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can even save lives of millions of people.
Provocation with Poisoning Skripals
In early 2018, facing tough
political situation at home, UK Government decided to create a
big sensation in order to switch people's attention and emotions
away from weak performance of the ruling party.
A former Russian citizen Skripal
living in London was poisoned together with his daughter was
allegedly poisoned by a prohibited chemical gas. UK Prime
Minister was quick to declare
without providing any proof ‒ that the chemical
attack was carried out by
'Highly Likely' is new 'Bullshit'
UK expelled some Russian diplomats. Russia
reciprocated. UK allies reluctantly followed UK's lead, though
everyone saw the nonsense of the groundless blame. Russia
reciprocated again. International diplomatic war started. The
British Prime Minister, as weak performer as a Prime Minister,
was now seen as a hero fighting an external enemy. A very old
technique many weak rulers used before.
Naturally, UK Government rejected
the proposal of the Russian Government to investigate the case
jointly because UK Government didn't want to expose the
internal villain, they wanted to appoint an external one.
Finally, to resolve the issue,
Russian Government called an urgent meeting of the
Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to discuss
the Skripal's case that might grow into a World War if not
resolved urgently. The Russian Government prepared a list of 14
clarifying questions for the UK Government. Failure to answer
these clarifying questions would mean that the whole case was
just a provocation by the UK Government.
Here are some sample questions
from the list:
Based on what attributes was the
alleged “Russian origin” of the substance used in
Does the UK have control
samples of the chemical warfare agent, which British
representatives refer to as “Novichok”?
Have the samples of a chemical
warfare agent of the same type as “Novichok” (in accordance
to British terminology) or its analogues been developed in
The complete list of the 14
questions is published
Naturally, UK Government failed to
answer these clarifying questions and thus clarified who were the
villains behind that ugly provocation who
murdered even poor Skripal's pets as
witnesses who needed to be silenced.
If wars can be started by lies,
piece can be started by truth.
Similar Clarifying Questions −
If Asked Timely
Could Have Saved Lives of Millions of People
in the World
It a pity no one asked the
British PM back in 2002 similar questions when
lied to the Parliament about Iraq having chemical weapons. As a result, Iraq was
bombed. Over 500,000 people, including many-many children,
were killed directly or indirectly.
It's a pity no one asked the
British PM back in 1947 similar questions when he ordered to split the
Kashmir state between India and Pakistan so that the two
countries fought each other for centuries, with thousands of
people, including many-many people being killed.