Every normal man must be tempted at times to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin to slit throats. It is inaccurate to say that I hate everything. I am strongly in favor of common sense, common honesty, and common decency. This makes me forever ineligible for public office. H.L Mencken
Perhaps the reason there was less explosive melting than in other eplosions, was that the force of the explosion was expanisve, and quickly spreead over the areas of metal, as the front of the plane was forced apart. The front of the plane came off immediately, and the plane continued flying without a cockpit, for about another minute. If the front of the plane had not separated, there might have been more heat built up, and more metal melting.
Thanks for the reference, but I still believe there was a cover-up But I am not on a crusade to uncover the cover-up. I beleive I had read something like that before, but remained unconvinced then, and now. Thanks for the Missile reference for MH-17
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How did Our Oil get under Their Sand?
Senator plans to ask FAA for missile defense systems on commercial airliners - The Washington PostSenator plans to ask FAA for missile defense systems on commercial airliners
I think they should actively look into mounting active defenses on civil aircraft that are carrying hundreds of people, said Kirk, a former Navy intelligence officer. Its not too technically difficult to add a radar warning system on an aircraft, where a pilot in command could dispense chaff to defeat a radar guided missile.
Kirk said he would write to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta to propose defense systems. He said the over throw of Muammar Gaddafi and collapse of the Iraqi army had allowed large stockpiles of surface to air missiles to fall into uncertain hands.
All these articles come from the same news site you sourced above:
Ukraine's bloodiest day: dozens dead as Kiev protesters regain territory from police
Tributes pour in for dead protesters in Kiev
Ukraine crisis: violence leaves 25 dead and more than 200 injured
Now I'm curious, are you saying that those people didn't die? Or that someone else killed them? Maybe there were joos in the crowd that did all the killing hmm?
And of course they were talking about setting up a new government. By that point, you weren't going to fight a hell of a lot of sympathy from the protesters for the ex president. And if it was already a forgone conclusion that the president had to leave, then there would have to be some sort of government to come into play afterwards. We found out from our experiences in Iraq what a colossally stupid idea it is to not think about the government that follows after you topple the old one. Also, this wasn't a dictatorship, although may of wished it so I suppose (maybe a soviet proxy like the cold war, let's just run them over with tanks huh?) In a democracy, people do really bad things sometimes. After all, we re-elected both Bush and Obama didn't we? That doesn't however give the government any right to slaughter people in the street who are executing their democratic right to protest. Once the bullets started flying, it really didn't matter which was the better deal. People were dying on the streets because a power hungry president was beholden to his Russian puppet masters and didn't (or couldn't) relent.