News story: Novichok nerve agent use in Salisbury: UK government response

Hypocrisy and ignorance beyond understanding... fester in your delusions and don't look back. You are victims of the state.
Says the poster who quotes RT without giving the link.
 

Helm

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Good, how else would we be able to hee his 'open mind' that allows him to hypocritically decide others are deluded based on him not knowing any more than anyone else!

Was he the chap who was a holocaust denier?
Oddly enough yes, yes he was, at the height of his open-minded rationality there, he said the chimneys were just for heating stoves. More to be pitied than scorned really but scorning is more fun.
 
Oddly enough yes, yes he was, at the height of his open-minded rationality there, he said the chimneys were just for heating stoves. More to be pitied than scorned really but scorning is more fun.
Perhaps it's just a fluke of luck, but it seems a bit odd that those who were in the camps at the time and saw things with their own eyes have a different view of events to those who weren't even born at the time and have no living memory of the Nazi regime (but still think they know better than those who were there at the time)
 

seaweed

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What's so barmy about all this is that the new Russia had every opportunity to become a full partner in the progress of the West. Putin, instead, deliberately chose a path of confrontation, for no reason whatever except his own paranoia, which is already a proven disaster for ordinary Russians and which because of the want of ordinary legal protection makes anyone from outside seeking to invest in Russia look like a complete fool.

Zimbabwe with nukes, nerve agents, and snow, here they come.
 
I just don't remember the Malaysian authorities asking the Brits for an explanation as to how a nerve agent they developed was deployed in one of their airports. Nor was the Brit ambassador cited to the Ministry of the Interior (Malaysian version) to get a furious bollocking. There was also no talk about imposing sanctions on the UK.

You do NOT have a British ambassador in a Commomwealth country. Try the British High Commissioner.

Other than that, your post is the usual anti-British shit you are renowned for.

Any chance of the army killing you for a third time?.
 

DaManBugs

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You do NOT have a British ambassador in a Commomwealth country. Try the British High Commissioner.

Other than that, your post is the usual anti-British shit you are renowned for.

Any chance of the army killing you for a third time?.
Anti-British shit? Why not? It's a very old Irish tradition.:smile::smile::smile:

A third time? Sorry, no can do. The astronomers keep complaining about all the new stars appearing in the East.:mrgreen:

MsG
 
Anti-British shit? Why not? It's a very old Irish tradition.:smile::smile::smile:

A third time? Sorry, no can do. The astronomers keep complaining about all the new stars appearing in the East.:mrgreen:

MsG
As a foreigner (Irish) and If you do have an anti-British feeling then you do have an alternative to suffering over here....
 
Sparks fly in Moscow as Russia and Britain trade accusations over...
More handbags in Moscow. Accusations and counter accusations. Looks like the Ambo made a good decision in not attending as Russia says we directly or indirectly orchestrated the attack. A junior diplomat has been sent:
Russia had organised Wednesday’s event to explain its stance and lost little time in alleging that Britain itself had either directly or indirectly orchestrated the attack or had allowed “a terrorist attack” to take place on British soil.

“Nobody understands what happened in Salisbury,” Vladimir Yermakov, a diplomat who chaired the event, told foreign diplomats. “Let’s investigate what really happened.”

His own view, he said, was that the poisoning had been a pre-planned action designed to harm Russia.
Reiteration of 'highly likely' and the view that Russia conducts state sponsored assassinations and considers defectors as legitimate targets:
Emma Nottingham, a British diplomat, countered that London had concluded it was “highly likely” that Moscow stood behind the attempted assassination of the Skripals for four reasons:

“The identification of the chemical agent by our world leading scientists, our knowledge that Russia has previously produced this agent ... Russia’s record in conducting state-sponsored assassinations ... and our assessment that Russia views defectors as legitimate targets.”
I reckon she's been reading Sergey's and others posts:
But Nottingham said Russia had failed to explain how the nerve agent used in the attack had got from Russia to England and why it was running an illegal chemical weapons programme.

“Instead, what we’ve seen is a barrage of distortion and disinformation ... and attempts to confuse the facts.”
Britain's accused of 'Russophobia' again and having an 'island mentality' (is that an insult, bearing in mind we are one?). They apparently don't like Strike Back either:
Yermakov said Russia did not understand what was going in British officials’ heads. Talk of the Novichok nerve agent was like something out of a British TV series, he said.

