📰 The most exciting thing to happen in Salisbury since Stonehenge was created

:newspaper: The most exciting thing to happen in Salisbury since Stonehenge was created
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#1223

Maybes?

A bit like yours then?

Lets do probability, thats all I’ve been saying in all of this and I am still going with that.

You?


#1224

Have you read it? It’s ridiculous, constantly using terms like.
*On the assumption"
“team hypothesised”
And my personal favourite
“shared the conviction”
Now doesn’t it bother you that 100% of our press are quoting this as fact without a single question?
That’s propaganda, pure and simple.


#1225

A bit like your RT quotes, strange how you agree with them as they fit in with your agenda.

Probability.


#1226

Thought you objected to whataboutery?


#1227

Whats good for the goose.


#1228

I have quoted rt once, in reply to you going on about them. I don’t read rt, as there is the worry that they’ll turn out as bad as the BBC.
So you’re making shit up again.

That the bellendcat story is bullshit.
Very high.


#1229

Dude, whattaboutery is your modus operandi.

As soon as you can’t answer, you jump onto something else.

One other point. What you know about probability I could write on my cock. And I can’t even write the word “probability” on my cock.

My advice to you is to think more and type less. It has about a 0.1% probability of happening, and that’s me being optimistic.


#1230

Probability of the Russians being involved?

Higher.
Far far higher.

Its just the tin foilers, major nations seem to agree, or the ones Russia can’t buy with cheap fuel exports.


#1231

Are you the guy that lives in Edinburgh?


#1232

Can you explain the basis of probability please?

I genuinely don’t think you have a clue what it is, despite it being a core component of the GCSE maths syllabus.


#1233

The probability of Russians being involved in this is high due to what has been shown to the public.
On that basis its highly likely the was Russian involvement.

Its rather simple.

What do you believe Pap?

Give me you explanation as opposed to tin foiler denials.


#1234

And don’t forget it’s very likely that the Government has not released more details about this case as it would eventually make it harder to prosecute.


#1235

The government have had the opportunity to interview these suspects for about a month now. It has not taken Moscow up on the offer. If they’re not interested in interviewing the suspects, they’re not looking to prosecute.


#1236

I thought the point was they would consider it, in accordance with their own laws, in their own country, and would need all evidence to be handed over as it would be a joint investigation?

If the Russians were sure of their innocence, they would send them over.


#1237

You honestly think there will be some sort of trial?


#1238

Why would a Russian be scared of slushy snow?


#1239

No, absolutely not - the reason the UK are keeping the evidence back is to allow Russia to stitch itself up. The amazing inconsistencies with their story in relation to the weather, where they went, the Wikipedia definition of Salisbury has already made the Russian’s look guilty to most. We are yet to hear yet from the Russians on Bellingcat’s findings. If they are wrong, the Russian’s will come out and prove they’re wrong as they are going to get hit by hard sanctions over this.


#1240

:astonished: Have you seen what the girls were wearing??

flip-flops


#1241

And the inconsistencies on our side? How’s the myth busting going? Still a problem with the door knob timeline. What is the probability that the Skripal’s would recover from such a deadly nerve agent? In fact, to look healthier than they did before? Have we heard from them since March?
What about the senior consultant from Salisbury hospital who stated that no patients had been treated for nerve agent poisoning?
I have no doubt that Russia was involved in some way. Quite possibly meeting with skripal. But do I believe that these senior intelligence officer’s and heroes of Russia went twice to Salisbury, on the train in broad daylight, smeared novichok on a door handle in the hope that it wouldn’t wash off and would kill the right bloke? Then weren’t bothered about cctv, traceable passports and dumping nerve agent in a skip?
Who is set to gain from all of this?
Fishy I tell thee.


#1242

Thats good enough for me.