May 20, 2015
One of the reasons I visited the MH17 crash area in April 2015 was my desire to verify the authenticity of the only two existing photos showing a smoke plume claimed to be generated by a Buk missile.
Continue reading “MH17 – ‘Buk launch photo’s’ are cheats”
March 21, 2015
A Ukrainian source published new information about MH17. The source claims shrapnel from a missile fired by a Buk-M1-2, a launcher only used by Russia, was found in parts of the wreckage stored for reconstruction at Dutch Air Force Base Gilze-Rijen.
Continue reading “MH17 – Dutch investigation compromised by Ukrainian researchers”
UPDATE Febr. 5, 2015
Mr. Charles Wood analyzed Bellingcat article Examining the MH17 Launch Smoke Photographs written by Daniel Romein. I chose to post the entire analysis unedited in this post.
Continue reading “Bellingcat UNdeletes response Charles Wood”
January 11, 2015
A preliminary assessment of Correctiv’s, Der Spiegel’s and Algemeen Dagblad’s article on the BUK system that downed MH17
by Henk van der Kamp
Continue reading “AD – Spiegel – Correctiv”
January 6, 2015
John Kerry: “We saw the hit, we saw plane disappear”
“We saw the take-off. We saw the trajectory, we saw the hit. We saw this aeroplane disappear from the radar screens. So there is really no mystery about where it came from and where these weapons have come from.”
Continue reading “MH17 – Lying by Omission”
December 11, 2013
“They died with a bullet hole in the back of their heads”
Guest writer Hendi Jo
Takokak, Cigunung Tugu Cemetery of Heroes (photo taken November 2013)
Yusup Supardi stares at the ground. Then he lifts his face and takes a deep breath. He smiles as he tries to control his emotions.
Continue reading “Horror in Takokak”
December 2, 2013
Raymond (the Turk) Westerling had a license to kill during the 1947 counter-insurgency operation in South-Celebes during the Indonesian war of independence. The Dutch government gave him carte blanche to restore ‘law and order’.
Continue reading “On which Majesty’s Secret Service?”
November 27, 2013
At the beginning of the Indonesian war of independence in 1945 between 3,500 and 30,000 (mostly Indo) Dutch were butchered by violent gangs. Two major Dutch newspapers last week printed the following headline: Continue reading “Bersiap = Genocide”
October 16, 2013
Jawa Pos, Front page. Gunawan Sutanto, Jakarta
Max van der Werff from The Netherlands tries to find old traces of the Indonesian Independence war.
Found one of the victims from torturing in Sutodjajan alive
Continue reading ““Forgiven, but never forgotten.””
October 12, 2013 – Surabaya
Youth from Surabaya, accompanied by members of the Dutch-Indo community and Dutch veteran Anton van Apeldoorn put flowers on the graves of Dutch citizens killed during the bersiap period in 1945.
Continue reading “Indonesian Youth honour Dutch victims of bersiap 1945”
August 15, 2013
In 2004 “the greatest Dutchman of all times” was elected. Wilhelm von Nassau und Schloss Dillenburg won the contest. Remarkable, because Wilhelm and his brother Adolf are as Dutch as Würstl mit Sauerkraut. They were Germans.
Continue reading “Sukarno: the greatest Dutchman of all times”