Saturday, March 10, 2018

Spies Like Us?

Cheers from Zizzi Restaurant!
Update: The Skripal case continues to intrigue and, as expected, has taken on gigantic 'international incident' proportions, with threats by the UK government against Russia and specifically Putin.

Ridiculous paths are now being walked along in this most obvious 'false flag' event. On a personal note, being a current employee of the NHS sees me receiving an e-mail from my CEO today... advising me on what to do should I come into contact with 'anyone who was in Salisbury at the weekend'!! 

I apologise to the people of Salisbury, Wiltshire, on behalf of the entire NHS for this scare-mongering!

The Telegraph gives us the latest installment... now you have to watch your back at Sainsbury's Supermarket too!

"The search for clues to the assassination attempt on Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter has widened again as police sealed off a car park ticket machine in Salisbury.

The ticket dispenser at the Sainsbury’s car park, in the city’s Maltings Shopping Centre, was covered by a yellow and white forensics tent and a cordon placed several yards wide around it on Tuesday morning. Two police officers were guarding the scene.

Russian apparently, only six miles from the UK MOD chemical warfare research facility of Porton Down, managed to get their 'revenge'!

The move suggests police believe Mr Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia - who are both still in a critical condition - parked in the car park and obtained a ticket at the machine before going on to Zizzi Restaurant and the Mill pub, both of which were sealed off last Monday, the day after the attack took place."

There are hidden messages to Putin in this current event... messages that few people deciphered about why they targeted Russia. The synchromystic numbers made headlines today.This Novichok Nerve Gas attack has the signature of state sponsoring all over it, UK state that is.  Why is this? Does Syria play a part somewhere? Is this a punishment for Russia winning the war for Assad?

The other 'Sissi Restaurant', in Aleppo, Syria where Kings, Queens, and Presidents have dined for years before the current troubles... and where the spies liked to hang-out! I was told Assad visited weekly.
The Mills of Hama, Syria, UNESCO Ancient World Heritage site
The story continues of course...

Police began examining sections of the same car park on Monday for any traces of the Novichok nerve agent used to poison the pair. That reinforces the belief that the agent may have been introduced into Mr Skripal’s BMW car by the attacker, infecting him and Yulia when they first climbed into the vehicle, possibly to make their way into Salisbury city centre on Sunday, March 3.

It came as a former chemical weapons inspector warned that the Novichok used in the attack is “very persistent” and could linger for a “reasonable length of time” as a "dusty agent".

The same pose for a third picture - not Zizzi or Sissi this time... why so many pictures of the same pose...a bit odd to say the least!
Apparently Novichok means New or Newbie!!
The very strange case of Sergei Skripal - the Russian Spy who was poisoned (apparently by Putin's agents)  in Salisbury, Wiltshire - has a lot more intrigue that at first appears. Judging by the latest pictures released, it's pretty clear to see that something isn't quite right about this entire story.

There have been several updates to the story below. Most inconsistent details released regarding the events so far include the reports that Skripal's house has been cleaned out by the authorities, his car taken away, the injured Policeman Nick Baiiley's car removed from the scene, and now there is talk of exhuming the graves of his family members in Salisbury, including his son's cremated remains! What any of this has to do with an attempted state-sponsored murder through use of nerve gas has yet to be explained.
Almost passed us by, Porton Down, the notorious chemical research lab is only seven miles away from Salisbury. What luck!
There's CCTV footage of the local shops where Skripal bought eggs, went to lunch with his daughter, who appears to have many different faces, and walked with a mystery blonde through the high street, just before he was found unconscious.

Adding to this, a doctor happened on the scene and gave immediate CPR to the daughter (Yulia) without suffering ill effects herself from touching the apparent contaminated victims, even though Haz Mat and various chemical cleaning 'agencies' have now quarantined the area.
Eggs and Milk?
You know there is deliberate obfuscation occurring with this story. A deliberate misdirection commonplace when agencies, such as the security services, are trying to cover up. The obvious doctored photos below show that something about Skripal - who he is - what he is doing in the UK - is not as it appears.

The first news report about Fentanyl use, causing major confusion, seems to have come from nowhere - the media can't trace the origin of the story, and the double pictures of daughter Yulia - two different woman in the same pose - why? Perhaps these people are not who we are told they are? Perhaps Skripal is not a double agent, but a triple agent. and he has something they want... straight out of a John Le Carre novel?

To recap the very first breaking of the story with the help of The Telegraph Online...

Russian agent convicted of spying for Britain was fighting for his life last night amid suspicions he was poisoned in a shopping centre in Wiltshire.

Sergei Skripal, 66, was in intensive care after being exposed to a mysterious substance as he sat on a bench in the centre of Salisbury. A 33-year-old woman who was with him, is also in critical condition. Both had collapsed and were unconscious when they were discovered.

Reports suggest Col Skripal had recently gone to police claiming he was fearing for his life.

The incident comes a little over a decade after the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, the former Russian agent who was poisoned by radioactive polonium in a London hotel.
A clearly doctored image of Sergei and his daughter
Colonel Skripal, 66, a former Russian intelligence agent with the FSB, was jailed in Moscow for spying for Britain but had arrived in the UK in 2010 as part of a prisoner exchange. Anna Chapman, a Russia-born secret agent who had acquired British citizenship and who was detained by US authorities, was sent back to Russia along with nine other agents.

