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Bitter thoughts of the West. Will Russians poison Donald Trump and Theresa May?

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Alexander Litvinenko, Boris Nemtsov, Sergey Magnitsky. Now Sergey Skripal and his daughter. About such a chain "tracked" members of the British Parliament. It is strange that B. Berezovsky was not mentioned. According to the British Prime Minister Theresa May, it is likely that Russians are responsible for poisoning in Salisbury of the ex-officer of the GRU S. Skripal. A bit more of such controversy, and the Kremlin will be credited with attempting to poison Obama, Trump, and even Theresa May herself.




Former Colonel of the GRU Sergey Skripal was granted asylum in the UK quite a long time after the exchange of intelligence officers between Russia and the United States in 2010. As British journalists found out, first of all from the newspapers The Times and Financial TimesS. Skripal was an agent of MI-6, with whom he maintained contact for a long time in Spanish territory. In Spain, in fact, he was recruited by a certain “sales agent”.

Recruitment in MI-6 took place in 1995, when Skripal served in Spain. Scripal was given the alias Forthwith. For ten years he supplied British intelligence with information down to the telephone numbers of GRU officers. At the same time, it is difficult to call him an especially valuable cadre, as the press writes: over the decade of work for MI-6, the agent did not reveal the names of many Russian intelligence agents operating in Western states. The information he transmitted to MI-6 related rather to MI-5 (counterintelligence). Skripal, according to British newspapers, provided British intelligence officers with information mainly about the "GRU structure and personnel." Employees MI-6 passed the information received MI-5 and the CIA.

The doctors diagnosed diabetes with Mr. Skrypalyu, and the military intelligence officer went home to Moscow. This does not mean that contacts with the British have ceased. It turned out to be quite profitable.

Skripal continued to provide the secret service with classified information. The Times writes that Skripal often visited Spain for a "health amendment." At the same time, he expanded contacts with MI-6. In 2000, he left the GRU. In the same year, MI-6 gave him a home near Malaga, where he held all further meetings. For the information transmitted at these meetings, the ex-intelligence officer received either 5000 or 6000 dollars, and once, as if "urgently" demanded ten thousand. Such amounts are usually paid to valuable agents. Cash Skripal calmly carried to the Spanish bank. Spanish intelligence also knew about Skrypal.

It also indicates that Mr. Skripal, in his "work" for Britain, had in mind his personal future: it turns out that he was interested in the idea of ​​life in Great Britain.

How much rope do you want ... In 2004, the former intelligence officer was arrested by people from the FSB. He was accused of espionage. The court sentenced this figure, who methodically sold his motherland for dollars, to thirteen years of imprisonment (article on treason).

A few years later, in 2010, the Russian military issued a former military intelligence officer in the United States under an exchange agreement for Russian intelligence agents. And after that Skripal and sought asylum in the UK. He settled in Salisbury.

Salisbury, he chose because it is a quiet town, rarely visited by tourists. The UK government provided him with a pension and "guarantees of assistance." Later, long-term visas were given to Lyudmila, Skripal’s wife, and two children, Alexander and Yulia. Julia, reportedly later returned to Moscow, but visited her father.

4 March 2018 of the very Skripal (66 years) and his daughter Julius (33) were seen in Salisbury on a bench. Both were unconscious. The policeman, Sergeant Nick Bailey, who discovered them and who was in their house, also landed in the hospital. The total number of victims of poisoning with a certain nerve agent was more than two dozen people. Skripal and his daughter fell into a coma in the hospital. The condition of the policeman was assessed on 5 March as grave, and the state of Skripal and his daughter as critical.



The investigation was first led by the Wiltshire police. 7 March "incident" passed into the hands of investigators from the counterterrorism unit of Scotland Yard. In Scotland Yard, journalists were denied the name of a poisonous substance and only noticed that the poisoning was a “serious incident involving the attempted murder with the use of a nerve agent.”

Traces of the substance were found by policemen in a pub and in a restaurant where Skripal and his daughter visited before both symptoms of poisoning appeared. The same symptoms were found in two dozen other residents of Salisbury: police officers and emergency services.

According to the newspaper "Telegraph", Mr. Skripal talked to the policemen shortly before the assassination attempt: he expressed fears for his life. The British press also recalls that Skrypal’s close relatives have died recently and under unusual circumstances. Skripal's wife died of cancer soon after moving to the UK (in 2012). The son of the ex-scout, Alexander Skripal, died in Russia in 2017, ostensibly "from an unknown disease." Some sources point to liver failure.



Neither the family of Skrypal, nor in some part of his Russian entourage do not believe that he was a British agent. Or do not believe that he was a particularly valuable agent.

“Sergey was the biggest patriot of Russia I’ve only seen in my life,” said "BBC" one of the relatives of Skripal. “I am sure that the case against him was fabricated.”

“For me, the whole situation of the trial was almost a blow to the head with an ax head. He didn’t have any special information, because he was no longer in military service, but he still had some connections at the Foreign Ministry and the GRU and, as I understand it, he collected this information, ”noted Oleg Ivanov, Skripl’s friend.

There is another opinion. “Yes, he was not a top intelligence officer, such as, for example, Penkovsky and Gordievsky. But, nevertheless, it was a very important agent for Britain, say the BBC interlocutors who are aware of the activities of Skripal, close to the British special services. “Since Skripal was responsible for cadres, he could reveal the names of many GRU agents around the world, and especially in Western Europe.”

