from, The News Doctors:
This Russian airliner disaster is highly suspicious. They’re now saying an external impact brought this plane down. See the article here.
There’s no way that ISIS had the type of surface-to-air missile that could bring down this bird unless the United States or Saudi Arabia gave it to them. I wouldn’t rule it out, but I doubt it at this point. Some geniuses are saying it was a bomb placed on board. Hey guys, that’s not an “external impact”, that’s called an internal explosion. We know what that does because we’ve seen that before when a 747 was brought down over Scotland with one back in the day.
There hasn’t been found any wreckage that says it collided with another plane. Having lived in the Los Angeles area during two famous mid-air collisions between airliners and small private planes, I know that had this airliner struck a smaller plane, they would have discovered it. No, I think the U.S. accidently told us what hit this plane, or rather prophesied it, so to speak, a few weeks ago.
Remember when the U.S. was whining that Russian cruise missiles fired into Syria were in danger of hitting our drones? Good ol’ SecDef Ash Carter laid that one on us. I think a U.S. drone either hit this Russian airliner by accident, or it ran into a drone. This would appear to be far more likely than any other scenario I’ve heard.
Look, the U.S. has been saying for years now that drones are presenting a threat to air traffic. And that’s the smaller ones, the size of pigeons and hawks that they’re talking about. In fact, at a recent Southern California wildfire, firefighters couldn’t bring in air tankers due to private drone traffic around the scene. The drones that the U.S. military uses are substantially larger. Therefore, if an airliner struck a drone the size of the ones the U.S. military uses, it would certainly be capable of fatally disabling the aircraft.
They say this plane broke up in mid-air. Aviation experts say that planes could break up in midair usually because of one of three reasons: a catastrophic weather event, a midair collision, or an external threat, such as a bomb or a missile. But if it hit a drone, wouldn’t we find wreckage of the drone? Not necessarily, at least not immediately. It’ll be mingled with the wreckage of the aircraft. It probably would have gone INTO the aircraft, rather like a bullet into a window. If it ran into the cockpit as its point-of-entry, there would’ve been no radio distress calls or even any register of anything that may point to the crew having seen the drone.
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