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Al Pinto
March 14, 2018 at 6:29 am

@Realist…

“Yes, you have annoyed me.”

I apologize, that has not been my intent…

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 1:01 pm

I remember after first reading about the Skripal father and daughter poisoning I thought of how interesting their connection to Christopher Steele was, and of how Steele is a likely suspect as well. In fact Steele may prove to be more suspicious than any Russian. What if Skripal knew to much about the phony Steele Dossier? So I wonder could Skripal been poisoned to eliminate an informant? Joe

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 1:11 pm

If England was making an attempt to impose more sanctions onto Russia, well according to this article in the Guardian the best that will happen is the existing sanctions will not be further diluted.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/13/sergei-skripal-spy-poisoning-russia-uk-sanctions-eu-lack-consensus

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 1:18 pm

Here Lavrov responses.

http://tass.com/politics/993706

Dax
March 15, 2018 at 8:07 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3Vn7YVV9ZA

Maria Zakharova is angry. I sincerely hope Russia had enough of this shit and will no longer put up with lies and insults of the so called “civilized” leaders.

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 1:23 pm

Read how RT is taking heat in England for the poisoning of the Skripal father and daughter.

https://www.sott.net/article/379864-UK-Ofcom-to-review-possible-measures-against-RT-over-Skripals-case

Annie
March 13, 2018 at 5:24 pm

It’s really becoming scary, not only this nonsense, but I’m sure you heard Tillerson is out, and Pompeo is in as secretary of state, and Gina Haspel, who ran a black site in Thailand is now in charge of the CIA. God, it’s getting scary. Pompeo with his anti-Iran deal agenda is now aligned with Trump on that issue. Pompeo’s pro-Israeli sentiments, his anti-Russia sentiments are scary. There goes any hope of a normal relationship with Russia, and Israel may just have us fight a war in Iran. Those neoconservatives must be thrilled. Hope Consortium News runs an article on this developing news.

Martin - Swedish citizen
March 13, 2018 at 5:52 pm

Yes, it is getting scarier.

March 13, 2018 at 6:52 pm

“Hope Consortium News runs an article on this developing news.”…I’m sure someone is working on it right now, Annie. But, yes, it’s scary news, although I believe Haspel’s nomination could have opposition. As far as Secretary of State goes, Pompeo may be a jackass warhawk, but I think we all know Jared Kushner is the de facto Sec. of State and that thought is even less comforting, as he takes his cues directly from Tel Aviv(or should I now say Jerusalem).

Annie
March 13, 2018 at 7:06 pm

Bob H. Pompeo is a hawk on every issue and he’s got Trump’s backing on every issue. We need someone who headed the CIA as a secretary of state? He’s a hawk on Russia, against the Iran deal, and now the CIA is in an official position of political power. Tillerson offered some balance,

Dave P.
March 13, 2018 at 8:17 pm

Sure, it is getting scarier. I think the first target is war on Syria by “The West”. The ancient city of Damascus is the only one left which is not completely destroyed as yet. They, these new barbarians, will take care of it.

irina
March 13, 2018 at 8:17 pm

Paul Craig Roberts’ take on things :

https://www.opednews.com/articles/What-Secretary-of-State-Re-by-Paul-Craig-Roberts-Firings_Iran_Neoconservatives_Russiagate-180313-287.html

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 9:01 pm

Annie I wish there were something good to say about Trump’s rearrangement of his Cabinet and CIA Director’s position, but I’m seeing his changing out of personnel as a bad sign of things to come. Will America go to war with Iran? Well between all of the Neoconservatives and the AIPAC owned U.S. Congress, and throw in a president who has bought into the Iran is bad theme, then placing your bet on war does make sense.

Read the Paul Craig Roberts link irina left for you. Although PCR is going towards attacking identity politics, as he fears the plight of the American white male, his comments on Trump’s replacing Tillerson with Pompeo, and his putting the torture mistress Gina Haspel in charge of the CIA, is beyond reasonable comprehension, that is unless one is planning on going to war.

Annie you are always speaking about how tough it is to converse with family and friends who to us seem seriously misinformed, well now this disconnect will become our biggest obstacle to prevent our country from going to war with Iran.