“Aren’t you ashamed of yourself ?,” Yermakov asked Nottingham. “Pull yourselves away a little bit from your Russophobia and your island mentality.”
 
Sparks fly in Moscow as Russia and Britain trade accusations over...
More handbags in Moscow. Accusations and counter accusations. Looks like the Ambo made a good decision in not attending as Russia says we directly or indirectly orchestrated the attack. A junior diplomat has been sent:
Russia had organised Wednesday’s event to explain its stance and lost little time in alleging that Britain itself had either directly or indirectly orchestrated the attack or had allowed “a terrorist attack” to take place on British soil.

“Nobody understands what happened in Salisbury,” Vladimir Yermakov, a diplomat who chaired the event, told foreign diplomats. “Let’s investigate what really happened.”

His own view, he said, was that the poisoning had been a pre-planned action designed to harm Russia.
Reiteration of 'highly likely' and the view that Russia conducts state sponsored assassinations and considers defectors as legitimate targets:
Emma Nottingham, a British diplomat, countered that London had concluded it was “highly likely” that Moscow stood behind the attempted assassination of the Skripals for four reasons:

“The identification of the chemical agent by our world leading scientists, our knowledge that Russia has previously produced this agent ... Russia’s record in conducting state-sponsored assassinations ... and our assessment that Russia views defectors as legitimate targets.”
I reckon she's been reading Sergey's and others posts:
But Nottingham said Russia had failed to explain how the nerve agent used in the attack had got from Russia to England and why it was running an illegal chemical weapons programme.

“Instead, what we’ve seen is a barrage of distortion and disinformation ... and attempts to confuse the facts.”
Britain's accused of 'Russophobia' again and having an 'island mentality' (is that an insult, bearing in mind we are one?). They apparently don't like Strike Back either:
Yermakov said Russia did not understand what was going in British officials’ heads. Talk of the Novichok nerve agent was like something out of a British TV series, he said.

“Aren’t you ashamed of yourself ?,” Yermakov asked Nottingham. “Pull yourselves away a little bit from your Russophobia and your island mentality.”
This is what is a bit strange. The Russians think we are Russophobic on this island but really we’re not we just think they’re cnuts. If you want Russophobia you have to go to the continent where the degree to which they despise Russians gets greater and greater the closer you get to Russia
 
Amazing...actually shocking! Irrational and bile filled. The stuff of brainwashed cult victims, beyond reach of reason...The buffoon known as Boris will be proud of you. The burden of proof is on you to demonstrate that you are not criminally insane. Poisoned by propaganda, false news and wild speculation...the evidence is clear.

Yeah...that should work.
 
Amazing...actually shocking! Irrational and bile filled. The stuff of brainwashed cult victims, beyond reach of reason...The buffoon known as Boris will be proud of you. The burden of proof is on you to demonstrate that you are not criminally insane. Poisoned by propaganda, false news and wild speculation...the evidence is clear.

Yeah...that should work.
That was a short flounce
Quelle surprise
‘Poisoned by propaganda’ you’re talking about Russia Today , right?
 
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Amazing...actually shocking! Irrational and bile filled. The stuff of brainwashed cult victims, beyond reach of reason...The buffoon known as Boris will be proud of you. The burden of proof is on you to demonstrate that you are not criminally insane. Poisoned by propaganda, false news and wild speculation...the evidence is clear.

Yeah...that should work.
Are you shouting at pigeon’s again? Who are you quoting? Somebody who alleges an ‘open mind’ and thinks the facts ‘do not follow’ then quotes RT but no link?

The ‘evidence’ from you so far is that you believe agitprop and makes you a somewhat ‘useful idiot’ albeit the first part is debatable.
 
This is what is a bit strange. The Russians think we are Russophobic on this island but really we’re not we just think they’re cnuts. If you want Russophobia you have to go to the continent where the degree to which they despise Russians gets greater and greater the closer you get to Russia
In general I agree. However, you have the Czech President who is a Putin fan. There are many like that but, as you say, the Russophobia tends to be more pronounced the further East you go. An Estonian female I know hates them with a passion.
 

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