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Mar 23, 2018

[Incident of Russian spy poisoning in British] British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson shouts abusive language: “President Putin gave an order” without providing any evidence

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[Incident of Russian spy poisoning in British] British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson shouts abusive language: “President Putin gave an order” without providing any evidence
According to the article below, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson claimed that it was highly likely that President Putin gave an order in the incident of Russian spy poisoning in Britain. What an unbelievably abusive language! It is difficult to understand that a foreign secretary remarked such conspiracy theory without providing any evidence. It is hard to avoid thinking that there must be something which has made them driven into a corner.

Mr. mko points out that a Russian spy incident was created to divert public attention from the truth in Eastern Ghouta. They have a plot to carry out a false flag operation, in which the use of chemical weapons by Syrian government is cooked up, in order to launch an air strike on Damascus. However, the plot has been foiled by Russia. What Mr. mko points out is very convincing.

Thousands of citizens in Eastern Ghouta have been saved by the Syrian government army and we see children with a smile on their face. This situation contradicts the campaign which claims “the Assad regime has slaughtered citizens,” which makes the U.S. and UK lose their prestige.

Demonization of Russia is the simplest way to diver public attention from the truth. To put it the other way around, it indicates that they cannot maintain power unless playing dirty this much. I feel that it is just a matter of time before they are destroyed.

March 17, 2018
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.


Partial translation of an excerpt from the Japanese version of Sputnik – March 17, 2018 –

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson: It is likely that the use of never agent in Britain was ordered by Mr. Putin.

With regard to the incident of alleged nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson claimed that it was highly likely that the order was given by President Putin.

Sputnik Japan

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In response to Johnson’s remark, Kremlin spokesman Dimitry Peskov slammed that Russia has nothing to do with this story and any reference or mentioning of our President is nothing else but shocking and unpardonable diplomatic conduct.

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mko
@trappedsoldier

The RIA new agency also quoted Russian Major General Vladimir Zoltskin as saying on Thursday that, "We expect no less than 13,000 people to have left by the end of the day."
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley hysterically shouted: “Women and children are being killed. Save Ghouta”
Was a Russian spy incident created to divert attention from the truth?
15:53- March 16, 2016

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