Again, it is propaganda of "Putin = Satan". Place of origin is Brussels, Belgium. A Dutch-led joint investigative team recently concluded that it is highly likely that Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to provide the missiles used in the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Airlines (MH17) in eastern Ukraine. They published the report. According to the report, " We have reached the conclusion that prosecution is difficult because ' complete and conclusive evidence has not been found.'" If there is no conclusive evidence, the publication should be restrained, and the aim of the report is to denigrate Russia. It briefly describes the suspicious movements of the United States and Britain surrounding this tragedy, which is full of falsehoods and conspiracies . The reason why Putin and Russia are so eager to be dismissed as evil is because the cracks in the world order led by the United States, Britain, and the Anglo-Saxons are rapidly and irreversibly expanding through the war in Ukraine .
■ As an extension of the coup d'état that established a pro-US government
This shooting down incident cannot be discussed without ignoring the series of events leading up to the Ukrainian War, which started from the U. This is because it occurred as an extension of the coup d'état, which was a system change to a pro-U.S. government , and the US-led sanctions against Russia were further strengthened.
In other words, in February 2014, pro- Russian President Yanukovych was ousted, ending the Maidan coup . The declaration of the establishment of a republic, the formal inauguration of Ukrainian President Poroshenko in June of the same year (establishment of a pro-US fascist regime), and the shooting down of Flight MH17 in July of the following year occurred.
The US and UK sanctions against Russia over the reunification of Crimea consisted of immigration restrictions and asset freezes for individuals and companies. However, as if waiting for the Malaysian plane to be shot down, the United States and Great Britain immediately concluded that it was shot down by a former Soviet-made missile "Buk" (pictured), which was provided to Russia by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine and launched. Economic sanctions against Russia have been dramatically strengthened, targeting the oil industry, which is the core of Russia's economic activities. Since July, a substantial embargo has been implemented on materials and equipment necessary for the development of oil deposits and shale layers in the Arctic Ocean and the Arctic Circle, which have great potential for oil production in the future .
Ruined US/UK Russia Crime Theory
A Malaysian civilian plane was shot down by a Russian-made Buk missile launched by pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine (involved with Russian forces) shortly after the new Ukrainian government was inaugurated,” the U.S. administration said. Let's get this lie out of the way first.
In the ongoing war in Ukraine, the Ukrainian military is still using Soviet-made weapons and is desperately trying to convert them to NATO-spec weapons. At the time of the accident nine years ago, the Ukrainian military and neo-Nazi militants were also using Buk missiles to fight the eastern separatists. Therefore, it is unnatural to immediately conclude which launched the "Buku" used to shoot down Flight MH17.
In October 2014, three months after the accident, Almaz Antei, Russia's largest arms company, held a press conference to have its production staff explain the incident. According to it, the debris hit by the Malaysian aircraft was cube-shaped, not bow-shaped. The last time this type of obsolete 9M38 missile was manufactured was in 1986 during the Soviet era . The military retired this type of missile in 2011.
Based on the angle of damage to Flight MH17, "Buk" builders said the most likely location of the missile launch was south of the village of Zeroshtsenska, which was Ukrainian military-controlled territory in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine. proved to be a region. Buku's builders refuted earlier US and British reports that the missiles were launched from pro-Russian militant-controlled Sisnay, near Torez, where Flight MH17 crashed. "If the missile had been fired from Seaznay, it would not have damaged the left side of the Boeing aircraft. Not a single piece of debris would have hit the aircraft's left wing or engine," Almaz said. The experts at Antei refused.
In other words, the obsolete 9M38-type "Buk" missiles retired by the Russian military were only used by the Ukrainian side at the time. And the US and British side's reports of the shot down plane being hit were denied by the experts who produced the "Buku" missile. No Russian expert was invited as a witness before the Dutch court. The trial is being conducted exclusively by the West, excluding not only the accused but also the Russian side.
