by Scott Creighton
It’s what I said all along.
When they fabricated the story about Flight MH370 flying south for the winter from the location where it disappeared off the radar over the South China sea, where a witness reported seeing a plane burning and crashing in the night sky, where the US was holding naval drills with two cruise missile destroyers… when they fabricated the “super stealth” commercial airliner story and diverted the search area a thousand miles from anywhere one would logically look for debris.. I wrote that the plane would never be found.
And after a number of bullshit “discoveries” of parts and pieces of things that had nothing to do with Flight MH370 and spending $180 million on an ocean floor mapping project for Big Oil (under the cover of “looking for Flight 370)… they have now given up entirely on ever finding the plane and the bodies of those poor souls lost that day.
The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will be suspended if the aircraft is not found in an area now being searched, Malaysia, China and Australia said in a statement on Friday.
The Boeing 777, with 239 aboard, disappeared in March 2014 while on a flight from the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, to Beijing.
Almost $180 million ($135 million) has been spent since then on an underwater search spanning 120,000 square kilometers (46,332 square miles) in the southern Indian Ocean. Reuters
Being right has never left me feeling so empty inside.
Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 was lying in the shallow waters of the South China sea all this time. It was probably shot down accidentally by an errant cruise missile fired by one of the destroyers taking part in war-games in that area 2 years ago.
But Obama’s pivot to Asia was too important to the globalist masters of the universe to let a little mishap reshape the Asian project as it certainly would have if the truth were known to the population of that region.
So they quickly made up the “suicidal pilot flying a super stealth commercial airplane” story and shifted the search far to the south where it obviously would never be found due to an equally plausible “ping” story made up by a globalist airline and defense contractor.
My father having been in the Navy his entire career, I certainly do not take any joy from the conclusion I came to. But accidents happen in the real world. Even in the military which we are taught to worship day in and day out. Just ask the family members of TWA Flight 800 about that or the South Korean family members of those lost on the Cheonan.
It happens. And when it does people should take responsibility for it. And I know for a fact, the vast majority of the people working in the Navy are honorable people. At least the few that I met were. Deeply honorable people.
But politicians are not. And globalist politicians are even more soulless than the average politician. They are the ones who made the decision to let those lost two years ago in the South China sea remain where they laid at the bottom of that shallow body of water, forever.
They did that because they have a vision. A greater good in mind. And to them, returning the lost to their families didn’t come even close to the importance of their global hegemony agenda.
I take no joy in having predicted this sorry outcome so many years ago. It is deeply saddening that our leaders can be so callus and heartless in these days of misery we live in.
But what do you expect from monsters who hire terrorists and drone civilians at will? What else do you expect from billionaires and their public servants who impose life-crushing austerity (and the economic terrorism that precedes it) on their own populations for the benefit of a tiny few who already have more than they could ever need?
These are soulless humans who barely qualify to be included in the species.
I am so sorry for the families of those who lost loved one on Flight MH370. I am sorry for those who feel they bare responsibility for this tragic accident and are forced to carry that burden in secret for the greater good.
So much heartbreak and tragedy in these times we live in. This quiet little story that is going unnoticed by the media at large is but a drop in the bucket. But it is tangible to some, to far too many, as it repeats itself over and over again in the artificial world we find ourselves occupying today.
Being aware is never easy and it is rarely painless. It is never satisfying.
And whatever small compensation it may provide those who grieve today for the loss of loved ones on Flight MH370 and rage at the humiliation of this inhuman cover-up, I offer my sincere condolences and the knowledge that you are not alone in your outrage at this indignity.