FLIGHT MH17: ‘GOOD NEWS’ FOR RUPERT MURDOCH & MADELEINE ALBRIGHT (09.09.2014)
The Dutch 'government' published an interim 'report' into the downing of Flight MH17 that was necessarily 'incomplete'.
orville or orwell: alice in wonderland and cheshire cats and all that.
sure wasn't a heat seeking missile.
In legal terms, it is already established that the very fact the Kiev mobsters were flying civilian passenger planes into their own war zone, where planes had already been shot down, is obvious criminal negligence.
Of course that quite deliberate -criminal negligence- begs many other questions from reasonable people that those responsible do not want to answer.
What is well established is that Poroshenko and Co are foul liars about everything.
The transcript of a meeting of the ‘Atlantic Council’ is actually evidence of serious known criminals, boasting that they -used- the corporate advertisers to keep putting out the Flight MH17 propaganda, until politicians felt they could put new 'sanctions' on Russia.
Sanctions involve a lot of behind the scenes 'hedge funding' (ie: money laundering) to make vast sums of money for a few people.
The Atlantic Council's Madeline Albright has the worst possible previous form in using illegal sanctions to murder over 500,000 Iraqi children, whose deaths she horrifically claimed was a 'price it was worth (those children) paying', with their lives.
It was when Denis Halliday exposed those illegal sanctions as Genocide that 9/11 happened, so that the U.S and U.K governments had a phoney pretext to try and cover up the far worse 500,000 deaths, to continue, what remains Genocide.
There is of course, a very big difference between the official version of 9/11 saying anything it likes and the U.S. government being able to prove the laws of ummm...physics is bogus in a court of law.
In legal terms, it is illegal to occupy whole countries to allegedly search for a few criminals.
The British and American government also illegally legislate to invent illegal sanctions to use on Iran to make money for themselves too.
It is a U.S. & U.K. government front called UANI who are behind illegal sanctions on Iran.
What it is entirely possible is being covered up, is that Flight MH17 was drawn into the spiders web, before it was shot down by fighter jets, because there really was no room for error in what the corporate advertisers propaganda was going to be used for.
journalists had no problem with access to the Flight MH17 crash site, while the bureaucrats twiddled their thumbs.
The 'Atlantic Council' chillingly highlight how the purpose was to spread corporate lies to invent illegal sanctions:
Last week was a good one for both the transatlantic relationship and the cause of freedom in Ukraine. It followed weeks in which Moscow had escalated its war in southeast Ukraine, sending advanced weaponry and more fighters, and directly shelling Ukrainian forces.
the eastern ukraine tent 'crime': a corporate fiction of a malevolent and murderous corporate mind.
On Tuesday, after a month of dawdling, the EU joined the United States in imposing major sanctions on the Russian economy. What, finally, led Brussels to act?
Atlantic Council meetings last week in Brussels, Berlin and London – with more than forty NATO, EU, German and British officials, journalists and national security analysts – reflected a number of reasons for the sudden decision to impose stiff sanctions. It was not simply that Europe blamed Moscow’s insurgents in Ukraine for shooting down Malaysian Flight 17. After all, Chancellor Merkel said publicly the day after that it was too early to discuss additional sanctions. For many of our interlocutors a greater factor was the separatists' callous handling of the victims' remains, theft of their property, removal of evidence from the site and obstruction of investigators. As one cautious interlocutor asked, what type of people treat the dead like this? For Europeans, it was a clarifying moment.
This clarity was particularly felt by the Dutch, whose citizens were two-thirds of those killed on the flight and who heretofore had opposed tough sanctions on Moscow for its adventure in Ukraine. Indeed, the Dutch reaction to the shoot-down mirrored Chancellor Merkel's. But the insurgents' criminality at the crash site sparked an outrage that led Dutch politicians to urge strong measures against the Kremlin. Dutch advocacy left the EU's other opponents of decisive action reluctant to oppose the sanctions.
Equally important was the impact in Germany, where the public had been slow to grasp the meaning of the conflict a few hundred miles to its east. Explanations for Chancellor Merkel's hesitation to move decisively against Moscow usually cite Germany’s dependence on Russian gas exports and its large trade account with Russia. Another important factor is the imbalance of public discussion in Germany of the Ukraine question. Much German commentary has been shaped by Putin-Verstehen, a sense of sympathy toward the Kremlin and Mr. Putin that paints their behavior in a favorable light and gives them the benefit of the doubt in any situation that looks like a dispute with the United States. (Growing skepticism toward the United States, including anger over the Obama administration's ham-handed management of the NSA eavesdroppping scandal, also feeds this.) Putin-Verstehen (or "Putin-Understanding") has made it much harder for the German public to realize the suffering that Moscow's insurgency has inflicted on the people of Ukraine.
The German public's revulsion over insurgent actions at the crash site created the political conditions for the chancellor to impose the sanctions on Russia that she had let slide at the end of June. Surprisingly, even spokespersons for German industry expressed support for last week's sanctions.
Even as European sentiment crystallized last week on the need to send Mr. Putin a strong message, the Continent still needed a transatlantic lead to make it happen. For months, the Obama administration has been encouraging its European allies to move toward stronger sanctions. The tough sanctions that Washington imposed in mid-July – when Brussels took rather modest measures – were taken in a way sensitive to European interests, which would make it easier for Europe to join later.
As conditions emerged in the past two weeks for a stronger response, the US exerted the necessary leadership. President Obama organized the conference call July 28 with the British, French and German leaders to lock up an understanding on additional sanctions. Susan Rice next spoke with her counterparts from those countries to nail down the details.
Last week's results were good, but more sanctions likely will be needed to persuade Mr. Putin to pull back Russian fighters and armaments from Ukraine. Going forward EU caution will probably provoke further frustration in Kyiv and Washington. Yet last week was a good reminder that, as Winston Churchill said, the only thing worse than conducting a campaign with allies is conducting one without them.
John E. Herbst is the director of the Dinu Patriciu Eurasia Center at the Atlantic Council. He served as the US ambassador to Ukraine between 2003 and 2006
Of course it was actually Atlantic Council's Rupert Murdoch, who is well known for rifling through the phone calls of child murder victims etc, who actually had to apologize for rifling through Flight MH17 victim's luggage.
In actual fact, European people, like Russian people have no problem with opening up the borders between the EU & Russia, that U.S. business interests would not benefit from.
Therefore the whole Ukraine pretext of EU -or- Russia is false, and is not what Putin himself has advocated, which is why the U.S has long instigated paying for the phoney colour revolutions in Ukraine, -and- a change from Putin.
The only -failure- is to not act to put mass murderers in our corporate state's like Madeline Albright & Co. on trial in a real court of law, because otherwise the corporate advertisers do not ever stop wheeling out corporate politicians, giving them a platform to keep lying, while the corporate state keep murdering whoever they like, for money.
The bought and paid for corporate trial by media really is no substitute for a real court of law with facts and evidence and a jury, with proceedings recorded and published by the people.
orville: the latest obama drone ?