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Friday, November 06, 2015

Tragedy for innocent airline victims of Russian attack & ISIS terrorism

Two major airline disasters involving international travellers and over five hundred innocent dead passengers have a terrible Russian connection. What will Russia's dictator president Putin do about these two horrific and preventable diasters?

Russia blew up an innocent Malaysian passenger jet claiming it was attacked by Ukranians. Nevertheless, 283 people were killled in the attack. Although Russia says they didn't do it, the Malaysian Flight MH17, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was travelling over the conflict-hit region on 17 July 2014 when it disappeared from radar. A total of 283 passengers, including 80 children, and 15 crew members were on board.

Now, the increasing evidence supports that a bomb is what took down a Russian Metrojet, attacked by the evil ISIS terrorists, when the passenger flight, with innocent people on board, was flying over Egypt's Sinai penninsula. CNN reported: "ISIS Operatives Boasted About Taking Down Russian Metrojet claim U.S. Officials." 

Tragic crashed Metrojet Russian airliner is in splinters in the Sinai

In the recovered Metrojet black box recordings, sounds uncharacteristic of a standard flight precede the moment of the airliner's disappearance from radar screens, according to Associated Press. The pilots had no time to send out a distress signal.

President Vladimir Putin likes to be the big fish in the international pond. He wants to eat all the other international fish for lunch. Nevertheless, he must resolve two airline disasters with Russia's reputation branded on two deadly incidents. Yet, Putin appears to be playing gruesome games with the international community by not being forthcoming about the MH17 disaster. On the other hand, President Putin must now respond to terrorists that have heniously taken down a Russian passenger airliner. In fact, Russia and Putin needs international assistance to help make the case to find and persecute the perpetrators i.e. evil ISIS.  

My recommendation to President Putin, should he choose to listen, is to abandon his hypocritical alliance with evil Bashar al-Assad and start to work with the United States to destroy evil ISIS. Meanwhile, Putin must also abandon his clandistine power moves on the Ukraine and in Syria.  There's virtually no way Putin can recover from two international airline disasters, one being against his nation's airliner, and continue wars in the Ukraine and Syria.  

Russian and the US would be terrific allies to improve the international world order. In my opinion, there's a lot be be gained by trying and a lot of danger at risk, otherwise.  













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