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originally posted by: Shiloh7
No country is right all the time but if russia is trying to turn the tables on this unelected and disgusting cabal that clearly runs the world's powers today, then I hope he starts a revolution - because these psychotic maniacs who probably have more money than they could ever count, need to be got rid of to face the human rights court and their assets and money taken to put right the destruction they have caused all around the world.
Clearly, you're not aware that the Russians did admit they crossed the Turkish border, officially at 17 seconds intrusion and they have being arguing that their jet was shot in Syrian Air space rather than Turkish airspace.
originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: kloejen
If Putin knows Turkey downed the plane then there has to be evidence that is not on the unopened black box recorder. Why hasn't Putin presented the non black box evidence that proves Turkey shot down the plane?
originally posted by: DJW001
If the Russian plane was in Turkish airspace for 17 seconds, the Turks were right to shoot it down, even if it was heading back towards Syria when they fired. Putin is now attempting to change the story again. His hints at nuclear weapons is a desperation move because he knows that his inability to retaliate against Turkey makes him look weak.
originally posted by: AmericanRealist
a reply to: kloejen
There will probably be a silent reluctance to actually go analyze it. Or they will insist to let them take it to a more "secure" location in Europe for analysis in private without witnesses.
You must have a desire for war there DJW001, for only someone with this delusional desire could look at the events that occurred and believe Turkey to be in the right and justified for attempting to spark it.
originally posted by: Salander
That's my bet too--the Brits will "graciously" decline the Russian offer.