Published On: Fri, Mar 23rd, 2018

The Skripal phony fake show ploughs on – because it must

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If you don’t pay your Council Tax, you will probably discover that it is possible for your local government to convene a hearing that appears to be official, but that isn’t really a court, and that this body can make an order which your local government can use to take measures against you – even though it can’t show you that a real order has been made, or that it has any authority to act. British people do not know the half of the fraud that the British Establishment gets up to. So when news comes that something called the Court of Protection in London has ordered that doctors at Salisbury District Hospital can take a sample of Yulia and Sergei Skripal’s blood for the visiting Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) inspectors, then undoubtedly the British are going to sit up like a dog watching its master do the cooking, having got the notion, without actually having seen them, that there must be sausages in the frying pan.

Obviously, the latest development in the Skripal case is a stunt to reinforce the impression that the Skripals are in Salisbury District Hospital suffering from poisoning by a nerve agent. How can we say this?

At this court hearing that suddenly appeared, yesterday, on the news radar after the fact of the event, it was argued that the resultant order was necessary because the “Skripals”, being in comatosed states, could not give their own consent for the taking of blood samples. However, it also emerged that blood samples had already been taken.

The individual overseeing the spectacle, a so-called Justice Williams, cited evidence from an unnamed Porton Down Chemical and Biological Analyst:

Blood samples from Sergei Skripal and Yulia Skripal were analysed and the findings indicated exposure to a nerve agent or related compound. The samples tested positive for the presence of a Novichok class nerve agent or closely related agent.

We also know that the “Skripals” had never been in any state to give consent for a blood sample, despite the ancillary story in the corporate-media that Yulia, at least, was awake to the world for a little while:

The poisoned daughter of a former Russian spy reportedly ‘briefly’ woke up after arriving in hospital, however was ‘unable to communicate in any meaningful way’.

“Unable to communicate in any meaningful way”† – indicating that no consent for a blood sample was given at any time. Yet one was taken. And we’d probably expect that to be the case. Surely, doctors who are treating patients who are, due to their illnesses, temporarily unable to make informed decisions about minor aspects of their treatment, will see themselves as having certain rights to act on behalf of the patient; action that can be justified by their duty of care.

Well, one could argue that the blood samples that the OPCW wants are not for the purpose of healing the Skripals (but to assign guilt of a poisoning to Russia). But, it transpires that Porton Down have already had access to the Skripals’ blood samples, because the “judge” at this hearing stated that the OPCW wanted to “Re-test the samples already analysed by Porton Down”. Porton Down aren’t involved in giving medical care to the Skripals.

So, we understand that this court would not have happened had the government not invited the OPCW to work with Porton Down, and thus we can characterise all this activity as an attempt to reinforce the impression of the reality of the supposed poisoning event. The request was brought to the court by the Home Secretary, and it purports to be acting on the evidence of people that it won’t name, so there’s nothing well-meaning in it.

We shold note that the Russians have not objected to the involvement of the OPCW. The following is part of a statement made by Ambassador Alexander Shulgin to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons at the Hague:

It would be legitimate for the British side to seek assistance from the OPCW Technical Secretariat in conducting an independent laboratory analysis of the available samples that allegedly show traces of nerve agents in Salisbury.

The keyword is “independent”. Is the OPCW at Porton Down an independent investigation, or is it going to be an exercise in duping the OPCW into making Russia into a culprit? Suspect the latter. Ask yourself this: if there really was an attack using nerve agent on British soil, wouldn’t the Government just use emergency powers to take blood samples? The OPCW at Porton Down; the resultant Court of Protection order: all for show.

Here’s a few things more concrete:

By our own deductive capacities, we have reasoned that it’s quite possible that the people in Salisbury District Hospital who are suffering from poisoning are not the Skripals. (See the previous FBEL articles on this matter).

The British Government is in breach of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations by not giving the Russians access to its citizenry, Yulia and (as it turns out) Sergei Skripal. The Russian Government has no idea if they in Salisbury District Hospital as claimed, or not.

If the Skripals had been poisoned by a military grade nerve agent, they should be dead.

Stephen Davies, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust, wrote to the Times and the letter was published; it said:

No patients have experienced symptoms of nerve-agent poisoning in Salisbury and there have only ever been three patients with significant poisoning.

