#MH17 To lose one Malaysian Airlines plane could be bad luck. To lose two seems like carelessness… Or a false flag.

(Reuters) – A Malaysian passenger airliner with 295 people on board crashed in Ukraine near the Russian border on Thursday, the Interfax news agency cited an aviation industry source as saying.

The Boeing plane was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, it said. Reuters could not immediately confirm the report.

The Interfax report said the plane came down 50 km short of entering Russian airspace. It “began to drop, afterwards it was found burning on the ground on Ukrainian territory,” the unnamed source said.

The plane appeared to have come down in a region of military action where Ukrainian government forces are battling pro-Russian separatists.

A separate unnamed source in the Ukrainian security apparatus, quoted by Interfax, said the plane disappeared from radar at a height of 10,000 metres after which it came down near the town of Shakhtyorsk.

 

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There is so much wrong with this straight off the bat, it will require a separate post.  And indeed a separate #hashtag campaign from the effeminate yesmen of the White House.

 

2 thoughts on “#MH17 To lose one Malaysian Airlines plane could be bad luck. To lose two seems like carelessness… Or a false flag.”

  1. It’s not carelessness since commercial airplane MH17 aren’t equip to detect missiles. Moreover, about MH370 we don’t know what happen to it and where it gone to.

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    1. I know one thing about MH370- it didn’t arrive.

      The “carelessness” thing is a paraphrase of an old quote about parents.

      I don’t think either loss was careless. I think Khazanah Bank is sitting drinking fruit punch and cheering, because after some short term pain they’re home free.

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