posted on Mar, 18 2014 @ 01:23 AM
In short, I'm going to go with no.
Reasons why: a) Operation Northwoods was proposed and rejected over 50 years ago.
b) Although an aspect of the rejected proposal did consist of false-flag plane highjackings, it was not only, as said, rejected, but there's also no
proof, reason to assume, or believe at this time that the plane was highjacked or that is it was otherwise involved in any sort of false flag or
Reason c: After Northwoods there was Mongoose, which was pretty much just another shot at approval of the same concepts except against Cuba this time.
This proposal, like it predecessor resulted in rejection and was never implemented.
And d) Using critical thinking skills with a modest degree of common sense, it wouldn't be essential or make sense to put a nuke on a public airliner
and then have the airliner deliberately go missing (false flag) knowing full well it will result in an elaborate search due to the status and nature
of the specific flight, being it commercial - there's a hand-full of other, more logical ways to transport nukes that make more sense. Nukes aren't
exactly treated like wads of cash which that can be haphazardly thrown on a commerical plane to be transported. *Nukes aren't small. Didn't know if
you knew that or not.
We don't know whats going on with the plane.
There's no logical reason to tie Operation Northwoods to this incident.
It's not logical to put a nuke(s) on a commercial airliner and then have said plane deliberately go missing.
shame on you youtube
edit on 3/18/2014 by unb3k44n7 because: (no reason given)