Radar Signatures And Satellite Imagery Of MH17 Shoot Down Reveals Critical Information

Michael Thomas
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July 22nd, 2014
Updated 07/24/2014 at 8:48 am

That the Western Powers, including NATO, have in their possession the satellite imagery, technical data and radar signatures which categorically locates exactly where in the eastern Ukraine the missile was fired from which took down MH17.  The unique signatures, in particular, also identify the precise type of missile. 

High-tech spycraft tracked missile’s path to Malaysia Airlines jet

Because the Ukraine has access to advanced US and NATO radar technology, the leaders in Kiev know much more about the missile attack than what they have indicated.

One can only imagine the volumes of raw data and technical information in existence regarding every angle of this war crime which the US and Ukraine possess.   Since it was committed against Malaysian Airlines and every person on board, it would seem that every nation involved would want access to all the relevant information and data.

Some of those very same countries have spent more time trying to blame Russia and the Ukrainian separatists for this war crime, rather than attempt to acquire the most important evidence available.  While there is no question that every nation involved bears some level of responsibility for even permitting a commercial passenger jet to fly over a war zone, those who colluded to “pull the trigger” must be held criminally responsible.

What do the Western Powers know, and why are they so slow to reveal the relevant information?

Especially the US, UK, and the Ukraine have a great interest in how this story is spun. The Ukraine not only exerts an extraordinary amount of control over its national airspace, it also has the capability to manipulate the battlefield in ways that only the directly involved CIA and US military assets can guarantee. Therefore, it is likely that the attack on MH17 was both meticulously planned by the schememeisters at Langley as it was fastidiously executed under the guidance of Kiev.

Whether carried out by proxies or mercenaries, such a barbaric attack on innocent international flyers was sure to provoke a firestorm of worldwide outrage. And so it has.

Which again leaves us with the most telling question of all: Cui Bono?

Extraordinary And Obvious Efforts To Demonize Putin And Implicate Russia

The world has never seen so many transparent and vigorous attempts to accuse a single nation of a heinous war crime without proper investigation or presentation of the verified evidence.  Clearly the Anglo-American Axis has been fabricating both evidence and narrative alike in order to label Russia as both perpetrator and/or accomplice.

Truly, the rush to judgement reveals a subplot which cannot be denied.  Someone wants Russia incriminated IN THE WORST WAY!

Given the current setup on the geopolitical chessboard known as the Ukraine, it ought to be quite obvious who gains the most, as well as who loses the most, through the accusation of an odious murder of innocents.

Michael Thomas
July 22, 2014
StateoftheNation2012.com

References:

Downing Of Flight MH 17: False Flag Operation To Blame Russia?

Both MH17 & MH370 Bound For Same Location

MH-17 and NATO Exercise “Breeze 2014″

FLIGHT MH17 – Kiev Flash Mob’s Final False Flag?

Malaysian Airlines MH370 and MH17. A Criminologist Questions: What are the Probabilities? Is it a Mere Coincidence?

Flight MH17 Conjures MH370, Exposing Western Deception, Was it a Staged Event?

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Michael Thomas is a contributing writer to Storyleak and Editor of the State of the Nation website, where he offers analysis on geopolitical events.

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  1. JoeJoe says:

    This article says it all — as far as the missile id and launch location are concerned.

    http://themillenniumreport.com/2014/07/mh17-plunge-video-proves-western-powers-possess-critical-info-why-not-reveal-data/

  2. Robert Jameson says:

    "That the Western Powers, including NATO, have in their possession the satellite imagery, technical data and radar signatures which categorically identify exactly where in the eastern Ukraine the missile was fired from which took down MH17. The unique signatures, in particular, also identify the precise type of missile."

    You got that right!

  3. Roger says:

    Murder. You can call it anything you want. But it was murder.

    A clip of Reagan’s response to the Russians shooting down the Korean airliner surfaced, it is just as spot on today.

    • trustfunded says:

      Reagan would know since he was in charge when the US did the same thing to an Iranian civil passenger flight. What a patriot?

      • PoofAgain says:

        Reagan was a lying jerk…or an old geezer with Alzheimer's who didn't know shlt from Shinola by the time he left office. Any man who calls his wife "Mommy" is one sick puppy. But then I'm biased.

        • Roger says:

          And of course Clinton was an honest paragon of virtue?

          • PoofAgain says:

            This thread is about Reagan, which YOU brought up. Try to focus and stay on-topic.

          • Roger says:

            You made an attack on Reagan based on honesty in the oval office.

            Try to focus. You just didn't like actual debate that showed why your position was flawed and you were just a bigot attacking Reagan for something liberals are much worse at.

          • PoofAgain says:

            When you stop posting word salad, let me know, k?

