Discussion in 'Military News and Clips' started by Chelonian, Mar 5, 2018.
Seen this article buried on afew news sites. If its true then its an explosive realisation. Link
Seemed to say Russia has (deliberately or not) misinterpreted the Swiss labs findings - given that the lab itself denies that it’s proved Novichok (which scarily was just in autotype in my phone without me ever having typed it?!?!) was not used.
What, Russia is claiming the lab reckons it was VX? They seem to be the only ones that think this.
Just seen this, on a similar tack. Equally as plausible ...
What happened in Salisbury has been disputed by Russian journalists.
Analysts say Russia is waging an information war against the news. What does a typical case look like?
Another illustration of the power of social media and the increasing use of the words "fake news" to discredit disinformation or factual information you wish to discredit.
For those that use Faceache - how many times have you seen your otherwise intelligent friend re-post nonsense such as the; "new Facebook algorithm only lets me see posts from 25 people, please post on my timeline....".
This sums it up nicely:
Two suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK have said they were merely tourists.
Even Russians are mocking their own spies over the TV interview with two "architecture enthusiasts".
Got to smile at the BBC's claim that RT is Kremlin funded, oh the irony is lost on them.
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