“You think our country’s so innocent?” USA stole MH-370 and killed the passengers

Mystery solved

In the video above, taken from Veterans Today Editor Kevin Barrett’s radio show, Peter Myers discusses MH370, which we now know was likely remote-hijacked and flown to Diego Garcia by way of the Maldives. For more information, check out Peter’s MH370 web page.

Missing flight MH370 – a visual guide to the parts and debris found so far. Source: The Guardian.

Related Posts:

The views expressed herein are the views of the author exclusively and not necessarily the views of VT, VT authors, affiliates, advertisers, sponsors, partners, technicians, or the Veterans Today Network and its assigns. LEGAL NOTICE - COMMENT POLICY

Posted by on February 6, 2017, With 8441 Reads Filed under Investigations. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments Closed

4 Responses to "“You think our country’s so innocent?” USA stole MH-370 and killed the passengers"

  1. wjabbe  February 7, 2017 at 3:32 am

    Kevin: This is a good article with strong evidence. I have only skimmed it. This is not a criticism but a question: The OSS was the predecessor of the CIA in WWII. I assume you have read the book on Patton by Wilcox and the sequel in American Thinker about 2011. The evidence of the plan to murder Patton in 1945 is just as strong or more so than the MH370 evidence. General Donovan paid $10,000 to a US Military assassin to plan and carry out this plan to murder Patton. Ike and other top brass were in on the plot. The motive involved Ike’s improper treatment of POW’s after the war and Patton’s aggressive bent toward the Soviet Union. Patton was about to return home, where he was very popular, and blow the whistle on Ike in public. Had he not been murdered he likely, due to his popularity, would have been president instead of Ike. I may have missed it, but why no article about this on VT like this article about MH370? Most of the top brass did not even attend his funeral either.

    • Kevin Barrett  February 7, 2017 at 4:45 am

      Are you sure VT hasn’t discussed this? Anyway I’ll consider the topic for a future radio show.

    • Andrew_Bukanov(Russia)  February 7, 2017 at 6:16 pm

      Edward – by the end of WW II USSR had so many tanks and artillery (including BM-13, rocket launching Katyusha) and planes that it could roll over all Europe without a stop. Red Army was the greatest by number and precious experience. I don’t doubt if west had A-Bomb by that time – they would have started attack. Thanks to God and scientists – it wasn’t. Churchill gave up the plan to attack USSR.

    • bryguy  February 7, 2017 at 8:11 pm

      Interesting topic regarding Patton. I read a book a few years back called “Target Patton”. It was quite interesting and it appears as though both the OSS and the NKVD put out a hit on Patton. The assassin, who took credit for the hit was Douglas Bazata. The car crash the incapacitated Patton didn’t kill him as most here would know. He was murdered in a hospital shortly before turning home. The car crash, where I believe only he suffered significant injuries, was where Bazata employed some sort of air pressure weapon which injured his spine. He shot him with it when Patton was prone in the vehicle.
      Patton, rich, had his own intel, had watched the intentional delaying tactics of the war. He also was a supporter of the Germany army. He witnessed the intentional dividing up of scientists, facilities, resources etc. Example, told to leave x military center alone, it’s for the Soviets. He wanted to go to Moscow, using the Germans. And saw what horrible treatement the “good guys” emlployed to the defeated German’s.
      It’d be great to hear a show on this

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

From Veterans Today Network