          • Iremember says:

            Word salad, eh?

            He got a new slap my nuts chopper, and is creating his own personal Salad Bar. Just wait until he opens his new banana crate………

          • Roger says:

            The reply monkey insults are usually posted under the fake profile of smith.

            Did you forget which guest profile is supposed to say what?

          • Roger says:

            When you start, then you'll deserve more.

          • trustfunded says:

            Well that makes no sense.

          • PoofAgain says:

            **whispering here** He gets a bit discombobulated and tongue-tied when I'm around. For us women, I'll admit it can be flattering when a man gets a little nervous or even bashful around a woman, but there's nothing flattering in this case.

          • Roger says:

            Still pretending to be reasonable?

            Here, a life changing tip. http://graceandpoise.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/wha

          • Roger says:

            It makes sense if the posse would admit that all you as a group contribute is word salads.

          • PoofAgain says:

            I can see those little cogs in your head spinning, Roger. You'd really like to start using that term, "word salad", wouldn't you? I'll admit I borrow it from a person who unmercifully attacks a really stupid conservative on another site I frequent, so it's not mine. But now **hopefully** you'll be embarrassed to use it because you'll need to give me credit for it. Otherwise everyone will know you've again been unable to come up with anything original or clever or funny or witty or interesting or relevant…I've seen your little dog-and-pony show before.
            EDIT: The commenter who came up with "word salad" is an ex-regular on a site you've commented on before. No phriend of mine, but she reemed you a new one several years ago….you sure have a way with women.

          • Roger says:

            You can see that? Even past my 'stache'?

          • trustfunded says:

            Again, you make no sense. Keep swinging.

          • Roger says:

            No thanks, I'm not interested.

            I'm here for discussion and debate not 'swinging' with liberal hack trolls.

          • PoofAgain says:

            You big liar. I came here this morning, made a comment and you were on me like white on rice. You had no intention of debating anything, and my comment was an absolute invitation to "normal" commenters to explain what was missing, what the mystery was of deleted comments. You're the troll, you know it, you showed it.

          • Roger says:

            Oh no, the ill mannered shrew thinks I am acting badly.

            I have responded to every single comment of yours aimed at me in the most polite and on topic manner possible.

            And speaking of trolls, do you pose for lawn ornament ideas?

          • PoofAgain says:

            There's nothing ill-mannered in me pointing out your trolling. I doubt I've ever read a thread you've been commenting on where it hasn't been mentioned. I saw someone, can't recall the name but the avatar was a zebra, point out that you'd bombed a number of sites with your constant trolling — throwing out bait. Yeppers — you're a troll, I nailed you there.

          • Roger says:

            Sure there is the way you did it.

            Instead of calling me a liar, a well mannered lady would have explained when I said something that was a lie.

            You don't get to tell me what I think. You are able to explain what I actually did.

            And name calling is always juvenile. Applying a label and explaining why is not.

            So, if I say based on that comment that you're ill mannered a shrew and a juvenile name caller after explaining you did all that, it's slightly different than your approach.

            You are nailed here, you're owned and you're not well mannered enough to even know how to respond without more insults.

          • PoofAgain says:

            "Instead of calling me a liar, a well mannered lady would have explained when I said something that was a lie." How many times did I and others say you were incorrect about what you claimed you heard on the radio before ever calling you an out-and-out liar? Dozens. Posted links to it, asked for some kind of proof. At some point being "well mannered" just didn't work, since you were being nothing more than a CYA liar. I'm owned? Oh, Shirley you jest.

          • Roger says:

            And how many times did I explain why I didn't agree with you.

            And I proved that the father did release a statement with the content I heard.

            You are just some ill mannered shrew that can't admit I heard what I heard. You weren't in the car, you weren't even flying over head on your broom.

            Yet you keep bringing it up as if some day if you just act badly enough I'll roll over on it.

            You're owned on it. And don't drag Shirley into it.

          • trustfunded says:

            No, you lied and said you heard the father screaming on the radio. You couldn't have heard the father as he only gave a statement to his attorney. You were lying.

        • trustfunded says:

          Yes, but Reagan was a decent liberal.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Oh ouch…and meow…and spot-on.

          • Roger says:

            He was a leader that understood he was president for all Americans.

            I haven't forgotten his signing speech when he signed into law the abortion legislation he didn't agree with.

            He was what Obama is not. A leader.

          • smith says:

            If he signed that law today, you'd call him a RINO.

          • Roger says:

            I disagreed with him then too.
            That's why I remember his speech.

          • smith says:

            Thirty years from now you'll probably sing Boehner's praises, too. You are a hypocrite.

          • Roger says:

            Don't count on it.

