Kremlin pours cold water on MI5 chief’s claims of Russian threat

Preface by Ralph Ely | TLB Editor-at-large

This morning one of my neighbors complained that she ran out of candy early last evening for the little “candy crunchers” that came around looking for a Free-B under the guise of celebrating Halloween. She said the amount of children showing up was way more than usual. I replied it was most likely the fault of the Russians for busing in extra kids so to spoil a capitalist tradition engineered by the Candy Industrial Complex.

Well!, she said and stomped back up her walkway. Bang went the door as she slammed it behind her.

Poor lady is a Hillary supporter and everything that is happening to Hillary, according to her, is the fault of Putin and the Russians. We have had several political discussions about this subject, so when I blamed the Russians for her candy shortage, she took it very personally.

There is only one reason Russia is being blamed for Cyber Hacking and any other mischievous deeds in America, Europe and elsewhere.. that can be “hung” on them.. is the NATO countries need an enemy. You can’t go to war without an enemy. The World Elite needs a War to help complete their economic and social agendas. Main Stream Media is willing to help.

A case in point.. the following excerpt from the Guardian.


Kremlin pours cold water on MI5 chief’s claims of Russian threat

Andrew Parker’s warnings of hostile measures against the UK ‘do not correspond to reality’, says Kremlin


The Kremlin has brushed off claims made to the Guardian by the head of MI5 that Russia is taking various hostile measures against Britain, which together pose a threat to the country.

“Those words do not correspond to reality,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Tuesday.

Andrew Parker, the head of MI5, told the Guardian that despite widespread fears of Islamic extremists, hostile state actors were a growing threat, and Russia was the main concern.

“It [Russia] is using its whole range of state organs and powers to push its foreign policy abroad in increasingly aggressive ways – involving propaganda, espionage, subversion and cyber-attacks,” said Parker. “Russia is at work across Europe and in the UK today. It is MI5’s job to get in the way of that.”


Peskov said: “Until someone produces proof, we will consider those statements unfounded and groundless.”

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