It would have been far easier and certain for Russians to arrange a car bomb than employ a chemical agent. Even a kidnapping where the bodies are never found is easier and more certain than putting an agent on a door handle.

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Yes, and let's not forget the children feeding the ducks. It seems to me that once the authorities found that the public would unquestioningly swallow the Skripal narrative, they realized it was a good time to bring on the Plandemic.

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There was another mysterious "poisoning" of a Russian exile in 2006, ...Alexander Litvinenko. And guess who was assigned to be his case officer? [Christopher] "Steele was a counterintelligence specialist[17] and was selected as case officer for Alexander Litvinenko and participated in the investigation of the Litvinenko poisoning in 2006.[18] It was Steele who quickly realised that Litvinenko's death "was a Russian state 'hit'" (quote from Wikipedia).

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I followed this case anyway, because it was such a huge event, but I was especially tuned in as I had visited a friend in Salisbury only a couple of years before. I have never once heard of Toxic Dagger until now.


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As with too much of the evil that goes on these days, the powers that be don't seem overly concerned that their evidence and arguments don't do a very good job of actually supporting their version of the crime. Additionally, laws and protocols concerning these investigations, are easily broken or routinely not followed. Finally, everything is wrapped up behind closed doors and that's the end of it; case closed!

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Here is an email I wrote about the case back in April 2019. I think it holds up pretty well.

This is just getting ludicrous.

The Skripal poisoning has been out of the US news cycle for months, which means that our MTV-reared population no longer remembers it. But it was a big deal at the time. An ex-Russian double agent living in England and his daughter nearly died from poisoning that occurred on March 4, 2018. Details were inconsistent and hard to find. I believe that they were found unconscious at an outdoor café. Initial reports said they were poisoned by Fentanyl but this was later changed to Novichok, supposedly a Russian nerve agent, although other sources said that Novichok referred to a class of nerve agents. The nerve agent was incredibly deadly, but they both survived, a poisoned first responder survived, and the Skripal's guinea pigs and their beautiful cat survived.

But not to worry, the British killed all the animals.

While exactly what Novichok is is unclear, the Western Governments/MSM (is there a difference?) were nevertheless able to definitively determine that it was manufactured by Russia, a claim that appears impossible to substantiate. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/48995.htm That article mentions the UK's only chemical weapons facility, Porton Down, which is just outside Salisbury -- the very city where the Skripal poisoning occurred. But nothing to see here.

Faced with the embarrassment that this super deadly nerve agent seemed incapable of killing anybody, even a guinea pig, on June 30 -- yeah, June 30, you read that correctly, the Skripals were poisoned March 4, then nothing happening all through March, April, May, up until the very end of June -- some woman, who was a heroin addict, got poisoned by Novichok, and she did die. She got poisoned through a women's perfume bottle left (in a garbage bin I think) by the super high level assassins. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6729599/dawn-sturgess-salisbury-novichok-victim-family-drug-addiction-children-funeral/ The West soon released photos of the hitmen, and Russia immediately identified them. Talk about cosmic bad luck. They appear to have been a couple of closeted gay guys who were at the wrong place at the wrong time. https://pressfrom.info/us/news/offbeat/-187686-britain-calls-them-nerve-agent-hit-men-russians-ask-whether-they-are-gay.html

The Skripals were held incommunicado, for their own safety, of course. I don't recall any sightings of the father; the daughter was seen in this officially released post-poisoning video [Dead Link] , where absent the tracheostomy scar she looks better than before. If the Skripals are still alive, they are most likely in the US. https://newspunch.com/cia-mi6-to-relocate-skripals-to-us-with-new-identities/

Trump passed a bunch of sanctions in response [Dead Link] although Bloomberg, the eponymous news organization owned by the guns-for-me-but-not-for-thee billionaire, said it was not enough. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2018-03-28/the-west-s-response-to-russia-after-skripal-attack-is-too-mild

And indeed by themselves they were not enough, as the real goal of America was likely stopping the Nord Stream 2 project. [Dead Link] Trump and the American Establishment have been Hell-bent on stopping this https://www.wsj.com/articles/trump-is-right-on-nord-stream-2-1532289915

As I said above, the Skripal case had been out of the news cycle for months, but it was revived just a few days ago when The New York Times revealed that Trump had been persuaded to enact the anti-Russian sanctions after being shown photos of hospitalized children and dead ducks, victims of the Novichok poisoning. Except that there were no dead ducks and no hospitalized children.

In the words of Anna Russell, "I'm not making this up, you know."

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Never could believe the official story.

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