A Very British Poisoning Blamed on Russia and the Megyn Kelly 'Confronting Putin' Interview

A Very British Poisoning Blamed on Russia and the Megyn Kelly 'Confronting Putin' Interview

A week ago exchanged British agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia visiting from Moscow were found slumped over on a park bench, allegedly poisoned with a nerve agent of some sort. The British government claims it is looking into over potential 200 witnesses and 240 pieces of evidence tied to the incident in Salisbury, a city where the retired Skripal lived near his MI6 recruiter and likely handler, Pablo Miller. 

According to the anti-Kremlin Russian publication Meduza, Miller worked with dirty dossier author and fellow ex-MI6 spook Christopher Steele for Orbis Business Intelligence. Thus the legacy media is hinting at a link between the poisoning and the Steele Dossier which was used to insert Clinton campaign funded partisan oppo research into the Obama intelligence community. This 'linkage' is being made just days after Kremlin connected oligarch Oleg Deripaska, placing an op-ed in the Trump friendly Daily Caller, suggested that none other than the arch globalist George Soros had partially funded the dossier through his cat's paws in the Clinton crime family.

RussiaGate Twitter is convinced that Skripal, who spent years in Russian prisons for treason before a spy swap in 2010, was suddenly worth the risk to assassinate on British soil because he may have been Steele's source for Kremlin kompromat on Trump. Regardless of the truth, the British tabloid The Sun claims Monday morning that Theresa May's government is preparing to formally blame Russia for the poisoning.

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Who Had Litvinenko Murdered?

The Captain Obvious/Occam's Razor question the UK MSM can be relied on to never ask: if all the evidence has existed since 2006 that Putin 'probably' had ex-FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko poisoned with radioactive polonium 210, why did it take Sir Robert Owen and the British government nearly a decade to produce it? And why produce this evidence now during Cold War 2.0 and withhold it when U.S./UK-Russian relations were improving in 2009?


Paul Klebnikov, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was murdered in 2004 after publishing a book with Boris Berezovsky as the main villain. Klebnikov's killing rarely gets brought up by those citing the number of journalists murdered in Russia since Vladimir Putin became president in 2000, because it doesn't fit 'the Narrative' -- Klebnikov was not an outspoken critic of Putin.

If Boris Berezovsky had nothing to do with the poisoning of his employee, ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko, and there was no scheme to smuggle polonium (a trigger for atomic weapons or a possible 'dirty bomb' that would spread terror far beyond its radioactive effects), why were polonium traces found inside Berezovsky's London flat?


Why did no suspicion fall on Berezovsky, who had been implicated in multiple contract killings and armed takeovers of businesses in Russia during the 'wild Nineties'? (And who probably had one of his fiercest critics, the late Wall Street Journal reporter Paul Klebnikov, murdered in 2004). Berezovsky was found dead in the bath tub of his huge country house, in what was ruled a suicide in late 2013, based on the theory that his fortune had nearly been exhausted by his lavish life style and funding of anti-Kremlin activists.

For further reading, we strongly recommend our acquaintance Gordon M. Hahn (one of the preeminent experts on the Caucasus Emirate terrorist group) and his February 2015 article, "Chechen Nuclear Bomb Explodes in Renewed Litvinenko Inquest", as well as David Habbakuk and Ryan Dawson's excellent overviews of this farcical, drawn out (because the real suspects all got away with it) case.

Deadly polonium-210 was available in very limited quantities (far less than what Litvinenko was supposedly poisoned with) for just $69 online in late 2006. We assume it's become a bit harder to obtain without further scrutiny since his death.

RT: This is how father of MI6 asset and ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko has been 'cared for' in Italian exile. He now says his son was murdered by his employers/handlers Boris Berezovsky and Alex Goldfarb, who may have discovered Litvinenko was still secretly reporting to Moscow as a planted double agent, or that he knew too much about their connections to the exiled Chechen terrorists and dirty bomb parts smuggling

A group of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts review the case for Russian TV -- and come to very different conclusions from the Western MSM which takes Sir Robert Owen's three court press 'secret investigation' conclusions at face value

Wayne Madsen on Sir Robert Owen's farcical 'Putin probably killed' Litvinenko case, Obama's 'Business International' CIA past, etc.