Sudan: Five Aircraft Crashes in 24 Days Kill 21

At least 21 people have been killed in a series of five bizarre crashes involving Sudanese air force craft and helicopters during the 24-day period from September 9 to October 3, according to the official Sudanese army’s Twitter feed.

On October 3, the Sudanese army Twitter feed reported that “Sudan Air Force AN 30 & AN 32, both crashed while landing at Khartoum airport ,the airport is closed now.” [sic]

A video which emerged of the crash showed the two aircraft landing on the same runway at the same time, and then, predictably, ramming each other.

On September 20, the Sudanese army Twitter feed reported that a “Sudanese K8- jet trainer and light attack aircraft was crashed yesterday night West of capital Khartoum during night flight training sadly both pilots was killed.”[sic]

On September 17, the Sudanese army Twitter feed announced that a “SAF mi17 crashed while landing in Nyala airport sudan west of Sudan no casualties among the crews and the passengers it was coming from routine flight from border with central African republic.”[sic]





On September 9, the Sudanese army Twitter feed announced that another aircraft—which it did not identify as military—had crashed into the Yirol River in the south of that country.

“The Wreckage of an aircraft that plunged into Yirol River this morning killing 19 people. The victims include the Bishop of Yirol Episcopal church and an Italian Doctor. An 8-year-old girl is just one of the survivors that has been rushed to Yirol hospital for medical attention.” [sic]

In 2010, the European Union (EU) officially banned all aircraft from the Sudan from flying in European airspace, citing a failure to “adhere to the applicable international safety standards.”

* According to official data, the average IQ in the Sudan in the “67 to 74” range.

According to the internationally-accepted Stanford-Binet scale of intelligence, an IQ between 70 and 79 is “borderline deficiency,” and an IQ between 50 and 69 is officially classified as “moron.”


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  1. I was amused, if that’s an applicable word, by the (((BBC)))’s ‘Doctor Who’. I thought the Jewish controllers of the TV trash caught the exact feel of low intellect people: a mixed race bunch with no idea what they were doing, led by a ridiculous woman with no grasp of anything. The odd thing is, the evidence suggests the Jews themselves control only by lies and guesswork, and not any serious understanding.

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