July 21, 2014

MH17 Blame Game Reflects Badly on Us All

Mary Dejevsky, The Spectator

The Associated Press

To judge by much of the western media coverage in recent days, you would have thought that Vladimir Putin had spent last Thursday sitting in the Kremlin, plotting how to blacken his image in the West even further, before settling on the brilliant idea of getting some clueless proxies to blow an international airliner out of the sky.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Russia, MH17

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