by Stephen Lendman
On Monday, on the eve of his 65th birthday, Russia’s UN envoy died - cause of death so far not announced, perhaps a heart attack, though given US hostility toward Russia, foul play remains a possibility unless forensic analysis rules it out.
WHATREALLYHAPPENED.com posted a relevant link from Sputnik and
then the webmaster, Mike Rivero, commented that "Ukraine was the top suspect in Churkin's death". I went to the WayneMadsenReport to see what Madsen had to say about the death but, mysteriously...Wayne's website has been taken down and replaced by this link.
WEARECHANGE joined in the speculation here.
This would mark the fifth mysterious death, in a few month’s time of Russian officials, Churkin’s death follows the assassination of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, the death of another Russian diplomat, Russian Foreign Minister Peter Polshikov, found dead in his apartment shot in the head, the death of Yves Chandelon, Chief Auditor of NATO in charge of counterterrorism funding, shot dead in the head in his car, and finally the death of Russian Greece diplomat Andrey Malanin.
It’s also worth noting that governments, specifically the CIA, have for long periods of time had chemical concoctions that can induce a full systematic shutdown of a person’s nervous system and in some cases cause someone’s’ heart to explode.
The pro Russian website "The Duran" had to most to say about the latest sudden death of a member of the Russian diplomatic core. Please read this quote from The Duran analysis below:
The Ethics of Speculation?
Many will say that it is too early to suspect foul play. Indeed, I must make it clear that this is simply speculation based on a pattern of tragic and at times unexplained events, combined with the objective reality that because of Russia’s recently elevated profile as a born-again geopolitical superpower, Russia is a bigger target for international criminals than it was in the broken 1990s or the more quiet early 2000s.
When such events happen, one’s duty is to speculate so that better health and safety precautions are taken to ensure the wellbeing of Russia’s important diplomats. Furthermore, if foul play is a factor, it means that such seemingly unrelated events must be investigated more thoroughly.
Russia has historically suffered from invasion, revolution and more recently from immense international pressure. The Russian people, like Russia’s ambassadors are entitled to the peace and long lives deserved by any member of a country that has suffered for too long.
The immediate speculation of foul play following the death of Churkin was not dampened by the Ukraine decision at the UN this morning to callously block a Russian statement honouring the late Churkin. According to a report originally posted in Sputnik:
Ukraine’s decision to block the adoption by the UN Security Council of a statement dedicated to late Russian ambassador Vitaly Churkin is “beyond good and evil”, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a joint press conference with his Swedish counterpart Margot Wallstroem following their meeting in Moscow on Tuesday, February 21.
“I know how the UN works. I believe that [Ukraine’s] permanent representative would not do this on his own. This means that he was ordered to do it” Lavrov elaborated. “This is an example of their attitude to Russians and anyone who refuses to dance to pipe of neo-Nazis,” Lavrov said.
In my opinion, any listing of suspicious deaths should include the recent assassinations of Novorossiyan War heros "Motorola" and "Givi" ....and the constant death threats being issued against Novorossiyan President Alexander Zakharchenko.
Considering all of the above speculation, the facts on the ground and the seriousness of this depletion of the only credible alternative to the rise of neo Nazism...I am going to say here and now that Russia should consider the death of Churkin an assassination unless proved otherwise by an autopsy. Hopefully, this normal forensic procedure will take place soon and the results made public, to put inquiring minds at peace on the topic. Again, the death in a US hotel room of Mikhail Lesin (founder of Russia Today) two years ago...by blunt force injuries to the head does come to mind as ONE of the unsolved Russian murders that haunts the public. The public was never given the final adjudication of the cause of death in the case of Lesin...which only adds to the frustration and fear that Churkin's death is the latest in a set of serial murders.
The string of untimely deaths, combined with the ongoing and relentless anti-Russian bashing by the entrenched, Deep State Ziofascist cabal in USrael cannot be separated from the associated effort to remove (accused "pro Russian") President Donald Trump from office. Just this morning, according to The Saker, the Trump presidency is on "life support". To support this assessment, he points to a recent interview (at the previous link) where a Mossad spokesman says Trump will be impeached on grounds of "treason".
In Summary, as I have said countless times throughout the last year or two, the world is embroiled in a Deep State War against humanity. Russia (and its allies) are the only force capable of standing up to and fighting back against this Satanic monster. "War by deception" being the modus operendi of the Satanists...we can expect to see things like suspicious deaths of strategic warriors. This is the main point. THIS IS WHAT WE CAN EXPECT from them. So, when it happens, as it did yesterday...it would be absolutely asinine to NOT look at the patterns and the odds of it being yet another "act of war". No doubt, this is what Russia is doing. One other point to be made here is that this latest suspicious death happening, as it did, in connection with the United Nations...it is yet one more piece of supporting evidence that the United Nations needs to be moved out of the United States. I have said this numerous times and I will say it again. It is not safe for the enemies of the cabal to try and do business in one of the three capital cities of the cabal. The other two are London and Tel Aviv. Russia should do the autopsy and, if the evidence is there, they should pull out of the United Nations until the offices are moved to a neutral location.