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March 18, 2018

 

The main image features Stanislav Yezhov (middle), with Ukraine's PM Volodymyr Groysman and Theresa May in July 2017. Stanislav Yezhov has since been apprehended by the Ukrainian Security Services who believe he used his role to collect intelligence from different governments. He was in No 10 as recently as July this year when he accompanied Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman as his aide. Yezhov was detained in his office on Wednesday night and is currently being held in a remand centre. As usual, Theresa May is once again right in the thick of it all. spy utopia.

 

Head of the Counterintelligence Department of the SBU Security Service of Ukraine Oleksiy Petrov said: ''The official had access to rather narrow insider information of the Cabinet of Ministers. He enjoyed respect. He worked very responsibly, diligently and creatively for the Russian special services. He passed along information, stole documents, eavesdropped on news, searched for information among colleagues and regularly sent it to the Russian special services, to his supervisors whom he worked for. What a rat in glasses.''

 

A huge crime has been perpetrated in our country and it has been used, in the most blatent way, to strengthen the power of those who already have all the levers of power. Last time I checked, justice was supposed to follow a pathway called "due-process", where all the i's were dotted and all t's were crossed. Suspicion wasn't supposed to justify a conviction. If they aren't, the damage done is usually as attrocious as the original crime - Birmingham 6, Guildford 4, anyone remember them?

 

I'm certainly no fan of Vladimir Putin, the latest Tsar in the 'Mafia' state of Russia, but at the same time i do not think anyone should rattle the cage of a rabid dog who has nuclear weapons that could wipe out life on Earth. Russia would be easy to deal with if we didn't have a system that cared more about the acquisition of wealth for the powerful, above caring for the planet and it's inhabitants. Unfortunately we do have that system. The world of espionage is the most murky of all mediums. False flag events are a widespread tactic used in that world.

 

It spawns groups of people who are later conveniently labeled "rogue elements". Of course they are only given that appelation if they are exposed, which they rarely are. Can anyone remember the name "Oliver North" in this regard. A great patriot and a rogue element all rolled into one depending on who's opinion you seek. One person has tried to apply some brakes to the runaway train that has become the Skripal case. He has been villified in the MSM and, by the usual suspects in the political party that is supposed to represent the interests of the weak against the powerful.

 

It would not surprise me one iota, if a western power had used the widespread corruption in the former Soviet Union to purchase a quantity of the Novichok nerve agent. at the same time I wouldn't be at all surprised if all of the fingers pointing at Putin proved to be correct in the end. The point i am trying to make is that conclusions can't be drawn, until all of the evidence is tried and tested and, only one result can be the truth. It's called rational thinking and logical procedure.

 

Could this be Theresa May's Falkland War? It is really starting to sound like the same jingoistic blood letting tactic to me! Give them bread and circuses - but go steady on the bread, we have to pay for it. 

 

The BBC are denying photoshopping Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Newsnight boss has dismissed claims the programme photoshopped Jeremy Corbyn’s hat to make him look more Russian. Supporters of the Labour leader, including prominent left-wing writer Owen Jones, attacked the BBC Two programme for using an image they claim had been altered. Mr Jones appeared on the show to discuss Labour’s response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack and claimed Mr Corbyn had been made to look like a “Soviet stooge”.

 

I am old enough to remember the effect the Falklands war had on making the most unre-electable leader, electable again. The woman was universally hated and was polling at numbers that would have predicted the death of the Tories in the British Political landscape. I was at the end of my last Engineer Officer watch ever, in the engine room of a ship, in Yokohama, when I came up from the engine room to be greeted by a fellow shipmate brandishing UK "News" papers trumpeting that the UK had responded to a hostile attack by Argentina. "It has to be a joke", I thought. "Why the hell would we be at war with a country thousands of miles away, seperated from us by two oceans?" I sat down and read the story and said to myself - "Oh Shit!! this is a game changer!" I was 24 years old at the time and while the jingoists were rattling their sabres, I realised that the levers of power had been manipulated once again and, patriotism was once again being used, by the powerful, to pull the wool of propoganda over the eyes of the many by the few who knit the balaclava's!

 

May now has her Falklands war and, the same power brokers are once again pulling their levers. The foremost is the BBC. Newsnight tried to make light of their photoshopped depiction of Corbyn in a Russian hat, superimposed on the Kremlin. They failed to sound convincing. The attacks on the Skripals and Glukoshny murders, are May's Falklands moment. I am far from being a conspiracy theorist but I'm starting to smell rotting fish! A great conspiracy doesn't need an elaborate plan, involving many disparate actors to succeed. It only needs a drought and a spark to cause a forrest fire. The drought has been supplied by the right wing media and, the spark has been provided by a couple of assasinations. Is anyone naive enough to believe that western governments don't have trained assasins within their "security services"?

 

Is anyone naive enough to believe that in the 1990's, the chaotic situation in the former Soviet Union, didn't allow nuclear, chemical and biological weapons to be sold to the highest bidder? The fish is getting toward Swedish delicacy proportions and I'm not buying it! The snide attacks on Corbyn by the Conservatives, from the MSM and especially the BBC - I'm not buying that either. I see collusion for what it is. Keep your smelly surstromming, we've seen this all before. You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time!

 

 

By Phil Gage for Political Provocateur

 Edited by Simon O'Donnell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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