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    Plane gone 'missing' from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing

    Malaysian Airlines plane has gone missing. My first thoughts were, who was on board.

    Secondly, it would have been flying over North Korea.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-26492748

    Edit: OK, checked the map, nowhere near North Korea, but sorta close. I never was much of a geography student...
    Last edited by Sooz, 10th March 2014 at 11:31.

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    Quote Originally posted by Sooz View Post
    Malaysian Airlines plane has gone missing. My first thoughts were, who was on board.

    Secondly, it would have been flying over North Korea.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-26492748

    Contact was lost about an hour into flight and it was supposed to touch down in Beijing ... so nowhere close to NK.

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    There were several Americans on board.

    More info here:

    http://www.smh.com.au/world/seven-au...308-hvgnx.html

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    Oh dear, a report that the Vietnamese Navy has found the plane.

    http://my.news.yahoo.com/mas-aircraf...023820132.html

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    Aviation expert just said that this plane was flying at high altitude.If planes get in trouble at this altitude they have time to speak with the control room but apparently they did not receive any stress calls.
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    Quote Originally posted by Sooz View Post
    Oh dear, a report that the Vietnamese Navy has found the plane.

    http://my.news.yahoo.com/mas-aircraf...023820132.html
    About 6 hours have gone by since I posted this and no other news agency is saying it's been found, so I have to discount this for the time being.

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    Hmm, quite strange!

    The article below is from aljazeera.com. I put bold around items of importance.

    There were no reports of bad weather and no sign of why the Boeing 777-200ER would have fallen off radar screens about an hour after it took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing. The Malaysian military said the missing flight turned back before disappearing, according to a radar report.

    "We are not ruling out any possibilities," Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya told a news conference. The country's transport minister said Sunday the search area has been expanded due to possibility the missing aircraft turned back.

    Malaysian investigators are checking the identity of four passengers on a missing Malaysia Airlines flight, but have not yet determined if the plane was downed by an attack, Hishamuddin Hussein, who is also defense minister, added.

    "All the four names are with me," he told reporters.

    He confirmed that Malaysian investigators had met counterparts from the FBI, and said the investigation was focusing on the entire passenger manifest. Interpol said it was of "great concern" passengers were able to board the international flight with passports registered in a lost or stolen database, which hadn't been consulted prior to boarding, Reuters reported. At least two stolen or lost passports were used to board the missing Malaysia Airlines flight, Interpol added.

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    This is very high strangeness. Reports of people travelling on stolen passports. Apparently several people checked in with luggage, but didn't board the craft.

    The plane is lost without a trace???? When they can track you or I within seconds via our phones or cars' black boxes? (New cars that is).

    A mobile phone that was still working?

    Something very odd going on here.

    http://www.smh.com.au/world/no-wreck...310-hvgs6.html

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    This is even more weird...

    A plane travelling at ultra fast speed and the plane in question just 'vanishing' off the radar.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JpbZZKqxy0

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    Speaking politically, it would be very convenient if this missing (deliberately shot down) plane was "hijacked" by the Chinese. Especially given the current gun down at sun down....

    Just saying...

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    This just in from Mike Adams from Natural News"

    http://www.naturalnews.com/044244_Ma..._vanished.html

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    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tC9WAf3NqHY


    Anything to do this perhaps? Just a thought....

    Obama signs executive order against China = economic war?

    Don't forget China owns trillions in US treasury bills.

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    Quote Originally posted by Sooz View Post
    This is very high strangeness. Reports of people travelling on stolen passports. Apparently several people checked in with luggage, but didn't board the craft.
    http://www.smh.com.au/world/no-wreck...310-hvgs6.html


    The massive clue in the Malaysian airline mystery that isnt getting enough attention
    There is verifiable proof of a security breach on the missing Malaysian airplane that is only getting a short mention in the mainstream media

    By John Vibes

    MALAYSIA (INTELLIHUB) The mainstream media has been saturated with coverage of the Malaysian airline disappearance, but recent developments which indicate that there was without a doubt a security breach on the plane are rarely being discussed. These details are being reported the media, but these facts are often buried at the bottom of articles and only mentioned in passing during news reports.

    It has been reported that two passengers who were listed on the planes records, an Italian and an Austrian, were not even on the flight, but both reportedly had their passports stolen in Thailand. Now it has been revealed that both of these tickets were purchased in the same transaction.

    Quietly tucked into the bottom of one of their articles, the BBC reported that:

    Interpol said at least two passports one Austrian and one Italian recorded in its stolen and lost travel documents database were used by passengers onboard the flight. The passports were added to the database after being stolen in separate incidents over the past two years

    However, Italy and Austria have said that none of their citizens were onboard the plane. All the while, the two passengers who used the passports in question appear to have bought their tickets together.

