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Malaysian Flight Shot Down, But Why?

It’s not the first time an airliner has been shot down and there are so many spins out there right now that the media really does look like circus act.  Let’s ask some basic questions and see what unusual answer pops up.

First question is why shoot down an airliner?  KAL007 was shot down by a Russian fighter when it was misidentified.  IranAir Flight 655 was shot down by the USS Vincennes (CG-49) when it was misidentified. I’m not getting into TWA800 but you can say that one was shot down too if it makes you feel better. The answer is that airliners get shot down by accident.

Second question is when do people shoot down aircraft?  There are many answers to this question but for the sake of our argument I say that the best time to shoot down an aircraft as it enters your country and before it gets to bomb anything.

Third question is who shot Malaysia Air 17?  Ukrainian Separatists seem to be taking credit for the shooting.  This is odd considering that “Ukrainian Separatists” can be read as “Russian Army”.  Why would the Russians shoot down anything.  It doesn’t play to Putin’s Peace Plan for the region.  That leaves the Ukraininans doing the shooting, but the aircraft was leaving their airspace and was obviously not hostile.

Flip that last statement.  Malaysia Air 17 was about to ENTER Russian airspace. Now using our misidentification data from the other shoot downs, what or who was Malaysia Air mistaken for?

Did I mention Putin was returning from Brazil and was scheduled to be in that airspace at that time?

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Read on Loyal Reader:

Malaysian Airlines MH17 plane was traveling almost the same route as Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s jet shortly before the crash that killed 295, Interfax news agency reports citing sources.

“I can say that Putin’s plane and the Malaysian Boeing intersected at the same point and the same echelon. That was close to Warsaw on 330-m echelon at the height of 10,100 meters. The presidential jet was there at 16:21 Moscow time and the Malaysian aircraft – 15:44 Moscow time,” a source told the news agency on condition of anonymity.

“The contours of the aircrafts are similar, linear dimensions are also very similar, as for the coloring, at a quite remote distance they are almost identical”, the source added.

At the same time, there have been reports contradicting Intefax’s report that was the first and the only media source to publish the news, saying that Presidential plane was not flying over Ukraine at the same time.

As a source told Gazeta.ru online news portal, Putin’s plane does take off from Vnukovo-3 [the terminal that accepts business jets], but the president does not fly over the conflict-gripped neighboring country.

“Putin has only one jet – Board One, he does not fly other planes. This plane always takes off from Vnukovo-3, but the presidential plane have not been flying over Ukraine for a while,” the source at Vnukovo-3 terminal said.

President Putin was on his way from Brazil, where he attended the BRICS summit, to Moscow.

Flight MH17 crashed in Ukraine on a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpar, and was carrying 295 people.

The passenger Boeing-777 was expected to enter Russian airspace at 5:20pm local time, but never did, a Russian aviation industry source was cited by Reuters.

“The plane crashed 60km away from the border, the plane had an emergency beacon,” ITAR-TASS cited its source.  Read more

I do not think that the New World Order tried to kill Putin, but I put a dollar down on someone wanting him dead.  The Ukrainians for one,  pissed of home grown Russians for two. Yes, TASS is already reporting that Putin’s plane was nowhere nearby.  But you’d expect them to say that.  In the meantime why have the Russians sealed off the wreckage from everybody when it’s spread all over the Ukraine? Hmmmm?

 

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