Is this the next false flag?

With the President and the Zionists desperate to get WW3 under way, any loss of craft has to be looked at as a possible significant event.  A helicopter missing with no news as to its crew is an odd thing to be reporting.  What happened to radio contact with the crew?

US copter crashes into Red Sea; crew members missing

Sun Sep 22, 2013 3:59PM GMT
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A US Navy helicopter has crashed into the Red Sea, the military said in a statement. It added that the fate of five crew members “is still being determined.”

The MH-60S Knighthawk was flying with the guided missile destroyer USS William P. Lawrence, part of a carrier group dispatched to the region to threaten Syria.

The statement issued by the US Central Command, which oversees operations in the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, said “The crash was not due to any hostile activity,” adding that “The incident is under investigation.”

The USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group is providing aircraft and small boats for search and rescue operations.

The Nimitz and its escorts recently finished a deployment in the Persian Gulf and were diverted to the Red Sea as US vessels deploy off Syria in preparation for a possible intervention in Syria. 

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/22/325401/us-copter-crashes-into-red-sea-crew-members-missing/

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2 Responses to “Is this the next false flag?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Come on, lost at sea, pull the other one.
    There is enough radar in the area to detect every movement before it happens, by detecting noise.
    Were they all shut down like on 9-11.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I totally agree with this article. Everything about this incident screams Israeli false flag, starting with the staged photography. It is quite remarkable that AP photographers were there as the incident happened. The photos in all of these false flags are almost interchangeable. I was thinking of making a collage of just the photos of men carrying a child to safety. Every false flag seems to have a variation of this. One could also do a collage of all the bloodless victims.

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