US and Ukraine May Be Planning MH17 Style Provocation in Syria
Washington may be so desperate to discredit Putin and Assad, who are on the verge of wiping out the terrorists in Aleppo, that it will use the same reprehensible trick it did in Donbass
After September 17th when the US Air force bombed the Syrian troops that were besieged by the US terror troops in town Deir EzZor, and the following provocation with the UN humanitarian convoy, we have been waiting for the next Pentagon and CIA provocation. The military psyop specialists are getting paid millions of dollars to invent these provocations, and we, collectively, trying to prevent them from happening and to untangle them after they take place. We do all these intelligence as volunteers.
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Here are a few bits of information for you to think about.
On October 6, 2016, Christian Borys, a Canadian Journalist based in Eastern/Central Europe and a contribution writer for VICE, the Guardian, RFERL, The Daily Beast, MacleansMag, TheEIU, Global Television, Al Jazeera, had posted the following tweet:
The U.S is painting their F/A-18’s to match the paint schemes of Russian jets in Syria. Standard training, but interesting nonetheless.
On October 9, some flight trackers noticed an inconsistency in the flight route of an Ukrainian airline company plane.
A passenger flight from Ukraine to Israel took rather unusual and dangerous route
Ukrainian Mediterranean Airlines (code UF781) flight status from Kiev to Amman.
— Dmitry Tarasov (@tarasov_dp)9 октября 2016 г.
General flight information: Ukrainian Mediterranean Airlines UF781: info and flight status. The flight UF 781 connects the airport Borispol of Kiev and the airport Queen Alia Intl of Amman. The flight is operated by the airline Ukrainian Mediterranean Airlines (IATA code: UF, ICAO code: UKM). The distance between the two airports is about 2.085 Km and the flight time is about 3h 18m (the flight time is approximate, and may vary as a function of the air route and the type of aircraft used). For flights of some airlines (and to the main airports) you can also find real-time information on flight arrival or departure, info about delays or cancellations and the flight status.
— Dmitry Tarasov (@tarasov_dp)9 октября 2016 г.
As you can see, the flight UF-781 took a sharp turn left and made a loop over the Syrian airspace, instead of following a safe route over Israel. The same fight went back over Syria again.
Considering that the US terror troops fighting in Syria have just received MANPADS from Pentagon, making flights over Syrian war zone is not particularly bright idea. Maybe, we can find out who was the pilot? Interesting also what do the passengers think of this?
There are a few ideas about what could take place. I will list them below.
Also on October 9th, a flight tracker from Israel tweeted a peculiar screenshot
At least 4 USN plans (P8A & TEX2), 1 NASA, 1 USArmy BE20 along with AZAZ909 c/s usually used by RuAF @planesonthenet ??
It looks like P-8s could be aircraft returning to Florida from hurricane evacuation. However, why would radar see TWO Russian AZAZ909 AWACS aircraft?
Yaniv Schwartz also tweeted” “if u playback this screen u could see that the 2 Azazs have exactly the same hex and reg… maybe a glitch or another mystery.”
Meaning that the radar saw two aircraft with the same hex code, and the registration number. Which is only possible if they are been spoofed.
We have got information that at least past week the US air force with sweat, blood and tears, repainting their Fs into sky-blue and white colors of the Russian SUs.
During this eventful week Pentagon came out and declared that they, via their proxies or directly, will kill more Russian troops in Syria and more Russian people in Russian cities.
Russia responded with a promise to shoot “unidentified flying objects” and everything the Russian air force would perceive as threat.
Russia also has installed its S-300 air defense missile launchers.
We also have the evidence of the American fighter jets painted in Russia’s colors. And we have evidence of the US fighter jets flying with transponders able to fool radars with mimicking the Russian reconnaissance aircraft hex code and registration. It’s the same for two aircraft, but it is enough for a provocation.
Next, we have got a Ukrainian passage jet on its way to Amman Jordan, flying into no-fly zone over Syria.
- The repainting of the US fighter jets into Russian color scheme wasn’t a “regular training;”
- Ukraine regime send their international passenger jet into a war-zone to be taken down by an American fighter jet masquerading as a Russian jet to put a blame on Russia;
- As a variant, the US shoots down a Ukrainian plane over the territory controlled by the US terror army (ISIS, Daesh, Al Nusra, Kurds) and blames Russian S-300. On the territory controlled by the American terrorists, it would be impossible to prove otherwise, just like in Donbass with MH17.
- For the past two weeks the American reconnaissance jets conducted several flights along Crimean coastal line, to get reading on the parameters of the Russian radars. because the US needed to know the exact parameters of the radars to be able to calculate what they see in order to produce the Russian AZAZ 909 transponder signal and ADS-B signals.
- There were no AZAZ imitating jets flying over Maryland, but it’s an attempt to fool civil radars and to use flight trackers to falsify flight information. In essence to post on the civil radars fake information about non-existing aircraft that Pentagon wants the general public to find on the flight trackers. In this instance, Pentagon wants people to think that two Russian reconnaissance jets flew over Washington.
- Usually other flight trackers confirm certain interesting information. In this case they are all quiet. Are they all quiet because they know that it’s fake? It could be that “Yaniv Schwartz” is a part of some kind of plot and he/they are distributing this information with the aim to cause a panic among the gullible American public.
That’s all I’ve got for now…
What do you think about this?