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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Spy for a spy

Russia responds to Great Britain's diplomatic attack:
'On March 17, Ambassador of Great Britain to Russia Laurie Bristow was summoned to the Foreign Ministry, where he was handed a note stating that in response to the provocative actions of the British side and groundless accusations against the Russian Federation with regard to the incident in Salisbury, UK on March 4, 2018, the Russian side has taken the following decisions in response.

'Twenty-three diplomatic staff of the UK Embassy in Moscow are declared persona non grata and are to be expelled from Russia within a week.

'Taking into account the disparity in the number of the two countries' consular missions, the Russian Federation recalls its agreement on the opening and operation of the Consulate General of the United Kingdom in St Petersburg.

'Respective procedures will be followed in accordance with international legal practice.

'Due to the unregulated status of the British Council in the Russian Federation, its activities are terminated.

'The British side is warned that in case of further unfriendly actions against Russia, the Russian side reserves the right to take further retaliatory measures.'
If the British are smart, they will declare victory and leave it at that. But I don't think Theresa May is smart. The neocons want war with Russia and they are pressuring her to give it to them.

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Blogger Looking Glass March 17, 2018 8:10 AM  

Can Russia ban England from the 2018 World Cup? Sure, it'd collapse the current UK government, but, well, what's wrong with that?

Blogger Resident Moron™ March 17, 2018 8:11 AM  

These idiots ate playing with World War Three.

There’s a great book about the First World War, about how the nations of Europe basically sleepwalked into it. Nobody wanted it but nobody did anything to stop it.

But that’s way too forgiving for my taste; these fools are actively trying to start WE3, thinking they will survive it.

Maybe even thinking they’ll prosper.

Ugh

Blogger JACIII March 17, 2018 8:18 AM  

Disgusting neocons. Given the level of education the public possesses, I doubt many of the young understand what the Ruskies are capable of doing to the US. "Russia is our enemy!" is a constant beat and Putin can hear it.
NK was lobbing missles all over the countryside and there wasn't the neocon vehemence toward KJU there is toward Russia and Vlad.
One suspects Eastern Europe and Russia's defense of God, country, home, and hearth from the siren song of globalist cultural rot is a factor.

Blogger The Kurgan March 17, 2018 8:29 AM  

Theresa May is the most useless cow that UK politics has produced bar none. She’s on a par with Cherie Blair.

OpenID het1 March 17, 2018 8:46 AM  

To JACIII

> One suspects… Russia's defense of God, country, home, and hearth from the siren song of globalist cultural rot is a factor

You are funny.
families of top Russian oligarchs and many high Putin's ("nationalistic") officials are living in this ("globalist") West, and the money (billions of USD, that they have stolen from the country) also are in the Western banks.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 17, 2018 8:51 AM  

Yeah I don't hear too many oligarchs crying about frozen assets.

Blogger Rocklea Marina March 17, 2018 8:54 AM  

To het1,
That's as may be, but wouldn't you just love to get some NGO's in there? I mean, Muh Free Speech an all? Orthodox is strong kung fu.

Blogger VD March 17, 2018 8:57 AM  

families of top Russian oligarchs and many high Putin's ("nationalistic") officials are living in this ("globalist") West, and the money (billions of USD, that they have stolen from the country) also are in the Western banks.

And why are they living in the West now? When did they steal all that money?

Blogger TM Lutas March 17, 2018 9:08 AM  

Russia didn't do it? Ok, let's run with that and treat it as a legitimate possible truth. Let's see if it hangs together and is consistent with the publicly known facts.

If Russia is innocent then the nerve agent attack was a joint one on both Russia and the UK. The UK part is obvious, dead people on its own soil. But Russia was set up as the patsy. That makes it a victim too.

Where is Putin's search for the real WMD user? As a permanent UNSC member, it has taken on the burden to stop WMD proliferation and use. Assuming they didn't do it, their reputation and honor are at stake here and put into question by some unknown third party.

It's possible that there's a great deal of activity going on at the intelligence service level on the Russian side to find these people, prove the case, and deliver them hogtied, ribboned, and with a nice card to 10 Downing St. Such an outcome would be a tremendous coup for Russia and its image on the world stage. It would really turn things around in a lot of ways.

