The Guinea Pig in the Room

Last week there was another bizarre twist in the Salisbury poisoning affair, in that two guinea pigs belonging to Sergei Skripal died and his cat had to be put down after they were left in his home for weeks without food or water. As usual, you really couldn’t make this stuff up, could you. Likewise, with the present mad rush to World War Three; but amid all the doom and gloom there are some bright spots, and one of them (perhaps surprisingly) is Rupert Murdoch: earlier this month Gary Aitkenhead, the chief executive at Porton Down, said that Porton Down scientists could not confirm that the ‘chemical weapon’ used in Salisbury came from Russia. This information destroyed the official narrative. At the time some people remarked that it seemed strange that Aitkenhead did not reveal this information at a press conference. He did so in an exclusive interview with Sky News.

For many a year George Galloway has had the Friday late evening slot on UK TalkRadio. Since last week Galloway has been on five nights a week, standing in for another presenter, and that will continue all this week. Galloway is very outspoken and has called out both the Salisbury poisoning and last weekend’s ‘chemical attack’ in Syria as false flags. Galloway describes his show as the last remaining free and open space in the mainstream media, and he often thanks his boss, Rupert Murdoch, for giving him such a platform.

Yesterday Fox News in the USA were banging on and on about the chemical attack in Syria, and the need to do something about it. This blanket coverage then suddenly stopped, as if a switch had been thrown, and then yesterday evening Tucker Carlson came out with this:

I never thought I’d get George Galloway and Tucker Carlson in the same blog post!

We live in strange times…

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