Malaysia Becomes Angry About Exclusion from MH17 Investigation

Eric Zuesse

Now nearly five months after the Malaysian Airlines MH17 passenger plane got shot down in Ukraine (killing all 298 onboard), Malaysians are going public with their anger about having been excluded from the investigation-team that is to write the official report on the disaster (or possibly mass-murder).

The Malaysian Insider headlined November 26th, “Why is Malaysia not part of MH17 investigation, asks group”; and, two days later, Ulson Gunnar at New Eastern Outlook and Global Research bannered, “MH17: Malaysia’s Barring from Investigation Reeks of Cover-up.”

This was the Malaysians’ plane, and many of the victims also were Malaysian; yet, the West refuses to let the Malaysians into investigating, or even participating in the official ‘investigation’ of, this ‘disaster.’

Finally, all-too-well-mannered Malaysians are starting to cry-foul about this fishy Western dish that’s apparently in the process of being cooked up, for them, and for all of the other victims of this ‘tragedy,’ or (more likely) mega-crime (that’s being so obviously covered-up and lied-about).


Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.