“I’ve never seen anything like it” is an oft used term thesedays. The latest jaw-dropper is the Sergei Skripal poisoning case, where Colonel Mustard seems to have done it in the Library with the Lead Pipe. On Monday prime minister Theresa May made a statement to the Commons in which she all but declared war on Russia, a country bristling with nuclear weapons…
If you watched the above news report you would have noticed the total bias against Russia and the complete acceptance of the official narrative. What the report didn’t touch upon is that in the aftermath of May’s statement there’s been calls to ban RT (Russia Today) from the UK airwaves (they tried to do this last year by freezing RT’s UK bank account). This is part of a massive clampdown on the so-called ‘alternate media’, a clampdown that’s really geared-up over the last year. When you get this level of censorship combined with a tidal wave of propaganda and hysteria it usually means only one thing: war.
The Sergei Skripal poisoning case comes as a reply to Putin’s state of the union address earlier this month, in which Putin once again stated that Russia will no longer tolerate American hegemony, and then he listed some of the new weapons that Russia has developed, which he claimed were far superior to anything the West has. The plot thickened earlier this week when the American UN ambassador Nikki Hailey threatened that her country would bomb the government quarter of Damascus, to ‘save the poor little children from Evil Assad’s barrel bombs and chemical weapons’ (see my ‘war’ link above). This would involve bombing a large number of Russian troops and personnel and Russia has stated that if it happens it will retaliate in kind. Whether you believe the anti-Russian propaganda or not is beside the point here. We are on the tipping point of World War Three, and it’s the West who are pushing us there with reckless abandon (and principle in that is the absolute cockroaches in the mainstream media).
The prevailing lunacy was on show today in the House of Commons, when prime minister Theresa May gave a statement in which amongst other things she said “There is no alternative conclusion other than the Russian state was responsible for the attempted murder of Mr Skripal and his daughter” (here). In the Q & A there was the usual Pavlovian response from the dolts who make up our body politic. I didn’t watch all of the Q & A, but from what I did see only two MPs said that there should be some concrete evidence that the Russian state was behind the poisoning before taking highly provocative action. These were the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and the Conservative MP Alec Shelbrooke. Both were roundly booed by the dolts for trying to bring some sanity into all the hysteria.
I’ve never seen anything like it.
Editing in: listening to UK radio phone-in shows this evening it’s obvious that the psychos have completely lost control of the narrative. People are no longer buying into the bullshit. It will be interesting to see how the psychos try to manage this.