The retired Major General of the GRU, Valery Malevanny, said that the British special services recruited Skrypal using a “honey trap” (sexual intercourse with an object for subsequent recruitment). According to Malevanny, in the criminal case of Skripal there were twelve agents, whom he surrendered to MI-6. Skripal "gave to be devoured" by the British scouts, with whom he worked himself and whom he oversaw. At the same time, the same Malevanny says: “He [Skripal] does not matter for foreign special services, he is not a secret carrier. And for counterintelligence of the FSB, he is also not interested. ”

The historian of the special services, Alexander Kolpakidi, puts forward a version of poisoning that looks like a conspiracy: “What harm could it have been? Yes, no. Who was he there for? Unclear. Two versions of the poisoning — either undermine Putin’s position, compromise him with such a non-lethal experiment, or Putin did it himself to raise his rating. Prior to this, there were no incidents of attempts on agents that were exchanged. ”

The poisoning of Skripal and his daughter, as well as the co-poisoning of policemen and emergency personnel, was the reason for the loud statements of the British government.

The head of the British Foreign Office, Boris Johnson, in the House of Commons recalled the case of Alexander Litvinenko, who was poisoned in London. According to Johnson, Russia is engaged in "hostile activity." The minister threatened Moscow with new sanctions if it turned out that Moscow was involved in the “incident”.

The loudest was the unwarrantedly harsh statement of Prime Minister Theresa May. Speaking to parliamentarians, she said that Skripal and his daughter were poisoned by the Novice nerve agent developed in Russia.

“It is now clear that Mr. Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with chemical warfare agents of the type produced in Russia. It belongs to the group of nerve agents called “Novice”, the prime minister quotes "BBC".

As evidence, she cited the opinion of “defense experts” from the laboratory at Porton Down. These people "identified the substance." According to May, “Russia used to produce this substance and could produce it again.” “... taking into account previous killings sponsored by the Russian state and the fact that, according to our assessment, Russia considers some defectors to be legitimate targets for murder, the government concluded that Russia is likely to be responsible for actions against Sergei Skripal and his daughter,” summed up Teresa May.

And she did not put an end, but a comma: she gave the Kremlin time until the end of Tuesday. By the evening of March 13 (today), Moscow must “provide explanations” about the incident. If there is no credible answer, S. Skrypal's poisoning in the UK will be considered illegal by the Russian state to use force on British territory.

Responding to the remarks of parliamentarians about the need to "contain Russia", May repeatedly said: no one should have any doubts - further relations with Russia like "as if nothing had happened" are impossible. The Prime Minister expressed the hope that Russian citizens are aware of what regime they are dealing with.

In addition to the debates in parliament, the names of Alexander Litvinenko, Boris Nemtsov, Sergey Magnitsky were heard, indicates the radio "Freedom". A few hours before May’s speech, the head of the British parliament’s international affairs committee, Tom Tagendhat, said that S. Skripal’s poisoning “terribly resembles an assassination attempt, behind which the state stands,” and that he would be surprised if Maye didn’t point at the Kremlin.

In Russia, the statements from London were surprised.

The Russian Foreign Ministry noted that the accusations of the British Prime Minister are “another information and political campaign” and is a “circus show”.

"This is a circus show in the British Parliament, - quotes "BBC" Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. - The conclusion is obvious: the next informational and political campaign based on provocation. Before writing new tales, let someone in the kingdom tell you how the previous cases ended: about Litvinenko, Berezovsky, Perepilichny, and many others who mysteriously died on British soil. The Grimpen bog continues to keep its secrets. ”

State Duma deputy and person involved in the case of Litvinenko’s poisoning, Andrei Lugovoi, believes that in such a short time the British could not conduct an expert examination of the substance: “The situation around Skryl’s poisoning follows pre-worked patterns using other stories as an example. Therefore, such hasty statements by British Prime Minister Theresa May, especially with regard to the nerve agent allegedly made in Russia, are at least irresponsible. ”

Vladimir Dzhabarov, the first deputy head of the committee of the Federation Council on international affairs, said that Skripal did not interfere with Moscow: “Russia definitely didn’t need it, with all options. Skripal did not bother us. He was sitting there, maybe collaborating with someone, but this is not our question. He was not allowed to our secrets or objects. We did not need him, in general Russia. ”

The situation with the poisoning was succinctly commented on by President Putin.

Asked by the correspondent "BBC" about whether Moscow is involved in the poisoning of the ex-colonel and his daughter in Salisbury, Putin said the following: "You will first understand it, and then we will discuss it with you."

Earlier, presidential press secretary D. Peskov stated that no one had appealed to the Kremlin for help in the investigation.

The case of Skrypal was previously commented on by Foreign Minister S. Lavrov. 9 March, he called unsubstantiated accusations against Moscow.

“We have not heard a single fact, we only watch reports on television, where, with serious faces, your colleagues with pathos say that if it is Russia, the answer will be one that Russia will remember forever. This is not serious, it is pure propaganda and hysteria. ”


In the meantime, the United States agreed with the British government and parliament: it’s likely that the Kremlin is responsible for the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter. About it it is said in a special statement by the head of the State Department Rex Tillerson: “The United States was in contact with our allies in the United Kingdom ... We have full confidence in the UK investigation and its assessment that Russia is probably responsible for an attack using a nerve agent happened in Salisbury last week. Such attacks - assassination attempts on a private citizen on the land of a sovereign nation - have never been justified, and we are outraged that Russia seems to be doing it again ... ”

To everyone, let us note who rummaged through all the available information about the “incident” in Salisbury, it becomes clear: in the case of Skripal and his daughter, there is not a hint of a “Russian trace”. It is also becoming clear that the “Russian trace” by the will of politicians is emerging in Britain everywhere, where Britain lacks evidence. This is easy to explain: Britain has long become a home to all sorts of dubious personalities from Russia, which even sometimes, for the sake of diversity and in a narrow circle, are called “patriots”.

