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originally posted by: AVoiceOfReason
a reply to: DJW001
wow russia is a member of the UNITED NATIONS? whauuuuuit how cud that be?
crist do i really have to spoon feed people what im trying to say? fine, mostly the western members of the UN the ones that keep lying, keep invading countries, overthrowing governments, assassinating people on a whim, demonizing anyone who doesnt toe the line, keep bringing us ever closer to world war 3, and so on. though i didnt think i would have to outline that for anyone. any person could have caught my drift so to say. but i suppose i was wrong..
You link me to the Financial Times in order to refute my claim about Mihkail!?
If you think of Mihkail as being one of the good guys standing up against that evil Putin,
and when did the Spanish government comment on it? why would they even be asked about a guy working in another country?
Bennett has received confirmation from the Spanish embassy that "Carlos," a man who made similar claims during the Maidan protests, does not exist.
Full reply from Spanish embassy to The Spain Report via e-mail on the existence of "Carlos, @spainbuca, the Spanish air traffic controller" in Ukraine:
"This is not the first time we have been asked about him. This "Carlos" was also active during the Maidán revolution in Ukraine.
We have no knowledge of "Carlos" having been in Ukraine. There is no record of his passing through the Consulate, and no one from the (relatively small) Spanish colony knows him.
The airport where he supposedly worked for several years told us at the time that all of their air traffic controllers are Ukranian, and that in any case they have never employed any Spaniard for that or any other task.
Furthermore, the last information he was posting before the airline tragedy was of the same sort. He was saying, for example, that he lived in Kiev and had been threatened by radical extreme-right elements. No Spaniard or national of another country—to my knowledge—has ever been threatened in this country."