Russian Deaths An MI6 False Flag
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said today that Russia will respond regarding the alleged poisoning of 66-year-old ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia only after an official request from the British government.
Skripal and his daughter were allegedly poisoned in Salisbury on March 4th and remain hospitalized in critical condition.
Without presenting any evidence implicating Russia, British Prime Minister Theresa May has gone on a tirade against Russia which included the expulsion of 23 diplomats yesterday.
The case is reminiscent of the November 2006 assassination of former Russian FSB and later British MI6 agent Alexander Litvinenko, whose own father Walter disputed the finding that Russia was behind his son’s death.
Litvinenko had been delving into organized crime activities involving Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky, who was expelled from Russia by Vladimir Putin and fled to London to escape prosecution. Berezovsky was being “sponsored” in Britain by the Duke of Kent – cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
Litvinenko died of polonium poisoning, the same cause of death as that of late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat. Those closest to Arafat believe the Israeli Mossad killed him. So it makes sense that they were also involved in the Litvinenko poisoning and in the recent case of Skripal.
Mossad agents often do dirty work for both the CIA and MI6. All answer to the Crown and their City of London bankers.
Berezovsky was found dead with a scarf around his neck in 2013 in Ascot, seemingly strangled in the same way that yet another Russian oligarch named Nikolai Glushkov – a friend of Berezovsky – was found earlier this week in London.
Glushkov’s neighbors say they saw numerous expensive cars in front of his house in the lead up to the murder, including a Ferrari and a Lamborghini. Glushkov, a former Aeroflot executive, was caught up in Putin’s offensive against the oligarchs in 1999. He was convicted of defrauding the Russian airline and served five years in prison before escaping to London.
When the Wall Street boys used their puppet Boris Yeltsin to confiscate Russian state-owned assets in the late 1990’s, the Russian oligarchs – many of whom have dual Israeli citizenship – were their junior partners in the crime.
Considering the skullduggery which they were part of, there are plenty of reasons why the MI6 would want the oligarchs dead. On the other hand, with Russian elections coming up on Sunday and Putin predicted to win in a landslide, no rational person would see any benefit to Putin from these incidents.
Instead, the evidence-free cases of Skripal and Glushkov should be seen as a false flag aimed at keeping old spies quiet while creating yet more propaganda against City of London nemesis Vladimir Putin.
As Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated, “Yesterday both Russian and Western media argued that Russia didn’t have any motives. But those who wanted to continue this Russophobic campaign in all spheres probably had these motives.”