ナヴァルニー偽旗事件: ずくなしの冷や水

2020年09月23日

ナヴァルニー偽旗事件

ナヴァルニーの事件で西側が作り上げたストーリーは、ずさんです。
ドイツは、軍の研究所が英国の研究所の助けを得てナヴァルニーの体液からノビチョーク類似の成分を検出したと主張していますが、ロシアがナヴァルニーの体液を保存していることがわかってから、ノビチョーク類似の成分が側近が持っていた水瓶から検出されたと言い始めました。
ですが、それなら水瓶を持っていた側近がなんらの体調不調を起こさなかったことに疑問が生じます。
そして、今度はノビチョークとは異なる別の毒物が使われたと言い出しました。
この事件は、ナヴァルニーの家族や側近もグルのようです。ナヴァルニーに何か起きれば、ドイツに連れ出すことは予め合意されていた。血糖値の低下で倒れることも予想されていたのかもしれません。ナヴァルニーは酒は飲まないとされながら前夜に飲んでいたことがわかっています。前夜の過度の飲酒で当日朝から何も食べていなかったことが血糖値の低下を引き起こしたとも見られます。
ドイツが化学兵器禁止機関(OPCW)にナヴァルニーのデータを示したとされます。これまでロシアの要求にも関わらず提供しなかった資料です。
さて、どんな展開を見せるか。

ロシアは、ナヴァルニーの旅行に英国人女性が同行していたことも把握しています。ロシアは反撃材料を小出しにして使うでしょう。

ナヴァルニーは、ロシアに帰る意向のようです。スクリパル父子のように行方不明にはならない。ナヴァルニーは記憶を失っていないそうですから、倒れるまでの経過は覚えている。トイレを使ってから倒れていますからトイレで何か飲んだのか。それとも空港で飲んだ何かが原因なのか。

ナヴァルニーはロシア叩きの偽旗作戦に自分が使われたことに感づいている? ロシアに帰って当局の調査に協力しないわけにはいかないでしょう。英国情報機関のエージェントの役割もわかってきます。

ドイツよりも英国のほうがナヴァルニーが死ななかったことで困っている? ナヴァルニーが薬物中毒のために薬品の効き方が予定と異なったとの説もあります。

英国の情報機関としてはナヴァルニーがドイツで死んでくれたほうが都合が良い。しかし、ナヴァルニーの側近らがいますからナヴァルニーが死んでも全部の口をふさぐわけにはいかない。

さてどうする?

RT23 Sep, 2020 07:17 / Updated 28 minutes ago
Russian opposition figure Navalny discharged from Berlin hospital, doctors believe ‘full recovery’ from alleged poisoning possible
Alexey Navalny, a leading Russian opposition figure and anti-corruption campaigner, has been discharged from Berlin’s Charité hospital as his condition continues to improve. The surprise announcement came on Wednesday morning.

Navalny, also one of the main organisers of the Moscow protest movement, was airlifted to Germany last month after he fell ill on a flight from Siberia to Moscow. German authorities later alleged he had been poisoned with a lethal version of Novichok, a substance originally formulated in the Soviet Union back in the 1970s.
Navalny’s condition has “improved sufficiently” for him to be moved out of acute in-patient care, the Charité clinic revealed, adding that doctors believe that “complete recovery is possible.”
“However, it remains too early to gauge the potential long-term effects of his severe poisoning,” the statement further cautioned, while clarifying that “the decision to make details of Navalny’s condition public was made in consultation with the patient and his wife.”
Navalny was removed from a medically induced coma and taken off a ventilator earlier this month. He soon resumed posting on social media and sharing photos of himself in the clinic. In Russia, he is a popular internet personality, with millions of followers. He is also one of the top YouTube stars in the country, with his channel focused mainly on politics and corruption.
Navalny’s health ordeal began on August 20, when he suffered a medical emergency on a commercial flight from Tomsk to Moscow. The pilot landed at Omsk, another Siberian city, and he was immediately hospitalized. Two days later, at his family’s request, he was transported to Berlin.

Laboratories in three Western countries – France, Germany, and Sweden – claim he was poisoned with a substance from the Novichok group. It has been described by German officials as being even more lethal than previously known variants. Moscow denies this version of events, and insists the Russian doctors who first treated him in Siberia found nothing to indicate Novichok was involved.

