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Flight MH370 - Pilot negotatiated with Malaysian government for release of political prisoner?

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posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 07:27 AM
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gardener
A pilot who made the domestic Mlalaysian political negotiations of 1 friend worth the lives of 239 people from some 14 different countries?

May karma be more than a biatch! RIP souls if you're no longer with us in this crazy overpopulated world
Yeah it didn't happen like that. This is the syndrome. The Chris Dorner syndrome. That guy didn't hijack there plane and end his life because of political dissent. No way. No how.




posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 09:34 AM
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posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 10:23 AM
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Was i supposed to follow steps before replying to a thread? I have been a longtime lurker of the site and like to read a lot on what people think besides MSM. This story im sure among others as captured a lot of peoples imaginations. If you loom above and below what was posted i added the link and writers name where this article came from. I did not write or come up with any of this. I came across a story that finally compelled me to join and have you guys see a article with therories i see plausible and if true would like that information to be there. I probably would not have joined if it was possile to post as a guest. Sorry this seemed odd to you and not sure what "rules i bent". Will post in the welcome forum im new if that helps.



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 11:10 AM
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Hello, Dynamix
What fun posting for the first time, and getting slammed or accused. Sorry for the *snipping* comment I made.
Guess I didn't expect that you would be back... (don't ask me to explain 'why' - it would take too much...explanation).
Generally - a wall of text, like what you posted - which is actually excerpted from an external source, will be minimally preceded with " [ ex ] " (with no spaces between the letters and brackets), and ended with " [ /ex ] " (with no spaces between the letters and brackets). I don't use that function very often - and have seen variations on the theme - but - this lets everyone know that what they are reading is a verbatim (*) excerpt from somewhere else. You generally want to provide a link to the source (presuming the source is on the Internet), as you did, quite well.
Another chief issue for providing the " [ ex ]'s " has to do with this site - ATS. Proprietary issues, if you will.

Past that - the generally-followed rules for posting external content, is to post no more than 2 or 3 paragraphs...and, if the reader is interested enough to want to read more, they follow your external link...then come back and pat you on the back for introducing them to other lovely fruits on the Internet.

You did give a brief 'synopsis' (
) of why you posted the piece - which is a rule, not always followed - but, a rule, nonetheless.

As to the contents of the piece you presented - It was written very well. Presented very well... And, gives a lot to consider.
I don't know that I agree with the opening comment, that it debunks all conspiracies...as, it could be considered a conspiracy theory, as well (fingers crossed behind the back, style).

Anyway - Welcome, again (I am not on the official welcoming committee or mouthpiece), and good luck.



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 11:11 AM
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posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 11:13 AM
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Welcome Dynamix, there I said it, I found your post very informative and well researched, whether it happened the way you describe is no less plausible than others that have posted. Well done...



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 11:22 AM
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I came across a story that finally compelled me to join and have you guys see a article with therories i see plausible and if true would like that information to be there.


Thanks for a different look at this interesting story.

It will be interesting to see how what you presented will be taken by some.

Welcome to ATS, keep your hands and feet inside the car at all times and enjoy the ride.



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 12:11 PM
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Yes, something along these lines is certainly a viable theory and has some possible evidence to lead to this or a similar conclusion.

1. Malaysia were very quiet and slow to release information, quoting security concerns as an excuse.

2. The pilot was identified as a sympathiser with the political prisoner.

3. His emotional state may have been in question owing to the family split and his flamboyant behaviour having guests in the cockpit.

I wrote here on ATS much earlier of my belief the plane came down in the ocean and that there is suspicion surrounding the pilot's deliberate involvement in that.

This can only be a theory though. There is no tangible evidence supporting it presently.

S&F to you OP!



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 12:29 PM
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Pointless comment, so I removed it.
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posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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This is my first post on this forum and I would like to say that this news/rumour is a crock of #e.

Since this is ats, I'm certain a lot of ppl will buy into this #. Considering a lot of you don't know the real political situation in Malaysia.

Seriously, a pilot would risk his life over a devoted politician? Wtf..

This has got to be one of the many theories peddled by the shills in ats to divert attention from the main culprit.

Guess who that is?



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 09:24 PM
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im new to,as I carnt post my own thread yet this is breaking news from sky news.sky.com... they believe the plane was travelling faster than first thought,btw im Samantha from the uk,and into all the unexplained and mysteries



posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 09:50 PM
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truthseeker25
im new to,as I carnt post my own thread yet this is breaking news from sky news.sky.com... they believe the plane was travelling faster than first thought,btw im Samantha from the uk,and into all the unexplained and mysteries

Well, 'Hey!' truthseeker25 (Samantha), thanks for the info.
Here's to your...assimilation.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 04:45 PM
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We can all speculate until the cows come home, and the only certainty is that very little of any one theory will bear out. This is definitely one of the more puzzling cases I've ever heard. Most of the theories I've heard so far are crap, because people just don't do things like that, and of course they don't, except when they do ...

