It is more than two years since MH370 literally vanished into thin air and we are still none the wiser about what really happened to the plane and it’s passengers and crew. There have been a few pieces of wreckage washed up around the shores of the Indian Ocean and now this signal analysis, but to be quite frank, I don’t believe any of it, I think it’s just disinfo, part of the psyop. I don’t believe the official story that the plane turned south and flew out into the empty southern oceans until it ran out of fuel and crashed into the sea to never be seen again, I never have.
So what do I think happened to MH370? To be brutally honest, I don’t know and in the absence of any concrete evidence I am reluctant to even make a guess. There have been a handful of tantalising pieces of circumstantial evidence that points to a very different narrative to the official one. Notorious Israeli disinfo mouthpiece Christopher Bollyn gave us a big fat clue that his Israeli masters were at least partly involved when he wrote a mysterious article about a Boeing painted in Malaysian Airlines livery being stored awaiting an unknown purpose in a hangar in Israel.
Most of the rest of the most intriguing clues to the MH370 case are actually part of the MH17 story – a virtually identical Boeing of the same Malaysian Airlines that crashed into a field in Ukraine. As someone who rarely believes in coincidences, I believe that the MH370 and MH17 cases are linked, and probably very directly linked. I won’t go so far as to state that I believe, as some do, that MH370, after disappearing, was next seen in smoking pieces in a Ukrainian field pretending to be MH17, but I will go as far as to say that I am very open to the possibility of that being the case.
VT published a story that originally appeared in a French publication that alleged that the bodies from the MH17 crash glowed in the twilight as they lay in that Ukrainian field and that this luminescent glow was caused by the formaldehyde that the bodies had been preserved in – the implication being that these were the bodies of the passengers of MH370. That story has never been fully verified, neither have the rumours that many of the bodies were clearly Chinese (most of the MH370 passengers were Chinese) or that the bodies were already quite rotten when they hit the ground. A refridgerated train was brought in to move the bodies into with the reason given that in the hot summer weather, putrefaction was setting in, which could support the theory too.
Ultimately, there are still far too many unknowns in both the MH370 and MH17 cases for us to be able to form a solid hypothesis of what really happened; however, when it comes to who did it, there are some more pieces of circumstantial evidence to consider. Firstly, Malaysia had hosted a war crimes tribunal in it’s capital, Kuala Lumpur that found both the state of Israel and a senior Israel general guilty of crimes against humanity for the massacres at the Sabbra and Shattila refugee camps in the 1980s, that fact provides a significant motive. Secondly, flight MH17 supposedly originated at Schiphol airport which is notorious as the hub of the Israeli international arms smuggling/dealing operation, a Mossad base and were the security is in the hands of infamous Israeli security company (or should that be Mossad front) ICTS.
Until more solid evidence comes along, we remain largely in the dark about the true story of the two Malaysian Airlines flights; however, we can say with a fair degree of certainty that this new release of signal analysis by the Australians is just another part of the cover-up and can be disregarded as evidence.
‘MH370 fell out of sky after engine failure’
Australian defence scientists who analysed signals from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have revealed the Boeing 777 fell very fast before crashing into the Indian Ocean off the coast of western Australia.
Australian media reported on Tuesday that data analysis and manufacturer simulations showed it was likely the aircraft lost engine power before falling out of the sky at a rate of up to 20,000 feet per minute on March 8, 2014, Xinhua news agency reported.
An aircraft attempting a regular landing – or a crash landing in water – would descend at a rate of around 2,000 feet per minute, raising doubts over previous predictions that the plane “landed” intact in the water before breaking up, the analysts said.
Australian scientists believed that prior to its final moments, the jet made a number of automated “handshake” signals with satellites on the ground near Perth in Western Australia.
After six of those handshakes, a seventh, out-of-sequence signal came from the jet, indicating engine failure likely from lack of fuel.
The data gives life to the theory that MH370 fell out of the sky, and did not glide to a final crash-landing spot in the Indian Ocean.
Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) chief commissioner Greg Hood said the scientists’ analysis of the signals closely matched a flight scenario in which there was no pilot at the controls at the point of impact – in contrast to previous theories about how MH370 went down.
Hood said the signal data meant MH370 likely crashed in the 120,000-square-km search area now being combed by Australian authorities.
If the aircraft had glided to a final resting place – as previous theories had hinted – the plane may have gone down outside of the current search area.
MH370 was a scheduled passenger flight from Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing. It had 239 passengers and crew on board when it disappeared on March 8, 2014.
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