Malaysia’s Latest Wishful Thinking on MH370

March 25, 2014

By Cole

If only wishing could make it so.

Malaysia’s prime minister announced yesterday that they’re presuming everyone on Flight MH370 perished in the southern Indian Ocean, based on some brand-new way to analyze the data that British satellite firm Inmarsat collected.

So, with no debris and based on some one-off calculation whose accuracy has never been tested, what’s next? To end the search because it’s getting too pricey?

If information about the pings can be believed, the story is that the plane probably flew until it ran out of fuel, then fell out of the sky. It must have hit the water pretty hard, which in other crashes has left bits of plane all over the place.

Hell, even RMS Titanic, SITTING on the water, left a huge debris field that was found by ships without any high-tech tracking devices, because large objects like planes and ships hold a lot of buoyant materials, and they tend to escape as the thing sinks and breaks up under pressure.

But somehow MH370 sliced through the water clean and intact, leaving not enough of anything for anybody to find and positively identify.

Now it seems that even China, who has seemed unusually quiet in spite of being home to nearly 2/3 of the passengers on board, is getting suspicious, demanding to see the satellite data in question. Does China have another theory about what happened?

At this point, I might consider the possibility that the plane was shot down, after it lost contact and veered off course, by some country that refuses to confess. The backlash over killing innocent civilians for no good reason would be terrible

If the Malaysian government is sincere about one thing in this matter, it seems to be in wishing to make all those screaming relatives shut up and go away, and I think they’ll say whatever it takes to make that happen.

But until I see definitive proof from the Indian Ocean, I still don’t think we’ve seen the last of that plane, and it won’t be a pile of debris.


Are MH370 Searchers on Squirrel Hunts?

March 23, 2014

By Cole

This week we learned that Malaysia Flight 370 flew more than 6 hours after it stopped communicating, performing maneuvers that required consciousness and skill. So all suspicion shifted to the 2 pilots.

That’s because China quickly declared its 152 citizens onboard couldn’t possibly be terrorists, and we know China’s word on security matters is golden. Michelle Obama and the girls are over there now to prove how much we love and trust China.

And those 2 Iranians traveling on stolen passports with one-way tickets bought with cash were also dismissed immediately. Nope, nothing suspicious about them.

So two pilots whose personal lives, by all accounts, seemed normal and on track just up and decided to kill themselves and 237 people after taking one last extended joy ride.

NBC correspondent Robert Hager doesn’t buy it. And neither do I.

In this post-9/11 era, where government spies supposedly know everything about everybody, and we have satellites that spotted Osama bin Laden walking around his compound, we’re supposed to believe that a jet liner can make itself disappear in thin air and fly for thousands of miles without ANYBODY noticing.

I still believe the plane took the northern route and flew over a bunch of dicey countries who are playing it close to the chest because they’re involved OR they’re too ashamed to admit they let this huge mysterious aircraft fly over and didn’t bat an eye. Would YOU blab to the world you got caught with your pants self-defenses down?

Personally, I think many countries (including the U.S.) know a LOT more, and the truth is so damning, they’re willing to lie and play this elaborate charade to keep the media distracted with “something” while they figure out what to do about who’s got the plane.

Just today, the French took their turn throwing the stick for the media to fetch. “Deploy the fleet. There’s a wooden pallet in the water!”

It’s simply too loony to believe that ANYBODY, either a deranged pilot or terrorists, would choose to “make a statement” by ditching a plane where nobody could ever find it or determine who caused it to crash.

Plenty of countries in that part of the world would love to get their paws on a fully-functioning aircraft they could load up with bombs and use to launch a more spectacular attack than 9/11 — and do it while our backs are turned looking for squirrels in the Indian Ocean.


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