Russian Metrojet Takedown Evidence Points To A Bomb Or Directed Energy Weapon
TMR Editor’s Note:
Cui bono? A clear answer to that question, while applying Occam’s Razor, ought to piece this conspiracy together quite nicely. Without question, the Zio-Anglo-American Axis had the most to gain, while the Russo-Egypt alliance crashed and burned in the Sinai desert. As for ISIS, they’re just the willing patsy to deflect blame from the real perps. They possess neither the technology nor the knowhow to pull off such a sophisticated blackop.
The strengthening military relationship between Egypt and Russia is the single greatest threat to both Zionist Israel and to the traditional Anglo-American dominance throughout the Middle East. Henceforth, a strong Russian military presence in Syria, as well as in the greater Levant region, poses the biggest impediment to Zionism’s Greater Israel Project. The following link breaks down the relevant back story with significant detail.
As for what exactly took down Russia’s Kogalymavia Flight 9268, there are only 3 possibilities. After all, jet airliners have never demonstrated the tendency of spontaneously disintegrating in thin air, even though the mainstream media (MSM) would have us believe that scenario. The MSM also seems too quick to use the ‘spontaneous combustion theory’ as it casts Russia’s aging commercial airline fleets in a negative light, thereby bringing down yet another piece of their economy.
It’s quite obvious that a missile delivered by a military fighter jet or ground-based anti-aircraft weapon is way too obvious. In either case satellite imagery would identify the exact originating source, as well as the energy and trajectory signatures. Hence, that weapon will likely be ruled out since ISIS could not have performed the shoot-down without direct U.S. and/or Israeli assistance.
The remaining two weapon modalities both remain in play — a planted bomb prior to flight or a directed-energy weapon (DEW). The following excerpt clarifies what few realize about the state of the art of DEWs. Given the scientifically identified flash referred to in the article that follows, a DEW remains in play, especially if they fail to find all the appropriate bomb residues and “exit wounds” on the fuselage.
Of course, both Israel and the USA do possess advanced electronic warfare weaponry that can take an airliner out of the sky with the push of a button. Those directed-energy weapons utilize EMP technology and can be fired from American space-based weapons which are situated on strategically located satellites. This same type of technologically advanced weaponry can also be discharged from specially equipped battleships and ground-based facilities.
(Source: Russian Airliner Takedown Over Sinai: Was It The MOSSAD, the CIA, ISIS Or All Three?)
However, it is the 3rd alternative — a planted bomb — which was the most likely weapon of this odious act of state-sponsored terrorism. Particularly because only the U.S. Military and Israel could have effectively employed a DEW can that be eliminated, as its use would categorically incriminate one or the other. Therefore, a strategically planted bomb, possessing no material evidence of its true origin, was most probably the weapon of choice.
If the forensic evidence fails to support a plausible bomb narrative, then the ZIO-Anglo-American DEW scenario may have been utilized quite purposefully to send a direct message to Russia: Get out of the Mideast or else Russia will expose its civilian and military flights to similar threats.
Infrared Satellite Detects Flash Near Site Of Russian Metrojet Crash
The new evidence suggests an onboard explosion may have downed the airliner, killing 224.
New evidence suggests an onboard explosion may have caused a Russian Metrojet airliner to break apart and crash in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula over the weekend.
Infrared satellite images released by U.S. officials to NBC News show a heat flash near the location of the crash that killed all 224 passengers, the network reported.
The sign of a flash contradicts speculation that the commercial airliner was downed by a missile. Instead, intelligence analysts told NBC, it suggests that the explosion may have originated on board the plane.
“The speculation that this plane was brought down by a missile is off the table,” the official told NBC.
Russian officials expressed doubt after an Islamic State affiliate claimed responsibility for the crash, arguing that the terrorist organization likely lacks sophisticated weaponry needed to shoot down a plane from an altitude of 31,000 feet.
“It’s unlikely, but I wouldn’t rule it out,” the U.S. director of national intelligence, James Clapper, said of terrorist involvement.
Meanwhile, the Russian airline on Monday denied that mechanical failure or pilot error could have caused the crash.
“The only possible explanation could be an external impact on the airplane,” said Alexander Smirnov, Metrojet’s deputy director. Russia’s top aviation official chided the company for “jumping the gun” on ruling out mechanical or pilot error.
Some airlines, including Emirates, Lufthansa and Air France-KLM, have rerouted flights to avoid flying over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula until the investigation determines a cause.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.