There are only two suspects in the shoot-down of the MH17 Malaysian airliner over Ukraine on July 17th: the separatist rebels, whom the Ukrainian Government charge had shot it down mistaking it for one of the Ukrainian Air Force bombers that routinely drop bombs onto the separatists and their families and indiscriminately onto everyone else in that region; or otherwise the Ukrainian Air Force itself, as a means for President Obama to be able to win increased international sanctions against Russia for Russia's support of those blamed rebels.
That's it, and that's all.
One of these two suspects, the Ukrainian Government, was granted by the other three member-states of the official MH17 'investigating' commission, a veto-power over anything that's written into that 'investigating' report.
In other words, basically what exists is this:
The Ukrainian Government gets to write the official 'investigation' report on that 'accident.' The other three Obama-allied nations will place their signatures onto it -- or else there simply won't be any such 'final report.'
This agreement on Ukraine's veto-power was signed on August 8th, by Ukraine, Australia, Belgium, and Netherlands, the four member-nations of the official 'investigation.'
This fact, of a Ukrainian veto, was made public on August 12th, in an obscure Ukrainian announcement.
Then, on August 23rd, the first English-language news report on it was published at Global Research.
The very next day, the present writer published a news-report placing that secret agreement into a fuller context.
And, on November 20th, Russian Television reported that the four-member 'investigating' team are still refusing to say anything about the earlier news reports that the Ukrainian Government possesses this veto-power.
Do Western Governments, and their now (in the wake of Obama's coup) client-state of Ukraine, really think that the public are so stupid as not to recognize that this is an admission by the West (i.e., by the U.S. President and his various international stooges) that Russia was framed by themselves and their colleague U.S. client-states, into those economic sanctions?
That's the basic question, now, isn't it?
How many 'reporters' in the Western 'news' media are asking it? Why do their bosses refuse to allow them to ask it?
Here is why: If 'journalists' don't report it, then who's to blame, for the public's not knowing it, isn't really their respective public (as any elite likes to claim: "Democracy is really just mobocracy"), but is instead those 'news' media themselves, for hiding this important information from them. So: that's what the 'news'-elite wants -- an ignorant or misinformed public, a public that can be led around by the nose, like animals to their slaughter.
Western diplomacy has become a scam, basically. Russia faces economic sanctions for what Obama did. And that's the news that none of the Western 'news' media will report.