Litvinenko’s widow Marina Litvinenko told the Telegraph last night: “It looks similar to what happened to my husband but we need more information. We need to know the substance. Was it radioactive?”

Colonel Skripal and his female companion was discovered on Sunday afternoon. An eyewitness told how she saw the pair seemingly "frozen" in place.
Haz Mat
Georgia Pridham, 25, had been for a hen do lunch and was walking back to her friend’s car when she saw the couple slumped on a bench.

She told the Telegraph: “He was quite smartly dressed, which caught my eye. He had his palms up to the sky as if he was shrugging and was staring at the building in front of him.
“He had a woman sat next to him on the bench who was slumped on his shoulder. She looked grey and had her hood up.

“I thought 'that is quite odd, they must be on something'. I remember looking back at him thinking he would catch my eye but he was staring dead straight. He was conscious but it was like he was frozen and he was slightly rocking back and forward.
Emergency times three!
"She was just slumped onto his shoulder. She had a Parka jacket on with her hood up. I thought maybe she was asleep or passed out. He had a jacket and some smart trousers on. He didn’t look like the type to get high.

”The couple were unconscious when they were rushed to Salisbury District Hospital. Authorities later declared a major incident and its Accident & Emergency unit had to be closed.

On Monday night police said Zizzi restaurant, which was close to where Col Skripal and the woman were found, was closed in connection with the incident following consultation with Public Health England, suggesting one or both of them may have dined there beforehand.
A walk in the park can become a bad dream
Police wearing protective suits on Monday night were examining the area around the bench where the couple had collapsed. One well-placed source told The Telegraph a number of police officers who had initially attended the scene had also been treated for possible contamination although this newspaper was unable to verify that.

One report suggested a ‘specialist chemical response unit’ had removed an ‘unknown substance’ which had been wrapped in several protective layers.
The prospect of a state-sponsored assassination on Colonel Skripal was immediately raised by opponents of President Putin.
Daughter one
Garry Kasparov, the former chess world champion and high profile critic of the Russian leader, tweeted: “After the UK’s pathetic response to Litvinenko’s assassination with polonium in London, why wouldn’t Putin do it again?”

Colonel Skripal is thought to have been living quietly in Salisbury for the past seven years. He was sentenced to 13 years in prison in 2006 after being found guilty of “high treason in the form of espionage” in a Moscow military court.

Russia alleged that Colonel Skripal had been paid $100,000 by MI6 in exchange for passing them the identities of Russian secret agents operating in Europe. He was branded a traitor and a disgrace.

A Russian nuclear expert Igor Sutyagin, who had been convicted of spying in 2004, was also sent to the UK with Colonel Skripal as part of the spy swap. Dr Sutyagin, now a senior research fellow with the Royal United services Institute in London, last night said he only knew Colonel Skripal for the duration of their flight from Moscow.

“If everything points to these people, then that’s a problem for them,” he said.
Daughter one again... but a similar pose. Clearly a completely different person?
Dr Andrew Foxall, Director of the Russia and Eurasia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society, said: “If confirmed, this would be the second case of a former Russian ‘spy’ being exposed to an unknown substance in the UK. The first, of course, was Alexander Litvinenko, who was poisoned by polonium-210 in 2006.

“While it is too soon to attribute responsibility, it would be foolhardy if the authorities were not to explore the Russia connection in relation to Mr Skripal’s illness.”In a statement, temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Craig Holden of Wiltshire Police, said: “The two people – a man aged in his 60s, and a woman aged in her 30s – were found unconscious on a bench in The Maltings in Salisbury.
Another doctored photo of Skripal
“Police officers, as well as colleagues from the ambulance and fire services attended the scene and cordons were put in place.”

The statement continued: “The pair, who we believe are known to each other, did not have any visible injuries and were taken to Salisbury District Hospital. They are currently being treated for suspected exposure to an unknown substance. Both are currently in a critical condition in intensive care.”

“Because we are still at the very early stages of the investigation, we are unable to ascertain whether or not a crime has taken place.”
Skripal left holding the 'baby' - it seems doctored again!
Mark Galeotti, an expert on the Russian secret services, said: “The Russians have more animus towards ‘traitors’ than dissidents, as it were.”

But he said it would be unusual to target an ex-spy who had been jailed debriefed and exchanged, adding: “One thing that made Alexander Litvinenko a target was that he was still working with the security services here and with others.

“If there was a belief, rightly or wrongly, that Skripal was working for the security services, or done something else to make him a person of interest, it would put him back in the cross hairs.”

Swap: Anna Chapman, the Russia-born secret agent who had acquired British citizenship, was sent back to Moscow along with nine other agents in 2010
A fictional spy?
Miss Chapman, 36, who had married an English husband and had lived in London, had been arrested on spying in the US in 2010. The spies were swapped at Austria’s Vienna airport in scenes reminiscent of exchanges from the Cold War.
Haz Mat having a laugh?

Early reports suggested that colonel Skripal and the unnamed woman may have been exposed to the synthetic drug, Fentanyl, which is up to 10,000 times more powerful than heroin and has been linked to scores of deaths in the UK.

Not Salisbury but Solsbury in Somerset!

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