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(CNN)   Ukraine: Separatists didn't take anti-aircraft equipment from OUR military *cough cough* *hint hint*   (cnn.com) divider line 57
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2014-07-18 12:02:07 PM  
4 votes:
Ukraine: "We're not sure who PUT IN that missile launcher, and we don't want to RUSH IN to pass judgment, and hope that no one will MASK HOW it happened."
2014-07-18 12:40:00 PM  
3 votes:

Grahor: shower_in_my_socks: It's a taped confession.

There are 3 separate tapes there. First one: the person recorded says that some "Miner's group" claims that they (Miner's group) shot down the plane, so the person recorded is going to investigate.

Second tape: another recorded person, not from the first tape, says that Chernukhino's cossacks claim that they (Chernukhino's cossacks) shot down the plane and is investigating.

I don't think that any of those obscure groups (especially not cossacks) would be in possession of the single Buk separatists supposedly had (likely actually had, by the way).

Separatists lie and boasts a lot. They could simply notice falling plane and try to take credit; "strategy" that backfired when it turned out it's a passenger liner.

I'm actually think that it was separatists who shoot the plane, because of that video showing the Buk being moved, but those confessions are not confessions at all. They are repeats of rumors and hearsay at best.


And Ukraine has absolutely NO reason to fire at any aircraft at this point.  The seperatists have none and there is no way that Ukraine is firing on a Russian aircraft even after having one of theirs reportedly shot down by a fighter the other day.
2014-07-18 12:31:00 PM  
3 votes:
I loved the way that Putin channeled the Tea Party and the GOP and blamed Ukraine for this saying this wouldn't have happened if there had been peace on that land or if there weren't any military operations by the Ukrainian government. You mean the peace that you destroyed and the military operations you forced the Ukrainian government into by sending troops into Ukraine and starting an uprising? Just like a GOP'er.
2014-07-18 12:23:34 PM  
3 votes:

iheartscotch: shower_in_my_socks: iheartscotch: Does this sound like a frame job to anybody else? It wouldn't be the first time the CIA shot down a passenger jet.

If the recorded conversations between rebels talking about the fact that they just shot the plane down are real, then no.

Random sound clips of guys speaking in foreign languages, or were they talking in English, or were there subs?

/ that's a big If you've got there


Here is the audio in question, with subtitles. I admit taking a grain of salt as to the accuracy of the recording considering what clear and damning evidence it is, but the "Ukraine and her Western allies orchestrated the framing of the innocent rebels and then shot the plane down" thing is laughable.
2014-07-18 12:20:08 PM  
3 votes:

mschwenk: Not really. Its absolutely no proof whatsoever.


It's a taped confession. You can't do much better than that. They still need to be absolutely clear that it wasn't faked, OF COURSE, but to claim that it's "no proof whatsoever" when you combine it with the other facts -- the plane was shot down over rebel territory, we have photographic evidence and a public admission from the rebels that they had Buk launchters, eye-witnesses in the area saw the missile launch, etc., etc., etc. -- to say that it's "absolutely no proof whatsoever" is retarded.
2014-07-18 12:18:52 PM  
3 votes:

kagemaru026: well then where did they get it? the SAM fairy?


What the SAM Fairy may look like:

upload.wikimedia.org

Captain Steroid: 80 of the passengers were kids...

[i1182.photobucket.com image 210x199]


And they might have set HIV research back a decade. 100 of the passengers were HIV experts and researchers going to an international HIV conference.
2014-07-18 12:09:12 PM  
3 votes:

iheartscotch: Does this sound like a frame job to anybody else? It wouldn't be the first time the CIA shot down a passenger jet.


Oh please STFU.
Xai
2014-07-18 11:53:46 AM  
3 votes:
Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down
2014-07-18 02:20:28 PM  
2 votes:

shower_in_my_socks: For what it's worth, the Ukrainians claim to have identified one of the guys on that audio recording of rebels taking credit for the shoot-down. Per Gawker:

Ukraine says that voice belongs to Nikolai Ivanovich Kozitsyn, for decades the leader and public face of the Don Cossacks, who in recent months has become notorious in the international community for stoking the fires of pro-Russian nationalism and coordinating dirty tricks in the conflict there.


