Even though an international investigation team has yet to prove this, does Russian President Vladimir Putin have an actual ulterior motive in the shootdown incident of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17?
By: Ringo Bones
Although the jury is still out on the extent of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s responsibility on the shootdown of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Boeing 777 back in July 18, 2014 over the pro-Russia separatists controlled part of the Ukraine, many conspiracy theorists with a “liberal streak” around the world are already in a heavy discussion whether or not Putin have an “ulterior motive” in the downing of this particular civilian airliner. And given Putin’s recent rhetoric only sends him down a rabbit hole that could send him to The Hague to face war crimes charges anyone closely following world events could now safely conjecture if the downing of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Boeing 777 is serving a means of Putin’s political ends?
Given Russian President Vladimir Putin’s declaration of war on Russia’s LGBT community and this probably includes anyone not adhering to a “white-Anglo-Saxon-Protestant-work-ethic” lifestyle – i.e. Bohemians / hippies, many now wonder if Putin’s hatred of the LGBT community – Russian and the rest of the world – could have him lead to do the “unthinkable”. As in assassinate a group of leading HIV / AIDS researchers on board the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 using the “Fog of War” of the unrest in Eastern Ukraine as a cover. Given that the death of leading HIV / AIDS researcher Dr. Joep Lange and 100 of the world’s other leading HIV / AIDS researchers could set back a search of a more effective and lower cost cure / drug regimen for HIV / AIDS for decades, would killing this group be a strong political statement of Vladimir Putin being sent tot the Russian and the world’s LGBT community? Given Putin’s “Medieval” view of the LGBT community, there might be some truth to this.
On the assignment of blame on the shootdown of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Boeing 777, a recent text message between two pro-Russian separatist militiamen in Eastern Ukraine named “Greek” and “Major” had revealed a plausible “screw-up” on the use of their captured BUK surface-to-air missile. The intercepted and transcribed text message conversation between the two pro-Russia militiamen seem to lead credence on President Putin’s complicity of the shootdown of Flight MH17 that could lead him to be put on trial in The Hague to face war crimes charges.