Presumably, Pompeo (or whoever is running the CIA at the moment pending confirmation) & co have enough Russian intelligence contacts to detect that sort of effort. Yet the US is on board the anti-Russia train on this matter. That's where the idea of Russia as wronged innocent party falls apart.

What is President Trump doing piling on an innocent Russia? I don't think he would.

Blogger Rocklea Marina March 17, 2018 9:19 AM  

"What is President Trump doing piling on an innocent Russia? I don't think he would."

Trump is doing the expedient. He can't do nothing and come out and say this the UK's problem. And coming out with the truth, which I suspect is false flag, would not be believed. Or more to the point, many would believe, but the MSM and everyone else would go nuts and proof probably doesn't exist, so, expediency.

Blogger VD March 17, 2018 9:23 AM  

Where is Putin's search for the real WMD user? As a permanent UNSC member, it has taken on the burden to stop WMD proliferation and use. Assuming they didn't do it, their reputation and honor are at stake here and put into question by some unknown third party.

Don't be a complete moron. Russia has correctly, and repeatedly, requested the evidence, which is obviously necessary for any "search for the real killer." Has Britain complied?

As long as Britain refuses to comply with that extremely reasonable and obviously necessary request, logic dictates that this is a false flag and the Russian Federation is not culpable.

Blogger VD March 17, 2018 9:24 AM  

What is President Trump doing piling on an innocent Russia? I don't think he would.

He hasn't done anything except provide some empty "you go girl" words to May. I wouldn't be surprised at all if he is setting them up in order to leave them hanging out to dry.

Blogger SciVo March 17, 2018 9:37 AM  

We have far more and better cause to declare war on Mexico than on Russia. If someone is trying to instigate a war, their covert agents are more Inspector Clouseau than James Bond. We should be planning how to defend Cyprus and the Kurds.

Blogger James Dixon March 17, 2018 9:38 AM  

> If Russia is innocent then the nerve agent attack was a joint one on both Russia and the UK.

Or a false flag by UK agents.

OpenID zhukovg March 17, 2018 9:57 AM  

The Globalists need a major war, between great powers, to cover their crimes and preserve their power. I suspect that is what this is about.

Meanwhile Russia has launched an independent investigation, since the British have proven uncooperative in this regard.

Trump must appear to be anti-Russian thanks to the treasonous scum in this country that accuse him of collusion with Russia. In actuality, I suspect and hope he is colluding with Putin to bring down the Globalist reptiles.

--ZhukovG

Blogger Looking Glass March 17, 2018 9:57 AM  

@13 SciVo

I just realized, to another depth, how annoying the NeoCons are. They couldn't even propose useful wars. Taking Baja would be so easy for the USA, then just move the locals, along with the illegals, back into Mexico proper.

That's a bad idea, but at least it's an idea that has logic, value and enduring possibilities with it.

Blogger tuberman March 17, 2018 10:06 AM  

UK's Intel community seems to have become beyond desperate with all of this...so obvious of a FF. Did they threaten May? likely.

MI6 is up to it's eyeballs in the "Trump Takedown" scandal, which is coming apart, so they have maximum motive. Steele was handed the job to create the Russian Dossier by the top tier at MI6. Now there will be a reverse Take Down, Shake Down.

Blogger APL March 17, 2018 10:09 AM  

"Due to the unregulated status of the British Council in the Russian Federation, its activities are terminated."

Something positive has come out of the whole shit storm.

Blogger tuberman March 17, 2018 10:13 AM  

Also, watch for info on "5 Eyes" in the near future, which will be a sign that it has collapsed.

Blogger Crush Limbraw March 17, 2018 10:19 AM  

The over the top action of the UK - as if on cue - tells me this is false flag.

Blogger Twisted Root March 17, 2018 10:19 AM  

The Russians terminating the activities of the British Council stands out as more than just a reciprocal diplomatic measure. They aren't stupid and they aren't playing diplomatic games.

OpenID markstoval March 17, 2018 10:28 AM  

"There’s a great book about the First World War, about how the nations of Europe basically sleepwalked into it. Nobody wanted it but nobody did anything to stop it."

That idiot Wilson that got the USA into WW1 made it all even worse. The "peace" of WW1 led to WW2 and then to the American Empire.

These events, in my mind, led to the collapse of Western Civilization.

Yes, the West sleepwalked into WW1 and then the USA made if even worse. And we are still paying the price.

