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Turns Out the Brits Dosed the Skripals with “Jaccob’s Ladder” (no wonder they asked the White Helmets for a quick distraction)

Saturday, April 14, 2018 13:57
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by Scott Creighton

“I thought ‘that is quite odd, they must be on something‘. witness who originally discovered the Skripals on that park bench

Check this out:

“Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said citing data from the Swiss laboratory that the BZ toxin was used in the poisoning of the Skripals, adding that the chemical has been in the possession of the US and the UK, but has never been produced in Russia. Specialists from the laboratory finished examining the samples on March 27.

Based on the results of the examination, traces of the toxic chemical BZ and its precursors, related to chemical weapons of the second category in accordance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, were found in the samples. BZ is a nerve agent temporarily disabling a person. The effect is achieved within 30-60 minutes and lasts up to four days,” Lavrov said, citing the results of the Swiss lab’s examination.

Lavrov went on to ask why the Organization for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which is investigating the poisoning, hasn’t taken the information about the BZ chemical into consideration. He also pointed out that the BZ chemical, as well as the Novichok toxin, was not mentioned in the OPCW’s final report.” Sputnik International

You with me so far?


An independent Swiss lab has concluded that what the Skripals suffered from was being poisoned by something called “BZ” (3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate (QNB)) which the Russians don’t make but both the U.S. and the British did. And in they still have it. How would the Swiss know that much about it? They invented it.

BZ was invented by the Swiss pharmaceutical company Hoffman-LaRoche in 1951.[2] The company was investigating anti-spasmodic agents, similar to tropine, for treating gastrointestinal ailments when the chemical was discovered.[2] It was then investigated for possible use in ulcer treatment, but was found unsuitable. At this time the United States military investigated it along with a wide range of possible nonlethal, psychoactive incapacitating agents including psychedelic drugs such as LSD and THC, dissociative drugs such as ketamine and phencyclidine, potent opioids such as fentanyl, as well as several glycolate anticholinergics.[3][4] By 1959 the United States Army showed significant interest in deploying it as a chemical warfare agent.[2]

As interesting as all that is… it gets VASTLY more compelling:

The characteristic that makes BZ an incapacitating rather than a toxic chemical warfare agent is its high safety margin (ICt50/LCt50) of around 40-fold (range 32 to 384 fold)

BZ is odorless. It is stable in most solvents, with a half-life of three to four weeks in moist air; even heat-producing munitions can disperse it. It is extremely persistent in soil and water and on most surfaces

BZ is odorless and nonirritating with delayed symptoms several hours after contact.[1]

The U.S. Army tested BZ as well as other “psycho-chemical” agents on human subjects at Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland from 1955 to 1975, according to declassified documents.[13][14]

And then there is this:

In the film Jacob’s Ladder, the eponymous character is told that the horrific events he experienced on his final day in Vietnam were the product of an experimental drug called “the Ladder”, which was used on troops without their knowledge. At the end of the film, a message is displayed saying that reports of testing of BZ on U.S. soldiers during the Vietnam War were denied by the Pentagon. Director Adrian Lyne said a part of the inspiration for this motif was Martin A. Lee‘s book Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and Sixties Rebellion, but noted that “nothing in the book suggests that the drug BZ—a super-hallucinogen that has a tendency to elicit maniac behavior—was used on U.S. troops.”[15]

BZ is apparently a psychotropic weapon – a super-hallucinogen – that sends it’s targeted victims on a horrible, nightmarish trip, completely incapacitating most, turning others into hyper-violent monsters.

Look at the facts surrounding the Skripal case and see how they don’t add up to a chemical nerve agent in the class of VX but they CERTAINLY MATCH PERFECTLY to what we know about BZ.

The stuff on the handle had to withstand the rainy weather of Britain. It takes about 4 hours to kick in. It’s not lethal. And presumably, after being sequestered for about a month or so… all traces would be out of a victim’s system (except maybe for hair) and they could be released to go back into the public sphere.

If you had too choose between VX and BZ in terms of looking at the Skripal case, which toxin matches the known circumstances? It’s pretty easy to see.

Also, this is not the only recent case where BZ’s name popped up in the news (and you aren’t going to believe this):

“Some opposition activists say the toxin used may have been “Agent 15,” also known as BZ. Its full name is 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, and it affects both the peripheral and central nervous systems.

