However the Russians fought back, starting unrest in the eastern part of the Ukraine, and supplying men and arms to pro-Russian elements in the Ukraine. And it appears that the Russian backed separatists shot down MH17. Immediately after it happened, there was a tweet from a pro-Russian separatist happy that they'd shot down a Ukrainian plane. But of course it wasn't a Ukrainian plane, it was MH17.
But I'm noticing a lot of pro-Russian sentiment around. I bought a newspaper that I'd never seen before on December 11th. It was pro-Russian. It had an article about the Rothschild's and the way they still run the world. It was a weird newspaper. It assured me that the shooting down of MH17 was not done by the Russians or their separatist friends.
Then on Facebook I see this:
Following the link I find that a supposedly former Lufthansa pilot has concluded that the plane was shot down by Ukrainian jets. This pilot, a Mr Haisenko has also written a book, "England, the Germans, the Jews, and the 20th century; the perfidious strategies of the British Empire". The title suggests that this book is anti-semitic, and pretty much bullshit.
So in a couple of days, I come across two pro-Russian, anti-semitic, publications. The website stuff is cheap. But an actual paper newspaper takes money. And where is that money coming from? Really, that is the question. Any comments Vlad? No, you don't want to say anything?