2014 Year Review: MH17 and the Civil War in Ukraine – An Airplane Tragedy with Political Implications

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2014 has been a particularly bad year for air travel, not in terms of crashes but in terms of fatalities with 1,158 people killed in plane accidents, making it the worst year since 2005. In the latest crash, all 162 passengers of AirAsia flight QZ8501 perished.

The plane accident which caught the most attention was without a doubt the shoot down of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, given its relation to the conflict in Ukraine. Without evidence, Washington has accused the Donbass militia supported by Moscow of having downed the aircraft.

What Ukrainians experienced in 2014 was the continuity of the 2004 Orange Revolution, another “color revolution” piloted by Washington, but this time with the help of neo-Nazis, a fact which has been the object of a complete media blackout when not discredited as “Kremlin propaganda”.

Here are the most important articles published on Ukraine and the shoot-down of MH17.

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Ukraine: A US Sponsored Neo-Nazi Regime? 

There are No Neo-Nazis in Ukraine. And the Obama Administration does not support Fascists

The U.S. has Installed a Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine

Who are the Nazis in the Ukrainian government?

Deleted BBC Report. “Ukrainian Fighter Jet Shot Down MHI7″, Donetsk Eyewitnesses

Spanish Air Controller @ Kiev Borispol Airport: Ukraine Military Shot Down Boeing MH#17

Malaysian Airlines MH17 Was Ordered to Fly over the East Ukraine Warzone

Revelations of German Pilot: Shocking Analysis of the “Shooting Down” of Malaysian MH17. “Aircraft Was Not Hit by a Missile”

Ukrainian Soldier Confirms: Ukraine’s Military Shot Down Malaysian MH17 Plane

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Articles by: Julie Lévesque

About the author:

Julie Lévesque is a journalist and researcher with the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), Montreal. She was among the first independent journalists to visit Haiti in the wake of the January 2010 earthquake. In 2011, she was on board "The Spirit of Rachel Corrie", the only humanitarian vessel which penetrated Gaza territorial waters before being shot at by the Israeli Navy.

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