Skripal petition and the deep state

As some of you will know I started a petition on 30 May 2018 in order to have Yulia Skripal explain what actually happened to her when she and her father were poisoned. The petition actually started as an E-petition to parliament. It quickly got the required 5 signatures (20 in fact were queuing up to... Continue Reading →

Spooks everywhere

In Russian the word pravda means truth and izvestia means news. In the Soviet era there was a saying about the two main newspapers: Pravda and Izvestia. The saying went: "There is no news in Pravda and no truth in Izvestia" (в правде нет известий в известиях нет правды). It was and is well-known that in the... Continue Reading →

The expected false-flag in Syria

Less than two days ago I wrote: ". . . Some have commented that this episode was a prelude to a western-promoted nerve agent attack in Syria to blame on the Syrians and Russians. Russia has been talking of intelligence for some weeks that a chemical attack was planned. This might have been fended off... Continue Reading →

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