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Stucky

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Awkward. You do know Israel has been helping Azerbaijan?




 

Stucky

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Awkward. You do know Israel has been helping Azerbaijan?




 

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Excerpt below from:

Summary:
  • Iran’s state television says there is “no sign” of life among passengers of the helicopter.
  • An Iranian official tells Reuters: “President Raisi’s helicopter was completely burned in the crash… unfortunately, all passengers are feared dead.”
  • The helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, the foreign minister, and other officials went down in a remote northern region on the way back from an official visit to Azerbaijan earlier Sunday.
  • It was initially described as a "hard landing" but later was widely acknowledged as a "crash" - and as the hours pass the situation looks more grim.
  • Search and rescue has taken hours to reach the crash site, but little is known of the progress, amid bad weather conditions.
  • Foreign Ministry: "Despite adverse weather and environmental conditions, efforts by rescue teams to reach the accident site continue earnestly and with hope."
  • Iranian population in state of 'uncertainty' as Supreme Leader asks for prayers for Raisi and the missing officials while assuring stability within government leadership.
  • Various countries have sent search and rescue help, including Russia and Turkey. Iran requested a night vision search and rescue helicopter from Turkey, according to Turkish disaster management agency AFAD.
  • Gulf countries express concern over crash, offer help in search.
  • ‘We hope for good news’ Iranian official tells Al Jazeera.
  • Iranian official told state TV that contact was made with one of the passengers and one of the crew members of the president's helicopter on several occasions.
  • Press TV in follow-up cites an IRGC commander to say "Reports about contacts made by President's companions after crash not factual."
  • Conflicting reports: "Rescue crews haven't yet located the crash site of the helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi," the head of Iran’s Red Crescent Society, Pir-Hossein Koulivand, told Iranian state TV IRINN.
  • Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander-in-chief Hossein Salami has arrived at the general area of the crash
  • "We're searching the area inch by inch, but the weather is very cold, foggy, and rainy. The rainfall is gradually turning into snowfall," said the commander of the Iranian Army's northwestern headquarters.
  • Heavy military presence reported in the capital of Tehran.
  • Thousands of Iranians pray for Raisi’s safe return after crash, but there are reports of others setting off fireworks.
  • Raisi had been in an aging Bell helicopter, with some reports saying it was over 40 years old.
  • US congressman gloats over Raisi crash: “Good riddance. Raisi was a murderous human rights abuser before and during his Presidency,” Rep Mike Waltz (R) wrote in a social media post.
  • Online speculation rampant over whether Israel or foreign intelligence could have been involved in a covert plot.
  • White House has been quiet but says it's aware of the developing situation; President Biden was given a briefing.
Update(2325ET): What's looking like initial confirmation of President Raisi's death is emerging, though there has still not been an official statement from Iran's top leadership:

Iran’s state television says there is “no sign” of life among passengers of the helicopter which was carrying President Ebrahim Raisi and other officials.
“Upon finding the helicopter, there was no sign of the helicopter passengers being alive as of yet,” state TV reports.
An Iranian official tells Reuters: “President Raisi’s helicopter was completely burned in the crash… unfortunately, all passengers are feared dead.”
 

e-Enoch

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How Raisi's death will affect the relations between Azerbaijan, Armenia - opinion
By MORDECHAI KEDAR Published: MAY 29, 2024 01:04
 EX-IRANIAN PRESIDENT Ebrahim Raisi (left) and Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev visit the Qiz-Qalasi dam on the Azerbaijan-Iran border on May 19, earlier in the day, before Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash. (photo credit: Iran’s Presidency/West Asia News Agency/Reuters)
EX-IRANIAN PRESIDENT Ebrahim Raisi (left) and Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev visit the Qiz-Qalasi dam on the Azerbaijan-Iran border on May 19, earlier in the day, before Raisi was killed in a helicopter crash.(photo credit: Iran’s Presidency/West Asia News Agency/Reuters)

 

Lalas

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So..

Armenia recognizes Palestine.

At the same time, as has long been said in the Russian space, as well as in the Western alt-space, Armenia is under the influence of the US-Zio (and there are long-smoldering and increasingly brewing problems with Russia (which is in open conflict with the US-Zio) in this regard - so the story goes).

So, because the US is under Zio's influence, then Armenia is under Zio's influence.

But they recognize Palestine.

At the same time, Azerbaijan is also under the influence of the US-Zio (so they blew up/participated in the explosion of Raisi's helicopter).

Come on now... :oops:

Arrange the stories to fit the current changes, Stucky (it won't hurt too much, as it's a long-practiced habit; I'm sure the other side will easily rearrange their story in the same way). ;)
 

Lalas

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It's like a little foretaste of what's waiting for you in hell (since you won't go anywhere else): the constant roasting of a skewer, the rotation of one side and the other, the constant change of narrative on the fly, which creates in the user a reinforcing sense of the stretch and fluidity of reality and truth in general.

Now Soros is a nasty Zio bastard, but if he supports Palestine, then, as we saw from the writings of Davidson, "sometimes even the evil mans can make the right decisions." Now Armenia is a hand of the US-Zio, but if it recognizes Palestine, then it may be good in this case.

On the other side - the same. Because they do not believe that the case of Palestine is a continuation of the "war in Ukraine", which is a continuation of the long reset (before the Construction of the New Order) that started with the plandemic. They, our pro-Israelis, believe that the case is due to the "barbaric attack by Hamas", to which a "just response" is now being given. Even more: this acquires biblical proportions and is part of the beginning of the end times.

So they should strictly follow the narrative and "turn a blind eye" to the incessant reports of "genocide" and so on by the Israelis over Palestine.

I don't envy you (but at least you're all ready for roasting a skewer in HELL) :eek:
 

Lalas

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In fact, I was already beginning to fear Stucky's delayed response. (Hey, did I get carried away?):oops: He is quite a rude and direct Scotsman. He should be more polite and careful, don't you think?
 

Lalas

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Scotland is the only decent British country. I like the Scots. I just wanted it to be clear.

:rolleyes:
 
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