Hello I do this Post to expose skulduggery and deceit from the country I really care for and love and has cared for and looked after many in the past and now has sunk to low levels of shame and blame. I did not go into serving with the police at first as a maintenance electrician promoted to electrical / mechanical / and heating officer at two large areas and vital police stations in Central London obviously this meant working closely with all segments of the police and Home Office, then training in Forensic Work and being in that full time, so I had training in buildings as an electrician, then as a heating and mechanical work as was trained on courses that combined with full time Forensic work and police operations gave me knowledge far and wide.
Then the enquiry from a certain section led into the UFO / ET work and you can find that in the UFO STORY in the Archives May 2005 Blog.
From my somewhat you could say armchair detective work and research with many sources during my 36 year career with the Home Office I have seen the decline in British and World justice and the rise of the so called Deep State and so on. Part 1 is an example that adequately leads into Part 2. I would like to thank a dear friend and source for supplying a lot of Part 1 information and what she has told me off of the record. I can hear the yells and baying sceptics who are your sources? Have you seen what is happening to whistle blowers and their persecution? They are even after TV and Radio stations and legitimate journalists like Julian Assange so I am not going to risk my sources and I will ride out the derision and ridicule.
Almost £200 million of British taxpayers’ money has gone to supporting Syrian opposition groups, independent journalist Vanessa Beeley told RT. One of the groups to benefit from the funds are the White Helmets, which are alleged to have links with terrorists.
Speaking to George Galloway on his RT show Sputnik, Beeley said the funds were released from the UK’s Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) to support the Syrian opposition. She said part of that money was used by the White Helmets to feed media outlets that are rarely in Syria and offer a false narrative of what is happening there.
“If we look at the narrative produced from Aleppo… it never came from the 1.5 million majority in West Aleppo that was government-held and government-protected, but who lost over 11,000 civilians from mortar fire from East Aleppo - so from the Western-backed terrorists in East Aleppo.
“The narrative came from East Aleppo and it came from affiliates of Nusra Front, which included the White Helmets and from citizen activists that had been produced in Gaziantep [in Turkey], with money coming in from the UK government,” she added.
“[The UK government] actually
admitted very recently that almost £200 million [US$260 million] has gone from
this public fund into funding the Syrian opposition inside Syria.
White Helmets member caught on camera disposing of Syrian
soldiers’ mutilated bodies (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
“So in other words, all of these journalists, media activists, who
were trained in Turkey and then infiltrated back into Syria, to product the
propaganda, and that includes the White Helmets."
White Helmets have been hailed by the Western media as“peace-bearing heroes” who save
lives. A Netflix documentary film praising the group as “unarmed and neutral civilian volunteers” even
won an Oscar for best documentary short feature in February.
However, the group has long been plagued by
allegations of having ties with terrorist groups. Russia’s Foreign Ministry
spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said in April that the White Helmets are involved
in covering up terrorist crimes.
“The White Helmets not only feel at home on territories controlled
by Al-Nusra Front and Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL], but also openly
express positive attitudes towards them, providing them with information and
even financial assistance,” she said at the time.
has previously told RT that Aleppo residents, who have
lived under terrorist rule for five years, “witnessed
the White Helmets working alongside Al-Nusra Front as well as participating in
executions and torture and working as an Al-Nusra Front civil defense unit.”
Syria’s White Helmets suspend members caught on camera
during rebel execution
went on to say that the “White Helmets
is a major construct funded by the UK, the US, the EU and the Gulf States that
promulgates the propaganda against the Syrian government and the Syrian Arab
Army,” and that this can partly explain the media silence when
such scandals emerge.
In June, a member of the White Helmets was
caught on camera helping a group of unidentified militants disposing of bodies
of beheaded Syrian Army or pro-government soldiers in Daraa province.
In another incident in May, footage emerged
showing several members of the group’s rescue team helping to remove a body of
a man shot dead by rebels in the town of Jasim, also in Daraa province.
VIDEO: BBC NEWS JOINS FAKE NEWS SCANDAL OVER OPCW’S DOUMA CHLORINE REPORT
·As the SKWAWKBOXreportednot long ago, the BBC News website published outright fake news on Friday evening when it reported that the OPCW (Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) ‘fact-finding mission’ to the Syrian town of Douma had concluded that a chlorine gas attack had been perpetrated on civilians in the city.
The OPCW had said nothing of the sort – but just now the BBC News channel joined in the Trumpian misrepresentation of what the report stated:
·The OPCW report states – very clearly – that no conclusions have yet been reached.
