The United States has been caught repainting several of their fighter jets in RUSSIAN Air Force Colors. Training? Or are they preparing to launch a horrific bombing inside Syria, then blaming it on the Russians as a precursor to US military action inside Syria?
Remember history: On April 15, 1961, a group of Cuban exiles took off from Nicaragua in a squadron of American B-26 bombers, painted to look like stolen Cuban planes, and conducted a strike against Cuban airfields. So we have known for decades that the US federal Government is full of snakes and vipers. Don’t put anything past these filth.
By repainting these fighter jets, they can send them out on bombing missions, make certain they fly low and slow around a target a few times so people on the ground whip out their cellphone cameras to video the attack, bomb the hell out of something and then sit back as all the civilian videos come out on social media showing a “Russian” plane committing the act! The perfect set up.
Now that we’re revealing this, look for someone to come out and claim it is for something like “training” but who needs to repaint planes for training? We have all sorts of electronics to Identify Friend-Foe (IFF). This enables us to fight at night, in bad weather . . . . zero visibility. So why repaint a plane for “training?”
Further, it isn’t only ONE plane the US is repainting; it’s quite a few! Take a look at one below:
The first three pics are of an U.S. F/A-18 fighter and attack aircraft in Russian coloring. The wingtips are raised for storage as this is a carrier enabled plane. The windows of the raised cockpit hood are covered with white sun protection sheets.)
On the bottom right is a picture of a real Russia SU-34 fighter jet in the usual Russian color scheme as it is also used by the Russian contingent in Syria.
It would be extremely difficult to distinguish these like-colored planes from each other in a shaky fly-by and “bombing” video.
It appears someone in the US is planning something nefarious. Don’t be duped into a war, America.
Watch for it.