I have another theory that the Daily Mail are welcome to print.
This theory assumes captain and crew are as they seem, dedicated and great aviators, passionate about their job and the people they're serving. And of
course, it's merely an evolved idea from every other theory out there...
The Malaysian's TOLD the plane to change course. The only people the crew, other than the crew, would have ever fully trusted, IMO, must be other
Malaysians, ground control, the military, whoever. Someone Malaysian told them to deviate, for whatever reason. Captain and crew followed this direct
order to change to alternate frequency and follow new course immediately, because they trusted whoever was telling them to do so.
"Alright good night" is because they were told by this random third party who gave them orders on a fairly informal basis. That is a reply to a
GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL or a friend, but perhaps like a PRESIDENT CALLING YOU IN FLIGHT. DO THIS, DO THAT, I am the president. "Alright good night" was
NOT a call back to ground control. It sounds like a hesitant response to an unexpected COMMAND. Was a president in a military base speaking to MH370,
ordering them to deviate for some reason?
Remember the Polish air crash? It happened because a GOV OFFICIAL entered the cockpit and ordered they descended because "time was getting on". The
pilots HESITANTLY followed that order because they did not want to... well, you don't want to say NO to the Polish president!!! The same way the good
crew of MH370 would not want to say no to their military, of government, asking them to deviate immediately.
They would not do it for anyone else. They simply would not, if they are the people we are being led to believe they are. Good aviators, and innocent
passengers with no bad intentions.
They got a hunch at some point it was suspicious, and perhaps wanted to do something about it, but soon after the Malacca straight they were joined by
a military escort of some kind. Not necessarily Malaysian, and they were moved to their current location, under guidance from an escort with all the
necessary knowledge to stay in radar weak spots. Whether it took them 7 hours to reach who knows. The passengers were possibly ordered to switch their
phones off. You wouldn't say no to the captain, or if you can clearly see a military presence outside your aisle _..!!!
My original point though - that they were told to change course, not that they did it out of their own "will". This is personal speculation of course.
But has that angle been scrutinized? Because we're being pushed to believe it was the pilot or co-pilot or someone else ON BOARD intentions. I know
that is the judgement of some major aviators too but have those folks also considered that it may have been "inputted" and "executed" due to a direct
order, like the Polish air crash was?
That is just to get the cogs turning in that direction... Sorry for accusing "Malaysia" ha, but that's the only way I can make this point right now.
That "third party instruction" to them could be anyone, someone the pilots are perhaps loyal to. A bit like Die Hard 2 sort of scenario. But I want to
go with full assumption they are innocent in all of this personally, that they did not follow a terrorist group's instructions or such, and that they
did not try and hypoxia their passengers.
It'd be nice to wake up tomorrow and find out everyone is absolutely innocent (and MH370 is safe) and this "real time conspiracy" could be laid to
But ATS is most fun when these real-time events transpire. ATS exclusives shall we say... when imaginations run wild
Sadly often at the expense
of others, but that's human nature. Hope in time we can find some NICE real-time incidents... don't even know what that could be. Anyway I better be
off now I just accused enough countries and people to feel positively sniped.
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