            And for you to call me a hypocrite when you're posting from behind a guest profile?Where is the conviction of your beliefs? You're just as much a coward as the rest of the trolls.

            Just more spam, it's all you know.

          • trustfunded says:

            As I said, he was a good liberal.

          • Roger says:

            His idea of progressing wasn't the same as the liberals of today.

            He thought we would progress as a society if we didn't have the oppressive arm of government stifling us.

          • trustfunded says:

            Yeah right. He is a model for the modern liberal. Raise taxes, provide amnesty to illegal aliens, rely on deficit spending, and increase the size of the federal government. He was a modern liberal ahead of his time.

          • Roger says:

            Still pushing a flawed liberal lie?

            One name for you. Tip O'Neal.

            He originated all spending.

            Deal with it.

          • trustfunded says:

            And Reagan signed it into law. What liberal lie are you referring to? It helps to have a point.

          • Roger says:

            Read the comment before responding to it.

            It helps if you have a brain.

          • Iremember says:

            AND……………………

          • Roger says:

            Too many big words?

          • trustfunded says:

            Which lie or have you already realized how inaccurate you are?

          • Roger says:

            You gave a liberal lie, and I explained in one name why you're wrong.

            Still realizing you were exposed in how inaccurate you are?

          • trustfunded says:

            I'm not inaccurate. Reagan could have sent the budget bill back to congress to be retooled. He instead supported it with his pen. He is responsible for the spending.

          • Roger says:

            Sure you are, the speaker of the house originates the spending in effect, not the president. And your forget Reagan shut down the government as a way to pressure them into spending less.

            I realize the separation of powers is alien to you liberals, just look at our fascist dictator with his pen and phone.

            But the house spends money, not the oval office. You are inaccurate of course this time you were just obvious about it.

          • trustfunded says:

            Like I said, Reagan could have sent the bill back to congress but instead supported the spending levels by signing it. He could have vetoed all or parts of the budget but he didn't. And what do you mean "spending less"? He nearly tripled the national debt during his terms as our "leader". It seems to me I hear Obama taking flack for raising our debt. I guess it's just another conservative hypocrisy in action.

          • Roger says:

            And like I pointed out as I explained you aren't accurate. Reagan did and even shut the government down several times.

            Still like being owned and humiliated from that work terminal where you sit all day trolling and spamming?

          • trustfunded says:

            He shut the government down to reduce spending……while tripling the national debt. That could only make sense to a conservative.

          • Roger says:

            Yes, to someone that is accurate on historical understanding of the times Reagan served.

            Carter left him a mess and he fixed it. https://www.myheritage.org/news/defense-readiness

            And yes, Obama is doing the very same things Carter did to our military.

          • trustfunded says:

            Oh I see, Reagan inherited the mess but Obama didn't? LOL I love you phonies. At least you abandoned your silly position regarding Reagan and the budget. That was getting embarrassing for you.

          • Roger says:

            Reagan fixed a mess.
            Obama is creating one.

            And I explained why Reagan spent more, he also won the cold war doing so.

            So you're still a troll spamming from some poor unfortunate work terminal.

          • trustfunded says:

            What you said was Reagan pressure congress into spending less. What actually happened is he tripled the national debt. Try to keep up.

          • Roger says:

            He did.

            And it worked on a few occasions.
            Too bad it was Tip O'Neil that was writing the budget.

            Try to keep up.

          • trustfunded says:

            It worked in tripling the debt. Congrats on his great achievement. *rolls eyes*

          • Roger says:

            Still trolling?

            O'Neil approved every dollar and wrote the legislation of rit.

            "Rolls eyes" You trolls can't move past the lies and talking points.

          • trustfunded says:

            Reagan approved every dollar and signed it into law. As our "leader", Reagan carries the responsibility for the spending bills he signed. Nobody forced him to sign.

          • Roger says:

            Approved the budgets he was handed by the people who wrote them.

            There is part of this that the liberal mind set can't admit to.

          • trustfunded says:

            And you can't admit that he had a choice to send the bills back or veto all or part of the bills. The so called "leader" lead us into huge debt by spending more of our money. What a liberal.

          • Roger says:

            He did on occasion.

            The leader led us to victory in the cold war, have you hear of that. And the money saved as a result?

            You liberal hacks sure do want to write your own version of history.

          • trustfunded says:

            Yes, he was a good liberal.

          • Roger says:

            In your alternate version of history.

            Since your'e sitting at your work terminal trying to make your quota of comments why don't you make up more fake talking points?

          • trustfunded says:

            Okay, you are good with women.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Signing the abortion bill is the only reasonable, responsible, intelligent thing that brain-dead geezer ever did. You thumpers are so predictable — guess you don't support a woman's right to choose? Oh, that's right, you don't like women who make their own decisions about their own bodies. No 'women issues' there, right? *wink*

          • Roger says:

            Are you one of those stupid women that think abortion is a first line birth control method?