Shooting down a civilian airliner. That's one hell of a "dirty trick".
2014-07-18 02:18:10 PM  
2 votes:
For what it's worth, the Ukrainians claim to have identified one of the guys on that audio recording of rebels taking credit for the shoot-down. Per Gawker:

Ukraine says that voice belongs to Nikolai Ivanovich Kozitsyn, for decades the leader and public face of the Don Cossacks, who in recent months has become notorious in the international community for stoking the fires of pro-Russian nationalism and coordinating dirty tricks in the conflict there.
2014-07-18 12:49:59 PM  
2 votes:

dywed88: Wow, people really should have headline writers at least read the first sentance of the article.

There is a difference between "Russia" and "pro-Russian separatists".

And "we cannot rule out Russian assistance" is not the same as saying "we believe Russia shot the plane down".


Most of the "pro-Russian" separatists are Russians.  As in they've lived in Russia all their lives and are only fighting as separatists under recruitment, training, paying, orders and supplied by Russia.

That makes this a Russia issue.
2014-07-18 12:38:03 PM  
2 votes:

Geoff Peterson: well like the alleged phone call says...WTF were they doing flying over that area in the first place? Seems like colossally bad judgement to me.


There was a no-fly zone and they were outside of it. Along with lots of other traffic.

You can certainly make a case for avoiding the area, but in general an airliner at 33,000 feet is perfectly safe from just about everything, unless the national government of a fairly advanced country decides to shoot it down - as you need some serious kit to reach a target like that.

In this case it seems like the Russians turned over a big-boy-weapon to the control of a bunch of farking idiots. I'm not going to blame Malaysian airlines for that.
2014-07-18 12:16:39 PM  
2 votes:

iheartscotch: Well, we all know if I had any actual proof; hold on, there's someone at the door....

/ I'm not saying that it was the CIA; I'm just saying that I am reserving judgment for a later date


Yes. You're very "concerned." Because it's so likely that the CIA got a giant Buk launching truck into a war zone right in Russia's backyard, pretended to be rebels, shot down an airliner, faked rebel phone transmissions, and then GTFO without anyone noticing. Certainly, we must reserve judgment until we are absolutely sure that ridiculous scenario didn't play out.
2014-07-18 12:15:49 PM  
2 votes:

Xai: Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down


I've been loving the quickly growing crop of conspiracy theories that Ukraine did this. The two main ones:

1) Standard conspiracy fan response that the EXIF data on the phone call says the recording was made before the plane was shot down, so it was a fabricated ahead of time so Ukraine could shoot down the plane and blame the rebels.

2) The pro-rebel faction is quickly getting behind the idea that it could have been Putin's plane targeted and as such are going into "this was an assassination attempt and act of war by Ukraine; Russia must invade in response."
2014-07-18 12:12:53 PM  
2 votes:

kagemaru026: well then where did they get it? the SAM fairy?


Yep, from the SAM fairy. The SAM fairy named Putin.
2014-07-18 12:12:02 PM  
2 votes:

HaywoodJablonski: iheartscotch: Does this sound like a frame job to anybody else? It wouldn't be the first time the CIA shot down a passenger jet.

Oh please STFU.


It also wouldn't be the first time the Russians shot down a passenger jet, either.
2014-07-18 12:05:44 PM  
2 votes:
Waiting for this headline:

Russian-backed and supplied terrorists in Ukraine shoot down civilian airliner.  The only question is how drunk was the person who pushed the button
2014-07-18 11:51:43 AM  
2 votes:

vudukungfu: Hey. Don't fly over conflict zones.
Russia/Ukraine, Palestine/Israel, TX-AZ/Mexico border.
Just don't
Get direct TV and stay home.


When you have cable, you are paying too much.
When you're paying too much, you cancel cable.
When you cancel cable, you have lots of free time.
When you have lots of free time, you get bored and decide to travel.
When you travel, your plane gets shot down by rebels over Ukraine.
Don't let your plane get shot down by rebels over Ukraine.  Get DirecTV.
2014-07-18 11:50:40 AM  
2 votes:

vudukungfu: Hey. Don't fly over conflict zones.
Russia/Ukraine, Palestine/Israel, TX-AZ/Mexico border.
Just don't
Get direct TV and stay home.


Yes of course, stay home and don't have a life so we can do whatever we want out here.  Everything's fine as long as everyone's in their box.
2014-07-18 08:52:19 PM  
1 votes:

ongbok: hardinparamedic: ongbok: It is truly a shame that so many people who were working towards making the world a better place died so senselessly because Putin had to show the world how powerful he is, but lets not got an exaggerate and say that this is going to set AIDS research back 10 years. Lets be realistic here.

