|What I wrote on Twitter yesterday|
This is what I wrote on Twitter yesterday. I never write things on Twitter (well, hardly ever) but I was puzzled as to what was going on. I was sat upstairs at home when a deep and loud throbbing noise became apparent. It got louder and louder for a couple of minutes until the floor and walls began to vibrate. It was cloudy, so I couldn't see what was flying overhead, but a few minutes later, through a gap in the clouds, I could see a large plane moving at quite a high altitude in an easterly direction (not westerly, as I accidentally stated on Twitter).
A few minutes later a couple of RAF jets were buzzing at low altitude around the area, followed by a military helicopter.
So, this may have been a Russian bomber, it turns out. It was almost certainly flying over the mainland when I saw it.
Anyway, no doubt western politicians will use this as a ploy to try and make us all more fearful of Putin. I note that the defence secretary is saying that Russia 'might target' the Baltic states next, and that this was announced just before the news broke of the yesterday's bomber. The propaganda machine is being cranked up for all it is worth. All media outlets are firing on all cylinders with the same stories.
And with the real economy imploding the drums of war beat ever louder. I fear they might get it if they keep on with their games.