Moscow Airport Blasts: FSB False Flag, Part Of Anti-Putin Campaign Or Real Separatist Attack?
Previous terrorist attacks in Russia were the dirty work of the security services
Steve Watson & Paul Watson
Jan 24, 2011
A bomb blast killing at least 35 people at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport and leaving hundreds injured is officially being blamed by authorities on one or more suicide bombers, but previous instances of terrorism in Russia were proven to be the work of the FSB security service itself.
The attack is the second in less than a year, following the detonation of two devices aboard metro trains in Moscow last March, an attack that killed a similar amount of innocent people.
The immediate speculation, being promulgated unquestioningly by the media, is once again that the blasts are related to the deterioration in relations between the Kremlin and the volatile Islamist North Caucasus region.
Russian president Dmitry Medvedev cancelled plans to travel to Davos for the World Economic Forum, announcing via Twitter that “Security will be strengthened at large transport hubs. We mourn the victims of the terrorist attack at Domodedovo airport. The organisers will be tracked down and punished.”
The president has put the FSB domestic security service on alert, strengthened security on the metro system and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has announced that security services are looking for three men in connection to the attack.
Unconfirmed reports say there were two bombs, both filled with shards of metal.
The following is an eyewitness video filmed on a mobile phone just moments after the blast at Russia’s largest airport. In the second video a Russia Today reporter describes how security at the airport had been stepped up recently, much to the annoyance of many travelers, but now there won’t be so many complaints.