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ZippytheHippy Posted on 09/03/2018 21:05
This Russian Spy thing
 
 
Wonder if he was about to "out" Corbyn or McDonald as 005 & 006?
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uncle_rico Posted on 09/03/2018 21:12

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There’s certainly a lot more to it. 180 military personnel drafted in on top of all the police etc.

Also, if Putin (or Russia) was to order th execution of a former spy why would they do it using an easily traceable nerve agent and where all fingers would point at them?

Something doesn’t add up.
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TABLOID_MAN Posted on 09/03/2018 21:15

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How come we haven't had the police chief doing a press conference stating that the attack has nothing to do with Russia and warning against vigilante attacks on other Russians?
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Ron-Seal Posted on 09/03/2018 21:16
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"Also, if Putin (or Russia) was to order th execution of a former spy why would they do it using an easily traceable nerve agent and where all fingers would point at them?"

He wants you to know it is him.
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borobadge Posted on 09/03/2018 21:19
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[:D]


the board is dead...long live the bored.
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pork_pie Posted on 09/03/2018 21:23

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I suspect the military have been drawn in because chemical warfare is not a speciality of cililian police!

The numbers are just that...a number! The military train regularly to react to being attacked by nasty germs...the police train to react to nasty bad men!

The precautions being taken (full germ suits etc.) Are just a sensible precaution! The chances of a chemical agent having a lethal effect on a person after a relatively long term exposure to atmosphere are small!

If there was a significant risk of this nerve agent still having potential, then a large area of salisbury would have been evacuated!

This is all about the potential of a small pocket of the agent MAY have been trapped somewhere and may still be hazardous in a close vacinity.
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borobadge Posted on 09/03/2018 21:37

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theyre embarrassing these islands government and making it clear to any of their dissidents, or those thinking about it that they will always be found regardless of where they go.

they have decide the USA election, they have wrecked the Italian government and they have made the uk security look like a third world country.

no wonder why treeser mayhem is scared to call a general election.

the bored is dead - long live the board. [LOVE]
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Borocelt Posted on 09/03/2018 22:05

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"How come we haven't had the police chief doing a press conference stating that the attack has nothing to do with Russia and warning against vigilante attacks on other Russians?"

Well, they don't need to do that, because Russians, generally, are not brown, so not of interest to the right wing loons.
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tryasize10 Posted on 09/03/2018 22:08

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Why has it taken 5 days for them to decide to deploy the military to Salisbury?

Propaganda at its best?
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kuepper Posted on 09/03/2018 22:22

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who's McDonald?
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Rayman Posted on 09/03/2018 22:35

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He’s been open about sponsoring various anti-EU parties in order to destabilise the west and has become brazen.
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Richyboro Posted on 09/03/2018 22:52

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Vlad must be schitting himself now [^] how about real sanctions and getting rid off Mr Chelski
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borobadge Posted on 10/03/2018 10:22

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he was a BRITISH spy - he worked for MI6...

the RUSSIAN spys walk amongst us such is their throng.

meanwhile the tories carry on killing subjects of betty Windsor every hour of every day - & most say nothing.
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jiffy Posted on 10/03/2018 14:53

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Methinks this is more personal. Not Russian government.

One of those he named or a descendant who has just found out what their dad got up to and is after revenge.

nerve agents are not easy to manufacture but if you can find out how to manufacture bombs on the dark web then you can find out how to make these too.

The fact that the poison did not succeed in killing the target suggests it might be more amatuerishly made or administered. Professionals would have succeeded.

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keelo Posted on 10/03/2018 15:25
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It took Alexander Litvinenko 3 weeks to die...stop talking XXXXXXe about things you know absolutely fcuk all about
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pork_pie Posted on 10/03/2018 15:34

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Theres a slight difference between ingesting polonium210 (radioactive metal) and being infected by nerve agent! Silly boy!
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keelo Posted on 10/03/2018 15:45

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The wonderful fmttm super slueths...ffs
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pork_pie Posted on 10/03/2018 15:59

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Its an elite club keelo! [;)]
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xxlshirts_fit_all Posted on 10/03/2018 16:20

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is the OP suggesting momentum carried out the deed? [rle]
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littlejimmy Posted on 10/03/2018 16:28

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Kippers on twitter are suggesting it was done by the EU to try and frame the Russians. [:D]
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ZippytheHippy Posted on 10/03/2018 17:39

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"is the OP suggesting momentum carried out the deed?" [:D]

And heres me thinking VX was roman for V. Perhaps theres some sort of symbolic code in there?

