posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 11:08 PM
Originally posted by ArMaP
So, who were the countries doing the cover-up and what do you think was the reasons behind it?
Most prominently Russia, I do think the Arctic Sea was transporting "something" other than timber. I would also tend to think the country with the
most balls to "hijack" the ship would be the Israelis, most probably because the hidden cargo was something they couldn't have reach it's destination.
Finland, the UK and U.S. probably played support roles, either with keeping the Russians off the trail or perhaps even being the ones to remove the
extra cargo on the ship. Russia couldn't admit what was really on board, the Israelis and the UK and U.S. would allow the Russians enough wiggle room
to get out of the mess without anyone really knowing what transpired. It all worked...... Nobody knows what really occurred, everyone has plausible
deniablity that nothing really happened.
All we have is a the first major case of piracy to occur in the North Sea causes the Russian fleet to go ape@#$@ looking for the vessel. Once it is
found, the crew and suspects, 22 people total, are supposedly brought home in two Ilyushin Il-76 transport planes, each capable of carrying over 40
tons of cargo. Yeah, you are right, nothing out of the ordinary about this event.
I'm not saying my theory is the correct one, but there sure are a lot of strange events related to this escapade.
edit on 31-1-2012 by pavil
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