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Skripals Poisoned with Fentanyl, Initial Report Redacted

Dilyana Gaytandzhieva | Not Novichok, but Fentanyl… Wait, not Fentanyl, but “a substance”.

Whether it’s Russiagate, Skripal or Syria, the Media Have Lost Their Grip on Reality

Paul Mansfield | Despite a series of collapsing mainstream narratives, the establishment can’t help but doubling-down on their government-issued official conspiracy theories.

UK COLUMN: US-UK War Crimes Yemen, Guardian’s Anti-Syria Propaganda, Novichok Lies, Trump’s DPRK Play and More

UK Column News | Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen with today’s news round-up.

SKRIPAL AFFAIR: Nikki Haley Already Back-Tracking on Russian ‘Novichok’ Case

21WIRE + RT | Here is the list of lies which US and UK representatives have been repeating about Russia – in order to cover-up a lack of proof for their damning indictments.

Episode #228 – ‘Another WMD Caper’ with Ambassador Peter Ford and guests

SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…

George Carlin on The Language of Politics

National Press Club | An essential translation guide for political-speak.

Craig Murray: Johnson and May are Hiding as Their ‘Novichok’ Lies Dissolve

Craig Murray | Last night’s statement by Porton Down has cause Theresa May and Boris Johnson to go into hiding over the Skripal Affair.

UPDATE: Briefing Note on ‘Doubts about Novichoks’

WGSPM | In view of rapidly worsening relations between the West and Russia, and the evolving military events in Syria, this evidence-based analysis has been published in respect to the Skripal incident of March 4, 2018.

Russia ‘Novichok’ Hysteria Proves Politicians and Media Haven’t Learned The Lessons of Iraq

Patrick Henningsen | Iraq should have taught us all to be skeptical about official claims of chemical weapons evidence. Why hasn’t it?

Humanity vs Insanity: ‘The Skripal Affair’ with Ian R Crane and Patrick Henningsen

Humanity vs Insanity | Beyond the rhetoric: what’s really going on with the ‘Russian Spy Poisoning’ case.

Killing Diplomacy: Theresa May and Boris Johnson are Sending Britain Over the Edge

Dmitry Orlov | The Skripal Affair has demonstrated that the destruction of US and UK diplomatic institutions cannot be undone, leaving the West in dire straits.

The Salisbury Chemist: False Flags for Newbies

Dmitry Orlov | The attack on the Skripals is by no means an isolated incident, with each event being used to demonize Russia.

Episode #226 – ‘Statecraft for Newcomers’ with Patrick Henningsen & Mike Robinson

SUNDAY WIRE | Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield – this is your brave new world…

RETALIATION: Moscow Expels 23 UK diplomats, Shuts British Council in Russia

21WIRE | In addition to Moscow, Russia is revoking its agreement on the operation of the UK’s Consulate General in St. Petersburg.

OPCW: ‘Soviet Toxins Were Smuggled Out and Continued in Other Countries, Including US’

21WIRE | The British government’s spectacular ‘Novichok’ narrative continues to fall apart.

Triumph of Propaganda: Russia or Syria Will Always Be Found Guilty Within Hours

Manuel Ochsenreiter | Theresa May’s cock-sure case for the alleged assassination of Sergei Skripal follows a familiar pattern of invented ‘chemical weapons’ charges by US and UK officials.

SKRIPAL AFFAIR: The Chilly Climate Change of a New Cold War

Tony Kevin | UK Government is basing its statements on crude conspiracy theorism.

NOVICHOKS BEWARE: When Dealing with the Russian Bear, Hubris is Suicidal

The Saker | Western beliefs about the alleged poisoning of Russian double agent Sergei Skripal – and about Russia in general – are nothing if not illogical. Based on evidence and past experience we really ought to know better by now.

UK COLUMN: The Real Story Behind the UK Gov ‘Russian Chemical Attack’ Conspiracy Theory

UK Column News | Beyond the hysteria and speculation, what is the real story?

‘Russian Spy Attack’ Special: What’s Next for Russia and the UK?

Going Underground | The public are still waiting for some evidence to substantiate the UK government’s bold claims of a ‘Russian attack on British soil’.