Monday, January 13, 2020

According to Russian Experts: The US Bears “Partial Responsibility” for the “Human Error” Which Caused the Ukrainian plane crash


Evil #5


Evil is as evil does.  According to the following post on Global Research, USrael bears "partial responsibility" for the downing of the Ukraine jetliner.  No wonder le Dauphin and his fellow vassals from the CBC were working overtime all weekend, attending vigils and melodramatically pushing the "tragedy of the Canadians of Iranian descent" who were killed in the crash.  Trudeau was ordered by his Ziofascist Globalist controllers to do so.  Ordered to imprint on the mushy brains of the non-sentient Canadian sheeple that it was "all Iran's faultHere we have information that leads to a more rational theory.  As I said at the very beginning in my first post on this topic....it was most likely the "usual suspects".  Just proves you can never go wrong when you blame the Zionists for any bomb anywhere in the world at any time.  It's what they doooooooooooo!  

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Global Research, January 12, 2020


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A Russian military site Avia.pro has addressed the issue of “human error” relating to the crash of Ukraine’s Boeing 737 [departing from Tehran] on January 8, minutes after takeoff, which resulted in the death of 179 passengers and members of the crew.

Relying on military experts, the report intimates that the incident bears a canny (point by point) resemblance to the destruction of a Russian IL-20 in Latakia, Syria in September 2018.

Israeli fighters, followed by Syrian missiles, used the Russian plane as a shield, even if it meant its destruction and the death of 15 passengers.

The Russian military website refers to an independent investigation that concluded  the US is “at least partial US responsibility” in the January 8 tragedy:

“According to experts, the US military had deliberately changed the information on the Ukrainian Boeing 737 flight, making it a real target for the Iranian air defense systems.”

According to data from Pentagon-related sources, several U.S. military planes were observed in the sky in the vicinity of Iran’s airspace, just at the time of the Boeing’s flight departure.

Anomalies were observed on Iran’s radar system, probably due to a cyber attack.

The civilian plane was therefore confused with a fighter plane heading directly for a military target.

“Since the pilot made a U-turn, it is very likely that the US cyber attack had also focused on the navigation system of the Ukrainian Boeing. This is not the first time that Americans have done this type of action, ” said Avia.pro.

In addition, a member of the Security and Defense Committee of the Russian Duma accused the provocative US measures against Iran of having been the cause of the Ukrainian plane crash.

Original article Corriere PL  (Italian) Translation by Global Research

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Greencrow says:  Next, we have an excellent op-ed posted in Aletho news by former congressman Ron Paul who correctly assigns blame for the entire latest Ziofascist caper in the Middle East.  According to him, it can all be traced back to the American refusal to leave Iraq after having been voted out of there by the Iraqi government.  I have said from the beginning that this is the huge black hole that the USraelis want to hide, distract from and cover up--with all their dangerous manipulations over the past several weeks.  The Usraelis DO NOT want Americans to wake up to the fact that the Iraqis democratically voted them out of the country.  

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"US to Iraq: ‘Vote All You Want, We’re Not Leaving!’
by Ron Paul
President Trump’s decision earlier this month to assassinate Iran’s top military general on Iraqi soil – over the objection of the Iraqi government – has damaged the US relationship with its “ally” Iraq and set the region on the brink of war. Iran’s measured response – a few missiles fired on an Iraqi base after advance warning was given – is the only reason the US is not mired in another Middle East war.
Trump said his decision to assassinate Gen. Qassim Soleimani was intended to prevent a war, not start a war. But no one in his right mind would think that killing another country’s top military leader would not leave that country annoyed, to say the least. Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Rand Paul (R-KY) said the Trump Administration’s briefing to Congress on its evidence to back up claims that Soleimani was about to launch attacks against the US was among the worst briefings they’d ever attended.
After initially claiming that Soleimani had to be taken out immediately because of “imminent” attacks he was launching against the US, Trump Administration officials including Secretary of State Pompeo and Defense Secretary Esper have been busy walking back those claims. Esper claimed over the weekend that he had not seen the intelligence suggesting an attack on US embassies was in the works. If the Secretary of Defense did not seen the intelligence, then who did?
No doubt the Iraqi leadership recognized these kinds of deceptions: the same kinds of lies were used to push the US into attacking their own country in 2003. So it should not have come as a big surprise that the Iraqi government met last week and voted that all foreign military personnel should leave Iraqi soil.
Then a funny thing happened when the Iraqi prime minister attempted to communicate to the US government the will of the Iraqi people through their democratically-elected officials. On Thursday Iraqi Prime Minister Mahdi phoned Pompeo to urgently request that Washington enact a US troop “withdrawal mechanism” in Iraq. American troops are in Iraq by invitation of the Iraqi government and the Iraqi government had just voted to revoke that invitation.
The State Department responded with a statement titled “The US Continued Partnership with Iraq,” in which it essentially said that the US would not abide by the request of its Iraqi partners because the US military is a “force for good” in the Middle East and that as such it is “our right” to maintain “appropriate force posture” in the region.
The US invaded Iraq based on Bush Administration lies and a million Iraqis died as a result. Later, President Obama ramped up the drone program and also backed al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists to overthrow the secular Syrian government. Obama also attacked Libya based on lies, leaving the country totally destroyed. Trump is assassinating foreign officials and threatening destruction of Iran.
And the State Department calls that a “force for good”?
The United States can be a true force for good, however. End the military occupation of the Middle East, end foreign military aid, stop using the CIA to overthrow governments. Allow Americans to travel and do business in any country they wish. Lead by example and demonstrate how free markets and peace benefit all. A “force for good” means not forcing others to bow to your will."

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Greencrow concludes:  I feel sorry for all my fellow Canadians who were duped by "Mr. Tearjerker" Trudeau and his fellow CBC ziofascist controllers over the weekend.  They will never know the truth about why those Iranian Canadians had to die--or who actually killed them.  When that instant of blinding white light awareness occurs-- in those few final seconds when the "usual suspects" finally get their WWIII and the truth finally [maybe] sinks in...they'll turn to the "truthers" [on the alternative Internet blog sites like mine] and say "Wha……..?!"

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