No smoke without fire, JC & JM soon to be "outed"
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FartingGnome Posted on 10/03/2018 17:49

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You're fantasising and getting over excited, get yourself a couple of tissues and calm yourself down.
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truthBomb Posted on 12/03/2018 12:57

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•wash clothing that hasn’t already been in the washing machine

•any items which cannot be washed, and which would normally be dry cleaned, should be put into two plastic bags, tied at the top and stored safely at home

•wipe personal items such as phones, handbags and other electronic items with cleansing or baby wipes and dispose of the wipes in the bin

•wash other items such as jewellery and spectacles which cannot go in the washing machine with warm water and detergent and rinse with clean, cold water

•wash hands thoroughly after cleaning any items
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borobadge Posted on 12/03/2018 13:24

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why would "british patriots" be worried or up in arms over a traitor?

the man was a traitor to his country.
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bear66 Posted on 12/03/2018 13:26

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He was a hero for us.
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borobadge Posted on 12/03/2018 13:29

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a hero ?

youd never heard of him till last week.

some hero that is.


any more hero's you wish to disclose ?
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bear66 Posted on 12/03/2018 13:32

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That makes him a greater hero! Working in the dark at huge risk to himself to protect the people of this country.
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r00fie1 Posted on 12/03/2018 13:38

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Bullschi** comes out in the wash and thats what all this is.
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truthBomb Posted on 12/03/2018 15:20

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and to think the biggest chemical testing lab in the UK is but 6 miles away from Souls bury.

Porton Down be where they develop deadly nerve agents such as VX.

organophosphorus

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chickenrunner Posted on 12/03/2018 22:05

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Putin's eyes are very close together. Regardless of that I reckon you could still get a bullet between them.
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rayban Posted on 12/03/2018 22:43

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Russian dodgy money speaks a lot louder than May's rhetoric. Not to mention Afican dodgy money. (oh sorry, I just did!) What would the puppetmasters in the City of London (The money laundering capital of the world) do without
dodgy money from dodgy people.
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ZippytheHippy Posted on 13/03/2018 08:00

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Drive ford fiestas?
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foomanboro Posted on 13/03/2018 08:13
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I bet the Russians are quaking in their boots about Theresa Mays “consequences”. [rle]

Especially with Brexit we have never been in a weaker position to play hardball with anyone. Especially the Ruskies. No allies. No friends. We are a lame duck.

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The_GOAT Posted on 13/03/2018 08:20

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'a hero ?

youd never heard of him till last week.

some hero that is.


any more hero's you wish to disclose ? '

Why does it matter if he's never heard of him til last week? If some stranger pulled you out of a burning car, would he not be considered a hero because you've only just met him?

"He's your hero!"

"Steady on, mate, I've only just met him"

Whatever happened to fmttm's own hero? The one who did a John McClane in that Kenyan shopping centre.
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joseph99 Posted on 13/03/2018 09:31

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Is there any evidence to pin this on Putin apart from this being a Russian designed chemical? Could it be a rouge and a revenge attack? Unless more is known that being publicised it appears we are pointing the finger before putting the suspect on trial.
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FartingGnome Posted on 13/03/2018 09:41

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If the Russian government wanted to carry out a deniable wet job in Salisbury why did they use a Chemical only they have?

Just asking, seems a bit stupid of them, and I don't think anybody's every accused them of being stupid. And am I the only person to notice this? Not seen it anywhere else, and it's a simple question.
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1finny Posted on 13/03/2018 09:42

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The only ‘evidence’ is the nerve agent is normally Russian made [?]
Hardly enough, I’d have thought, to pin the guilt on them.

We are in a dodgy world - anyone nation could have done this for any reason knowing Putin would cop for blame.
Equally it could have been Putin organised.

Brailsford is good at this kind of stuff [;)]
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bear66 Posted on 13/03/2018 09:48

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You don't know whether it's the only evidence. I'd presume there is a lot we don't know.
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The_GOAT Posted on 13/03/2018 10:18

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'Could it be a rouge and a revenge attack? '

Lady Marmalade will be prime suspect.
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Dustbin_Man Posted on 13/03/2018 10:18

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There seems to be an anti Russia agenda at the moment.
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foomanboro Posted on 13/03/2018 10:30
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The Russians definitely want us to know it was them.

They will of course publically deny they had anything to do with it but they purposely used their usual MO of chemical poisoning as a not so hidden message That is not to cross them.
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joseph99 Posted on 13/03/2018 10:37

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There is something going on and there is an ulterior motive in all this and we the public are having smoke blown up our arris’ I suspect. I hear there’s lots of wild rabbits in Salisbury at the moment.
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1finny Posted on 13/03/2018 10:41

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Bear
Very true
Just that we will be told what the government wants to tell us.
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Dustbin_Man Posted on 14/03/2018 10:04

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The West want a war with Russia and China in order to return power and control. North Korea and Syria are allies of these countries so we unsettle them and then Russia gets involved.

Every opportunity to blame Russia is taken by the media. They haven't offered any evidence but expect Russia to offer reasons why they were poisened.

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expat_smoggie Posted on 14/03/2018 11:56

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Dustbin man — in case you haven’t noticed there is a war going between us China, Russia and its co-conspirators— it’s called the Cold War — admittedly it’s still in a very diluted state compared to the Cold War in the 20th century but you have to worry when we’ve put another 100,000 troops on the borders of Belarus— the Russia threat is growing it won’t be long before Russian assets are frozen in the UK.
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