posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 07:30 AM
The BBC has revealed a few days ago that Litvinenko was recruited as an agent by MI6 (in fact he was a triple agent):
This was strongly suspected by many observers for a long time for reasons I won't go into. He was a friend of Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky,
constantly guarded in London by his henchman and Special Branch. It was Berezovsky who fingered former KGB agent Andrei Lugovoi on a BBC news
He claims that Litvinenko told him whom he had met, as he lay dying in hospital. But this is merely the cover story concocted by Boris and his friends
in MI6, who poisoned his former friend after the latter double-crossed him by trying to sell secrets about him and other corrupt business men and
officials in the Kremlin. According to Julia Svetlichnaja, a Russian doctoral candidate at the University of Westminster's Center for the Study of
Democracy, Litvinenko "was going to blackmail or sell sensitive information about all kinds of powerful people including oligarchs, corrupt officials
and sources in the Kremlin". His death was a false-flag black op to turn the international community against Berezovsky's deadly enemy Putin, who
had caused his exile in England. Few noticed that, as well as meeting his supposed poisoners Andrei Lugovoy and Dmitry Kovturn at the Millennium Hotel
in Mayfair, on November 1, 2006, Litvinenko ALSO visited that day the offices of a company owned by Berezovsky. After Litvinenko's death, MSNBC
reported that traces of polonium-210 were found in an office of Berezovsky (ref. 40 at
-Polonium_210-40). Russian prosecutors were not allowed to
investigate Boris Berezovsky's office in London for the radioactive trace. Russian authorities have also been unable to question him. The Foreign
Ministry complained that Britain was obstructing its attempt to send prosecutors to London to interview more than 100 people, including Berezovsky.
In November 1998, Litvinenko himself alleged there was a plot to kill Berezovsky who was the deputy director of the Russia state security council at
this time. Litvinenko was allegedly ordered to be the assassin but refused to follow the order.
Assisted considerably by the BBC through interview after interview with Berezovsky in its prgramme "Newnight", people have been totally duped to
believe the fantasy that Putin would have risked having one of his enemies killed in such a public way that was made to create a trail right back to
the Kremlin. LOL! As if the Russian intelligence agency would be so careless and heavy-handed!!! On the contrary, this assassination was deliberately
made so public in order to finger Putin, whom Berezovsky has spend millions of pounds trying unsuccessfully to depose.