It is widely reported that the Skripals are to be offered new identities from the CIA and MI5. Wait a minute! Who benefits from that? Not the Skripals that’s for sure. Among the minds of many people the CIA and MI6 are behind this false-flag poisoning event which gets more bizarre by the day.
Apart from a short telephone call from Yulia Skripal to her cousin Viktoria we (the public of the world) have neither heard from nor seen either of them. In that telephone call the following extract claimed that her father was all right but resting.
“Viktoria: Is this your phone?
Yulia: It’s a temporary phone. Everything is fine, but we’ll see how everything goes; we’ll decide later. You know yourself what the situation is here. Everything is fine, everything can be worked out, everyone is recovering and everyone is alive.
Viktoria: I understand! Is everything ok with your father?
Yulia: Everything is ok. He is resting now, sleeping. Everyone’s health is fine, there are no irreparable issues. I will be discharged soon. Everything is ok.”
That is strange because the same day that this telephone call took place Kay Burley in interviewing Craig Murray (10 min 25 sec) said that it could be one of several strains of Novichok that “potentially killed this ex-KGB spy – he’s in a coma at the moment. . .” which conflicts with what Yulia told her cousin about the health of her father, Sergei Skripal. Stranger still is the next day Sergei had made a remarkable recovery from his near-death experience. He was said to be “recovering rapidly“.
We have not heard their story and I suspect if the secret services get their way we probably never will. They want to whisk them off to the US and give them new identities according to most news sources.
“Their lives “would likely never be the same again” because they will require “ongoing medical care;” and UK authorities maintain that they would be safer in one of the Five Eyes countries: Britain, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.”
They were said to be safer in the US, which begs the question whether the US has abolished its gun-laws. The danger however comes from a supposition that MI6 and the CIA may have planned this costly pantomime from the start. If they did the Skripals will never get their story told. They may never be heard from again.
Any thinking person must ask why we are not allowed to hear from Yulia and Sergei. They must also question why Yulia’s cousin is not allowed a visa to visit her in hospital. They must also be asking why a neighbour has not been allowed to visit, or the press, or other media. Russia has not been granted consular access, a most unusual and dangerous precedent for the rest of the world, and that is disturbing. There has never in my lifetime been a case like this and the only answer can be that our western governments must have something to hide.
The picture is from Yulia Skripal’s VK page which she, or somebody else, accessed three days after the alleged attack when she was said to have been close to death.