This trial does not have an adversarial structure involving cross-examination , and cannot be called an original trial. Despite knowing this, the Western media reports the judgment of the Dutch court as if it were valid. This cannot be called news.
"I will not listen to Russia's counterarguments, but all the responsibility lies with Russia." This is the consistent stance of the US, UK and Dutch governments.
■ British ``Destruction of evidence?''
As mentioned above, the Malaysian aircraft was launched over Ukrainian military-controlled areas in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine. The black box was found in the wreckage and kept by pro-Russian forces in Donetsk. At the recommendation of former Prime Minister Mahathir, the then Malaysian Najib administration dispatched a survey team to Ukraine. In response, the US and UK governments strongly warned, "Don't enter the danger zone" and "Stop." The Malaysian government investigative team resolutely ignored the threats of the United States and Britain and headed for eastern Ukraine.
The pro-Russian forces in Donetsk handed over the voice and flight records that had been kept to Malaysia's independent investigative team. When the Malaysian investigative team brought the black box to the Accident Investigation Commission in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the British government forcibly took it back to the UK, saying that the black box data would be analyzed in London. Information has remained sealed ever since.
It was not just Russian media such as RT (Russia Today) that reported this. The New Straits Times , a leading newspaper in Malaysia, has consistently monitored and criticized the political-sounding behavior of the United States, Britain, and the Netherlands since July 2014, when the incident occurred. For more than three years, he set up a special column to denounce the unreasonableness of shooting down Flight MH17.
■ Sanctions on Russia and Malaysia?
In 2014, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) was hit by a series of disasters unprecedented in aviation history. On March 8th and July 17th, 2014, two state-of-the-art Boeing 777-200ER planes crashed in quick succession, killing a total of 528 people.
In the early hours of March 8, the same year, MH370 suddenly cut off communications, flew in the opposite direction of its planned route, and disappeared. Flight MH17 in July was also shot down as a result of deviating from the planned flight route and changing its flight route over the combat zone after cutting off communications . The same aircraft of the world's top-ranked airline, which boasted its proven safety record, caused a series of inexplicably serious troubles in such a short period of time.
Everyone who had more or less interest in the disappearance case must have tilted their heads when they heard the news of the downing incident, "Why is it a Malaysia Airlines plane again?" Officials from commercial airlines unanimously commented, "It's impossible for a series of major troubles that could be said to be the first in aviation history to occur in such a short period of time.
Surprisingly, there has not been much discussion or reporting on the connection between the two incidents, asking the question, "What was the background to the fact that both planes were Malaysian planes?" As time went on, it became more difficult to get an accurate picture of what was happening. In fact, both cases have virtually gone into a labyrinth.
(Pictured) President Putin at the 2003 Summit of Non-Aligned Nations in Malaysia. Right: Prime Minister Mahathir (at that time)
Entering the 21st century, China and Russia, two giant emerging powers, began to work together to challenge the change in the world order led by the United States and Europe, and a new Cold War began. On the other hand, since the end of the Cold War in the 1990s, Malaysia has played a leading role in the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and the Organization of the Conference of Islamic Nations (OIC), ahead of China-Russia movements. He boldly continued to raise objections to geopolitical rule. It also deepened cooperation with Putin-led Russia. There is no question that Washington has long viewed Malaysia, the third world powerhouse, as a ``hump above the eye'' and sought opportunities to slap it.
In July 2014, a Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine, a battlefield between pro- Russian forces and Ukrainian forces, killing 298 people on board. In June 2019, a joint investigative team led by the Netherlands, which had the highest number of casualties, indicted four people, including a former Russian colonel, for murder for deploying missiles. A Dutch court sentenced three of them to life imprisonment in absentia in November 2022.
Following news of the 2019 indictment of a former Russian soldier, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir denounced the joint investigative team 's conclusions as "absurd" and said, "From the outset, this case has been a political issue of how to blame Russia. became,” he denounces the West.
Washington sanctioned Malaysia along with Russia . This suspicion only grows.