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No. 118353 ID: 41441c
>The Netherlands told Moscow on Friday it will hold the Russian state legally responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in July 2014, after investigators concluded that a Russian army missile system was used in the attack.

>MH17 was shot down over territory held by pro-Russian separatist forces in eastern Ukraine as it flew from Amsterdam en route to Kuala Lumpur, killing all 298 people onboard, roughly two-thirds of them Dutch.

>A team of international investigators said on Thursday that the “Buk” missile system used to bring down the passenger plane came from the 53rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade, based in the western Russian city of Kursk.

>“It is the first time the finger points to one specific country,” Prime Minister Mark Rutte told reporters after an emergency cabinet meeting. “We are holding Russia responsible for their role in the deployment of the Buk rocket system.”

>The diplomatic escalation comes at a time when relations between Western powers and Russia have reached their lowest point in decades.

>“Russia didn’t cooperate with the international legal requests in relation to the investigation,” Rutte said, referring to the probe carried out by prosecutors from Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, Ukraine and the Netherlands.

>The Netherlands and Australia informed Moscow that it expects Russia to now provide full assistance to the investigation, which is in the final stage of identifying perpetrators to be tried under Dutch law.

>U.S. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Washington supported the decisions by the Netherlands and Australia “to hold Russia to account.”

>“It is time for Russia to acknowledge its role in the shooting down of MH-17 and to cease its callous disinformation campaign,” she said.
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>> No. 118356 ID: 278cbe
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>“Russia didn’t cooperate with the international legal requests in relation to the investigation,” Rutte said, referring to the probe carried out by prosecutors from Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, Ukraine and the Netherlands.

Of course it could not cooperate, you imbeciles, Russia was not allowed to take part in your "independent" investigation and it's legal requests were ignored altogether.

>investigation suggests Russia military would send the military units across the border without even painting over the designation markings
>investigation completely ignores the presence of Ukrainian armed forces with active AA units at the area
>investigation doesn't use witnesses and evidence, but instead social media and digitally recorded material
Welcome to the 21st century, where reality is not just denied, but actually made irrelevant.

That actually reminds me of something a bit more recent.


>Russian ultras firms are feared to be targeting English football fans ahead of the World Cup next month in Russia.

>Kiev has a population of around 13% Russian and has its own firms – such as the Trouble Company, from CSKA kiev, and the White Boys Club, who follow Dynamo.


>Images taken by the Daily Mirror show suspects wearing black t-shirts emblazoned with Russian words.

>And locals confirmed that, in the video obtained by the Daily Mirror, police officers spoke to one suspect in Russian rather than Ukrainian.

It probably doesn't matter for Britain that Ukraine is completely overtaken by ultra-nationalistic government (they are supporting it anyway), Nazi-glorifying movements and armed gangs of moral degenerates. What is important is to blame everything on Russia.
>> No. 118357 ID: 278cbe
  Obviously, Ukrainians just want to protect poor Europe from hordes of threatening Russians and People Of Wrong Colour. This is but a gesture of friendly cooperation and mutual understanding, not an attempt of violent coup, invasion, genocide and warmongering. The New Britain will gladly support them at every opportunity.

>> No. 118359 ID: 0ea03f
ah yes and there's slavic thunder, here to tell us that we should ignore the Russian government shooting down a civilian airliner because, the real story is that get this, soccer fans

soccer fans

are racists.

and we should also ignore that pure and innocent Russia is the primary financial and political supporter of these nazi groups. perhaps you should change your name to SSlavic Sturm R.O.N.A.? :)
>> No. 118360 ID: 278cbe
It would be better if you could improve your posts to be more human-readable.

>soccer fans are racists
It is called football out there. And the fans probably would like to have a word with you after these statements.

>Russia is the primary financial and political supporter of these nazi groups
No, that would be US and IMF.


>Ukraine’s current IMF programme is due to finish next year. The country has so far received $8.4 billion of what was originally supposed to be $17.5 billion of aid.


>President Donald Trump began the process to clear sales of more lethal aid in December, though it was commonly characterized as “defensive lethal aid.” Javelin anti-tank missiles were cleared for sale to Ukraine in March by the U.S. State Department for an estimated cost of $47 million, which includes 210 missiles and 37 launchers.

>defensive lethal

After all, it is perfectly normal for today's "good" guys to fun and support: extremists, terrorists, corruption, kidnapping, genocide, drug trade, slave trade, illegal transplantation, human experiments, epidemics, as well as every iteration of war, invasion and destruction, including information, trade, nuclear, chemical and biological warfare. The good guys are good and therefore are above the laws and morals.