The opposition claimed that BZ was used in tank shells fired in the city of Homs last December. A doctor in the city told the online publication “The Cable” soon after that the victims “all had miosis — pinpoint pupils. They also had generalized muscle pain. There were also bad symptoms as far as their central nervous system. There were generalized seizures, and some patients had partial seizures.”

Physicians for Human Rights, a non-governmental organization, says that BZ induces a “severely altered mental status (hallucinations, giddiness, confusion); lack of secretions — dry mucous membranes, dry mouth, eyes, skin; dilated pupils, blurred vision, nausea, vomiting.”

But the reports from Homs, like so many of the allegations to emerge from Syria, were never confirmed. The next month, the U.S. State Department said it had “found no credible evidence to corroborate or to confirm that chemical weapons were used” in Homs. Some experts doubt the Assad regime possesses BZ.” CNN 2013 on the first major “chemical weapons attack” in East Ghouta

If everyone was looking for things like Sarin or chlorine gas traces in war zones, what better weapon to give your irregular warfare proxy assets than BZ? Inflict terror and confusion among the population while providing you and your allies the ability to test for the more commonly used weapons and find nothing.

In the case of the Skripals it’s even better. They could dose em, detain them until all traces of the weapon were gone from their system while not killing them outright.

Does anyone remember what the witness saw who reported them on that park bench? He said the daughter was slumped over on the father’s shoulder while he was watching his arms waving in the air. They were tripping balls.

Remember how a couple news-casters on 9/11 said it looked like a “controlled demolition” and then those statements were flushed down the memory hole?

Well guess what? Let’s take a trip down memory lane to the early reports of the Skripal poisoning case:

“Colonel Skripal and his female companion was discovered on Sunday afternoon. An eyewitness told how she saw the pair seemingly “frozen” in place.

Georgia Pridham, 25, had been for a hen do lunch and was walking back to her friend’s car when she saw the couple slumped on a bench.

She told the Telegraph: “He was quite smartly dressed, which caught my eye. He had his palms up to the sky as if he was shrugging and was staring at the building in front of him.

“He had a woman sat next to him on the bench who was slumped on his shoulder. She looked grey and had her hood up.

I thought ‘that is quite odd, they must be on something‘. I remember looking back at him thinking he would catch my eye but he was staring dead straight. He was conscious but it was like he was frozen and he was slightly rocking back and forward.” Telegraph, Mar. 6 2018

I wonder. Did he kinda look like this maybe?

They dosed them. They used a chemical weapon on this former double agent, one that wouldn’t kill them or anyone else they came in contact with, but one which would incapacitate them so they could make up whatever Novichok story they wanted and it would stick long enough to help Trump and his owners demonize Russia and put more pressure on them to allow the masters of the universe their prize in Syria.

And you what? If you look up Operation Antler you will see Porton Down was investigated for testing agents including BZ on willing and NON-WILLING subjects for DECADES.

Jaccob’s Ladder is a film with Tim Robbins that dealt with reports that the U.S. military tested the effects of BZ on their own soldiers in Vietnam. This scene below is from that film and it seems to depict a nightmarish hallucination being suffered by Tim, one of the victims of that test. But what’s interesting is it seems to be set in a horrific hospital/testing facility and he seems surrounded by other test subjects reacting to BZ. Could that be the director making a reference to Porton Down experiments… or ours?

Either way you look at it, BZ (the “Ladder” in the film) is a horrible experience and something you probably wouldn’t want to wish on your worst enemy and it looks like that is what someone dosed the Skripals with so they could ratchet up hostilities with Russia over Syria.

And the timing of this Swiss report certainly makes it seem someone in Britain wanted the press to be entirely focused on something else in the worst of ways.

As I have said before… these people are just flat out evil.

This is the worst time my family and I have had in years. With Paypal freezing me and now this thing with MakerSupport (they have replied to donors but still completely ignored my attempts to communicate with them. So much for Conner Douglass creating MakerSupport to help content creators who have been censored by Youtube and Paypal) our situation is dire.

I have called for MS and STRIPE to refund all donor’s contributions to me that MS stole, which totaled $518.00. I shut down the donation drive once enough to help us through this spot was pledged and committed to my MS account. I certainly wasn’t greedy.

But now as I continue to try to help them recover the money MS stole from them, we are left in the worst shape we have been in.

If you can help, please zap me an email and I will give you my snail mail address. I don’t trust anything else other than the USPS at this point if you understand what I mean and I am certainly not willing to ask supporters to trust one of these companies again on my behalf.

Thank you all and have a good weekend


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