Cui bono?:The answer to that question is: not Russia or the Ukrainian separatists.

Saturday, July 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Frank Brady
Friday, July 18, 2014

President Obama described the shoot down of Malaysian Flight 17 as an “outrage of unspeakable proportion”. The President’s characterization is correct. The murder of 298 innocent people is a terrible crime and its perpetrators must be punished. The first question that should be explored by investigators is “Cui bono? (who benefits)? The answer to that question is: not Russia or the Ukrainian separatists.

This tragedy has all the earmarks of a False Flag operation. The Ukrainian regime owes its very existence to the U.S. instigated violent overthrow of the country’s duly elected president. It stands to benefit if Russia and Vladimir Putin can be successfully blamed. However the Ukrainian military not only possesses missiles of the type used to shoot down Flight 17, it is trained in their use. Moreover, there is no evidence that the Russian separatists have ever possessed weapons with the ability to reach Flight 17’s altitude.

I don’t pretend to know who launched the missile that shot down the Malaysian airliner. There is, however, absolutely no doubt as to who bears ultimate responsibility for initiating the civil war in the Ukraine without which this catastrophe would never have occurred. That responsibility lies squarely with the government of the United States because it planned, organized, equipped and advised the forces that violently overthrew the legitimate government of the Ukraine some five months ago.

Nor is the Ukrainian government the only beneficiary. The twin crises of the Flight 17 shoot down and the simultaneous Israeli invasion of the Gaza Strip have blown the ongoing invasion across our southern borders off the front page to the considerable relief of the President and the bi-partisan Congressional supporters of amnesty.

In addition to exploring the “who benefits” question, criminal investigators always take the history of possible suspects into account. When a bank robbery is committed, protestations of innocence by potential suspects with a history of robbing banks are apt to be met with suspicion. For more than 30 years, lies, aggression, and death have accompanied neoconservatives wherever they have gone. Their history as empire-building serial killers places them and their client, the Ukrainian government, near the very top of the likely suspects list.

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