Thursday, July 17, 2014

Malaysian Airliner Crashes Over Ukraine- A Provocation or a Blunder?

A Malaysian airliner went down today over eastern Ukraine, an area where the Kiev client regime of the U.S. and EU has been waging a military offensive to wipe out what it calls "terrorists" (secessionists and rebels, presumably backed by Russia). The U.S. is already putting it out in whispers into friendly media ears that a surface to air missile brought the civilian airliner down. Putin mentioned the plane crash/shootdown
during a phone call with Emperor Obama of the U.S.

Two main possibilities suggest themselves here. 1) Rebels made a bad mistake or did something stupid. It certainly couldn't benefit them to commit such an atrocity. 2) The Kiev regime arranged a shootdown to blame it on the "terrorists" (shooting down airliners is the kind of thing "terrorists" do, right?).

Under 2), there are a few possibilities. Kiev's "National Guard," filled with fascists, could have done the deed. Or it could be a false flag operation, just as the snipers who killed numerous policemen and rioters during the siege of government buildings in Kiev that led to the overthrow of the previous elected president of Ukraine, were a false flag operation, as revealed in an intercepted phone call between the Estonian foreign minister and EU poohbah Catherine Ashton. [1]

Just a few days ago the Kiev regime apparently lobbed an artillery shell into Russia, killing a Russian citizen, then denied they did it. They seem to be trying to provoke a Russian invasion (which they've been screeching about for months) in order to bring in more Western military might. An arranged airliner atrocity by "terrorists backed by Russia" could be a provocation, as well as providing useful agit-propaganda material as a bonus.

And Emperor Obama has just announced sanctions against various Russian companies, trying to cut them off from the U.S.-dominated international financial system. Interesting coincidence of timing, but it's too soon to speculate if there's a connection. Obama announced the new sanctions as punishment for Russia "interfering" in Ukraine, and its failure to order the rebels to surrender.

Speaking of shooting down civilian airliners, the U.S. bloc has a long and nasty history of that sort of thing. The U.S. infamously sponsored the Cuban exile fascist terrorists Orlando Bosch and Luis Posada Carriles, who planted a bomb on a Cuban civilian airliner, killing all 78 people on board. In particular, the senior George Bush protected them, both as CIA director, and later as Emperor of the U.S., but the protection is extended by the entire police state of the U.S. and most of the establishment media. Under Emperor Reagan, the U.S. navy ship Vincennes infamously deliberately. shot down an Iranian jetliner over the Persian Gulf. And Israel shot down a Libyan civilian jetliner over the Sinai desert. The U.S. and Israeli-backed South African apartheid regime used a decoy radio beacon to lure the plane of Mozambican president Samora Machel into a mountainside. And speaking of false flag ops, the U.S. military had a plan to shoot down a CIA drone aircraft disguised as a civilian airliner, using a fake U.S. MiG, and pretend the Castro regime did it, as a pretext for a U.S. invasion.

1]  See "Ukraine Snipers Worked For U.S. Puppet Government, Estonian Foreign Minister Told Ashton," where you can listen to the phone call and read an analysis of it.

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