- A botched attack on an unimportant paid traitor of Russian origin is called a planned aggression by Putin.
- Russia’s demand that Britain follow the standard and agreed rules for accusations about illegal use of nerve gas is treated as proof of guilt.
- A demand for hard evidence and a reminder of the massive lying over the Iraq war is treated as weakness or treason by most of the British press.
- It’s not that hard to make nerve gas. A small Japanese sect attacked other Japanese in 1995, killing several.