Sunday, July 20, 2014

That airliner shot down in Ukraine

Many years ago, I was sitting up late one night watching C-Span in a motel room on the coast. Joseph Heller and Kurt Vonnegut were being interviewed on stage. And Heller said that, whenever there's a disagreement between the U.S. government and a foreign government over some matter of fact, the United States government is lying.

And, yeah, it's true. I can't think of an instance where this hasn't been the case.

Keep it in mind when you look at the business over the Ukraine. I don't know what the truth is. But I wouldn't take the word of Obama or the puppet government in Ukraine.

Seymour Hersch has already exposed Obama's lies about the chemical weapon attack in Syria. Obama instantly declared that it the Syrian government that did it, but the CIA and U.S. military intelligence determined it was carried out by the "rebels" as a false flag attack to get the U.S. to start bombing.

Now the same thing has happened. Obama instantly announced that the rebels in Eastern Ukrainians were responsible.

The Malaysian airliner deviated from its course so it went over territory controlled by rebels. And Ukrainian air traffic controllers ordered the airliner to fly at a lower altitude. The Malaysians have demanded an explanation for this, the Ukrainians haven't answered.

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