West Says That Iran Accidentally Shot Down Its Own People on Passenger Jet

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 10, 2020

Is it possible that Iran accidentally shot down a passenger jet filled with their own people?


But it’s also possible space aliens did it.

Anything is possible.

What is more likely is that some Western military body blew it up and was planning to blame it on them and call it an aggressive act, but then Donald Trump backed down from the war, and so they decided to just blame it on them and call it an accident.

NBC News:

Iran has strongly denied that a Ukraine International Airlines jetliner that crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran earlier this week, killing 176 people, was downed by an Iranian missile launched by mistake.

“What is obvious for us, and what we can say with certainty, is that no missile hit the plane,” Ali Abedzadeh, head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization, said Friday.

Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei, also speaking Friday according to Iran’s Press TV, accused the United States of “adding insult to the injury of the bereaved families” by publicly stating that the plane was brought down by an Iranian missile.

“No one will assume responsibility for such a big lie once it is known that the claim is fraudulent,” he said.

Multiple officials told NBC News on Thursday that U.S. intelligence officials have evidence suggesting that the jetliner was brought down by an Iranian missile fired in error.

Meanwhile, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Friday there was a “body of evidence” that an Iranian surface-to-air missile strike was to blame.

But Abedzadeh said in a press conference in Tehran that if the plane had been hit by a missile, the crash site would have been more like that of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down over Ukraine in 2014, leaving debris strewn over a huge area.

“If they are really sure, they should come and show their findings to the world in accordance with international standards,” he said.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has also called for the U.S. and Canada to release any evidence they have. He said in a statement on Facebook that the possibility that a missile was responsible for the crash “cannot be ruled out but cannot currently be confirmed.”

This guy is always saying stuff I like.

Who would have thought that the Jewish comedian president of the Ukrainian revolutionary government would end up being the good guy?

Hassan Rezaeifar, the head of the Iranian investigation team, told the same press conference in Tehran that recovering data from the black box flight recorders could take more than a month and that the entire investigation could take as long as two years.

He also said Iran may request help from international experts if it is not able to extract the flight recordings.

Two years is a long time…

Donald Trump says that he has suspicions, and that “somebody could have made a mistake.”

But he didn’t say anything aggressive.

He was again kind to the people that he was trying to start a war with a couple of days ago.

The mainstream media is just saying that Iran did it and not being nearly as nice as Donald Trump.