Ukraine’s Kolomosky was Aiming at the Plane with Putin When he Hit MH-17
From Alexandra Bruce
This clip is of a drunken Ukrainian Oligarch, Igor Kolomosky, who’s the Governor of Dnepropetrovsk State, being goaded into admitting that he was in charge of a rogue operation that attempted to hit “Plane Number One”, Russia’s equivalent of the U.S.’
Air Force One, to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin – but which, instead, “accidentally” ended up shooting down the commercial airliner MH-17, killing all 298 aboard, more than 200 of which were Dutch citizens.
Interviewer: And what about the Boeing?
Igor Kolomoysky: What do you mean?
Interviewer: Well, what was Poroshenko
Igor Kolomoysky: What? There is nothing
to wonder about. Apparently, it was an
accident. Nobody had any intent to take it
Interviewer: Well, I am sure it is the work
of your people.
Igor Kolomoysky: Oh, stop that! What are
you telling me? The shot was accidental – we
wanted to shoot down the Number One Plane
but hit another plane. It’s totally normal, not
that bad. Sorry about the Boeing, about the
people, however it’s a trifle. You know,
[unprintable]. When serious stuff [weapons]
gets into the hands of a novice, this kind of
[unprintable] rubbish is the result…So you
believe that we did that [unprintable]?
Intentionally, no, there was another [plane
This clip was was found on the blog of Dutch author, Joost Niemöller, who’s recently released the book, ‘MH-17: de Doofpotdeal’ translates to ‘MH-17: The Cover-Up Deal’, in which he takes the more “Russian” view of the events of that day than the official ruling put out by his own government last month, which was accompanied by an animation eerily reminiscent, in its intent to sell a story, to the one put out in 1996 by the CIA, to drive home
the spurious official explanation for the downing of TWA’s Flight 800.
The Dutch animation was also supposed to make up for the fact that the voice recordings from the (orange) “black boxes” were never publicly released because, according the Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte last November, “The benefits of disclosing information about the MH-17 investigation were outweighed by the risk of damage to the Dutch state’s relations to other states and world bodies.”
In his attempt to avoid saying anything, PM Rutte sure said a lot!
Similarly, US State Department Deputy Spokesperson, Marie Harf speaks volumes with her intensely smug prevarications over why the U.S. would not release its own intelligence and satellite data to counter the “misinformational” Russian satellite photos of a Ukrainian Air Force fighter jet firing on the commercial airliner. The U.S has yet to back up its accusations with anything other than social media posts and what it mendaciously calls “common sense.”
U.S accusations, accompanied by spurious “evidence” about Russia’s role in the downing of Flight MH-17 are the foundation of its economic sanctions against Russia – and of the U.S’ strong-arming of NATO countries, to follow suit with those sanctions – at their own peril, as Europe formerly obtained most of its hydrocarbons (petroleum and gas) from Russia before these sanctions were put into place. They’ve since watched the euro tank, more than 25% against the U.S dollar. This and the War in Syria have precipitated a war against the dollar on the part of Russia and its trading partners, including China and Iran.
Then, we have those pesky rumours about a Ukrainian Air Force pilot, Captain Vladislav Voloshin , who’s been identified by an alleged former employee at the Dnepropetrovsk Air Force Base as the pilot who mistakenly shot down the commercial airliner. The witness, being heralded in Russia as “Ukraine’s Snowden” has apparently passed a lie detector test.
If this Kolomoysky clip doesn’t clinch the deal, as far as getting the truth out, I don’t know what will. Actually, it’s more than likely that the truth will never become official, as the New York Federal Reserve Bank agreed to repatriate $5 billion worth of gold to the Netherlands government (the entirety of that nation’s holdings in the U.S), possibly in
exchange for their complicity with the US’
I guess that’s the price of 200 Dutch lives.