Tell the British to “Git,” Otherwise We Are Finished

Tell the British to “Git,” Otherwise We Are Finished

Yulia Skripal, age 33, the daughter of former GRU agent and exchanged MI6 asset Sergey Skripal is said to have improved from critical to stable condition in a hospital. This miraculous (and for HMG narrative, highly inconvenient) recovery is occurring after British authorities settled on nerve agent smeared on their front door as an alleged method of poisoning her and Sergey on March 4, 2018. The latest (already posted to Wikipedia) version of how the Skripals were allegedly poisoned with Novichok, a Soviet developed nerve toxin ten times more deadly than VX, was produced after the British government came under well deserved criticism for failing to explain where and how the poisoning happened with dozens of people said to have been exposed to the chemical agent (but only one policeman from the scene, and not the doctor who initially treated the Skripals, showing any signs of illness).

Anonymous British government sources had offered multiple versions ranging from the toxin coming in Yulia's luggage while visiting from Moscow to the poison being introduced through the vents of Sergey's BMW -- while accusing the Russians of presenting ridiculous theories to deny their involvement. Which is classic projection on the part of those accustomed to instantly assigning guilt to Russia, and being the judges, jurors and cheerleaders for the executioners of the post-Western world.

Today's news of Yulia Skripal's potential ability to speak as a witness comes too late to stop the deterioration of relations between Russia and the mostly NATO countries that followed the Anglo-Americans lead in expelling dozens of diplomats, with Moscow announcing the closure of the U.S. consulate in Russia's second city of St. Petersburg and the expulsion of 60 accredited American diplomats/CIA agents under diplomatic cover. However, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov's complaint that HMG is in violation of its obligations under the 1963 Vienna Convention (specifically article 36) to grant consular access to a Russian citizen in distress were finally reported by mainstream media outlet the Associated Press -- now that Yulia may start talking in ways inconvenient to the farcical British version of events. A British court claim that no one in Russia of any relation or from the Russian Embassy had sought to speak with Yulia or obtain precise details about her and Sergey's medical condition has also been revised after reporter John Helmer exposed the lie.

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