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The New Australian - Proudly nearly Australian since 2010. "I'm not grumpy, the rest of the world is just unrealistically upbeat"

MH370 The Truth

 

Background

 

To understand the mystery behind Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 we first need to step back in time to remind ourselves of the war that nearly was between Syria and the USA (plus allies). For a while, it looked like an “intervention” in the Arab nation was slam dunk until the British parliament voted against supporting the USA in this endeavour.

 

This was not as it seemed. The vote against was close; 285 to 272, with several members of the ruling coalition defying party lines and voting against the government….. as secretly requested by the US President via the CIA. The numbers of rebels needed to be significant to make the rebellion look credible.

 

But why did the USA request David Cameron to “throw” the vote? Because the imperative to invade Syria had passed; the prize had moved out of her borders.

 

The Prize

 

For decades now, Syria’s ally, Russia, had been using the Syrian desert to the west of the Euphrates as a military laboratory location with the critically important attribute of being “plausibly deniable”. Some of the breakthroughs made there had been low-level; the discreet delivery mechanism used to poison Alexander Litvinenko with polonium-210, for example. In recent years, the scientists had been setting their ambitions at a higher and more global scale. The rumours on “the grid” have been sketchy at what exactly had been developed, outlandish descriptions of space technology with nascent “terra-forming” qualities, through DNA-specific weapons and other similar Sci-Fi dreams have been murmured. But probably the most likely, given Russia’s reliance on allies for her energy security, is a breakthrough in the generation of non-fossil fuel energy.

 

What we do know from the exponential increase in traffic, both physical and communications, between Moscow and Damascus is that a significant discovery or invention had occurred.

 

“Eyes on the Prize”

 

This activity had not gone unnoticed by the USA and China, both of whom could neither afford to be left behind in the global energy race nor allow a potentially hostile country to overtake them . The country with cheapest and most abundant energy source “wins” in global economic and influence terms. China acted first.

 

Using the ongoing civil war in Syria as cover, Chinese special forces staged an audacious attack on the well-guarded facility, abducting the dozen or so key Russian scientists and disposing of the remainder. The research facility was destroyed.

 

The intelligence received by the CIA following this incursion resulted in the request for the UK government to deliberately lose the planned vote to enter Syria.

 

The CIA then launched an aggressive manhunt to capture the missing scientists and eliminate their Chinese hosts. The US aircraft carrier Nimitz enforced an unofficial no-fly zone over Syrian airspace during this period to ensure a direct escape to China was impossible.

In the meantime, the loss of technology directly influenced Putin’s decision to annex The Crimea.
 

Unable to fly from Syrian airspace, the Chinese made their exit overland through Iraq and into Saudi Arabia.

Under the guise of being a returning party of Haj pilgrims, the group boarded a chartered flight to Kuala Lumpur, a “soft route” back home to Beijing.

 

The Switcheroo

 

With significantly better intelligence than was gathered at the start of the exercise, the CIA tracked the team from their ally, Saudi Arabia. With hours to spare, a replica Malaysian Airlines 777 was switched for the plane which, on its next flight, would be used for the MH370 Kuala Lumpur to Beijing route. Modifications were made to enable mid-air refuelling and to allow a Navy Seals team to hide within the cargo hold.

 

The escaping party and their heavily sedated prisoners boarded the chartered flight unaware that it was 100% crewed by CIA operatives. Following take off, the plane ascending rapidly to above the normal operating ceiling for 777s, cabin pressure was slowly reduced until narcosis was induced. Navy Seals with oxygen masks then administered oxygen to the Russian scientists and civilians The Chinese special forces were left to slip into a coma and were restrained. Cabin pressure was returned.

 

The flight was then refuelled and, after ensuring all transponders were disabled, flown beneath the radar to assume a direct course for a secret CIA offshore processing centre, still in use from the Extraordinary Rendition programme.

Occam’s Razor

If you are friends or family of those missing on flight MH370 and you have just read the above, I apologise. Your loved ones are dead. They died either through an aviation accident or a malicious act.

