Sivad wrote:Their physical location is not the issue. The issue is independent skeptical journalists don't have access to the Skripals. The state has only provided extremely limited access to state approved establishment media outlets . That's good enough for the babbitts and the state knows it doesn't need to sell 'the reality-based community' on its narrative because there just aren't enough people grounded in reality to matter politically. Consensus reality is a joke.
You may be unhappy with the restricted media access, but again that's neither suspicious nor inconsistent with the Skripals being assassinated by Russian agents. It's exactly what one would expect of any government dealing with such an issue.
I have no problem with people being skeptical and looking for inconsistencies but you guys have to do better than what has been presented in this thread.
ingliz wrote:Is this just another coincidence?
The country’s leading experts in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear warfare were staging a mock chemical attack in the Salisbury area, the same day the Skripals were poisoned.
Whoa, very suspicious! Drawing attention to Salisbury by way of a military exercise is precisely what the UK government would do if they wanted to poison the Skripals and blame Russia.
Seriously, these exercises are carried out every year and Salisbury happens to be the largest military training area in the UK.