Monday, August 4, 2014

Search engines are useless today - fighter jet brought down MH17

This, as well as being my late father's birthday, is the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Although there is nobody around who can remember this it has been the big story of all the major western news channels. It is a glorification to prepare young men (and women) to die for politicians and Bilderbergers in the forthcoming war.

I've tried Google, Yahoo, Dogpile and DuckDuckGo without any luck trying to locate the report that it was most likely a Ukrainian fighter jet that deliberately it would seem brought down MH17. If I had not known about this article being a Global Research article I would not have been able to find it. You see, it does not fit in with US/NATO narratives which aim to take us into another world war from which it is unlikely many will survive. Search engines, which used to be so reliable, are pretty well useless sources of truth today.

The US and UK news channels push one line, that it was shot down by a BUK missile. The Ukrainian government has refused to release air-traffic data of that fatal day. Instead it has pumped misinformation into the public domain at an alarming rate with the complicity of the US and its brothel of media whores all aimed at discrediting Russia and President Putin. It has further used this false information to bring punitive measures against the Russian economy and its people.

That report by Global Research was not the first. An air-traffic controller in Ukraine mentioned about, not one but two fighter jets accompanying the ill-fated passenger plane. Bloggers were also distributing pictures of the wreckage and arguing that it had been brought down by a fighter jet.

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