They are not sitting on a Maldives beach.

The speculation by those motivated to sell newspapers and advertising space is vulgar.

Rest in Peace.
 

 

  • Bardon says:

    That’s a good un, will try to digest after lunch.

    Some minor comment are that I don’t think that Russia is dependent on its allies for energy security as it is now the biggest oil AND gas producer with Senator McCain recently calling Russia “a gas station masquerading as a country”. Also the House of Saud and the yanks have fallen out big time recently with Saudi even trying to block the US from the security council and Prince Bander reportedly also missing and up to no good.

    If there was such a flight as MH370, then it would need to be some highly efficient and sophisticated mob that orchestrated its disappearance, the CIA would certainly be one that falls under that category.

    March 19, 2014 at 2:18 pm
  • Russsell says:

    If ever weeding the crud out of corporate structures gets too tedious, maybe you should consider prose for a living. This is better than Tom Clancy or Clive Cussler could manage, and they’re not short of a quid.
    (On a semi-related note, I wonder why it is that the Brits produce such higher quality literature – all the way from the trashy adventure novel to populist meme stuff to highbrow wanking, the poms are eminently more readable than the yanks.)

    March 19, 2014 at 2:34 pm
    • Tim Newman says:

      On a semi-related note, I wonder why it is that the Brits produce such higher quality literature – all the way from the trashy adventure novel to populist meme stuff to highbrow wanking, the poms are eminently more readable than the yanks.

      I dunno. I find James Lee Burke to be extremely readable, as well as Martin Cruz Smith. Then you have Dashiell Hammett, and Raymond Chandler (although the latter was born a Brit and went to school in London) but they might be from an era that you’re not talking about. One book I read recently and couldn’t put down (shunning almost all the in-flight entertainment on a flight to Australia) was Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian. I can see why the prose, style, and subject matter wouldn’t be to everyone’s taste, but it gripped me from start to finish.

      The only modern British author I think I’ve read recently is Terry Pratchett, who is admittedly brilliant. I read some of the older authors, being a huge fan of Daphne du Maurier in particular: Rebecca is superb, but her works don’t seem fashionable any more.

      March 19, 2014 at 6:12 pm
    • nicklo says:

      I went Tom Clancy: End of day but how about “The Solomonoff Theory”.

      March 19, 2014 at 6:13 pm
    • TNA says:

      Cheers, appreciated.

      March 19, 2014 at 10:03 pm
  • nicklo says:

    Crap! I really thought it was the start of the revolution. Had packed clean undies and everything!

    http://www.russellbrand.com/revolution/

    I wonder what’s on telly tonight?

    March 19, 2014 at 5:16 pm
  • Tim Newman says:

    Where does Israel and the Joooooooooooos fit in? No conspiracy is complete without them.

    March 19, 2014 at 5:28 pm
  • Tim Newman says:

    And very good, by the way.

    March 19, 2014 at 6:04 pm
    • TNA says:

      Ta

      March 19, 2014 at 7:17 pm
  • JoeBlow says:

    A fully qualified cockspank with honours (to use the local vernacular)

    March 19, 2014 at 7:49 pm
    • TNA says:

      I’m not sure if that is a complement or an insult.

      I’ll assume the former.

      March 19, 2014 at 9:58 pm
      • Joe Blow says:

        The latter, I wouldn’t micturate in Brands flapping mouth, not even if the molars within were ablaze.

        March 20, 2014 at 6:28 pm
        • nicklo says:

          Looks like the comment threading’s up the spout again! JB; looks like TNA thought you were referring to his article, but it looks like you were replying to my post? If so good, I’ve been seeing the bollox that that bloke keeps spouting being referred to all over the place so needed at least someone to say what you just did.

          Universe rebalanced.

          March 20, 2014 at 8:23 pm
  • Bardon says:

    TNA, I haven’t yet come anywhere close to understanding this mystery. Although if this plane was taken over and landed, it would probably have been in a similar fashion to your theory and the captured foreign military agents that were onboard are probably been waterboarded in a Diego Garcia type facility right now.