Blogger Antony March 17, 2018 10:36 AM  

The (((neo-cons))) want to punish Russia for their support for Assad and his success in defeating "Western" back islamists, thus foiling Israel's policy of de-stabilising its neighbours, and due to the traditional hatred of the Tribe for the goyim in general and the Slavs in particular, what could be better than West Europeans slaughtering East Europeans in another brother war.
An added bonus for Treason May is that it distracts attention from the latest muslim grooming gang scandal in Telford.

Blogger Lazarus March 17, 2018 10:39 AM  

I do not think the KGB commits such (apparently) sloppy assassination attempts. It was either sloppy because it was done by a hired third party or it was sloppy on purpose to give UK an excuse to treat it like an attack on the UK populace.

Sounds more like something Ukrainian fascists would do with the help of CIA, or just the CIA using Ukranian fascists.

Blogger APL March 17, 2018 10:42 AM  

Antony: "An added bonus for Treason May is that it distracts attention from the latest muslim grooming gang scandal in Telford."

Telford is old news. I've seen court cases in Manchester and Bristol involving Somali's of the Moslem ( surprise!! ) persuasion that have been running prostitution rings which exploited under age girls.

OpenID het1 March 17, 2018 10:42 AM  

To VD

> When did they steal all that money

Part of them (say, R. Abramovich, O. Deripaska etc) received whole Soviet oil, metal, etc industry in private property for symbolic price and because of clanship or relationship with Eltsin's government officials in 1990s. In reality it was simple stealing.
Another part (friends and confidents of Putin) received their wealth by redistribution those stolen property in 2000s under reign of Putin. Some old ("Eltsin"'s) oligarchs were forced to fly from country (say, Beresovscky), and they were replaced by new ("Putin"'s) oligarchs (say, Rotenberg).

Moreover, under Putin in Russia began working criminal laws against nationalists (called "extremists") – analogous "laws against hate speech", but more tough – and almost all active Russian nationalists were put in prison (say, Alexander Belov, leader Movement Against Illegal Immigration) of forced to fly from country. Russian nationalistic organizations (say, abovementioned "Movement", "Unions of Slavs" etc) are banned now (mainly in 2010s) by decisions of criminal courts.

It must be added, that most of "Russian" oligarchs ("Eltsin"'s and "Putin"'s) are non-Russian.

Blogger TM Lutas March 17, 2018 10:43 AM  

@10 Rocklea - It's Trump's hedging use of the word "if" that is the very reason why I'm entertaining the scenario. Putin needs to clue Trump in ASAP to keep things under control. It could be the case but it's not feeling that way.

@11 VD - I'm assuming that Putin is not an amnesiac and remembers how it worked out for Saddam when he pretended to have WMD development going on to deter Iran and managed to fool western intelligence in the process. It cost Saddam his regime, his sons, and his life. Baathism will never be the same.

For Russia's sake, Putin needs to make sure that western intelligence services, especially but not limited to the US, get an accurate picture if this scenario of Russian innocence is real.

@12 VD - Keeping sources and methods secret is sometimes used as an excuse but it's such an effective excuse because the problem is real. if you've got intelligence assets inside Russia and evidence coming from those assets tells you that Russia did it, you're not going to provide the evidence to Russia in order to help them clear people in their mole hunt and possibly roll up your network. This fact of life is independent of whether Russia is innocent or not. They still want your network gone, regardless.

Any evidence provided other than here's Oleg, who we caught with the goods and have now finished interrogating and rolling up the part of your network he knew about, is simply not going to happen and even then, not until Oleg's information has gone stale and useless and you're looking for some sort of a swap. It's too soon for an Oleg to show up.

Blogger Lazarus March 17, 2018 10:47 AM  

Here's a good one. WW3 starts over angry mother-in-law


DOUBLE agent Sergei Skripal’s daughter was the real target of the nerve agent attack that left them fighting for life, his niece has claimed.

Victoria Skripal said Yulia, 33, had a bust-up with her boyfriend’s mum after he announced they planned to start a family.And relatives are now pointing the finger at the prospective mother-in-law after it was disclosed she was a highly-ranked Russian security official.

The mum, who has not been identified, is said to have been furious that her son was marrying into the family of a man who betrayed 300 Russian agents.

And sources close to the Skripal family say she launched the Salisbury plot to stop him being tainted.