The family of chemicals it reported finding – compounds, not pure chlorine – are common in fire extinguishers, insect sprays and other common products, as well as in fridges, machinery and cleaning products.
The OPCW reported finding ‘explosive residue’ too – but in a city that has suffered many months of heavy military bombardment, it would be astonishing if the OPCW inspectors had not found residues.
The BBC’s status as the Establishment’s propaganda mouthpiece was exposed – and the reason it is so eager to convince about Douma was also included in the report shown above: the UK, along with the US and France, launched military action on Syria.
That action must be justified – even though it’s clear from on-site footage of the wreckage shown by the BBC at the time that the ‘chemical weapons facilities’ hit were nothing of the sort.
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I were in charge of the investigation of the alleged poisoning of Sergei
Skripal and his daughter Yulia these are the steps I would have implemented and
Sergei Skripal is
a former Russian military officer and British spy who acted as a double agent
for the UK's intelligence services during the 1990s and
early 2000s, until his arrest in December 2004. On 4 March 2018, he and his
daughter Yulia Skripal were poisoned in Salisbury,
England, with a Novichok nerve agent, according to official UK
sources and the Organisation for
the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). After three weeks in a critical condition, Yulia regained
consciousness and was able to speak and was discharged 10th April 2018 . Sergei was also in a critical condition until he regained
consciousness one month after the attack. He was discharged from hospital on
the 18th of May 2018
A police officer was also taken into
intensive care after being contaminated when he went to Sergei Skripal's house.
By 22 March he had recovered enough to leave the hospital. An additional 48 people sought medical advice after the attack, but
none required treatment.[d]
Later in March, the British government
accused Russia of attempted murder and announced a series of punitive measures
against Russia, including the expulsion of diplomats. The UK's official
assessment of the incident was supported by 28 other countries which responded
similarly. Altogether, an unprecedented 153 Russian diplomats were expelled. Russia denied the accusations and responded similarly to the
expulsions and "accused Britain of the poisoning."
The poisoning was followed almost four
months later by a similar poisoning, involving the same
nerve agent, of two British nationals, whose backgrounds gave no indication for
a motive, in the town of Amesbury, seven miles from Salisbury. It is considered possible
Investigation (my view);
Boris Johnson is under pressure over allegations
he made misleading comments about the evidence suggesting Russia was responsible for the attack on
Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury.
The foreign secretary had said scientists at the
government's Porton Down laboratory told him there was “no doubt” the
novichok nerve agent used in the attack originated in Russia – a claim that appeared to
be contradicted by the head of the facility this week.
How did the row develop? And did Mr Johnson really make
false statements about what expert scientists had told him?
did Boris Johnson say?
On 25 March, Boris Johnson claimed scientists at the UK’s
military research laboratory at Porton Down had been “absolutely
categorical” in telling him there was “no doubt” the novichok nerve agent
used in the Salisbury attack was manufactured in Russia.
In an interview with German broadcaster
Deutsche Welle, Mr Johnson was asked: “You argue that the source of this
nerve agent – novichok – is Russia. How did you manage to find it
out so quickly? Does Britain possess samples of this?”
Mr Johnson replied: "When I look at the evidence, the
people from Porton Down, the laboratory… they were absolutely
categorical, I mean, I asked the guy myself, I said, 'are you sure?' and he
said 'there's no doubt.' And so, we have very little alternative but to take
the action that we have taken."
does Porton Down say?
Experts at Porton Down say they have been unable to
prove the novichok used in the attack on the Skripals was manufactured in Russia – casting doubts over Mr
Johnson’s claim they had earlier told him there was “no doubt” on the
Gary Aitkenhead, the chief executive of the facility,
which is officially known as the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
(DSTL), told Sky News on Wednesday: “We were able to identify it as novichok,
to identify that it was military-grade nerve agent.
"We have not identified the precise source, but we
have provided the scientific info to government, who have then used a number of
other sources to piece together the conclusions you have come to."
Skripal relative 'tells Russian state TV Yulia
and Sergei are fine'
He added: "It is our job to provide the scientific
evidence of what this particular nerve agent is, we identified that it is from
this particular family and that it is a military grade, but it is not our job
to say where it was manufactured."
However, Mr Aitkenhead did suggest the nerve agent was
almost certainly produced by a state, saying: “It’s a military-grade nerve
agent, which requires extremely sophisticated methods in order to create –
something that’s probably only within the capabilities of a state actor.”
In a tweet that raised further doubts over Mr
Johnson's claims, the DSTL said: “Our experts have precisely identified the
nerve agent as a novichok. It is not, and never has been, our responsibility to
confirm the source of the agent.”
did the Government respond?
