Theresa May could order a cyber attack against Russia in retaliation for the nerve-agent strike as part of a secret package of measures to hurt Putin | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Theresa May could order a cyber attack against Russia in retaliation for the nerve-agent strike as part of a secret package of measures to hurt Putin

Theresa May will decide on a range of sanctions over the next 24 hours
She will also draw up a secret package of measures against Russia
This could include targeting the Kremlin’s propaganda machine

Theresa May could order a cyber attack against Russia in retaliation for the attack after examining her diplomatic, economic and military options.

She will decide on a range of sanctions over the next 24 hours after urgent talks with Nato, the United Nations, EU and US.

The Prime Minister will also draw up a secret package of measures against Russia which will never be revealed.

This could include targeting the Kremlin’s propaganda machine. Whitehall sources said yesterday they were accelerating their offensive cyber programme and could hit select targets for a specific effect.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am having a double face-palm, at warp speed, upon reading this.

And this morning comes news of the following, also in London:

Russian mogul Nikolai Glushkov found dead in ‘unexplained circumstances’ with ‘strangulation marks’ at London home

The article goes on to state:

"COUNTER terror police are investigating the death of exiled anti-Putin Russian mogul Nikolai Glushkov at his London home.

Cops say the 68-year-old's death is "unexplained" after his body was found with 'strangulation marks' just before 11pm last night.

What we know so far:

Anti-Putin Russian mogul Nikolai Glushkov was found dead with 'strangulation marks' at around 10.46pm last night
Met Police confirmed the 68-year-old's death at his home in New Malden, South West London is being treated as 'unexplained'.
Glushkov was a close friend of Putin critic Boris Berezovsky, who was discovered dead in 2013 in an apparent suicide.
He was former deputy of Russian state airline Aeroflot and spent five years in jail due to money laundering and fraud.
It comes after ex Russian spy Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia were poisoned in Salisbury using a nerve agent manufactured in Russia."

I have to, honestly reserve judgement here, because neither the Skirpal attempted poisonings (which hit a lot of people, other than the intended victims) and this apparent strangulation, have any signature sense of Putin's touch on them. In fact, both look like clumsy attempts to get the UK and Russia at each others' throats.

And remember: from a story posted at blacklistednews.com this morning:

SKRIPAL CRISIS: RUSSIA REJECTS UK ULTIMATUM; DEMANDS CHEMICAL SAMPLES

The story goes on to state:

"Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has dismissed Britain’s claim of Russia’s involvement in Skripal’s poisoning as “nonsense”. He has also said that Britain has refused Russia’s offer of cooperation to solve the case, and has also refused what he called Russia’s “legal request” for samples of the chemical used to attack Skripal so that Russia can carry out its own tests.

Latest reports also say that the Russians have summoned the British ambassador to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

That the Russians have rejected yesterday’s British ultimatum will surprise no-one. I would however point out how completely bizarre this whole situation has become.

The Russians are being asked to provide proof of their innocence – already a bizarre request – whilst being denied the evidence which supposedly ‘proves’ their guilt.

Would Putin be demanding samples of the nerve agent if the Russians had actually done this attempted poisoning?!?

Logic says, NO.

I just hope that cooler heads prevail in both Moscow, and London.

I have to ask, cue bono?!? What international players benefit from such actions?!?

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