The same thing happens with the evidence in the United States, where accusations of “interfering with elections” are still raining on the Russians. Hackers, "trolls", or "Putin's cook" are accused. However, the evidence is either “classified” or reduced to a list of some notes on Facebook.

If Western democracy is easily shaken through some kind of Facebook or Twitter, then the Kremlin does not need to get involved in any terrible poisonings. And the main "hostile" element for the West is not Putin at all. The most terrible enemy is probably Mr. Zuckerberg.

Observed and commented on Oleg Chuvakin
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  1. Firework
    Firework 13 March 2018 10: 07
    +2
    hysteria in the West as in the old days of the Cold War
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 13 March 2018 10: 10
      +9
      I suspect that the "White Helmets" smoked and tangled the shores .....
      wassat
      1. svp67
        svp67 13 March 2018 10: 41
        +5
        Quote: Salute
        hysteria in the West as in the old days of the Cold War

        Quote: stalkerwalker
        I suspect that the "White Helmets" smoked and tangled the shores .....

        Joking as a joke, but it seems that "kneading" can be serious. We need to stop waiting and start demanding, in particular, we need to demand EVIDENCE, after which this evidence should be considered jointly by experts from Russia and England. I fully admit that this could be a trace from Russia. But WHAT? In the dashing 90s there was one case of the use of such a BOV, and it was in England that eliminated a competitor in business.
        1. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 13 March 2018 10: 45
          +3
          Quote: svp67
          Joking as a joke, but it seems that "kneading" can be serious

          Who argues ... The Skripal affair takes on a gigantic scale.
          Quote: svp67
          We need to stop waiting and start demanding, in particular, we need to demand EVIDENCE, after which this evidence should be considered jointly by experts from Russia and England.

          Yes who there will it go? Or is Litvinenko’s case not an example? Or is the US requirement to issue 13 people with Russian IP (!) For an “honest” trial - not proof of that?
          The West spoke in the language of ultimatums, blaming Russian authorities and its leaders for the use of golemic charges.
          1. svp67
            svp67 13 March 2018 10: 50
            +10
            Quote: stalkerwalker
            Who will do it there?

            This is alarming. And now I, in a completely different way, perceive the final part of Putin’s message ... this is not a threat, this is a SCREAM - stop, the batch will go, no one will stand aside. And they seem to have a different opinion.
            1. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 13 March 2018 10: 53
              +3
              Quote: svp67
              And they seem to have a different opinion.

              What is alarming is that Skripal is a copy of Litvinenko. And if the British secret services went to repeat the script, then the ending will be the same.
              The whole question is what will be the conclusions? I see a bunch of "18.03.2018 Elections - World Cup in Football" with intermediate arrivals in Ukraine and Syria.
              1. svp67
                svp67 13 March 2018 10: 59
                +4
                Quote: stalkerwalker
                What is alarming is that Skripal is a copy of Litvinenko.

                Not really. Litvinuk himself escaped, and we gave out Skripal. If he were Russia dangerous, it is unlikely that Russia would have done it
                Quote: stalkerwalker
                I see a bunch of "Elections 18.03.2018/XNUMX/XNUMX - World Cup" with intermediate arrivals in Ukraine and Syria.
                . Forgot "Nord Stream-2" to place between them ...
                1. Tatyana
                  Tatyana 13 March 2018 16: 09
                  +4
                  A very good article. But I will add one more interesting detail to the article. Namely.

                  It should be taken into account that creator of "Novice" Soviet chemist Wil Mirzayanov lives in the USA.

                  I don’t believe that Wil Merzoyanov settled in the USA with EMPTY hands - he must have handed over to Washington the content of the secret development of the Novichok chemical weapon! So that "Newbie" could be reproduced in the same USA!

                  In this regard, there is also full reason, for example, to talk about the Washington "trail" in the poisoning-killing of a US agent intelligence agent Skripal in London. Provided that, moreover, his corpse works for the next political provocation of the United States against Russia.
                  1. Okolotochny
                    Okolotochny 13 March 2018 17: 54
                    +4
                    But who will eliminate the worthless (if you really really need it) with the help of a poison developed by yourself? Is there really no other means? Car accident, wiring short circuit, gas leak, etc. This is what kind of idiot you have to be in order to give yourself some kind of evidence? This is what kind of herd of sheep you need to be in order to believe that this is the "work of the FSB"? And it seems that in the west the people herd is.
                    And I’ll add, you can’t constantly work on hang up. We must go on the attack, loudly, with a bang. To claim the murder of Berezovsky, he was formally a citizen of the Russian Federation. You can even refer to his letter to Putin. In the letter, he indicated the killers and customers of Litvinenko. Here's the pattern. West beat them with their own weapons.
                    1. Tatyana
                      Tatyana 13 March 2018 23: 19
                      0
                      The European Union has already promised to show solidarity with Britain in the Skripal case.

                      Meanwhile, a veteran of special services, Senator Igor Morozov, said that Russia halted Novichok gas production and destroyed all its reserves, This is confirmed by international observers of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).

