Israel is a rogue nation far more than could ever be said about, say, North Korea.
They flaunt and mock the internationally-accepted rules of war, they enjoy the idea of bombing civilian areas with white phosphorus, they routinely slaughter unarmed women and children, and their army actually has a bona fide “shoot to cripple” policy in place.
So when I heard that Israeli jets decided to act like cowardly Jews typically act, and wound up getting a Russian military surveillance plane downed by friendly fire, I didn’t exactly react with shock.
The Russian military says an Israeli raid on Syria triggered a chain of events that led to its Il-20 plane being shot down by a Syrian S-200 surface-to-air missile. Moscow reserves the right to respond accordingly.
On Monday evening, four Israeli F-16 fighter jets attacked targets in Syria’s Latakia after approaching from the Mediterranean, a statement by the Russian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday. The Israeli warplanes approached at a low altitude and “created a dangerous situation for other aircraft and vessels in the region,” it said.
Attacking Latakia is an example of what I like to call Jewish overstretching.
There are literally enough munitions in the area (including the unmatched S-400’s) to annihilate the entire Israeli Air Force in-between vodka shots.
Ditto when it comes to the pathetic joke that are American cruise missiles.
The military said that the French Navy’s frigate ‘Auvergne,’ as well as a Russian Il-20 plane were in the area during the Israeli operation.
“The Israeli pilots used the Russian plane as cover and set it up to be targeted by the Syrian air defense forces. As a consequence, the Il-20, which has radar cross-section much larger than the F-16, was shot down by an S-200 system missile,” the statement said, adding that 15 Russian military service members have died as a result.
Avenge the Ilyushin 15 – arm Syria and Iran with nuclear weapons, S-400’s, and possibly a few nice little smallpox bombs to call it a day.
The Russian ministry said the Israelis must have known that the Russian plane was present in the area, but this did not stop them from executing “the provocation.” Israel also failed to warn Russia about the planned operation in advance. The warning came just a minute before the attack started, which “did not leave time to move the Russian plane to a safe area,” the statement said.
Just like during the terror bombings of Gaza – the Jews say they warn Palestinians they’re about to bomb a nursing home, but typically warnings come about 30-60 seconds before the phosphorus comes raining down.
The statement gives a larger death toll than earlier reports by the Russian military, which said there were 14 crew members on board the missing Il-20. It said a search and rescue operation for the shot-down plane is underway.
A later update said debris from the downed plane was found some 27km off the Latakia coast. The search party collected some body parts, personal possessions of the crew, and fragments of the plane.
Responding to the Russian accusations later in the day, the Israeli Defense Force confirmed that it had conducted a bombing mission in Latakia. It said that this targeted what it claimed was a shipment of arms-manufacturing equipment destined for Hezbollah on behalf of Iran. The IDF statement said that it mourned the death of Russian troops, but added that the responsibility for their loss rested with Syria and its Iranian and Lebanese allies.
Read that last paragraph closely because something just happened that is literally unprecedented in the history of the terrorist state that is also referred to as Israel:
2 Netanyahu told Putin it is important to maintain Israeli-Russian security coordination that prevented loss of lives on both sides in the last 3 months
— Barak Ravid (@BarakRavid) September 18, 2018
4 Netanyahu stressed to Putin that Israel is ready to give Russia all the details for the investigation of the incident. Netanyahu proposed to send the commander of the Israeli air force to Moscow with all the relevant information
— Barak Ravid (@BarakRavid) September 18, 2018
A personal apology from the King of the Yids himself – albeit done in the typical Jew way with the usual deflections usually seen with 3-year-old White children.
You see here that this is something that would never happen if it was an American plane that was shot down – there has still never been even acknowledgement about the USS Liberty, for example.
But this is because Russia is a nation that understands the Jew, and does not practice foreign policy that involves literal worship of the Killers of Christ.
An interesting lesson in how one becomes feared instead of held in contempt – note that I still expect Russia to respond to this disgusting provocation by either heavily arming Bashar al-Assad, or by conducting some sort of fun exercise in cyber warfare within Israel itself.