          • PoofAgain says:

            If you ever want to have a mature discussion about abortion, I'd be glad to enlighten you a bit. Ground rules are that you keep your religious crap out of it. There — I sure kiboshed that for you, didn't I? You're soo easily manipulated.

          • Roger says:

            Dead babies repel me.

            I understand birth control but killing innocent babies? Not so much.

            If you want to ever have an intelligent conversation you'd have to leave your personality out of it.

          • trustfunded says:

            I'm surprised you aren't referring to the innocent babies as "pathetic".

            "….but it's the dead unarmed victims that are pathetic."

          • Roger says:

            I'm surprised you didn't just make it up.

            Trolls, once you give up on actually having discussions with people it opens up a new vista of spamming for you.

          • trustfunded says:

            So you admit that is your comment? Good, usually you begin lying right about now.

          • Roger says:

            So you admit you're a troll sitting at a work terminal spamming all day long? What is your quota?

          • PoofAgain says:

            My recollection is that those are the exact words you used to describe the victims in the Rio Oso mass murders.

          • Roger says:

            My recollection is that we were discussing liberals in cities with gun control regulations. That they always seem to have a higher crime rate and that if a liberal refuses to take responsibility for themselves and as a result of that stupid thinking they wanted to play the victim card I think it's pathetic.

            If some liberal hack is in a dark alley behind a bar trying to spend $20 and is victimized due to their own actions in a reckless manner, for them to blame anyone else, I find that approach pathetic yes.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Hahahaha! Yeah right, Roger — that's what "we were discussing". I actually wasn't even a part of that discussion at all, hadn't bothered looking at your hum-drum blathering for quite a while until you posted the "….but it's the dead unarmed victims that are pathetic" [disgusting] comment and then started lying about the father. Your discussion was with TrustFunded as I recall — he nailed you then, he's been literally mopping the floor with you ever since. You brought an old, worn-out donkey to the Kentucky Derby and…you've failed to win, place or show.

          • Roger says:

            Then you don't know what you're talking about.

            Why are you here, was it boring in your trailer park?

          • PoofAgain says:

            Deflection. Try again.

          • Roger says:

            What's wrong, couldn't come up with a comment including any actual content?

  4. Mr. Liberty says:

    Very interesting link.

  5. TheNewsMadd says:

    Thank you for the update. This is an important story and we need to be sure we are correct on all facts. This could have serious complications for the entire world

    • Mr. Liberty says:

      Mistakes happen. I am still a fan of Storyleak's work, no one is perfect.

      • TheNewsMadd says:

        Why did the admins delete our comments?

        Did they realize they made a mistake and pulled our comments?

        anyways I am still a fan as well

        • Iremember says:

          Author's can be a tad touchy and egotistical.

          Just look at Roger……..

        • Mr. Liberty says:

          I'm sure that was the case. If I was them I would of left the comments though.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Were the comments interesting? I must say I've never seen anything like this on StoryLeak — they don't delete the garbage (that I'll readily admit I contribute to), so it was surprising for me to see all the 'This comment has been deleted by the administrator' stuff.

          • Roger says:

            Then you don't recall what the comments were.

            When you come to a site to name call and say that the site is wrong, it might irritate the admin who posted the story for discussion. If you don't trust or agree with something instead of attacking, just explain why.

            Debate, the posse seems to have a problem with it.

          • Iremember says:

            True to form, Rogelio follows his Modus Operandi.

            Ingratiate himself with the Author's and Site Admins.

            In the olden days, those steam locomotives had a "cow-catcher" on the front of them.

            Rogelio has his own version, a "handy 'stache".
            When his nose is pressed against the Authors rectum, it keeps the dingle-berries out of his teeth…

          • Roger says:

            True to form the posse sends out a moron to insult and spam the site.

            And if you don't like mustaches, then don't grow one.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Obviously the comments were gone when I clicked on this story from the menu. Duh — how could I recall comments that weren't there? Do you actually read more than the first 4-8 words in a comment before you launch your attacks? Rhetorical question, it's obvious your goal is the attack.

          • Roger says:

            Still the loud mouthed vile tempered shrew?

            How about if you don't know something you just don't bother anyone with your opinion on it for a change?

