HEADS-UP: Sourced from Russian State-Controlled Media
By Claudio Resta for VT Italia
An alternative to official mainstream version on the sinking of Russian cruiser Moskva:
a covert attack. It never happened. We were never there!
Let’s suppose that was not an Ukrainan launched missile to hit that ship.
That just because I don’t think that a well trained professional and experienced Commander of that ship would have never run the risk of being hit by an Ukrainian launched missile if this was in the scope of real chances… I prefer to think that was a surprise attack absolutely unpredictable. Otherwise her Commander would have been absolutely amateurishly.
So something else mostly launched by a different platform may hit the Russian cruiser Moskva.
Something like an US, rather than UK, rather than French submarine that would have entered the Black Sea passing through the Bosporus and Dardanelles Straits probably submerged because of Montreux Convention. Experts say it is possible.
Not necessarily a nuclear one, it could have been useful to the purpose a submarine diesel electric powered. And the weapon that may have hit the Russian cruiser Moskva could have been a Tomahawk TLAM cruise missile but likewise just a simple torpedo would have been useful to the purpose of neutralizing that ship. With the advantage, in this case, employing an obsolete technology of being absolutely unpredictable. Following possible state of the art protocols, I guess. Undetectable by radars but just by sonars. Perhaps less fashionable up to date of today.
But if this happened, if my hypothesis was right, then why the Russians didn’t report a similar violation of law of nations so extremely serious? Shouting it to the entire world and to the UN and G20 as a propaganda weapon that would be so useful to Russia at the present moment in the purpose of restoring its image mainly in the West being now as a victim of West itself. Why not?
Just because this violation of law of nations if really happened as I believe is so extremely serious to request a necessary escalation even to make war openly to NATO. As a necessary answer to Russian people to this aggression direct from NATO. A choice that the Russian government, however, I suppose does not want to adhere to for obvious reasons of prudence.
And of self-preservation for the human species, I guess.
At the end this case reminds me in some way the case of Soviet submarine B59 during Cuba missiles Crisis on October 27, 1962 and of its Commander Vassily Arkhipov.
With the reversal of the roles of attacker and attacked between the submarine and the ship.
Then the US ship was the attacker and the Soviet submarine was the attacked, now is (maybe) an alleged Western submarine the attacker and a Russian cruiser ship the attacked. That later sank.
In both cases the Soviet/Russian Commander (and Government) self denial and silence saved the World from the Eve of destruction. For now. Hopefully.