Some of the representatives of the research agencies and colleges these men represented are going so far as to say the future cure of HIV was on that flight.

The data might be there, but the men of vision who were driving the breakthroughs based on that data are now dead and gone.

You don't think they passed on this knowledge or vision to other capable researchers? Or do you think that they were the 100 and only kept this knowledge and vision amongst themselves, and know it is lost for ever?


It's not just a matter of having their research and notes, the visionaries tht made those breakthroughs are gone. If Einstein handled before perfecting his theory of relativity, do you think any research assistant would have been able to pick up his notes and make that breakthrough? Face it, some people just have an insight into things that no one else seems to possess, I don't know here it comes from or how they do it, but true geniuses have this way of looking at the same thing as all of their colleagues and seeing something no one else saw. And from what these researchers colleagues are saying now, it's looking like we lost some of those people.
2014-07-18 08:09:21 PM  
1 votes:

Inchoate: Satanic_Hamster: Well well well.

If our favorite fan of Putin's penis hasn't shown up.

I think that guy has been pretty measured in this thread. Where are you getting the Putin-fan assumptions from?


I dunno, ever farking thread he's ever posted in?

He's a pro-putin shrill account, that's all he posts in.
2014-07-18 04:06:42 PM  
1 votes:

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"Oh boy. We really screwed up this time".

2014-07-18 03:50:25 PM  
1 votes:

Tatterdemalian: Like I said before, Putin's game plan was apparently to sit on Crimea and wait for the revolution to fark things up. Only now it looks like Putin just farked things up, big time.


Huh? Things are farked up indeed, but it's not as if they are significantly worse for Putin than they were a week ago.

Tatterdemalian: If Obama's smart, he'll rally all of Europe behind this, threatening not just sanctions but "bin Laden raid" military action, and won't stop pushing until Crimea is off limits to Putin forever.


Huh? "bin Laden raid"? You mean, actually trying to put American boots on Russian ground? Putin will be orgasmic. Russia will turn into actual, real, full-blown brownshirt Faterland in a month. Those American civilians in Russia not being able to evacuate in time would have a real chance to have an all-included tour into internal Siberia.

If you mean "bin Laden raids into Ukraine", well, that would mean that current Ukrainian leadership won't survive next elections, unless they would want to establish a military dictatorship on America's bayonets - Kiev sure as hell doesn't have enough of its own. In other words, that'll tople pro-European government in Ukraine.

Also, it will completely untie the hands to Putin, who would put their own army into Donetsk to "protect it from American invasion".

Tatterdemalian: /bonus if he goes to extract Donetsk leaders but gets Snowden as well


It's not up to Obama to "get" Donetsk leaders, you know. :)

Anyway, why am I even answering a post such as this?
2014-07-18 03:35:15 PM  
1 votes:
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2014-07-18 03:24:34 PM  
1 votes:

LewDux: airsupport: I wish they would stop passing the Buk.

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The Buk stops here?
2014-07-18 03:14:07 PM  
1 votes:
Denis Pushilin, the self-proclaimed "Chairman" of the Donetsk "Supreme Council" of Ukranian separatists, has fled to Moscow and resigned his post.

www.abc.net.au

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/806703-denis-pushilin-ukraine-rebel- le ader-resigns-now-in-moscow/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


I wonder if he knows what's up.
2014-07-18 02:56:41 PM  
1 votes:
Giving those pro-Russian separatists those weapons would be about as smart as giving them to Cliven Bundy supporters. What could possibly go wrong?
2014-07-18 02:28:28 PM  
1 votes:

T-Servo: Xai: Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down

That list needs time stamps for the tweets, and the last line (implying Russia brought down BOTH Malaysian 777s to cover up Crimea) undercuts a lot of credibility.


Most of those events have been independently confirmed elsewhere but yea, trying to connect the loss of MH370 with this one is a boneheaded move.

What I want to see is more discussion about Russia shutting down the air traffic lanes, including the one connecting with this one, just across the border a few hours before MH17 was shot down. It's pretty obvious Russia was involved in some sort of Combat Air Patrol operations at that time if you look at the diversions of civilian air craft on a radar site like flightradar24.com
2014-07-18 01:46:30 PM  
1 votes:

ArkPanda: theorellior: It's been a terrible horrible no-good very bad summer for Pooty Poot,

Up until yesterday it was pretty good.  He got Crimea back for nothing.


