Conspiracy Theory: What Really Happened to the Russian Passenger Jet?
By now you’ve probably seen the news on this as its been repeated daily in the 24-hour media cycle. In the midst of everything else going on in the Middle East right now, a Russian Metrojet-operated Airbus A321 just so happened to crash in Egypt on Saturday, killing all 224 passengers on board.
We are told the plane quietly disappeared from radar screens 23 minutes after takeoff.
With bodies being found miles from the crash site, we are told the plane broke apart, essentially disintegrating in midair, before hitting the ground.
We are told this occurred because of neither equipment failure or pilot error.
“The only possible explanation could be an external impact on the airplane,” Metrojet’s Deputy Director Alexander Smirnov told a Moscow news conference.
But… we are told flight recorders say the jet was not struck from outside.
We are told the local ISIS affiliate has taken responsibility for shooting it down.
We are told officials dismiss this possibility as they don’t have the capability.
Besides, we are also told that satellites do not show a missile. Anywhere.
We are told the satellite does show a midair heat flash:
While many have speculated that a missile may have struck a Russian commercial airliner that went down over Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, U.S. officials are now saying satellite imagery doesn’t back up that theory.
A senior defense official told NBC News late Monday that an American infrared satellite detected a heat flash at the same time and in the same vicinity over the Sinai where the Russian passenger plane crashed.
According to the official, U.S. intelligence analysts believe it could have been some kind of explosion on the aircraft itself, either a fuel tank or a bomb, but that there’s no indication that a surface-to-air missile brought the plane down.
That same infrared satellite would have been able to track the heat trail of a missile from the ground.
Bomb on the plane? That sounds plausible… only, why would a terrorist bring a bomb on a plane only to not tell anyone he had a bomb on the plane and silently let it blow up without a word? Doesn’t seem very terrorist-like. (And it wasn’t ISIS, since they obviously got the story wrong when attempting to take credit.)
We are told the pilot requested clearance for an emergency landing at Cairo airport, not due to terrorists or bombs but, due to a “technical malfunction”.
That leaves fuel tank explosion… but that explanation does not account for the plane’s strange disappearance from radar without a word 23 minutes after take off, does it?
Besides, that weak theory has never been proven even for TWA flight 800 after four years of the most expensive plane crash investigation in the history of aviation (at the time), a crash which has a lot of similarities to this one actually. It is doubtful fuel tank explosion will pass here either.
Let’s see… unexplained disappearance from radar, heat flash but no missile, disintegration in midair, no distress signal until a last-minute “technical malfunction of the aircraft”…
You know, there is one thing that can account for all of these things and make perfect sense.
Sounds a lot like a Scalar Electromagnetic Directed Energy Weapon, the kind no one is supposed to have so they’ll never admit it’s even a possibility. (Not openly, anyway.)
We all know the cold war with Russia has gone hot by proxy in Syria right now. What will probably happen next is they’ll suddenly “find” evidence of a bomb or try to continue on with this fuel tank explosion mumbo jumbo. Much easier than trying to explain all that newfangled black budget weaponry no one is supposed to have.
But get ready. There will likely be retaliation for this. War is not fought like it was in the days of World War II, all open and declared with drums blaring and flags waving. The war is already happening.
People just don’t realize it.