by Scott Creighton
As the so-called “investigation” into the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 drags endlessly on, comically crawling to that all important 30-day mark when the beacon in the black-box can be readily reported as non-functioning and the search in the wrong places can be called off, one thing that no one seems to wish to mention in the corporate media is the political and economic context in which all of this happened.
A couple things are important to keep in mind as this thesis of mine is laid out.
- First of all, the location where Flight 370 went off transponder contact has never been fully searched. That’s because the day after it was reported missing, the Malaysian defense minister came out with an unidentified radar contact which traveled from the area that Flight 370 went off transponder contact and made a bee-line for Butterworth Air Force Base on the west coast of Malaysia. The Malaysian military did not scramble jets. They did not issue an alert, which is highly unusual for an unidentified radar contact heading straight for a country’s military installation. It’s almost as if someone knew the unidentified blip screaming toward Butterworth did not pose a threat.
- That same unidentified radar blip is now being consistently reported definitively as Flight 370 when in fact there is no additional information to prove that it was. There is even talk about the “left turn” being criminal in nature, obviously meant to point the finger of blame at the pilots of that flight. Remember, they had tried to make the “left turn” into the smoking gun before when they said it had been plotted into the on-board flight computer but that story fell apart and then down the memory hole once the Malaysian authorities proved it had not been programed into the ACARS system prior to it being silenced.
- Also keep in mind that there were two U.S. destroyers in the international waters of the South China Sea when Flight 370 went off transponder contact.
- The witness who reported that he saw what he believed to be Flight 370, burning in the sky late that evening, was immediately discredited by our complicit corporate media as “a hoax” and his statement, complete with his name, contact information and coordinates of the flight that he saw, was subsequently dumped down the memory hole in lieu of faulty reports of “Mr. Ali” and Iranian passports and video game files being deleted.
- Immediately after the flight was reported down, U.S. officials (unnamed of course) reported that their observation satellite data showed no explosion in the air over the South China Sea that evening and thus that particular theory was erased from the lexicon of debate. That data has never been released however.
- Also don’t forget the all important Inmarsat data which sent the search all the way to the Indian Ocean Garbage Patch where they found one picture after another of garbage in the water, was provided by a globalist corporate entity which has yet to release their raw data of all those “handshakes” so other professionals can evaluate it’s authenticity.
- There is a great deal of pressure being applied to the Malaysian government to allow the FBI to take over the criminal investigation of the disappearance of this flight. You might recall the bang-up job the FBI did on the cover-up of the downing of TWA Flight 800.
This is what I mean when I write that the investigation has reached a comical state.
Now, all that said, it is practically impossible to conclude the investigation into the fate of those missing souls on Flight 370 has been anything but a series of distractions from the start. We don’t even have to go into the “shadowing of another plane” theory or the new one out, that the pilots decided to commit suicide by flying as far as they could and setting the plane down gently on the water so it would sink intact and never be found. You don’t really need distraction stories like these when the official ones are just as ridiculous.
It should be clear to most that the search for Flight 370 should never have strayed from the South China Sea and that it was deliberately diverted for reasons as yet unknown. The assumption you have to make when a suspect continues to change his alibi story is that he is hiding something. Potentially guilt. Yet in this case, not one single MSM outlet has dared to make that point.
As I have written before, the search needs to be rebooted back to the last known vector of the investigation we know it had yet to be corrupted by the virus of deceit. Back into the South China Sea where it went off the transponder and where the witness saw it burn. That’s my statement to that aspect of all of this.
However, there is always the question of “why?”
Any investigation, this one not excluded, needs a measure of attention to be focused on motive.
In this case, we have two lines of investigation that need to be addressed: motive for the possible deliberate downing of Flight 370 and the motive for the cover-up and diversion that we clearly see taking place.
I submit to you that the two may be more closely linked than you think.
I present for your consideration … the Pivot to Asia and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
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