    The tickets were bought from China Southern Airlines at identical prices, paid in Thailands baht currency, according to Chinas official e-ticket verification system Travelsky. The ticket numbers are contiguous, which indicates the tickets were issued together.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1A4579qHIA


    Whilst it is too soon to speculate about any connection between these stolen passports and the missing plane, it is clearly of great concern that any passenger was able to board an international flight using a stolen passport listed in INTERPOLs databases, said Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble in a statement.
    Authorities worldwide are downplaying this clue.

    Ive seen these reports about the passports. Were looking into that, but we dont have anything to confirm at this point, U.S. deputy national security adviser Tony Blinken told CNNs State of the Union on Sunday. The reports certainly raise questions and concerns, and thats exactly why were looking into them. But right now, it would be premature to speculate, he said.

    The Malaysian transport and defense minister Hishammuddin Hussein said authorities were looking at two more possible cases of suspicious identities. All the four names are with me and have been given to our intelligence agencies, he said. We are looking at all possibilities.

    To make matters even more suspicious, the plane seemed to have veered off its course.

    Malaysias air force chief Rodzali Daud told a press conference that it appeared to have gone off-route, another fact that is being ignored by authorities and the mainstream media.. We are trying to make sense of this The military radar indicated that the aircraft may have made a turn back and in some parts, this was corroborated by civilian radar, he said.

    Source: http://intellihub.com/massive-clue-m...ugh-attention/

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    It is a puzzle.

    First of all it is as if we are meant to know about the hijackers passports. Why bother with fake passports if you are putting a bomb in the plane. Everything says "hijacking".

    Secondly it also feels likely that people will look to China and want them to own up to what they did to that plane.

    BUT....

    My personal wild theory is that Obama and Co got mad as *bleep* about the Chinese NOT wanting the US dollar anymore. Not only that, the Chinese are dumping all their US paper money and debt. The dollar is already crashing and some have said this was the final blow. Nothing can save the dollar now. So... is this a chess move to blackmail China?

    The smooth operator feel that this has written all over it, smells like CIA. The media whore smell all over it is also, pardon me, very US/European media. Not that I am an export on the media of other nations outside that area. It is like a Hollywood movie. Totally rehearsed and dotted i's and crossed t's. Not a sloppy hijacking by doofus and dope.

    So what if the plane turned around and circled over Vietnam. Are US and Vietnam relations good enough to land a plane like that? Yes. I think so. I googled and found this:

    Vietnam and US relations have apparently been improving. I admit to have skimmed this but it headlines "Vietnam Gradually Warms Up to US Military" and goes on to report that: "Last month the United States and Vietnam held two important annual high-level security meetings in Washington: the 6th Political, Security, and Defense Dialogue and the 4th Defense Policy Dialogue." The article is dated November 6th 2013.

    http://thediplomat.com/2013/11/vietn...o-us-military/

    My thoughts are that if the US wanted to use a Vietnamese airbase to land on, they probably could.


    I also tried to get some articles on China dumping the dollar.

    (There was talk that Saddam Hussein stopped trading oil in dollars shortly before the US got rid of him.)

    Headlines regarding China and the US dollar (You don't need to read the article.)

    Nov 21, 2013, PBOC Says No Longer in Chinas Interest to Increase Reserves

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-1...-reserves.html

    Quote: "The Peoples Bank of China said the country does not benefit any more from increases in its foreign-currency holdings, adding to signs policy makers will rein in dollar purchases that limit the yuans appreciation. "

    and

    Dollar dump : China just sold almost $50 billion in US Treasurys But dont panic just yet
    http://qz.com/178532/china-just-sold...anic-just-yet/
    Qoute: "Chinas holdings of US Treasurys dropped to the lowest levels in two years after China dumped $47.8 billion in paperequal to about 3.6% of its Treasury holdings as of Novemberbringing its total holdings to $1.27 trillion"...
    [My footnote: This is just the beginning.]


    Now... How would a hijacked plane with Chinese citizens benefit the US government? I do not know. They did say (in one of the videos posted) that: "Among the passengers were 24 Chinese artists and their families returning from in Malaysia for an art exchange program."

    Could these people be the key? I have no idea if they are famous, ordinary, politically minded, seeking asylum, double agents... no clue. But they left with their families on that plane.

    PS: I do wonder if their travel agency was called "CIA special travels" or some such.


    (My first conspiracy post. I hope it's not to much.)

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