Did Iran shoot down a Ukrainian airliner on the same night they hit two US military bases or is this just another false flag from the West looking for an excuse to go to war with the nation?
While Canada’s Justin Trudeau claims there’s evidence indicating Iran shot down the Ukrainian airliner – when doesn’t the Western World use this excuse? – Donald Trump confirmed more sanctions on Iran while claiming the Tehran plane crash may have been a ‘mistake.’
Alright, before anything else – let’s break this down and study a little bit of recent history.
The West’s Compulsive Lying Machine
Okay, for starters when hasn’t the West used a false flag to justify intervention in a specific region. The United States alone has been lying its way into war since the USS Maine was hit in 1898, which of course the Americans blamed the Spanish and kicked off the Spanish-American War.
For those of us who lean Libertarian, the argument can be made that this war may’ve been justifiable due to Spain’s intervention in the Americas, in which the Monroe Doctrine prohibits any country from intervening without prior invitation. Again, I said the argument can be made here, but it doesn’t mean I’d have been for the war, which of course was nothing more than an excuse for the US to kick off its imperialist iron fist in which the Spanish relinquished the Philippines, Guam, and Puerto Rico to the US while granting Cuba sovereignty.
Then you can fill in the blanks for the rest of America’s lies to justify entering each war since – be it the Lusitania, which was really carrying military supplies and other items to support the Allies in World War I, hanging an entire unit out to try in the Japanese-controlled Pacific to set the stage for Pearl Harbor, the Gulf of Tonkin Incident, using a PR firm to sell the First Gulf War to the Americans, 9/11 as a direct response to US intervention in the Middle East, the WMD lie to justify the War in Iraq, the gassing of Syria’s own people to justify intervention in Syria, as well as an identical story to kick off NATO (70% of which involves the US) intervention in Libya, and finally the claim that Qassem Soleimani was killing Americans in the Middle East while planning further attacks.
Can you really trust the American media these days?
While our media isn’t state-funded, they’re definitely held hostage via interest groups in bed with government, so the only real difference is that multinational sponsors and corporations help shape the media’s molding of what to report in order to make a profit at the direct expense of the American taxpayer.
Kind of sad, I know.
So, what did Trump have to say about Iran?
Let’s take a look.
Trump Confirms More Sanctions
As the Iranians call it, economic terrorism, and as I call it an act of war. Why? Because sanctions are intended to harm not the government, but the people of a particular nation in hopes they turn on their government. Which if anyone knows anything about how our CIA operates, there are likely plants in Tehran and other populous areas in Iran as I write this ready to kick off such an uprising – as well as media figureheads, journalists, and maybe even a soul or two in government also on the CIA’s payroll.
I know what you’re wondering.
Where’s your evidence, Todd?
Well, we can start with Kinzer’s book ‘All the Shah’s Men’ and if you still don’t believe me, the CIA kind of released the documents regarding the 1953 coup, so a simple Google search for the actual documentation is really all you need to conduct.
Should tell you everything you need to know.
Anyway, here’s a breakdown of what went down today with Donald Trump.
“It’s already been done… They were very severe, but now it’s increased substantially.”
These, of course, are Trump’s response to the Iranian missile strike on two military bases in Iraq, which of course was a response to the nation’s assassination of General Soleimani.
And of course, it should go without writing that Trump also addressed the plane crash that occurred that same night, a couple hours after the strikes occurred. Shortly after takeoff from Tehran, the Ukrainian International Airlines plane hit the ground, killing 176 people on board. Early reports from Iran stated the Boeing 737-800 caught fire and attempted to turn around. Ukrainian authorities are still searching for the cause whether a missile did indeed strike the plane.
Trump, however, states he has “suspicions” and that “somebody could’ve made a mistake.”
Kind of ironic, since an American missile shot down an Iranian passenger airliner once back in 1988, Flight 655. Of course, the US tried to pass that off as an accident but oh my goodness, the timing! The airliner was shot down toward the end of the Iran-Iraq War, which of course saw the US support and hand weaponry to none other than Saddam Hussein himself, though some arms were also secretly sold to Iran.
Trump did stop short of directly accusing Tehran of striking the airliner.
Of course, Tehran has repeatedly stated its goal to permanently remove American troops from the region, so to that measure, shooting down a Ukrainian airliner wouldn’t make sense, especially after it launched retaliatory strikes on American bases.
Trump, on the other hand, called for American troops to come home and instead use NATO, which again, 70% of American forces make up the organization while the UK makes up another 15%.
Evidence Pointing Toward Tehran
What’s the American media saying about all this?
It has reported that anonymous US officials have stated the aircraft was “highly likely” brought down by Iranian air defenses, despite the Pentagon declining to comment on the issue.
While Trump didn’t flat out accuse Tehran, he did state it was “flying in a rough neighborhood.”
However, Canadian President Justin Trudeau has claimed ‘intel from multiple sources’ points to Iran shooting down the Ukrainian Boeing over Tehran.
Again, any time someone claims ‘multiple sources,’ or ‘anonymous officials,’ take this with the smallest grain of salt you can find. Who are the sources and who are the officials? Why are they unwilling or unable to simply lay out concrete evidence showing us that ‘yes, Tehran indeed committed this act?’
It’s why I have a tough time believing the mainstream media on any issue regarding foreign policy.
How many times have we been caught lying over the past month?
The Afghan Papers proved the pretty numbers shown to us in Afghanistan was a lie. Ditto for Wikileaks showing us the original OPCW report regarding the chemical false flags in Douma. So unless they’re actually showing us the evidence of an incident occurring 6,000 miles away from home, the accused remain innocent.
“We have intelligence from multiple sources,” Trudeau said. “The intelligence indicates that the plane was shot down by an Iranian surface-to-air missile. This may well have been unintentional.”
Zero citings of who these multiple sources are.
However, Trudeau said it was ‘too soon to be apportioning blame’ and ‘drawing any conclusions.’
However, Iranian Civil Aviation Authorities have ruled this claim out, stating no missile debris was found at the crash site.
“Scientifically, it is impossible that a missile hit the Ukrainian plane, and such rumors are illogical,” Ali Abedzadeh, who heads the civil aviation organization, stated.
The authorities did state it was possible the plane was shot down but dismissed the claim due to the fact it attempted to turn around and return to the airport.
Ukrainian officials disagree, claiming a photo of missile debris from the site was published on the internet, but the Iranians say the photo does not match the physical evidence, stating “no parts of a missile were found at the scene of the crash.” This is according to inspector Hassan Rezaeifar.
At the time of this writing, the story has gone in a way you can pretty much draw it up. An incident occurs, even if it makes zero sense such an incident would help Tehran pursue its goal of seeing the US refrain from occupying the Middle East if it indeed shot down the plane.
Meanwhile, Western media outlets are citing multiple sources via intel that the plane was shot down by Tehran, which would simply augment the usual war agenda that neoconservative America continually pushes, as of course as we all know, war brings both they and their buddies in the military-industrial complex immense profits at the expense of the American taxpayer.