Over the airspace of Belarus, a Ryanair plane had to make a landing in Minsk on its way from Athens to Vilnius, due to a bomb scare. However the American regime and the European regimes claim, with no evidence, that it was forced to land, because on the plane, a Belarusian color revolutionary who helped organize violent protests in Minsk, Roman Protasevich, who was arrested.
This comes in the backdrop of a Western backed coup attempt against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who became the target of the color revolution attempt, because he refused to impose Covid lockdowns and is skeptical of vaccines. It is very probable that there was a bomb scare, especially as the EU, who still doesn’t understand Lukashenko at all, may have hoped Belarusian authorities would ignore a bomb scare and hence do more damage to Belarus.
Belarus’ Deputy air force commander Andrei Gurtsevich, who’s forces were monitoring what was going on in its airspace, said that the plane’s crew made the decision to land in Minsk on its own free will. However, of course, Lithuania’s President Gitanas Nauseda, who’s country has a minimal intelligence capability, even within Lithuania, and who relies on NATO for protection of its airspace, claimed it was forced.
The EU’s most dangerous response came from Lithuania’s Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, who is using war monger rhetoric about a sovereign action by Russian-led CSTO member Belarus. She said “What happened today is an attack not only on Lithuania. This is the act of state terrorism directed against the security of citizens of the #EU and other countries.” Keep in mind with this ridiculous response from Simonyte, no one got hurt or killed as a result. The lunatic Lithuanian Prime Minister is indicating from this dangerous language, she’d be for WW3 in response to this.
What happened today is an attack not only on Lithuania.
— Ingrida Šimonytė (@IngridaSimonyte) May 23, 2021
Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said “I condemn in the strongest terms the detention of Roman Protasevich by Belarusian authorities, after a Ryanair passenger aircraft was hijacked. This is a reprehensible act of state terrorism.”
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said “The forced landing of a commercial plane to detain a journalist is an unprecedented, shocking act. We demand all passengers’ immediate release. Tomorrow’s #EUCO must address the need to step up pressure on Belarus. Enough is enough.”
The forced landing of a commercial plane to detain a journalist is an unprecedented, shocking act. We demand all passengers’ immediate release. Tomorrow’s #EUCO must address the need to step up pressure on Belarus. Enough is enough.
— Prime Minister GR (@PrimeministerGR) May 23, 2021
“Consequences and possible sanctions will be discussed at this occasion,” EU Council President Charles Michel’s spokesman Barend Leyts said about the coming EU Council Summit.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg for his part called the actions very serious and that an investigation was needed.
Meanwhile, these hypocritical bastards who seem to want WW3 over this, they of course were all too happy in 2013 when the EU forced down the plane of then Bolivian President Evo Morales, when he was on his flight back from Moscow.
Austrian authorities confined a sovereign head of state for 14 hours demanding to see if his aircraft had American dissident and whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Bolivia though was of course much more responsible in its handling of actual air piracy by the European Union member Austria.
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