Have a look at this article from Zero Hedge…
…It features a photo of the bomb ISIS supposedly used to bring down the Russian airliner, and it includes this foreboding passage…
>>> Russia FSB chief Aleksandr Bortnikov said: “traces of a foreign-made explosive substance” have been found. “During the flight, a homemade device with the power of 1.5 kilograms of TNT was detonated.” <<<
So let’s take a moment to think this whole situation over…
1) Before ISIS bombed the Russian airliner, Russia had been concentrating its airstrikes against anti-Assad “rebels” / Western regime change forces.
2) After the bombing and during the G20, the West pressured Russia to stop bombing the “rebels” and start bombing the people who brought down the airliner, ISIS.
Given that the “Western” intelligence services run both the “rebels” and ISIS, and looking at these two points, can you see the motive for the “Western” intelligence services ordering ISIS to blow up the Russian airliner? It was to draw Russia away from bombing the “rebels” and towards bombing ISIS.
Now that Russia is saying a “foreign-made” explosive substance brought down the plane, all that’s needed to justify a war is for the Russians to announce that…
1) the explosive was American-made, and
2) their intelligence services have uncovered a direct chain of command from the CIA to ISIS that ordered the attack.
Ergo, the US ordered the destruction of the Russian airliner.
[Addendum 1 – 18 November 2015] – The creepy propaganda buildup to war
I’m currently in the process of tracking the propaganda progression that followed the Metrojet bombing on October 31, and it’s creepy as hell. Here is very telling snippet that appeared on November 8 in the Daily Mail, just 5 days before the Paris attacks…
>>> Putin is criticised for concentrating Russian bombing on anti-Assad groups, not Isis.
If the destruction of Flight 9268 was the work of Isis, isn’t that likely to refocus his mind? A new alliance of the West and Russia, combining with forces in Syria, might halt Islamic state, or drive it underground. There’s an obvious downside: it would increase the terrorist danger from Isis supporters who live among us.
Our current terror threat is ‘severe’ — just one below the top category, ‘critical’. Are we, our so-called partners in Europe and the Americans prepared to fight a full-on war against Isis even if this results in a showdown with its hidden supporters in our cities? <<<
They were telegraphing this whole thing all along. I’m sorry I didn’t catch it.
I’ll put out an update on the full story as soon as I can, either late Thursday or Friday. Tomorrow morning is Starbucks day with my son.
For more background information on the Syrian scenario, see Update 87.