Tuesday, 27 December 2016


Anyone who paid attention to the video of the Bases Xmas 2016 posted on 20 December, might have had a second look on hearing news of the Syria-bound Russian Tu-154 crash two minutes after take-off from Sochi.

In the video, well known retired intelligence analyst Michael Shrimpton mentions that the TU-154 is a close cousin of the de Havilland DH-121 Trident jet, (later known as the Hawker Siddeley HS-121), the technology having being leaked to the Soviet Union in the 1960's, and adds that the analogue controls of this plane are especially vulnerable to tampering. He then details two previous crashes of (1) a Polish Airforce TU-154 in Russia in 2010, --carrying most of the Polish government-- due to a false altimeter reading; and (2) the 1972 BEA Trident flight BEA548 that crashed minutes after take-off from Heathrow near the town of Staines, due to a false high speed reading. The Russians have now confirmed info from their best eyewitness account and the flight data recorder, which all point towards the latest crash being a repeat of BEA548, with the wingtip leading edge elevators being folded away too early before the plane was at a safe speed to do so. This resulted in a vertical stall, which there is nothing the pilot can do to correct once started.

Here's the money-part from the Bases video, from 17:10 to 21:20 :


Spooky information, spooky timing.


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