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#1 Mario Milano

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 12:36 PM

+US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning

 

 

Thu, 09/08/2018 - 9:24am — legitgov

 

US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning | 09 Aug 2018 |

 

 

The US is imposing new sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in th  UK.

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he measures are scheduled to go into effect on or around August 22, according to the State Department.

 

The accusation comes despite there being zero evidence suggesting Moscow was behind the attack.

 

A State Department official told reporters in a conference call on Wednesday that Washington informed Russia "this afternoon" about the sanctions.

 

 

 


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#2 Ivan88

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 02:53 PM

Unless enough Americans confess our sins and depart therefrom, a likely Judgment to come, accompanied or preceded by other Judgments, is Ezekial 19.

We, "became a young lion, and learned to catch the prey, and devoured men.

  And we knew their desolate palaces, and we laid waste their cities; and the land was desolate, and the fulness thereof, by the noise of our roaring.
  Then the nations set against us on every side from the provinces, and spread their net over us: we were taken in their pit.
  And they put us in ward in chains, and brought us to the king of Babylon: they brought us into holds, that our voice should no more be heard upon the mountains of Israel.'


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#3 Mario Milano

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 03:42 PM

FK how much more of this stupid shit is humanity supposed to put up with?

 

Getting it why Jews have been kicked out of 109 countries yet?...if you haven't got it yet the stupid Jew blackmailed retards in Washington are telling you why


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#4 wirehaired

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 04:23 PM

 

+US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning

 

 

Thu, 09/08/2018 - 9:24am — legitgov

 

US to impose new sanctions on Russia over Skripal poisoning | 09 Aug 2018 |

 

 

The US is imposing new sanctions on Russia over the poisoning of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in th  UK.

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he measures are scheduled to go into effect on or around August 22, according to the State Department.

 

The accusation comes despite there being zero evidence suggesting Moscow was behind the attack.

 

A State Department official told reporters in a conference call on Wednesday that Washington informed Russia "this afternoon" about the sanctions.

 

 

 

 

I could be wrong but from what I have seen reported the state Dept did this without a green light from the Whitehouse,these people are insane,they think they are talking to Iraq or Libya,Russia should cut off all relations with the US until they get get their sanity back,the deep state are running the show.


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#5 LebenUndLieben

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Posted 09 August 2018 - 04:41 PM

In America, government officials are supposedly our agents and servant who are supposedly governed by the American Man.

So all their deeds, good or bad, are done as our agents.

Since we are the Principal, we are liable for their wrongful acts if we do not stop them.

 

Can't blame neocons & Rothschilds when they are our servants.......  We still celebrate our "freedom" and pretend that America belongs to us.

It is time to stop lying to ourselves.

As long as we pretend to be Free, we are liable for the wicked deeds of our "glorious peoples leaders" we are supposed to regulate/govern.

 

They are supposed to be the "governedmen"  but we ain't governing even ourselves.


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#6 Nemesis

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:40 AM

Russia to treat further US sanction as an open declaration of economic war – PM

 

 

Published time: 10 Aug, 2018 04:42
 
 
 
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Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has warned the US that any sanctions targeting Russian banking operations and currency trade will be treated as a declaration of economic war and retaliated against by any means necessary.

“If they introduce something like a ban on banking operations or the use of any currency, we will treat it as a declaration of economic war. And we’ll have to respond to it accordingly – economically, politically, or in any other way, if required,” 

"Our American friends should make no mistake about it,” Medvedev emphasized during a trip to the Kamchatka region.

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#7 Nemesis

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:42 AM

Seriously, this "ameriKKKan friends" shit, is that supposed to be reverse psychology?

 

Did Stalin ever say, "our German friends" or "our Nazi friends"??????????????????????


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#8 Nemesis

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:49 AM

‘No surprise if Moscow recalls ambassador’: Russia will lash out against new sanctions, say experts

 

 

Published time: 9 Aug, 2018 19:35 Edited time: 9 Aug, 2018 19:50
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Washington’s latest sanctions have left no room for a constructive response from Moscow, analysts explain, but opinions differ widely on how much the measures will affect relations between the two countries.

All interviewed by RT railed against the framing of the sanctions, nominally prompted by the alleged use of chemical weapons against the Skripals in the UK back in March. Russia will be punished with a first set of measures from August 22, and is given 90 days to assure Washington that it will no longer deploy chemical weapons, and to open up its chemical production facilities to international inspectors.

One problem: Russia denies that it has used chemical weapons in the first place and says that it had already disposed of its stockpile in accordance with international treaties. So, to use the proverbial example, the US is asking Russia: “When will you finally stop beating your wife?”

