Two Years Ago —  Oliver Stone Interview With Vladimir Putin [The Skripal Affair]

“This gentleman, Skripal, had already been punished. He was arrested, sentenced and then served time in prison. He received his punishment. For that matter, he was off the radar. Why would anybody be interested in him? He got punished. He was detained, arrested, sentenced and then spent five years in prison. Then he was released and that was it.”

 President Vladimir Putin  (June 27 2019) 

July 31 2019 — On June 19 2019, Vladimir Putin answered questions from American film director, screenwriter and producer Oliver Stone. At the end of the interview, Stone made an amazing revelation. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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“Because, in the wake of Master Churchill (“I cannot feel the slightest confidence in the Bolsheviks”), the Perfidious Albion always settles its accounts by interposed screens. It started with Ian Fleming and James Bond and has continued in recent years with other series.”

Marianne — “L’affaire Skripal” : Londres flingue Moscou par fictions interposées (June 8 2021)

UPDATE (July 31 2021) — According to Wikipedia, The Salisbury Poisonings is a fact-based television drama, starring Anne-Marie Duff, Rafe Spall and Annabel Scholey which portrays the 2018 Novichok poisonings and decontamination crisis in Salisbury, England, and the subsequent Amesbury poisonings.

Writing in The Guardian, Lucy Mangan praised the show’s script and direction as being “admirably restrained”, and compared the calm actions of its characters facing a “new normal” to the reactions of the public during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The following message appears in the introduction of the series:

“In 2018, the people of Salisbury were faced with an unprecedented crisis. A chemical weapons attack on a British city. Based on first hand accounts and extensive interviews, this is their story.”

And yet, at the beginning of part II, a friend of Sergei Skripal tells an extraordinary story.

Inspector — Do you remember exactly what he [Skripal] said?

Friend — He said: “Putin is going to get me.”

This is total nonsense. This is not only false, it is the exact opposite of what happened.

When Sergei Skripal recovered, he was told that the UK intelligence agencies suspected that Russia was behind the assassination attempt.

His reaction to the news was very clear. Sergei stated that he believes none of that…

I was flummoxed and speechless. Why the lies? Why repeating, time and again, this nonsensical anti-Russia propaganda?

I asked the opinion of a person who knows a thing or two about UK intelligence agencies and their links to the British media. Here is his reply:

“I believe there can be no doubt that the Guardian is ruled by the Spooks. I watched the Salisbury Poisonings for less than half an hour until I realised that it was a work of political fiction.

The Guardian journalists seem to take their orders from the Integrity Initiative and/or the 77th brigade or some other grouping of security/intel agencies.”

Let me repeat one more time. As Rob Slane — The Blogmire — has convincingly explained, the official ‘Salisbury poisonings’ narrative put out by the Metropolitan Police is not simply questionable. It is plain impossible.

The simple fact that the MET removed their ‘official timeline’ from their website is evidence to that!

“Repetition does not transform a lie into a truth.” [Franklin D. Roosevelt]

This new series has only reinforced my suspicions… Like Sergei Skripal, I believe none of it.


“Which story is worse? (…) The answer is they’re both as bad. In both scenarios, an utterly false picture of what happened in Salisbury was given to the skeptical President to twist his arm into taking action he didn’t want to take. As they say, when in a hole, better stop digging.”

Rob Slane — The Blogmire

UPDATE (July 31 2020) — On June 7 2020, British Sunday Times published a report citing a high-ranking source in the UK government that Sergei and Yulia Skripals had moved to New Zealand under new identities with new documents.

The Russian embassy in London has sent a note to the UK Foreign Office, demanding a comment regarding reports that emerged in the media, claiming that Russian citizens Sergei and Yulia Skripals possibly moved to New Zealand, Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Andrei Kelin said Thursday in an open interview with TASS First Deputy Director General Mikhail Gusman.

“Indeed, we sent a note to the British Foreign Office, asking it [to explain] what’s happening,” he said.

Kelin underlined that the embassy had previously sent dozens of notes to the UK side, demanding explanations on the Skripals case. “We are not getting any answers,” the diplomat lamented.

The ambassador also recalled that New Zealand’s leadership had already refuted the claims that the former spy and his daughter moved there. [TASS — Russian embassy sent note to UK about Skripals ‘moving’ to New Zealand, says envoy]

As I have commented before, no one who has looked into the case in any detail can possibly be satisfied that the account given by the UK Government and The Metropolitan Police is correct.

The narrative put out by the Metropolitan Police is not simply questionable, it is plain impossible.


“I think it is more complicated. You know, you think I am much too much of a conspiracy guy. I have seen things.”

Oliver Stone — Interview with Putin

The interview was published on July 19 2019 on the official website of the President of Russia.

Oliver Stone: What has happened to Skripal? Where is he?

Vladimir Putin: I have no idea. He is a spy, after all. He is always in hiding.

Oliver Stone: They say he was going to come back to Russia. He had some information.

Vladimir Putin: Yes, I have been told that he wants to make a written request to come back.

Oliver Stone: He knew still and he wanted to come back. He had information that he could give to the world press here in Russia.

Vladimir Putin: I doubt it. He has broken the ranks already. What kind of information can he possess?

Oliver Stone: Who poisoned him? They say English secret services did not want Sergei Skripal to come back to Russia?

Vladimir Putin: To be honest, I do not quite believe this. I do not believe this is the case.

Oliver Stone: Makes sense. You do not agree with me?

Vladimir Putin: If they had wanted to poison him, they would have done so.

Oliver Stone: OK, that makes sense. I don’t know. Who did then?

Vladimir Putin: After all, this is not a hard thing to do in today’s world. In fact, a fraction of a milligram would have been enough to do the job. And if they had him in their hands, there was nothing complicated about it. No, this does not make sense. Maybe they just wanted to provoke a scandal.

Oliver Stone: I think it is more complicated. You know, you think I am much too much of a conspiracy guy.

Vladimir Putin: I do not believe this.

Oliver Stone: I have seen things. I do.

Vladimir Putin: You should not. Take care of yourself.

We now know that Sergei Skripal wanted to go back to Russia. I have long suspected that Skripal was in possession of very sensitive information regarding the 2016 U.S. election and the infamous Steele dossier.

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