If Russia wanted to poison Navalny, he would be dead, says Putin.
How did Russian hackers gain access to US computers?
In an incredible display of propaganda and begging by the Russian regime, the President of Russia is accusing the opposition leader of poisoning Navalny, a Russian opposition leader. The accusation came during a heated debate on CNN, which you know for whatever reason you are inclined to support the government line, in this case, that Navalny was poisoned by the “opposition”. But if Russia really wanted to poison Navalny, he would be right, says Putin. And what’s so interesting about it?
Let me give you an example. A few years ago, we were having a conversation with an acquaintance in Sweden. He told us that he had lived in Russia for the past eight years. He said he had lived in Kiribati, Borneo, and even Moldova. He said that Moldovans were very upset with us and he even spoke to the President of Moldova.
Well, the truth is that he met the President of Moldova, but not in any official capacity. He said he worked with some Moldovans who were involved in politics, trade and business. We asked why the Russian president accused Navalny of poisoning him. His answer? “Because Navalny is a good leader of the opposition, a lover of freedom and human rights, and he threatens the powers that they are.” Interesting, indeed.
Well, there’s a lot more to this story than what was posted here, but I think you get the point. As you can see, the Soviets are protecting their president, not the opposition. This is a major blow and shows how weak and ineffective the opposition is. In fact, it is not the first time that a former president has blamed the United States for acts of sabotage during the Soviet era. After all, during the Cold War, the CIA and the Russians together ran a program code-named Operation Purity of Secrets, which allowed Russian agents to steal documents from the Soviet Union.
On the same day that Russia Today released its news about Navalny, the head of the Russian presidential administration had a meeting with his British counterpart, Sir Michael Caine. At the end of the day, Caine said he thought the report combined with, and the Russian exit proved nothing. However, he also added that he hoped that both countries could continue to work together. When pressed on exactly what he meant by that, Caine repeatedly stated that he was unaware of such a meeting, stating that he knew nothing about such rumors. This left many wondering if the Russian rumors are true.
When asked if there was any truth to these rumors, UK Department of Commerce and Business spokesman Matthew Taylor said that “Navalny has nothing to do with the Russians. He has nothing to do with the British. There was reports about the two countries working in parallel, but I don’t think anyone ever confirmed something like that. ” He went on to say that the Russian exit that reported Navalny’s meeting with the British did not mention the UK or name the country.
When asked about the veracity of the rumors, Caine again refused to confirm or deny the allegations saying they were “ridiculous and false”. Caine also said he didn’t know anything about it, but he also added: “I have nothing to do with it, neither do the British. I am not an American citizen and I am not a British citizen. I am an American living in England. He continued saying that if Russia really had something against the United States and wanted to put the American people in danger, then he would advise his Russian visitors to stay away from the United States.
Many Americans do not believe that the United Kingdom is protecting America. According to them, the Royal Navy is not taking care of the good guys. Instead, he is taking care of the bad guys. If Russia really had something against the United States and wanted to poison Navalny, they would have taken it all the way, according to the British. In fact, British intelligence believes that the reason why Russian hackers dropped parts of the US defense force’s computers was to obtain information from the United States Special Forces.