Saturday, May 17, 2014

MH370 shot down in South China Sea - gains traction

First book on MH370 mystery blames US war games


One theory: Flight MH370 posits that there was a cover-up.

Seventy-one days after Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared, the first book about the disaster will go on sale on Monday with a theory about what might have happened.

And as the international search continues for the aircraft Irene Burrows, the Queensland mother who lost her son and daughter-in-law on the flight, said it was too soon for a book.

Flight MH370 The Mystery, which is made available by NewSouth Books in Sydney, doesn't claim to have any answers but to some extent supports the theory that the aircraft may have been accidentally shot down during a joint Thai-US military exercise in the South China Sea. Searchers were then possibly led in the wrong direction to cover up the mistake, it suggests.

''In an age where a stolen smart phone can be pinpointed to any location on earth, the vanishing of this aircraft and 227 passengers is the greatest mystery since the Mary Celeste,'' the publicity for the book reads.

The Sun-Herald is the first media outlet in Australia to see the work, written by author and journalist Nigel Cawthorne. It records the events, emotions and theories unfolding on a backdrop of fruitless searches.

Cawthorne says in the introduction that ''almost certainly'' relatives will never be sure what happened to their loved ones.

''Did they die painlessly, unaware of their fate? Or did they die in terror in a flaming wreck, crashing from the sky in the hands of a madman?''

He says this raises the significance that around the time the plane's transponder went off at 01.21, New Zealander Mike McKay, working on an oil rig in the Gulf of Thailand, saw a burning plane. He links that to the joint Thai-US military exercise going on in the South China Sea with personnel from China, Japan, Indonesia and other countries.

''The drill was to involve mock warfare on land, in water and in the air, and would include live-fire exercises,'' he writes.

''Say a participant accidentally shot down Flight MH370. Such things do happen. No one wants another Lockerbie [Pan Am flight 103 by terrorists in 1988 allegedly in retaliation for a US Navy strike on an Iranian commercial jet six months earlier], so those involved would have every reason to keep quiet about it.''

He suggests through anonymous and contradictory sources, they might release misinformation, leading people to search in the wrong place in an environment so hostile that it would be unlikely anything would ever be found.

''After all, no wreckage has been found in the south Indian Ocean, which in itself is suspicious,'' Cawthorne writes.

''Now I'm not saying that's what happened but if a black box is found, who is to say that it is from Flight MH370? Another black box could have been dropped in the sea 1000 miles from Perth while the search was going on in the South China Sea. In these circumstances, with the amount of disinformation abroad, it is best to be sceptical.''

Ms Burrows, the mother of Brisbane man Rod Burrows who was travelling with his wife, Mary, said on Friday the book was premature.

''Nobody knows what happened so why would anyone want to put out a book at this stage?'' she said.

''There's absolutely no answers. It's devastating for the families. It's 10 weeks tomorrow and there's nothing,'' she said.

''There are so many theories that I only want to believe one, that they were all unconscious and didn't know what was going on.

''That's my only theory. That keeps me sane. All I want is for somebody to find a bit of plane. My husband wants a black box and I want a bit of plane to let me know just where they are.''

Penguin will soon release a book on the mystery to be written by aviation author Christine Negroni. She wrote Deadly Departure on TWA Flight 800, about a plane that crashed in the Atlantic near New York in 1996, killing 230.

Writing on her blog she says she has discussed the flight with French air accident investigator Olivier Ferrante.

He told her: ''So far it is a crash with no airplane, no bodies, no crash site, no physical evidence. It is a virtual crash until a piece of wreckage is found.''

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All the bullshit still doesn't add up 3 days after the MH370 crash.

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Ashley Kenneth A.C.T_B42Late
Airline Crashes Truth Movement
- Gary Lambert
Safety Is Not An Option Movement.
Joint Statement 001 on 11 March 2014

Irresponsible MAS & Inept Malaysian government emergency response. Alternatively, even without knowing the crash location, absence of emergency tracking or radio contact, MAS need not wait and hope that by some miracles, the “lost plane” could somehow land safely at Beijing. That would be totally na├»ve wishful thinking. The entire MAS management should be sacked and charged for criminal misconduct. What were they thinking? Six hours of no communication and radar detection. Still denying the plane had crashed at a presser more than 9 hours later. Were MAS trying to rescue survivors or denying their paying customers the right to survive?

Why are some elements of the mainstream media, Transport, Defence and Security Ministries, irresponsibly promoting unfounded ridiculous theories and widening the SAR area, instead of focusing on the most probable? Obvious, the big elephant in the room was totally ignored.

The one and only one probable cause of an “instant total” breakdown of all communication and electronic devices and no immediate explosion in the vicinity of LCL, is an EMP attack. An EMP attack specifically targeted on MH370 and not any other jetliners in the busy air route. The EMP attack could be delivered by a laser weapon on a stealth vehicle (stealth drone, plane, vessel or submarine). Although the destruction of the jetliner may not be immediate like a missile hit, it would jam all electronic devices from communicating to the air-control system or giving any kind of distress signals. The crew would have no control at all. That would explain why MH370 could travel another 507 km for more than 30 minutes, without giving any distress calls. It would also explain the mysterious “turn-back” detected by the Defense Radar system. It wasn't MH370 turning back but the “interference” of the laser beams.

