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Malaysian Mainstream Media: MH17 was downed by a Military Aircraft, "Cannon Fire from Fighter Jet"

Article republished from US analysts conclude MH17 downed by aircraft (7/8/14, New Straits Times) and Malaysian Mainstream Media: MH17 was downed by a Military Aircraft, "Cannon Fire from Fighter Jet" (7/8/14, Global Research).

Since 26 July it has been known that Malaysian airlines Flight MH17 was shot down by Ukrainian air force figher jets and not by a surface-to-air missile launched by anti-Kiev-regime rebels on the ground. German commercial passenger airline pilot Peter Haisenko closely examined photos of the wreckage on the ground and found exit and entry holes on both sides of the flight cabin holes that could only have been made by projectiles such as are fired by the 30 millimetre cannon with which Ukrainian Sukhoi 25 (Su 25) fighter planes are armed. At least one SU 25 was observed near MH17 by Russian radar. Witnesses on the ground saw two Sukhoi 15 fighters near MH17, whilst the Kiev regime has denied that any of its fighters were in the area.

The following report was published by the New Straits Times,  Malaysia's MSM newspaper, quoting previously published articles by Global Research pertaining to the downing of MH17.

This constitutes an important development.

It breaks the official consensus to the effect that Russia was behind the downing of the aircraft.  The Malaysian MSM has presented a viewpoint which goes against that upheld by the Obama Administration

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Day 3: Malaysian Citizens Occupy Lynas Plant in Sydney claiming Radioactive emissions

SYDNEY | It is the third day that Malaysian citizens have occupied the headquarters of Australian rare earth miner, Lynas Corporation. The ‘Bury Lynas with 1,000,000 signatures’ petition campaign was launched in August and already 1.2 million Malaysians have signed the petition. This is how strongly many Malaysians feel about the plant.

War No More? Malaysia Spearheads Efforts to Criminalise War

Originally published on Global Research TV (http://tv.globalresearch.ca, grtv) on 28 Feb 2013

They say that big ideas start from humble beginnings. In the pantheon of ideas, perhaps there is none bigger than the quest to criminalize war. The concept itself is difficult for many to process at first. It does not mean to uphold some mere code of war conduct, making certain atrocities committed during times of war punishable as “war crimes,” as in the Geneva Convention. Instead, the concept of criminalizing war seeks to make warfare itself a crime, punishable as an offense no matter when or how it is waged or under what pretext.

Originally published on Global Research TV (http://tv.globalresearch.ca, grtv) on 28 Feb 2013

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