Tuesday, November 3, 2015

UPDATED:Four Points to Ponder re the Russian Passenger Jet

UPDATED: November 3, 2015 - Interesting how the US has shared that a US infrared satellite reportedly detected a heat flash in the same vicinity, indicating that an explosion may have happened on board. ...when it still hasn't shared information its satellites gathered---regarding the downing of MH17. And nobody calls them on it...except little moi.


Photo of Russian Metrojet

Here are four undisputed facts/theories related to the Russian passenger jet takedown that I haven't seen in the M$M or alternate news yet.  If anyone else has seen these points covered, I would appreciate receiving a link in the comments section.  Thanks.

1.  The doomed flight was heading to St. Petersburg, Vladimir Putin's home town;

2.  Israel was the only regional major stakeholder NOT attending the Vienna meeting that took place last week to hammer out a peace agreement regarding Syria.  No reason for Israel's non attendance at this historic meeting has been given (that I've seen) was it a snub or a boycott???

3.  If there were Israeli military in the region at the time of the crash then the crash scene evidence might have been contaminated before the Egyptians and/or Russian investigators got there;

4.  Even if the passenger jet was sabotaged...as I said in an earlier post...it might not be in the best interests of Russia to admit it, or accuse the perpetrator.  It might be better to stay silent and just "get even" behind the scenes.  The guilty party will sweat bullets waiting for the inevitable retaliation.

6 comments:

Penny said...

"Even if the passenger jet was sabotaged...as I said in an earlier post...it might not be in the best interests of Russia to admit it, or accuse the perpetrator. It might be better to stay silent and just "get even" behind the scenes. The guilty party will sweat bullets waiting for the inevitable retaliation"

I agree with that 100 percent. Revenge is a dish best served cold.

Penny said...

And I should add, an intelligent savvy individual will understand the pertinence of that wisdom. That said, the Russians understand it perfectly. The Russian gov & Putin, no doubt understand that concept clearly.

greencrow said...

Yes, there's a lot going on behind the scenes (in the Kremlin) in that regard right now, no doubt, Penny. Thx

gc

greencrow said...

Funny, I just saw a new report on Strategika 51 (rough translation from the French)

https://strategika51.wordpress.com/2015/11/04/vers-un-renversement-de-situation-au-proche-orient/
that addresses why Israel did not attend the Vienna meeting. Here's the relevant paragraph:

"...Finally, on October 30, the United States and Russia met a larger Areopagus including all participants in the two previous meetings plus Egypt, China, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Oman, the Union European and UN. If the press has esbaudie the presence of Iran who had been kept out of any regulation since the conflict began, she did not notice the return of Egypt's al-Sissi Marshal who returns on the international scene thanks to the discovery of its new oil reserves, or the continued absence of the main regional power, Israel. This last point can be explained only if the Jewish state had previously obtained the guarantee of achieving one of its war aims, the creation of a colonial state in northern Syria."

Frankly, I hardly believe that Russia would agree with the "creation of a colonial state in northern Syria." But at least the writer attempts to address the 50 million dollar question.

gc

Northerntruthseeker said...

Hey there...two of my favorite ladies in the comment section here! Good points by the way Penny.

I still am not sold on the Russiansame being antagonists to the psycho Israelis though...At least not yet....But again the evidence points to either a missile or a bomb on board.

Good stuff Crow...Keep up the good work.

greencrow said...

Thanks for your encouragement, NTS. Here is a good analysis of some of Russia's "grey areas" in the ME chaos:

The Anti-Empire Report #140

http://williamblum.org/aer/read/140