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Ukraine crisis: BBC finds Russian aid trucks 'almost empty'

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posted on Aug, 17 2014 @ 12:18 PM
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So much clutching, at so many straws, going on in these threads.

I see the story about the destroyed column of "invading" Russian armoured vehicles is still popular, despite there STILL being absolutely no evidence that the event ever took place. Even the 2 British journalists who "witnessed" the border crossing didn't even manage so much as a blurry smartphone image to back up the story... amazing!


Ooooh, the trucks are not loaded to the roof panels, what was taken out?
Ooooh, the trucks are full, what's hiding behind the pallets of aid?
Ooooh, the 280 drivers are the "package", and will deliver themselves to the rebels to fight alongside them.

Seriously? This is getting ridiculous! Especially the "theory" that the drivers are Russian military personnel who are somehow, in the midst of enemy territory and under supervision, going to just sneak off unseen and join the rebel forces. Unarmed, no equipment, and nobody will see them? It's getting comical.




posted on Aug, 17 2014 @ 07:17 PM
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My favorite is thinking brand new trucks are less likely to break down than really old trucks. Everyone knows if you want reliability you look for the oldest vehicle possible, those never break down.





 
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