          • PoofAgain says:

            You might want to retrace your steps again this morning. I came to this site shortly after logging on. I started a brand-new thread wondering why there were so many deleted comments — a very legitimate inquiry. Within 3 minutes you responded to me, not the other way around. I gave you the brush-off, then posed a question to Mr. Liberty. Again, you bombed the site attacking me when NO ONE WAS EVEN TALKING TO YOU. Predictable, entertaining, but soooo like you. How about if you have nothing to offer but your constant stalking, you start devoting your time to HPD and your forum mommy, ImAHoAnnie? Those of us who actually click on stories and comment for the intended purpose of learning something or sharing something would really appreciate it. I'm sure the birther whackados would love to hear you this morning….you fit in well with them.

          • Roger says:

            Thanks for admitting I was right.

            Don't bother apologizing, I understand you just wouldn't have a clue how.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            The original story was inaccurate and a commenter was posting about it. At first I disagreed, and offered a rebuttal, but soon learned that I was wrong and agreed that the story was inaccurate. We just simply called for the story to be corrected or retraced. Idk why they deleted the comments. Mistakes happen.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            Retracted **

  6. Denis Jaisson says:

    "the Ukraine has access to advanced US and NATO radar technology"… So Ukraine is part of NATO, now, are they?!

  7. Mr.Lincoln says:

    Jul 18, 2014 Exclusive VICE News Footage of MH17 Aftermath

    July 17, 2014, a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet carrying 298 people was shot down over eastern Ukraine — allegedly by pro-Russia separatists. Residents in the area described bodies falling from the sky and landing in their own backyards.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px2rfWBW4wg

  8. Rumple Skilskin says:

    “A popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce, or a tragedy, or perhaps both.” James Madison

  9. Mr. Liberty says:

    Thanks for the correction Storyleak!

  10. PoofAgain says:

    The article was…interesting. But how weird to scroll down to the comments and so many have been deleted/removed. Did I miss something really juicy? =(

    • Roger says:

      You didn't miss anything.

      Why would any site leave garbage comments. If someone doesn't like the site and doesn't trust the site perhaps they should go someplace else?

      • Iremember says:

        Yeah.
        Just like you did, when you wrecked LRC.

        You shat all over the floor, then left.

        • Roger says:

          But I had been at that site for years, until the posse showed up. I still post there.

          You guest trolls, you cause havoc everyplace you target.

      • PoofAgain says:

        How did I know you'd be the person to respond to my comment? Lucky guess on my part? No. Really clear thinking this early in the morning? No, haven't had much coffee yet. I knew you'd be the person to respond because….I have you wrapped around my little finger! G'morning Roger — ready for a nice shiny new day?

        • Roger says:

          How did I know that you'd respond to a decent comment that went right to the heart of the comment I replied to, and that you'd do it with nothing but insults?

          Oh, because your'e an ill mannered shrew.

          I bet today I can make you look crankier than Madeline Albright when she's hungry.

          • PoofAgain says:

            You don't seriously believe that, do you? That you can "make" me do anything? Yousofunny.

          • Roger says:

            Of course I do, and if you were a reasonable thinking person you would too.

            But we both know you're not.

          • PoofAgain says:

            There is no "we" with you and I, Roger.

          • Roger says:

            In the context of my comment, yes, in that limited scope.

          • smith says:

            https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BrDjIIKIEAAfuAv.jpg

            roger has a hard time with poof's attitude.

          • TheNewsMadd says:

            Spot on

          • Roger says:

            The posse does stick together, in a very organized and coordinated way.

            I'll give you that much.

            Here is something spoof needs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0rPT2TG7So

          • PoofAgain says:

            Oh FFS Roger — you need to hook up with Queen Elizabeth. Thanks for the laugh.

          • Roger says:

            Come now strong women don't need to use bad language in a vulgar way.

            You have no manners and laugh at them. That backs up everything I've said about you.

          • PoofAgain says:

            From what I can gather by your incessant blatherings, you don't have a ton of experience with real women. That's not a put-down, just my observation. So I'll let you in on a little secret, hopefully someday you'll get to enjoy the info I share with you in a real-life situation. Real men do NOT want one of those phony nicey-nice women you describe. Those women are doormats to be walked on by misogynistic, chauvinistic women-haters. Oh….never mind, that would be you and your dream woman, Mrs. Doormat.

          • Roger says:

            From what I can gather from your incessant blatherings you don't have a ton of experience being one.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Well, for once you're right — this is a red-letter day for you! No, I don't have a ton of experience being a doormat. Congrats on making the only truthful comment I think I've ever read from you. And I'd bet dollars to doughnuts you'll try some way to slither out of it. You're so predictable.

          • Roger says:

            So you admit you don't have experience being a real woman.

            How nice. Will you spent extra time on the broom to decompress after that one?

