NATO tried to use the situation around the Malaysian Boeing that was shot down as an excuse for a military operation in the Ukrainian southeast, concluded German political analyst and journalist Max van der Werff, who has carried out his own investigation. He published his investigative documentary on Twitter on July 20.
The German reporter filmed a documentary showing statements of officials responsible for establishing the circumstances of the crash as well as photos from the scene, fragments of the audio intercept fabricated by Ukraine, and interviews with local residents.
In particular, according to Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, the military leaders of the Netherlands, the USA, Australia, and NATO had prepared a plan of deploying nine thousand troops to Donbass. Germany’s decisive refusal stopped the invasion.
Nevertheless, Australia prepared a special forces unit (200 soldiers), who arrived in the Ukrainian capital from the Netherlands.
Almost all the facts presented in the film, from the false information spread by the Ukrainian security services and complications with delivering the Boeing “black boxes” to the crudely cut out-of-context pieces of the intercept, suggest that Russia was not involved in the incident that happened five years ago.
According to Werff, the good intention of transporting the pieces of the plane and passengers’ remains would be used as a guise for the real goal of defeating the militia of the Donetsk People’s Republic and seizing Crimea.
At a press conference on June 20, the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said that the accusation against the Russian military was an anti-Russian plot. He noted that Malaysia has not been convinced by the conclusions of the Investigation Team, and he demanded that the investigators must provide definitive evidence of the involvement of the persons accused by the investigators in opening fire on the civilian airliner.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency