Russian News Anchor Analyzes Evidence Pointing to US Hand in Plane Shootdown

Dmitry Kiselyov is probably the most famous face of Russian TV news. He is viewed by millions. In this video he assembles a body of evidence tending to suggest that the Russian Su-25 shot down over Syria on February 3 was most likely brought down by a US-made MANPAD. No wreckage has as yet been recovered, he avers, so at this point the evidence he presents is entirely circumstantial. Yet all of it taken together makes for a rather  foreboding and incriminating picture.

Gerry Adams, President of Sinn Féin, Calls for Irish Government to Recognize Palestine

Gerry Adams, president of the Irish Republican political party Sinn Féin, has called upon the Irish government in Dublin to recognize the state of Palestine.

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Calm Before the Storm?

Apparently a new war may be about to break out between Ukraine and the breakaway republics of the Donbass.

We might also be looking at a “calm before the storm” in Syria now as well. Another false flag chemical attack is once again being blamed on the Syrian government (don’t they ever get tired of this script?), and Rex Tillerson is now accusing Russia of bearing “ultimate responsibility” for it.

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Video: Pence Smirks as Palestinian MKs are Removed During His Knesset Speach

While you watch the video above pay particular attention as the camera zooms back into Mike Pence’s face following the altercation. The crucial segment you want to scrutinize starts at about 50 seconds in. Notice what appears to be the faint trace of a smile on the vice president’s face. I don’t think I’m exaggerating by describing it as a “smirk.”

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