Monday, March 24, 2014

Evening Update: Case NOT Closed For Flight 370

By hearing bits and pieces of the news without any depth - it seemed that the entire plane was found along with the wreckage and bodies, etc., thus putting closure on the entire incident. As it turns out, that isn't the case at all, and there are many more questions than answers. This article puts it best:

[The real question becomes - who is promoting this new "answer" and why?]

The Malaysian authorities have claimed today that Flight 370 crashed 2000 miles of the coast of Australia in the South Indian Ocean. This is not based on any physical evidence of flight wreckage, but on a supposedly new analysis of the satellite-operator’s original data, relying on minute changes in the frequency of the electronic “pings”—or attempts to link up with satellites—received from the plane during its more than six-hour flight after dropping off radar.
These alleged retro-calculations, assuming they are for real and not just made up, are of unknown reliability. The satellite communications company Inmarsat who provided the data is a British mega-contractor with well established links to the US government (as well as other governments) for both military and civilian applications.
Is this part of the cover-up? It’s not clear why it took them 17 days to come up with this “new kind” of retro-calculations, but in any case it surfaces merely days after CIA related sources attempted to aggressively push the notion that the plane was hijacked to Pakistan – one of the oldest tricks in the disinfo book. All parties involved in searches in the South Indian Ocean (Australia, Malaysia and China) refused to comment on any further details regarding their own theories of what happened to the flight, how it was taken off its original flight path and what happened to the passengers and crew.
Unless the black box is recovered and the search teams come up with substantial physical evidence in the near future, the whole spectacle today would go down as yet another distraction, this time with the clear intention of attempting to “close the case” without providing any meaningful physical evidence . The assumptions relied upon by the authorities have not been proven yet.
According to claims by a Malaysian whitleblower a week ago, the Malaysian government knew right from the start that the plane approved altitude of 45,000ft and took a sharp turn to the west before descending unevenly to 23,000ft on the approach to the island of Penang. The plane then climbed back to 35,000ft and headed northwest towards the Indian Ocean, with the final reading showing it above the tiny island of Pulau Perak in the Strait of Malacca at around 2.40am. Though they had known this all along, Malaysian authorities did not reveal this crucial information until March 15, a week after the plane’s disappearance, the official said. It also meant that Malaysia knew from the beginning that the plane — if it had crashed — was likely in the Strait of Malacca region on the west side of the country as opposed to the South China Sea on the east side, where dozens of ships and aircraft from other countries searched pointlessly for days.
So clearly the Malaysians were very interested in recovering the plane before anyone else did (for some mysterious reason) , and had no problem sending the rest of the search teams to chase the wind in the South China sea. There have been other distraction efforts and “spotted debris” leading everyone to blind allies ever since the flight disappeared. More then one government appears to have tried to disrupt the investigation and buy enough time for the plane to terminally disappear. In any case, if it indeed flew all the way to  the South Indian Ocean until it ran out of fuel and simply crashed, it could only have happened because it was Cyberjacked remotely and programmed to fly this way.

Some 150 Israeli Arabic-speaking Christians on Sunday demonstrated outside the European Union mission in Tel Aviv, demanding that the international community stop nitpicking against Israel and start combatting the severe persecution of Christians everywhere else in the Middle East.
“Nations, organizations and international missions are quick to raise an accusing finger against Israel at every opportunity,” said Father Gabriel Nadaf, spiritual father of the Israeli Christian Recruitment Forum, which organized the rally.
Those same nations and organizations “don’t life a finger against the ethnic cleansing of Christians in the Middle East,” the priest continued.

Father Nadaf went on to explain that from Syria to Egypt to Iraq to the Palestinian Authority, Christians on a daily basis suffer intimidation, harassment, desecration, coercion, torture, rape, physical abuse and murder. “According to the statistics, a Christian is murdered every five minutes [in the Middle East], and the Western world is silent about this,” he lamented.

