I am not a conspiracy type person. I believe there are times when we can’t answer questions but we lean toward the most obvious evidence for our conclusions. That being said, there is something seriously wrong with what we’re being told about the missing Malaysia flight.
Problem 1 begins with the passengers who boarded with the stolen passports. The passports were stolen in Thailand a year apart. It would take a significant amount of evidence to conclude there is no connection there. What are the chances that two men would steal passports a year apart, buy airline tickets “almost simultaneously”, board a plan that goes missing and them not have a hand in it?
Today a CNN report quoted Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble as saying, “The more information we get, the more we’re inclined to conclude that it was not a terrorist incident,” Not a single shred of that plane has been found and he wants to rule out terrorism? That’s just irresponsible.
The biggest evidence pointing away from terrorism is the identity of the two men traveling on the stolen passports. According to officials, the men had no connections to any terrorist groups and one was traveling to see his mother. It’s not unheard of for people to have no direct ties to terrorist groups and still blow something up. Furthermore, the friend that drove the two men to the airport said the men spent the night at his house and heard one refer to a Mr. Ali in a hushed phone conversation. A man by the name of Ali purchased the tickets for the men. So, where is Mr. Ali? If all is well with him, why has he not contacted authorities?
If the passports were stole in Thailand, we can conclude the men were there. What passport did they use to enter and depart that country? Investigators want us to believe that these two internationally traveling men, with no ill intent, entered Malaysia on valid Iranian passports but then used stolen ones to go visit mommy. Ridiculous.
Then there are the five people who were in the Malaysian airport, checked baggage for that flight, but never boarded it. Why? Where are they? Why has no one interviewed them? I’d think the media would be all over them if there was a miraculous story of five people who missed a doomed flight.
Reports now say the plane flew hundreds of miles off course. Really? Well, could you please explain why you’ve been searching the projected flight path all this time? There is no way this can be new information to investigators. The same radar that indicates that now also indicated it from the onset so at the very least they should have had two search areas from the beginning.
This is a screen grab from Flight Radar 24 showing the last time MH370 was on radar. Look at all of those planes. Did any of those pilots see anything? Has anyone asked them? Due to the number of planes in the air, pilots often witness other planes in trouble. During 9/11, other pilots provided details about the hijacked airplanes. When Alaskan Airlines Flight 261 crashed, two different pilots contacted air traffic controllers stating the plane was out of control and going down. So, if MH370 was flying hundreds of miles off course how did no other pilot spot him?
In 2011, a woman claims she was in line to board a plane piloted by the same pilot of the missing Malaysia flight. She states they didn’t know each other but the pilot randomly asked her and her friend if they would like to be in the cockpit with him. According to her, they rode in the cockpit from take-off to landing and she has the pictures to prove it. CNN quoted a Malaysia Airlines spokesperson about the incident. ”We have not been able to confirm the validity of the pictures and videos of the alleged incident, as you are aware, we are in the midst of a crisis, and we do not want our attention to be diverted.”
They don’t want to take the time to investigate the past behaviors of the pilot of a missing airplane while simultaneously floating the idea of pilot suicide. If they haven’t looked into the pilot, why would they think he committed suicide? Furthermore, if it was suicide why did he turn around and fly hundreds of miles off course. Wouldn’t it make more sense for a suicidal pilot to dive the plane straight into the ocean?
At this point, I see more reason to suspect the investigators of cover-up rather than the pilot of suicide. Unfortunately, we may never know the truth but one thing is certain. Anyone covering up the facts in this crash and depriving family members of the truth about their loved ones will definitely have this tragedy turned back on them. You simply cannot intentionally inflict pain upon others and have it not negatively impact your life at some point. And that’s a fact we all should keep in mind.