Jan 21 2007
Litvinenko was either the victim of an assassination or part of a smuggling effort that was moving Po-210 through London. Investigators have discovered Po-210 at three hotels which were used by Andrei Lugovoi on three trips in October. But the Po-210 was not found in one room (as would be the case with an assassin), but in multiple rooms in each case. And at each visit and the surfacing of Po-210 at the scene Lugovoi met with Alexander Litvinenko.
Lugovoi and Litvinenko share a common history – they both worked for Boris Berezvosky. The one man with the funding and motivation to acquire Russian Po-210 outside of Russia, in countries which import the material, and smuggle it back into Russia in order to execut false flag attacks on Russia in the hopes of pinning them on Putin. To make good on his threat that he would topple Putin with force.
And the amount of Po-210 that has been found across London, Hamburg and Moscoq is hundreds or thousands of times the amount ingested by Litvinenko. Recently it was reported that Litvinenko was exposed to Po-210 twice. Some, grasping to the unraveling assassination theory, tried to say this was two attacks on Litvinenko.
The jokeon this train of thought is if someone had just had two grains of Po-210 the size of a salt grain they could have killed Litvinenko a thousand times over. Why would anyone keep smuggling such small amounts of Po-210 they would equal a thousandth of a grain of salt on two occasions when a grain of salt’s worth would do the job without any doubt? Well, this ridiculous line of thinking is now being expanded again as we learn Litvinenko was exposed more than twice to Po-210:
The former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko is likely to have been the target of “multiple” poisoning attempts before his death, it has been reported.
ut the first attempt to poison him with polonium-210 may have come weeks earlier, when he met two former KGB men in the same sushi bar on October 16, according to the BBC’s Panorama programme.
Oh please! Enough of this nonsense. It takes no special extra effort to get a grain of salt’s worth of Po-210 into London than it does to get a thousandths or a millionth of a grain of salt’s worth. For the other exposures to not kill Litvinenko means he was exposed to levels that are well under the 50 billionths of a gram that are the lethal dosage. Billionths of a packet of sweetener? What were all these ‘attacks’ suppose to accomplish? One small sliver of Po-210 and the man is dead in less time than he actually died.
So now we are suppsed to believe these assassins risked using this dangerous and expensive and easily traced material and kept dosing Litvinenko with these sub-microscopic amounts which were so small they were never able to get killer dose in Litvinenko? Sorry folks, but you can only stretch this nonsense so far. One grain of salt’s worth and he was dead.
And one other point. When Po-210 comes from a single production run, all the Po-210 has the same signature and decay time. It is impossible from looking at Po-210 from the same batch to say WHEN it was ingested over multiple exposures. Each dose of Po-210 would look identical to the others – same source signature, same time since production.
So, if there is clear indication of multiple expsoures then that is a clear sign we are seeing different production runs of Po-210. This is another fact of physics which cannot be disputed. Po-210 from two processing facilities will not have the same signature. And even two different production runs in the same facility will not have the same decay signature since the decay signature is predicated on the creation date.
So what does it mean there were two or more different batches of Po-210? It means the Po-210 was acquired from different sources, possibly in different countries. This will put the nail in the assassination theory. This kind of acquisition is overkill millions of times over if all you need is one grain of salt’s worth in a tea cup. An amount of Po-210 the size of a grain of salt would kill Litvinenko thousands of times over. It would make 100-1000 doses (or more) of the dose that killed Litvinenko. A grain of salt’s worth. You don’t need two or more consignments to get this grain of salt’s worth. You don’t need to go through the expense and risk to get consignments from two or more sources (read countries) and risk the smuggling to kill Litvinenko. One source, one grain of salt’s worth, and you can still do what was done to Litvinenko a thousand times over.
So since there is a clear indication of ‘mulitple’ exposures, this tells me the clarity of these conclusions is the fact the Po-210 smuggled on each occasion was from a different batch and source. There is no other way to explain the surity of these conclusions. And I would predict there may have been more than three consignments – we only know of the three linked to Lugovoi-Litvinenko meetings.
The assassination theory is a scientific joke. The amounts we are talking abouyt which killed Litvinenko are so small they cannot be seen by the human eye. Yet people think someone tried three times, with these microscopic amounts, to assassinate Litvinenko, and failed. When an amount the size of a salt grain would do it easily this assassin broke it into millionths of that amount and kept failing to kill Litvinenko. Yeah, and pigs can fly.
This was not an assassination. That young, central asian man who flew to London with Kovtun and idisappeared the same day all the Po-210 left London sounds like a Chechen, monitoring the final movements of all the Po-210 that made its way through London last October. There are amounts of Po-210 spread all over London, Hamburg and Moscow that would kill Litvinenko many times over. How is it this assassination effort got more Po-210 on the rug of a hotel room than they ever got into Litvinenko after ‘multiple’ tries? Forget the assassination theory. If the trail and the poisoned people are simply the debris from handling (and mishandling) the Po-210, then the big questions is what was the amount of Po-210 that was being smuggled that left this trail?