The Voice of the White House
Washington, D.C. August 13, 2014: “The Internet is filled to overflowing with news, national and international.
In putting a newsletter together, we read a number of reliable sites, paying no attention to the sensationalistic and generally worthless blogs.
We read Russian sites like Russia Today, Novosti, ITAR/Tass and several others and from these, we get the Russian point of view.
The New York Times, the Washington Post gives us the official American point of view.
All informational sites, be it RT or the Guardian have their own views but in reading them daily, it is fairly easy to winnow the wheat from the chaff at get at what could possibly be the truth.
For example, there is no question that the Malaysian civil aircraft, and an Air India plane behind it, were diverted by Kiev aircraft controllers away from the usual civil air corridor and moved 200 miles to the north.
This path would place them directly over the area where the separatists were waging civil war against Kiev.
Neutral ground observers saw the plane explode but saw no signs of a trall left by a surface to air missile.
Later, when various investigative groups sought to inspect the wreckage, the separatists, and Russia, agreed.
Once these observers arrived at the scene, the Ukrainian military began to shell them.
This happened twice and is an excellent reason to suspect the direct involvement of the Kiev people in the destruction of the aircraft.
Some of the wreckage showed signs, very clear signs, of bullet holes punched in from the outside.
Ground to air missiles do not fire bullets.
Since Kiev is now an American ally, we hear nothing from Washington on this side of the issue and neither is the domestic media at all interested in condeming our reliable and freedom-loving CIA asset in easten Europe.” Continue Reading »