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Beijing-bound MAS plane carrying 239 people missing as of 20 mins ago.

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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:44 PM
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I read that the plane was likely hijacked by the pilot.

Evidence pointing to the pilot being the hijacker are the various deliberate measures to avoid detection
and that the hijacker is highly trained and experienced knowing how to turn off the transponder and ACAR (Aircraft Addressing
and Reporting) system, he also had sophisticated knowledge of avoiding radar and he purposely flew at a plane at the alttitude
of 29,500 ft to avoid collision with other planes. (All planes fly at full figures in thousands for e.g 27,000,28,0000,29,000)
Another big piece of the puzzle was that a flight simulator was found in the pilot's home, why did he need that for? Probably to
prepare for this hijack and avoid any slip ups.




posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:46 PM
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So the USS Kidd should have sailed directly to the wreckage based on the US sats but is instead steaming around in a search pattern.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:48 PM
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reply to post by icyboy771z
 


Flight sims seem to be a common hobby for pilots. I personally know two RAAF pilots that have one in the house they share off base.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:50 PM
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Reports now stating that since the announcement of the plane being hijacked and possible search area extended, several neighbours failed to pick up flight MH370 on any of their radar data, and investigators are now favouring the southern corridor.

Never saw MH370 on radars, neighbours tell Malaysia



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:50 PM
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Myrtales Instinct
reply to post by DrHammondStoat
 


For one moment imagine this was a test run for something bigger. Imagine this happening to 10 - 30 planes at once? It would be pandemonium on a scale never seen before.


Feeling fearful yet? Ready to swallow anything a government sells you yet? Old tactics die hard.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:53 PM
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icyboy771z
I read that the plane was likely hijacked by the pilot.
He had the knowledge but he also could have used that knowledge if he had been coerced by someone else.


nextone
A pilot stated, "Alright, goodnight."

Could this also mean that the other pilot was drugged / rendered unconscious in some fashion? If only one pilot was involved, it seems that this person would want to first disable the other pilot in some fashion before taking other actions.
Some reports say the pilot, but I think that is a presumption, and other reports say that the audio has not been released and analyzed by any professional to determine if this was actually said by the pilot, the co-pilot, the Uighur man who had flight simulator training, or someone else.

To people who say that nobody has claimed responsibility, the Uighurs claimed responsibility for the attack, it's just that the claim wasn't taken seriously, I don't find the claim that credible myself but you really should say the claims have not been found credible, instead of saying nobody claimed responsibility.

Uighur separatists’ claim over missing flight MH370 may be re-examined


CLAIMS by a Malay newspaper that a 35-year-old Uighur man from China’s troubled autonomous Muslim province was on Flight MH370 may be looked at in new light after being written off as irrelevant.

An email sent to journalists, supposedly from representatives from the Uighur separatist movement, claimed for responsibility for the Malaysia Airlines flight’s disappearance.

The emails were dismissed as opportunistic and troublemaking.

Malaysia’s Harian Metro claimed the man had taken flight-simulator training in Sweden in 2005....

If the plane had turned west from the South China Sea, then turned northwest towards Kazakhstan, it would have taken a direct path over Uighur heartland — but also over many other countries.



smokenmirrors
I am with you on this theory. The Uighurs claimed responsibility but it was not heavily reported, nor did it appear to be taken seriously. Plus, I think it was the Uighurs that did that little mass killing (sans 2nd amendment
) in China. The Uighurs appear to be tied with numerous undesirables and are clearly miffed with and wishing to secede from China.
I'm not sure how likely it is, but thanks for at least mentioning it. I wish people would stop saying that nobody has claimed responsibility, but as you suggest perhaps this responsibility claim has been under-reported due to the initial thought it wasn't credible.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:55 PM
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If you want to read more about the international relations and terrorist groups in South East Asia, I highly recommend anything by Dr Sidney Jones. She's probably the best SEA terrorism academic around.

understandingconflict.academia.edu...

She rocks.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:57 PM
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Just read on another site (not sure if it had been brought up here)? one of the VIPs on the flight was the Cuban Ambassador to Japan Mario Garcia, not sure if that has a relavence?



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:59 PM
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Found an article which has an interview with the supposed 35 year old Uighur man who was believed to be on the plane and had taken flight simulator training. It turns out that he was not the man on the plane. But, I haven't found any new information on who the Uighur man on the plane actually was.

Uighur professor: I was not the one on MH370


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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:05 PM
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Thanks for the link to that story. So it was a Uighur man on the plane, who happened to have the same name as the professor, but not the professor, and we don't know who it was? Suddenly it gets more interesting.

The story doesn't say anything about the Uighur man who was actually on the plane.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:05 PM
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I know at first, when this thread was younger, I thought that some agency shot the plane down because perhaps the payload was a weapon and they knew it was being hijacked and placed into immediate action.
I thought maybe that the agency didn't want to claim it because they couldn't claim it without blowing their cover or something.

Then as the story unraveled more and we "learned" more about it, my theory switched to a fake alien invasion set up, false flag, project blue beam, welcome to the NWO type scenario, us against the "aliens".