Victoria, 45, from Yaroslavl, north east of Moscow, said: “My opinion is that it was done not against Uncle Sergei, but against his daughter.

Blogger Lazarus March 17, 2018 10:50 AM  

Can Russia ban England from the 2018 World Cup?

I thought they were going to ban themselves. It would save the usual embarrassment, so win/win

Blogger VD March 17, 2018 11:14 AM  

Keeping sources and methods secret is sometimes used as an excuse but it's such an effective excuse because the problem is real. if you've got intelligence assets inside Russia and evidence coming from those assets tells you that Russia did it, you're not going to provide the evidence to Russia in order to help them clear people in their mole hunt and possibly roll up your network.

It's not an effective excuse. Russia has told Britain to provide the physical evidence. Instead of simply saying "sure, here is a sample," the Brits have shrieked RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA.

It's no more convincing than when Hillary Clinton was doing it, and it won't surprise me if it comes out that the Brits were behind it themselves, just like Hillary was colluding with Russia herself.

OpenID het1 March 17, 2018 11:25 AM  

To Rocklea Marina

Putin's government realize mass migration program in Russia (workers from Kirgizia, Uzbekistan etc) pretty well, without any NGO or Soros. Moscow now are called Moscowabad in the same way as London – Londonstan.
Soros's NGOs are banned in Russia now, it is true – but also are banned all nationalistic Russian organizations (as "extremists")

Blogger seeingsights March 17, 2018 11:41 AM  

I'm probably less into conspiracy theories than the average person, but I would not be surprised if this was a false flag. Article today by Zero Hedge says that the US might respond militarily to alleged chemical weapon use in Syria a few weeks ago.
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-17/russia-claims-us-training-syrian-militants-false-flag-chemical-attack-justify

Both chemical attacks--and perhaps the sonic attack in Cuba--might be the work of rogue operatives or a third party that desires conflict between Russia and the West.

One of my reading interests is the history of espionage and one thing I got from my reading is that sometimes events we read in the newspapers are secretly connected to the actions of an operative.

Blogger cheddarman March 17, 2018 11:49 AM  

The neocons are a grave threat to civilization. they need to be put down like a rabid dog running around trying to bite people.

Blogger gunner451 March 17, 2018 11:53 AM  

This is like the chemical war false flags being done in Syria right now over the purging of allied backed terrorist in Eastern Ghouta. It just doesn't pass the smell test. Why would Russia who is already on the wests S%^t list do something so over the top to take out on of their ex-guys?

That said I don't have that much faith in Trump on this as promoting the director of the CIA to State is kind of like putting Nancy Pelosi in charge of the ATF. I don't know of any organization that more represents the deep state and that is totally converged by democraps than the CIA. Nothing good is going to come out of that.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother March 17, 2018 12:00 PM  

Lazarus wrote:Here's a good one. WW3 starts over angry mother-in-law

DOUBLE agent Sergei Skripal’s daughter was the real target of the nerve agent attack that left them fighting for life, his niece has claimed.

Victoria Skripal said Yulia, 33, had a bust-up with her boyfriend’s mum after he announced they planned to start a family.And relatives are now pointing the finger at the prospective mother-in-law after it was disclosed she was a highly-ranked Russian security official.

The mum, who has not been identified, is said to have been furious that her son was marrying into the family of a man who betrayed 300 Russian agents.

And sources close to the Skripal family say she launched the Salisbury plot to stop him being tainted.

Victoria, 45, from Yaroslavl, north east of Moscow, said: “My opinion is that it was done not against Uncle Sergei, but against his daughter.


Hell hath no fury like a Russian high ranking spy official woman scorned?

Blogger James Dixon March 17, 2018 12:08 PM  

> Part of them (say, R. Abramovich, O. Deripaska etc) received whole Soviet oil, metal, etc industry in private property for symbolic price and because of clanship or relationship with Eltsin's government officials in 1990s. In reality it was simple stealing.

I.e., before Putin. And they're the ones with the money. The others had crossed Putin and were simply fleeing, so they don't have money.

So you're trying to blame Putin for the actions of people he had nothing to do with.

Blogger Lance E March 17, 2018 12:37 PM  

I've written off the UK as a third-world country by now. It's clear that they intend to impose police-state rule and continue transferring power to their Muslim overlords who will probably join the new Caliphate as soon as it's politically feasible.

