A German news organisation has claimed that Western media are falsely accusing Russia of shooting down Malaysian airliner MH17 in a cover-up aimed at concealing the truth of what really happened.
The Propagandaschau website claims that no evidence exists proving Russia were responsible for downing flight MH17, and that the mainstream media are hiding important information from the public.
Soon after the crash of the MH17 flight, Western media began their “propaganda battle” in which Donbass militia forces and Russia were accused of the tragedy. There was so much hype created but the facts are still so scarce that it is impossible to get rid of the impression that there is a deliberate plot to try and hide something, the German outlet noted.
In comparison, Propagandaschau recalls that during the investigation of the crash of the Germanwings passenger plane, the perpetrators were identified within the next few days.
Meanwhile, all the important information that could be established regarding flight MH17 has been withheld and silenced, the author noted.
Propagandaschau also points out that the Western media does not even try to acquire disclosure of relevant data, such as the testimony of flight recorders, radar and the satellite data of the US and NATO or the information on the air corridor and air traffic controllers.
There is also a lack of autopsy results and no information over the examination of the wreckage.
Instead of a detailed investigation of the crash, the Western media publishes frivolous nonsense, which at best should be published on social networks. It lacks skilled analysis and is done solely based on shady reports with references that try and blame Russia, Propagandaschau concludes.
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