to contact the Russian Embassy, so has had time to have his original 'Putin bombing' assertion rubbished by them.

Rather than just admit he was wrong he probably feels the need to start a new set of lies.
His new set of lies will be wrong too, and he will just move a new theory and thus make himself look even more stupid in the process.

It's no wonder Russia's GDP is so poor, and their crime rate rising, no one there is honest enough to get the country running properly.
 
Don't forget about the house:
The Guardian and Sky News both state that they were unemployed, yet Charlie was living in a very new house, on a new lego-estate where homes range up to £430,000 and the cheapest ones are £270,000.
Was it a council-flat?.
Stonewater Housing Association.
 
Alternatively, there is also the theory that The Russian State, which has established a well known and highly publicised Modus Operandi over several decades has decided to 'do' yet another one.
One little clarification. This 'Modus Operandi' exists only in the British/American/European Cultural Conspiralogical Space, not in the objective reality. Ordinary Chines, who never read books about 'Agent 007', but who really believes in the secret Russian WuShu masters and The Corrupted Northern Clan, will not accept you 'simpliest exanation'. Japan, who saw few specific cartoons about agent 007, may be, will understand your idea, but his general understanding of Russian spies is based more on positive Russian heroes like Andrey Sergeevich Kalinin from the "Full Metal Panic!" or Michail Dyagilev from the "Plastic Little", so, he will not accept idea that simpliest version of any crime is a Russian agent.
Your fantasies more talk about you, than about object of your fantasy. That's why nobody except Septics and Underseptics believe you.
 
One little clarification. This 'Modus Operandi' exists only in the British/American/European Cultural Conspiralogical Space, not in the objective reality. Ordinary Chines, who never read books about 'Agent 007', but who really believes in the secret Russian WuShu masters and The Corrupted Northern Clan, will not accept you 'simpliest exanation'. Japan, who saw few specific cartoons about agent 007, may be, will understand your idea, but his general understanding of Russian spies is based more on positive Russian heroes like Andrey Sergeevich Kalinin from the "Full Metal Panic!" or Michail Dyagilev from the "Plastic Little", so, he will not accept idea that simpliest version of any crime is a Russian agent.
Your fantasies more talk about you, than about object of your fantasy. That's why nobody except Septics and Underseptics believe you.
That’s what’s commonly known as ‘a stream of unconsciousness’

But what else can we expect from a creepy little rapist.
 
One little clarification. This 'Modus Operandi' exists only in the British/American/European Cultural Conspiralogical Space, not in the objective reality. Ordinary Chines, who never read books about 'Agent 007', but who really believes in the secret Russian WuShu masters and The Corrupted Northern Clan, will not accept you 'simpliest exanation'. Japan, who saw few specific cartoons about agent 007, may be, will understand your idea, but his general understanding of Russian spies is based more on positive Russian heroes like Andrey Sergeevich Kalinin from the "Full Metal Panic!" or Michail Dyagilev from the "Plastic Little", so, he will not accept idea that simpliest version of any crime is a Russian agent.
Your fantasies more talk about you, than about object of your fantasy. That's why nobody except Septics and Underseptics believe you.

You are making things up again.
Just because you don't know what the Chinese watch or read, don't expect other posters (who may live there, or visit often) to just accept your inaccuracy :)

Odd also that you didn't mention Stierlitz!
While he was very different to James Bond Yulian Semyonov was always flattered when people said he had created a James Bond for Russia.
 
Sure, you do. If you see Russian murder in any shadow - you really fear them. And if the most simple explanation for any crime is 'Russians did it' - it is the paranoia.

Why not put a figure on this pananoia you speak of.
As a clue you are looking for less than 25 civilian murders on UK soil that Britain accused Russia of in around 500 years!

Not really a lot is it, but I'd be interested to hear what figure you believe is true in your warped world.
 
Sure, you do. If you see Russian murder in any shadow - you really fear them. And if the most simple explanation for any crime is 'Russians did it' - it is the paranoia.
Paranoia is a mental condition where you have an irrational fear of something.

As opposed to an entirely rational contempt for state sponsored terrorism carried out by a fascist organised crime regime, whose most vocal representative here appears to be a Bible quoting war criminal.
 
One little clarification. This 'Modus Operandi' exists only in the British/American/European Cultural Conspiralogical Space, not in the objective reality. Ordinary Chines, who never read books about 'Agent 007', but who really believes in the secret Russian WuShu masters and The Corrupted Northern Clan, will not accept you 'simpliest exanation'. Japan, who saw few specific cartoons about agent 007, may be, will understand your idea, but his general understanding of Russian spies is based more on positive Russian heroes like Andrey Sergeevich Kalinin from the "Full Metal Panic!" or Michail Dyagilev from the "Plastic Little", so, he will not accept idea that simpliest version of any crime is a Russian agent.
Your fantasies more talk about you, than about object of your fantasy. That's why nobody except Septics and Underseptics believe you.
Sergey (@KGB_resident) told me that you have no concept of Modus Operandi in Russian Law.
So this must mean that you have no way of connecting multiple crimes with a single offender, how quaint.
Reminds me of the hunt for Russian serial killer Andrei Chikatilo who operated between the late 1970s and the early 1990s.
The man heading the investigation was contacted by the FBI in Quantico offering assistance as they were very experienced in this type of crime.
The detective had to ask permission for this from his local party committee and permission was denied on the grounds that 'serial killing is a capitalist crime and could not possibly exist in the workers socialist paradise', so that was that.
The bloke murdered between 52 and 56 people and I would suggest that the ridiculous decision added to that total.

If you have no concept of Modus Operandi within your investigative protocols then you must be just about the only country on the face of the earth that ignores this basic concept.
 
Why not put a figure on this pananoia you speak of.
As a clue you are looking for less than 25 civilian murders on UK soil that Britain accused Russia of in around 500 years!

Not really a lot is it, but I'd be interested to hear what figure you believe is true in your warped world.
Brits killed much more on the Russian soil. And, I'm sure, big part of the most famous victims were killed not by Russians, and many of those, who really were killed by Russians - were not included in the list.
 
Brits killed much more on the Russian soil. And, I'm sure, big part of the most famous victims were killed not by Russians, and many of those, who really were killed by Russians - were not included in the list.

Oh look, you changed the subject again!!!

Is that because you were wrong again?

YOU SAID Brits are paranoid, it was you making the accusations you retard.

So, put a figure on how many times Britain has accused Russia of killing British people on UK soil.
 
Paranoia is a mental condition where you have an irrational fear of something.
Fear is rational (if fear can be rational at all) only if you have rational proves that object of your fear is really exist, and really dangerous.

As opposed to an entirely rational contempt for state sponsored terrorism carried out by a fascist organised crime regime, whose most vocal representative here appears to be a Bible quoting war criminal.
That's what I mean. "We afraid of Russians, because they are bad" and "Russian are bad, because we afraid of them". Typical paranoid pseudo-logic.
 
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