Newsletter – 3 November 2015
RUSSIAN AIRPLANE DISASTER – FLIGHT 9268
On behalf of our FaceBook Group of 3,453 Members – “Rhodesia’;s Viscount Disasters”, we extend our condolences to the families and relatives of the victims, as well as to the Russian population as a whole, who are no doubt equally shocked by this catastrophic disaster, as were the entire Rhodesian population from the downing of Air Rhodesia’s Flights RH825 and RH827 by terrorists in 1978 and 1979 respectively.
Flight 9268 to St Petersburg crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula shortly after taking off from Sharm el-Sheikh on Saturday morning. All 224 crew and passengers, many of them holidaymakers from St Petersburg, were killed in the worst single disaster in Russian aviation history. According to “THE TELEGRAPH”, experts said such a decompression could have been caused by stress-cracks in the fuselage, the external impact of flying objects – possibly including fragments of a malfunctioning engine – or an on-board explosion, possibly indicating a Lockerbie-style bomb attack.
An analysis of planned attacks on aircraft in flight, is that they are either to effect retribution for something, as were the 9/11 attacks on Twin Towers, or to promote revolution in a country such as by rebel forces in Rhodesia and apparently of late, in the Ukraine with Air Malaysia’s Flight MH17.
While it is not yet known what caused Flight 9268 to crash, it is our belief that the aviation industry should be declared a “protected” manner of transportation, to which cause all nations should formally subscribe. Inclusive in such an agreement, must be a compulsory undertaking by every country, to ban the supply of manpads or sophisticated missile systems for any cause, save for self defensive purposes of a legitimate country. Furthermore, the cause of any airline crash should be investigated by a panel of experts from at least four countries to avoid cover-ups.
Although this topic is case sensitive at the moment to the book Viscount Down that exposes high level cover-ups that led to the mass exodus of the white population from the Country after the Viscount crashes, this is by no means restricted to the Rhodesian situation. Practically every airline disaster in history related to a deliberate attack, has incurred a cover-up of some sort.
Whether these thoughts constitute a utopian view or not, is beside the point. Unless a firm initiative is made to reduce susceptibility to inspired attacks on aircraft for whatever reason, these attacks should rank as crimes against humanity with mandatory punishment of life sentence without parole, or even the death penalty, and it is up to the population to pressurize relevant authorities and governments, to enforce the right to survive aircraft travel in this crazy world.
Editor: Keith Nell.