Digital Empire

Anytime an MSM news article starts with “In a misty cave long forgotten on a faraway land somewhere ago,” it’s going to be filled with fiction. The BBC published an article about a professor Paul McKeigue yesterday, claiming that this professor received missives from an impostor pretending to be a Russian spy. It was the BBC’s attempt at covering up the massive chemical weapons blunder in 2017.

In 2017, the intelligence community released a report claiming that Assad had used chemical weapons on a village called Khan Shaykhun.  The intent was to use this report as a blanket justification for every previous allegation of chemical weapons use, and to use this as political leverage to gain the public’s approval for a ground invasion on Syria.

I mean if you really think about it, why would we care what happens in the espionage world? I just want to find peace and…

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