READ MORE: Sanctioning Russia for false link to UK poisonings ‘unacceptable & unlawful’ – Kremlin

“Russia can’t admit what it hasn’t done. It’s as if the US is asking Russia, ‘Show us your Yeti’ and if you don’t we will punish you. There are literally no facilities to even show,” Vladimir Kornilov, a political analyst for RIA news agency, told RT.

“The very way that the conditions of dropping the sanctions are posed by the US –we will abandon them if you confess your sins and repent– is so humiliating and unacceptable that any response will have to be very firm,” said Andrey Kortunov, Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council.

Leonid Polyakov, from the Higher School of Economics, says that Washington must be aware that the Kremlin would never agree to its conditions, so setting them in the first place is a cheap pretense at diplomacy.

“Historically, under the current leadership Russia can never do two things. It can never move from officially stated positions on certain international issues and incidents – for example, on Skripal. Russia is not going to turn around and say ‘Sorry, we actually did poison him,’” he told RT.

“And secondly, Vladimir Putin will never agree to any unilateral concessions. Any previous offers Moscow has made are always on a quid-pro-quo basis,”Polyakov pointed out, citing the recent offer by the Russian president to allow the questioning of its citizens involved in alleged election-meddling, but only in exchange for William Browder and others being interviewed by Moscow’s investigators.

US ‘showing who’s boss’ or playing to home audience?

All three experts agreed that not only will the sanctions be rejected, but they are unlikely to have any indirect effect on Russia’s international policies, or its economic outlook.

So, why implement them at all?

Kortunov says this is an attempt to claw back international prestige, particularly in the wake of the US failure to impose its will in Syria, fraying relations with Europe and China, and Donald Trump’s perceived softness in negotiating with Putin in Helsinki last month.

“This is an attempt to make a statement from the US establishment – to show who is boss in international politics. Over the last two or three years the role of the US as the commander-in-chief of world affairs has been cast into doubt, and Russia has been chosen as the whipping boy as Washington tries to reassert control,” Kortunov said.

For Polyakov, this is all about “looking strong on Russia” ahead of October’s mid-term elections.

“The people putting these sanctions forward aren’t aware of the international consequences. First and foremost, they are driven by a desire to play to their domestic audience, particularly with the midterms coming up. Showing you are not beholden to Russia is a campaign move,” he said to RT.

The professor of political science adds that a lack of ideas over how to corral a feisty Russia is pushing American officials to press the sanctions button again and again.

“As the saying goes, when you don’t know what to do, do what you know. The international situation is such that no side can expect to back down without losses. Everyone knows that sanctions don’t work. But it is a simple tool, easy to understand, and one that has been widely used before by the US. It is almost a reflex reaction by now.”

Yet Kornilov believes that sanctions are not just a shield for a beleaguered establishment, but an offensive weapon.

“It is clear that if it wasn’t going to be the Skripals, it would be something else. Sanctions have become a tool in economic and trade wars, and no one is bothering to hide this,” he said.

Can things get worse?

 

Since hostility between Moscow and Washington is at a post-war high as it is, Polyakov believes it will be impractical for the two nuclear powers to escalate tensions still further, beyond the headlines.

“Any proposed downgrading of diplomatic relations will likely be more symbolic than practical, as there is constant contact between Moscow and Washington that doesn’t go through diplomatic channels, but directly between government departments, for example as in Syria,” he said, referring to the military hotline that has allowed the two countries to operate side-by-side during the ongoing conflict there.

Kortunov is less sanguine.

“I would not be surprised if the Russian ambassador from Washington is recalled as a counter-measure,” he says, adding that this could detonate all tentative plans between the two countries negotiated at the Helsinki summit.

But Vladimir Kornilov isn’t just worried about the State Department steps, but also about a proposed new legislative initiative that aims to stop Russian banks from operating with US clients, and plans to designate the country as a state sponsor of terrorism.

“This isn’t just about worsening relations, this is going to be tantamount to a breakdown of diplomatic relations between Moscow and Washington. This will be beyond the pale. I hope Americans come to their senses and step back from the brink,” said the analyst.


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#9 Nemesis

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:52 AM


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#10 wirehaired

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 12:43 PM

Economic war was launched against Russia some time ago,Russia needs to be more proactive in the face of this attack,its no good Russia throwing pieces of meat to the wolf because a Wolf is not happy until you are in its belly.


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Posted 10 August 2018 - 12:56 PM


Did Stalin ever say, "our German friends" or "our Nazi friends"??????????????????????

Maybe not Stalin but Brezhnev did!

