|Sat30JunMMXII - Clk2Enlrg|
That mid-air collision over Germany in the summer of 2002 was strange enough: with all the technology on board and on the ground, how on earth do two planes manage to collide seven miles up?
Turns out that crash was the result of a complex confluence of circumstances: a sub-contracted ATC system in Switzerland, staffed by two Danish nationals, one of whom was sleeping, the other working on equipment handicapped by repairs-in-progress; a Russian crew flying an aging Tupelov jetliner who disregarded instructions from the flight manual, which stated that their onboard radar system was to take precedence over ground ATC commands in the even of a mid-air emergency, etc etc. Really bad luck, essentially.
But two years after the crash, which resulted in 71 deaths (including over 50 Roosky kids on a UNESCO-financed jaunt to Spain) things got weird: our memory of that summertime mid-air disaster was jogged by the shocking news that there had been a murder in Switzerland involving multiple concerned parties. Soon it became clear that this was some kind of savage revenge killing, a murder motivated by the type of blood lust that is common - even condoned - among certain non-Western groups.
Of course then, and now, the New York Times (and the rest of the Western MSM) utterly failed to report honestly on the "regional" to-not-say-ethnic nature of the Russian's murderous behavior.
In a short article published today, the Times even manages to explain why this Russian murderer, instead of getting sentenced to death for murdering a 38 year-old father of three, was sentenced to only eight years of which he served only two. Apparently where this guy's from, it's a cultural thing. So that's cool.
From the article in question, "Plane Crash Remembered; One Mourner Not Welcomed":
|Grinning Russian Knife Murderer Vitaly Kaloyev|
It's bad enough that the verminous reality contortionists at Amerika's newspaper of record euphemistically call the Roosky murderer a "mourner," it's even worse that their sense of cultural relativity is so pervasive that it is used to pretty much excuse away Kaloyev's deed.
Could it be that the murder victim, a thirtysomething Danish citizen named Peter Nielsen who was married and had three kids, fit the convenient profile of privileged Westerner? And thus that his offing at the hands of a religiously-motivated North Caucuser was due retribution for the crime of being a white, bourgeois, heterosexual European who had (gasp) - despite all the forces working to prevent him from doing so - founded a family shamefully un-enriched with Diversity?
Hey, it's just a theory.
Here is a 2004 NYT article describing the murder :
"Suspect Kept In Detention In Slaying Of Controller"
From that article :
The New York Times: Blame Shifting Murderous Behaviour Since The Early-Oughts