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Oh I have no doubt your sources are quite accurate as far as the Russian military is concerned.
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: worldstarcountry
Oh yea, I remember when Obamas Press Secretary threatened Russian cities last year in September. Both sides have experienced explosions, interruptions, fires, and hacking on infrastructure since. In fact, I have alluded that this was the case some time now. Tit for tat. Perhaps the recent Dallas Sirens hacking which occurred hours after ShadowBrokers dumped the key to the NSA spy tool and the day following the tomahawks strike on Syria airbase, was also related?? Just to show "how bad do you want it to get, your people panic quite easily" or some #. After the threat, literally the day later, there was a hacking of an EMS with a cryptic message of a train hours before the hoboken NJ train derailment occurred. I am proud of myself, I really do have my third eye open!
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
State Department Issues Vielded Threat on Russian Cities
“Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft,” #John Kirby, the State Department's spokesperson, told reporters at Wednesday's press briefing.
All sides involved in Syria are experiencing freak accidents, explosions and failures on key infrastructure . Spectacular explosions and fires in many cases. If the "foreign fighters, intelligence assets, imported volunteer psychos, terrorists, and/or rebels" under the influence of Western orders, and the west just publicly, unapologetic, alluded that they may attack Russian cities and down aircraft... well folks, all I can infer from that is that this is an unofficial declaration of war on Russia and is exactly how they are likely interpreting it as. Be alert for this weekend on a more official line coming in to play. Check the buried pages, this won't be headline. The establishment is not going to translate to the citizenry what they just said in an open manner.
We have just been warned. The countdown is now ticking...
A Russian maritime patrol aircraft with multiple personnel on board was inadvertently shot down by Syrian regime anti-aircraft artillery on Monday after the Syrians came under attack by Israeli missiles, according to a US official with knowledge of the incident
The US found out about the incident because Syrian forces broadcast an emergency search and rescue radio call on an international frequency. The US then got a direct message from another country about the type of aircraft and circumstances of the incident. The official would not identify that country, but it is likely that Russia is the only nation that would know exactly what type of aircraft was shot down.
The Russian military says an Israeli raid on Syria triggered a chain of events that led to its Il-20 plane being shot down by a Syrian S-200 surface-to-air missile. Moscow reserves the right to respond accordingly.
originally posted by: toms54
a reply to: Zcustosmorum
I like RT as a source also. Of course you need to evaluate every story on a case by case basis as with any other story from anywhere. The reason I don't cite them on ATS anymore is because I receive so much pushback here that one or two pages of insults and nitpicking usually derails the thread completely. So I read RT but then look for corroboration elsewhere and then cite that instead.
originally posted by: worldstarcountry Can we just take off the gloves now and go at it for real and legit? All this pretending we are not actually fighting and producing Trump soap operas on TV to keep the lemmings distracted is starting to get boring.
originally posted by: wylekat
But- Russia is our *friend*! We kiss 'em, and schmooze 'em, and they fly our astronauts to the ISS, and blame us when one of their idiot workers poke a hole in a ship, and...