The Sun: British secret services, not Russia, assassinated Boris Berezovsky

Boris Abramovich Berezovsky
Boris Abramovich Berezovsky

…by Jonas E. Alexis


The Sun has recently published that Russian Jewish oligarch and mathematician Boris Abramovich Berezovsky, who was accused of looting the Russian economy and who died in 2013,

“was assassinated by British spies after threatening to expose photographs dubbed ‘royal porn’ allegedly featuring a young Prince Philip. The pictures, said to show the Duke of Edinburgh at Thursday Club parties, were rumoured to have been taken by his photographer friend Baron Nahum in the 1950s.”[1]

The claim came from Russian intelligence expert Gennady Sokolov. Sokolov claimed that Berezovsky was planning to make peace with Russia and to “return to his motherland.” Is that a plausible theory?

Well, keep in mind that Berezovsky was in good company with the British oligarchy and was working day and night to see the fall of Vladimir Putin. He declared in an interview with the BBC back in 2005 that

“I’m sure that Putin doesn’t have the chance to survive, even to the next election in 2008. I am doing everything in my power to limit his time frame, and I am really thinking of returning to Russia after Putin collapses, which he will. Today my number one priority in life is politics. I enjoy that. And I am sure that if I decide to continue to participate in Russian political life, I shall participate in power.”[2]

We are told that

In January 2006, Berezovsky stated in an interview to a Moscow-based radio station that he was working on overthrowing the administration of Vladimir Putin by force….

“On 13 April 2007, in an interview with The Guardian, Berezovsky declared that he was plotting the violent overthrow of President Putin by financing and encouraging coup plotters in Moscow: ‘We need to use force to change this regime. It isn’t possible to change this regime through democratic means. There can be no change without force, pressure.’

“He also admitted that during the last six years he had struggled hard to “destroy the positive image of Putin” and said that ‘Putin has created an authoritarian regime against the Russian constitution…. I don’t know how it will happen, but authoritarian regimes only collapse by force.’”

"Don't let Berezovsky release those pictures. That would ruin my legacy."
“Don’t let Berezovsky release those pictures. That would ruin my legacy.”

By 2012 or 2013, Berezovsky seemed to have left the sinking ship (the British oligarchy) and was planning to return to Russia. He seemed to have been willing to betray the power structure, which was a great risk in itself. Leaving the sinking ship was an unpardonable sin to the oligarchs, who were willing to move heaven and earth to protect the legacy of Prince Philip. Sokolov claimed that Brezovsky was also in the process of exposing Prince Philip. Sokolov declared:

“My sources suggest there are grounds to believe that Berezovsky – then exiled in Britain – had bought the so-called ‘Royal porno collection’ from its previous owner in Russia…he may have seen it as part of his ticket to become a British citizen, out of reach of the Moscow authorities.”[3]

Sokolov also said:

“Later, Her Majesty’s secret services disposed of the oligarch because they did not need him any longer. Or, perhaps more likely, they feared or discovered that wily Berezovsky had made copies of the sensational photographs which he was preparing to push into the wrong hands.”[4]

“Sokolov says he has seen the pictures, and they are ‘certainly embarrassing,’ noting that the Russian spy who copied them referred to them as his ‘Royal porno collection.’ He also claimed the pictures would end the monarchy if made public.”

If Sokolov is correct, then we have another piece of evidence which clearly suggests that the Zionist Mafia and their lackeys have been deliberately perpetuating false information about Russia. They told us ad nauseam that it was the Russian government that actually disposed Berezovsky. In March 2013, Forbes declared:

“Luke Harding, former Russia correspondent for The Guardian, just produced an article which strongly suggests, but never outright states, that Boris Berezovsky was murdered by the Russian secret services.”[5]

There seems to be a paradigm shift here. If Sokolov is right, then the Zionist Mafia and their marionettes have a lot of rethinking or reprograming to do. They will have to come up with another lie in order to delude the masses.

The simple question is this: will the Guardian and Forbes apologize to the Russian people and decent Americans who actually bought the story that Russia was involved in the death of Berezovsky? If they are not willing to release an apology, what does that tell us about them trying to pin Russia and Vladimir Putin as the evil empire?

[1] Will Stewart, “WAS OLIGARCH KILLED OVER ‘PRINCE PHILIP PORN PICS’? Boris Berezovsky was assassinated by British secret services because he had highly embarrassing photos of Prince Philip, author sensationally claims,” Sun, September 7, 2016.

[2] “Losing power: Boris Berezovsky,” BBC, September 27, 2005.

[3] “UK spies murdered runaway tycoon Berezovsky over Prince Philip ‘porn pics’ – Russian intel expert,” Russia Today, September 8, 2016.

[4] Stewart, “WAS OLIGARCH KILLED OVER ‘PRINCE PHILIP PORN PICS’? Boris Berezovsky was assassinated by British secret services because he had highly embarrassing photos of Prince Philip, author sensationally claims,” Sun, September 7, 2016.

[5] Mark Adomanis, “Was Boris Berezovsky Murdered? The Evidence Strongly Suggests No, But Luke Harding Says Maybe!,” Forbes, March 26, 2013.


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