Cui Bono?

This commentary by The Burning Platform about the MH17 situation contains an interesting analysis with some facts that are being conveniently overlooked by those who believe the rebels fired the guilty missile:   WHO BENFITS?

The obvious question for me is, why are Obama and Clan squealing like stuck pigs about Russia’s implied guilt, when in fact there is no direct evidence implicating either side yet?   I haven’t decided which side fired the missile.   But I certainly don’t trust the our Government.

The obvious point overlooked is that this situation would have never occurred in the first place if the U.S. had not meddled in Ukraine in the first place.  Anyone remember the infamous Valerie Nuland phone tape in which she was cursing the EU and remarking about how much money to the U.S. had already spent rigging the removal of the previous Government?  Huh?  You forgot already?

3 thoughts on “Cui Bono?

  1. How about… Ukraine put the missile system in a position to be “captured” by the rebels. Then flew a fighter overhead after diverting the airliner to the kill zone.

    Then the rebels fired at the “fighter”. The decoy moved away either physically or electronically and the airliner was hit.

    Motive? Ask Nuland…

  2. Sunday, July 20, 2014 9:58 PM
    On Friday, the Daily Mail, one of the major UK tabloids carried photos and video of what was alleged to be a rebel “Buk” launcher heading back to Russia. The article carried a claim from some Ukrainian source that the launcher was missing several missiles after having shot them at the Malaysian 777. The article was prominently linked to the Drudge Report, and so was probably viewed by several million people.

    Today, this meme made it into Uncle Sam’s official narrative, as per the following New York Times excerpt:

    On the CBS program “Face the Nation,” Mr. Kerry referred to a video that the Ukrainians have made public showing an SA-11 unit heading back to Russia after the downing of the plane with “a missing missile or so.” The video referenced by the New York Times was, in fact, posted on the Facebook account of the Ukrainian Interior Minister. The allegation was that the launcher was crossing the border with Russia.

    However, going by the billboard and other features of the scenery, Russian bloggers and news sources claim to have identified the road in the video as having been taken in or near the town of Krasnoarmeisk (“Krasnoarmiysk” in Ukrainian), which has been under Kiev’s control since May.

    In fact, the billboard is supposedly advertising a Krasnoarmeisk car dealership. Also, one of the structures in the background is said to be a construction materials store on Gorkii Street, Krasnoarmeisk.

    Please note that this town is (very roughly) 120 kilometers from the Russian border and 80 kilometers from where the Malaysian 777 went down. And again, it has been under Kiev’s control since May.

    Everytime I see Kerry, he always looks like a sesame street muppet (his facial gestures and movements).

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