          • PoofAgain says:

            Sorry, Roger, I'm not going to play your word games. I'm not interested in watching you hang yourself and spin in the breeze trying to turn YOUR comments into something they aren't. "So you admit you don't have experience being a real woman" — you can see very clearly that I said, "Real men do NOT want one of those phony nicey-nice women you describe. Those women are doormats to be walked on by misogynistic, chauvinistic women-haters." You already know I'm no doormat. So trying to say I admitted being a doormat is sophomoric at best, CYA worthless spin at the very least.

            If you want to play word games you'll have to look beyond me. But again I'll bet you dollars to doughnuts you'll continue trying. Oh, and someone named JIM seems to have pointed you out as the instigator of yet another day of trolling. Know who he is? Maybe you can comment to him, explain how it's everyone else, not little innocent Roger who gets the ball rolling every time.

          • Roger says:

            Sorry that you can't pretend that you won this.

            Sorry that you only come with word games and can't stand it when someone challenges you on them.

            Sorry that you're an ill mannered shrew.

            Sorry that your'e just not up to this in spite of all the bitterness you hold toward men.

          • Iremember says:

            It's easy to deal with strong women.
            They need a firm hand………

          • Roger says:

            Go for is sparky. Let's see what bloody stump you pull back after trying.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Bloody stump? Boy, you must REALLY suck at interacting with women.

          • Roger says:

            Try reading a comment before you reply to it.
            http://graceandpoise.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/wha

            And I said if he tried that approach he would pull it back.
            See, you are just an ill mannered shrew every single time.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Thanks for the link from "The Male Chauvanist Pig's Guide to 'Raising' A Compliant Woman". Do they pass that junk out at PromiseKeepers events? If I met a man who was such a wuss he demanded a meek, milquetoast woman like that, I'd run faster than the wind in the opposite direction. I told you the other day, I like manly men — confident, self-assured, strong men who want a woman by their side, not behind them. Your ideal of a woman is straight out of the 50's, probably a mother figure. Good luck finding one.

          • Roger says:

            You just can't be bothered to have manners.

            Do you come from the same trailer park as Tanya Harding?

          • smith says:

            Her comment wasn't rude but you felt the need to lash out.

          • Roger says:

            Sure it was, but you felt the need to deny it.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Who?

          • trustfunded says:

            Why is he trying to find out where you live?

          • Roger says:

            Liberal hack trolls, you can't even keep recent history in mind when it's older than the talking points.

          • trustfunded says:

            Tanya Harding is a talking point? Why do you want to know where Poof lives?

          • Roger says:

            Why do you think I want to know?

            Is that the next pretend set of talking points?

          • trustfunded says:

            Because you asked where she comes from, duh.

          • Roger says:

            Quote me. Duh.

          • trustfunded says:

            "Do you come from the same trailer park as Tanya Harding?"

            Well that was easy.

          • Roger says:

            Yes, and as a rhetorical question since we should both know Tanya Harding was a public figure with a rather notorious way of approaching problems.

            Well, that was easy, any words in there you don't know?

          • trustfunded says:

            You left out the "I'm sorry, you were right" part.

          • Roger says:

            Of course I did.

            Why wouldn't I? I didn't ask "Where do you come from" and even the rhetorical question doesn't expect an answer to make the point. The point is made in the question.

            Do you want me to post a definition of rhetorical questions for you?

          • trustfunded says:

            Yes, please do. I love your definitions.

            "Pay attention, treating someone different based on sex is racist."

          • Roger says:

            And I can't say I'm fond of your trolling from a work terminal.

          • trustfunded says:

            I know, your jealousy shows that.

          • Roger says:

            For a 3rd grade working vocabulary?

            What kind of work do you do at McDonalds?

          • PoofAgain says:

            Not sure, but it's obviously kinda creepy. Is he talking about Tonya Harding, the skater from about 20 years ago (I'm getting used to his RogerSpeak since it's always loaded with typos/horrid grammar)? It's sure fascinating the old references he drags out of yester-year.

          • Roger says:

            So the next pretend set of talking points emerges.

            You can't show Reagan wanted to spend, that anything else you toss out might be true, so you even skip past the mustache and try the next troll points.

            The posse must be pretty lame today.

          • trustfunded says:

            I don't care if Reagan WANTED to spend, the point is he did spend…..a lot.

          • Roger says:

            You don't care. That's the problem.

            What Reagan wanted and what Tip O'Neal spent are two different things.

            The point is Reagan is the executive, the legislature passes budgets.

            But, like you said you don't care. You're only here to spam the place and facts don't matter at your work terminal.

          • trustfunded says:

            Fact: Reagan nearly tripled the national debt. The end.

          • Roger says:

            Tip Did.

            The president can only spend money Congress approves.

            See, you keep making the same mistake. You must be a liberal.

          • trustfunded says:

            Congress spent money that Reagan signed off on. He was a good liberal.

