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sid waddell

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #120 on: September 14, 2018, 08:48:21 PM »
It's terrible the way people are saying these two Russian tourists carried out the Novichok poisoning.

Sure Salisbury Cathedral is world famous and it's every Russian's dream to visit it.

Sure anybody could fly from Moscow to London, immediately travel to Salisbury in the snow before immediately returning to London, then travelling to Salisbury again the following day, again staying for only a very short time, before returning to London and flying back to Russia.

And leave traces of Novichok in your room in London.

Nothing suspicious about that at all, no siree, and a perfectly plausible story.

This is all a propaganda campaign.

There was no Russian attack, or something.

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #121 on: September 14, 2018, 08:59:13 PM »
It's terrible the way people are saying these two Russian tourists carried out the Novichok poisoning.

Sure Salisbury Cathedral is world famous and it's every Russian's dream to visit it.

Sure anybody could fly from Moscow to London, immediately travel to Salisbury in the snow before immediately returning to London, then travelling to Salisbury again the following day, again staying for only a very short time, before returning to London and flying back to Russia.

And leave traces of Novichok in your room in London.

Nothing suspicious about that at all, no siree, and a perfectly plausible story.

This is all a propaganda campaign.

There was no Russian attack, or something.

It was MI5
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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #122 on: September 14, 2018, 09:12:00 PM »
It's terrible the way people are saying these two Russian tourists carried out the Novichok poisoning.

Sure Salisbury Cathedral is world famous and it's every Russian's dream to visit it.

Sure anybody could fly from Moscow to London, immediately travel to Salisbury in the snow before immediately returning to London, then travelling to Salisbury again the following day, again staying for only a very short time, before returning to London and flying back to Russia.

And leave traces of Novichok in your room in London.

Nothing suspicious about that at all, no siree, and a perfectly plausible story.

This is all a propaganda campaign.

There was no Russian attack, or something.

It was MI5
Yeah, defo. And it was also MI5 who were picked up by the Dutch while on their way to break into the Swiss lab testing the Novichok.

And it was definitely MI5 who killed Litvinenko and all the other Russians who were bumped off in England.

All MI5.

Nothing to do with Russia.

Nothing.

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #123 on: September 14, 2018, 09:18:33 PM »

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« Reply #124 on: September 14, 2018, 10:10:40 PM »
The last time I heard an explanation as preposterous as the Russians' explanation for the Salisbury posioning was when Father Ted tried to explain why he stole a whistle.

But that was an actual comedy show, where the jokes are intentional.

To be fair, the Russians' comedy show here is too, but in a different and much more sinister sort of way.

By spinning such an obviously preposterous, slapstick yarn, they are proving yet again that their whole foreign policy is based on denying the very notion of objective truth, while simultaneously laughing between their teeth. And asking what anybody else is going to do about it. So far, the answer is very little.

It's like when the cartoon Fidel Castro got handed a trilion dollar bill by Homer Simpson and immediately denied all knowledge of it.

Amazingly enough, there seems to be a hell of a lot of simpletons out there that actually fall for this stuff.






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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #125 on: September 14, 2018, 10:16:21 PM »
The last time I heard an explanation as preposterous as the Russians' explanation for the Salisbury posioning was when Father Ted tried to explain why he stole a whistle.

But that was an actual comedy show, where the jokes are intentional.

To be fair, the Russians' comedy show here is too, but in a different and much more sinister sort of way.

By spinning such an obviously preposterous, slapstick yarn, they are proving yet again that their whole foreign policy is based on denying the very notion of objective truth, while simultaneously laughing between their teeth. And asking what anybody else is going to do about it. So far, the answer is very little.

It's like when the cartoon Fidel Castro got handed a trilion dollar bill by Homer Simpson and immediately denied all knowledge of it.

Amazingly enough, there seems to be a hell of a lot of simpletons out there that actually fall for this stuff.

Russia basically sticking two fingers up at the UK by parading these guys on TV and them reciting this bullshit story. Russia doesn't give one f**k.
Interestingly I see they are engaging in a huge war games exercise with the Chinese. Cold War 2.0 on the horizon?

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #126 on: September 15, 2018, 08:14:01 AM »
The two meerkats were comical😂 Still doesn't answer how the Skripals came in contact with the novichok, as Sergi left his home at 9.15 on the Sunday and didn't return, and the meerkats were only seen in the house's vicinity after 11😂 Then we have the government refusing a visa to the Skripal's relative, and the miracle of the three people affected recovering, despite it being deadly😂
I hope Salisbury capitalises on this miracle and turns it into a site that could rival Knock or Lourdes😂

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #127 on: September 15, 2018, 12:55:24 PM »
The last time I heard an explanation as preposterous as the Russians' explanation for the Salisbury posioning was when Father Ted tried to explain why he stole a whistle.

But that was an actual comedy show, where the jokes are intentional.

To be fair, the Russians' comedy show here is too, but in a different and much more sinister sort of way.

By spinning such an obviously preposterous, slapstick yarn, they are proving yet again that their whole foreign policy is based on denying the very notion of objective truth, while simultaneously laughing between their teeth. And asking what anybody else is going to do about it. So far, the answer is very little.

It's like when the cartoon Fidel Castro got handed a trilion dollar bill by Homer Simpson and immediately denied all knowledge of it.

Amazingly enough, there seems to be a hell of a lot of simpletons out there that actually fall for this stuff.

Russia basically sticking two fingers up at the UK by parading these guys on TV and them reciting this bullshit story. Russia doesn't give one f**k.
Interestingly I see they are engaging in a huge war games exercise with the Chinese. Cold War 2.0 on the horizon?

At this stage I'd settle for CW2.0 over WW3.0
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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #128 on: September 16, 2018, 10:26:30 PM »
This is very funny. I can't decide which bit is best but I'm going with "Travel documents used by Petrov are marked as ‘top secret’"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/russia/article-6172497/Novichok-suspects-drug-fuelled-night-cannabis-prostitutes-75-night-London-hotel.html
« Last Edit: September 16, 2018, 10:32:17 PM by Esmarelda »

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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #129 on: September 17, 2018, 06:48:18 AM »
That's hilarious. Russia sends their top guys to do the hits in britian obliviously  ;D ;D

Prob bullshit but funny none the less.

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« Reply #130 on: September 19, 2018, 01:29:21 PM »
This is very funny. I can't decide which bit is best but I'm going with "Travel documents used by Petrov are marked as ‘top secret’"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/russia/article-6172497/Novichok-suspects-drug-fuelled-night-cannabis-prostitutes-75-night-London-hotel.html

Weed and Hookers?

Surely top class spies would pick up women (with a connection to their adversary) at a high class casino?  They wouldn't be paying to get their end away.  Also their quartermaster would give the a briefcase of money to be buying coke, good coke too not the chopped to shit variety the rest of us put up with.

/Jim.


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Re: UK v Russia
« Reply #131 on: September 19, 2018, 01:56:54 PM »
I think what happened was that when the Skripals took ill in the restaurant the manager said 'it's no joke'.....and .....well you know the rest😜