The Russians made a grim joke about Poirot being needed at Salisbury to cut through the mystery, but the author has never like Agatha Christie due to the sudden last minute revelation of long-established evidence that, solely for the purposes of the drama, is never revealed at any point up to the denouement. The fact is, we don’t need poncey Belgian detectives, with their balloon-faced poor-man’s Dr Watson assistants, to tell us what the evidence stacks up to suggest. If the Government is claiming that the Skripals were poisoned with a military grade nerve agent, then the people currently in Salisbury District Hospital suffering from poisoning are not the Skripals, and they haven’t been poisoned by military grade nerve agent. This would have ramifications for the OPCW investigation that probably just wouldn’t occur to the visiting scientists. They would need to be certain that their blood samples came from the Skripals – but would they even be thinking about this, or would they just be taking data on faith as handed to them by the British Government?

Naturally, this basic and healthy suspicion is never approached by all our favourite alternative media internet sleuths. Moreover, the emergence in the news headlines of the involvement in the case of a Court of Protection sends these detectives (and their many followers) into a renewed frenzy regarding minute details about this nerve agent or that nerve agent, and whether or not Boris Johnson is a liar. Look, it’s really very simple: he’s always been a liar, because from where he comes from in terms of being of the ruling class (by definition, Masonic and Luciferian), the end justifies the means.

Testifying to the notion supported by Stephen Davies’ letter that the poisoning agent was not a nerve agent, Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey was released from hospital yesterday, which was very convenient for reinforcing the narrative, coinciding, as it did, with the sitting of the Court of Protection on the same day. Despite being acclaimed a hero, no interviews were conducted with Nick Bailey. No photos were taken to commemorate his recoveryǂ. There was only a statement read out on his behalf.

Is the author on his own is thinking that this Comrade Ogilvy should be considered a suspect in the case of the poisoning of the two people that are being identified as the Skripals? Think about it.

We know that Bailey visited a medical practitioner at hospital to have himself checked out, and was sent home with a clean bill of health (see previous FBEL article, Novichok… or fentanyl? No proof of a crime points to Skripal poisoning hoax). We don’t know when this initial visit was meant to have happened, nor how it related chronologically to the original poisoning, but then we don’t know anything about Bailey’s movements. He has been located at the scene of the crime as a first responder; he has been located at Skripal’s home; he has been located at the door of the Skripal’s BMW where he might have come into contact with a laced handle.

When did he first get himself checked out? This is an important question to ask. Was it before or after it became known that the Skripals weren’t crack-heads on an overdose of fentanyl? Is it because some people are just above suspicion that Nick Bailey doesn’t appear to have been questioned in relation to why he was the only person other than the “Skripals” to have been poisoned? Granted, there’s bound to be data that the public isn’t privy to – but in the same vein, the public isn’t privy to information as to the degree of Wiltshire Police’s certainty that Bailey had nothing whatsoever to do with the administering of the poison.

Cue the howls of protest from a Jeremy Kyle indoctrinated public. (Indeed, it’s already started, and being framed in the good ‘ol left-right paradigm for good measure).

Meanwhile, in the arena in which human beings apply the gifts that make them such, let us now consider the many theories put out by alternative media by which an attempt is made to make sense of the auto-blaming of Russia for the Skripal poisoning. Actually, to be honest, trawling through them all would take too long – and there’s not even going to be a discussion of their merits. In fact, the author is going to present his idea in contrast with a theory that lots of people subscribe to, which is the notion that the Skripal attack would be linked to a large false flag in Syria using chemical weapons, and good cause would have been realised in order to unleash an American attack on Damascus.

Well, here at FBEL it is sort of decided that the US is powerless in Syria, unless it wanted to concentrate a lot of firepower – possibly nuclear (see here) – to try and destroy, in the first instance, the very able air defence that the Syrians and Russians have now deployed in the country. Notice that instead of conjuring up new demonstrations of air superiority, Israel is reduced to boasting about blowing up a Syrian nuclear power facility in 2007. As FBEL pointed out, it is very likely that Israel’s ability to strike Syria has been severely compromised. If Israel won’t risk Syrian airspace, then why would we expect the warriors of the US military to do it?

