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FFWN: Malaysia, Russia accuse US of false flags

False Flag News

1) Malaysia accuses US/EU/Ukraine of MH-17 false flag

2) Ron Paul: US ‘likely hiding truth’ on downed Malaysian Flight MH17

3) CDC owns Ebola patent

4) Ebola threat: Real or false flag?

5) Russian Health Official:  Ebola = biowar?

6) AE911Truth putting up 9/11 truth billboards

7) AE911Truth debate challenge

8) Richard Clarke may have been a key player in 9/11


10) The Kevin Ryan Paradox: Prove it false by accepting it as true: 

11) Kevin Ryan and J911S

12) ISIS take possession of 88lbs of uranium

13) Did McCain meet with pseudo-“Caliph” al-Baghdadi?  (2 slides)

Iraq War Redux

14) US bombs Iraq, may re-invade

15) PM al-Maliki ousting President Massoum (?)

HAMAS defeats Israel in Gaza war

17) Mohammed Daif: HAMAS mastermind who defeated Israel–deif/

18) Gazans return to find homes leveled 

19) Penelope Cruz blacklisted for protest over Gaza

 20) U.S. Implicated in Israeli War Crimes? A Legal Analysis by Marjorie Cohn

21) Ban Ki-Moon working with Israel

Putin patiently defeating US aggression in Ukraine

22) Putin’s plan to deal with American economic/political aggression


23) Another police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri

24) New California gun law impossible to meet

Odds & Ends

25) More fallout from Fukushima

26) Runaway teen lives undetected at Texas Wal-Mart

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  1. Anonymous

    Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Passengers’ Bank Accounts Being Accessed Unknowingly, Money Goes Missing- Report
    Even after five months, missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 remains a mystery. The flight disappeared on March 8, 2014 after losing contact with the radar. In shocking twist of events, the cops have discovered that money from the bank accounts of some passengers traveling in MH370 is missing.

    According to New Straits Times, Chief Assistant Commissioner Izany Abdul Ghany of City Commercial Crime Investigation has reported that RM 111, 000 have been withdrawn from the accounts of four passengers' of now missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The doubtful bank activity was reported by a manager of the local bank.

    The report notes that the withdrawal by the unknown person was made almost four months after the airliner's disappearance on July 18, 2014. It was only during the "internal audit" the bank discovered that money from the accounts of MH370's passengers' account is missing.

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