 

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#12 grog

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 02:04 PM

UK Launching Anti-Russian Propaganda War
 
 
 
 
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#14 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 03:17 PM

Maybe not Stalin but Brezhnev did!

 

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Oh good grief that is gross...I just threw up a bit...


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#15 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 04:09 PM

we all know that  sanctions "economic wars" lead to shooting wars eventually...So who is behind this shit to try and get the USA and Russia to kill each other?

 

Fking not hard to work out anymore is it?

 

This World wide Jewish cancer needs to be eliminated NOW before these fuking inbred parasites start wW3...you know it...

 

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#16 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 04:17 PM

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Yulia Skripal at her 'press conference'
 

In my last piece, I attempted to show how on 4th July, when Yulia Skripal called her cousin, Viktoria, she appeared blissfully unaware of the British Government's central claim that the poisoning of her and her father was carried out by the Russian state. So blissfully unaware, in fact, that somewhat bizarrely she seemed to think that her cousin Viktoria was responsible for the publicity around the incident, and she also expressed her desire to return to Russia soon - the country whose Government was apparently responsible for attempting to assassinate her father. The Keepers of the Official Narrative are welcome to explain that, if they can. 

I now want to go back to an earlier statement she made, which I also think is quite revealing. This is the one when she was "interviewed" by Reuters, significant for the fact that it was the world's first interview where the interviewer was not allowed to put any questions to the intervieweeShe started her statement as follows:

 

"I came to the UK on the 3rd of March to visit my father, something I have done regularly in the past. After 20 days in a coma, I woke to the news that we had both been poisoned."
 

So far so good. She did come into London on March 3rd and was hospitalised with poisoning the day after. But then we get this

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"I still find it difficult to come to terms with the fact that both of us were attacked. We are so lucky to have both survived this attempted assassination. Our recovery has been slow and extremely painful. The fact that a nerve agent was used to do this is shocking. I don't want to describe the details but the clinical treatment was invasive, painful and depressing" [my emphasis].

"The fact that both of us were attacked"??? Hmm! Is this a fact, according to the official narrative? No, it most certainly is not. 

Let me explain what I mean by bringing in the third person to be poisoned in the Salisbury case, Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey. In the statement released on his behalf on 22nd March, he said the following:

 

"I want people to focus on the investigation - not the police officer who was unfortunate enough to be caught up in it." [my emphasis].

 

Like Yulia, D.S. Bailey was poisoned. Unlike Yulia, however, he describes himself not as having been attacked, but as being unfortunately caught up in the incident - a bystander to the actual assassination attempt, who just happened to become involved. 

But what about Yulia? She apparently believes that both she and her father were attacked, since she states, "the fact that both of us were attacked." The question is, however, was she attacked, or was she merely caught up in the attack?

 

Let's turn to the official narrative to find out. 

There are two angles we can answer this from: one, is to look at the apparent motive given by the British Government for the attack on Mr Skripal; the other is to look at the apparent method of the attempted assassination itself. 

Regarding the motive, the attack on Mr Skripal is said by the British Government to have been a simple desire for revenge and sending out a message by Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin against a man they considered a traitor (even though they let him go years earlier, and even though such an assassination would be massively counter-productive, in that it would destroy any hopes they have for future spy swaps. But we'll let these things pass for now). But if this was the motive, then it cannot have been an attempt to kill Yulia as well, since she was not a spy and did not betray her country, can it? 

Next, consider the method: "Novichok" on the door handle. Now, it requires the divesting of more common sense than I am personally prepared to give up, to believe that the FSB thinks this to be an effective method of assassinating even one person. But assassinating two??? Even those who have no qualms about throwing common sense out of the window in order to believe the FSB thinks smearing military grade nerve agent on a door handle in a suburban street in broad daylight is an effective method of conducting a targeted assassination on one person, surely cannot make themselves believe that the FSB thinks it an effective method of targeting two people. It's ridiculously, absurdly, laughably untargeted, given that they could never be sure that both people would touch the door handle. 
 


Comment: Even Salisbury residents think the story is fishy: 

 

And so even according to the already absurd notion of a targeted assassination attempt, involving the smearing of enough nerve agent to kill half the population of Salisbury on a door handle in broad daylight without a chemical warfare suit (perhaps with a pair of marigolds), the idea that Yulia was in any way "attacked" is patently ridiculous. The most you could say about her, according to the official narrative, is that like the statement put out on D.S. Bailey's behalf, she was simply "unfortunate enough to be caught up in it." 

