VT has stumbled across the CIA’s secret false flag airforce, composed of stolen MiGs and used to attack hospitals and refugee camps from inside Israel and Turkey.
Back in March this year, we reported on a rather shady deal between Croatia and Ukraine where a dozen MiG-21s disappeared. Croatia sent 7 MiG-21s to Ukraine to be refurbished, they were supposed to receive those 7 after refurbishment plus another 5 refurbished to the same standard. What the Croats got was rather different – piles of worn out junk that looked like MiGs but were useless, unable to fly. The Croats investigated and discovered the scam – these were not the MiGs they had sent for refurbishment, they were fakes cobbled together from junk parts taken from scrapped aircraft. One plane had a Bulgarian fuselage, Algerian wings and old fuel tanks from the former Soviet Union.
Which begs the question – what happened to Croatia’s MiGs? They were indeed refurbished in Ukraine but the Croats never saw them again, instead, they were sold on to another customer – the Russian Mafia.
What would the Russian Mafia want with a dozen refurbished MiG-21s? First, we need to recognise who the Russian Mafia actually are – they are 100% Jewish, the direct descendants of the Khazars. The Khazars inhabited what is now southern Ukraine and one of the main cities of their empire was Odessa, the port on the Black Sea that today is Ukraine’s major port. Odessa today is ruled by former president of Georgia, international arms trafficker and close friend of Israel, Mikhail Saakashvili.
Saakashvili was made governor of Odessa in order to oversee a massive smuggling operation that is keeping Islamic State well supplied with weapons, munitions and all the other necessary goods to wage war. The route to ISIS is across the Black Sea to the port of Batumi, which sits just a few miles north of the Georgian-Turkish border. From Batumi, the supplies are trucked into Turkey and then onto IS in the south. This is the fate of that dozen missing MiG-21s – they were crated and shipped from Odessa to Batumi then trucked down to Incirlik air base in southern Turkey.
But why would the CIA and their Saudi allies supply their IS proxy army with refurbished half a century old MiG-21s when they have the money and connections to source just about any state of the art hardware their hearts may desire?
This is where the deception part of the operation comes into play – the Syrian air force is still operating MiG-21s, therefore it is a simple matter to paint those dozen IS MiGs in Syrian colours and have them impersonate the Syrian air force for nefarious purposes.
Just imagine the scenarios for false flag mayhem that these dozen ‘Syrian’ MiGs enable; if the mainstream media reports that the Syrians have bombed a civilian target, say a Medecins Sans Frontier hospital or a Red Crescent refugee camp, rest assured, it will be the work of the CIA’s phony ‘Syrian’ airforce. Even worse, imagine the hullaballoo that could be kicked up by the mainstream media, the accusations of Assad’s cruelty and inhumanity – it would be the ‘barrel bombs dropped on civilians’ nonsense all over again but this time the ‘evidence’ to prove it happened could be furnished to the media by the CIA in the form of video footage clearly showing ‘Syrian’ MiGs carrying out the attacks.
The Syrian war, far from approaching anything remotely resembling an end phase, as perhaps appeared possible just a few short months ago before the supposed ceasefire, is now becoming an ever more dangerous and intense conflict, not least because the ceasefire allowed IS to re-stock it’s weapons, munitions and supplies, to reorder it’s forces, incorporating fresh reinforcements and emerge a more dangerous force than they ever were before the ceasefire.
These are very worrying times indeed, especially so from the perspective of the Syrian people who continue to endure the harsh conditions imposed by more than 6 years of war, frequently without electricity or potable water supplies but remaining steadfast in their determination not to give in to the terrorists and militants that plague their nation. We salute their determination but remain conscious of the limits of endurance and continue to work towards ending this awful war.
His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.
His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.