Qui Bono from the Downing of Russian Hero Pilot in Syria? Turkish and Russian Military Intelligence Work Together…
The body of the squadron leader who heroically perished near Idlib in Syria, was returned to Russia. The operation was conducted by Russian and Turkish military intelligence officers. Roman Filipov will be buried in his native city of Voronezh on February 8. He was awarded posthumously the title of Hero of Russia. The decree was signed by the President.
How Major Roman Filipov died – terrorists who attacked him caught it on camera. Not seeing a way out and heavily wounded, he pulled the grenade pin, taking with him, per reports, two of his attackers. His last words heard in Russian in the video below have become legendary and they can be translated as #thisisfortheguys :
The immediate Russian retaliation strikes followed, per reports killing at least 50 militants.
I want to draw your attention to the fact that this specific provocation was timed to take place as the major Syria reconciliation forum (began Jan 29) drew to a close in Sochi. Russia hosted hundreds of opposition and militant groups and political factions leaders, as well as the Syrian government delegation, as well as intermediaries and politicians from UN, Iran, Turkey, Kazakhstan and more. The Sochi meeting devised an initial roadmap towards political dialog in Syria. The Sochi Syria forum was opened by Sergey Lavrov, who read Putin’s address.
Another reason for this provocation is to try to break up the budding alliance in the Middle East and Syria between Russia, Iran and Turkey.
It’s easy to see who benefits and who doesn’t.
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The world we live in is full of negativity and unpleasant news, on which we are forced to focus every day in order to shine the light of truth on grave problems and injustices. However, today I want to focus on something, perhaps tragic, but still inspiring and rather positive in a very profound way.
Lieutenant Alexander Prokhorenko (left) with dad
This is a very touching story of Lieutenant Alexander Prokhorenko and his heroic death in Syria. Facing imminent capture, he called the Russian fire upon his own hidden position after being surrounded by ISIS jihadists, thus taking many islamists with him to the grave. He was posthumously awarded the Gold Star of the Hero of Russia. Lieutenant Prokhorenko has left behind his pregnant wife.
Alexander Prokhorenko and wife Ekaterina
Incidentally, Prokhorenko is a typical Ukrainian name. You’ve probably heard me say before that there are millions of Ukrainians living in Russia, since essentially ‘Ukrainians’ are, simply put, Southern Russians, and most of the normal ones don’t consider themselves separate from the Great Russians in any way.
With great dismay, I often talk on this blog about the embarrassment that today’s Kiev junta-ruled Ukraine has turned itself into. This young man proves that there are good Ukrainians left in the world.
But the story of the Russian hero doesn’t end there. A French couple, in protest against the French media and government’s silence about Prokhorenko’s act of heroism and Russia’s role in Syria, decided to donate their cherished WWII medals to his family.
I’ve said that today’s Ukraine is an embarrassment. However, in truth, today’s collective West’s behavior and manipulation is an even bigger embarrassment, especially that of the US and EU.
But while the West is silent, trying to ignore facts and twist the truth to suit its agenda, ordinary people do speak up. It’s people’s diplomacy at work: Prokhorenko family has been getting letters and donations from all over, through Russian embassies and organizations. These tokens of support won’t replace their beloved husband and son, but they do confirm the family isn’t alone, as many grieve with them.
Touching video with details of Lieutenant Prokhorenko’s Syria act and the French couple’s gift: