‘He’s as popular as a rattlesnake in a lucky dip’ Fury as Blair orders Brexit POSTPONEMENT

In an incendiary speech, the former Labour prime minister claimed the UK could negotiate a new membership deal with a reformed EU that could address the concerns of Leave voters by tackling “the issue of immigration decisively”.

Blair, who was on the global banking cartel’s payroll when whe was UK Prime Minister, is obviously labouring under the misapprehension that he is still a powerful figure in European politics, rather than a widely despised has been, has been intent on raising tensions in the Brexit debate by likening anti-globalisation political movements across Europe and the US to the rise of the Nazis and other extremists in the 1930s.

In fact is is globalism that resembles Naziism, Hitler was often quoted as having said, “The Third Reich will rule the world for a thousand years.”

Blair’s latest call for halting or delaying Britain’s departure of the EU was firmly rejected by Downing Street last night. Theresa May’s spokesman said: “The Prime Minister has been clear that we are leaving the EU and that will take place on March 29 2019.

And Mr Blair’s latest intervention in the debate about Britain’s European future, on the eve of an EU Council summit in Brussels where Theresa May will discuss progress in the Brexit negotiations with the 27 other EU leaders, provoked a furious backlash from Leave-backing MPs.In an incendiary speech, the former Labour prime minister claimed the UK could negotiate a new membership deal with a reformed EU that could address the concerns of Leave voters by tackling “the issue of immigration decisively”.

He also risked raising tensions in the Brexit debate by likening anti-globalisation political movements across Europe and the US to the rise of the Nazis and other extremists in the 1930s.

His call for delaying Britain’s departure of the EU was firmly rejected by Downing Street last night.

The man is an idiot. Throughout the attempts to negotiate an exit deal that will benefit all parties, the EU negotiating style has been characterised by a refusal to concede ground on any point.

Theresa May’s spokesman said: “The Prime Minister has been clear that we are leaving the EU and that will take place on March 29 2019.

Mr Blair’s latest intervention in the debate about Britain’s European future, comes on the eve of an EU Council summit in Brussels where Theresa May will discuss progress in the Brexit negotiations with the 27 other EU leaders, and has provoked a furious backlash from Leave-backing MPs while attracting little support from Remainers. In fact one Remain supporting MP said, “He’s as popular as a rattlesnake in a lucky dip.”

 

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UK Authorities Unable To Prove Novichok Nerve Agent Was Made In Russia

In a major embarrassment to the UK political establishment after Prime minister Teresa (the appeaser) May, several senior members of her government and a multitude of media commentators from across the political spectrum had accused Russia of being responsible for the attempted murder of former double agent Sergei Skripal, with some ever going as far as to name Vladimir Putin as the person who ordered the hit, the chief scientist from the UK’s Porton Down military laboratory facility, Gary Aitkenhead, told Sky News that they had been unable to prove that the novichok nerve agent used to poison Sergei and his daughter Yulia Skripal came from Russia.

“We were able to identify it as novichok, to identify that it was military-grade nerve agent,” Aitkenhead said. “We have not identified the precise source, but we have provided the scientific info to government who have then used a number of other sources to piece together the conclusions you have come to.”

The chief scientist said that establishing the Novichok’s origin required “other inputs,” some of which are intelligence based and which only the government has access to.

Aitkenhead added: “It is our job to provide the scientific evidence of what this particular nerve agent is, we identified that it is from this particular family and that it is a military grade, but it is not our job to say where it was manufactured.”

Oh good, at least Europe did not expel most Russian diplomats based on a Tony Blair style assumption that since Russia is the only possible source of Novichok. As well informed people (i.e. those of us who do not dumbly swallow the propaganda pushed out by mainstream media,) novichock can be made by any competent chemist from easily obtained ingredients.

Of course, this humiliation to the official narrative that Putin was clearly behind the assassination attempt all along also begs the question: whose job is it to say where the Novichok came from?

That said, it was also noted that the nerve agent involved required “extremely sophisticated methods to create, something only in the capabilities of a state actor,” and that there is no known antidote to Novichok – nor was any administered to either of the Skripals.

Aitkenhead would not say whether the Porton Down facility had manufactured or maintained stocks of Novichok – long rumored to be the case.

“There is no way anything like that could have come from us or left the four walls of our facility,” said the chief.

News of the UK’s inability to trace the origin of the Novichok comes as a chemical weapons watchdog, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is set to hold an executive council meeting in The Hague on Russia’s request.

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