Exposed the lie in a new movie about the Boeing MH17

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NATO is not prepared for a large-scale operation in Ukraine in 2014. This was written by a military expert Ilya Kramnik on his page in Facebook, commenting on the material of the blog ZeroHedge, based on the documentary film by Dutch Director max von der Werff.

It argues that in the East of Ukraine after the disaster “Boeing” tried to organize a military operation of NATO under the pretext of saving the wreckage and bodies nine thousand soldiers defeated militias and reached the Crimea. The operation was allegedly secretly planned the US, the Netherlands, Australia and other countries-members of the Alliance and cancelled almost at the last moment.

According to Kramnik, these arguments “suggest the lack of listener knowledge” of training and capabilities of countries. He noted that the quickly deliver nine thousand employees together with equipment in the region is possible only by air, this will require 200-300 cargo planes and passenger aircraft.

The expert noted that the US alone can do it, but they will need to use absolutely all of the heavy transport aircraft: “the whole [composition], global, from Honolulu to Honolulu”. At the same time help other countries increase the number of knowledgeable about the events of the people and massive displacement will notice planespotter availabitily that tracks flights.

“When the training ceases to be a matter of one country and becomes a joint, at any sensitivity, you can put a cross, said Kramnik. — Neither in the spring nor in the summer of 2014 the activity of the air forces of NATO countries on the activities of this magnitude was not similar in any approximation”.

The film also claimed that the black boxes fallen in Donbass “Boeing” tried to take over the United States and Ukraine and the security Service of Ukraine edited recordings of talks presented as evidence in the case.

“Boeing-777” Malaysia Airlines flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region on July 17, 2014. All 298 people on Board were killed. An international investigation concluded that the plane was shot down by a missile complex “Buk”, and announced the names of four suspects, including three Russians and a Ukrainian. The court in that case is expected in the spring of 2020.

The Russian foreign Ministry called the accusations “totally unfounded” and stressed that the investigation team has not provided any concrete evidence of the involvement of the Russian side to disaster.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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