Critically ill man 'former Russian spy'

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We were told many times that the A-234 used in Salisbury was applied using a specially adapted gel formula Novichok.
You can't provide any evidence that the content of the bottle was gel.

Yet another claim made by you proves to be unsubstantiated.
 
And start of British attempts of colonisation of Russia and influence on Russian policy. Looks like EIC and other 'trading companies'.
How interesting you mention coloisation. You appear to have not mentioned the Russian colonisation of the Steppes; Kazan; Astrakhan; Siberia; Lithuania; Latvia; Estonia; Karelia; , Belarus; Volvodeship; Ukrine; Galicia; Masovia; Karbadino; Bug; Crimea; Yedisan; Georgia; Moldova; Azerbaijan; Armenia; Dagestan; Kazakhstan; Uzbekistan; Turkmenistan; Tajikistan and in and out of Poland a few times and Alaska but you lot screwed that up...there are probably a few other places but I was losing interest.
 
Yeah, he's not in charge of getting the story out there, is he?

Wow, you provide evidence at last that your claim is rubbish. Who would have thought you would be so big as to undo your own claims.

Or did you not understand what he was saying?
 
Yeah, he's not in charge of getting the story out there, is he?

No, he’s not. He has no government role. He’s the UK’s leading expert in this field who can comment publically as he’s no longer involved with military or government. Have you read his wiki entry? maybe you should as it explains what this is.

Of course he’s going to be asked about it and to provide comment.
1/10, must try harder.
 
What is motivation of any truth-lovers? Good morality, high level of the intellect, lack of fear, anything else.
Selectively quoting and answering out of context again, I see.

You're a persistent, if psychotic, barbarian.
 
Typical conspiraloon connecting of imaginary dots.
There is a direct link between illusory pattern perception and belief in conspiracy theories. It's connecting the dots when there are no connections.

A peer reviewed paper:

Abstract

A common assumption is that belief in conspiracy theories and supernatural phenomena are grounded in illusory pattern perception. In the present research we systematically tested this assumption. Study 1 revealed that such irrational beliefs are related to perceiving patterns in randomly generated coin toss outcomes. In Study 2, pattern search instructions exerted an indirect effect on irrational beliefs through pattern perception. Study 3 revealed that perceiving patterns in chaotic but not in structured paintings predicted irrational beliefs. In Study 4, we found that agreement with texts supporting paranormal phenomena or conspiracy theories predicted pattern perception. In Study 5, we manipulated belief in a specific conspiracy theory. This manipulation influenced the extent to which people perceive patterns in world events, which in turn predicted unrelated irrational beliefs. We conclude that illusory pattern perception is a central cognitive mechanism accounting for conspiracy theories and supernatural beliefs.

Connecting the dots: Illusory pattern perception predicts belief in conspiracies and the supernatural
 
@ 20secs HBG suddenly forgets he already perpetuated the rumour that it was applied as a gel and says the spray-applicator would be ideal for spraying it on..
If it was in liquid form...only.

As a gel, you won't get anywhere fast.
Especially if you're in a cul-de-sac at someone's white front door trying to 'smear' nerve agent on it.

'Putin's scientists created a 'watered-down' gel version of deadly Novichok to be smeared over the door handle at the Skripals' Salisbury home' Russian spy poisoned by nerve agent designed to take FOUR HOURS to kill so attackers 'had time to flee UK'

 

Grey Fox

On ROPS
On ROPs
Who are these British Oligarchs? Can you name any? I'm in the dark over this, please enlighten me.
Just for example: Hugh Richard Louis Grosvernon, 7th Duke of Westminster. May be, he and his mother Natasha (Russians, Russians are everywhere!) were blackmailed because of circumstances of sudden death "from illness" of Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster.
 

Grey Fox

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On ROPs
How interesting you mention coloisation. You appear to have not mentioned the Russian colonisation of the Steppes; Kazan; Astrakhan; Siberia; Lithuania; Latvia; Estonia; Karelia; , Belarus; Volvodeship; Ukrine; Galicia; Masovia; Karbadino; Bug; Crimea; Yedisan; Georgia; Moldova; Azerbaijan; Armenia; Dagestan; Kazakhstan; Uzbekistan; Turkmenistan; Tajikistan and in and out of Poland a few times and Alaska but you lot screwed that up...there are probably a few other places but I was losing interest.
You can also recall that even word "Moscow" - "Moskva" is not Slavic at all. It is Finish (River of Bears). Russians are colonisators, Brits are colonisators. But Russians looks like more lucky.
 
You can also recall that even word "Moscow" - "Moskva" is not Slavic at all. It is Finish (River of Bears). Russians are colonisators, Brits are colonisators. But Russians looks like more lucky.
Hey, nobody wants to play with me!
How come you're getting all the attention?
 
@ 20secs HBG suddenly forgets he already perpetuated the rumour that it was applied as a gel and says the spray-applicator would be ideal for spraying it on..
If it was in liquid form...only.

As a gel, you won't get anywhere fast.
Especially if you're in a cul-de-sac at someone's white front door trying to 'smear' nerve agent on it.

'Putin's scientists created a 'watered-down' gel version of deadly Novichok to be smeared over the door handle at the Skripals' Salisbury home' Russian spy poisoned by nerve agent designed to take FOUR HOURS to kill so attackers 'had time to flee UK'

That’s because the gel theory fitted the information that he had at the time. He’s a civilian with no role in government and won’t be party to any detail that the rest of us aren’t. His clearances will have cease as soon as he left the military/other government employment.