In messages posted to its Facebook page during the Tel Aviv rally, the Israeli Christian Recruitment Forum insisted that “there is no place but Israel that is safe for Christians in the Middle East!”
While the rally was largely ignored by the mainstream Western media, the Israeli press took great interest, and forum spokesman Shadi Khalloul, a veteran of the IDF, was interviewed by various television and print media outlets.
Khalloul has spoken numerous times with Israel Today regarding the Christian awakening within Israel, and the bonds of brotherhood than bind local Christians to the Jewish people and the Jewish state.
Last month, Israel’s Knesset took the first important step toward recognizing local Christians as an independent minority separate from the Arab Muslims. Both Nadaf and Khalloul say this is necessary, since local Christians were here before the Arab Muslim conquest around 600 AD.
A growing number of Israelis, including lawmakers and opinion shapers, are likewise waking up to the strong Christian minority in their midst, a minority that has been long neglected, but which is now beginning to boldly take its place alongside the Jews.

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Gen. Benny Gantz last week said that if Israel wants a return to quieter days in its southern regions, it will eventually have to reconquer the Gaza Strip.
On Wednesday, Gantz gave a presentation at a high school in the town of Gan Yavne, situated situated adjacent to the southern port city of Ashdod, a regular target of terrorist missile crews operating out of Gaza.
Students asked Gantz if it would ever be possible to put a full stop to the rocket fire that has effectively placed some one million Israelis under a kind of long-range siege.

Gantz responded: “If we want to make sure that nothing will come from there, we need to retake Gaza.”
The general said Israel had made the strategic decision to “sleep on it,” but indicated that reconquering the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave is a very real possibility.
Several high ranking Israeli officials, including Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, were calling for just such action last week, days after Gaza-based terrorists pounded southern Israel with over 50 missiles and mortar shells.


Caver said...

Without evidence of physical derbies from a crash, this one isn't going away. It has the aroma of a cow pasture in mid spring.

NEVER, not ever, in my memory has the engineers at Boeing or AirBus been silenced like this. In one 12 hour period they went from talking and whispering to get the truth of continued flight out to Zip Lip. Total and complete silence across the board.

To believe the scenario offered by Malisia one would have to swallow so much of that cow pasture so as to be gagged. Both pilots cooperating on a suicide mission....nope. The inconsistencies and conflicting "facts" and the timing of documented events defy the conclusions publically stated by Malaysia short of physical proof.

The delaying information release and deliberate misdirection of leads by the Malaysian government...civilian, governmental, regulatory, and military...all point to extreme incompetence or worse...far worse. The actions/inactions of several other governments and regulatory agencies are questionable as well. The silence of the FBI, FAA, Boeing, and Rolls Royce scream louder that all the Malaysian "finding" put together. The silence others, such as India, registers just slightly less in decibel

The stench of that cow pasture is getting so bad its being detected far and wide.....and this one has international reaches.

Its going to be interesting. If this goes quietly under the rug, it screams volumes. If it just shifts the investigation and information output to another country or part of the world it screams volumes, just of a far different tune. If information releases continue but are divided along political or ideological lines....that is going to be scarey indeed.

Mrs.C said...

Well said dear Hubby, well said! :) I would just add one more thing. As we are in the Last Days, it is Israel that is the main focus. We watch Israel in these Prophetic days...they are the key...

And so it is with this charade regarding this horrible disappearance of this plane. What did Israel do? They are on high alert, and made strategic changes with their defense. Israel, never makes such serious changes on a rumor or a false whim uttered by some untruthful leader in Malaysia.

No, Israel knows their stuff so as to say. And as it stands, Israel probably knows A LOT more intell than the rest of these clowns...that is why they have taken such defensive actions...

WVBORN56 said...

The plot thickens! Nice addition Mrs. C. It just adds to the mountain of exploding signs that are occurring all at the same time....building to a crescendo...that ends with the trumpet blast ....and the voice that calls out to the bride...."Come up hither!"

Any day now or even better.... perhaps today!