Kaboom! A loud explosion occurs and the Boeing 777 plummets 33,000 feet to the ground. Meanwhile, authorities in Malaysia have no idea that they lost a second plane in 1 year. Ok. Let’s start from the beginning. Something is wrong and we know it. That sounds very cheesy, but it is the truth. The plane (MH17) was headed from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur on an international flight path. Suddenly, it disappears from civilian and military radar. Ukrainian officials contact Kuala Lumpur to break the news.
What happened you ask? Well, for starters the plane was shot out of the sky by a ground to air missile. Investigators have found that it was a missile and not an anti-aircraft shell. Great. Now we know how the people did it, now who? If you ask me, there are two ways that this could have played out. Firstly, I think it definitely was pro-Russian separatists in the region. Why? Well, Ukrainian forces have not been in control of the region for months now. They have been fighting with the rebels, but they have not succeeded and the rebels solely controlled the region. “They don’t have the weapons though…” you say, well they do. They are backed by the Russian Federation and they have connections to many terrorist groups. Another reason this could not have been Ukraine is the fact that all of their equipment is controlled and all activities are recorded and hard-wired into devices that track military movement. IT COULD NOT HAVE BEEN UKRAINE. IF they did it, they would be ruined and they would not risk causing an international disaster. AND the plane was flying towards the rebel controlled area, so the plane COULD NOT have been mistaken from the Ukrainian side, but it could look like a warplane from the rebel side. AND Ukraine has access to flight records so they would know that it was a civilian plane. SO GIVE YOURSELVES UP REBELS and stop causing violence.
I would like to extend my condolences to those who lost their lives in the accident and to their families, our thoughts are with you.Follow @zakopinion
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