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#18561 Stuart Galbraith

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Posted 19 June 2019 - 1225 PM

Meanwhile in Malaysia


Nobody has evidence that said they did. That also isn't what the charges are about.
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Posted 20 June 2019 - 0914 AM

He has access to all the files shared with Malaysia and knows of all those not.
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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1035 AM

He also has access to the longevity gene, apparently.


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Posted 20 June 2019 - 1218 PM

Yesterday the JIT released some transcripts of wire tappings and social media interactions with members of the 53rd. Quite interesting and additional circumstantial evidence. Apparently, the JIT is closer to identifying the Buk crew and chain of command than I had thought previously.

 

Some of these are on the Twitter feed of one of Bellingcat's contributors: https://twitter.com/...309078909739014


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Posted 21 June 2019 - 1445 PM

 

Bribed by Putin or some other shit. And what he even have to do with investigation?!

 

 

 

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Palm oil has emerged as a major bone of contention in the EU's relations with Malaysia and Indonesia — which account for 85 percent of the global supply of the vegetable oil.  The European Commission concluded that palm oil cultivation, with some exceptions, caused deforestation and that its use in transport fuels could not be counted toward its renewable energy goals.

"This action [by the EU] risks widening the gap between Malaysia and the EU on a range of issues because palm oil is very crucial to the Malaysian economy," Ali Salman, the CEO of the Malaysia-based Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, told DW.

https://www.dw.com/e...spat/a-48075278

 

 

​​“We are aware of the palm oil ban for biofuels in Europe and Russia is ever-ready to help Malaysia by buying more palm oil. At present, 90 per cent of Russia’s palm oil is imported from Indonesia and we intend to change that (in Malaysia’s favour).

“I have personally spoken with Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on this matter at a private meeting with him yesterday, and applauded him for his great vision. This can lead to improved defence offset packages that can greatly benefit Malaysia,” he said in a special interview at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition (Lima) 2019 at the Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre in Padang Matsirat.

https://www.nst.com....-defence-offset

 

 

the spice must flow


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#18566 Roman Alymov

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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1211 PM

Bribed by Putin or some other shit. And what he even have to do with investigation?!

Sure, bribed :) Western propaganda is loosing effect outside of "West"  (and now in US itself we see two propaganda machines working hard against each other).

 
Meanwhile who know what we will learn as years pass by:  former head of staff and ATO commander Mujenko  in his interview to Ukr TV described the reason for  white stripes on all pro-Ukr vehicles implemented in 2014 - according to him, it was caused by pro-Ukr aviation striking by mistake column of "Donbass" volunteer battalion (as there was mainly of civilian vehicles)

Former commander of "Donbas" battalion Semenchenko (known for his habit of leading his men to trouble) , saying for five years he was sure he was bombed by Russian AF, not Ukr aviation, and threatened revenge to Mujenko.
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"So, it was this bastard Mujenko, not Russians?  After five years - only now we learn they were who strike us. " etc.


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#18567 Roman Alymov

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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1236 PM

Its unlikely they could, unless they could access signals intelligence from Western Intelligence agencies, which are likely to stay off the books, forever.

As pro-Russians were fully dependent on local, SBU-monitored cell phone service for all communications at ranges above provided by cheap Chinese hand-held radios, there is no room for " signals intelligence from Western Intelligence agencies"

 

 

 . For all we know they are cemented in the Volga right now.

"cemented in the Volga right now" Strelkov is giving fury speeches against Putin, on local events in Russia

 

Another "suspect" making fun of JIT https://glav.su/blog/34007/1392028/


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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1257 PM

War as usual

 

Hunt for conscripts for Ukr Army went wrong in Kharkov as group of mobilization office officers who were abducting young men from the streets were intercepted and beaten  by local "activists"


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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1321 PM

Not of big use now, but let's keep it for future
https://www.patriarc...nE3dTaRG9wfkkgA

PATRIARCHAL AND SYNODAL TOMOS FOR THE BESTOWAL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL STATUS OF AUTOCEPHALY TO THE ORTHODOX CHURCH IN UKRAINE

Ukraine church gamble collapsed under own weight (as Poroshenko, who was main sponsor of it,  can't support it anymore)