    Its an interesting theory you have put forward and here are some of my comments on it for what they are worth.

    The intentional vote against the war would explain why the pro war Cameron didn’t stand down after the anti war vote.

    When the West refused to bomb Syria, the Saudis were pissed off big time and have remained so with the US and cooperation between intelligence would have been strained but I guess not finished, although it was the start of a very serious rift.

    For the Hajj cover to have worked they would have needed to fly to KL in late October 13 out of Riyadh, which means they were in KL up until boarding for a four month period.

    The Ukraine Govt had agreed on a transitional govt right up until the 21 Feb when the coup took place in a 24 hour period and yes troops moved in Crimea immediately after. I tend to think that these decisions to move on Crimea were made closer to the coup date than something in mid August 13.

    It really is a mind opening question to come to terms with that they could switch a major carriers international aircraft in short notice in its home international airport, not unconceivable, but hard to come to terms with. Cargo allocations are quite often a long process with final allocation been made before take off to routine and well established procedures.

    With your theory I would be more akin to thinking that that the original plane was used. The rogue and unidentified aircraft that was sighted on radar near MH370 and to this day not identified could have been a US AWAC that flew alongside and took over control of the aircraft and provided radar and comm shielding. Refuelling may not have been required. The involvement of US AWACS and the US in general may go some way to explaining as to why there are no voyage records, military radar pings, satellite images, back boxes or explanation by NSA of the location of the passenger mobile phones that were ringing.

    March 19, 2014 at 9:12 pm
    • TNA says:

      I love you like a brother, really I do Bardon. But you are surely the only person who would take the time out of his evening with his family to write a critique on a self-confessed pile of made up crap used to parody the mass hysteria as if it were a serious theory.

      Still, Mrs. Bardon is clearly happy for you to spend your “us time” that way I s’pose.

      March 19, 2014 at 10:01 pm
      • Bardon says:

        Anything to brighten the life up a bit. They were all watching Pretty Little Liars on apple TV whils t ityped, what else could I do?

        Anyway don’t you know I am a no planer.

        March 19, 2014 at 10:06 pm
  • Tim Newman says:

    For decades now, Syria’s ally, Russia, had been using the Syrian desert to the west of the Euphrates as a military laboratory location with the critically important attribute of being “plausibly deniable”.

    You’re definitely onto something here. Russia has always lacked two things: a decent warm-water port, and an area where they can conduct clandestine research away from prying eyes. Everywhere you go in Russia there’s a damned babushka picking mushrooms. I can see why the Syrian desert appeals, especially when the civil war is raging all around: even though the concussions would shatter the occasional test tube, at least nobody will be nosing around and, as you say, the Russians can plausibly deny any involvement (or at least, up to the point that a pasty alcoholic called Dmitri is actually Syrian).

    March 19, 2014 at 10:00 pm
  • Peewhit says:

    What is this with the CIA and Chinese special forces doing any winning right next door to Israel. The Chinese would have arrived to find the place old and rusty, well after the Israelis had already persuaded the Russians to tell all.

    March 19, 2014 at 11:10 pm
  • manlyorsum says:

    Poor taste, TNA. I expect better from a smart cookie like you.

    March 20, 2014 at 12:48 am
    • TNA says:

      Vifence?

      March 20, 2014 at 10:14 am
  • JoeBlow says:

    I was indeed, One wouldn’t signal one’s displeasure at something written by our host in so crass a manner.

    March 20, 2014 at 8:52 pm
    • Bardon says:

      I hope he writes the sequel today as my niece is staying over and most of the family will be gathered around to watch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars tonight.

      March 21, 2014 at 8:15 am
    • TNA says:

      Creep

      March 21, 2014 at 11:31 am
      • Bardon says:

        Riposte, Grasshopper.

        March 21, 2014 at 2:46 pm

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