Sunday, May 20, 2012


Panetta meets Indonesian Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro in Bali in 2011

On 9 may 2012, a Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliner crashed on Mt. Salak in West Java in Indonesia.

There are many unanswered questions over this crash‎ 

Mount Salak 

Russian Senator Alexander Torshin has asked the investigators of the crash to consider if there has been an attempt to sabotage Russia's aircraft industry.

Kein Unfall?: Politiker vermutet Sabotage-Akt hinter Jet-Absturz ... - Translate this page

"The jet was supposed to be Russia's big comeback in the airliner market. The 50 people on board were potential buyers of the model.

"Could other big companies from around the world have sabotaged Russia in its huge comeback to compete in the airliner market?"

Russian Plane Goes Missing with 50 on Board in Indonesia

"The plane did not take off from Sukarno-Hatta International Airport but from another local airfield, the Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, which is shared with the Indonesian Air Force’s Halim Air Force Base.

"Halim is where U.S. Special Forces troops have been training their Indonesian counterparts in various air force tactics, possibly including meaconing, intrusion, jamming, and interference (MIJI) electronic warfare tactics designed to interfere with aircraft navigation systems."

Was Industrial Sabotage at Play with Super Jet crash in Indonesia ...

In 2010, three Russian jet fighter technicians helping the Indonesian Air Force operate newly acquired Sukhoi jet fighter aircraft in Makassar died in still unclarified circumstances.

Autopsies concluded they had died of suffocation after suffering from nausea and headache.

Antara News : Three Sukhoi technicians die of asphyxiation in ...

US soldier in Indonesia, at Camp Karang Tekok.

A number of Russian MIG jets have crashed in India.

"The United States can hack into and disable or operate any digital equipment using microwave signals from satellites

"When I say the new Chief of Air Staff, N. A. K. Browne, is a CIA-RAW man, I mean he literally sits at CIA-supplied terminals...

"More than a thousand Indian Air Force aircraft have crashed since 1970...

"In his first week in office as Chief of Air Staff, Browne caused two Indian Air Force fighter planes to crash with microwaves from satellites, to give a boost to his bid to buy worse than worthless foreign aircraft for several tens of billions of dollars; of which he will get a hefty cut; along with the Defence Minister; and the Italian woman who gets the largest cut."
 - Satish Chandra


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