Portonblimp Down – A Tale By Boris Johnson 484


“Comrade Putin, we have successfully stockpiled novichoks in secret for ten years, and kept them hidden from the OPCW inspectors. We have also trained our agents in secret novichok assassination techniques. The programme has cost hundreds of millions of dollars, but now we are ready. Naturally, the first time we use it we will expose our secret and suffer massive international blowback. So who should be our first target? The head of a foreign intelligence agency? A leading jihadist rebel in Syria? A key nuclear scientist? Even a Head of State?”

“No, Tovarich. There is this old retired guy I know living in Salisbury. We released him from jail years ago…”

WARNING If you harbour any doubts at all about the plausibility of Mr Johnson’s story, you are a crazed conspiracy theorist and a traitor. Plus you will never, ever get employed in the BBC or corporate media.


484 thoughts on “Portonblimp Down – A Tale By Boris Johnson

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    • Gideon Blackmarsh

      Good question. I suspect that one difference is that nerve agents are man-made whereas there are naturally occuring poisons as well as man-made ones. But the short answer is I don’t really know.

    • DDTea

      The term “nerve agent” refers to a class of synthetic chemical warfare agents, typically those that inhibit acetylcholinesterase (AChE). This principally describes organophosphates, phosphonates, but in principle may also include carbamates. It gets ambiguous when other neurotoxic, but non-AChE inhibiting chemicals are considered (e.g., tetramethylenedisulfotetramine, bicyclophosphates…). But I think this should be a workable definition.

      “Poison” is a broad term. It includes any chemical, natural or synthetic, that causes cell damage or death.

      • Naish

        As I understand it the doctor said that no patients had symptoms of nerve agent poisoning, but three patients had symptoms of poisoning. So the distinction is crucial.

  • alan b

    also dont forget here that washington have nailed their colours to the mast in the action of moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Effecting a fundamental solidarity to Israels claim to their God given city.

  • Shahna

    The very same people who brought us The Great Adventure 1.0 are now setting the stage for The Greater Adventure 2.0.

    And the millions of people (again) protesting on their streets will be denied permits, set up for accusations of inciting violence and kettled.
    After all, this is democracy – Western style.

  • M.J.

    This is a strong argument against Russian involvement – how would it help their interests to kill someone they released as part of a deal, since it would make such deals difficult or impossible in future?
    However the Israeli false flag theory also has a serious difficulty. Mossad didn’t evne do a kidnap on UK soil. Why would they risk attempting murder?
    A rogue agent may be a better theory, but such weapons are surrounded by the tightest security (I would hope).
    Craig, if you had to guess, where would you point the finger -or perhaps even you are not sure who did it?

  • Ian Fantom

    “… and we will meddle with British politics by setting up a Don’t Be So Bloody Stupid Party to challenge the huge parliamentary majority of the ruling party, Likud.”

  • Mikael Kall

    Thierry Meyssan (20.3.) wrote an interesting article:
    “The British government and certain of its allies, including US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have attempted to launch a Cold War against Russia.
    Their plan was to fabricate an attack against an ex-double agent in Salisbury and at the same time a chemical attack against the « moderate rebels » in the Ghouta. The conspirators’ intention was to profit from the efforts of Syria to liberate the suburbs of its capital city and the disorganisation of Russia on the occasion of its Presidential election. Had these manipulations worked, the United Kingdom would have pushed the USA to bomb Damascus, including the Presidential palace, and demand that the United Nations General Assembly exclude Russia from the Security Council.
    (…)
    The Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs published a Press release condemning a possible US military intervention, and announcing that if Russian citizens were harmed in Damascus, Moscow would riposte proportionally, since the Russian President is constitutionally responsible for the security of his fellow citizens.
    Bypassing the official diplomatic channels, Russian Chief of Staff General Valeri Guerassimov contacted his US counterpart General Joseph Dunford to inform him of his fear of a false flag chemical attack in Ghouta. Dunford took this information vey seriously, and alerted US Defense Secretary General Jim Mattis, who referred the matter to President Donald Trump. In view of the Russian insistence that this piece of foul play was being prepared without the knowledge of the Pentagon, the White House asked the Director of the CIA, Mike Pompeo, to identify those responsible for the conspiracy.
    We do not know the result of this internal enquiry, but President Trump acquired the conviction that his Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, was implicated. The Secretary of State was immediately asked to interrupt his official journey in Africa and return to Washington.” (….)

    President Trump announced on Twitter that he had fired his Secretary of State, with whom he had not yet been in contact. He was replaced by Mike Pompeo, ex-Director of the CIA, who, the night before, had confirmed the authenticity of the Russian information transmitted by General Dunford. On his arrival in Washington, Tillerson obtained confirmation of his dismissal from White House General Secretary General John Kelly.”
    (…)
    “While Washington was still in shock, Theresa May spoke once again before the House of Commons to develop her accusation, while all around the world, British diplomats spoke to numerous inter-governmental organisations in order to broadcast the message. Responding to the Prime Minister, Blairist deputy Chris Leslie qualified Russia as a rogue state and demanded its suspension from the UN Security Council. Theresa May agreed to examine the question, but stressed that the outcome could only be decided by the General Assembly in order to avoid the Russian veto. (…)

    “In New York, the permanent representative of Russia, Vasily Nebenzya, proposed to the members of the Security Council that they adopt a declaration attesting to their common will to shed light on the attack in Salisbury and handing over the enquiry to the OPCW in the respect of international procedures. But the United Kingdom refused any text which did not contain the expression that Russia was « probably responsible » for the attack. ” (Thierry Meyssan)
    http://www.voltairenet.org/article200232.html

  • Harry Law

    I must say that letter from Salisbury Hospital Consultant Davies has been commented on over and over again, it might seem slightly ambiguous to many people, therefore in the interests of the public it should be corrected to remove any ambiguity.

  • prj

    If he was part of a prisoner exchange he would be considered an asset. Did he become an expendable asset?

  • Durak

    “Boris Johnson says World Cup in Russia will be like Hitler hosting Olympics in 1936”

    This guy is unstable.

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