In the frantic period post-New Years, global fear of WWIII spread like a cold shudder across the planet. The world’s bully threatened a weaker nation it had been bullying for 40 years and only recently murdered a dozen of its people.
In the panic that followed a measured response, Iran fired anti-aircraft missiles at what their data indicated to be an expected low-level air attack.
US President Donald Trump had threatened a fearsome attack against Iran in more than 52 locations including cultural heritage sites.
Trump had threatened annihilation of Iran.
The world has no need for this lunatic in the White House.
The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump is a 2017 book edited by Bandy Lee, a forensic psychiatrist. The book contains essays from 27 psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals. They all declare a “clear and present danger” that US President Donald Trump’s mental health poses to the “nation and individual well being”.
That risk Bandy Lee keeps warning us all about has been realized repeatedly this year. Another 167 deaths have resulted from Donald Trump’s psychotic behavior and the willingness of a defence industrial base to slaughter people its White Supremacist taskmaster does not like.
When terrified Iranian operators detected a low level air attack (4,000 ft. agl), they tried to interrogate the attacker’s electronics at military levels for an IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) and did not get the response they should expect. They launched missiles and killed 167 passengers and 9 crew aboard what turned out to be not an attacker but an unexpected Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737-80. The aircraft was destroyed by a missile that detonation triggered by a proximity fuse according to our editor who has operated at least five different types of LLAD systems in the mid-1980s and knows the Russian system involved. “It was a panic reaction,” he said.
This is on Donald Trump and the Iranian leader who got into this patriarchal penis comparison gig.
America, with a little help from Iran, sent the world into a swirling panic when Trump mass-murdered Iranian and Iraqi officials in Baghdad, Iraq, on 3 January, during the holiest period of the year.
Iran responded with a show-and-tell of its capabilities taking great pains to make sure that no lives were lost. Sadly that did not work. It’s military people on highest alert and fearful of the threats they were under, screwed up.
Those screw ups happen in war.
War was not appropriate but Trump without approval of his constituents, started a war.
In the panic of believing the American giant was about to destroy Iran, including its most treasured cultural heritage—obliteration of a weaker nation—as Trump has promised, Iranians accidentally caused the deaths of 167 innocent civilians including a high number of our countrymen and mostly Iranian passengers.
Iran did not do this to itself or to Canada or the Ukraine deliberately. In fact all three countries have been screwed over far too much lately by American psychotics.
It was an accidental event. Wars should not be happening and they would not be happening if the trigger of the largest arsenal on Earth wasn’t in the hands of the globe’s most notorious psychopath.
“2020 RINJ Foundation Warning to the world. Red Lines crossed against humanity” are done by men who have commit serious crimes against humanity and will predictably continue even worse conduct. Photo Courtesy The RINJ Foundation
Emotions are high. Politicians need to shut up and leave matters to diplomats and the global institutions capable of keeping the peace.
We all need to mourn our losses.
Instead of war, let’s judiciously prosecute in the International Criminal Court the leaders of the two countries that brought about this fiasco. In the alternative, the ordinary people should be forgiven if they take to the streets and drag the bastards to the hanging tree. Choose.
Update: The Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister, Vadym Prystaiko, has stated that 82 Iranians, 63 Canadians and 11 Ukrainians were on board Flight PS752.
Two passengers and nine crew members were Ukrainian.
Ten Swedes, four Afghanis, and three Germans plus three British nationals, have also passed.