Muistattehan, että kapinallisilla ei ensin pitänyt olla BUKeja lainkaan. Taisi sittenkin olla:
Previously, the main “Buk impact” scenario was a launch from a
rebel-held Snezhnoe, and damage was explained like so, seemingly
corroborated by a large hole in the left side of the pilot’s cabin:
– However, there were serious problems with that version.
First off, no one in Snezhnoe seen or heard the launch. Many locals readily admit seeing a rebel Buk, which is visible from maybe a hundred yards in tight city streets, but not a single person has heard or seen the launch, which should be visible and audible for many miles around:
The rest basically describes why they think it’s BukM1, which sensible people didn’t doubt much (yes, it is technically possible a government fighter like Mig-29 shot down MH17 with a long-range air-to-air missile, but it’s a rather far-fetched scenario).
Ehkä kapinalliset sittenkin tekivät sen, mutta se oli kuitenkin Kiovan ja länsimaiden syytä:
In that case, we can remember that many locals claim they saw a
government ground attack plane at the time of MH17 shootdown; while it’s
unlikely a SU25 plane could shoot down MH17, someone trying to target
it could target MH17 instead. Even if the targeting was correct, if
government Buks were training and painting MH17, the missile would very
likely pick the larger target.
– So, who’s to blame for the deaths? In all scenarios except False
Flag, it’s the war itself, really. It’s not so crucial who was targeting
what and who ended up pressing the button; more important is why was a
civilian airliner sent though an area of heavy air-to-ground combat in
the first place, one that clearly had multiple heavy anti-aircraft
systems in the hands of inexperienced UAF conscripts and rebels (both
sides announced they’re deploying Buk air defense systems to the area
shortly before the tragedy).
And, once we start digging deeper and deeper into the issue, we’ll inevitably come back to the root causes of the war:
– Certain parties misguided belief that an elected government can be
overthrown without consequence, and a hostile takeover of the sort that
resulted in civil war in Georgia, Moldova, Kosovo, Cyprus, Texas, etc.
would somehow be met without protest by the “pro-Russian” half of
– Their opponents misguided belief that the West would not support a government waging an depopulation campaign (yes, forcing a million people to flee the cities to Russia by deliberately shelling power and water stations is depopulation), that Russia will officially intervene on their behalf, or that fighting spirit and some smuggled weapons can beat a real army funded by IMF loans (well, that last one worked – for now – but the rebels have a far harder time replacing their losses).But I digress, “who’s to blame for the war” is a topic for a separate discussion. Thank you for your time