If MH370 was the target of an EMP attack, there must be huge global-local issues and motives. Obviously, there are plenty. They will be detailed out in future joint statements by A.C.T. B42Late and S.I.N.A.O.M.
Innocent civilians should not be used as Human Shields or Human Sacrifices for any commercial, political, religious or racial motives. We demand an end to all drone strikes, fracking, EMP space weapons, climate change geo-engineering and any induced natural calamities (earthquakes, hurricanes, typhoons, droughts, abnormal blizzards, floods etc) or mega-accidents. Our prayers and condolences to all the relatives, friends and loved ones of the MH370 victims on this 3rd Anniversary of the Fukushima Nuclear disaster.
Date: 11 March, 2014.

breaking: MH370 vaporised by DEW, latest laser weapon technolgy.

Although DEW or any kind of laser weapons can vaporise a plane, it is not possible to vaporise all of a big plane like the Boeing 777 when it is at cruising speed (0.8 Mach) and altitude. Perhaps more than 90% were vaporised. Still 10% is a lot of debris.

But most difficult to vaporise is the jet fuel. Carrying 7 hours of jet fuel, about 20,000 gallons would spill off as soon as cracks appear in the disintegration process. You just can't vaporise liquid jet fuel spewing out of the fuel tanks at 35,000ft.

Was the Search & Rescue (SAR) operation deliberately delayed for the waiting naval vessels to mop up the larger debris? But without the visible booms to contain the spreading oil, it was left to the M'sian authorities to summarily deny the oil slicks were from the MH370 jet liner. Did they test on the real crash scene samples or just any oil found near the beaches?

But coincidence is such an abused word nowadays. What are the chances of 2 major oil slicks occurring on the 8th of March independently of the plane crash? Even if there were pipelines (and there were none) leaking oil, it would still be highly suspicious. Let's not talk about vessels illegally discharging waste oily water. The oil slick patterns are vastly different.

Why wasn't the source of the massive oil spill investigated deeper? 20,000 gallons is no chicken feed. The tourists and fishermen at the beaches of Koh Samui and Rayong in Thailand can attest to seeing substantial amount of oil pollution at their favourite fishing and swimming spots at about the right time of arrival from the real crash scene in South China Sea where the US-Malaysian navies were conveniently conducting exercises.

If these oil slicks were not from MH370, weren't the authorities interested in finding who leaked the oil at the same time as the MH370 crash?

MH370 'accidentally shot down'

SYDNEY - The first book about missing flight MH370 suggests it may have been shot down during a military exercise and the accident is being covered up, it was reported on Sunday.

Flight MH370 - the Mystery, written by Anglo-American author Nigel Cawthorne, cites anonymous sources to suggest that misinformation was released so the search would concentrate on the wrong area, The Sun-Heraldnewspaper reported.

The book published by Sydney group New South cites a claim by New Zealander Mike McKay that he saw a burning plane from the oil rig he was working on in the Gulf of Thailand on March 8, the day the plane went missing.

Cawthorne links the supposed sighting to joint Unietd States military exercises in the region at the time.

Cawthorne writes if MH370 was accidentally shot down during live fire exercises "those involved would have every reason to keep quiet about it."

He even suggests that if a flight black box is found it could be a fake planted by those involved in the coverup. But, he added, "I'm not saying that's what happened." The book goes on sale Monday.

Meanwhile, the Australian navy ship Ocean Shield is waiting for repairs to be done to the submersible sonar Bluefin 21 before it can resume the search in the southern Indian Ocean.

The Joint Agency Coordination Centre running the Indian Ocean search had no comment about the new book. Plane MH370 Conspiracy Theory Goes Viral: Was Passenger Jet Shot Down By American Military Forces?
The Huffington Post UK  |  Posted:   |  Updated: 24/04/2014 12:59 BST

Since flight MH370 went missing more than a month ago, a plethora of bizarre theories about what happened to the plane have flooded Internet – from it being hijacked and sent to Afghanistan, to alien abduction.

But as far as conspiracy theories go, this one is quite extreme. A former oil company executive turned author has suggested America could have shot down the missing Malaysia Airlines plane - and is now trying to cover it up.

John Chuckman believes that the US must have gunned down the jetliner accidentally, or intentionally, and is now trying to cover up its activities. There has, so far, been no such evidence that America was involved in the disappearance of the plane.

Chuckman wrote on OpEdNews, "Could it be that the US shot down flight MH370, either accidentally or deliberately, and now wants to keep it secret?

"The possibility of recovery of the full wreckage, even if its location were found from 4 miles under the sea among underwater mountains is extremely remote at best, so the US can remain confident that physical evidence will never emerge."

Chuckman noted, "There would be nothing unprecedented in such an act: on at least three occasions, regrettably, America's military has shot down civilian airliners."

"I have no idea what event (a rogue pilot, a hijacker?) led to Flight MH370 turning off its communications, changing course, and flying low, but I do know that the event could not have gone unnoticed by America's military-intelligence eyes and ears."

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