What is behind the Skripal incident is an attempt to create leverage against Russia, by pressure through the perception of being isolated in the world, so that Putin and the Russian military will decide to stop supporting the Syrian Government. This same disengagement was encouraged by Trump’s cruise missile strike (which failed miserably) almost a year ago – and it was identified at FBEL at the time.

The Americans have long realised that they can’t achieve what they hoped to in Syria while the Russians have been intervening. The Skripal incident was supposed to make Russia into a pariah state. True, it is very likely that it was intended to happen in conjunction with an atrocity in Syria to be blamed on Assad. The pressure on Russia to peel off and out of Syria would have come down so hard that it would have felt like standing under the Niagara Falls. Look at what the rabid US representative at the UN, Nikki Haley, had to say at the special session of the UNSC in respect of the Skripal poisoning (emphasis added):

Alone, Russia’s crime is worthy of this Council’s action. But this is not an isolated incident. The assassination attempt in Salisbury is part of an alarming increase in the use of chemical weapons… In Syria, the Assad regime continues to kill its own people with chemical weapons years after this Council passed Resolution 2118 to remove the threat from Syria’s chemical weapons program. When the Security Council created a mechanism to investigate chemical weapons attacks, that mechanism was targeted when it began to shine a spotlight on Assad’s role in killing his own people.

A growing concern in all of this dangerous and destabilizing activity is Russia. Russia failed to ensure Syria destroyed its chemical weapons program. Russia killed the Joint Investigative Mechanism when it found Assad liable for chemical attacks. Russia used its veto to shield Assad five times last year. It has also provided cover for Syria in the Hague at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

The Russians complained recently that we criticize them too much. If the Russian government stopped using chemical weapons to assassinate its enemies; and if the Russian government stopped helping its Syrian ally to use chemical weapons to kill Syrian children; and if Russia cooperated with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons by turning over all information related to this nerve agent, we would stop talking about them. We take no pleasure in having to constantly criticize Russia, but we need Russia to stop giving us so many reasons to do so.

…If we don’t take immediate, concrete measures to address this now, Salisbury will not be the last place we see chemical weapons used. They could be used here in New York or in cities of any country that sits on this Council. This is a defining moment. Time and time again, Member States say they oppose the use of chemical weapons under any circumstance. Now, one member stands accused of using chemical weapons on the sovereign soil of another member. The credibility of this Council will not survive if we fail to hold Russia accountable.

The Americans have discovered themselves weak in the face of Russian opposition. The British Government is not so much an involuntary lapdog, as a sibling in the Anglo-globalist cabal – for which things are getting desperate. For the British side of the brotherhood, in particular, things are going to get even more dangerous regarding their survival as Britain leaves the EU, but Britons continue to find themselves governed by a foreign power [and with this in mind, the Skripal incident has become just as much about a Government PR exercise as it has to do with isolating Russia]. People think there is going to be a war; that the elite need one for their salvation. But war with Russia is not going to happen – not even if the Anglo-globalists can’t sideline her instead. There is going to be conflict, brought about by Government action as the British Spartan class fights to save itself, but it’s going to be internal. And they are going to lose – that’s why you might be able to detect the strong whiff of panic.


† “Sergei Skripal” is said to be in the same unresponsive condition, and has been that way since admission.

ǂ All is explained. It appears that everything is to be kept under wraps; words have evidently been had, warnings evidently issued. Watch a James Cagney film to sample the flavour of the scenes that must have played out in the quieter corridors of Salisbury District Hospital.

From an online publication called the Skwawkbox

Health staff working at the Salisbury hospital treating Sergei and Yulia Skripal have complained that they are being closely watched by the UK’s security services, making them fearful of speaking out about events around the poisoning of the two Russians, along with a police officer who has since been discharged.

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  1. TFS says:

    Has anyone managed to find out what the Skripals ate at Zizzi’s?

    • P W Laurie says:

      A fellow by the name of John Delacour is writing an expansive article that will no doubt, thankfully, save a lot of the material that is about to get flushed down the memory hole. It is a work in progess, but if Skripal’s lunch is not scrutinised by the time it’s finished, I’ll be very surprised.