Introduction — Sept 21, 2016
The alleged Russian air strike on a Red Crescent aid convoy has false flag written all over it. Nor should we be surprised. The conflict in Syria has been marked a repeated false flags — from the Al Ghouta poison gas attack to various staged ‘beheadings’.
These latest allegations are in a whole new league however. It’s not just President Assad who has been accused or even Iran, now Russia has been accused of what amounts to a war crime.
Worse still, Russia is not even allegedly committing these crimes for strategic advantage. Its primary motive is REVENGE. Or so some U.S. officials would have us believe.
Sure the conflict in Syria is a dirty business. War is. However, Russia’s intervention in Syria has thus far been precise and relatively restrained. In contrast to U.S. actions that have been sloppy and ineffective.
So why should Russia suddenly target an aid convoy out of REVENGE? It doesn’t make sense and put together with the speed with which U.S. officials have accused Russia of involvement it adds up to a false flag. Ed.
Russia ‘carried out air strike on Syrian aid convoy in REVENGE for US forces bombing Assad’s troops’
Julian Robinson, Jennifer Newton — Daily Mail Sept 21, 2016
Russia was directly involved in an attack on a Syrian aid covoy that killed 20 people, a senior coalition official has claimed, adding it was carried out in revenge for the U.S. bombing Assad’s soldiers.
Lorries packed with medicine and food were ‘erased from the face of the earth’ when the convoy turned into a giant fireball in Aleppo province on Monday.
Russia has suggested the trucks caught fire amid military activity by ‘militants’ in the area and both the Kremlin and Syrian government has denied being involved in an attack.
However, eyewitnesses say that just minutes before the lorries carrying UN humanitarian aid went up in flames, Russian war planes could be seen circling in the skies above.
Now senior officials have told the Daily Telegraph that they have evidence of Russian involvement in the attack, and have claimed it was launched in response to a coalition airstrike at the weekend, where 60 Syrian soldiers were killed.
One of the officials said: ‘All the evidence suggests the Russians were involved in bombing the aid convoy as an act of revenge for the coalition air strike at the weekend which killed 60 Syria soldiers.
‘If this can be proved, then the Russians could find themselves facing war crimes charges.’