By insisting the scientific analysis of the nerve agent is
“only one part of the intelligence picture” that led ministers to blame Russia for the attack, and that Mr
Johnson’s claims about the origin of the novichok have been consistent.
A Foreign Office spokesperson said: “We have been clear
from the very beginning that our world leading experts at Porton Down
identified the substance used in Salisbury as a novichok, a military grade
“This is only one part of the intelligence picture. As the
prime minister has set out in a number of statements to the Commons since 12
March, this includes our knowledge that within the last decade, Russia has
investigated ways of delivering nerve agents probably for assassination – and
as part of this programme has produced and stockpiled small quantities of
novichoks; Russia’s record of conducting state-sponsored assassinations; and
our assessment that Russia views former intelligence officers as targets.
“It is our assessment that Russia was responsible for this brazen
and reckless act and, as the international community agrees, there is no other
Boris Johnson says Porton Down told him
'categorically' the Novichok nerve agent used in Salisbury
came from Russia
Defending Mr Johnson, Ben Wallace, the security minister,
told the BBC: “Scientists are scientists. I, as well as national security, have
organised crime [and] terrorism under my portfolio, and when we work with
forensic scientists, the scientists tell us what something is. They tell me a
gun and a type of gun was used, but the attribution of who used it, exactly how
it was used, is a matter for the broader investigation.
“That includes intelligence, detectives if it’s a police
investigation, and the scientists as well, and that’s perfectly
He added: “Porton Down will be able to tell you there are
very, very, very few people in the world who, first of all, did design novichok
– and that was the Russians – and who have developed and stockpiled it. In
fact, the task of that is reduced to one.”
about the deleted tweet?
Suggestions that the Foreign Office misled people
over the evidence suggesting Russia was responsible for the Salisbury
attack were fuelled when it emerged that, on 22 March, the department's
official Twitter account had posted a tweet claiming Porton Down had
"made clear" the novichok was produced in Russia.
The post read: “'Analysis by world-leading experts at the
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) at Porton Down made clear that
this was a military-grade Novichok nerve agent produced in Russia. Porton Down is an
OPCW-accredited and designated laboratory.’”
The post was deleted on Wednesday, the same day as Mr
Aitkenhead’s interview - a fact that was swiftly highlighted by the Russian
embassy in the UK.
Responding to accusations the department had tweeted
misleading claims about Porton Down having identified the source
of the nerve agent, a Foreign Office spokesman said: "An HMA Moscow
[British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow] briefing on 22 March was tweeted
in real time by @UKinRussia and amplified by @foreignoffice to explain
what happened in Salisbury to as wide an audience as possible.
“One of the tweets was truncated and did not accurately
report our ambassador’s words. We have removed this tweet.”
They added: "None of this changes the fact that it is
our assessment that Russia was responsible for this brazen
and reckless act and, as the international community agrees, there is no other
"No other country has a combination of the
capability, the intent, and the motive to carry out such an act."
According to an official transcript of the speech in
question, Mr Bristow had said: “The analysts at Porton Down, the Defence
Science and Technology Laboratory in the UK, established and made clear that
this was a military-grade chemical weapon. One of the novichok series; a nerve
agent as I said produced in Russia.”
Boris Johnson make misleading statements about the source of the novichok?
It seems clear Porton Down's finding that the
nerve agent used was one that had previously been developed by Russia, and
would have required a state apparatus, was a key part of evidence that led
the government to blame Moscow for the attack. As ministers have said,
this would have been one element of an intelligence picture that would also
have included a range of other pieces of information.
However, in his Deutsche Welle interview, Mr Johnson
was asked not just about overall responsibility for attack,
but specifically about the “source” of the novichok used. He clearly
stated that, on this specific detail, he had been told there was “no doubt” the
nerve agent originated in Russia.
Given the recent statements from Porton Down confirming
that scientists had been unable to confirm the origin of the nerve agent, this
claim now seems unlikely to be true.
It is possible – if somewhat unlikely, given the role of
the laboratory - that someone at Porton Down did express a view
to Mr Johnson that, when all the evidence is considered, there is “no
doubt” that Russia was behind the attack. It seems much less likely that
such a statement would have been made specifically about the origin of the
nerve agent, given that scientists have been unable to prove this. As
such, doubts over the accuracy of Mr Johnson's claims appear well-founded.
Jeremy Corbyn says Boris
Johnson has 'questions to answer' over Porton Down Novichokclaims
As government officials now accept, the Foreign Office
tweet paraphrasing the UK’s ambassador to Russia was also misleading.
are the consequences?
