Joining the dots
The evidence (below) shows that the crash of PS-752 was faked and this fits perfectly with what we might imagine really went down (at a very basic level) in the assassination of Soleimani.
(Also see posts Did MH-17 crash in Eastern Ukraine? and Did Asiana Flight 214 crash in San Francisco?)
— As it suits them both, Trump and Rouhani collude in assassination (or other method of "disappearing") of Soleimani
— An expected retaliation by Iran ensues in the form of an attack on a Ukrainian airliner containing Canadian passengers causing its crash but which is, in fact, a staged crash (with the necessary collusion of the US, Iran (Rouhani), Canada and the Ukraine)
— Rouhani blames Revolutionary Guards (led by Soleimani) for “accidental” shooting down of plane followed by the laying of fake charges. Rouhani will cry some crocodile tears and Trump and Rouhani will collaborate in what it is they wish to collaborate in.
What doesn't make sense
— US assassinates Soleimani on its lonesome
— Fake plane crash (necessary collusion by the US, Iran (Rouhani), Canada and the Ukraine)
— Rouhani blames Revolutionary Guards (led by Soleimani) for “accidental” shooting down of plane and now charges
I was prompted to check the veracity of the PS-752 crash after reading a photographed post, "The Soleimani Assassination and Occam's Razor" contained in a tweet sent to me - click bar below for post in text form.
“THE SOLEIMANI ASSASSINATION AND OCCAM’S RAZOR”
Many are calling Trump’s move taking out General Soleimani “4D Chess”. I believe there is another strategy in play.
Trump has backchannels to Iran and made a deal with Rouhani to take out Iran’s General who Rouhani was already losing control over. Soleimani was acting as a lone wolf in Iraq. He was there AGAINST ORDERS from President Rouhani. Soleimani was becoming too powerful and he was using Iran’s army as his own personal mercenary force. Rouhani was slowly losing control over his own military and Trump saw this is an opportunity to make a deal with the devil.
Both Trump and Iran want US forces to begin wrapping up in Iraq.
Rouhani wants Soleimani dead because he is becoming uncontrolled.
Trump wants Soleimani dead in order to look powerful and to snub Obama for his pardon of the war criminal.
Soleimani’s death causes a vote in Iraq for US forces to leave. Now Trump can pull forces without battling in congress.
Rouhani and Trump both get what they want. Rouhani gets to cry crocodile tears for his poor general, and Trump has made inroads into a deal with Iran.
There will be some more back and forth fake posturing from Iran against Trump in order to save face and create plausible deniability, but ultimately Rouhani will come to the table.
Iran will come to the table and agree to inspections and denuclearization in return for sanction relief. The president has become old and weary of this path and he sees Trump as his ally against the Globalists. Now is the time when Iran can come to the table and establish strong economic nationalist trade deals that are free of globalist intervention.
Iran realises that their war has always been against the Rothschild banks and Rouhani realises that Trump is their enemy as well, so now is the time to make a deal. The deal must be done in secret, where both sides look like enemies in order to save face to the general public who hate each other’s guts.
This will cause the price of oil to plummet below $30 by end of year.
Evidence that the crash of PS-752 was faked
Evidence favouring the crash of the Ukrainian airline flight, PS-752, being a faked event rather than real. Also, in tandem with that hypothesis is that they make it clear it’s fake with obvious signals and obvious lack of realism. For more on this phenomenon see They Tell Us Clearly.
1. A major point to consider is that there is no clear evidence of reality of the crash
2. There are no images of the crashed plane that convincingly show a white plane with yellow and blue livery that looks like the plane on the left although we are shown part of a tail with the UIA logo on it.
3. We see no seats or bodies as pointed out by YouTuber, Peekay.
4. The footage of the plane crashing is not convincing.
5. It is beyond irregular that bulldozers would appear on the scene so soon after the crash to massively compromise the evidence ... but as we might expect for a staged plane crash, there seems little for the dozers to do and what are all the people doing?
6. Trump says: “It was flying in a pretty rough neighbourhood”. These words are nonsensical in relation to a plane.
7. The man standing next to Trump (Point 6) ostentatiously hides a smile. (I do not regard this as “duping delight” (these people are consummate actors after all) but deliberate pretence of smiling and hiding it – a typical sign of staged events.)
8. This is a CBC interview with Ramin Alaen in Toronto whose wife delivered a baby on January 8 (the day of the crash) whose sister, Iman, and her husband, Parinaz, both allegedly died. Some of the anomalies it contains are listed below.
— Parinaz is a woman’s name meaning “charming and beautiful”, from the words Pari (“fairy”, “extremely beautiful woman”) and naz (“charm”, “beauty”) so it's decidedly odd that Ramin's wife's brother-in-law is named Parinaz.
— Ramin says: “They were on holidays for two weeks and – I don’t know – somehow they rushed to go back … They were to arrive in Toronto at 3pm and then they had another flight arranged to take a cruise because Parinaz won the prize from RBC [seemingly, the company he worked for]”.
Comment: Why does Ramin express ignorance of not knowing the reason for their hasty return when he expresses the knowledge that they were going to take another flight from Toronto to go on a cruise. We might also ask if Iman really had to take that cruise at that time (and where it was happening in the North American winter) when her sister was having a baby.
— The interviewer then, seemingly confused, refers to “her” winning the prize although Ramin has said it was her husband, Parinaz, who won it.
— Then Ramin speaks of Iman having a conversation with her sister but refers to her as “he”. I know that it is common for foreign speakers to confuse pronoun gender but Ramin refers to Iman as “he” about 10 times which seems a little odd, especially considering that as soon as he starts speaking about his newborn daughter, he refers to her no problem as “she”.
— Then the interviewer refers to Parinaz again, confusing him with Iman, and asks if Ramin and his wife had considered naming the baby Parinaz after his sister-in-law. Ramin responds that they did consider it. This makes sense if we consider that Parinaz is a girl’s name but not if we consider the fact that Parinaz is, allegedly, the sister’s husband. (At this point I stopped watching the interview but if others are interested they may find more anomalies in the last couple of minutes or so.)