Uh, yeah. Crimea. The place that can only be supplied by water, since Ukraine controls the only land access, and was a huge money pit even when the tourist industry was healthy. Meanwhile, sanctions are hurting the ruble and the oligarchs who run things in Russia. Pooty-Poot is just thrilled to have Crimea.
2014-07-18 01:38:05 PM  
1 votes:
It's been a terrible horrible no-good very bad summer for Pooty Poot,
2014-07-18 01:19:18 PM  
1 votes:
I'm not even remotely surprised about this.

I don't think it's something Putin wanted to happen. I think it was just some bad decisions by his planted "rebel" forces. It puts him in an even worse position concerning his actions in Ukraine.

It's going to be even more interesting to see how he handles this.
2014-07-18 01:16:02 PM  
1 votes:

steppenwolf: IT'S A CONSPIRACY!!!!!


Heh. Actually, he is just pointing out that Ukrainians are as likely to tailor facts for their narrative as Russians are (which is hardly a bloody surprise, both sides were born and grown up in the USSR, and don't see anything wrong with a little bit of propaganda for "noble goals").

But in this case Ukrainians are likely completely right, because it's the most reasonable explanation. Nevertheless, I would definitely like to hear what's on black boxes...
2014-07-18 01:14:07 PM  
1 votes:
Hopefully, the Archduke Ferdinand wasn't onboard.  :(
2014-07-18 01:03:54 PM  
1 votes:

ongbok: kagemaru026: well then where did they get it? the SAM fairy?

Yep, from the SAM fairy. The SAM fairy named Putin.


Well, he does like to ride around without a shirt with other dudes, so seems appropriate.
2014-07-18 12:57:35 PM  
1 votes:
The fastest investigation and wrap up in air-disaster history. And hot on the heels of the BRICS deal, no less! AND in conjuction with boots on the ground in Gaza. AAAAND the curious coincidence of it being another malasian flight.
Within an hour, the Ukrainian government broadcast its conclusion that eastern rebels shot down the plane. Also within hours, the US government made public its conclusion that the plane had been hit by a missile - will someone get a promotion for that speedy analysis? It sure beats examining the wreckage.
Also, within hours of the tragedy, Ukraine intercepts, isolates, analyses, translates and publishes an incriminating phone call. The NSA must be envious. They even had the names and photographs of the interlocutors. There was no need to keep this interception private as special evidence that needed to be checked. No, in this investigation the right thing to do was send it out on twitter at the earliest convenience.
Within hours, leaders from all over the world have made their conclusions as well - for they too don't need to wait for an examination of the wreckage, nor for the gathering of witness testimony, nor for the consideration of such minutiae as motive, means and opportunity.
2014-07-18 12:57:15 PM  
1 votes:
Just leaving it here... Link

June 29 - Terrorist groups in eastern Ukraine boast on social networks that they have in their possession Buk anti-missile systems, capable of hitting airborne targets at the altitude of 25 kilometers - higher than cruise altitude of commercial airlines. MH17, which was shot down on July 17, was flying at 10 kilometers. However, the Buks in possession of terrorists were broken and unusable, which had been admitted by their representatives.

July 14 - SBU taps a conversation that presents the first evidence that terrorist units have in their possession the anti-missile system Buk, which is capable of hitting targets at a significant altitude. But at the time there was no other confirmation of its location on the territory of Ukraine at the time. This is a conversation between "Oleg" Bugrov Oleg Yevgenievich, chief of headquarters of Lugansk People's Republic's Army, deputy defense minister of the Lugansk People's Republic, and "Oreon" - a citizen of Russian Federation, officer of Main Intelligence Department of the Main Headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

Oreon says: "We have a Buk now, f*ck it! We will shoot them down."

July 17, 1 a.m. SBU's counter-intelligence department receives information that Russian Federation passed a Buk, complete with a team, to the terrorist groups in Ukraine. It was transferred over the border close to the town of Sukhodolsk at 1 a.m.

