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Chinese Martyrs’ brigade have claimed responsibility for the Malaysia Airlines Crash

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 06:46 PM

reply to post by freakjive

Too much time between the disaster and the claim.

Enough time to make up a convenient version.

Says who?

Is there a book on domestic &/or international terrorism that I'm not aware of? Please kindly share...

IF there is terrorism, then isn't a purpose to create fear, confusion, chaos and instability through whatever means necessary, covert or overt?

China already dismissed the story.

I'm sure they have dismissed reports about some of their toxic plastic products, external hacking practices, etc.

Does this make them correct?

***Not saying this version in OP is true, but just don't think we have more evidence to totally rely on China's word either...unless you have more data to prove otherwise...

posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 01:48 AM
Didn't the Rupert Murdoch thread touting extremists come before this claim?
maybe they are CIA funded extremists destabilising china for Democracy like the Kiev bunch in Ukraine....???

posted on Mar, 10 2014 @ 02:59 AM
whether the Martyrs Brigade did it or not, they are in for a world of hurt.

whomever the MB's are.

it's CHINA, not the USA.

false claim? deflection? set up?

the MB better say something soon, if they didn't do it.

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 06:29 PM
Hey freakjive!

Just noticed this on a mega thread, and while only seemingly a tabloid headline, it still sort of supports you theory:

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:41 AM
reply to post by watchesfromwall

Case of vanishing headline above, whaaat???

Here's another: Uighur separatists' claim over missing flight MH370 may be re-examined

ETA: In case of another disappearing article, lolz!

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.

Sometimes first story = real story?

edit on 16-3-2014 by watchesfromwall because: (no reason given)

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