Peter Haisenko in Cockpit of Condor DC 10
World War III is threatening humanity and, according to an expert in aviation, a German pilot, this threat is more real and closer than most fathom. A close look at images of MH 017 wreckage circulating on the Internet shows just what really happened to it, and the serious implications supporting what Prof. Chossudovsky just warned this week about WWIII.
“The West is waging a financial war on Russia and the U.S. threatens to intervene in Eastern Ukraine,” Chossudovsky wrote. “While a World War III scenario implying the preemptive use of nuclear weapons has been on the drawing board of the Pentagon for more than ten years, military planners are now involved in more concrete attack plans directed against Russia including the deployment of missile systems as well as NATO ground forces inside Ukraine.”
Today, a German pilot has released analysis of MH 017 that further confirms Chossudovsky’s WWIII predictions.
“First, I was amazed at how few photos can be found from the wreckage with Google,” the German pilot Peter Haisenko said. “All are in low resolution, except one: The fragment of the cockpit below the window on the pilots side. This image, however, is shocking. In Washington, you can now hear views expressed of a “potentially tragic error / accident” regarding MH 017. Given this particular cockpit image it does not surprise me at all.”
Entry and exit impact holes of projectiles in the cockpit area
Haisenko recommends enlarging the picture above, downloading as a PDF in good resolution because this is necessary to understand what he is describing. [Enlarge photo here:
“The facts speak clear and loud and are beyond the realm of speculation: The cockpit shows traces of shelling! You can see the entry and exit holes. The edge of a portion of the holes is bent inwards. These are the smaller holes, round and clean, showing the entry points most likely that of a 30 millimeter caliber projectile. The edge of the other, the larger and slightly frayed exit holes showing shreds of metal pointing produced by the same caliber projectiles. Moreover, it is evident that at these exit holes of the outer layer of the double aluminum reinforced structure are shredded or bent – outwardly! Furthermore, minor cuts can be seen, all bent outward, which indicate that shrapnel had forcefully exited through the outer skin from the inside of the cockpit. The open rivets are are also bent outward.
One thing stands out in photos
The one thing that stands out is that all wreckage of the sections behind the cockpit are largely intact – with only fragments of the aircraft remained.
“Only the cockpit part shows these peculiar marks of destruction. This leaves the examiner with an important clue. This aircraft was not hit by a missile in the central portion. The destruction is limited to the cockpit area. Now you have to factor in that this part is constructed of specially reinforced material. This is on account of the nose of any aircraft having to withstand the impact of a large bird at high speeds. You can see in the photo, that in this area significantly stronger aluminum alloys were being installed than in the remainder of the outer skin of the fuselage.
In the Pan Am crash over Lockerbie, it a large segment of the cockpit, due to the special architecture, survived the crash in one piece.
It’s also abundantly clear that also, an explosion took place inside the aircraft, he says.
Bullet holes in the outer skin
Tank destroying mix of ammunition
“Russia recently published radar recordings, that confirm at least one Ukrainian SU 25 in close proximity to MH 017,” corresponding to a statement about the now missing Spanish controller ‘Carlos’ that saw two Ukrainian fighter aircraft in the immediate vicinity of MH 017.
“If we now consider the armament of a typical SU 25 we learn this: It is equipped with a double-barreled 30-mm gun, type GSh-302 / AO-17A, equipped with: a 250 round magazine of anti-tank incendiary shells and splinter-explosive shells (dum-dum), arranged in alternating order. The cockpit of the MH 017 has evidently been fired at from both sides: the entry and exit holes are found on the same fragment of it’s cockpit segment!
“Now just consider what happens when a series of anti-tank incendiary shells and splinter-explosive shells hit the cockpit,” writes Haisenko. “These are after all designed to destroy a modern tank.
“The anti-tank incendiary shells partially traversed the cockpit and exited on the other side in a slightly deformed shape. (Aviation forensic experts could possibly find them on the ground presumably controlled by the Kiev Ukrainian military; the translator).”
Haisenko says their impact is designed to penetrate the solid armor of a tank.
“Also, the splinter-explosive shells will, due to their numerous impacts too cause massive explosions inside the cockpit, since they are designed to do this. Given the rapid firing sequence of the GSh-302 cannon, it will cause a rapid succession of explosions within the cockpit area in a very short time. Remember: Each of these is sufficient to destroy a tank.
What “mistake” was actually committed – and by whom?
The pilot Haisenko explains that, due to the interior of a commercial aircraft being a hermetically sealed pressurized chamber, in a split second, explosions will increase pressure inside the cabin to extreme levels or breaking point.
“An aircraft is not equipped for this, he says, adding “it will burst like a balloon,” explaining a coherent scenario.
“The largely intact fragments of the rear sections broke in mid air at the weaker points of construction most likely under extreme internal air pressure. The images of the widely scattered field of debris and the brutally damaged segment of cockpit fit like hand in glove. Furthermore, a wing segment shows traces of a grazing shot, which in direct extension leads to the cockpit. Interestingly, I found that both the high-resolution photo of the fragment of bullet riddled cockpit as well as the segment of grazed wing have in the meantime disappeared from Google Images. One can find virtually no more pictures of the wreckage, except the well known smoking ruins.
He says that if you listen to voices from Washington now speaking of a “potentially tragic error / accident”, all that remains is the question of what might have been the nature of this “mistake” perpetrated here.
“I am not given to hover long in the realm of speculation, but would like to invite others to consider the following : The MH 017 looked similar in it’s tricolor design to that that of the Russian President’s plane. The plane with President Putin on board was at the same time ”near” Malaysia MH 017. In aviation circles “close” would be considered to be anywhere between 150 to 200 miles.
“Also, in this context we might consider the deposition of Ms. Tymoshenko, who wanted to shoot President Putin with a Kalashnikov.”
Source: Global research
“Source for all photos: Internet“