I'm reminded of that case long ago where some guy hijacked a school bus full of children and hid it somewhere. It was camouflaged or underground, something like that, I don't remember the particulars. I don't remember why he did it. Obviously whatever motive he had made no sense. I'm sure whatever really happened in Malaysia, similarly, defies logic and rational explanation. What possible explanation could justify taking 239 lives? What sounds logical?

While I agree that this latest theory is far from explaining things to my satisfaction, it might contain a seed of truth. I doubt the pilot would give up so many lives, including his own, after a few minutes failed negotiation, over a politician getting sentenced to prison for a few years. But, from a fervent supporter's point of view, this is not an isolated incident but the straw that broke the camel's back, especially when coupled with his own marriage in shambles.

So I could see him trying to negotiate with his government by holding the plane hostage, but, personally, I don't think the plane crashed at all.

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posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 06:18 PM
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lindalinda
We can all speculate until the cows come home, and the only certainty is that very little of any one theory will bear out. This is definitely one of the more puzzling cases I've ever heard. Most of the theories I've heard so far are crap, because people just don't do things like that, and of course they don't, except when they do ...

I'm reminded of that case long ago where some guy hijacked a school bus full of children and hid it somewhere. It was camouflaged or underground, something like that, I don't remember the particulars. I don't remember why he did it. Obviously whatever motive he had made no sense. I'm sure whatever really happened in Malaysia, similarly, defies logic and rational explanation. What possible explanation could justify taking 239 lives? What sounds logical?

While I agree that this latest theory is far from explaining things to my satisfaction, it might contain a seed of truth. I doubt the pilot would give up so many lives, including his own, after a few minutes failed negotiation, over a politician getting sentenced to prison for a few years. But, from a fervent supporter's point of view, this is not an isolated incident but the straw that broke the camel's back, especially when coupled with his own marriage in shambles.

So I could see him trying to negotiate with his government by holding the plane hostage, but, personally, I don't think the plane crashed at all.

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How do we know his marriage was "in a shambles"? Did the wife come forward and say that? I have not read that other than on this site. I'm sure we'll never get to the truth of what ever happened.



posted on Mar, 29 2014 @ 07:27 PM
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Interesting theory, but what were the other means of communication used that weren't onboard?

Considering how long the plane had been in the air before everything went silent, and considering how long it may (and could) have flown after communication/tracking went dark, plus the projected flight path after course alteration, it doesn't seem like the negotiations went on very long. And since it appears there was a deliberate attempt to drive into a point of no return (vast ocean), it just doesn't make sense unless the intent was already there and the result pre-determined.



posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 03:07 AM
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originally posted by: Bilk22

I'm sure we'll never get to the truth of what ever happened.

"I'm sure we will never get to the truth of what ever happened "
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I don't understand why thousands of people bother to involve themselves in the discussion of the hijacking of Malaysian Flight MH370 if they are "sure we'll never get to the truth".

I'd like to know what would allow someone to think they could get away with covering up the truth in perpetuity.

In the words of Abraham Lincoln, "...you cannot fool all the people all the time".

It will take an crisis of considerably greater magnitude to get us out of this chapter.















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posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 03:13 AM
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Doesn't make sense to me

I would think that the terrorists would have preferred to take their pound of flesh from their enemies before suicide
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posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 08:44 AM
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originally posted by: GetSmart68
Doesn't make sense to me

I would think that the terrorists would have preferred to take their pound of flesh from their enemies before suicide


Your post doesn't make sense to me.

Please identify who you are replying to.



posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 08:59 AM
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originally posted by: Psynic

originally posted by: Bilk22

I'm sure we'll never get to the truth of what ever happened.

"I'm sure we will never get to the truth of what ever happened "
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I don't understand why thousands of people bother to involve themselves in the discussion of the hijacking of Malaysian Flight MH370 if they are "sure we'll never get to the truth".

I'd like to know what would allow someone to think they could get away with covering up the truth in perpetuity.

In the words of Abraham Lincoln, "...you cannot fool all the people all the time".

It will take an crisis of considerably greater magnitude to get us out of this chapter.














Your point being?



posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 09:18 AM
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originally posted by: Bilk22
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I'm sure we'll never get to the truth of what ever happened.
 



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What is the point of posting this?
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