RT17 Sep, 2020 12:00
Navalny's team say 'bottle with Novichok' was found in opposition figure's Siberian hotel room after he fell ill on Moscow flight
Traces of the poison Novichok were allegedly found on a water bottle in Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny's hotel room in Tomsk, where he stayed the night before falling ill on a flight to Moscow last month.
That's according to a Thursday morning post on Navalny's official Instagram, detailing how his associates checked the room for evidence.
On August 20, after learning that the anti-corruption activist's plane was forced to make an emergency landing after he fell ill, members of his team in Tomsk went to his hotel room, which had not yet been cleaned. The video shows Navalny's supporters “recording, describing, and packing” everything found in the room.
“A decision was made to take everything that could hypothetically be useful for the investigation, and pass it to the doctors in Germany," the post reads. “The fact that the case would not be investigated in Russia was also quite obvious.”
According to the text, scientists from a laboratory in Germany later tested the bottle and found traces of Novichok, a Soviet chemical weapon. They concluded, therefore, that Navalny was poisoned before leaving for Tomsk's airport. Early theories had suggested he ingested poison through a cup of tea in the airport cafe.
Russian media outlet Proekt also conducted an investigation, reaching the same conclusion. They revealed that the allegedly poisoned bottle was brought to Germany by Navalny associate Maria Pevchikh, a British resident who Russian police claim fled the country after refusing to answer their questions. She also refused to respond to requests from the Russian publication.
Contrary to the claims of Navalny's supporters, the video doesn't prove that he was poisoned via a water bottle, according to Novichok creator Leonid Rink. Speaking to Russian news agency RIA Novosti, Rink claimed that “it is impossible to prove that this is the right bottle,” as all of the brand's bottles look exactly the same. He also alleged that if Navalny had indeed been poisoned from a bottle, he and everyone who touched it would have died.
Navalny, a well-known anti-corruption campaigner and protest leader, fell ill on August 20 on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow. Following an emergency landing, he was immediately hospitalized in the Siberian city of Omsk. Two days later, after a request from his family and associates, the activist was flown to Germany for treatment at Berlin's Charité clinic. Earlier this month, German authorities announced that the opposition figure was poisoned with a nerve agent from the ‘Novichok’ group, a finding later apparently confirmed by laboratories in both Sweden and France. The medical team in Omsk denies that any poison was found in Navalny's body.



aljazeera.2020/9/17
Novichok found on water bottle in hotel room, says Navalny's team
Fresh claim suggests Kremlin critic was poisoned in his hotel room and not at the airport as first thought.
The nerve agent used to poison Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was detected on an empty water bottle from his hotel room in the Siberian city of Tomsk, suggesting he was poisoned there and not at the airport as first thought, his team said on Thursday.
Navalny fell violently ill on a domestic flight in Russia last month and was subsequently airlifted to Berlin for treatment. Laboratories in Germany, France and Sweden have established he was poisoned by a Novichok nerve agent, though Russia denies this and says it has seen no evidence.
A video posted on Navalny's Instagram account showed members of his team searching the room he had just left in the Xander Hotel in Tomsk on August 20, an hour after they learned he had fallen sick in suspicious circumstances.
"It was decided to gather up everything that could even hypothetically be useful and hand it to the doctors in Germany. The fact that the case would not be investigated in Russia was quite obvious," the post said.
It showed his team bagging several empty bottles of "Holy Spring" mineral water, among other items, while wearing protective gloves.
"Two weeks later, a German laboratory found traces of Novichok precisely on the bottle of water from the Tomsk hotel room," the post said.
"And then more laboratories that took analyses from Alexei confirmed that that was what poisoned Navalny. Now we understand: it was done before he left his hotel room to go to the airport."
Vladimir Milov, a former deputy energy minister and an ally of Navalny, said his team had outplayed the FSB security police with their quick thinking: "They took the evidence from under their noses and shipped it out of the country."
Navalny is the most prominent political opponent of President Vladimir Putin, even though he has not been allowed to form his own party. His investigations of official corruption, published on YouTube and Instagram, have reached audiences of many millions across Russia.
Germany, France, the United Kingdom and other nations have demanded explanations from Russia over the case, which has prompted calls for new sanctions against Moscow.
The global chemical weapons agency, the OPCW, said on Thursday that Germany had asked for its assistance in investigating.
Russia has carried out pre-investigation checks, but said it needs to see more medical analysis before it can open a formal criminal investigation.