Labour has called for an inquiry into Mr Johnson’s
comments and whether they were misleading.
Jeremy Corbyn claimed the foreign secretary had been left
with “egg on his face”.
He said: “He claimed categorically – and I think he used
the words 101 per cent – that it had come from Russia.
“Boris Johnson seems to have completely exceeded the
information that he had been given and told the world in categorical terms what
he believed had happened. And it’s not backed up by the evidence he claimed to
have got from Porton Down in the first place. Boris Johnson needs to answer
The party called on Theresa May to urgently investigate
whether Mr Johnson had broken the ministerial code.
Skripal attack aftermath – in pictures
The row is unlikely to have major consequences, although
it does undermine confidence in the government’s case against Russia, and strengthens the argument
made by Mr Corbyn, who was heavily criticised for questioning the
evidence Moscow was responsible for the attack.
It is unlikely anything will happen to Mr Johnson,
who is seen as unsackable because of his role as a leading Brexiteer in Ms
However, the foreign secretary’s reputation has taken
another hit, especially given this is not the first time he has been accused of
making misleading or inappropriate claims. After his gaffe about British
citizen Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe "training journalists" in Iran and
his apparently light-hearted suggestion the Libyan city of Sirte could become
“the next Dubai” if they “clear the dead bodies away", this week's row has
led to further criticism of his performance at the Foreign Office.
The latest episode will have done little to erase the
perception that Mr Johnson is unreliable. For a man widely considered to still
harbour hopes of becoming prime minister, the furore over his comments on Russia could mark another nail in the
coffin of his ambitions.
Now as an investigating
officer (I O) I would line up the scientists at Porton Down and look into their
family and political history and their bank accounts to see if they have been
paid a sum lately, their telephone and mobile records, emails and family
history, for Porton is extremely sensitive and highly classified and with the
second attack being near Porton and that THE so called Novichok degrading very
quickly, it is unlikely that the old discarded source would be useful. Could a fresh agent be procured through a
disenchanted worker or scientist at Porton?
2) The timing as a smoke
screen over Brexit failure in negotiations, the success of Russia in beating
back Isis in Syria, The ( BRICS) International Alternative IMB, the failure to
prove doping of athletes and the corrupt set up to do so, the World cup of
Football and the disgusting Arms sales to Saudi Arabia and so many other things
as above in Part 1, the obvious thing is to divert attention and blame as the
Deep State which is world wide and has no official religion, country or moral
ethic and is just headlong into the One World Government, this is sufficient
motivation for an more in depth investigation. The Deep State is so powerful they might block a full investigation or its outcome.
3) There was quick blame
that Russia did it, the Kremlin and
Putin himself ordered it. This without proof, only Russia had this nerve agent, yet
there were books on how to make this agent on Amazon (now removed) and that at
least six other countries had stocks of this and Germany and Austria have it as well. THERE IS STILL NO PROOF.
4) Mafia chemists who are
paid a lot to go rogue have made Heroine derivatives which act like nerve
agents, see the last attack in Amesbury one should consult underworld sources
and informants. There is huge money in the uncontrolled drug markets. (09/07/18 I am sad that Dawn Sturgess dies and condolences to her family, this now shifts to a murder inquiry and for her sake and her family it is for conclusion that the proper perpetrators be found)
5) There has never been a
survivor from Novichok and the symptoms of their attack is strange; with the
first instant one loses control of bowels and urine, as far as I can ascertain
there would be a huge evidence of this, very visible. One tiny amount, say a
half teaspoon would kill ten people or more. There would be no survivors and it would be more or less instantaneous.
6) If you are accused of
a crime you should at least have a proper say in the investigation and sent a
sample of the agent. Why under almost
any decent legal proceedings did not Russia have the chance or opportunity, and a decent investigation that was unbiased and looks would have been very suspicious of why
Britain was reluctant to look into it and supply the request and Russia denied
access to their own citizens?
7) There is no known
antidote to Novichok so how was it that the Hospital did not get contaminated
and the Skripol’s recovered, why were their relatives not allowed to
visit? Sources from Russia said that they scared of
the British reprisals in this set up, they should be allowed free testimony and
not locked away somewhere.
8) Certain areas were not
investigated around the house of the Skripol’s until three weeks later. Officials in Hazard suits were seen doing
seemingly Forensic Work whilst civilians strolled by.
