Thursday, July 24, 2014

U.S. against the Russians in Ukraine is about Money.

Soldiers leaders: Ukraine has provoked firing of MH17 by rebels

A rebel leader from the eastern Ukraine claims that a rebel group had been in possession of a Buk missile system. The Kiev government knew this and deliberately launched an air attack to provoke the shooting down of a civilian machine. The presentation could be extremely dangerous for the government in Kiev and for Americans.
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U.S. President Barack Obama offers condolences to the Dutch deputy ambassador at the embassy in Washington. The President seemed unusually pale and distraught. (Photo: Reuters)
U.S. President Barack Obama offers condolences to the Dutch deputy ambassador at the embassy in Washington. The President seemed unusually pale and distraught. (Photo: Reuters)
The rebels in eastern Ukraine are not an exclusive task force. Numerous warlords fighting each other. Who is responsible for what action is often difficult to see through. (Photo: Reuters)
The rebels in eastern Ukraine are not an exclusive task force. Numerous warlords fighting each other. Who is responsible for what action is often difficult to see through. (Photo: Reuters)
The head of the Vostok battalion, a comprehensive about 1,000 men rebel group from the Eastern Ukraine, has said in an interview: A rebel group of his adversary Strelkov've owned a BUK system The group had the device, however, sent back to Russia to the. to conceal the existence of the system, so Alexander Chodakowski.
However, blame for the shooting was not his nemesis Strelkov, but the government in Kiev: You knew that the rebels own the system and have specifically launched an air attack, as the machine MH17 flew over the region in order to provoke a shooting. The government in Ukraine have consciously accepted that the rebels shoot down a civilian plane. Only a few minutes before flight MH17 flew a machine of Air India by the same air corridor.
The interview brings a remarkable aspect in the debate, which sheds new light on the events. Although Alexander Chodakowski is not a particularly credible witness, his performance has yet a certain plausibility: For in the proxy war of the U.S. against the Russians in Ukraine is about much.
The U.S. intelligence agencies that cooperate in Kiev closely with the Ukrainian secret service and even do extensive office space in the main building of the Ukrainian secret service (SBU) have moved into the Wolodymyrska Street in Kiev, could, it seems, have lost control of the situation - so this accident could have arisen whether the CIA from the machinations of the SBU decision knew or not, is the hour unclear..
The CIA representative in Washington should in any case have been shocked when they saw the first and until now unpublished satellite images ( more here ). The publication of a cheap photo montage on CNN ( more here ) is evaluated in the intelligence community as a panic reaction. A little later, the CIA went on the offensive, saying members of the press that it had no evidence of the involvement of Putin ( more here ). Observers point out that U.S. did President Barack Obama unusually dejected during his condolence visit to the Dutch embassy and worked almost distraught. The President was aged, said a U.S. journalist from Washington, the German economic news. Should the U.S. services have actually played a role in the firing of MH17 - if only the fact that the CIA has the SBU not prevented from provocation - then the American-European relations would be massively shaken.
However, it is not clear how far one can really believe the portrayal of Alexander Chodakowski. (Update 07.24.2014, 11:30: How are the questionable testimony of the witness, is an analysis of Reuters interviews with Heise Chodakowski now has his statements about. Russian media denied.)
Because obviously the rebels are divided and fighting not only against the central government in Kiev, but also against each other as the German wave has well described. It is quite conceivable that Alexander Chodakowski suspects the opportunity to present his enemy Strelkov the Americans as guilty - to when he has vacated his rivals once out of the way, to be able to strengthen its lost influence among the rebels again.
The dispute among the rebel leaders, however, also shows how dangerous the war for Russia's President Vladimir Putin: He, too, as the Americans who slip away from things - and he can get into the position of having to take responsibility for things its prevention is not in his power.
The interview in the original version of the Reuters news agency:
An influential rebel commander in eastern Ukraine has admitted in an interview published on Wednesday interview with Reuters that the separatists has BUK-air missiles. With such a missile was probably shot down by U.S. information by separatists, the Malaysian passenger plane with 298 people on board a week ago. Alexander Chodakowski, the commander of the Vostok battalion, said the BUK system originated possibly from Russia. It could be that it was eary to disguise the fact that the pro-Russian rebels would have enjoyed it. Chodakowski is a former head of the anti-terrorist unit "Alpha" of the Security Service in Donetsk. Between him and other rebel commanders such as from Moscow originating Igor Girkin, also called Strelkov, who has declared himself commander of all rebel forces in the province Donetsk, it has come in the past frictions.
"I know that a BUK system has come from Luhansk" Chodakowski told Reuters on Tuesday. They had informed him that this missile defense system be put under the flag of the People's Republic of Luhansk. This is the largest rebel group operating in the region around the city of Luhansk province Donetsk. In the region in eastern Ukraine MH17 flight had crashed.
Before the crash rebels had boasted they had BUK missile systems. But since then, the People's Republic of Donetsk, the main separatist group in eastern Ukraine, the possession of such weapons has denied. Chodakowski now admitted for the first time after a crash that rebels possessed BUK missiles.
"I know of this BUK system," said the rebel commander. "I've heard of it. I think they have sent it back. For I know the exact moment of it, as this tragedy has happened. You have probably sent back to eliminate the evidence of his existence. "
The Ukrainian leadership in Kiev Chodakowski had a responsibility to the plane crash to. You have time know that the separatists possessed such a missile technology, he said. The Kiev government had "not only done nothing to ensure safety, but it has provoked the use of such a weapon type against a plane with civilians on board." Because they've just launched an airstrike in the moment when the civilian aircraft had flown over the area.
"They knew that this BUK system existed, that it was on the way to Sneschnoje" Chodakowski said, referring to a ten-miles west of the crash site situated village. "You knew it was going to be stationed there, and they provoked the use of this BUK system by they began an air attack on a target, they did not need."

UPDATE 7-25-2014

Ukrainian Air Defense Exercises Might be Behind Malaysian Aircraft Crash – Source

Topic: Malaysia Airlines Boeing Crashes in Ukraine

Malaysia Airlines Boing's crash site
11:12 25/07/2014
Tags: plane crash, MH17, Malaysia Airlines, Ukraine
MOSCOW, July 25 (RIA Novosti) – A system mix up during a Ukrainian air defense units’ rocket launch exercise could be the cause of the Malaysia Airlines crash in southeast Ukraine, a source from one of the Ukrainian defense departments told RIA Novosti.
“On July 17 the commanding officer of 156th Anti-Aircraft Regiment was instructed to conduct a training exercise of ground troops stationed near Donetsk, which involved deploying the troops, and carrying out a routine tracking and destroying of targets with the Buk-M1 missile,” the source said.
The source added that the actual launch of the rockets was not intended.
Two Sukhoi Su-25 combat aircraft on a reconnaissance mission participated in the exercise. It is likely at some point, the routes of the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 and a Su-25 jet overlapped. Despite flying at different levels, they became a single dot on the radar of the missile system. Of the two, the system automatically chose a larger target.
The reasons for the actual missile launch taking place remain unknown and are still under investigation, as practical exercises with the Buk missiles has been prohibited since 2001, when a Russian Tu-154 passenger airplane en route from Novosibirsk to Tel Aviv was shot down by the Ukrainian military.
At the moment, an international team of 24 experts is investigating the plane crash. The B777-200 aircraft had a clean maintenance record and was last checked on July 11 at Malaysia Airlines’ hangar at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed on July 17 near the city of Donetsk in Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. Kiev placed the blame on the independence supporters in eastern Ukraine for shooting the plane down, but the latter insisted they did not have the means to shoot down an aircraft flying at 32,000 feet.

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