          • Roger says:

            Congress appropriated the money, he was not a liberal in the sense you imply it.

          • trustfunded says:

            He raised taxes, increased spending, increased our national debt, and provided amnesty to illegal immigrants. Sounds like a modern liberal to me.

          • Roger says:

            That sounds like FDR!

          • PoofAgain says:

            Yo — Roger — I'm not the one discussing Reagan's horrible spending habits — that's TrustFunded. Try to focus.

          • Roger says:

            Yo, shrew. I'm not the one here pretending Reagan wrote the budgets. Try to focus.

          • trustfunded says:

            Neither am I, but Reagan was the one that approved the budgets. There's no way to dance around that.

          • Roger says:

            He fought and bargained and even shut the government down more than once.

            You realize there is no way to dance around that?

          • trustfunded says:

            And then he caved and spent more money increasing our national debt by almost 300%. In this dance, I lead.

          • Roger says:

            He wasn't a dictator like Obama.

            Before you dropped out of school did you ever hear the term Separation of powers?

            Do you know what 'power of the purse strings ' means?

          • trustfunded says:

            I don't know much about purses. Care to share your knowledge?

          • Roger says:

            Yes, but only with someone that appreciates the information.

            You don't even know what I'm talking about, you don't know enough to even discuss the topic intelligently.
            http://history.house.gov/Institution/Origins-Deve

          • trustfunded says:

            You wanted to discuss purses, not me. I'm just not interested.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            With all do respect strong women can also be good mother figures. Or did I misunderstand your comment?

            PS I am pretty manly :) Date???

            Lol JK

          • PoofAgain says:

            There's nothing wrong, IMO, with a woman being supportive, comforting, a shoulder to cry on, a confidante, a true friend. But I still don't believe a real man wants a doormat like Roger seems to think. Those women are out there — I'm just not one of them, and I have no regrets about it.

            And I'm sure you're as much a manly man as 99.9% of all the other commenters here. 'Cept me and one other person.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            Yup I agree! I just hope you don't think all "Christian" women are doormats. Most of them are not and exemplify those qualities you just listed! Yes the bible does discuss “submission” to one’s husband. But in that context it means reverence. IMO some CINOs misinterpret those passages and think it means that wives are the husband’s property and that is not accurate.

          • PoofAgain says:

            I don't think that at all. I have many female Christian acquaintances who aren't doormats, whose husbands wouldn't want or expect them to be. They're strong, opinionated, outspoken women who have the ability to be nurturing and loving as well as hard-ass and tough if need be. No different than an atheist like me. This version Roger has in his head — check out some of the links he tried to hurl at me as 'insults' — is something out of a very old TV series — from the 50s, early 60s, not reality-based at all. Sad really.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            Haha I don't dare look at the links :) I will just take your word for it.

          • trustfunded says:

            He may not be a lady's man but he is a man's man, IMO. The mustache gives it away.

          • Roger says:

            I don't have to impress every woman.

            And my mustache is really just a distraction since you can't actually debate any issues here.

          • PoofAgain says:

            It's not a distraction to all. Every gay man I know has one just like it…being serious.

          • Roger says:

            And every ill mannered shrew I know has a big mouth… being serious.

            A life changing hint, http://graceandpoise.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/wha

          • trustfunded says:

            I've mopped the floor with you this morning so basically today is just a normal day for me.

          • Roger says:

            About what? Reagan writing all those budgets?

            Poor Tip, you liberals are ignoring the one man Reagan had to accept the spending bills from.

            That kind of mopping the floor? Yeah, as if.

          • trustfunded says:

            So your position is this great "leader" was so spineless he couldn't even send the bill back? I agree.

          • Roger says:

            If you knew what happened you would know how stupid that comment is. He did at times, he even shut down the government at times.

            You're not informed enough about that time in history to even discuss it rationally, of course that doesn't seem to be your goal.

          • trustfunded says:

            Sounds like he got pushed around and signed a bill greatly increasing spending. Poor guy.

          • Roger says:

            Sounds like he did but you can't admit it since you're not here to discuss anything and can't face facts.

          • trustfunded says:

            Thanks, you just agreed with me that it sounds like he got pushed around.

          • Roger says:

            You could try to read the comments before replying to them.

          • trustfunded says:

            I reread it…..and thanks again.

          • Roger says:

            Remember your last comment above about not caring? It shows.

          • PoofAgain says:

            I saw that too…literally laughed out loud.

          • Roger says:

            Yes, do you have a drinking problem perhaps?