At this moment I am leaning towards a new theory. One that I have put a lot of time searching while I was remote viewing and such.
This new and very probable theory is this:

This was a test run for a mind control / manchurian pilot type situation.
The confirmation trigger response could have been "good night" or something...

Hopefully all of the passengers are safe and being debriefed by some agency and forced to sign NDAs and such.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:16 PM
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See song: Sabotage, ''it's a mirage''.

www.abovetopsecret.com...




This was a test run for a mind control / manchurian pilot type situation.
The confirmation trigger response could have been "good night" or something...



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:22 PM
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Has anyone yet CONFIRMED the pilots were the actual men that we supposed to be there?

SPECULATION
- The scheduled pilots are kidnapped and replaced by other trained pilots with forged credentials for the scheduled pilots.
- The plan is to fly the plane, avoiding radar and radio detection west to Somalia.
- The Somali pirates either:
A: dismantle the plane and "part it out" on the black market
B: sell it to the highest bidder (Al Qaeda?)
C: ransom it off along with the passengers (unless they were killed by a sudden cabin depressurization on purpose).

I see all the pundits pointing to to a north/south flight path, and nobody looking west across the open ocean. Could Somalia be the destination here given the newly released extended range and confirmation of an additional 7 hr running of the engines.



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:29 PM
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Splodge

Myrtales Instinct
reply to post by DrHammondStoat
 


For one moment imagine this was a test run for something bigger. Imagine this happening to 10 - 30 planes at once? It would be pandemonium on a scale never seen before.


Feeling fearful yet? Ready to swallow anything a government sells you yet? Old tactics die hard.


No. Did my post come across as being fearful? I was actually thinking more along the lines of the giant quagmire 10-30 planes missing at once would create for each individual country over there. How quick could these countries all coordinate with one another etc.

I don't scare quite so easily.

Geez now I'm getting defensive of a complex someone thinks I have.
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posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:41 PM
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UKGuy1805
Just read on another site (not sure if it had been brought up here)? one of the VIPs on the flight was the Cuban Ambassador to Japan Mario Garcia, not sure if that has a relavence?


The Malaysian Air passenger manifest doesn't have a Mario Garcia from Cuba.
www.malaysiaairlines.com...



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:44 PM
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Sorry, it must be me, then



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:46 PM
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Krakatoa
Has anyone yet CONFIRMED the pilots were the actual men that we supposed to be there?


I stumbled a youtube video of the CCTV footage of both pilots passing through security.. now this is low quality footage but it looks to me to be the same men, and Im sure they have higher quality footage to verify..
Here is the video:


Unless this video is fake/not the same flight



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:46 PM
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i dont want to think that the pilots traded the lives of those people, but really looking at it, what else happened?

If the pilots family were themselves taken hostage, then he would have traded the passengers lives.

What if the Sorcha Faal articles are correct and there was a chemial/biological package on board and it landed at the US military base? Then two of the passengers may have been US navy seals and may have done the hijacking. They would not have bothered about the passengers lives. (I know this is unpopular, but SAS-type military units do not deviate from their orders)



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:49 PM
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But if a VIP would they not fly in cogneto and under a made up name or something?



posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:49 PM
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icyboy771z
I read that the plane was likely hijacked by the pilot.

Evidence pointing to the pilot being the hijacker are the various deliberate measures to avoid detection
and that the hijacker is highly trained and experienced knowing how to turn off the transponder and ACAR (Aircraft Addressing
and Reporting) system, he also had sophisticated knowledge of avoiding radar and he purposely flew at a plane at the alttitude
of 29,500 ft to avoid collision with other planes. (All planes fly at full figures in thousands for e.g 27,000,28,0000,29,000)
Another big piece of the puzzle was that a flight simulator was found in the pilot's home, why did he need that for? Probably to
prepare for this hijack and avoid any slip ups.


Of course he is highly trained to fly the plane and he knows how and where to turn off those devices, IT'S HIS JOB.

There is NO evidence whatsoever that the pilot *hijacked* the plane, for starters, what do you think the pilot(s) would do with a gun or knife at their head if a hijacker orders them to so something.

The pilot(s) will LIKELY comply, especially if a hijacker would threat them w/ a bomb, gun, killing passengers whatsoever...why? The PILOT HAS NO OTHER OPTION BUT to comply to a hijacker's demands.

If a hijacker jacked the plane and he has the crew under their control, forcing them to turn off those devices (I scenario which IMHO is likely) the pilot will also LIKELY go to safe altitude since he knows that with radar off and comm off he needs to avoid a collision.

What I am saying: The above is not evidence whatsoever that the pilot is to blame. This goes also for saying "All Right, Good Night", which I assume he could have said with a gun at his head, the hijacker(s) could've told him that if he'd to say anything over radio he, passengers etc. would otherwise be killed, so he didn't have any other option than to pretend that everything was all-right.

The FlightSim "evidence" is ridiculous, I myself enjoy FlightSims and I know from flightsim forums that MANY pilots have all beefed up their PC for FlightSims (triple monitor, rudders etc.) it's A HOBBY that many have. It's not in the slightest evidence for bad intentions.

Don't fall for the stupid and ignorant media who spread this BS.




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