Russia’s Nuclear Expertise Wiped Out In Plane Crash

From ME in comments comes another nuclear story, and might I add, it is an ‘unclear’ story to boot.  In the week when a nuclear false flag attack is thought by many to be imminent in Germany, possibly justifying the ramping up of the wars in progress in Libya and Syria onto a nuclear footing, the Russians who must be aware of all these developments have now lost their key nuclear team in a plane crash.

HEre are the details and links as provided in the comment –

“The whole leadership of the designers units of Russia’s state nuclear corporation was killed when a Tu-134 passenger plane crash landed in the northern republic of Karelia. 

They were all were going to inspect a local plant in Petrozavodsk for exploring the possibility of placing nuclear industry’s orders there.”

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/Designer-of-Indian-N-reactor-killed-in-Russian-plane-crash/articleshow/8943539.cms


Article in full
MOSCOW: Sergei Ryzhov, the chief designer of the light water VVER nuclear reactors built by Russia in foreign countries, including India, was among those killed in the plane crash in Russia that claimed at least 44 lives. 

Russia has built many nuclear power plants abroad with the VVER reactor, including one in Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu.

The whole leadership of the designers units of Russia’s state nuclear corporation was killed when a Tu-134 passenger plane crash landed in the northern republic of Karelia.

They were all were going to inspect a local plant inPetrozavodsk for exploring the possibility of placing nuclear industry’s orders there.

The Telegraph doesn’t mention this?
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/8589682/Russia-blames-piloting-error-for-plane-crash.html


EXTRACT –


…The circumstances reminded him of a plane crash last April in western Russia that took the lives of 96 people including the Polish President Lech Kaczynski, he added.

Officials said the pilots appear to have ignored the air traffic controller’s advice to make a second approach because of thick fog, insisting that they would land manually “at their own risk.” The Soviet-era plane involved in the crash was thirty one years old, and Igor Levitin, Russia’s transport minister, has said such planes are too old to fly and should be withdrawn from service.
But Mr Ivanov said there was no point in banning them because there was nothing to replace them with. “We could of course ban them from flying. It would be an easy decision to take. But then what would we fly in?” he said.
Around 150 such planes are estimated to remain in service inside Russia, along with a similar number of ageing larger Tupolev-154 passenger liners which are also reaching the end of their service life.
Eight people survived the crash including a brother and sister although their mother died. Almost all of the survivors are either in a critical or very serious condition.

 

Aviation experts have repeatedly warned that Russian airlines are hiring insufficiently experienced pilots and then putting them under unacceptable pressure that encourages them to cut corners.


Suspicious… especially after the crash last year which killed a number of the Polish elite.


TAP – I’ll check out more of the details in the morning.


A.M.  The second time they claim pilots ignored advice from air traffic controllers.  When do pilots ever do that?  Plane over on its back another time from the picture.  It’s a rerun.


Why would Russian interior want to assassinate their own nuclear experts, unless they work for the NWO?  There were different groups within Germany in WW2 competing with each other, with different loyalties.  Putin might be keen to establish and maintain Russian independence, but maybe parts of the bureaucracy work for the NWO against him.  Just guessing here.  Anyone any idea?


No mention of the nuclear team in The Telegraph.  There’s no doubt which side they are on!

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