So why does she say that she finds it difficult to come to terms with - as she puts it - "the fact that both of us were attacked"? And why is this statement then followed immediately by one about both of them having "survived this attempted assassination," which together implies that she believes herself to have been as much a target of the assassination attempt as her father? 

Of course, it could be objected that I am just nit-picking over words. She says she's been attacked, by which she simply means that she was a victim of the poisoning, along with her dad, but she realises that it was him they were really after. She just uses a different phrase than that used by D.S. Bailey to describe being in the wrong place at the wrong time. 

But no, it's not nit-picking, and for a number of good reasons:
  1. The wording she uses is very explicit that the attack - the assassination attempt - was on both of them, and she calls this a fact.
  2. She then says she finds it "difficult to come to terms" with this fact. This is crucial. She is not saying that she finds it difficult to come to terms with the fact that both of them were poisoned. She is not even saying she finds it difficult to come to terms with the fact that her dad was attacked and that she was unwittingly poisoned. No, what she explicitly states is that she is finding it difficult to come to terms with the fact that both of them were attacked.
  3. Nowhere in her statement to Reuters, nor in any other statement that has been released on her behalf, or any conversation that she has had with her cousin Viktoria, do we get any sense that she thinks it was just her father who was being attacked, with her an unfortunate victim. In fact, in the statement put out on her behalf on 11th April, she explicitly stated that she was attacked:
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"I find myself in a totally different life than the ordinary one I left just over a month ago, and I am seeking to come to terms with my prospects, whilst also recovering from this attack on me" [my emphasis].
If we take Yulia's words at face value, we come to following conclusion: She does not think that the assassin(s) targeted her father and she just happened to be there; rather, she believes that the assassin(s) targeted both of them together. 

But this does not fit the official narrative at all. As I argued above, the Kremlin-ordered, door handle narrative, apart from being utterly ridiculous, totally excludes the possibility that this was a hit on both of them, both from the motive and the method perspective. Further, I imagine that had the Kremlin ordered a hit on Sergei alone, many if not most Russians would have shrugged their shoulders at the thought of a man they considered a traitor being killed. Whereas if the hit was ordered on Yulia as well? How would that play back home? Not very well, as you can probably imagine. 

So what's really going on? 

As I argued in my previous piece, in her conversation at the beginning of July, Yulia appeared to be utterly in the dark about the claim that the Russian state was behind the poisoning, blaming her cousin for the publicity surrounding it, and stating that she was annoyed that this publicity meant she couldn't return to Russia. The fact that she believes she was attacked and was a target for assassination, shows that either she doesn't believe the door handle narrative or - more likely - that at the time of her "interview" she hadn't actually been told this. Think about it. Assuming she has some wits about her, there is simply no way that she could possibly believe that the smearing of Novichok on her father's door handle was a targeted attack on both of them. It's an absurd way of targeting one person; a simply deranged way of targeting two, since there could be no guarantee that both her father and her would touch the handle. 

Let me therefore summarise the gist of this:
  1. The official narrative precludes the idea that Yulia was attacked and was the target of assassination, since the motive only fits Sergei (the killing of a traitor), and the method (Novichok on the door handle) could never guarantee that both of them would be poisoned.
  2. And yet Yulia believes that both she and her father were attacked in an assassination attempt, and it is this fact, not being the unwitting victim of a poisoning, that she is finding hard to come to terms with.
  3. Therefore, either she has heard the door handle theory but doesn't believe it, or she is not aware of it at all.
Why, then, does she believe that she, as well as her father, were attacked? Why, then, does she think that she, as well as her father, were targeted by an assassin? Presumably because she remembers being attacked, would be my guess. But of course if that's the case, it cannot have been anything to do with a door handle.

 

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#17 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 04:23 PM

Seriously the Jew inbreds are trying to start WW3 between the two biggest Christian countries on our planet because of the Skripals who didn't die?

 

The Jewish problem needs to be eliminated like yesterday...fking psychos


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#18 Mario Milano

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 04:30 PM

Humanity still putting up with these psychopathic inbred Jews who deliberately start wars...It is just insane putting up with these lunatics still

 

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Posted 10 August 2018 - 07:12 PM

USA loves to bear false witness and organize lynch mobs..... otherwise known as "political correctness".

 

Since much of USA Christendom loves wars and the sinogog of satan, why shouldn't Lord Rothschild take advantage of their gross stupidity and apostasy?

 

Killing them off (apostate Christians) is just enforcing the Judgment of the 12 Apostles and God.

"And Iesus said unto them,  (His Apostles) Verily I say unto you,

That ye which have followed Me, in the regeneration when the Son of man shall sit in the throne of his glory, ye also sit upon twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel."   Mathew 19:28


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