In a serie of blogposts I will show how Yana Yerlashova, a former Kremlin funded RT journalist, and Dutch blogger Max van der Werff present all kind of nonsense on MH17 with the intention to spread disinformation.
They use their company or label Bonanza Media for this. Hence the ‘You have been Bonanzaed’ like in ‘You have been fooled’.
This is example 1. The whole serie can be read here.
In the trailer of the documentary released July 6 the couple suggested the Dutch secret service wanted to prevent their work. Yana in the fragment states “Our work was interrupted by Dutch secret service”. A shot made by a secretly placed camera shows two men, one seems to be angry.
However, no word about a supposed visit by the Dutch secret service in the actual documentary released at July 17. The item starts with mentioning Dutch lawyer Bob van der Goen. Yana Yerlashova talked to him around 4 years ago. Van der Goen in December 2014 wrote a letter to Dutch PM Rutte requesting to transfer the criminal investigation to the United Nations. Yerlashova in the July 2019 docu suggests the lawyer is being pressured by the Dutch government not to talk.
Now the two man in the apartment where Van der Goen lives are “two strangers” according Yerlashova!
What happened to the earlier claim these men were working for the Dutch secret service?
The purpose of the interview with the two ‘strangers’ is not made clear. A close-up of the television screen shown during the interview reveals more details. The channel is business TV CNBC. We see a date of November 20, Thursday. The only year on which November 20 was on a Thursday was 2014. Also the short hair of Yerlashova in this clip makes clear this was filmed in 2o14.
The two men in November 2014 advised Van der Goen not to talk to Yerlashova a second time. Instead they went to see Yerlashova to have a talk to her. They requested Yerlashova not to use the interview with Van der Goen made earlier in 2014. One of the two men is Dutch businessman Ed Sinke. The docu shows his business card and phone number. The company name on the business card shows ‘Sentent BV’. This company went bankrupt in August 2015. Van der Werff tried to call Sinke on his mobile phone but was not able to talk to him. That is logical as Van der Werff calls a phonenumber of an old business card used almost 5 years ago.
Van der Werff then says:
“We have not been able to reach the lawyer either. Hopefully everything is okay with him.”
A lot of nonsense. Two representatives of a Dutch lawyer who regrets cooperating with Yerlashova are presented in the trailer as people working for the Dutch secret service. Lawyer Van der Goen does not want to cooperate with notorious Yana Yerlashova anymore and regrets his interview. This is twisted by suggesting something might have happened to the laywer.