More G20 Awkward.

n contrast to the late (chopped to pieces) Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, at least Yulia and Sergei Skripal are still alive. That is … IF they are still alive. The father and daughter haven’t been seen nor heard for over near 15 months since surviving what is (still) alleged by United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May as a Russia-sponsored “Novichok” nerve agent attack.

The extreme, persistent controversy of the Skripal affair, combined with continuing troubling questions about their health, well-being and … well, aliveness, not to mention their recounts of what they experienced that March 2018 day, unsurprisingly has led to another very awkward moment at the annual G20 meeting in Osaka, Japan.

Could Russia’s Vladimir Putin have just asked Britain’s Theresa May “Where are Yulia and Sergei Skripal?”? Inquiring minds want to know, and that is why men and women around the world have for some 15 months been demanding a straight answer to precisely that same, hugely-important question.

***ALERT: People knowing the whereabouts of Yulia and/or Sergei Skripal are being strongly advised to call 9/11 or their nearest law enforcement agency immediately. Officials emphasized their advisory is directed at politicians as well, and most especially United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May. 

*Sarcasm aside and in all seriousness …

Where the hell are Yulia and Sergei Skripal?

And so it goes – June/July 2019 on planet Earth. 

G20 “Awkward” Moment.

ith imaginations running wild over possible developments at this year’s G20 meeting of the world’s largest economies, – adding to tensions already complicating the precarious state of international relations, the group photo produced on extremely awkward moment.

And so it goes – June 2019 on planet Earth…