No doubt some people, on reading this, will accuse me of reposting a propaganda piece from long defunct Soviet Union newspaper Pravda (yes Professor Want-War, I’m talking about you, you death worshipping creep.) That is the level the war or words betwen east and west has reached.
If you are not a brainwashed establishment lackey however, remember as you read what is below that the USA, UK and EU are every bit as adept at spin, misrepresentation and propaganda. Despite all the provokation in the hope of goading the Russians into firing the shot that would be heard around the world and signal the start of open global conflict, not a single shred of evidence has yet been produced to back up the Obama led narrative that pro Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine shot down the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777.
So intelligent people ought to approach it with open minds. Neither believe nor disbelieve but file the story away in memory (or bookmark this page) so as more evidence emerges you can join up the dots. And as for Professor Want-War, I’ve already made him eat his words, on Libya, syrian, The Kiev Putsch in Ukraine and MH17. Now he’s going to have to sick them up and eat them all over again.
The shoot down of Malaysian Airlines flight MH 17 came into greater focus with the December 15 YouTube video featuring a former crew member of BUK self-propelled fire installation, number 312 (BUK 312). Ukraine’s government and others maintained that the BUK 312 unit shot down MH17 while manned by a resistance crew. The Obama administration championed that narrative holding both the resistance and Russia responsible for the 298 deaths on July 17. The interview was conducted by investigative journalist Anatoly Sharij and translated by Marina Stewart (see full test in English at end of this article). (Image: BUK 312 in Kiev junta terrotiry Anatoly Sharij, reproduced under Creative Commons licence)
The 23-year-old former BUK 312 crewmember revealed that the missile unit was in fact manned by the Ukraine military. He outlines the missile system’s location and how it operated. The former sergeant also offered analysis and research indicating the very low probability that the 312 crew shot down MH17.
Claims that the eastern Ukraine resistance shot down MH 17 with a BUK system rely on a Ukraine government audiotape in which resistance commanders allegedly admit to the shoot down. The tape lost credibility when it was discovered that a key part of the recording was made hours before the crash. In addition, the tape was patched together, not a continuous conversation.