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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The British woman on the radio on the downed MH17 urged to stop anti-Russian propaganda

Scandalous left the airwaves, dedicated to the downed “Boeing” MH17, in the UK. Caller a resident of “foggy Albion” called to stop the propaganda against Russia. She said that “Putin – the bad guy”, but the United Kingdom is waging war around the world, unlike Russia.

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On LBC radio in the UK has reached the listener, who live called for an end to propaganda against Russia.

The broadcast was dedicated to discussion of shot down in 2014, of the Boeing MH17 in the Donbas. Earlier, the international Commission published a report on the matter, which States that the airliner was shot down from the territory of the militia is “Beech”, which was first brought from Russia, and then drove back. The Russian authorities have categorically denied this information.

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According to Sunday Express, the British announced that tired of anti-Russian propaganda. In her opinion, too much. Stunned by the leader tried to parry, saying the UK is not hit by passenger planes, and received the answer: the British government “is even worse, become immersed in conflicts around the world.”

“Putin is not a “good guy,” says Yvonne, “but” we are spread out across the globe as oil, carrying out intervention around the world.” “Putin does,” said the listener.

According to her, in the UK, “too much propaganda”. “We like lunatics, marching to war,” – bitterly she said.

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