Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Stephen Harper

On 9 March 2010 we read about the alleged killing of a former 'Russian spy' Serge Serykh and his family in Scotland.

Serge Serykh, his wife, and a 20 year-old son, were found dead, at the foot of their Glasgow tower block, on 7 March 2010.

According to their neighbors, there was a raid on their flat by a group of unknown individuals prior to the death. (Russian.)

The neighbors initially assumed that it had been a police raid but the police categorically deny it.

Reportedly, Sergei Serykh had no problems when he lived in Canada from 2000 to 2006.

In 2006 Stephen Joseph Harper became the Prime Minister of Canada.

In 2007, the Serykh family fled to Europe.

Serykh may have believed that Stephen Harper was an agent of a foreign power.

In December 2008, Harper was awarded a prestigious Jewish International Leadership Award for his support of "Israel" by the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. (Defected Russian spy and his family in Scotland ...)

Recently, Mr Serykh had met Glasgow North East Member of Parliament Willie Bain. (Convinced Canada was dangerous, Russian family commits suicide)

According to Bain, Serykh had no outward appearances of mental illness.

"Tall and distinguished, with a slight grey tint to his hair, Mr. Serykh was well-dressed and articulate.

"He spoke perfect English and did not seem emotional or depressed.

"His stepson was with him when they visited the MP's office, and reiterated his father's belief that they could not return to Canada."

According to Rupert Murdoch's Times newspaper (UK), Serykh had appealed for asylum on the grounds that he feared Canadian security agents might kill him after he unveiled a plot between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

The Times reported that Serykh believed that he had uncovered a plot by the Canadian government to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II and claimed to be a Federal Security Service agent.

1 comment:

Gary M said...

Canada is full of foreign agents...If there is a person about to reveal the names of or "secrets" of these agents they are eliminated by the countries involved through mutual consent...
Canadians are much too smart to have elected a "foreign agent" to operate their country(ya ,right)...In a country where 25% of its population is foreign born Canada is a real threat to security in the USA...The USA now requires a passport for a US citizen to visit anywhere in Canada even if it is just to visit a family member 1000 feet over the border...The new rules are meant to track these foreign agents...

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