 

https://www.unian.in...utocephaly.html

Honorable Patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine Filaret said he did not accept the tomos of autocephaly of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine (OCU) since he had not known its content prior to the receipt of the document.   "We do not accept this tomos since we did not know the content of the tomos we were given," he said at a Ukrainian intelligentsia forum, according to the news outlet Hromadske. "If we had known the meaning, we would not vote for autocephaly on December 15. Because we do not need to move from one dependency to another," Filaret said. "The Moscow Patriarchate serves the interests of Moscow, the OCU serves the Greeks. And who will serve Ukraine?" he added. As UNIAN reported earlier, Patriarch Filaret said on April 27 he was not satisfied with the OCU's status as a metropolis. The Unification Council of members of the Ukrainian Orthodox churches in Kyiv on December 15 elected Metropolitan of Pereyaslavsky and Bila Tserkva from the then Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate Epifaniy (also known as Epiphanius I) as head of the new local Orthodox Church in Ukraine. On January 6, Epifaniy, as Primate of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine and Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Ukraine, received from Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I in Istanbul the tomos of autocephaly (independence) of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine. Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Ukraine Epifaniy was inaugurated as Primate of the newly created Orthodox Church of Ukraine at Kyiv's Saint Sophia Cathedral on February 3.

   Interesting he is still refering to Istambul as "the Greeks"

 

https://www.unian.in...the-church.html

The new Orthodox Church of Ukraine (OCU) has suspended two priests for attempts to split the Church when they supported honorary Patriarch Filaret who convened a local council to reinstate the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate (UOC-KP). "Archimandrite Andriy (Marutsak) from June 22 and hieromonk Illia (Ihor Zelensky) from June 21, 2019 have been banned in the priesthood for actions aimed at dividing the Church," the OCU said on Facebook.


Edited by Roman Alymov, 23 June 2019 - 1330 PM.

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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1352 PM

 

Its unlikely they could, unless they could access signals intelligence from Western Intelligence agencies, which are likely to stay off the books, forever.

As pro-Russians were fully dependent on local, SBU-monitored cell phone service for all communications at ranges above provided by cheap Chinese hand-held radios, there is no room for " signals intelligence from Western Intelligence agencies"

 

 

 . For all we know they are cemented in the Volga right now.

"cemented in the Volga right now" Strelkov is giving fury speeches against Putin, on local events in Russia

 

Another "suspect" making fun of JIT https://glav.su/blog/34007/1392028/

 

 

 

here is short summary of what has happened to the thugs and warlords of dombabwe and luganda. 

https://meduza.io/en...re-are-they-now

 

although not yet cemented in volga, many of them are blown up in squabbles over loot


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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1356 PM

 

 

  In 2014-2015 the Ukraine military might have surprised Putin a bit by obeying orders from Kiev.  Is that still universally the case?

 

P.S.

Actually not - below is lengthy interview from one of most known pro-Ukrainian propagandists Tymchuk, where he is quite open about situation in the beginning of 2014 events when Ukr Army was so demoralized that ignored orders, and Kiev was forced to form "volunteer battalions" (with stunning % of people with criminal record) to initiate fighting

 

As Poroshenko & Co "cleaning up" their record....

 

https://en.hromadske...-cleaning-a-gun

The Ukrainian MP from the People's Front political party and coordinator of the Information Resistance OSINT Group Dmytro Tymchuk was found dead on June 19 in Kyiv. According to preliminary investigation, he shot himself while cleaning a gun that was previously awarded to him by the state.

 

very convenient....


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Posted 23 June 2019 - 1911 PM

It was the guy who where there with his wife, looks like accident but will be investigated as possible murder because someone else were there?


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Posted Yesterday, 02:18 PM


For the first time in history, a unit from a country which is not a member of the North Atlantic Alliance was able to pass certification as an SOF unit.

 

The 140th Special Operations Forces Center of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was certified as a SOF unit and has the right to be involved in NATO Response Force, the NRF. "The 140th Special Operations Forces Center of the Ukrainian Armed Forces passed the corresponding examinations in Lithuania," the Ukrainian Military Portal reported. Launched in 2002, the NRF consists of a highly capable joint multinational force able to react in a very short time to the full range of security challenges from crisis management to collective defense. NATO Allies decided to enhance the NRF in 2014 by creating a “spearhead force” within it, known as the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF).

 

This enhanced NRF is one of the measures of the Readiness Action Plan (RAP), which aims to respond to the changes in the security environment and strengthen the Alliance’s collective defense. Overall command of the NRF belongs to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR). The decision to deploy the NRF is taken by the North Atlantic Council, NATO’s highest political decision-making body. From May 19 to June 7, multinational exercises Flaming Sword-2018 of special operations forces of NATO Allies and allied countries were held in Lithuania.

Read more on UNIAN: https://www.unian.in...in-history.html

 


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