July 17, 9:00 a.m. Buk was moved to Donetsk, and later to Pervomaisk. The information comes from another tapped conversation released by the SBU where two terrorists, identified as "Khmuryi" (Sergei Nikolayevich Petrovskiy, officer of Main Intelligence Department of the Main Headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation) and "Buryat" (an unidentified fighter of Donetsk People's Republic) discuss what to do with the missile launch system. Buryat says he brought one system, and it needs to be hidden. But Khmurui says it will traveling along with tanks of Vostok battalion, and directs the Buk to Pervomaisk.

July 18, 4:50 a.m. -- Interior Ministry's intelligence unit recorded a crawler tractor carrying a missile system moving towards the border of the Russian Federation. The video clearly shows missiles, but the middle one of three is missing.

"We're analyzing this and other collected information. We think this is the very Buk system which shot at the civilian plane flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur," Avakov said. He said that the terrorists were "trying to hide evidence of the terrible crime."

Link youtube
2014-07-18 12:54:56 PM  
1 votes:

cwheelie: Hey Snowden - we INTERCEPTED phone calls that show your friends are complicit in the deaths of 250 people. Karma's a beyotch. Coming home anytime soon?


lame
2014-07-18 12:47:12 PM  
1 votes:

danzak: And Ukraine has absolutely NO reason to fire at any aircraft at this point.


I one hundred percent agree with that. Even if Ukrainians were going to shoot a Russian aircraft, it wouldn't have happened with a plane on commercial heights flying from west to east.

No, if the aircraft was shot down (bloody likely) it was shot down by the rebels, and if rebels had the Buk, they've got either it or training to use it from Russia, because, in my reasoning, using the Buk demands training and the only ones who could provide it is Russia. Plus that video of the Buk moved.

*sigh* none of that matter much, though. Another terrible tragedy to add to mounting number of dead civilians, women and children in Eastern Ukraine. Nothing will change.
2014-07-18 12:42:55 PM  
1 votes:

dywed88: There is a hell of a lot of difference if the Russian army shot it down or so Ukranian separatists did.


Russian Army or Russian Seperatists, either way I'm willing to bet that the SA-17 crew that did this is now lying in a shallow grave in the woods of the Ukraine or Russia somewhere.

Dead men don't tell tales.
2014-07-18 12:42:01 PM  
1 votes:

iheartscotch: hardinparamedic: iheartscotch: I'm not saying that the CIA definitely did it. It could have been the GRU, dissident elements of the Russian government or little green men from Mars. The point is; we don't know really who done it at this point. It will probably end up being the Rebel Alliance; but, speculation at this point is, by definition, unfounded.

I'M JUST ASKING QUESTIONS. I'M THE ONLY ONE BRAVE ENOUGH LEFT TO DO SO. WAS IT GARGAMEL THAT SHOT DOWN MH-17? WAS IT PART OF THE SMURF GENOCIDE? OR WAS IT LORD XENU?

Do you, honestly, believe everything our government and our news sources tell us? They lie to us every single day. Every.Single.Day. Just look at the whole NSA thing.

/ I know I'm going to receive a lot of flack for saying that; at this point, I don't really care.


You mean the NSA story that every media outlet in the country has been whailing on about since the story broke?

Yeah, totally swept under the rug.
2014-07-18 12:39:58 PM  
1 votes:

Grungehamster: Here is the audio in question, with subtitles.


Subtitles are mostly correct, with just minor differences (for example, when in English the guy says something about "dropping spies"), what he says in Russian is more like "hell if I know, they were moving spies into the country or whatever, it's war, why the f..k be here at all".

I don't consider it a major confession, though, it's mostly a repeat of hearsay ("some group claimed they've shot the plane...")
2014-07-18 12:37:15 PM  
1 votes:
2014-07-18 12:34:52 PM  
1 votes:

vudukungfu: Hey. Don't fly over conflict zones.
Russia/Ukraine, Palestine/Israel, TX-AZ/Mexico border.
Just don't
Get direct TV and stay home.


half the plane was researchers going to an AIDS conference.  So in your perfect world, there would be no one devoting their lives to saving others?  How the fark is your TV going to be in your home, if no one leaves their home to make the TV, and no one leaves their home to deliver your TV, and no one leaves their home to make content for the TV, and no one leaves their home to build the electric generation for your TV, and no one leaves their home to build your home?
2014-07-18 12:30:14 PM  
1 votes:

iheartscotch: shower_in_my_socks: iheartscotch: Does this sound like a frame job to anybody else? It wouldn't be the first time the CIA shot down a passenger jet.