            None of my business but it does explain a lot about your comments.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Yes, Roger — you nailed it. I have a drinking problem as well as a crack/meth problem. But it's so difficult obtaining my substances of choice from this prison cell I'm locked up in. Anything else? Oh, and I DID live in the Tonya Harding trailer park, had my own basement 'apartment' under the single-wide my mama owns (rents, actually, but let's not be picky). Any other boring, monotonous, old, worn-out cliches you want to use? Got a couple of KoolAid references? If nothing else, you're a predictable yawner.

          • PoofAgain says:

            It's not that Reagan couldn't send it back….he forgot there WAS a bill, forgot who it should be sent back to. "Mommy" was busy ordering new White House china and couldn't get to her psychic in time to tell good ol' Ronnie what to do.

          • Roger says:

            Sort of like your social set after some drinking?

            Reagan worked tirelessly before signing anything, he even requested time on air so he could go to the American people.

            Why attack the last president that handed us a turnaround and foreign policy victories like the cold war victory?

          • trustfunded says:

            Don't you mean "societal" set?

          • Roger says:

            Don't you mean you're a hack troll sitting at a work terminal spamming the place for the posse and working towards your daily quota? I'm sure that's what you just said….

          • trustfunded says:

            That just makes you wrong as usual.

          • Roger says:

            That just makes you inflexible in your positions since you're just a mouth piece. Who funds that terminal?

            Soros? Obama? A union someplace? Or are you a teacher with tenure at a college that only has one class a week?

          • trustfunded says:

            Please don't discuss whether I am flexible or not. This isn't that kind of site.

          • Roger says:

            Thankfully, I hope that's enough to keep you distracted.

            You don't know words, you don't know history. Is your work terminal in your mom's basement until you go to your shift at McDonalds?

          • PoofAgain says:

            Are you aware how filled with sexual overtones and double entendre your comments are? "inflexible in your positions", "mouth piece" "big mouth"? If you sought professional help…never mind, it wouldn't help you at this point in your life. Just an observation.

          • Roger says:

            Wow, so you find the things I say all remind you of sex.

            If you weren't such a ill mannered shrew maybe you wouldn't be so starved for it and things wouldn't remind you of it so often.

          • PoofAgain says:

            **shudder**

            Nothing YOU say reminds me of sex…but your words are your words. If you'd take note, commenters often point out the underlying sexual content of your comments. You'd be an amazing study for a good shrink.

          • Roger says:

            Great news, keep up the good work!

            Now try to imagine that I'm not like you and might not see things you way.

            Here, a lifestyle tip. https://www.wisepay.co.uk/store/generic/template….

          • PoofAgain says:

            Ummm….because he was a senile phony and you fell for it? That right there is reason enough to attack the old worthless goat.<—Uh oh, didn't mean to arouse you.

          • Roger says:

            Ummm, because you're a graceless ill mannered shrew that thinks if you repeat it often enough it becomes true?

          • trustfunded says:

            You mean like your "posse" comments?

          • Roger says:

            If I did, I would have said so.

          • PoofAgain says:

            Don't leave out "ill mannered shrew" and the "broom" references. It's odd he doesn't use derogatory words in dealing with men…he insults, but still leaves the door ajar just a bit.

          • Roger says:

            If a man behaved as badly as you I would, and I do. If you count Alinsky as a man. I don't.
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55cXVve0Ipw

      • TheNewsMadd says:

        So you claim myself and Mr. Liberty left garbage comments.

        They were on topic

        • Roger says:

          And they are gone. so your opinion must not be accurate.

          • TheNewsMadd says:

            SL corrected the mistake after it was pointed out.

            Maybe if you came here for the stories instead of trying to spam the place you would have noticed that

          • Roger says:

            And here you are complaining about a site instead of just voting with your feet and taking the rest of the posse with you.

          • Mr. Liberty says:

            Umm the opinions were very accurate. Stop trying to attack Wee over it. The story was wrong plain and simple. Both of us said we still like the site, but there was a mistake. It happens. Since the admin never gave a reason for deleting the comments we are left to speculation.

  11. JIM says:

    ROGER and associates, why are your trashing this site with garbage comments?

  12. JIM says:

    ROGER and associates, why are you spamming this site with trash comments?

  13. JIM says:

    ATTENTION Storyleak monitors:
    ROGER and his associates need to be banned for trashing your site with trash comments.
    They rarely discuss and debate your subject.
    They use your site as a playground

  14. Mr.Lincoln says:

    Jul 30, 2014 Vladimir Putin on US Sanctions and Ukraine – English Subs

    Vladimir Putin on US Sanctions and Ukraine, right after his return from the South America Tour.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBSzJ2wzb0s#t=17

  15. Roger says:

    It is upsetting, on a visceral level.

    And its' clear that it wasn't the plane's fault, what ever the source I am glad it was recorded so that this incident isn't swept under the rug.

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