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January 10, 2020
By: Sorcha Faal, and as
reported to her Western Subscribers
A striking new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today noting Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu tasking the Russian military with monitoring the deployment of intermediate- and shorter-range missiles by the US and his stating “we need to carry out a profound analysis of potential military threats”, says this immediate order is intended to provide additional defensive protection measures for the all-weather low to medium altitude, short-range surface-to-air Tor Missile System that’s been in service since 1986—the first air defense system in the world designed from the start to shoot down precision guided weapons day and night, in bad weather and jamming situations, whose variants of are possessed by numerous militaries around the world—and which yesterday became the Western world’s Russian weapon cause célèbre—a controversial issue that attracts a great deal of public attention coming a few hours after the Foreign Intelligence Services (SVR) released a shocking report appearing to show that a Saudi Arabian nanoweapon downed a Ukrainian passenger plane over Iran on 8 January—that was followed within the hour by the Saudis signing a $650 million contract with a shadowy Silicon Valley technology-driven offsite construction company called Katerra—and near immediately thereafter, saw the leftist New York Times “verifying” without any proof or evidence a video they claimed showed this Ukrainian airliner being attacked with the Iranian variant of a Tor Missile System—a verification, however, that refused to even acknowledge the authenticated video showing this Ukrainian jet burning during its minute-long descent before crashing near Tehran—thus leading Iranian administration spokesman Ali Rabiei to declare that this “missile attack claim is a US psychological operation”—specifically to allow the leftist media to create a narrative around this jet crash to blame Iran, Russia and President Donald Trump—and against this blatant psychological warfare move, now sees Iran daring these accusers to show their intelligence—as well as Iran astonishingly granting unprecedented access to the West to visit the crash site and see all of the real evidence for themselves—to include their asking United States National Transportation air crash experts to come to their country, too. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
According to this report, the Tor Missile System (also called the SA-15 Gauntlet by NATO) is a short-range “point defense” system that integrates the missile launcher and radar into a single tracked vehicle—is designed to be mobile and lethal against targets at altitudes up to 6,000 meters (20,000 feet) and at ranges of 12 kilometers (7.5 miles)—military aircraft and cruise missile targets which the Tor System is designed to destroy by plotting their courses to avoid being spotted on radar—and are equipped with systems such as chaff, which confuses radar, and flares, which act as decoys for heat-seeking missiles.
Most important to know about the Tor Missile Systems providing protection for Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA-OIIE), this report details, was that its highly-skilled missile technicians were operating in an environment where passenger aircraft were continuously taking off and landing—with even American military experts noting: “The doomed 737 was doing exactly what a 737 would when departing from that airport…the Tor operators would have seen that flight profile so many times that it would be burned into their consciousness…and as they watched the flights depart before the 737, and they didn't shoot those down”.
Equally critical to note, this report says, is what occurred in September-2018—which was when Israeli fighter aircraft hid under an unarmed Russian surveillance plane to fire missiles into Syria—that caused Syrian air defenses to shoot down the Russian surveillance plane as it only was appearing on their radar—a crucial fact noted by Giovanni de Briganti, a defense analyst and editor-in-chief of Defence-Aerospace.com who stated: “I have seen no official statement on this yet, but some reports suggest the Ukrainian Boeing 737 was returning return to Tehran because of a technical problem, in which case it could have been mistaken by the Iranians as an incoming attacker…The missile battery would not have necessarily been informed by the tower that the aircraft was turning back”—an analysis confirmed by this Ukrainian aircraft severely deviating from its flight path as it tried to return to the airport while being on fire—thus proving beyond all doubt that even if these Tor Missile technicians weren’t immediately notified that this Ukrainian aircraft went off its flight path because it was in distress and returning to the airport, they had no reason at all to fire upon it as it could clearly be seen by everyone looking skyward in Tehran that it was on fire and plummeting towards the ground anyway.
Flight path and debris
satellite photo (above) proves
Ukrainian plane suffered sudden and massive onboard fire and was trying to
return to airport—and not blown out of the sky by a Tor Missile System.
Most deceitful about the Western leftist mainstream propaganda media reporting on this Ukrainian plane disaster, this report concludes, are their citing unnamed Deep State officials absurdly claiming that a US military satellite “detected the heat signature of two missiles as they approached this airliner”—which if true, would have seen those two Tor Missile System high-explosive weapons instantly obliterating this plane and its falling straight down in thousands of pieces out of the sky—that obviously didn’t occur as the debris field proves—and the only heat signature detected by MoD satellites was when this plane exploded after hitting the ground—and which the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) can confirm for itself as it has accepted Iran's invitation to participate in the investigation into the Ukrainian jetliner crash—an Iranian invitation also extended to the Boeing Company so they can dispatch its own representative to participate in the process of reading the black box data—black box memory units that withstood the crash, but were damaged as expected in such a catastrohpe—none of which would be occurring if Iran had anything at all to hide—and as so stated by the Head of Iran Civil Aviation Organization Ali Abedzadeh who told the simple truth: “The plane caught fire three minutes into the flight, according to what the witnesses have reported and the data collected from the parts of the airplane…The pilot tried to return the airplane at the altitude of 8,000 ft., but due to the fire, the airplane crashed and exploded”.
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