I feel for the many Jews who may someday suffer from the backlash from all of what the Netanyahu’s of that stolen little nation Israel has conjured up. I’m throughly convinced that the leaders of Israel are blinded by their own ambitions, and that our U.S. politicians are way too beholden to this Zionist cabal.

Annie I wrote to you, Andrew and Jose yesterday on the comment board under Ray McGovern’s article, and my comments went into moderation, well finally you may read them. Stay calm, and follow your instincts, because no matter what you’ll do fine. Joe

Annie
March 13, 2018 at 11:39 pm

Joe Tedesky, I read the article from Newsweek on Oliver Stone and it didn’t piss me off, it made me laugh. I once wrote a paper in college where my main thesis was that although America would make you believe it encourages individuality, it demands conformity in most aspects of our lives. I thought I might get a D, or an F. I got an A which was quite encouraging. My issue with the educational system is that it does not encourage analytical thinking, and that’s true for higher education as well. I think it plays a significant role in why people are so vulnerable to propaganda. I also realize that we are raised to have a patriotic fervor and believe America is the exceptional nation which allows US propaganda to also grab hold so easily. I don’t want to be critical of people’s religious beliefs, but once again people are asked to accept things on faith alone, and that’s okay, but it doesn’t encourage critical thinking either. Look at how my senator from NY who used the Torah to make his argument as to why the land of Palestine belongs to the Jewish people, but since Muslims do not believe in the Torah they just don’t get it. It was a papal bull that gave Columbus, and those who followed, the justification to plunder the land of the indigenous people’s of the America’s and used Jesus as their excuse. We plunder the world under the umbrella of spreading democracy, and so it goes. I don’t agree there will be backlash against Jewish people because Zionist Israel has a political agenda to gain more regional power. If anything it is quite apparent to me that the American people care little for the lives of Muslims.

Joe Tedesky
March 14, 2018 at 1:29 am

Annie it’s not a cliche to say that teaching is for everyone. Teaching is truly a talented gift. In my life where I respected the teacher the most by mostly fearing the teacher I either did very good or I skipped class. I use to sell blank report cards in high school. I’d get them through a friend in supply who sold them to me for a dollar, and I’d turn around and sell the unused report card all nice and brand new straight off the printing press for 5 smack a roo’s $5 yeah that 4% really adds up I’ll tell ya.

What happened with the ex-Russian Skripal father/daughter victims of poisoning by whomever and the way Theresa May and the MSM is handling it needs a citizenry with a knowledge for analytical thinking. Like Assad, why would Putin order such a slap shot assassination attempt? I guess there could be a genius for such a plan as to make Machiavelli jealous, but I doubt it, because at this moment Putin is on top with his new weapon announcement and his overall worldwide opinion rating that Putin does not need too impress anyone with his stupidity. Instead Putin will let that too the likes of Theresa May and David Corn Michael Isikoff do it for him…did I mention Megyn Kelly the Rachel/Joy Ann ‘We Hate Putin’ show….oh their out there alright. If I do decide to go to a bomb shelter and somebody let’s me in if I get door guard duty I’m not letting any of those people in… no not even Megyn, so don’t anybody go there.

If it means anything I was one of those 7th graders who preferred when I had a choice to be in 703 with the dumb kids. Nothing against the smart kids, but the dumb kids weren’t so dumb as the smart kids,I found out, weren’t always that smart.

I think school should set a sense of discipline… I guess there’s a time and place for everything, but as my Italian uncles and cousins would always demand out of me…hey, show a little respect, was what you got.

Believe it or not, if things continually get worst and as these events could develope, like this false flag attempted assassination by poison there could become a time where we all, even us who descent to our nation’s love of war, that we could be driven to a blind patriotism…I mean when it comes down to that bunch coming over the hill and it’s you and family, why there’s no tell’n what a fella or gal might have to do to protect there family…. but what we have here, is tomorrow ask a fellow worker a friend, a police officer or a probation officer, if they even know a little bit or anything about Sergei Skripal and his daughter… tell me what happens, and if you get the answer I think you will get it will be Crickets and Owls. I sure hope Annie someone doesn’t make you buy lunch for asking such an off beat question.

