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Radiation found after spy's death
I trust Russian media more than MEANSTREAM MEDIA of USA:

There was a story I saved but can't link now but UK has their OWN poisonous weapons lab and could have done it to beat up more on Russia on the Imperial Zionists of USA & Israel.

We must agree to disagree on this point.

Also reminder you think CIA stopped trafficking in Drugs AFTER the Iran-Contra scandal ???

more links that are important:

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and then

Quote:The 28 European Union leaders say 
“there is no plausible alternative explanation” 
for the nerve agent attack in Britain’s Salisbury 
other than that Russia is “highly likely” Lol  responsible.

clowns can't even say it right <--> responsible ... is how you say it straight ...
they could not say that could they,
but nonetheless May must have been convincing at the EU.

Quote:EU recalls Moscow envoy after blaming Russia over spy attack

BRUSSELS — The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow,
for consultations over the nerve gas attack against a former spy in Britain earlier this month,
reinforcing a united stand with Prime Minister Theresa May against Russia.

After the EU firmly sided with May,
in the escalating conflict reminiscent of the Cold War,
and said it was “highly likely Russia is responsible” for the attack on Sergei Skripal, 

May won the backing of 27 other EU leaders Whip
at a summit Thursday,
and the bloc called the attack a “grave challenge to our shared security.” <---- 

The EU states said,
they would “coordinate on the consequences,
to be drawn in the light of the answers provided by the Russian authorities.”

May was delighted with the support early Friday. 
This is about us standing together to uphold our values against the Russian threat,” she said.

Rutte said no sanctions were actually discussed at the summit,
even though rumors swirled of more drastic diplomatic measures. 
President Dalia Grybauskaite of former Soviet state Lithuania, 
said she was considering expelling Russian diplomats in the wake of the March 4 attack.

Rutte said over the coming days or weeks, “we and our partners must see what the logical next steps are.”

He insisted that any measure: 
“must have an added value to this extremely strong political declaration.”

The unanimity was a victory for May. 
She had been striving at a summit in Brussels,
to persuade her EU colleagues to unite in condemning Moscow over the attack on Skripal, 
a former Russian military intelligence officer convicted of spying for Britain, 
and his daughter, Yulia.

Russia strongly denies responsibility and has slammed Britain’s investigation.

During a summit dinner, 
May laid out the reasons Britain is convinced Moscow was behind the attack, 
including the type of poison used — a Soviet-developed nerve agent known as Novichok — 
and intelligence that Russia has produced it within the last decade. <----

Britain argues the attack is part of a pattern of behavior by an increasingly assertive Russia,
whose muscle-flexing,
cyber-meddling and law-breaking on foreign soil,
pose a threat to the international rule of law.

May said Thursday that “it is clear that the Russian threat doesn’t respect borders.”
 She said 
“the incident in Salisbury was part of a pattern of Russian aggression against Europe and its near neighbors, 
from the western Balkans to the Middle East.”

Russia’s ambassador to the U.K., Alexander Yakovenko, 
accused the U.K. Thursday of having: 
a “bad record of violating international law and misleading the international community.”

“History shows that British statements must be verified,” 
he told reporters in London, 
demanding “full transparency of the investigation and full cooperation with Russia” 
and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

counter punch Whip

Quote:Poison in nerve agent attack could be from UK lab, says Russia's EU ambassador

Vladimir Chizhov told the BBC that Russia did not stock the toxin, 
and said that the Porton Down lab was only eight miles (12km) from Salisbury —
 where the attack occurred.

In response to a question on how the nerve agent ended up in Salisbury, 
he told the BBC: 
"Porton Down, as we now all know, 
is the largest military facility in the United Kingdom, 
that has been dealing with chemical weapons research."

On Saturday, 
Russia ordered 23 British diplomats to leave Moscow within a week
in retaliation for Britain's decision to kick out 23 Russians, 
amid an escalating row between both countries over a nerve agent used — since World War Two — 
in the attempted murder of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

Chizhov told BBC that in addition, 
there were "certain specialists", 
including scientists, 
claiming they have created some nerve agents, who are now living in Britain.

Mr Chizhov said that Skripal could "rightly be referred to as a traitor" 
but "from the legal point of view,
the Russian state had nothing against him",   Rofl
according to the BBC report.

UK's foreign office 

said there was "not an ounce of truth" in what he is saying about Porton Down, 
and dismissed it as "nonsense," Nonono
the report said.

Not so fast Naughty

Which is ONE main reason why I trust Russian media and NOT the WESTERN MEANSTREAM MEDIA !!! Applause

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Light" - Jefferson Starship-Windows of Heaven Album
I'm an Earthling with a Martian Soul wanting to go Home.   
You have to turn your own lightbulb on. ©stevo25 & rhw007

Both links do not open, Bob:

No secure link -- notice -- when links are clicked

Your Veterans Today news links have a dismal record anyways,
of fake news,
and of being the easiest sources to debunk,
due to their overt Russian oriented propaganda,
written by stupid people ... who want to be ... Russian propagandists.

they never measure up to the Big Boys working the propaganda in Russia,
that are the old pros,
at Russian international news manipulation.


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