If the recorded conversations between rebels talking about the fact that they just shot the plane down are real, then no.

Random sound clips of guys speaking in foreign languages, or were they talking in English, or were there subs?

/ that's a big If you've got there


You assume, falsely of course, that there is nobody on here who speaks Russian.

This isn't a damn Downfall remix we're talking about.
2014-07-18 12:27:52 PM  
1 votes:

iheartscotch: shower_in_my_socks: iheartscotch: Well, we all know if I had any actual proof; hold on, there's someone at the door....

/ I'm not saying that it was the CIA; I'm just saying that I am reserving judgment for a later date

Yes. You're very "concerned." Because it's so likely that the CIA got a giant Buk launching truck into a war zone right in Russia's backyard, pretended to be rebels, shot down an airliner, faked rebel phone transmissions, and then GTFO without anyone noticing. Certainly, we must reserve judgment until we are absolutely sure that ridiculous scenario didn't play out.

I'm not saying that the CIA definitely did it. It could have been the GRU, dissident elements of the Russian government or little green men from Mars. The point is; we don't know really who done it at this point. It will probably end up being the Rebel Alliance; but, speculation at this point is, by definition, unfounded.


Exactly. It could even be a troll for all we know.
2014-07-18 12:27:20 PM  
1 votes:

dywed88: There is a difference between "Russia" and "pro-Russian separatists".



There is a difference, but it's basically the difference between "salaried employee" and "independent contractor on a year long gig".  They both serve the same master.
2014-07-18 12:24:03 PM  
1 votes:

HaywoodJablonski: Empty H: Xai: Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down

This is very informative. Thank you for posting.

Don't you get it? This website and all of the "data" within WERE PLANTED BY THE CIA! Because America wants and needs another costly war


Don't you get it?  The separatists are working for the CIA. The CIA wants the Ukraine to rejoin the Russians, so that the Great Leap Forward can come to the US, and when it does, Russia will be embiggened by their brethren in arms across the ocean, and then they can retake all of Europe, which is 95% Socialisms anyway. The Commies never lost power, they were just biding their time, and all this was a plot to lull True Americans into a false sense of security, and that gave them the time to infiltrate the CIA and the American government.

Study. It. Out. Mang.
2014-07-18 12:19:07 PM  
1 votes:

Empty H: Xai: Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down

This is very informative. Thank you for posting.


Don't you get it? This website and all of the "data" within WERE PLANTED BY THE CIA! Because America wants and needs another costly war
2014-07-18 12:17:05 PM  
1 votes:

Xai: Full timeline of events and admissions by separatists that they did it (until it became clear what they had shot down)

http://www.scoopnest.com/out/?url=http://t.co/pojN569i1c&id=48984871 24 50277376

Please copy, save and distribute files as it won't be long before they start trying to take things like this down


This is very informative. Thank you for posting.
2014-07-18 12:16:51 PM  
1 votes:
80 of the passengers were kids...

i1182.photobucket.com
2014-07-18 12:15:17 PM  
1 votes:

ecor1: HaywoodJablonski: iheartscotch: Does this sound like a frame job to anybody else? It wouldn't be the first time the CIA shot down a passenger jet.

Oh please STFU.

It also wouldn't be the first time the Russians shot down a passenger jet, either.


Or the Americans or the Japanese or the ....
2014-07-18 12:14:05 PM  
1 votes:
i'd like to take this moment to remind everyone that this is a main page article, so please keep the derp to a minimum.

/not pointing any elbows
2014-07-18 12:14:02 PM  
1 votes:
Hey Snowden - we INTERCEPTED phone calls that show your friends are complicit in the deaths of 250 people. Karma's a beyotch. Coming home anytime soon?
2014-07-18 12:10:48 PM  
1 votes:

CruJones: Isn't that the opposite of what they said yesterday?  They were talking about how they had a missile system taken


Not that I am aware of.

Got a reference to the Ukrainian authorities saying that?
2014-07-18 12:06:38 PM  
1 votes:

kagemaru026: well then where did they get it? the SAM fairy?


Walmart sells them now. They default to "shoot down Amazon Drones" but can be easily configured.
d23 [TotalFark]
2014-07-18 12:04:30 PM  
1 votes:
Poot is an old, outdated slang for Fart.

It sounds about right.
2014-07-18 09:49:31 AM  
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I am unsurprised.
 
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