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/9/14のツイート
ドイツもEUも、ナヴァルニーの毒に関与した容疑者MI6のエージェント、マリア・ペベチックを隠すのに必死? そのために「ノビチョクのグループによって毒攻撃された形跡を発見した」と錯乱声明を出している? フランスとスウェーデンが加担しようが、毒物は特定されていない

RT2020/9/11
Russian police looking for UK resident who accompanied Navalny on day of ‘poisoning’ & avoided being questioned
Russian police are searching for a woman who was with Alexey Navalny before his alleged poisoning in August. Marina Pevchikh, who was in Tomsk alongside the opposition figure, left Russia after refusing to answer police questions.

Pevchikh left for Germany on August 22, when Navalny was taken to Berlin for treatment at the request of his associates.

Russian investigators are now looking into the events surrounding Navalny’s illness, which quickly left him incapacitated. The police have researched what he did in Tomsk, including who he met, where he stayed, and where he ate. The investigation has led authorities to Pevchikh, who previously refused to answer police questions.

“To date, five out of the six citizens who accompanied Navalny during the trip have been interviewed: Vladlen Los, Georgy Alburov, Ilya Pakhomov, Kira Yarmysh, and Pavel Zelensky,” said the police department’s statement. “Marina Pevchikh, who was with Navalny and permanently resides in Britain, refused to give her side of the story on August 20. According to the investigation, on August 22, she flew to Germany, and therefore it was not possible to question her.”

The police note that the investigation is ongoing, and they are also establishing the whereabouts of passengers who flew on the plane with Navalny.

In response to the incident, officials from NATO and the European Union have demanded that Russia conducts a “full and transparent” investigation. Despite no conclusion yet being reached, some have called for Moscow to be sanctioned over the alleged poisoning, which the Kremlin has called “absurd.”

On Wednesday, Russia’s Foreign Ministry lodged a formal protest with Germany’s ambassador, calling suggestions of state involvement “unfounded.”

Speaking at a press conference in Moscow on Friday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov noted that Navalny’s associates are now “slowly beginning to move to Germany,” which, in the context of the country’s accusations against the Kremlin, is “very unpleasant.”

“It is still in the interests of our German colleagues to protect their reputation and provide all the necessary information that would somehow shed light on the so-far unfounded accusations,” Lavrov said.

On August 20, Navalny was taken ill on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow. Following an emergency landing in Omsk, a Siberian city 2,000km east of the capital, he was taken to a local hospital. The opposition figure was flown to Berlin’s Charite clinic two days later, where he is currently being treated. According to German doctors, Navalny was poisoned with a variant of the nerve agent family ‘Novichok’.


次のロンポール研究所の記事は、なかなか踏み込んでいます。

ronpaulinstitute.2020/9/9
Navalny False-Flag Authors Invent New Twist to Cover Lies
Written by Finian Cunningham

So now the Navalny poison episode takes on a new twist with German military intelligence subsequently claiming they found traces of Novichok on a bottle of water the Russian dissident had purportedly been drinking from. Rather, it sounds more like the authors of this false-flag operation have “bottled” – meaning became unnerved by the absurdities inherent in their own narrative.

Last week the German government announced that a Bundeswehr military laboratory had detected Novichok in the body fluids of Sergei Navalny. That promptly led to charges that the Kremlin was responsible for the attempted murder of Navalny using the Soviet-era nerve poison.

The trouble for the German side was that their narrative soon ran into contradictions from the Russian toxicologists who first treated Navalny when he apparently fell ill on a flight from Siberia to Moscow on August 20. The Russian medics said they had tested Navalny for a whole range of poisons, including organophosphate-type chemicals which attack the nervous system. The Russian doctors affirmed they found no poison traces. They concluded Navalny’s coma was induced by an existing medical condition, presumably diabetes. Furthermore, the doctors at the hospital in Omsk where Navalny was taken to on August 20, said they have original samples of his body fluids.

