Must-watch "FLIGHT MH17" propaganda piece - "courtesy of" CNN:
Woman at 0:18sec into the clip : "It's not really real yet".
http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v ... a.cnn.html
- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/asia/south-east-asia/story/malaysia-airlines-mh17-crash-20-families-gone-one-shot-20140721Robert Van Keulen, his wife Caroline, and sons Allard, 16, and Jeroen, 15, were heading to Borneo with a stopover in Kuala Lumpur.
OpticalIllusion wrote:I don't know if they are saying with this saying, but I found it ironic they have a bag that says "Rituals" anyways there are a lot of strange pictures and of course from the daily mail this is a strange story.
Slimbull wrote:Meet Barry and Izzy Sim (and the unnamed baby Sim)..
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne ... ilies.html
BBC | News | Business
Malaysia Airlines' future questioned
21 July 2014 Last updated at 11:25 BST
It is hard enough for an airline to rebound from one disaster, let alone two within the space of a few months.
Even before the disappearance of flight MH370 in March this year, Malaysia Airlines was struggling.
Last week, all 298 people on its flight MH17 died when it was reportedly hit by a missile.
So, is there any hope that the airline can rebound after such a rough year?
Aviation analyst Chris de Lavigne, from consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, considers the options.
The critical levers of society — NGOs, lobby groups, the media — are all controlled by the gatekeepers that control the money. Public funding of anything (the original crowdsourcing) is slowly being usurped by public-private partnerships, which in turn will be strictly private. The legitimate idea of having a collective own and run something, anything in society has long since been invaded and corrupted and its reputation destroyed. All that’s left is private, their solution, which is accountable to almost no-one, and boomerang! We revert right back to where we started hundreds of years ago with kings and dukes and serfs.
Guess which role most of us will play?
"While the world is still recovering from the shock of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash, a message on WSJ’s Facebook page posted on Sunday morning came as yet even a worse stress for a few readers. The fake “breaking news” report suggested that the American president’s plane went down in Russia."
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