New evidence has been discovered/revealed so he’s altered his opinion, something you appeare entirely incapable of doing. Also worth pointing out that his opinion may not be correct.

You’ve already been told this....
 
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Just for example: Hugh Richard Louis Grosvernon, 7th Duke of Westminster. May be, he and his mother Natasha (Russians, Russians are everywhere!) were blackmailed because of circumstances of sudden death "from illness" of Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster.
Any more?
 
Hey, nobody wants to play with me!
How come you're getting all the attention?
I've asked you a number of questions which you have ignored.
It seems you are the one who does not want to play.
 
That’s because the gel theory fitted the information that he had at the time. He’s a civilian with no role in government and won’t be party to any detail that the rest of us aren’t. His clearances will have cease as soon as he left the military/other government employment.

New evidence has been discovered/revealed so he’s altered his opinion, something you appeare entirely incapable of doing.

You’ve already been told this....
It is beyond 118's intellect to accept that the NA could have been transported in the bottle and then sprayed on the gel which had been applied to the handle. He is only capable of holding one thought in his head at any one time and the concept that the two could have been mixed at the time of application is too much for his mega intellect.

That is why he is unable to provide and evidence to back up any of his claims, only one thought at a time.
 
If it was not May's regime, who was it? May be, it was EU-British integrators, may be - British Oligarchs, blackmailed by Skripal, may be - ex boyfriend of Yulia, or girlfriend of Sergey, if you start your investigation with the only one version, especially if this version is based on the fiction stories about Agent 007, you will never find real murders.
And, I believe, only real murder is not interested in the searching of truth. So, May's regime, who is covering real murders with the smoke of Russophobic histeria, 'highly likely' are murders.
This is the third time you have responded to a question directed solely to 118...stop it you psychotic apologist for a barbarous regime. I am already aware of your utterly cretinous theories and I want to know who 118 thinks did it.
 
No...Not just a BC, you chod.

Actually explain how this story is being run with...
Does it make sense to you?
Are you happy to go along with a gel that is now changed in to a liquid form..... apparently.

The penny still hasn't dropped?

That's be a big no then?

You're being played for a mug, pal.
Quote an official police, government or other agency report that says exactly what form the novichok agent is in.

Don't quote what newspapers are speculating. Don't quote hearsay. Don't quote anything that has the words 'may' or 'could' or 'might'.

Your problem is you are reading multiple sources such as the Daily Mail that aren't reliable. You don't seem to realise that none of the newspapers know the truth. Everything was or is speculation. All of the 'experts' on the TV and the press don't know - they are speculating based on what they have read about novichok. The only people who know what form the NA is in are the scientists at DSTL and you don't believe them anyway. So even if there is an official statement from the people at PD you will automatically dismiss what they say.

You are taking everything you read as being the literal truth no matter what the source and therefore any conflicting information such as what form the nerve agent is in automatically confuses you. This is very common in conspiracy theorists. You are trying to make sense of something and can't do it because you are seeing non-existent patterns and because you can't make sense of this you are coming to false conclusions.

The fact is we don't know what form the novichok used to poison the Skripals was in.
 
It is beyond 118's intellect to accept that the NA could have been transported in the bottle and then sprayed on the gel which had been applied to the handle. He is only capable of holding one thought in his head at any one time and the concept that the two could have been mixed at the time of application is too much for his mega intellect.

That is why he is unable to provide and evidence to back up any of his claims, only one thought at a time.
Gel or Liquid?
Liquid or gel?
Obviously it was just an oversight from the GRU B team.
Like this time:

'Ex-Russian scientist Vil Mirzayanov says the hitman who carried out the attack failed to kill their victims because the Novichok was 'washed off the door handle'.
He told The Sun: 'The substance was used when it was quite foggy — water droplets were in the air. It can be used only in dry air.

'In such weather conditions this substance could be used only by an idiot who knows nothing about the chemical characteristics of Novichok.

'If you drop it into water in some hours no trace will be left. It dissolves in water.'

Novichok Salisbury hitman failed to kill Skripals because it was raining | Daily Mail Online

Good idea using this Russian sounding nerve agent in March in Salisbury, then?
Never rains in Salisbury, does it?

Just another mistake from the B team.
 
Quote an official police, government or other agency report that says exactly what form the novichok agent is in.

Don't quote what newspapers are speculating. Don't quote hearsay. Don't quote anything that has the words 'may' or 'could' or 'might'.

Your problem is you are reading multiple sources such as the Daily Mail that aren't reliable. You don't seem to realise that none of the newspapers know the truth. Everything was or is speculation. All of the 'experts' on the TV and the press don't know - they are speculating based on what they have read about novichok. The only people who know what form the NA is in are the scientists at DSTL and you don't believe them anyway. So even if there is an official statement from the people at PD you will automatically dismiss what they say.

You are taking everything you read as being the literal truth no matter what the source and therefore any conflicting information such as what form the nerve agent is in automatically confuses you. This is very common in conspiracy theorists. You are trying to make sense of something and can't do it because you are seeing non-existent patterns and because you can't make sense of this you are coming to false conclusions.

The fact is we don't know what form the novichok used to poison the Skripals was in.
You have picked up to the fact that INTREPs are now coming courtesy of MSM, haven't you?
uk.gov and plod have kept a very small profile when it comes to informing the great British taxpayer...
Godluv'em.
 
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