Russia could not benefit from Skripal poisoning
“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.
As follow up to our conspiracy theory that the spy and his daughter were poisoned is just a prelude of war on Iran plotted by Israel with their “colonial” superpower United States of America – Blaming Russia over spy poisoning is a part of the conspiracy to attack Iran by Israel
According to Daily Express,
Russia spy attack probe is ‘chilling reminder’ of Iraq War build-up, a ‘Deja Vu’ of Iraq War Run-up
Russia spy attack probe ‘a chilling reminder’ of Iraq War build-up, claims Galloway
George Galloway has said efforts to blame Russia for the nerve agent attack targeting Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter remind him of the justifications for the Iraq War.
Controversial left-winger George Galloway – a former Labour MP – spent much of today tweeting his scepticism about claims the Kremlin is responsible for the nerve gas attack which left Sergei Skripal and 33-year-old daughter Yulia fighting for their lives in hospital after being attacked with novichok in Salisbury, England.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn went head to head as the Prime Minister suggested Russia is either behind the attack or has lost control of its nerve agent stockpile in a statement to the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister declared Russia had 24 hours to explain what happened as the Kremlin denied involvement and warned the UK not to threaten a nuclear power.
British scientists identified the substance that Skripal and his daughter were exposed to as part of the highly-lethal Novichok group of nerve agents developed by the Soviet military in the 1970s and 1980s.
However, George Galloway has dismissed claims that Russia is “culpable” for the Skripal poisoning, saying it wouldn’t put a “signature” on such a crime. Moscow is preparing to expel British diplomats in retaliation for UK sanctions.
It would appear George Galloway and the most left-wingers have doubt over Theresa May’s allegations that Russia was behind the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, in line with our conspiracy theory that the incident is actually part of the globalist ploy to wipe Iran from the map, so that Israel can dominate the world as alleged since time immemorial.
‘Absurd’ that Russia would leave its ‘signature’ on Skripal crime – George Galloway
According to RT.com, George Galloway hit back at Theresa May’s allegations that Russia was behind the poisoning of spy and his daughter Yulia. His comments follow demands by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn that the PM present evidence and use channels provided by international law before assigning blame to Moscow.
“Here is the killer question that was not asked by anybody in parliament either on Monday or Wednesday,” Galloway said.“If this Novichok is exclusively Russian, why would Russia choose that weapon to mount a terrorist attack on the streets of Salisbury? They may as well be leaving a pair of boots covered with snow and painting ‘Vladimir Putin was here’ on the nearest wall.
“It’s absolutely absurd that Russia would actually put its signature on a crime like this if they had carried it out,” he added.
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Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia will expel British diplomats shortly. The measure is a response to May’s sanctions against Russia over its alleged involvement in the poisoning of former Russian double agent Skripal. A total of 23 Russian diplomats will be expelled from the UK, among other punitive measures.
Galloway compared May’s assertions to misleading intelligence reports that were created in the lead-up to the Iraq war. Faulty intelligence garnered by the US and UK claimed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction (WMD). The claim was used to justify the invasion.
“I have an absolute conviction that this is exactly the same kind of canard that led us to the disaster of the Iraq war,” Galloway said, before adding that “in any list of suspects, Russia must be near the bottom because, self-evidently, it has not and cannot benefit from this crime in any way.”
On Russia’s refusal to respond to the deadline set by May for it to give its account of the Skripal poisoning, Galloway said:“The reality is Russia has every right to be offended here. It is my view that the language of ultimatums and ‘you have 36 hours to say you’re guilty or kind of guilty’… was deliberately designed to fail. Russia was set up to fail this test that Theresa May set it.
“Just like Iraq and the WMD, this verdict has already been reached before this investigation ever began,” he said.
When Dod asked Galloway about Ofcom’s intention to revoke RT’s license, he said it would make a “mockery of British protestations of freedom of speech and it will probably be illegal under British, EU and international law, so I hope they will not be so foolish to do that. There will never be another British journalist working in Russia, that’s for sure. People should think about that very carefully,” he warned.
According to Sputnik,
‘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.
“I think this will go down with the Gulf of Tonkin incident as one of the great hoaxes, with the most serious implications in all of history,” Galloway told Brian Becker and John Kiriakou of Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear. “The Russian president is facing reelection, the people of the world are headed to Russia in the summertime for the World Cup.”
“These two people were clearly of no consequence — if the Russian state wanted to kill them, they could have killed them entirely inexpensively at any time. [Yulia Skripal] actually lives in Moscow, so if they wanted her dead, she could have been murdered in an alley with her scarf. [Sergei Skripal] could have been murdered in prison when he was jailed as a traitor to the Russian Federation — and he got a very light sentence, which seems to suggest they didn’t take him seriously even back then.”
“In broad daylight, in public, this mastermind, capable of rigging the American elections, rigging Brexit, rigging the Catalan independence struggle and God knows what else, is stupid enough to attack with a nerve agent invented by Russia with Russia’s signature on it. In my opinion, you’d have to be crazy to believe that — but a large number of people, certainly in the media and even more depressingly in the Parliament, do,” Galloway said.
Galloway compared the UK Parliament’s reaction to the Skripal poisoning to the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2016, a Parliament-commissioned report known as the Chilcot Inquiry argued that the UK rushed into war with Iraq, that the evidence presented that Iraq was a threat to the UK was insufficient and that British intelligence misled the government and people of the UK with false reports that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
And yet, he said, despite the Chilcot Inquiry, parliamentarians are still treating “intelligence briefings given to the prime minister… as if they were carved in stone and just brought down from Mount Sinai. It’s deja vu.”
“The only person in Parliament who tried to stand up against this was Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and he was barracked and rubbished mainly by his own side, the remaining Tony Blair supporters. He’s being assailed as unpatriotic, as a Putin stooge, and so on. It is profoundly dispiriting that journalists by the hundreds are accepting at face value that Russia would do such a self-harming thing for no purpose that anyone has even yet speculated upon.”
Becker and Galloway discussed the bizarre circumstances of the case: Skripal and his daughter were found unconscious in public and the UK claimed that they were poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok, originally engineered in the Soviet Union in the 1970s. The toxin was also found in Skripal’s house and a British police officer who searched the house is gravely ill as a result.
But no Novichok remnants were found at the restaurant where the Skripals ate or the pub where they drank. It didn’t infect the paramedic who tried to give Sergei mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for half an hour. And, while it means little on its own, the site of the poisoning is just seven miles away from Porton Down, the British government’s chemical weapons research lab.
“These are big unexplained mysteries,” said Galloway. “If I just give you a hypothesis, only a hypothesis, I’m not saying it’s true, but it would be entirely possible that the nerve agent was being kept in the house of Skripal and it was somehow released. It affected the couple and the police officer, all three of whom became gravely ill in the ensuing hours — but that, too, is a mystery.”
“This agent is supposed to act within seconds, that’s what it says on the tin, that’s how they sell it. Within seconds, it will wipe you out completely — and yet didn’t it didn’t wipe out any of the people affected. Some of the people who got closest to the victims are unaffected entirely.”