—but that Foreign Minister Lavrov responded to by pointing out that the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (that both the UK and Russia are signatories to) is the proper place for these issues to be examined, and whose Chemical Weapons Convention outlines the entire investigative process to be used—but that the British outright rejected by saying, in essence, that everyone should believe what they say without proof.
With Russia reporting the true facts of this “false flag” event, however, this report notes, Britain’s media regulator Ofcom now says that it will “consider the implications for RT’s broadcast licenses” if it’s determined there was “an unlawful use of force by the Russian state against the UK” in the supposed poisoning of Sergei Skripal—but that the Security Council calls another attempt by the British to keep their citizens from discovering the truth—and that follows their 2016 closing of RT’s bank accounts for no reason whatsoever as tyrant-run nations always do to keep the truth hidden.
While dealing with the British insanity surrounding their “false flag” made up Novichok nerve agent attack charade, this report continues, Russian officials became alarmed yesterday when US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (whom Trump had sidelined while negotiating with North Korea) became unhinged by declaring his support for the British with his stating that the UK spy poisoning “clearly came from Russia”, though he had not been presented any evidence—and his then ordering his UN Ambassador Nikki Haley to threaten strikes on Syria—with Russia quickly warning of the “grave consequences” if that occurred and stating: “Mrs. Haley should understand that it is one thing to irresponsibly exploit the microphone in the UN Security Council and it is another thing when both the Russian and American militaries have communication channels and it is clearly stated via these channels what can be done and what must not be done.”
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