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Why British Haste on Plane Bomb Theory?

Saturday, November 7, 2015 8:35
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Why British Haste on Plane Bomb Theory?

…..If Britain had sensitive intelligence on a terrorist input then why doesn’t it share it discreetly with the Russian government? The British could also have just suspended commercial flight services with a low-key statement on security precautions. But the announcement this week to cancel flights was made in the context of Britain’s “terrorist bomb theory” — as if to authenticate that claim as valid.

In this regard, there is an obscene haste to turn a tragedy into a political football, as with the downing of the Malaysian flight over Ukraine in July 2014, when again the British and the Americans leapt to make premature judgements over the cause of the crash, and on that occasion to impute Russia or “Russian-backed rebels” in east Ukraine.

So what is to be gained by London and Washington attributing the Russian airliner deaths to terrorism? It is not hard to imagine that both would like to see Russian President Vladimir Putin incurring a political backlash from his nation over what is Russia’s worst-ever air crash.

Western Invasion of Middle East Led to ISIL’s Rapid Growth – American UniversityThe Al Qaeda-affiliate in Sinai claiming to have taken the plane down has said that the alleged attack was in revenge for Russia’s military intervention in Syria, which has wiped out hundreds of Islamic State and other so-called jihadists.

Russia’s military intervention in Syria has so far proven to be a political success for Vladimir Putin. Russia has gained much kudos internationally for its decisive actions to eradicate vile terror groups and for helping to relieve the Syrian nation from a four-year war. Moscow has also taken the lead with respect to organising political talks between the government of Bashar al-Assad and constitutional opposition parties.

Furthermore, Putin’s military foray in Syria has discommoded Washington and London in their covert attempts at regime change in that country. The Western-backed covert war relying on sundry mercenary terror networks — mislabeled as “moderate rebels” in the Western media — has been brilliantly exposed and is being thwarted by Russia. Western vexation with Putin’s masterstroke in Syria is palpable.

A month after Putin’s stunning success in Syria, a Russian civilian passenger plane goes down over Egypt. A ragtag terror group claims responsibility in killing over 200 Russian civilians in revenge for Putin’s anti-terror operations in Syria.

Britain and America then move at the highest level of government — how unusual is that?— to back up the terrorist claims of a “spectacular” blow against Russia. The political motivation of undermining Putin seems clear — albeit despicably base given the loss of civilian life.

Cameron and Obama are evidently being fed intelligence assessments of a bomb being stowed in the airplane’s hold by terrorists.

But here is a big one. The confidence by which these assessments of terror methodology are being made raises an even more troubling, darker question: was it really terrorists, or was it British MI6 agents palming the deed off as terrorists?

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