                      Moreover, Russian military expert Viktor Murakhovsky said that The Novichok poison gas precursor formulas are in OPEN ACCESS, because its production can be organized in any suitable chemical laboratory.
                    2. svp67
                      svp67 14 March 2018 04: 41
                      +3
                      Quote: Okolotochny
                      Is there really no other means? Car accident, wiring short circuit, gas leak, etc.

                      Yes, just an imitation of a robbery and a blow to the head with a pipe ...
                      Quote: Okolotochny
                      This is what kind of herd of sheep you need to be in order to believe that this is the "work of the FSB"?

                      Alas, the tail is waving the dog, so many will believe. Everything that happens, everything enters the system. In this case, here you can recall the doping scandal, where we were made of “those who play not cleanly”, and now it will come back ... A very cunning and insidious opponent is against us, and you should not assume that it is easy to defeat him
                      1. Okolotochny
                        Okolotochny 14 March 2018 07: 53
                        +2
                        Victory, alas, does not happen here. Temporary successes and failures. We will be constantly beaten if we play on their field, according to their rules, and constantly play “kick the ball”. In the end, they simply “throw them over” with us. And what's bad, to the point where most of their own citizens begin to believe in this nonsense. So it was already in the late 80s and 90s. When I studied, I bought some kind of light book on the road. Virtually every "monster" was the military-industrial complex and special services. Yes, films of that time, remember. On a wide viewer? The same story. Hammered into the head, and then did what they wanted.
                  2. iaroslav.mudryi
                    iaroslav.mudryi 13 March 2018 18: 24
                    +4
                    Quote: Tatiana
                    ..... I do not believe that Wil Merzoyanov settled in the USA with EMPTY hands - he must have handed over to Washington the contents of the secret development of the Novichok chemical weapon! So that "Newbie" could be reproduced in the same USA! ....

                    Right, Tatyana. Here's an interesting article from Colonel Kassad, and about Vil Mirzoyanov, and about the United States, how they used the former Soviet laboratory in Uzbekistan in the 2000's:
                    http://rusdozor.ru/2018/03/13/o-laboratorii-
                    porton-daun /

                    PS while writing a comment, they briefly gave out this information on the box, all the details are on the link.
                  3. svp67
                    svp67 14 March 2018 04: 37
                    +3
                    Quote: Tatiana
                    Wil Mirzayanov

                    Which is configured very anti-Russian
                    Quote: Tatiana
                    So that "Newbie" could be reproduced in the same USA!

                    Everything can be reproduced, but each state, in the production of such substances, has its own “markers” by which it can be said exactly where it was produced. Why ours now also require samples for analysis. As soon as they are received and laid out, it will immediately become clear where and when this "Beginner" was produced
        2. BAI
          BAI 13 March 2018 13: 49
          +1
          in particular, it is necessary to require evidence

          1. “We do not need evidence, we already know” (US Ambassador).
          2. "We have evidence, but we will not show them, they are secret" (someone from the State Department).
          3.
          “They say that we have no evidence. This is a lie, we have them; in my archive they occupy seven hundred thirty-two square meters, which, counting five hundred kilograms per meter, will total three hundred sixty-six thousand kilograms. We have against Piro (Russia - approx. BAI) documents of all colors and shades; on paper of various formats, such as: “pot”, “crown”, “shield”, “grapes”, “dovecote”, “big eagle” and so on. The smallest document is a leaflet smaller than one square millimeter. The largest is seventy meters long and zero meters ninety centimeters wide. ”
          (A. France "Penguin Island").
          Events can develop in any of 3 scenarios.
          1. To be or not to be
            To be or not to be 13 March 2018 16: 56
            0
            "1." We do not need evidence, we already know "(US Ambassador)."

            1.RF - 2. WB (USA) --- and maybe there is a third party. Which crap on quiet? And pits the West and Russia ????
      2. kapitan92
        kapitan92 13 March 2018 10: 52
        +11
        Quote: stalkerwalker
        I suspect that the "White Helmets" smoked and tangled the shores .....
        wassat

        Greetings hi . I am surprised that the Kremlin has not yet been accused of Diana’s death and has not “told” the world how the bloody GB “soaked” the princess in the transition.
        Theater of the absurd!
        Yeah, Goebbels would be envious of pumping and brainwashing and similar propaganda.
        The Chekists decided several weeks before the elections in Russia and 4 months before the World Cup 18 to bang the former "waste" material that no one needs anymore!
        All the time I remember Lavrov’s definition, but they still have to be treated - bastards run up! hi
        1. svp67
          svp67 13 March 2018 10: 59
          +3
          Quote: kapitan92
          I am surprised that the Kremlin has not yet been accused of Diana’s death and has not “told” the world how the bloody GB “soaked” the princess in the transition.

          Not yet evening...
        2. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 13 March 2018 11: 01
          +2
          Quote: kapitan92
          Greetings

          Mutually!
          hi
          Quote: kapitan92
          Theater of the absurd!

          Very similar to that ....
          But ... We are in a different information space. And in the countries of “advanced democracy” and “exclusive nation” Russophobic themes do not leave both the editorials and the “cellars” of serious publications.
          Personally, I was alerted by the fact that on the eve of the game between Moscow “Spartak” and “Atletico” in Bilbao, neutral, in general, Spanish publications unexpectedly exploded shouting “Barbarians are coming to us!” "Let's fight them back!" The finale was dramatic ....
          And then .. Bam! The GDP in the message to SovFed showed "cartoons" ... And away we go ...
    2. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 13 March 2018 20: 27
      0
      Meanwhile...
      Lawlessness is going on in London - B. Berezovsky’s ally was found strangled ... someone N. Glushkov
      Marvelous are your deeds, Lord!
      repeat
      1. dSK
        dSK 13 March 2018 22: 23
        +4
        Quote: stalkerwalker
        Marvelous are your deeds, Lord!

