By Brandon Turbeville
In the past few weeks the Russian Khmeimim Airbase in Lattakia, Syria has been pounded twice. Once, on New Year’s Eve, the bottom was pounded by militant infiltration squads armed with mortars. The attacks resulted in the death of two Russian soldiers and the deleterious of a series of Russian aircraft. On Jan 6, the bottom was pounded again, this time by one of the weirdest operations of the last few years. The bottom came under fire by 13 armed drones who were possibly shot down or brought down by electronic crusade means by the Russian forces. Where these drones originated from, who operated them, and from where they were tranquil are all mysteries.
While the many likely suspects are militant groups on the ground, some have suspected Turkey of possibly providing the record while others have forked directly to the United States. The Russian supervision has even suggested the United States may have been behind the attacks though actually observant so directly. Russian officials have settled that the drones were not just simple drone record that is widely accessible on the marketplace but, instead, a form of record that requirement a high turn of imagination larger than anything any organisation in Syria is famous to possess at this time. The Russian Defense Ministry also forked out the “coincidental” participation of the U.S. Poseidon reconnoitering craft was in the skies of the area for 4 hours during the time which the conflict took place.
U.S. corporate press is, of course, floating the many ridiculous swindling theories possible, even suggesting that Syria and Iran colluded to attack Russian forces, a ridiculous notion, and the U.S. military is denying any shortcoming or impasse in the attack.
However, despite the poser surrounding the incident, statements by Russian President Vladimir Putin prove that the Russians are certain of where they came from and who was behind them. As RT reports,
Recent attacks on Russia’s Khmeimim Airbase in Syria were a irritation directed at undermining the country’s family with its partners Turkey and Iran and the pacific allotment of the Syrian crisis, Vladimir Putin said.
“Those were provocations directed at disrupting the progressing agreements, in the first place. Secondly, it was about the family with the partners – Turkey and Iran. It was also an try to destroy those relations,” the Russian President pronounced during a assembly with the editors-in-chief of Russian papers and news agencies in Moscow. “We have a ideal bargain of that and will act in solidarity.”
“There were provocateurs there, but they were not Turks,” Putin said, refuting progressing reports observant the attacks on the Russian airbase were carried out by Turkoman units corroborated by Ankara. “We know who they are. We know whom and how much they paid for these provocations,” Putin said, though fixing the organizers of the attacks.
Russian military sites in Syria were targeted in two major attacks in the past two weeks, one on New Year’s Eve and another on Jan 6. The first assault, reportedly carried out by an infiltration patrol armed with mortars, resulted in two Russian servicemen being killed and repairs to warplanes at Khmeimim Airbase. The second concerned 13 drones armed with bomblets, which were all possibly shot down or forced to land around means of electronic crusade by Russian forces.
According to the conduct of state, the attacks on Khmeimim Airbase were “well-prepared.”
“We know when and where those unmanned aerial vehicles were handed over and how many there were,” he said.
“Those aircraft were only camouflaged – we wish to stress this – to demeanour like trade production. In fact, it is utterly apparent that there were elements of high-tech inlet there,” Putin said.
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It is comparatively transparent from Putin’s statements that Russia is assured that the designer behind the attacks were modernized state actors and, if it was not Turkey or Russia’s allies, the list of intensity enemy with the means and ground to do so grows shorter and shorter. If the United States did play a role in this attack, it is a rather extreme boost of hostilities between the two powers.
Brandon Turbeville writes for Activist Post – essay repository here – He is the author of 7 books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Resisting The Empire: The Plan To Destroy Syria And How The Future Of The World Depends On The Outcome. Turbeville has published over 1000 articles on a far-reaching accumulation of subjects including health, economics, supervision corruption, and polite liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is accessible for radio and TV interviews. Please hit activistpost (at) gmail.com.
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