posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 09:00 AM
Originally posted by Enigma Publius
Does anyone else sense a false flag with that downed airplane being covered for hours and hours when no one even got hurt?
No pilot has ever soft landed a plane of this size into water and managed zero casualties.
At least that is what the papers are saying.
Think about that. the wings aren't perfectly level when you belly flop onto the water and what happens? a bit of water weighs down one wing?
a plane, cartwheeling over the water at that speed? death. For the lucky ones. The unlucky ones will be injured and sinking to the bottom of the
freezing hudson river as the rescue crews try and locate people amid the burning waters.
So, a pilot does the near impossible. Calmly gets everyone out of the sinking plane in a manner of minutes and then goes back to check the plane as
water rushes in around him, to make sure everyone got out and you see this as an accident where no one was hurt?
There's no doubt that the way the two engines failed is odd. There's no doubt that a double bird strike would be pretty random. So, while they
sort out that mess, give that pilot some credit and understand that news doesn't have to be a tragedy to be news.
And what, pray tell, were we distracted from?
the pointless press conference from Bush? nope.
The economic woes? nope, cnbc was reporting a Bank of America connection to the crash and they even brought up the oddity of the last craft to crash
into the hudson being a helicopter with BoA execs on board.
Gaza? if we are to pull false flags to distract from the issues in Gaza, there would be planes dropping from the skies daily.
So, what, exactly, was the news we missed yesterday as a result of the heroic work of the pilot and his crew yesterday?