        American political scientist Rafael Orduhanyan explained the castling that occurred in the American establishment, namely, the replacement of the relatively moderate Rex Tillerson with the “hawk” Mike Pompeo. To begin with, the expert remembered the classics of American cinema - the film "The Godfather". “There was such an episode in the film when Michael Corleone fired his brother Tom, who was a concealer. And he says: "I have always been loyal to you, what's the matter?" - "I, as a brother, always believe in you, but you are not the concealer of war, you are the concealer of peaceful life. And when the war begins, I need another person". This explains the appointment of Pompeo, the former Tsareushnik. The political scientist believes that this is a very alarming sign. "I think the best act on our part right now is it’s to recall the ambassador and terminate diplomatic relations, leave only at the consulate level, in order to issue visas, and not to communicate with these guys at all, there will be no good or benefit from them - only negative. I call it "theory of limited representation." Why do we need an ambassador in Poland? Why an ambassador to Romania, why an ambassador to the Baltic republics? In Riga, leave one - and that’s it, for all three republics. These people hate us not because we are doing something wrong, but because we are Russians, we are Russians. " "At the most important moment of these events, when a Russian soldier conquered and achieved great victories, English diplomats appeared, who all destroyed. " (TV "Tsargrad" 13.03.18/XNUMX/XNUMX.)
  2. Ravik
    Ravik 13 March 2018 10: 14
    +6
    For some reason, they only poison and die in England ... strange! Maybe the British themselves are doing this?
    1. Serge Gorely
      Serge Gorely 13 March 2018 10: 28
      +1
      How can you not believe! Here is even the most truthful ex-Secretary of State Powell gave Teresa a personalized test tube for demonstrations !!!!
    2. svp67
      svp67 13 March 2018 10: 42
      +2
      Quote: Ravik
      For some reason, they only poison and die in England ... strange!

      Apparently the concentration of those who have to die like that, there is the highest
      1. novel66
        novel66 13 March 2018 10: 59
        0
        those. everything is mr going there. attracted to like
      2. sapporo1959
        sapporo1959 13 March 2018 20: 33
        0
        The concentration is great, but two blindfolds in ten years, like the Kremlin’s hand of retaliation in any situation, do not pull. They will start to poison, so there will be nobody to lift Russia from their knees. Who will do with such buns?
        1. svp67
          svp67 14 March 2018 04: 44
          0
          Quote: sapporo1959
          The concentration is great, but two blindfolds in ten years, like the Kremlin’s hand of retaliation in any situation, do not pull.

          Two, this is from the famous. And so now Scotland Yard has returned to the consideration of another twelve, "suspicious" deaths of emigrants from Russia.
          1. sapporo1959
            sapporo1959 14 March 2018 19: 53
            0
            Hinting that the Kremlin’s hand does exist? I still think that poisons and various toxic substances are not our methods .. A fist on the head would be more accurate, and even less noise .. I fell.
            1. svp67
              svp67 14 March 2018 19: 57
              0
              Quote: sapporo1959
              Hinting that the Kremlin’s hand does exist?

              Why am I hinting, openly saying, the British are desperately looking for her ...
  3. konstantin68
    konstantin68 13 March 2018 10: 30
    +4
    Quote: Ravik
    For some reason, they only poison and die in England ... strange! Maybe the British themselves are doing this?