And like every petty warlord - just look at Kim as an example - Ms. May will be constantly saber-rattling and making aggressive moves against regimes they can't possibly win against, just to prove that they're crazy enough to try.

A lot starts to make sense about the current UK if you look at them with the same lens you'd use to look at pre-2003 Iraq or pre-2011 Libya, as opposed to Poland or even France. Even the sectarian violence is starting to show up between outbreaks of anti-white violence and mass rape.

Maybe a war with Russia would ultimately be good for the UK. They'd lose handily, Russia would impose some sort of colonial/imperial rule, and they'd finally get to leave the EU. As long as it doesn't drag NATO in, then it might be the best outcome for Brits.

OpenID het1 March 17, 2018 12:54 PM  

To James Dixon

> you're trying to blame Putin for the actions of people he had nothing to do with.

First, most old ("Eltsin's") oligarchs became oligarchs under Putin (say. abovementioned Deripaska).
Second, in my post there was part two, - about (new) "Putin's" oligarchs, who made their wealth in 2000s almost the same way, as old oligarchs under Eltsin in 1990s.

Blogger James Dixon March 17, 2018 1:19 PM  

> First, most old ("Eltsin's") oligarchs became oligarchs under Putin (say. abovementioned Deripaska).

You do realize that sentence contradicts itself don't you?

If they were already oligarchs under Eltsin, they can't become oligarchs under Putin. Putin can only allow them to remain oligarchs.

> Second, in my post there was part two, - about (new) "Putin's" oligarchs, who made their wealth in 2000s almost the same way,

No argument there, but those aren't in the US. They're in Russia.

It's not like connections to the politically powerful haven't always had financial advantages, even in our own system.

OpenID zhukovg March 17, 2018 1:24 PM  

@James Dixon: Additionally, it has to be remembered that in Russia, critical industries are much more closely connected with the Russian government. Putin would be a fool not to put his people in charge of these critical sectors of the Russian economy.

--ZhukovG

Blogger Brett baker March 17, 2018 1:34 PM  

Actually, I was listening to a Canadian broadcast last night, a guest mentioned overseas some are thinking Putin's opponents did it to make him look bad.

Blogger Rory March 17, 2018 1:34 PM  

#29 - @Lazarus: I'll have you know the England team are unbeaten* champions.


*by the Umbootu people of Kenya, who lack the leather necessary for making footballs.


I am hoping this is the last of it. It's Syria and Assad's poison farts from last year all over again. And Saddam and the WMDs. And on the Yank side, Obama and his red lines.

One has to wonder at which point May gets ousted, although with the state of the Tory party these days they probably think this a "show of our strength" when we do shit like this. They're too short-sighted to see how we need to be holding our cards as close to our chest and treading lightly (in public) while we negotiate the seas of Brexit.

We just... we really need a Trump right now. Someone who would condemn the violation of our borders and vow to cut the throats of whoever did this... without naming names, and while working quietly behind the scenes. Although, yeah, then I wonder: like a domesticated animal, whether our internal agencies can do any proper investigations when they've spent so long deliberately not trying to pursue enemies.

Blogger Dirk Manly March 17, 2018 2:34 PM  

@5 het1 (Hetman 1?... Ukie)

"You are funny.
families of top Russian oligarchs and many high Putin's ("nationalistic") officials are living in this ("globalist") West, and the money (billions of USD, that they have stolen from the country) also are in the Western banks."

None of that matters. Those who stole from the Russian state and are now living in the West are not the targets of the neocons...and they could quite possibly be allies of the neocons.

Blogger tuberman March 17, 2018 2:46 PM  

This "Double Agent" had inside knowledge of the Steele Dossier and many of the connections, which is unraveling, so he was a problem. The UK Intel community had the biggest motive for this killing. It's simple, just connect the ....dots.

The Steele Dossier is a huge threat to literally dissolve a big hunk of Brit Intelligence. They were working guns blazing against the God Emperor, and there is a price to be paid.

So Russia, Russia, Russia, all In!

Blogger Dirk Manly March 17, 2018 2:49 PM  

@35

"Hell hath no fury like a Russian high ranking spy official woman scorned?


Nahhhh. They're all like that.

