Late Thursday night, 17 July, a Kiev origin clip on YouTube mixed and melded the Su25 military airplane downing – an incident in which the fighter plane was seriously damaged, only – with the total destruction of flight MH17. The clip presents alleged recordings of a conversation between a proRussian separatist and his coordinator Vasyl Geranin, claimed to be a colonel in the Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Army. Their conversation concerns an airplane that is forced to the ground but the translated version does not distinguish whether this was a civilian or a military jet, and may well concern the Ukrainian Su25 in an incident which the Kiev flash mob government first claimed to be action by proRussian rebels using Russian-supplied anti aircraft missiles.
In that Su25 incident, Russia promptly denied any involvement. Later on in the same clip, it ends with another conversation this time between an unidentified, purported rebel leader and a claimed Cossack militant operating in eastern Ukraine, backing the rebels. The Cossack says that markings on the wreckage of MH17 clearly show it is a civil airliner – claiming to say pieces of wreckage are so large that “Malaysian Airlines” can be easily read. This is technically almost impossible following the total destruction at high altitude of any type of plane, followed by its wreckage falling to ground by gravity and further dislocating while doing so.
Like the Ukraine, Syria is a high-stake geopolitical game. Claimed motives as to why Vladimir Putin’s Russia never wavered in its political support to the Assad regime included the “Qatar gas pipeline” story – in other words the false flag of Syrian toxic gas utilization was fabricated in order to create western public support for the overthrow of Bashr al Assad and the later building of a gas pipeline across Syria bringing “friendship gas” from US ally Qatar’s giant gas field to Europe via a Mediterranean port. In theory, this could seriously dent Gazprom’s “stranglehold” on the lucrative European gas market, resulting in Putin backing Syria’s Assad. Follow the gas, follow the real narrative.
If you know who the real aggressor is in this drama then you can guess what’s coming next. The false flag war will evidently continue, and become even more violent and bizarre.
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