Garbage In – Gospel Out

7 November 2017

 

“MH17 Witness appeal”

Dutch police on the 19th of October 2017 open sourced an image showing a Buk Telar. Information given about the photograph: “probably taken on July 17, 2014 in the town of Makeevka, Ukraine”. (Source)

The appeal: “JIT requests anyone who has any kind of information about the picture, the vehicles on it and the location where the picture was taken to contact the JIT.”

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MH17 en die andere onderste steen

Dag 1193

22 oktober 2017
Max van der Werff

Het gaat goed met het onderzoek. Dat vertelde Fred Westerbeke (hoofd van het MH17 Joint Investigation Team) in een interview met het Russische blad Novaya Gazeta.
Het is vanwege meerdere redenen een opmerkelijk interview. In deze tweet met link naar MH17 – even als Nederlanders onder elkaar leg ik uit dat Nederland precies doet wat het Rusland verwijt. Maar er is veel meer aan de hand.

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MH17 – Als ik Premier was

30 juli 2016 – Max van der Werff

Nee, zelf heb ik geen geliefde verloren door de aanslag op MH17. God zij dank niet. Wel nachtmerries gehad met terugkerende beelden van het levenloze lichaam van een van mijn dochters. Zij lag tussen de zonnebloemen in een veld niet ver van Grabovo. De tranen en het zout op mijn lippen waren echt.

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MH17 & Academic Fraud

Publishing date 28 July 2016
Max van der Werff

“Russian Images of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Were Altered, Report Finds”

“MOSCOW – A group of arms control researchers have determined that two images released by the Russian government, ostensibly to help clarify why a civilian airliner was shot down two years ago, were digitally altered using Photoshop before being posted online.”
(New York Times 15 July 2016)

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MH17 – Paris NO Match

October 15, 2015 (updated Oct. 25)
Sergey Mastepanov

Time to read —45 minutes

There are four photos and three videos showing the alleged rebel’s Buk. Only the “Paris Match” photos show this Buk at a close distance, which a group of investigative journalists named Bellingcat uses as proof that Buk came from Russia because of “Buk’s fingerprints.” These photos look clearly photoshopped to the naked eye. The characteristics of the other photos (Torez and Snizhne), which appeared in the social media and are also used by Bellingcat, suggest that Buk and some other vehicles could have been easily added there with the help of Photoshop.

The aim of this article is to show with pictures the areas of Donetsk “Paris Match” photos, which point out that they are fake, to show how approximately they were made, to show examples how Buk could have been added in the other two photos, to point out who uses the fake “Paris Match” photos and Bellingcat’s flawed analysis as evidence, and to provide other information.


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