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Desc:The murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 was 'probably' approved by Putin
Category:News & Politics, Crime
Tags:russia, kgb, Putin, Litvinenko, MI6
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baleen - 2016-01-22

Don't let SolRo know, this would break his heart.

EvilHomer - 2016-01-22

No, if it were true, it would have been reported on RT.

namtar - 2016-01-22

It actually was reported on RT, they called the report's conclusions curious and questionable.


EvilHomer - 2016-01-22

Well, there you go, fake as I suspected. If anyone knows what's what with Putin, it's his old pals at RT.

EvilHomer - 2016-01-22

On a totally unrelated note, I remember listening to a podcast some months ago where a frequent contributor to RT was talking about her experiences with that channel: how it was great to be able to go on RT and talk about all sorts of issues which the corporate American media didn't want to touch. But one time she tried to drop some dirt on Putin, and RT immediately shut her down - apparently, they give people given free reign to talk as much smack as possible about things like Obama, globalization, and the War on Terror, but they aren't allowed to say anything negative about Putin.

Which is strange, given that RT is financed by the Russian government; you'd think that the Russian government would love to see reporters critiquing Mr Putin, because constructive criticism can be really helpful, and how else will Mr Putin know what things he needs to work on?

baleen - 2016-01-22

RT was created by Putin as a propaganda alternative to the BBC.
Unlike the BBC, which is required by law to offer a platform for varying levels of political criticism from different segments of the population, RT offers very little actual commentary on RUSSIA.

Yes, Putin the savior is beyond criticism, because if we let too many negative voices against Putin in, the fragile coalition of fear that he built could crumble and the 1990's might happen all over again. I have spoken with otherwise intelligent Russians that believe the Putin phenomenon is necessary at whatever cost, because what if he wasn't around? It would just be the Jew-controlled media and the BBC. And that's a world nobody should ever live in.

The Mothership - 2016-01-22

In other news, the sky is blue.

SolRo - 2016-01-22

They have 'maybe' have rock solid evidence, and it 'possibly' isn't based purely on conjecture. Or not.

Dumbasses like baleen are too dumb to even consider that a defector spreading lies to the west is more useful to Putin alive than dead, because whenever the west attacks Putin, his support goes up.

Also litvenko was investigating the people that killed him for corruption as a side job...Occam's razor dictates that what 'probably' happened is that the corrupt people killed him on their own because their jobs actually were in danger. But Putin is to the west what Obama is to republicans...-everything- is his fault.

wtf japan - 2016-01-23

Unless those lies weren't lies.

I like the ones about Putin being a pedophile. Saucy, yet utterly believable.

EvilHomer - 2016-01-23

I'm sure Mr Baleen has "considered" that particular conspiracy theory - the question is, what evidence is there to support it?

SolRo - 2016-01-23

Or he was just another 'Curveball' telling you idiots exactly what you wanted to hear.

baleen - 2016-01-23

You really are a precious flower, solro.

EvilHomer - 2016-01-23

What I *want* to hear is that Putin is a very nice man, that the War on Terror is ending tonight, and that Fluttershy will fly into town tomorrow to award me the Nobel Prize for Being Cool. What I *want* to hear, and what is *real*, are often very different things.

Again I ask - what evidence do you have? Do you trust Putin out of blind faith, or do you have documentable reasons for doing so?

SolRo - 2016-01-23

Guilty until proven innocent on the internet?

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