Annie there’s a reason all those Silicone Valley Rich nerds are buying up places in New Zealand… just ask KiwiAntz. I’m not trying to scare you Annie or anyone else, but this beyond being nonsense to the further extremes of America and the UK and their going after Russia is insane, and at this point in this evolution we should do our best to see how to alert people, but if they can’t be reached then stand under a doorway or buy several,dozen rolls of duct tape to prepare yourself, but no don’t do that. Personally I’ll be one of the ones in the middle of the street opening up a six pack after 26 years sober, and lighting up a Lucky Strike after 5 years of quitting smoking if they still make Lucky Strikes I don’t know ..but that will be the day that that’s that, and that’s all that’s there, or was there, I’ll be thinking that anyway ..I’ll be drunk and puffing myself to death I don’t need nukes.

On the Jewish backlash thing I do believe there is an already uprise being reported of anti-Semitic violence. I think our American MSM by shying away from reporting it, is disingenuous. as our MSM is purposely disingenuous to the Jewish by not covering the words of Miko Peled or Gideon Levy who speak an entirely different reasoning than the Zionist, and by hiding this alternative Jewish sentiment the non-Jewish of our nation miss the opportunity to hear other Jewish opinions. Jews I don’t believe are as lock stepped as to be believed, as for example the American young Jewish who are out there protesting alongside BDS…or at least that’s what has been reported. In short we should quit with the broad brush of everything, because what we get is the broadside of nothing. Joe

John Watwood
March 14, 2018 at 8:04 am

It is indeed getting scarier. Just when one thought the insanity couldn’t get any more insane and asinine. Hooboy. I’m in complete concurrence with you Annie.

Rob Roy
March 15, 2018 at 12:55 am

The creeping fascism is creeping a little faster each day. We’re Germany in the 30s.

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 10:23 pm

“ Interfax reports Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova turned up the heat dramatically, warning (or threatening):

“One does not give 24 hours notice to a nuclear power” adding that the “Skripal poisoning was not an incident but a colossal international provocation”

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-13/russia-threatens-uk-one-does-not-give-24hrs-notice-nuclear-power

Joe Tedesky
March 13, 2018 at 11:49 pm

“Not to belabor the point but the idea that the Syrian Arab Army that is totally kicking the ass of the terrorists in East Ghouta is more than unlikely to resort to using chlorine gas.

The idea is demented and the US government and mainstream media makes me sick. Ah, but I am getting off subject.

Anyway, ”

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/03/13/unconfirmed-russia-reinforcing-syria-for-trump-netanyuhu-onslaught/

Gordon Duff is a corker, but start reading his archive, and then he becomes a corker of a prophet.

Sam F
March 13, 2018 at 1:42 pm

Yes, the Steele connection and the anti-Russia pitching of the incident is nearly a confession that this was a false-flag intended to cover up a US/UK conspiracy, likely related to the Steele dossier. I too suspect that Skripal was involved in continuing double agent operations, as he is reported to have maintained handlers on both sides. If Skripal or his daughter survive, their opinions of the cause will be interesting, but likely diversionary.

bill
March 13, 2018 at 3:23 pm

Sam F you nailed it! People here in the UK dont also understand that May must know this and is lying.Whilst many MPs are simply stupid she has access to many advisors and must know its a false flag and what its purpose is…..

Antonia
March 13, 2018 at 7:02 pm

I think there many people in the UK who do not believe this tale. Many of us,have heard it all before.

Martin - Swedish citizen
March 14, 2018 at 4:48 pm

Theresa May is doing a “Tony Blair” – repeat of the wmd Iraq war justification, it seems .

Dave P.
March 13, 2018 at 8:30 pm

Most likely, May and a few others in the government must have hand in planning these false flag operations or at least some clue of it beforehand. Especially this latest one, which is filled with many dangers for the entire World. We are witness to this complete insanity taking over “The West”. The economic rise of China has unhinged them completely. Russia is back on its feet; they had thought that they had taken care of Russia. They can not stand it. They are hell-bent upon disrupting the Russian Election and the World Soccer Cup.

The leaders of these Imperial Nations of The West are living in their grand imperial delusions;, they have no respect for the sovereignty of Nations beyond The West. It seems like that these not so sane leaders in The West are going to take the Whole World down with them.