It’s the latter detail which seems to have obliged the Germans to elaborate their narrative with the new element of a poisoned bottle of water. If indeed the Russians have Navalny’s biological samples showing no presence of toxins then the German version falls apart as a fabrication. That could only mean that the claimed detection of Novichok by the Germans was the result of deliberate contamination of his body fluids while he was being treated in the hospital in Berlin where he was airlifted to on August 22 from Russia.

It is reported by Der Spiegel that Navalny’s family relatives kept the alleged bottle after he fell sick on the flight from the Siberian city Tomsk. They purportedly did not hand the bottle over to the Russian toxicologists in Omsk, but rather provided the bottle instead to the Germans when Navalny arrived in Berlin two days later.

This “bottle twist” is a convenient and necessary foil to avoid the potentially damning contradiction from the Russian side. The Germans can now claim to have evidence that was not available to the Russians.

But such a ploy creates more questions that still make the German narrative implausible, if not absurd.

If Novichok was used in poisoning Navalny, the 44-year-old dissident would most likely be dead by now. Also, the aides and flight attendants who came into close contact with him during his flight would have shown symptoms of poisoning. It is inconceivable that a bottle contaminated with the deadly nerve agent could have been transported by Navalny’s family to Germany without them being stricken.

The strange Navalny affair has an unerring resemblance to the equally outlandish Skripal affair. Yet the latter is cited as a precedent for the former in order to “substantiate” incrimination of Russia. The alleged Novichok weapon seems to have an amazing ability to lose its deadly potency on bystanders. The immediate victims apparently go into mysterious comas and are not seen or heard of again in public, detained in secret by the British and now German government. There is also the curious introduction of bottles in both cases: the perfume bottle which allegedly conveyed the Novichok weapon in the Skripal incident in England in March 2018, and now the water bottle in the Navalny incident.

As with the alleged assassination attempt on MI6 double agent Sergei Skripal, the latest incident involving Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is undoubtedly a false-flag provocation to foment Western sanctions and hostility against Moscow.

Immediately following reports of alleged German detection of Novichok in Navalny’s body, there were predictable calls for the cancellation of the Nord Stream-2 gas project between Russia and Germany. It is no secret that pro-Washington German politicians have long been opposed to the ambitious energy trade with Russia.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has up to now been resolute in wanting Nord Stream-2 completed in spite of immense pressure from the Trump administration and the US Congress to abandon it. The American agenda is transparently to replace Russian gas energy supplies with American exports.

Navalny’s apparent poison-assassination fits neatly with this strategic American agenda. Given the allegiance of German military intelligence and certain politicians to the transatlantic axis it is not difficult to conceive of how a false-flag provocation against Moscow could be orchestrated.

The problem is that in their haste to set up Navalny as a victim in order to sabotage Nord Stream-2, the authors overlooked the unfortunate anomaly of Russian doctors potentially disproving the claim of detecting Novichok in Navalny’s body.
Realizing their clumsy mistake, the authors are obliged to invent another twist in the story involving a contaminated water bottle. In terms of credibility, however, their invention doesn’t hold water.

This has grave implications for the survivability of Navalny. As an opposition figure long lionized and exaggerated by the West as the nemesis of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Navalny is more valuable dead than alive as a propaganda weapon. With its false-flag narrative failing, the temptation may be to up the ante dramatically by amending the script of Navalny “succumbing” to Novichok.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:13| Comment(1) | 国際・政治
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ロシアの情報機関は、ずっと前からナヴァルニーを監視下においてました。英国の情報機関がどんな作戦をするか楽しみに見ていたのですよ。英国の作戦は、完全に失敗しましたね、バカな間抜けの作戦でした。私がロシアへ行った時も、最初にモスクワのホテルに来たのは見知らぬ中年のロシア人男性でしたよ。私は、誰にも頼らず1人で戦うのが好きです。負ければ死ねばいいだけです。軍神安倍総理の偉大なる後継者菅総理 万歳3。
Posted by 西 亨 at 2020年09月17日 17:32
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