Monday, September 24, 2018

Russian Restraint

Seeking Justice,

The Russian Ministry of Defense has completed it's investigation, including high level Israeli delegation to Moscow on Yom Kippur, and finds that Israeli failure to keep her agreement led to the death of 15 Russian military personnel as a direct result. ("Accident" excuse is "accepted".)
A minute-by-minute account of the Il-20 downing shows Israel's culpability and either its military bosses' lack of appreciation of relations with Moscow, or their control of commanding officers, the Russian defense ministry said.
"We believe that the blame for the Russian Il-20 aircraft tragedy lies entirely with the Israeli Air Force," said spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov, before revealing a detailed account of events leading to the downing of the Russian Il-20 military aircraft on September 17. The plane was shot down by the Syrian air defense units as Israeli's F-16s effectively used it as a cover during the attack on its neighbor.
The report featured previously undisclosed radar data and details of communications between Russian and Israeli militaries, and concluded that "the military leadership of Israel either has no appreciation for the level of relations with Russia, or has no control over individual commands or commanding officers who understood that their actions would lead to tragedy."...

"This is an extremely ungrateful response to all that has been done by the Russian Federation for Israel and the Israeli people recently," Konashenkov said.

Russia will supply S-300 missile systems to Syria right away. This will exclude foreign aircraft from Syrian skies, and can easiiy take down intruders on the run after they attack, even in Israeli airspace.
“The situation has changed, and not due to our fault.”...
“In 2013 on a request from the Israeli side we suspended the delivery to Syria of the S-300 system, which was ready to be sent with its Syrian crews trained to use it,” the statement said.
The S-300 is a relatively modern system capable of engaging targets at the range of up to 250 km. Syria’s current anti-aircraft systems are older models that didn’t stop Israel from attacking targets on Syrian territory.
The Russian military will also supply better control systems to Syrian Air Defense Troops, “which are only supplied to the Russian Armed Forces,” defense chief Sergey Shoigu elaborated. This will allow integration of Syrian and Russian military assets, allowing the Syrian to have better targeting information. “The most important thing is that it will ensure identification of Russian aircraft by the Syrian air defense forces.” Potentially it would also expose Israeli aircraft tracked by Russian radar stations to Syrian fire.
The third measure announced by the Russian defense ministry is a blanket of electronic countermeasures over Syrian coastline, which would “suppress satellite navigation, onboard radar systems and communications of warplanes attacking targets on Syrian territory.” ...
Commenting on the development later in the day, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stressed that the Russian leadership made the decision to protect Russian aircraft in Syria from further friendly fire incidents and “is not directed against third nations.” (heh, heh, heh. You made your bed, now lie in it!)

Moon of Alabama:
The area where these electronic measures will be applied will certainly include most of Lebanon which air space Israel used several times to attack Syria. That and the upgrades of Syria's defenses will not be the only steps Russia will take. There will be additional political measure against Israel which are yet to be announced.
Israel knows that it can only do little against the Russian responses to its devious attack. That is why some of its lawmakers now ask for even greater U.S. involvement in Syria. The U.S. military will not be happy about that.

​Josh Bolton hopes Russia will reconsider S-300 sale to Syria".​ "It would be a significant escalation", quoth the walrus-of-blood.

Thanks Tom:  
President Trump has revealed what he considered to be the biggest mistake in American history in an interview with The Hill, pointing the finger at his Republican predecessor George W. Bush.
"The worst single mistake ever made in the history of our country: going into the Middle East, by President Bush," the President said. "Obama may have gotten [U.S.] soldiers out wrong, but going in is, to me, the biggest single mistake made in the history of our country."
Trump went on to claim that the US had spent a fortune on its military campaigns in the Middle East. "We spent $7 trillion in the Middle East. Now, if you wanna fix a window some place they say, 'oh gee, let's not do it.' Seven trillion, and millions of lives — you know, ‘cause I like to count both sides. Millions of lives," Donald Trump added.
"To me, it's the worst single mistake made in the history of our country. (The US) Civil War you can understand. Civil War, Civil War. That's different. For us to have gone into the Middle East, that was a bad day for this country, I will tell you."

It was the acts of 9/11/01 which provided the justification for that "biggest mistake in American history".
I received this link just before 9/11/18, and have been keeping it as a tab, reluctant to send it, but.... 
It proposes that the Russians leaked what they knew about 9/11 to Veterans Today, and this is it. American recycled artillery mini-nukes, W-54, were diverted to Israel, instead of being recycled, and put to multiple uses, as the Mossad saw fit, and business made profitable.

Here is the Veterans Today story from 2 years ago.

Bill sent this concise, graphic physical analysis of the nukes-in-the-basements theory of 9/11 twin tower collapse, which is a very helpful and physically plausible presentation.

Deputy Atty. General Rod "the wire" Rosenstein Resigns, quickly... The Deep State is loosening-up as the rats start ratting on each other.

"Brexit is All Theater", says Tom Luongo. Thanks Eleni (It looks like there will be November snap-elections in the UK. Theresa may must deeply long for release from the mess she has made. Who will be the assigned captain of the ship, headed for the melting iceberg of the EU? Icebergs get hurt, too, ya'know.

Charlie Chaplain 

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