On January 24, 2011 – Moscow’s new and busiest airport Domodedov was hit by a blast killing 35 people and injuring another 170. The authorities are not sure who could be behind the attack – and no group has taken responsibility for the attack. However, the media was quick to blame the Muslim separatist groups in the Caucasus and Chechnya who are fighting against Moscow for independence.
Chechen freedom-fighters have become another phoney Al-Qaeda scapegoat. The fact is that most peace initiatives have been sabotaged either by Putin or his rival, the Jewish multi-billionaire media tycon and politician, Boris Abramovich Berezovsky , who is wanted for arrest in both Russia and Brazil. Boris was a close friend of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, who was poisoned with a lethal dose of radioactive Polonium-210 in a London sushi bar. Russian author, Paul Klebnikov has called Boris Berezovsky “Godfather of the Kremlin” in his 2000 book by the same name. Currently, Boris is reportedly backing the exiled Chechen politician Ahmed Zakayev, currently living in Britain.
Could it be Boris using Israeli Mossad to demonize Putin further and sabotage his political power against Russian President Dmitri Medvedev or it was a Jewish vengeance against Russian support for a independent Palestinian State. Mossad holds world record when it comes to acts of terrorism and false-flag operations. Last year Moscow Metro bombing, according to Israel Shamir, was Israeli act of vengeance for Moscow’s support for Iran.
Coincidently, I read an article published by Alex Jones, who is notorious for diverting public attention away from crimes committed by Zionists. In the article, titled “Moscow Airport Blasts: FSB False Flag, Anti-Putin Campaign Or Real Separatist Attack?” – the authors (Steve Watson and Paul Watson) claim that like many earlier terrorist attacks in Russia – the Moscow airport bombing was also work of the Russian security service, PSB.
“The notorious Russian FSB has a documented history of staging false flag events in order to accomplish political agendas. The FSB has played a direct role in almost every major attack to have taken place over the last 10 years. Vladimir Putin came to power as a result of an FSB orchestrated reign of terror in the autumn of 1999 which involved blowing up apartment blocks all over Russia and blaming the attacks on Chechen separatists, allowing Putin to start a new war and secure victory in the presidential election,” says the article.
“The September 2004 Beslan hostage crisis, which led to the deaths of over 300 people including many children, another event blamed on Chechen terrorists, was also wrought with contradictions and red flags suggesting inside involvement. The Beslan massacre occurred amidst a wave of terror attacks in Russia and shortly after the crashes of two Tupolev passenger airliners, which were blamed on Chechen terrorists by authorities. However, citing the fact that the aircraft debris was scattered over large areas, the independent Russian media accused Vladimir Putin of ordering the planes shot down in a crude false flag ploy to secure an election victory for the pro-Kremlin Chechen President Alu Alkhanov two days later,” noted the article.
On the other hand, the geopolitical analyst Webster Tarpley has increasingly pointed to an ongoing campaign being waged by the Russian opposition, supported by the west, to oust Prime Minister Putin. Just days ago Tarpley spoke to Russia today about this destabilization effort. Watch a video below.