4 May 2018

Putin the Salisbury Poisoner


I know Salisbury well. A beautiful cathedral city that quite undeservedly, has become a crime scene extraordinaire. 

The victims of the nerve agent attack received swift NHS medical attention, and help from the experts at Porton Down Research Centre, located just a few miles from the scene of this crime.
It appears likely that that was no coincidence. MI6 seem to have placed their charge (or ex-charge) close to a facility that would provide aid quickly in such circumstances. In all probability, working as a spy openly without concealment, and described by Russia as a traitor. An invitation to that rogue regime that was probably unable to resist the tempting chance of retribution. All three survivors will suffer life changing consequences but the vast majority of victims abroad in this deteriorating world of ours, pay a far higher price and perish in chemical warfare.
Porton Down Research normally has to rely on animal experiments to further their work. Many human fatalities have also occurred here in the past. The atrocity will have provided some new victims for the scientists to study. This cowardly act of aggression reveals why nerve agents are banned under the Geneva Convention.
Putin supposedly has tasters sampling all his food, but is unlikely to be poisoned by any Britain,  because that’s not cricket. What Putin would do well to remember is the fact that Porton Down is probably the only place in the world where a victim of nerve agent poisoning has any chance of being treated and saved such a horrible fate. He could do worse than book into Salisbury District Hospital for a regular check up.
I appear to have some readers who are from within that rogue regime, which operates a system of widespread dis-information. My small drop of counter information will of course never balance the huge quantity of propaganda that is fed to the Russian people.  At least it is not fiction or toxic.

Salisbury Cathedral 




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