Earlier in the day I wrote extensively about the events surrounding the death of Alexander Litvinenko, former KGB agent and former employee of Russian tycoon Boris Berezovski, linked to Muslim rebels in
. The murky world of British Intelligence blamed Andrei Lugovoi, a former KGB agent and former colleague of Alexander Litvinenko. The British government and the British mass media played with the minds of millions of ordinary citizens simply by using a psychological tool very much linked to the success of the James Bond Series and the memories of the Cold War. Nobody stopped for a minute to think about all the factors involved in the death of Alexander Litvinenko and they chose the easy way out by using Andrei Lugovoi as a scapegoat. Chechnya
The facts are that Boris Berezovski has publicly stated his intention to destroy
Russia by supporting the enemies of and this includes Muslim Chechen rebels. After converting to Islam, Alexander Litvinenko was obviously a very useful tool to provide aid for terrorist forces in Russia . Marina Litvinenko indicated that Alexander Litvinenko was also working for the British Security Services, a bit of information that the British government has chosen to remain very quiet about. Chechnya
A few days before he died, Alexander, Litvinenko met in
with Andrei Lugovoi and with Mario Scaramella, an Italian journalist syndicated as a Maffia operator and go-between in charge of providing Chechen rebels with financial assistance and weaponry. The intention of the British government to keep anything related to Alexander Litvinenko’s death under wraps is the clearest indication of British involvement in the death of Alexander Litvinenko. London
When Alexander Litvinenko died,
Britain under Tony Blair was involved in two conflicts in Muslim countries – Iraq and . Therefore, any scandal surrounding aid provided by Russian exiles based in London to Muslim rebels in Afghanistan would have been a public relations disaster for the British government. Chechnya
Until his death, Alexander Litvinenko believed that he had been poisoned by Mario Scaramella. The following is a quote of a press report:
"Mr Litvinenko accused Mr Scaramella of poisoning from the day he first fell ill; as the Italian told me, his name was all over Russian and Chechen websites as the main suspect in the poisoning of the former FSB agent long before the story hit the British press. Mr Litvinenko retained his suspicion right up to his death. Speaking of the Itsu meeting, he said: "Mario didn't want anything, he game the email printouts... I said to myself, he could have sent these emails by computer. But instead he wanted to come and give them to me in person; why and why in such a hurry? He was very nervous."
The natural conclusion is that Mario Scaramella came to
The death of Alexander Litvinenko is undoubtedly an embarrassment for Britain’s security services but it is a lot more than that and in fact there are indications that it was part of a botched terror plot against Russia and this is exactly why the British government maintains a veil of secrecy.
The story goes like this. Alexander Litvinenko worked both for Boris Berezovski and for British intelligence services, was a supporter of Muslim rebels in
British experts cleared Andrei Lugovoi of any involvement in Litvinenko's death but the British government decided to maintain the official cover up.