OpenID het1 March 17, 2018 3:06 PM  

To James Dixon

> Putin can only allow them to remain oligarchs

Of course. Putin allowed (most of) them to be oligarchs (some were expelled).
Current oligarchs in Russia consists of two groups: old (from 1990s) and new (from 2000s).

many "Russian" oligarchs are Jews (brothers Rotenbergs, Vexelberg,…) or Muslims (Kerimov (now arrested in France),…) – and this is main reason, why Russian nationalists and organizations are prosecuted by criminal laws in Putin's Russia, and books such as Ford's "International Jew", or Eugen Dühring' s "Jewish question" banned for publication and distribution by decisions of criminal courts.
Second reason for this is mass migration's policy.

To Dirk Manly

> they could quite possibly be allies of the neocons.

Not "possibly", but "of course" and not only neocons, but liberals.

Blogger Joeplanet March 17, 2018 3:21 PM  

Yes, dear slow ones. WWI led to WWII and eventually WWIII — just as Albert Pike said the plan would be. He said this in the 1800s. This was always the plan. The urgency and expediency is needed to also cover the breach as the plan is falling apart due to Trump and the Deep State disclosures.

Blogger Jonathon Davies March 17, 2018 3:23 PM  

UK response has been dreadful. Over aggressive and hasty. They decided it was Russia after a few days and the police investigation is still on going with no suspects or leads. Then Gavin Williamson told Russia to "shut up and go away." Then Boris Johnson said Putin is personally responsible, and we've expelled diplomats. Rhetoric continues to be ramped up.

It could be incompetence. It is a distinct possibility with May. Or it's deliberate and they want confrontation with Russia.

Thanks to the MSM the public are lapping it up. Any dissenting voices saying "it might not be Russia" or "hang on we've acted too quickly" are being shouted down and branded traitors.

The globalists, EU lovers and centrists are like "Yay, war with Russia!"

The Alt-Right and bizarrely the Alt-Left e.g. Corbyn are saying "hang on, is this a good idea?"

Strange days

Blogger papabear March 17, 2018 4:05 PM  

48. In the US, the alt-left (e.g. Counterpunch) is still very much anti-war, anti-neocon.

Blogger Miguel March 17, 2018 5:43 PM  

If Putin is smart (which he is) he can turn British public opinion against the government by mentioning the grooming scandals.

Blogger Johnny March 17, 2018 5:49 PM  

VD wrote:And why are they living in the West now? When did they steal all that money?

The Yeltsin period went so badly that a lot of state assets were sold off so cheaply that it was essentially theft. And so now Russia has these hardly more than criminal rich people.

As for the current situation, regardless of who did the poisoning, Britain has seized the opportunity to blame Russia. I don't know, maybe in this political climate it doesn't matter who did it. The usual rhetoric BS stuff.

Blogger SciVo March 17, 2018 7:07 PM  

Miguel wrote:If Putin is smart (which he is) he can turn British public opinion against the government by mentioning the grooming scandals.

If it was a FF to draw attention away from official complacency toward rape gangs, then someone has never played chess and cannot even plan one move ahead.

Blogger Dirk Manly March 17, 2018 7:17 PM  

@52 SciVo


"If it was a FF to draw attention away from official complacency toward rape gangs, then someone has never played chess and cannot even plan one move ahead."

---

These people are STUPID!!!

Q

Blogger TM Lutas March 17, 2018 11:01 PM  

@30 VD - Looking more deeply into this case, the OCPW appears to also be denied a sample, which is quite a bit more concerning.

You may have a point on this. Thank you for your patience.

Blogger Daniel March 18, 2018 9:26 AM  

Cut the drugs dude

Blogger jdgalt March 18, 2018 2:16 PM  

This whole argument was started Russians committing murder in the UK and getting away with it. In their shoes, I would take Russia's reaction as an admission that the murders were sponsored by the Russian government and an act of war.

And I would send assassins to Moscow to hit back. You want war? Bring it.

Blogger Pale Male March 18, 2018 10:55 PM  

jdgalt, you would only do that if you were stupid.

Demanding evidence in proof of a claim is the least the target of an unfounded accusation can be expected to do.  Refusing to supply such evidence when it is in their hands is proof that the accuser is at least disingenuous, if not lying outright.

OpenID paulmurray March 19, 2018 7:23 AM  

And what do you know, Russia will not sit around and ignore being trash-talked by the UK.

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