Russia accusations are heading to the high seas and Britain’s the Sunday Mirror has been on to its MI6 sources who claim that the Steno Impero tanker may have been steered towards Iranian waters by false GPS coordinates sent by Russian spy technology.

Russia has the technology to spoof GPS and may have helped Iran in this venture as it was extremely brazen.

It would make British shipping extremely vulnerable and will be of grave concern to Royal Navy warships in the region.

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Russian intelligence have worked very closely in Syria, protecting and promoting the interest of the Syrian people by defeating ISIS.

Russia has technology and is on good terms with Iran. Following this logic, every time a Kalashnikov is fired does that mean it was ordered by Vladimir Putin?

Every time a bomb is dropped on Yemen, does that mean the British prime minister signed off on it first? Every time a US aircraft carrier is parked off the coast of Iran to increase tensions in the region, does that mean the president ordered it?

July has been a big month of tenuous Russia-blaming already, with Britain’s foreign secretary suggesting Moscow could be behind an email leak from the UK ambassador in Washington.

Also the US Presidential hopeful Kamala Harris accusing Russian bots of creating heat around the knee-bending superbowl protest of Colin Kapaernik.

RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2019.

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12-06-23 13:11

Electronic warfare?