Whitewash – picture source
Almost a month after Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, flight MH370 mysteriously went missing without trace on a routine flight, after weeks of intensive searching turning up no sign of the huge aircraft or its two hundred plus passengers, suddenly we, the long suffering punters are being told that the case of disappeared aircraft has been solved.
Having performed the technically impossible feat of vanishing off radar in relatively busy airspace (the aircrew cannot switch off radar, it is controlled by civilian and military aviation authorities, not by the pilot and co pilot on board each flight) we are asked to believe the plane then flew over a thousand miles into the middle of nowhere and ditched the airliner in a bizarre suicide committed by the pilot acting alone.
You just couldn’t make this shit up, I mean nobody would believe such a chain of events could happen, not even “long ago and far away in a galaxy on the other side of the universe”. Yes, even Star Wars fans would object to such a story line.
Never mind though, this unlikely scenario was made the basis for a search and rescue operation on an unprecedented scale, combing through over 30,000 nautical miles, involving 60 ships and 50 aircraft all in an effort to find a clue, a lifejacket, a bit of polystyrene, a boxed set of Lost, a corpse riddled with American made machine gun bullets, that had been carried by currents from the proximity of Diego Garcia, where according to unofficial reports the aircraft was headed when radar contact ceased, anything that might enable the authorities to claim it was evidence that a Boeing 777 had crashed into the water in that area.
Earlier this week Malaysian authorities made the dramatic announcement that they had finally found the aircraft, without any debris sighting having proved positive. On cue, global mainstream media outlets ran continuous coverage on Monday March 24th of this week, showing stock footage of men looking rather intensely out the window of Royal Australian Air Force P-3 on a routine reconnaissance flight, at a trail of smoke hanging over the water. They failed to tell viewers this was merely a “smoke marker”, placed there (no doubt for the benefit of cameras) to mark the spot where “experts” guessed a mucky, whitish object sighted on a grainy satellite pictures might have actually been.
As no wreckage was produced to prove the location of flight 370’s watery grave was found in the area, we can only assume that what the people who studied the satellite image thought was wreckage from the white painted fuselage of the Boeing 777, was in fact nothing but a whitewash slick.
Flight 370 The CIA Hoax: Gordon Duff
Today we are told that the fate of Flight 370 is known, not yet identified debris has been spotted in what is called the Southern Indian Ocean, perhaps more appropriately described as north of Antarctica.
We also know that the 777/200 is a fly by wire aircraft with controls in place that allow the CIA to remotely pilot the plan in case of emergency. We were able to verify the design and implementation of this system through Boeing, Raytheon and commercial pilots.
The descriptions today in the New York Times and other publications are purposefully inaccurate and contradictory. Their explanations of how commercial aircraft communicate and are tracked are fanciful at best, at worst criminal.
When Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was reported as having crashed in the South China Sea, a massive cover up began yet no one will speak of it, nothing is written of it and its broad consequences are a subject of no investigation.
While people around the world were told the plane was lost or crashed, it was being monitored by NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) and its regional defense partners through secret systems installed in the plane.
Covering up 8000 square miles of empty ocean
Missing Aircraft: Does This Ring Any Bells
Another airliner carrying a large number of civilian passengers has gone missing in the area between Indonesia and Malaysia. Here is what is known so far from the news feeds. As you read it, make a not of how far you get before the bells start ringing.