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Yet More Lies About Russia in Syria

Posted on the 27 October 2015 by Calvinthedog

Remember when the Russian campaign first started and the Russians launched a number of cruise missiles from a ship in the Caspian Sea? It was quite a shock because no one even knew that Russia had cruise missile capability. Anyway, after the launch of those missiles, a story immediately surfaced that several of the me missiles had badly missed their targets and landed in Iran instead. I have been trying to verify this story ever since it first appeared. As far as I can tell, there is nothing to it. It’s not even true.

Also the story appeared in the West’s media 30 minutes before the missiles were even launched! This means that we had intelligence that showed that Russia was going to launch some cruise missiles soon. This reminds me of the fake Ukie interview between the two rebel leaders talking the Buk missile that supposedly shot down a jet airliner. The audio was widely decried as a fake almost as soon as it showed up, and sure enough enough, even the highly corrupted German intelligence said it was faked. Not only that, but the faked interview was created one hour before the jet was even shot down! This also shows that the Ukies had foreknowledge of the shootdown and it shows that they must have been in on a plot to stage a false flag shootdown of the airliner in order to frame Russia and the rebels.

Of course the entire Western media ran the story about the cruise missiles crashing in Iran without even bothering to see if it was true or not. I imagine this story was probably cooked up by the CIA and planted in the media as the Agency does with so many stories. They can do this easily because the CIA works hand in glove with most major US media organs. In fact,, at one time, most major US journalists were on the CIA payroll! Google Operation Mockingbird for more.

Another day, another lie. So goes it in the world on nonstop propaganda.


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