- Why did Theresa May insist on expelling 23 Russian diplomats when the opposition (led by Jeremy Corbyn) is still questioning why samples of a deadly nerve agent have not been sent to Moscow for analysis, amid escalating tensions with Russia over the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter?
Did the Kremlin use a nerve agent to poison a former Russian spy?
- At the same time, Russian has reiterated they have no role in incident. that U.K. of behaving in a “high-handed” and ‘mislead’ the world over poisoning a former Russian spy and his daughter on British soil.
- And conspiracy theorists believe there is no reason why would Russia choose to poison the former spy now and in such a “unprofessional” manner. After all, they could have killed the spy when he was under Russian custody.
- Compounding the above with the fact that Rex Tillerson was quick to side with Theresa May, saying Russia was probably behind the poisoning just before he was fired. Also, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley immediately announced the Trump administration “stands in absolute solidarity with Great Britain” and summoned an emergency meeting.
The Spy Poisoning For Iran War Conspiracy Theory
Judging from the suspicious manner of the poisoning incident, the timing, and the concerted efforts to blame Russia who is incidentally the “defender” arms supplier of Syria and Iran, whom Israel has been plotting to exterminate for ages, we have reasons to believe the ultimate purpose behind the “Spy Poisoning” is a plot to link, and to frame Russia to the chemical weapons in Syria, and to use it as an excuse in order to launch an all out war to wipe Iran off the map once and for all.
It appears the whole campaign is initiated by Israel and their “Globalist” ilks?
Britain Expels Russian Diplomats, Freezes Assets Over Nerve Agent Poisoning
Britain has plunged into the gravest battle with Russia since the Cold War as the prime minister unveiled her response to the “reckless and despicable” attack on the ex-Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
Theresa May announced 23 of Russia’s 58 London diplomats would be expelled as she condemned the nerve agent poisoning in Salisbury.
May, who also plans to freeze Russian assets, said she had invoked the new rules to send a “clear message” to Moscow.
She also said that Britain will “fundamentally degrade” Russian intelligence capability in the UK and prevent them from rebuilding it in the years to come.
Jeremy Corbyn questions why nerve agent samples haven’t been sent to Moscow
Prime Minister orders the biggest expulsion of Russian spies in 30 years after Salisbury poisoning
Jeremy Corbyn says a ‘robust dialogue’ needed with Russia to protect national security
Jeremy Corbyn has questioned why samples of a deadly nerve agent have not been sent to Moscow for analysis amid escalating tensions with Russia over the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter.
The Mirror reports: UK ministers and the Royal Family will also boycott the World Cup; high-level contacts will be suspended; Britain will bring in new counter-espionage laws and checks on flights; and Russian assets will be frozen if they could be used in a bid to threaten life.
Mrs May firmly declared the attack was an “unlawful use of force by the Russian state against the UK”, and warned Russia has an “undeclared chemical weapons programme in contravention of international law.”
“They have treated the use of a military grade nerve agent in Europe with sarcasm, contempt and defiance,” Mrs May told MPs.
“It is tragic that President Putin has chosen to act in this way.”
The Kremlin’s London embassy instantly branded the response a “hostile action” that is “totally unacceptable, unjustified and shortsighted”.
Moscow flagrantly ignored a deadline of midnight last night to explain how Skripal, 66, his daughter Yulia, 33, and bystanders including DS Nick Bailey were hit with Novichok .
Mrs May’s move is set to prompt furious retaliation by the Kremlin. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov – whose invitation to visit Britain was also today revoked – declared: “Britain has continued to stage a political performance.
“Without concrete facts, it is a flagrant attempt to mislead the international community – to which we will have to respond.”
Russia’s Ambassador is understood to have been summoned to the Foreign Office today and handed the list.
Follow up for the above conspiracy theory,
“It’s absolutely absurd that Russia would actually put its signature on a crime like this if they had carried it out” says George Galloway.
‘One of the Great Hoaxes’: Skripal Poisoning Evokes ‘Deja Vu’ of Iraq War Run-up … similar to its headlong rush to war with Iraq in 2003.
So, does the poisoning mark the beginning of war against Iran?