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Satellite Images prove Russian Artillery Was Fired From Russia Into Ukraine

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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 04:22 AM
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a reply to: JonStone

Only a fool would think that our modern day Govt's. don't lie to us .Weather for economic , political , or ???? . The thing about lies are that if you want to paint a picture ,you have to keep repeating it many times until it appears as common knowledge . We are lead to believe many things that are just not true .Greece is exposing the truth about the EU and finances there so that when the time comes the people will know why they will be doing what they will in the future .

With what has come to light in the middle east and what is happening behind the scenes the days of a economic hit man being gainfully employed are coming to a end . The days of a uni-polar world where the west will dominate the east are over .




posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 05:08 PM
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Oh Yes, the United States Government lies, as does mainstream media. But in the United States, people are free to seek out alternative news media (such as the internet), and people are free to believe what they want to believe, whether the government likes it or not. But in Russia however, and this has already happened a few times, if a person speak out against Putin, the Kremlin or Objects to the war in Ukraine, there is a good chance that person will be arrested or shot. In the US, people speak out against and even insult the president every day, try doing that in Russia and see what happens. Russians that I have spoken to often seem so supportive of the President, and in denial about Ukraine, that it's almost as if they are scared of doing anything to the contrary. As for the Satellite images, they look pretty legit to me, far more legit than Putin's "word" that he's not involved in Ukraine when mountains of reports and evidence imply otherwise. There is far more that says Putin is lying, than there is that these images are faked.
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posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 05:16 PM
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originally posted by: the2ofusr1
a reply to: Rocker2013

Do you have the OSCE reports ? So far it's all been social media and anonymous sources from deep deep within the bowels of DC ...Where is the CIA reports ..They were some of the first US boots on the ground but have been silent sense this crap started .


So now you're saying you would miraculously trust a CIA report?
I personally wouldn't, and you know you would be one of the first ones screaming "evil western propaganda!" if they did release one.

The OSCE has stated on record numerous times that shelling in various places has come from Rebel held territory. You claim this never happens, but those actually reading the reports from numerous sources and not just watching RT know this.

www.osce.org...

Maybe you want to go through those reports and see what RT isn't telling you?



posted on Feb, 26 2015 @ 05:22 PM
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I know! The guy first says the US lies, then he demands reports from the one agency that is actually TRAINED to lie! The CIA doesn't make reports public most of the time, that's why they are called the CIA. The OSCE are convicing enough, even though the Russian "Rebels" refuse to allow them into key territories. Hard to monitor when the Russian's won't allow any monitoring.



posted on Feb, 28 2015 @ 07:49 AM
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I found this piece to add to the thread . "The Guardian was forced to correct an article by Eliot Higgins, a self-styled "citizen journalist", who claimed Russian military units fired on the Ukrainian Army from inside the Russian border on the basis of his jointly authored research with the Guardian's Diplomatic Editor." Funny that eh? "EDINBURGH (Sputnik), Mark Hirst — The Guardian was forced to correct an article claiming Russian military units fired on the Ukrainian Army from inside the Russian border after Sputnik news agency learned the newspaper's reporter had himself jointly authored the research on which the story was based.

On Tuesday Eliot Higgins, a self-styled "citizen journalist" wrote a joint news article with the Guardian's Diplomatic Editor, Julian Borger, based on a study published by the so-called "Bellingcat investigative group". Under the headline "Russia shelled Ukrainians from within its own territory, says study" Higgins and Borger detail the claims made by the group based on "self-taught" analysis of satellite maps freely available on the internet." sputniknews.com... ETA ...For a agency (CIA) that is paid to lie ,they sure are quiet and not producing much in the way to support the western MSM colleges .
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posted on Feb, 28 2015 @ 08:40 AM
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sputniknews.com.


How about a site that isn't run by Russia...then you may have a bit of credibility in the story.



posted on Feb, 28 2015 @ 10:22 AM
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This is what is added to the foot note at the Gurdian " This footnote was added on 19 February 2015. Eliot Higgins is the founder of the Bellingcat investigative journalism network and lead author of the report Origins of Artillery Attacks on Ukrainian Military Positions in Eastern Ukraine " www.theguardian.com...




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