>Low levels of coverage are the result not only of parents’ choice but of limited availability of vaccines over the past seven years. In addition, the myths about vaccination as being potentially harmful, and the lack of consultation among parents and health workers, meant that Ukraine’s coverage against measles dramatically dropped from 97 percent in 2007 to 42 percent in 2016.

On the bright side, after all brand new health laws in Ukraine, it won't be too long for the Ukrainians to go extinct, thus solving the problem they represent to everybody around.
>> No. 118361 ID: 2be18d
And yet the actual fact of the matter is still that the Russian government murdered 298 civilians and has spent a huge amount of time and effort trying to cover up and distract from their war crimes.
>> No. 118362 ID: 278cbe
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Try out something new.
>> No. 118363 ID: 278cbe
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>but muh Russian buks
>but muh 323 muh 312 blub-lub-blub

Here's the funny thing about "investigation" - people are concentrated on the things that are present on the footage. On the other hand, they probably should have focused in the other things that aren't present - namely, the rest of the "convoy" aside from the truck itself. Or maybe about fully operational Ukrainian AA defence system deployed in the region.


>The air defense forces of Ukraine went into full combat readiness
July 12, 2014

>As you know, despite the promise of NSDCU Secretary Andrey Parubiya to destroy Russian helicopters at the Ukrainian border, Russian military helicopters continue to violate Ukraine's airspace

The investigation just leisurely forgot to include the statements about any "invasion" of Russian forces in Ukraine. They are unrelated and don't deserve to be mentioned, apparently.
>> No. 118364 ID: 8e68e7
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pot calling the kettle black indeed.

Do you ever experience cognitive dissidence, mr. war crimes denier?
>> No. 118366 ID: 6e9258
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>On order of a court in Ukraine's city of Kherson, Kirill Vyshinsky has been arrested for 60 days without bail on charges of “treason” and for supporting the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics in Ukraine’s southeast.

>Independent Polish journalist Stanislaw Remuszko said that freedom of speech is the backbone of democracy and the most important thing in life.

>”I have been working as a journalist for more than 40 years now and I believe that expressing one’s mind, even if it differs from that of the powers-that-be, is our sacred right. Saying only what the government wants to hear has nothing to do with free speech. If they arrested Kirill Vyshinsky only because he said things Ukrianian authorities don’t like, then he had every right to do so and is not to be punished, let alone arrested, for doing that,” Remuszko said.

The funny part though, you won't find any publications in the West about this treacherous breach of human rights. Because freedom of press is a concept of fiction.


>The decree, which Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed on May 14, prolongs measures taken last year against Russian media companies-- including Rossiya Segodnya (Russia Today), Sputnik, VGTRK, NTV, REN TV, TNT, OTR and others - that restricted or suspended their access to Ukrainian telecommunications networks. The decree also barred the outlets' journalists from entering Ukraine for the next three years and froze any assets that they had in the country.

If the freedom of speech, freedom of press and other freedoms can be throttled as it fits to interests of ruling class, they are not freedoms at all.


>"It's one thing to restrict access to texts advocating violence, but in general banning books because their authors have views deemed unacceptable to politicians in either Kiev or Moscow is deeply dangerous. Both sides need to de-escalate this 'culture war' as soon as possible."

>Russia also has a blacklist of banned books and other publications, called the Federal List of Extremist Materials. It runs to more than 1,000 banned titles, and is published on the Russian Justice Ministry website.

>It includes texts by jihadist groups and Jehovah's Witnesses, and Blowing Up Russia: The Return of the KGB, a book by ex-Russian intelligence agent Alexander Litvinenko, who died from radiation poisoning in London in 2006. UK authorities accuse Russian state agents of killing him.

Whatabaoutism is strong in this one. Unfortunately they forgot to mention that books and texts that promote terrorism, racism and extremist sectarianism aren't confirming with free speech anywhere else too.


>Serhiy Oliyinyk, head of the Ukrainian Committee for State TV and Radio Broadcasting’s licensing and distribution control department, told Radio Free Europe (RFE) that the ban was imposed because of a passage that details how 90 Jewish children were shot by Ukrainian militia “to save the feelings of the Sonderkommando”, the work units made up of the Nazis’ death camp prisoners.

Somebody did hurt poor Nazi apologist's feelings? BAN EVERYTHING!!!
>> No. 118367 ID: ef2885
>look mommy i posted it again!
>> No. 119431 ID: 691eea
Resistance becomes a duty when you live in a police state.

Why is Assange in jail, but Clinton isn't?

Why did Snowden throw away his life to warn Americans about the dangers of tyranny?

How can officials and the Gestapo take an oath to defend the Constitution and then violate it everyday? Is a paycheck more important than freedom?
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