    Great Britain has always been the main enemy of Russia, and now nothing has changed. There is unprecedented pressure from all sides and the UK is one of the main beneficiaries of this.
  4. turbris
    turbris 13 March 2018 10: 33
    +6
    In the UK, they use the traitors of Russia to the fullest, first they pump out the information they know, and then, as unnecessary, they kill, arranging provocations against the Russian authorities before the elections. Many oligarchs settled in London will first lose their money, and then repeat the unenviable fate of Berezovsky, it is time to think about such a prospect.
  5. afrikanez
    afrikanez 13 March 2018 11: 02
    +2
    Will the Russians poison Donald Trump and Teresa May?
    Yes, most likely already, tired of the "hell"!
  6. g1washntwn
    g1washntwn 13 March 2018 11: 09
    +2
    That Litvinenko that Skripal - waste material. They were used as a scarecrow, like old jackets. Anglo-Saxons are completely numb, neither mind nor imagination, running on a rake amuses them or something, I don’t understand.
  7. dedBoroded
    dedBoroded 13 March 2018 11: 47
    +1
    If the death of a traitor would have been beneficial for Russia, it would have been easier to send some stoned “refugee” from warm countries than to put up a poisonous garden.
    1. Forcecom
      Forcecom 13 March 2018 14: 22
      +1
      So if he posed a threat he would have long been sitting in the "dungeons of bloody ..." or "when trying to escape" or under other "good circumstances" he would be introduced to the ice ax, and if he was released, then he did not pose a threat and lousy him darling We did not need.
  8. xomaNN
    xomaNN 13 March 2018 11: 49
    0
    Another sacred sacrifice in the bonfire "Anti-Putin" !. How do forensics have it - “Who benefits?” It is clear that for Russia, just before the elections, you need quietness and smoothness. But the foreign "admirers" of the leader of the Russian Federation - just the opposite. The degree of tension the days before the election will rise to the maximum. am
    --------
    What else is "fried" and a pin ... sy amuse ???
  9. AleBors
    AleBors 13 March 2018 11: 57
    +3
    Rotten climate in Britain. No matter how one of our exes moves there, he dies. And the circumstances are all more mysterious and mysterious ... I suppose soon the attacks of "Putin's dog" on former citizens ... Conan Doyle is resting ..
    1. Nikolay73
      Nikolay73 13 March 2018 13: 10
      +1
      ... there was a Hound of the Baskervilles, soon we must wait for the terrible, bloody dog ​​Putin !!! May, it seems, was completely blown away ... from Britain, in fact, Britain remained ... in the place of the British I would be offended by the power - the complete lack of an opinion, just an American speaker in Europe.
  10. Hurricane70
    Hurricane70 13 March 2018 12: 37
    0
    Another annealing from Dude!
    Title: "The bitter thoughts of the West. Will the Russians poison Donald Trump and Teresa May?" does not match the content of the article! Dude, as usual, shoves only accessible thoughts into his heading ...
    1. Sergey Enoktaev
      Sergey Enoktaev 13 March 2018 12: 58
      0
      This is precisely the beginning of the boycotting of the World Cup. Yesterday the Olympic Committee was sabotaged before the Olympics, then, after, everything was restored. Now again you will be put up with something Russian, haven’t decided yet what they are playing with you like with blind kittens, and you yell all about how good you are. For the whole country. Waiting for something
      ..
  11. colotun
    colotun 13 March 2018 13: 02
    +1
    It turns out interesting: our ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, was quickly punished exponentially = poisoned = killed in the United States, in New York, immediately after he proved in facts at the United Nations that NATO countries are lawless
    in their own free will, they attack any weak country in the world and at the same time, by deceiving, they expose themselves to be fighters with injustice. And they all understood and kept silent, washed away. They took revenge on us and we forgot about it. And you can remember about it - it's time to present a counter account right now.
  12. macgyver
    macgyver 13 March 2018 13: 11
    +1
    It is important here - not “who was poisoned?”, But “when?”. Just in time for the elections and the 2018 World Cup. Well and now, it becomes immediately clear who.
    Teresa herself, with the queen, was also poisoned ... and Berezovsky - Boris Johnson dunked, he is suitable for physical signs.
  13. Altona
    Altona 13 March 2018 13: 16
    +4
    The plant for the production of this substance is located in Uzbekistan, since 1999, the plant has been controlled by the Americans. The inventor of the substance fled abroad as early as 1996 in the furry year. Skripal himself quietly served in a Russian prison for about 6 years, not one of the FSB officers encroached on him. Then he was released and immediately went abroad, where he lived quietly for 8 years. And right before the election, I was haunted. That's why he needed it? Putin annoy his worthless life? The plot for a cheap action movie.
  14. BAI
    BAI 13 March 2018 13: 40
    0
    Actually, I thought he was a defector and his removal was understandable and logical.
    But:
    Former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal received asylum in the UK a long time ago, after an exchange of intelligence officers between Russia and the United States in 2010.

    Once he was released, then no one needs him, as if amnestied. What is the point of eliminating it?
    How to deal with a local eatery, is it more profitable to blame Russia for all sins?
    1. Sergey Enoktaev
      Sergey Enoktaev 13 March 2018 14: 12
      0
      That's right. It is only the Russian who can entrust the power to the Georgian, and then, when the danger is over, a personality cult can be arranged ... All the latest coups, in Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq, etc., according to one scenario. Congratulations to our government. On it learn somewhere to change something.
      Smart people..
  15. Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 13 March 2018 14: 03
    +2
    Either all this is the last exhaust of a car that was once launched, or everything is bad. If the cartoons of our "partners" could not get stopped ... Then there remains only the option of war. What is surprising is how diligently the campaign is built. The global war will write off anything, so there is no particular need for these mosquito bites. And here...
    On the other hand, wars are not waged for global destruction. The West may well believe that it will overwhelm us without an apocalypse. But how? AS? What gives them such confidence? What did they conceive that they think we are carefully, surgically defeating us? If the technology was at the 1941 level of the year, everything would be simple. Press and push, hoping for the depletion of our economy. Moreover, we have a completely non-Stalinist USSR, with the economy everything is frankly lousy, we can’t bear the tight pressure. What did you come up with?
  16. iouris
    iouris 13 March 2018 14: 45
    +1
    England just declared war on Russia. Theresa May at 10 am planned a feat.
    Recently, dirty provocations using poisons and gases have been carried out too often. The totalitarian Western mass consciousness has no habit of doubting the veracity of any statements from London and Washington. Unfortunately, it can be expected that in addition to asymmetric military operations, T. May can authorize the attack with the help of poisons and gases against the Russian Federation.
    1. emwave
      emwave 13 March 2018 19: 51
      0
      It seems that the mass consciousness is already sore. It’s just a pity that we won’t see Psak anymore - it was so fun with her!
  17. Vlad Petrov
    Vlad Petrov 13 March 2018 15: 32
    +1
    A tall, bony old woman with a motionless blunt gaze from the Baskervilles of Devonshire, where the terrible Grimpensky quagmire. She announced the ultimatum "Rus sdafays in captivity awaits you warm food, bread and no one beats"
  18. tracer
    tracer 13 March 2018 15: 41
    +1
    Times are not good. In Syria, our lovers of barmaley cling to their throats. This is a distraction. The useless gandoliero used by no one is used as a distracting maneuver from an attack on Damascus. Which will follow. Only a tough and guaranteed answer can stop them.
    1. emwave
      emwave 13 March 2018 19: 49
      0
      It is possible - it will become with them.
    2. iaroslav.mudryi
      iaroslav.mudryi 13 March 2018 20: 39
      +1
      Quote: tracer
      Only a tough and guaranteed answer can stop them.


