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Renewable Terror
PJ Media, by Richard Fernandez

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Posted By:Hazymac, 3/6/2018 2:16:06 PM

The poisoning in Britain, probably by the Kremlin, of Sergei Skripal "a former Russian army officer who was convicted of spying for the United Kingdom" illustrates the Western dilemma in dealing with Putin. Because Russia is a nuclear armed state, no British government wants to risk retaliation for provocations because no single life, not even that of a protected ex-British agent is worth hazarding conflict. Skripal was among several exchanged for Russian spies belonging to the Illegals ring of sleeper agents, which was broken up by the FBI in June, 2010. He was found delirious on a British park bench along


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Reply 1 - Posted by: BarryNo, 3/6/2018 2:38:21 PM     (No. 11564106)


Assassinate him.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Nevadadad46, 3/6/2018 2:58:17 PM     (No. 11564122)

Almost all (I say ´almost´ because even I do not know the source for all wars) the wars fought since the American Revolutionary war have been economic wars with, basically, energy at the center. Even though we do not get directly into the raw energy demands in the economic aspect until WWI, we see the emergence to the primary cause of war is energy resources by WWII. Modern wars are always fought over energy and the resources of energy. To deny energy as the prime strategic commodity nations are willing to murder millions of people for is to deny reality. Oil! Any nation that can become energy independent will find itself in the cross hairs of competitors who would either take to war to obtain the resources or take to war to deny that nation of the resource. Put oddly but accurately, Energy is Power!

All these people rushing to embrace the idiotic false idol of "green energy" are playing directly into the pragmatic national leader´s hands. They make it easy for tyrants to control anything they want if they have or have not energy at their fingertips. We are, like it or not, slaves to the Oil Barons, be they corporations or Governments. This alone, IMHO, is exactly why nuclear power was so reviled. It is the key to this Oligarchy of Oil Barons. They are murdering the world for it. To abandon an unlimited energy resource available to everyone- nuclear- is to voluntarily march into the slave barns.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Clinger, 3/6/2018 4:41:34 PM     (No. 11564207)

Well said #2. I firmly believe that the Gulf war, both phases, was all about letting Saudi Arabia go all Edgar Bergen on us due to our foolish dependece. Nobody can admit that truth. We´d rather fret over the keystone pipelines impact on sage grouse.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Hazymac, 3/6/2018 4:49:46 PM     (No. 11564213)

As regards any of his perceived political enemies, Stalin liked to settle debts permanently. Shudder inside at Wretchard´s reference to Ramón Mercader, Lev Davidovich Bronshtein´s (Trotsky) assassin, who did his version of the old juvenile delinquent Halloween pumpkin routine with the coming together of the sharp, pointed tip of his ice ax and Trotsky´s inner brain. Not good for someone at the scene.

(What does Trotsky say after Ramón´s swing? "Owwwwwww! Don´t ever do that again! Don´t you know who I am, you Sik sukum sin. Now if you don´t mind I need some Bufferin real bad. I´ve got a splitting headache.")

(And what did Ramón say after seeing that his ice ax had just plunged five inches deep--all the way to the handle, the hilt--into Trotsky´s head? Maybe ... "Whoa, man. [Expletive] Sorry, Lev. I meant to share that coconut over there with you along with our pina coladas, but I got disoriented and swung at the wrong darn round thing. Both kind of brown and hairy. I´m real, real sorry. But from where I stand, and from where you´re not standing, better you than me. Later, sucker.")

Trotsky´s wound was not instantly fatal but mortal within a day, similar to the methods both the old USSR and Putin´s Russia now have employed to do political murder. "(O)ld USSR and Putin"? I repeat myself. Putin was a Soviet KGB operator before that operation was rebranded as the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR).

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Bighambone, 3/7/2018 1:32:19 AM     (No. 11564458)

The incident in England really has nothing to do with the English. It was all about sending a signal to Russians that if they take the chance, now or in the future, and spy for the West against Russia, that sooner or later they will be killed.

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