Putin Says “Ukraine Responsible For Crash… Wouldn’t Happen If At Peace” – 7.17.14

According to Russian news agency Interfax, Vladimir Putin remarked during a government meeting today that: *PUTIN SAYS UKRAINE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MALAYSIA JET CRASH: IFX *MALAYSIA CRASH WOULDN’T HAPPEN IF UKRAINE WAS AT PEACE: IFX But ordered Russia’s government to … Continue reading

Was Malaysian Airliner Brought Down By A Missile To Start A War With Russia? – Episode 418

Microsoft has tripled the number of employees they are laying off. Meanwhile US corporate news is reporting initial claims are continually falling. Housing starts, mortgage apps, refinancing apps all tumbling. Bankers are continually pushing a strong, recovering economy where the … Continue reading



putinOh my, this is taking a turn for the worse. A plane carrying 295 people was shot out of the sky, however they hit the wrong plane. The plane in target was Putin’s! They where right at the same point! RT reports that the planes are almost identical and it was almost shot out of the sky. Then the US and Ukraine try and blame Russia for blowing it out of the sky. What a turn in events, below is a video by Crusaders2127.

Here are the quotes from RT:

“I can say that Putin’s plane and the Malaysian Boeing intersected at the same point and the same echelon. That was close to Warsaw on 330-m echelon at the height of 10,100 meters. The presidential jet was there at 16:21 Moscow time and the Malaysian aircraft – 15:44 Moscow time,” a source told the news agency on condition of anonymity.

“The contours of the aircrafts are similar, linear dimensions are also very similar, as for the coloring, at a quite remote distance they are almost identical”, the source added.

“Putin has only one jet – Board One, he does not fly other planes. This plane always takes off from Vnukovo-3, but the presidential plane have not been flying over Ukraine for a while,” the source at Vnukovo-3 terminal said.

“The plane crashed 60km away from the border, the plane had an emergency beacon,” ITAR-TASS cited its source.

Malaysian Plane Shot down?


Not to long ago there was a plane that vanished. This plane may have just resurfaced as a shot down commercial aircraft in Ukraine. Ukraine has been a hot spot for violence and propaganda lately. Things are picking up and the supposed lives lost could lead to a full scale war! That being said this is a big mistake if Russia did shoot the plane down, because of what follows. This plane most likely had a bomb on board and that’s why it blew up they are just using to to further the collapse of the dollar via sanctions. For more information please watch Crusaders2127.

Given the proof the facts are that Putin and Obama where on the phone when this took place is a little mysterious, and points to the fact that they are both on the same side and are involved!

Obama Executive Order Bans Sale and Importation of AK-47 Rifles

putin-ak47-2(Pictured: Russian President Vladimir Putin shows off AK-47′s now banned in the United States)

A new round of sanctions by the United States targets Russia’s financial, energy and defense sectors.

The Executive Order signed on Wednesday by President Barack Obama is being called  ”evil” by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and bans, among other things, the sale of all Russian-made AK-47 semi-automatic rifles, Saiga-12 shotguns, and all other firearms and parts manufactured by Kalishnikov Concern.

According to the U.S. Treasury Department, Americans will still be able to purchase AK-47′s in the secondary market, as long as Kalishnikov Concern does not have a direct financial interest in the transaction.

If a U.S. person is in possession of a Kalashnikov Concern product that was bought and fully paid for prior to the date of designation (i.e., no payment remains due to Kalashnikov Concern), then that product is not blocked and OFAC sanctions would not prohibit the U.S. person from keeping or selling the product in the secondary market so long as Kalashnikov Concern has no interest in the transaction. (US Treasury)

The Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control released a statement advising concerned U.S. gun owners that, while they can still sell existing stocks of AK-47′s and other firearms on the importation ban list, new purchases from the Russian-based manufacturers by private or commercial gun interests have been outlawed.

According to Kurt Nimmo of Infowars the President’s unilateral move by way of Executive Order could usher in a new era of gun restrictions across the United States without Congressional oversight, “The criminalization of an entire line of foreign manufactured firearms is possible under ‘national emergency powers’ and there is no appeal process.”

Last year President Obama vowed to push forward on gun control with Congressional approval, a promise that prompted Americans to clear retail store shelves of ammunition and drive the price of firearms like AK-47′s and AR-15 semi-automatic rifles to double or triple within just a few months. Within a week of vowing to act independently of an elected Congress, the Obama administration began exploring methods to completely ban the importation of ammunition, magazines and gun accessories from international manufactures.

Earlier this year, during the opening salvos of the Ukrainian conflict, it was believed that Obama was implementing a ban on ammunition originating from Russia and Russian-friendly states. Russian manufacturers responded to the rumors by claiming they were not aware of any such restrictions, though it is clear that they are now in the Obama administration’s sights.

The targeting off ammunition through heavy taxation has been a strategy that the anti-gun lobby has tried in states like Illinois. And, in November of last year the US government shut down America’s last lead smeltering plant because of new  EPA regulations, making it nearly impossible for US ammunition manufacturers to source their raw materials from the United States.

With sanctions now targeting the defense sectors of foreign companies whose governments are friendly to Russia and no ability to produce lead-based ammunition in the U.S., the time is ripe for the Obama administration to circumvent the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment altogether by taking Executive actions under the guise of national security concerns..

With the stroke of a pen President Obama has banned tens of thousands of firearms. Under such an approach the President could effectively target a wide variety of gun-related industries including the raw materials suppliers and parts manufacturers. This could potentially have the effect of not just banning importation of firearms, but making it nearly impossible for US-based manufacturers of firearms, ammunition and accessories to produce their products if any of their raw materials are sourced outside of the United States.

The Obama administration has already begun targeting legally operated retail suppliers of firearms by classifying them as high-risk businesses like pornography, which has lead to their transaction processing and bank accounts being shut down by some of America’s top banking institutions.

The attack against the Second Amendment continues on all fronts and the end goal is a total ownership ban of the some 300 million firearms held in the possession of law abiding American citizens.


Malaysian plane shot down by Buk missile: Ukrainian adviser to Ifax


Malaysian plane shot down by Buk missile: Ukrainian adviser to Ifax

An Airbus A380, owned by Malaysia Airlines, lands ahead of the Farnborough Airshow 2012 in southern England July 8, 2012.

KIEV, July 17 (Reuters) – A Malaysian passenger plane that came down in eastern Ukraine on Thursday was shot down by a Buk ground-to-air missile, a Ukrainian interior ministry official, quoted by Interfax news agency said.

The official, Anton Gerashchenko, said all the 280 passengers and 15 crew had been killed.

(Writing by Richard Balmforth; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)

This is a breaking story. Please check back for updates. The previous story and alerts are below.

KIEV, July 17 (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 (20 miles) 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.


  • Malaysia Airlines Twitter feed says airline has lost contact with Flight MH17 from Amsterdam
  • Malaysia Airlines and the Malaysian Ministry of Transport said on Thursday they had no information about any airliner that may have been crashed over Ukraine.
  • 280 passengers, 15 crew died on plane, says Ukrainian Interior Ministry adviser quoted by Interfax.
  • Malaysian plane was brought down by a Buk ground-to-air missile – Interior Ministry adviser, quoted by Interfax

(Reporting by Alissa de Carbonnel; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)