9) Four laboratories were
given samples of the substance apparently found in Salisbury, THE ONE in Switzerland found it was not pure Novichok
it had something like BZ in it, this the media suppressed, an investigation
should be looked into here.;
The substance used on
Sergei Skripal was an agent called BZ, according to Swiss state Spiez lab, the
Russian foreign minister said. The toxin was never produced in Russia, but was in service in
the US, UK, and other NATO states.
Sergei Skripal, a former Russian double agent,
and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with an incapacitating toxin known as
3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate or BZ, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavnov. said,
citing the results of the examination conducted by a Swiss chemical lab that
worked with the samples that London handed over to the Organisation for the
Prohibition of the Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Swiss center sent the results to the OPCW. However, the UN chemical watchdog
limited itself only to confirming the formula of the substance used to poison
the Skripals in its final report without mentioning anything about the other
facts presented in the Swiss document, the Russian foreign minister added. He
went on to say that Moscow would ask the OPCW
about its decision to not include any other information provided by the Swiss
in its report.
said that the Swiss center that assessed the samples is actually the Spiez
Laboratory. This facility is a Swiss state research center controlled by the
Swiss Federal Office for Civil Protection and, ultimately, by the country’s
defense minister. The lab is also an internationally recognized center of
excellence in the field of the nuclear, biological, and chemical protection and
is one of the five centers permanently authorized by the OPCW.
The Russian foreign
minister said that London refused to answer
dozens of “very specific” questions
asked by Moscow about the Salisbury case, as well as to
provide any substantial evidence that could shed light on the incident.
Instead, the UK accused Russia of failing to answer
its own questions, he said, adding that, in fact, London did not ask any
questions but wanted Moscow to admit that it was
responsible for the delivery of the chemical agent to the UK.
The Spiez Laboratory
reflected on Lavrov’s words, tweeting late
Saturday that only the OPCW “can
comment [on] this assertion.”
scandal erupted in early March, when former double agent Sergei Skripal and his
daughter Yulia were found in critical condition in the town of Salisbury. Top UK officials almost
immediately pinned the blame on Russia.
Moscow believes that the
entire Skripal case lacks transparency and that the UK is in fact not
interested in an independent inquiry. "We
get the impression that the British government is deliberately pursuing the
policy of destroying all possible evidence, classifying all remaining materials
and making a transparent investigation impossible," the
Russian ambassador to the UK, Alexander Yakovenko, said during a press
conference on Friday.
10) Then looking at the
brief notes on this investigation one could gather an independent group of
investigators to examine and go further especially into the Part 1 doubt over
the accuser that is Great Britain and request that GB hands over the evidence
and states clearly its evidence and the investigation is already biased by the
GB Government saying ‘ it highly like that it was Russia, we have nothing
against the Russian people only the KREMLIN and Putin (not long before his election) and the fact that Russia interfered
with elections especially when Facebook and Cambridge Analytic were found to be
the culprits and yet Russia Phobia carries on’
11) There are other
points these are the main ones. As of my opinion nothing will come of it, I
feel it is a false flag and that like 9 / 11, the Iraq War, the corruption to force
and threaten OPCW to apportion blame, like the bribe to the Olympic Dope
Testers, and the long awaited reports and investigations such Hutton Inquiry re
Dr David Kelly, Chilcot inquiry re Tony Blair and Princess Diana, plus various
planes shot down MK sagas. They wait a
long time for people to die, evidence removed and so on.
12) The result like the
Litvenka is probably the most investigated and probably was investigated and yet
there were flaws in that but most likely was some Russian agency involved. However all cases must be investigated on each
and not be clouded by what was before or similarities. A truly hard and
difficult thing to do if one is an investigator. In conclusion if the points above were clearly and legally and transparently investigated then through thorough investigative techniques other points and leads would arise. Looking for the nerve agent is most important however talking to the MI5 and MI6 would not assist as if there is a 'dirty tricks or false flag' they would be the likely ones to implement it. They would act from prompts from the cabinet and if as I suspect it is a smoke screen(09/07/18 David Davies resigns as negotiator to Brexit) the same day as that Mrs Sturgess dies, no connection meant here I trust. Let us hope this is not a smokescreen to cover up the Tory Government breakdown and could this thwart the whole Brexit debacle, this ignominious affair and this whole tragic advent hopefully will expose more rigorous and transparent future international events-- however with one the world deep state industrial military complex overshadowing every government, religion cult and all else it is highly unlikely that justice will prevail at least honest truthful justice but the justice of power hungry materialistic dominant psychopaths, socio paths and all those who have lost their moral compass.
Bye For Now
Experts and police it will probably take months or years to resolve this----seems I have heard and read this before.
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