      the answer will be tough, the Russian Defense Ministry has already announced this today ...
  19. ibirus
    ibirus 13 March 2018 16: 00
    +2
    All I can say is shame, shame on intelligence and the politicians of England and the USA. And what formulations were in the reports: “We have a suspicion” or “We assume”. We would have been kicked out for such an investigation with the note “For incomplete official compliance”. The US Congress recently admitted that there was no evidence of Russian interference in their elections. They investigated this for 14 months, a year and 2 months a special commission worked, money and salaries were allocated. Ingenious, but they also talk about a dough cut with us. Now the British went along the American track, they are harassed by heavenly punishments, a boycott of the World Cup, but they refused to request information on the case. Democracy, and we appear to be Mordor, but who Sauron themselves already guessed wink A curtain. hi
    1. emwave
      emwave 13 March 2018 19: 48
      0
      They have no more means than empty malice and a dull screech.
  20. Disorder
    Disorder 13 March 2018 16: 05
    +1
    This is the level test tube of C. Powell at the UN.
  21. HAM
    HAM 13 March 2018 16: 08
    +3
    Again, a PURE ENGLISH KILLING happened: as in the case of Litvinenko and Berezovsky, Skripal was "removed" in an exotic way. This is too much, only English dandies can think of this ..
  22. 1536
    1536 13 March 2018 16: 10
    +1
    First, there were already suspicions that at the recent APEC summit they wanted to "poison" our president at a meeting with Trump, and not his "partners" (this topic would have to be inflated then, but, alas, no one). Secondly, it is not known who will replace the leaders of the gangster band if they are finished, therefore it is better to keep them under control, as new ones can be even worse. Thirdly, the British government needs to divert public opinion in the country from discussing the conditions for leaving the EU (and they are catastrophic), so the old Ukrainian and “secret Russian gas” appeared.
    The conclusion suggests itself: see who benefits from it.
  23. Wilderness
    Wilderness 13 March 2018 16: 27
    +2
    ".. Will the Russians poison Donald Trump and Teresa May? ..."
    Poison And more than once. But then!
  24. E.S.
    E.S. 13 March 2018 17: 46
    +1
    It will be a shame if Theresa May bites her tongue and rebounds with her own poison, and they blame us.
  25. Kostadinov
    Kostadinov 13 March 2018 18: 44
    0
    If the British were able to identify the gas, then they will be able to produce it.
    But no objective investigation will be so needed by anyone. The West has gone to aggravation from Russia - there will be new sanctions, it’s possible to beat the World Cup, something may be a bit in Syria and so on.
    This can be expected, and it is high time for Russia to stop being friends with the United States with food and seek allies against the United States and its satellites.
    1. emwave
      emwave 13 March 2018 19: 46
      0
      I would not be surprised if all this is a television production. Insanity grows stronger.
  26. Wolka
    Wolka 13 March 2018 19: 37
    0
    "hold the thief" the thief shouts loudest ...
    1. iaroslav.mudryi
      iaroslav.mudryi 13 March 2018 20: 42
      +1
      Quote: Volka
      "hold the thief" the thief shouts loudest ...

      Right, Volka. "The thief and the hat is on fire!" It’s important that the earth and everything under their feet glow am
  27. Viltor
    Viltor 13 March 2018 19: 38
    +1
    I read this comment here and agree with it .- "It is not clear why so far Russia has not demanded from Great Britain to explain the poisoning in the Kingdom of the Russian citizen - the daughter of Skripal. Well, if we are being contacted with obviously provocative demands, why not play according to Moreover, in order to show the absurdity of claims against Russia, we must make a similar statement, which indicates that if our experts are not allowed to investigate the incident, we will blame the UK and its special services for their actions against a Russian citizen and will consider sanctions against the Kingdom. chew snot, gentlemen Kremlin celestials! Begin to show your character! We profiled the Olympics and Rodchenkov and did not learn anything !? "
  28. emwave
    emwave 13 March 2018 19: 44
    0
    An old Britannia walks by herself. The idiocy is complete. The actions of the special services, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of some (mainly English-speaking) countries of the West have become so dumb and dumb that with nostalgia I recall the years of the confrontation with the USSR. The talking heads of the Western world are like idiots who have fallen into the real world through the looking glass. The competency level is below the plinth. It's only the beginning...
  29. Zloy
    Zloy 13 March 2018 19: 52
    +1
    good evening, dear colleagues

    for starters, it would be nice to figure out exactly which Novice Skripal was poisoned. There are at least 9. The first three Novices - industrial production has been mastered. Developments of the 90s GNIIHT. Formulas are available and any qualified chemist can synthesize in a good laboratory (dishes with two sections, good hoods, chemical protection suit).
    And then one of the developers abruptly went wild (Zheleznyakov). In addition, one of the developers lives in the states.
    However, back in the 90s, secret infa widely spread among the people. One of the Beginners was poisoned by Kivelidi.
    1. iaroslav.mudryi
      iaroslav.mudryi 13 March 2018 20: 56
      +2
      Quote: Zloy
      .... Formulas are available and any qualified chemist can synthesize in a good laboratory (utensils with two sections, good hoods, chemical protection suit .....


