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...You want everyone to be disarmed so that you can get beaten with fists by drunken soccer fans? From my perspective - and the perspective of many other Americans - effective weapons like knives a

Apparently there' been another Novichok incident:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44727191


A couple of comments in the various reports I've read of this are suggesting the police thought the issue was down to a bad batch of smack.....Interestingly that's what they initially thought about Skripal too. 


Presumably they'd have to have some reason to assume that all these people are likely to have taken heroin?


15 hours ago, Lostwingman said:

We're citizens.


That's one word.....

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On 7/9/2018 at 12:59 AM, Ramlaen said:

U.K Brexit Ministers Davis and Baker Quit in Major Blow to May


These guys were in favor of a soft Brexit right?


The blond one has followed (Boris Johnson). None of them were remainers, this is just arch-brexiteers throwing a tantrum because we aren't burning bridges fast enough

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Fuck Boris Johnson & the horse he rode in on.....Two down, several more to go!  ;)


Meanwhile his Orange 'friend' is getting the welcome he deserves:




And the UK press are gleefully rolling with it.....This is gonna be a lot of fun!  :lol:

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32 minutes ago, Sgt.Squarehead said:

This crucial evidence took quite a while to find:




Presumably it was labelled 'Novichock - Made in Russia'.  :rolleyes:


That was a strange turn. Why would they have a deadly nerve agent in their house? It says: 



The working assumption of police is that the bottle was a container discarded after the March poisoning.


But what is someone doing, going around picking up and taking home random bottles they find? Is that common over there? 

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1 hour ago, Lord_James said:

Is that common over there?


Only in the version of reality that Tories live in.....The one where apparent heroin addicts have houses with a market value of £437,000 and governments with nothing to hide go slapping D-Notices on all reporting of certain interesting aspects of these stories.

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4 hours ago, Sgt.Squarehead said:

This crucial evidence took quite a while to find:




Presumably it was labelled 'Novichock - Made in Russia'.  :rolleyes:



Shouldn't they be looked at as suspects as well? Maybe it was them who poisoned the X Russian spy?

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Can't have been.....It was the Russians what done it!  We have been told, officially even!  :rolleyes:


But yeah, why not, it's as good a theory as any in this whole crock of shit.....Keep in mind that Skripal was very likely one of the contributors to the 'Dodgy Dossier' punted to various Democrats (IIRC) in the US by Christopher Steele. 


The connection is a guy named Pablo Miller (MI6), all reporting of his involvement is under a D-Notice.



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20 minutes ago, Jeeps_Guns_Tanks said:



Shouldn't they be looked at as suspects as well? Maybe it was them who poisoned the X Russian spy?


The quote I pulled from the article says the police think the couple found the bottle afterwards... 




*puts on tinfoil hat


Then again, that might just be what they want you to think! *obligatory X-files music

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5 minutes ago, Lord_James said:

*puts on tinfoil hat


Why the fuck would you do that.....The government are slapping D-Notices on the story, The head of Porton Down flatly & bluntly refutes the government line, Novichock is first rapidly degraded by the environment (12 March) and then incredibly persistent (5 July).....The list of inconsistencies, contradictions and flagrant lies goes on and on and on.  :rolleyes:

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