Neither does the great gorgon Zog randomly spewing the toxic metabolite Novichok in a specific location affecting a Russian ex spy, his daughter and latterly leaving his perfume bottle filled with his essence to be found by an unsuspecting skip diver.CIA version doesn't contradict to known facts.
One may agree with an opinion but word 'believe' in this context means something else.
I suppose you believe me - believe that I have this opinion while apparently you disagree with the opinion.
So no evidence then.It is only my opinion, my version.
CIA version doesn't contradict to known facts.
Perhaps @KGB_resident was 'tired' when he came up with his theory 'that didn't contradict known facts'.The:
It doesn't contradict known facts mantra is becoming transparent now. Merely a continuing series of attempts to spread doubt and ambiguity in online forums.
It is pathetic.
Perhaps I should be more understanding. I suppose when you have assumed a persona to cover and replace others who maintain the same persona and you are regularly shown to be a manipulator, a few little mistakes might happen now and again or indeed several times a day really. This must be especially so when the narrative you have to follow for pay changes with such regularity and colleagues are so unprofessional as to fail to set up a database of prior operations.I can't think why KGB would have omitted those glaringly obvious things, perhaps he is having memory issues again.
If the Russians blamed the UK for a NA attack in Russia without offering any credible evidence, facts or proof to support their accusations I'd be making exactly the same noises.So you agree B/P's story makes no sense, and you don't pick holes with it like you do with the UK's narrative.
Inner consistency? Where'd you pull that one from?Yet you pick imaginary holes in the generally accepted consensus that it was likely the Russians that did it. A consensus of a narrative and facts that has an inner consistency.
When they were appealing for witnesses to Skripals' whereabouts and movements but decided against releasing even one frame of the Skripals in town that day?Remember that the timeline you keep referring to is from early releases when information was being asked of from the public
Yes, let's have a look at how the govt censor orders have prevented a full and honest investigation onto what actually happened:Let’s consider his latest feeble set of lies that ‘D notices’ are stopping facts coming out.
It will be interesting to see what Bellingcat might have to say in the next weeks
Who needs highly trained + very well budgeted int agencies when you can have Bellingcat on hand to point the finger so conveniently at Russia.I think I will read some more of Bellingcat output soon.
There you go again.It certainly does, but then you DONT know the facts
Correct. Accept those facts you want to be known facts. Ignore the inconvenient other facts.Perhaps @KGB_resident was 'tired' when he came up with his theory 'that didn't contradict known facts'.
He didn't include:
Mr Skripal was an ex Russian intelligence officer.
President Putin directly said Mr Skripal was a traitor.
The two named suspects told very obvious lies in their interview that are 100% proven to be lies, as shown in video evidence shown on the worlds mainstream media.
No other leader from any country in the world had described Mr Skripal as a traitor before the incident.
Porton Down analysed the samples and confirmed what the NA was.
The OPCW confirmed Porton Downs findings.
Of every country on Earth only President Putin publicly said that Mr Skripal would suffer.
I can't think why KGB would have omitted those glaringly obvious things, perhaps he is having memory issues again.
99.9%?The generally accepted consensus is only actually a general consensus on this ex-services site so don't kid yourself that the other 99.9% of civpop haven't twigged that something is rotten in the state of Denmark and the complete absence of proof is a guarantee that it's all as ukgov says it is.
Why does CCTV get released?When they were appealing for witnesses to Skripals' whereabouts and movements but decided against releasing even one frame of the Skripals in town that day?
You do realise that the police put everything in evidence bags? They don’t decide on what is ‘significant’ or insignificant at the scene.Then this came out as proof of the fact that they were both in Salisbury at the allotted time.
NB the red bag.
Why do you think those DSMAs came out then?Yes, let's have a look at how the govt censor orders have prevented a full and honest investigation onto what actually happened:
ukgov used the DSMA system a whole 3 days (7th March) after the event for the first and a whopping 8 days (14th March) after the event for the second.
Perhaps with lots of versions from the media, quoting opinions of both named and unnamed experts?Pablo Miller's name (considered to be the official reason for the D Notices) was leaked a day after the first (8th March) and yet 11 mths on the D Notices are still running.
So before the D notices were issued where were the investigations of the uk media taking them?
Can you imagine where we'd be now if the few news-hounds that still exist were allowed (by their editors) to do proper investigative work on this censored-subject?
Don’t tell lies. You, along with 90% of the U.K. would be asking their MPs to table a motion for an Inquiry.If the Russians blamed the UK for a NA attack in Russia without offering any credible evidence, facts or proof to support their accusations I'd be making exactly the same noises
Hardly.Don’t tell lies. You, along with 90% of the U.K. would be asking their MPs to table a motion for an Inquiry.
If the U.K. was accused of lying about its duties under the CWC, that it had used a banned substance it was developing as an assassination tool, that the Russians got twenty or so countries to kick out our diplomats and two of our ‘slush averse goons’ were caught telling lies on the BBC; there would be questions in the House, petitions etc etc.
But then, that’s the difference between the UK and Russian govt. It also confirms your ‘anybody but Russia’ narrative.
You’re clearly barking. Which part of ‘questions in the house’ do you not understand? Which part of ‘failure to comply with the CWC’ do you not understand? Which part of ‘twenty countries expel our diplomats’ do you not understand?Hardly.
The Overton Window has been shifting at a rapid rate of knots for almost 2 decades and it's still picking up momentum.
The civpop may as well be living in PRC considering the absolute disrespect that's been meted, on an almost continual basis, by our 'elected leaders.'
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