      Good evening, Zloy! (sorry for the pun-greeting) I will repeat my early comment in this thread:
      Here's an interesting article from Colonel Kassad, and about Vil Mirzoyanov, and about the United States, how they used the former Soviet laboratory in Uzbekistan in the 2000's:
      http://rusdozor.ru/2018/03/13/o-laboratorii-porto
      n-daun /
  30. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 13 March 2018 20: 43
    +1
    On the neck of a comrade-in-arms of Berezovsky they found "traces of strangulation."
    https://vz.ru/news/2018/3/13/912292.html
    One more, hooves threw back. The trend however.
    1. NF68
      NF68 13 March 2018 20: 46
      +1
      On the neck of a comrade-in-arms of Berezovsky they found "traces of strangulation."


      Not only as Putin and Lavrov personally strangled him, while Lavrov kept his feet.
  31. naidas
    naidas 13 March 2018 21: 11
    0
    Until they answer for Saddam, they will chat about anything.
  32. kan123
    kan123 13 March 2018 21: 29
    +2
    politicians of this level show the level of governance in Europe with their brainlessness. Why poison one ancestor with radiation (!), The other with gas (!), Like some kind of cockroach - did the FSB run out of poisons - reconnaissance at the level of an African country would not even do this if this MEI explained why these Ukrainians were poisoned - traitors, in such a brutal way? Obviously, the purpose of the operation, the intimidation of the population of London, was carried out in public places, these gas, nuclear attacks, but for some reason "not a single animal was hurt." Okay, they made a mistake with the dose — they didn’t poison the granny of the English women with radiation, in the tea room — but already the pizzeria was supposed to heal from gas. The provocation of the British secret services, even more cynical that Litvinenko dreamed of living in "tse - Europe", bowed before her, and he was used as a toy of services. In another case, the daughter of a traitor was poisoned. Incredible vileness, - and judging by the stupidity, May herself did it. Thirdly, why nowhere else in the world such bloody bullshit happens - only in London, on the territory of this May itself? Did something in Ryuss reconnect with someone on this town?
    London follows the path of the Americans - it directs provocations commonly. opinion - but to kill their own agents, their relatives, "their own people" - especially European ethnic relatives - Ukrainians - is the lack of a brain, or the British government has sat down on a serious drug.
  33. flicker
    flicker 13 March 2018 21: 59
    +2
    Such as Theresa May in medieval Europe burned at the stake.
    1. svp67
      svp67 14 March 2018 11: 15
      +2
      Quote: flicker
      Such as Theresa May in medieval Europe burned at the stake.

      You are wrong, SUCH, YOU BURNED others, so that you would not be at the stake.
      1. flicker
        flicker 14 March 2018 16: 17
        +2
        You are wrong, SUCH, YOU BURNED others, so that you would not be at the stake.
        And that is true winked
  34. Dimon grin
    Dimon grin 14 March 2018 06: 37
    0
    Somewhere I heard it, I remembered with such a lie as May, the Jews Hitler-Schickelgruber and Goebels, zombied the German people.
  35. Zloy
    Zloy 15 March 2018 07: 54
    0
    Dear Yaroslav,
    There is already nothing at the link you indicated ...
    Yes, and use FO BOV 3rd generation to eliminate a long-forgotten traitor is certainly a provocation. This is all the same WMD. As if it were impossible to use the favorite CIA tetradotoxin or palitoxin. More effective and not determined. And here a few liters would be enough for the whole of London.
    1. iaroslav.mudryi
      iaroslav.mudryi 15 March 2018 12: 02
      +1
      Quote: Zloy
      Dear Yaroslav,
      There is already nothing at the link you indicated ...

      Dear Zloy,
      the article is in place, but unfortunately (and many forum users wrote about it and even contacted the moderator), the links in the comments are not copied correctly, that is, if the link is long and is transferred (in the comments themselves) to the second line, then in the place of transfer ( when the link was added to the address bar) additional characters appear, for example: %20, this superfluous must be removed from the address bar and the link works. Good luck hi
  36. nikvic46
    nikvic46 15 March 2018 10: 25
    0
    In my opinion, traitors are not exchanged for scouts. Skripal earned a prison sentence, but did not serve his time
    term, was pardoned and sent him not to a settlement, but to Britain. As long as in Russia there will be such loyal faces to traitors,
    we will have problems. We create them ourselves. The author mentioned the word "allegedly" about the death of Skripal's relatives.
    Does he not know the unspoken law among scouts about the integrity of relatives? England was looking for a reason to increase tension with Russia. Skripal's death was an occasion, though without evidence. May demanded an explanation from Russia; why didn’t we demanded an explanation why Russian people are dying in Britain. May is a game
    the devil.
  37. Lecha57
    Lecha57 15 March 2018 17: 25
    0
    It seems that Teresa May, with her hasty conclusions, entered into shit, and brushing off - spray flew into her old, trusted allies (USA). They had many reasons to get rid of the defector (IT'S AXIOM). And I will be glad if our services did it.
  38. v.skvortsow
    v.skvortsow 29 March 2018 15: 33
    0
    The tougher Russia will respond to the states and the west, the better. These political lessons do not deserve other relations.