Ron Paul: U.S. partly to blame for Malaysia Airlines disaster

Former US Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas) speaks at George Washington University March 4, 2013 in Washington, DC. | BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI via Getty Images

Former US congressman Ron Paul says the US government is likely hiding the truth about the crash of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine.

“The US government has grown strangely quite on the accusation that it was Russia or her allies that brought down the Malaysian airliner with a buck anti-aircraft missile [sic],” he wrote on his news website Voices of Liberty on August 7.

The former Republican presidential candidate made the comments after Washington accused Moscow of shooting down the aircraft, killing all 298 people on board. The Kremlin, however, denied the allegation.

“The little that we have heard from US intelligence is that it has no evidence that Russia was involved. Yet the war propaganda were successful in convincing the American public that it was all Russia’s fault,” Paul said.

“It’s hard to believe that the US, with all of its spy satellites available for monitoring everything in Ukraine that precise proof of who did what and when is not available,” he added.

“When evidence contradicts our government’s accusations, the evidence is never revealed to the public—for national security reasons, of course. Some independent sources claim that the crash site revealed evidence that bullet holes may have come from a fighter jet. If true, it would implicate Western Ukraine.”

“Questions do remain regarding the serious international incident,” Paul wrote. “Too bad we can’t count on our government to just tell us the truth and show us the evidence. I’m convinced that it knows a lot more than it’s telling us.”


Ron Paul on Flight MH17 and Possible False Flag Attack

Published on Aug 3, 2014
Ron Paul on Flight MH17 and Possible False Flag Attack


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