Yushchenko 'Poison Plot’ Is a Fraud!
By JUSTIN RAIMONDO
The world headlines blared: "Doctors confirm Yushchenko Poison Claim" – and yes, even I believed it. But, you know what? It's a lie. And now the truth iscoming out.
I knew that there was something fishy about the whole poison sensation, even as I blindly accepted the pronouncement of a certain Dr. Michael Zimpfer, of the Rudollfinerhaus Clinic in Vienna, Austria, who said that the tests had "proved" the poisoning hypothesis, and he considers the "case closed".
To begin with, dioxin as a tool of would-be assassins just doesn't make a whole lot of sense: the victim would take too long to die, besides that, not a single case of dioxin death poisoning has ever been recorded. It is also interesting that Yushchenko wanted to delay anyofficial investigation into this poisoning until after the December 26 election.
How noble and, as it turns out,how utterly phony.
Surely, everyone assumes that a man with a "Dr." in front if his name is a sacred oracle, from whom only truth can spring, and, in any case, Zimpfer was the doctor in charge ofthis case – right?
Wrong!In the news accounts that hit the world media, Zimpfer was variously described as "president" or the "head" of this Clinic in Vienna, but as it turns out, he was not a doctor at all but an "administrative chief."
The chief medical doctor who supervised Yushchenko's case was Dr. Lothar Wicke. I put this in the past tense because, last December 9, Dr. Wicke resigned. It seems that his skeptical remarks about this dioxin poisoning of Yushchenko did him in. Right after his resignation (or forced resignation) Dr. Wicke had accused unnamed individuals that were not on the medical staff at all, of spreading "medically falsified diagnosis concerning the condition of Mr. Yushchenko". He also pointed out in his press conference that there is absolutely no evidence that Yushchenko had been poisoned, either deliberately or otherwise. This of course did not endear him to the Yushchenko crowd.
According to the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung," a leading newspaper in Germany, and reporter Emil Bobi, of the Austrian magazine "Profil", Dr. Wicke received numerous death threats and explicit warnings from the Yushchenko clan, here in Vienna and in Kiev. The newspaper and the magazine both reported: "Thereafter Yushchenko's' peoplemade it clear to Dr. Wicke that he must not say anything more concerning this affair, since otherwise (as Wicke put it)" one would resort to other means against me and the hospital."
Also, the December 10, 2004 issue of Le Figaro, a leading French daily newspaper, revealed the atmosphere of thuggishness that prevailed during Yushchenko's sojourn to the Vienna Clinic. It described the outbreak of violent scuffles at one news conference, involving a "strange security force with Slavic accents that accompanied Yushchenko." The Austrian police came to blows with the security force of Yushenko.
According to Dr. Wicke, he reported how he was berated by Yushchenko that this "might cause me to lose the election." An armed Austrian guard was assigned by the Austrian police to guard Dr. Wicke. Dr. Wicke was afraid for his life and his family and therefore resigned.
So, what is it that ailed Viktor Yushchenko? Beneath the cloud of murk hanging over this case, there is the truth waiting to be found. There is also the question of his lifestyle which may account for the deterioration of Yushchenko's face. The real story is still to be told. There is also the question of heavy involvement in Ukraine's internal affairs by the National Endowment for Democracy of George Soros, NATO, the EU, the OSCE as well as so far unreported, the extremely heavy German involvement in Ukraine, politically, economically, financially – overtly and covertly.
This was written before the December 26h election in Ukraine.
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