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Russian Jet Crash in Sinai: What Really Happened?

Posted by feww on November 2, 2015

State-sponsored terrorism, deadly criminal conspiracy, Airbus catastrophic failure, or human error?

As Russia mourns victims of its deadliest aviation disaster that killed 224 people including 25 children, the big question remains, what really happened?

The Airbus A321-200 (reg. no. EI-ETJ) crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Desert just 20 minutes after it took off Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport, headed towards the Russian city of St Petersburg.

The 19-year-old plane, clocking a total of 56,000 flight hours during almost 21,000 flights, had been operated by Metrojet since 2012.

‘External influence’ caused Sinai plane crash: Airline Official

“We are certain that neither technical malfunction nor pilot error” caused the disaster, said Aleksandr Smirnov, the fleet supervisor for Kogalymavia airline (operating under the name Metrojet), the company that owns the plane.

“The only [reason] for the plane to have been destroyed in mid-air can be specific impact, purely mechanical, physical influence on the aircraft,” Smirnov said.

“There is no such combination of failures of systems which could have led to the plane disintegrating in the air,” he added.

Another airline official has admitted that the plane’s tail had been damaged in 2001 during take-off, but it had been repaired.

The widow of the plane’s co-pilot has reportedly told Russian TV her husband had complained about the aircraft’s “technical condition” prior to the flight.

“It would be wrong to articulate any preliminary guesses or voice statements that are not based on anything,” said a Kremlin spokesman. “Let the investigators produce at least some results first.”

The problem? There are far too many coincidences!


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3 Responses to “Russian Jet Crash in Sinai: What Really Happened?”

  1. Anonymous said

    Chief of Russia’s security agency has agreed to say “traces of foreign explosives” were found on debris of the Metrojet Airbus A321 that crashed in Egypt last month, killing all 224 people on board.

    Just who benefits from the ISIS/ISIL/daesh?

    It’s estimated that the Security-Industrial complex will reap a multibillion landfall from the Paris incident alone!

    2014 Arms sales by country (millions of U.S. dollars) – Stockholm International Peace Research Institute:
    1. United States: 10,194
    2. Russia: 5,971
    3. China: 1,978
    4. France: 1,200
    5. Germany: 1,110
    6. UK: 1,083
    7. Israel: 1,074
    8. Spain: 824
    9. Italy: 786
    10. Ukraine: 664
    11. Netherlands: 561
    12. Sweden: 394
    13. Switzerland: 350
    14. Turkey: 274
    15. Canada: 234
    [The amounts crudely represent estimated volumes of arms transfers, but do not include cost of military/security “software,” which are several magnitudes of order higher.]

  2. Kelsey said

    As insensitive as it might sound, given the tragic loss of lives in the Metrojet crash, the recent allegations of ISIS targeting only the Russians reminds of me of an old joke passed around in poker circles. A player goes to a draw poker card club for the first time. After a few hours, he get 4 aces (quad rockets) and begins to bet heavily. He gets called by a player who shows a hand of K9268, four different suits.

    As the dealer starts to push the pot to the guy with the K high hand, the first player says, “I have got four aces.” The dealer says, “Yes, but he’s got wildcat,” pointing to sign on the wall that says, “A wildcat is the best hand.”

    Sure enough, later that night the player gets a K9268 himself and after massive betting gets shown the sign that says, “A wildcat is only good once a night.”

    In a recent interview, the CNN’s mini Spinmeister, the Pakistani journalist F. Zakaria, and his guest, the ex-CIA boss Michael Hayden, desperately tried to pin the crash on the terrorist group. They explained and reasoned, hoping someone would buy their jaundiced narrative. [Which is of course backed by “new evidence” that “sources in Israel” who have detected “terrorist chatter”… !!!]

    In fact, they’re so desperate to “answer” the comment posted by Soc, they bundled the downing of the Metrojet airliner with the October 2014 shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, and the January 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.

    Not many CNN viewers would remember that the French military carried out its first airstrikes against ISIS in Syria on September 27, 2015. Also, their viewers would probably overlook the fact that Canadian fighter jets conducted their first air strikes targeting ISIS terrorist in Syria on April 9, 2015.

    Even if the cause of the crash is proven to be an explosive device, in all likelihood, it would have been planted by the states that do NOT want the Russians bombing their terrorists in Syria.

  3. Soc said

    a subtle, but very interesting development lately! the US and UK blaming ISIS for the downing of the Flight KGL 9268 means the terrorists heavily discriminate against their enemies. Evidently, they are OK when bombed only by NATO, but retaliate if bombed by Russians.

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