This whole situation stinks.
Everything at the moment is Russia Russia Russia.
We’ve been told over and over that they meddled in the US elections. Then they decided to ‘look into’ Russian interference with Brexit. Then the multiple elections across Europe. Russia meddling in Syria “supporting Assad the murderous dictator”. Now we have this “military grade Russian nerve agent” used on British soil to kill and ex spy. Now some other guy has turned up dead.
They’ve done a job of getting ‘Russia are the bad guys’ into the heads of the masses. Next step is these chemical weapons, which by they way, is a term they have been using specifically, and most likely because it’s a key phrase like when it was used for invading Iraq. It wouldn’t surprise me if they started linking Assad and Syria into this particular equation seeing as they’ve done the chemical weapon thing over there a few times.
It’s quite clear that this is a huge smear campaign against Russia. Not only are they painting them as the enemy and dropping the ‘chemical weapons’ narrative, they’re also going after them financially.
One thing I will not be surprised about is if there were to be some kind of false flag at the World Cup later this year. It’s almost being set up perfectly.
- Russia hacking the US elections.
- Russia linked with Brexit.
- Russia interfering with elections in Europe.
- Russia backing Assad in Syria.
- Spy poisoned on British soil.
- Russia used ‘military grade nerve agent’ on British soil.
- Russian turns up dead in London.
- Britain going after Russian money in London.
- Britain going after RT to get it taken off air.
- Talks of boycotting the World Cup.
It’s almost like they’re going after Russia financially to threaten them. And they’re building up the narrative at the same time to go after them forcefully if needed. Both, I think, are to get Russia out of Syria. They either threaten them financially and get them to pull out, or they step up pressure and get them to pull their forces out in the event of needing them back in Russia. And it all makes sense because Britain is part of the wider globalist effort on the opposite side of the war in Syria.