John Watwood
March 14, 2018 at 8:33 am

I concur completely. Their Imperialistic mind sets are thousands of years out of date. Primitive. They are so psychopathic, criminally insane, and animalistic; they cannot stand for anything to be alive or living without their expressed permission. We as a species have already extincted 55% of all life on this planet and we are expediting that each and every day. If people do not wake up now, it will be too late. Great comment Dave P.

David Otness
March 14, 2018 at 6:55 pm

I believe you have it nailed, Dave P. Same conclusions I’ve come to. Human nature is the only thing giving the heads and bureaucracies of Western national states what credibility they yet have. It’s a conditioned habit to ‘keep the faith’ with them in the delusional belief they will keep us safe and it will all work out OK in the end. Those of us willing to look our ‘leaders’ in the eye have the profound knowledge of much history to know how easily events can and do spin out of control. Especially with such overweening egos that are currently parading on the world stage. All of this chest-thumping belligerence since the U.S./NATO forced Putin’s hand in Crimea is coming due for a “I’ve had enough” response. Lights out. All over the world.

Zachary Smith
March 13, 2018 at 12:06 pm

and

I’d never heard of this one, so on to Wiki:

Deadliest nerve gas ever, yet the two victims are still alive. Odd how such a precise dosage was managed. Assuming of course the Brits aren’t just lying about the poison.

The whole story stinks to high heaven, and I’ve got to conclude that the entire exercise was either to silence a potential threat to Hillary’s Russiagate, or as a generic attempt to tar and feather the evil Russians — again.

“[The Russian public] simply does not believe that President [Vladimir] Putin or anyone in the Russian intelligence would order such a murky way of getting rid of this person – poisoning him in a public place with a highly dangerous substance,” said Babich.

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As late as March 1991, according to the diary of the British ambassador to Moscow, British Prime Minister John Major personally assured Gorbachev, “We are not talking about the strengthening of NATO.” Subsequently, when Soviet defense minister Marshal Dmitri Yazov asked Major about East European leaders’ interest in NATO membership, the British leader responded, “Nothing of the sort will happen.” (See Document 28)

When Russian Supreme Soviet deputies came to Brussels to see NATO and meet with NATO secretary-general Manfred Woerner in July 1991, Woerner told the Russians that “We should not allow […] the isolation of the USSR from the European community.” According to the Russian memorandum of conversation, “Woerner stressed that the NATO Council and he are against the expansion of NATO (13 of 16 NATO members support this point of view).” (See Document 30)

Thus, Gorbachev went to the end of the Soviet Union assured that the West was not threatening his security and was not expanding NATO. Instead, the dissolution of the USSR was brought about by Russians (Boris Yeltsin and his leading advisory Gennady Burbulis) in concert with the former party bosses of the Soviet republics, especially Ukraine, in December 1991. The Cold War was long over by then. The Americans had tried to keep the Soviet Union together (see the Bush “Chicken Kiev” speech on August 1, 1991). NATO’s expansion was years in the future, when these disputes would erupt again, and more assurances would come to Russian leader Boris Yeltsin.

The Archive compiled these declassified documents for a panel discussion on November 10, 2017 at the annual conference of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Chicago under the title “Who Promised What to Whom on NATO Expansion?” The panel included:

* Mark Kramer from the Davis Center at Harvard, editor of the Journal of Cold War Studies , whose 2009 Washington Quarterly article argued that the “no-NATO-enlargement pledge” was a “myth”; [4]

* Joshua R. Itkowitz Shifrinson from the Bush School at Texas AM, whose 2016 International Security article argued the U.S. was playing a double game in 1990, leading Gorbachev to believe NATO would be subsumed in a new European security structure, while working to ensure hegemony in Europe and the maintenance of NATO; [5]

* James Goldgeier from American University, who wrote the authoritative book on the Clinton decision on NATO expansion, Not Whether But When , and described the misleading U.S. assurances to Russian leader Boris Yeltsin in a 2016 WarOnTheRocks article; [6]

* Svetlana Savranskaya and Tom Blanton from the National Security Archive, whose most recent book, The Last Superpower Summits: Gorbachev, Reagan, and Bush: Conversations That Ended the Cold War (CEU Press, 2016) analyzes and publishes the declassified transcripts and related documents from all of Gorbachev’s summits with U.S. presidents, including dozens of assurances about protecting the USSR’s security interests. [7]

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