OPCW only confirms nerve agent was used – Boris claims that as proof Russians did it

Britain's Boris the Clown doubles down on his "Russia did it" hoax

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OPCW backs UK findings over nerve agent used in Salisbury poisoning, but doesn’t identify source

OPCW concludes there is no way to determine origin of nerve agent used, which is what VT stated on day one, as a bench sample can be made in any major university organic chemistry research department

[ Editor’s Note: You just can’t make this stuff up. Boris continues his clown act like Trump continues his Tweet foreign policy, as it is all they seem to know how to do. This is all straight from Alice in Wonderland, “When I use a word, it means exactly what I want it to mean, nothing more, nothing less.”

This is pathological behavior, nothing that will surprise VT readers at all, as we see a lot of it in our political ruling class. The real danger comes when the attitude spreads to the military commanders, where believing your own bullshit can be dangerous, as other people pay for your mistakes with their lives.

The ploy is becoming standard now when someone is caught red-handed in a big lie. They stick with “interpreting” the result however they want. The political people thereby end up making fools of the technical people, and the Intel folks also, when they know the spin is just classic Fake News, which even a slow public will catch onto eventually.

Britain is well on its way to establishing itself as a dying former colonialist country, desperately seeking delusional grandeur on the world stage, while its economy is collapsing into a state of neo-serfdom for growing numbers of Brits.

The same can be said of the US, which is validating, as VT has editorialized, that the Deep State is not a nationalist-based entity, but an international one, where countries are viewed as plantations. We are beginning to get more traction on the concept, as we are being contacted by concerned parties for our background archival material on itJim W. Dean ]

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Boris the Clown sticks to his same routine of faking it all the way

– First published … April 12, 2018

The OPCW has confirmed the UK’s conclusions about the type of nerve agent used in the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal, but provided no new evidence to back up Britain’s claim that Russia was to blame for the attack.

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) published a summary of its analysis, which confirmed the British findings about the nerve agent used in last month’s poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal, his daughter Yulia and a police officer who assisted them in Salisbury.

Despite the British government’s claims of Russian ‘culpability’ for the poisoning, nowhere does the OPCW’s report assign blame for the incident or even identify the source of the agent.

The part of the report that has been released publicly does not even specifically name Novichok as being the substance used, although it says it does name the substance in the parts of the findings which remain classified.

Despite no new evidence being provided, the UK’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson immediately claimed the OPCW’s findings meant there was “no doubt” of Russia’s responsibility for the incident. Johnson demanded that Russia “give answers” as “only Russia has the means, motive and record [for the poisoning].”

Last week, Johnson faced accusations of misleading the British public after he said in a televised interview that scientists at the government’s military laboratory, Porton Down, had told him the nerve agent definitely came from Russia. The lab’s chief executive later said they had done no such thing.

The OPCW used their own samples gathered from the victims of the poisoning and contaminated environmental matter to put together its conclusions.

The results of analysis by OPCW-designated laboratories of environmental and biomedical samples collected by the OPCW team confirm the findings of the United Kingdom relating to the identity of the toxic chemical that was used in Salisbury and severely injured three people“, the OPCW said.

The watchdog also found “the toxic chemical was of high purity” because of an “almost complete absence of impurities.”

UK Prime Minister Theresa May declared on March 12 that the Skripals had been poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent identified as A-234, also known as Novichok.

Russia’s Foreign Ministry call the OPCW report a part of London’s operation to discredit Russia. The OPCW will hold a special session on the incident next Wednesday.

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  1. Look at the Monarchy in England. Are not they all born to riches as billionaires or more with nothing to do all day but breed and run their mouths before cameras? Wouldn’t “parasites” be a proper adjective to describe these worthless pieces of human garbage? It appears the English today are even dumber than Americans to perpetuate this con by the Monarchy.

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