Leaked email by Dutch diplomat on MH17 says separatists do not have ability to take down a plane. Kolomoisky being set up for fall?

More interesting developments surrounding MH17.

Was last month’s drama surrounding oligarch billionaire Kolomoisky just pretext for the fall he is about to take regarding MH17?

The following is a post that originally appeared on Deep Resource:

One of the largest political public forums in the Netherlands and focal point of the Dutch resistance against Islamization of the Netherlands, has published a leaked email, written by a Dutch diplomat and probably sent to colleagues within the Dutch foreign ministry. Date: 14 July 2014, that is three days before the MH17 tragedy. She reports about a briefing of western diplomats by Ukrainian foreign minister Pavlo Klimkin. Klimkin expressed his concern about the escalation of the military situation in the East. He also stresses the danger of the situation in the skies above Donbass and refers to a recent case of an Antonov that was downed from an altitude of 6200 m. The Geenstijl folks use the email to illustrate that the Dutch government knew very well about the dangers of flying over Donbass and (correctly) accuse the Dutch government of negligence and inaction. So far, so good.

But Geenstijl fails to notice a very interesting fact and as a consequence doesn’t draw far-reaching conclusions from it.

The Ukrainian foreign minister openly states that the separatists don’t have the means to take down planes from high altitude and (probably correctly) accuses the Russian Federation of taking the Ukrainian military Antonov down.

That’s quite a statement, made by a Ukrainian foreign minister, three days before the MH17 was shot down, please let that sink in.


  • The separatists did not do it, because they did not have the means to do it, as per Ukrainian foreign minister’s own admission.
  • Kiev didn’t do it either. You are not going to brief western diplomats on the highest level that the separatists don’t have the means to down the planes, if you intend to setup a false flag operation and blame the separatists anyway.
  • Technically, the Russians could have done it, like they likely did with the Antonov, but unlike the separatists, the Russians knew precisely which plane is what on the basis of radar information and downing a western plane is the last thing the Russians would want to do.

So, if neither the Russians, nor Kiev did it, than who did it?


Quatro non datur.

It must have been a rogue operation by the governor of Dnepropetrovsk, who picked up the phone and ordered a squadron to take out a plane with Vladimir Putin on board. But Putin’s plane decided on a last minute change of course and the Ukrainian fighter jet pilot took down the wrong plane.

It claims that oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskyi received intelligence that the Kremlin president’s aircraft, known as Plane Number One, was due to overfly the region and land at Rostov-on-Don, and ordered what was to become the shooting down of the MH17. This Russian city is close to the crash site. But, it is claimed, Putin’s route was changed and the last minute and he landed instead in Moscow.

[] – MH17 ‘was shot down in botched bid to assassinate PUTIN’

“About an hour before the catastrophe, three fighter jets took off [from Dnepropetrovsk]. One of the planes was an Su-25, which was equipped with these kind of [air-to-air] missiles,”… Once the surviving pilot got out of the plane, he looked “very frightened.”… The Ukrainian pilot’s first words as he got out of the jet were: “Wrong plane,” the alleged witness claimed. Later in the evening that same pilot also reportedly stated: “The plane happened to be in the wrong place at a wrong time.” According to RT, the pilot Vladislav Voloshin is real.


Right. Diving in our own archive:

[deepresource] – Drunken Kolomoysky Admits Ukraine Did It (Accidently)
[deepresource] – Hackers Learned Who Shot Down MH17 In Ukraine
[deepresource] – MH17 – Dmitro Yakatsuts & Anna Petrenko
[deepresource] – Vladislav Voloshin

These posts probably contain the correct scenario of what really happened.

This could also shed some new light on the recent dumping of Kolomoisky by the Kiev junta:

[deepresource] – Split in the Ukrainian Junta

This could be an indication that Kiev wants to get rid of Kolomoisky, but in the mean time give him the opportunity to pack his bags and take a hike to some ‘shitty little country’ in the Middle East, as French diplomat Daniel Bernard prefers to call it. That’s where this punk belongs anyway.

Well then, the plot thickens, as they say. Russia has shown radar pictures, indicating that a Ukrainian fighter jet was near the MH17 and the Americans did not debunk that with pictures of their own. Ergo, there was a fighter jet near the MH17. The West was and is busy drawing Ukraine from the sphere of influence of Russia into the West, so the last thing they could use was this failed stunt by rogue elements within Ukraine. So the West uses its media propaganda organs to initially blame the Russians and next gradually become silent on the subject, gain time and let some grass grow over the affair. Western strategy is one of damage control, to gain as much time as possible, but in the end they are probably going to let the cat out of the bag, probably by the end of this year. Or they are going to say that they can’t find the true culprit. The Dutch in the end are not going to cover up the killing of 196 of their own citizens and falsely blame the Russians, but are willing to cooperate with the Americans in stalling the judicial process for the price of 122.5 ton repatriated gold. That’s how international politics works.


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