In The Case Of Skripal, The Possibility Of Where The Nerve Agent Came From Is The Fact That The Incident Happened With In 12km From The Largest Stockpile Of Nerve Agent In Western Europe - U.K Porton Down Bio-Chemical Research Facility

March 13, 2018

A new spy scandal is unfolding in London. The 66-year-old former RMI colonel Sergey Skripal, charged with treason in Russia, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, were admitted to a hospital with poisoning with an unknown substance on Monday. In 2010, as a result of spy exchange between Russia and the US, Skripal obtained political asylum in England. Ever since then, no one was interested in him. And now, he's been poisoned, supposedly with a nerve agent. Obviously, Russia is being blamed for this. But come to think of it, the only ones benefiting from poisoning a former RMI Colonel are the British, simply to indulge in their Russophobia. As a source, Skripal has given all he had to give, so he's irrelevant now.


However, he's very useful as someone who's been poisoned. So, why not poison him? And, bring his daughter in on this, to make it more heart-piercing for the public. A lot of opportunities come out of this, like boycotting the FIFA World Cup in Russia. A perfect special operation. Skripal is just a cheap casualty, to make The U.K justify itself.



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