CONVENIENT TIME FOR A “TERRORIST” INCIDENT

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Posted on 8th March 2014 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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My first thought when I saw this story was, why the fuck is the U.S. probing this crash. It’s a Malaysian airline flying in the Far East with no American passengers. Why are we the self selected policeman for the world? Let the Malaysians investigate their own failures. This has absolutely nothing to do with the United States, but our corporate fascist masters need to use this “terror” attack to further clamp down on our freedoms and liberties. New restrictions and guidelines will be imposed. The fear mongering by the captured MSM will be ramped up to make the ignorant masses cower and beg for protection. 

The timing of this “terrorist” incident is very interesting. The world is on edge with the Ukraine crisis deepening. The U.S. and EU have been blustering, but they are having their asses handed to them by the old KGB agent – Putin. What better than a “terror” distraction. I can’t wait to find out the “terrorists” were from Iran, Syria or Russia. I’m sure our U.S. terrorist “experts” will discover the truth. I wonder if they knew the truth before the bomb exploded. I wonder why I’m so skeptical about anything I’m told by my beloved government keepers. 

I sure hope this doesn’t interfere with Obama’s round of golf today.

US Probes Terrorist Concerns Over ‘Missing’ Malaysian Airlines Jet

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The dismal news overnight that a Malaysian Airlines jet, carrying over 200 passengers and crew, had “gone missing” appears to have become considerably more troublesome. News this morning of pools of oil off the Vietnam coast – suggestive of a crash – are dreadful but, as NBC News reports, perhaps more crucially, U.S. officials told NBC News on Saturday they are investigating terrorism concerns after two people listed as passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet turned out not to be on the plane and had reported their passports stolen (while in Thailand).

 

 

The lastest on the “missing” plane (via The Telegraph),

Vietnam air force planes spot two oil slicks suspected to be from missing Malaysian Boeing 777 jet.

 

The fate of flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing remains unclear more than 12 hours after air traffic controllers lost touch with the plane.

 

However, Vietnamese authorities said they had spotted a 14-mile long oil slick 120 miles off the coast of Cape Ca Mau – the most southerly point of Vietnam’s mainland. 

 

A Vietnamese government statement said the slicks were spotted late on Saturday off the southern tip of Vietnam and were each between six and nine miles long.

But there are growing concerns that this was a terrorist attack… (via NBC News,)

Luigi Maraldi, 37, was the only Italian on a passenger manifest released by the airline after the jet disappeared over the South China Sea.

 

 But his father, Walter Maraldi, told NBC News from Cesena, Italy: “Luigi called us early this morning to reassure us he was fine, but we didn’t know about the accident. Thank God he heard about it before us.”

 

Luigi Maraldi was on vacation in Thailand, the father said. He said that Luigi Maraldi’s passport was stolen one year ago.

 

The foreign ministry of Austria confirmed to NBC News that police had made contact with a citizen who was also on the passenger list, and who reported his passport stolen two years ago while traveling in Asia.

And Reuters confirms that both passports were stolen in Thailand (where there is considerable social unrest occurring currently),

“[The Austrian] embassy got the information that there was an Austrian on board. That was the passenger list from Malaysia Airlines. Our system came back with a note that this is a stolen passport,” he said.

Police found the man at his home. The passport was stolen two years ago while he was travelling in Thailand, the spokesman said.

The foreign ministry in Rome said no Italian was on the plane either, despite the inclusion of Maraldi’s name on the list.

Newspaper Corriere Della Sera reported that his passport was stolen in Thailand last August. The police could not confirm press reports that it had been registered as lost or stolen there, as they said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was responsible for thefts abroad.

29 Comments
  1. JEFF says:

    I also thought, what a convenient time for a distraction. Just remember that our DHS continues to purchase High Density Ammonium Nitrate, A-5 Flake RDX and just yesterday 1980 sticks of Unimax extra gelatin NG dynamite. These purchases were made by the DHS through the TSA. Go figure. Just sayin’, nothing is as it appears.

    8th March 2014 at 3:56 pm

  2. Thinker says:

    Funny, I was reading the story last night and someone on the comment section said she had called her sister in Vietnam and the plane had landed safely at a local airport there. They had reported smoke in the cabin and landed to check everything out. The commenter said it was likely the U.S. news media was just late in reporting the plane was safe.

    Wake up this morning and all reference to that comment is gone, the plane remains missing and there’s no indication of any local Vietnamese coverage whatsoever. Not that the anonymous poster couldn’t have been a troll making up the “plane landed safely” story, but it does make you wonder.

    8th March 2014 at 4:26 pm

  3. Jackson says:

    Administrator, we must both be manipulated by the same crypto-commie mindset manipulator.
    I had exactly the same thoughts…. “Why are we there…Our U.S, terrorist ‘experts’ will discover the truth…(Did) they know the truth before the bomb exploded…I wonder why I’m so skeptical about anything I’m told by my beloved government keepers.”

    I’m going to ask my alter ego, IraK. I’ve found that he generally knows what’s going on (behind the scenes.) Sorry that I won’t be able to pass along the answers though. It’s not because IraK says, “If I told you I’d have to kill you,” it’s because… well, it’s just because.

    8th March 2014 at 4:55 pm

  4. Card802 says:

    Whew, so the people aren’t really dead?
    That’s a relief.

    8th March 2014 at 4:56 pm

  5. SSS says:

    Three most likely reasons for the disappearance:

    1. Act of terrorism

    2. Sudden catastrophic aircraft structural failure

    3. Catastrophic weather event, for example, encountering severe turbulence, which could cause #2 above and/or complete loss of control of the aircraft

    I’ve read nothing on what the weather was supposed to be from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Nor is there ANY indication thus far that any “Mayday” or distress communications were made by the aircrew. The plane just “disappeared” from radio contact AND radar.

    Thus far, it appears that #1 may be the leading contender. We may never know for sure if the “black box” (it’s actually orange) isn’t recovered.

    8th March 2014 at 5:08 pm

  6. Stucky says:

    The airline has already apologized, there are pictures of grieving family, pictures of radar showing the airplanes sudden disappearance …….. too much data there to fall for the “plane landed safely” theory. So very very many people would have to agree to being part of the coverup ….. making it a virtually zero probability.

    In terms of distractions I don’t think so. While the death of 200+ is tragic, it’s just not big enough or spectacular enough. This story will be out of the news cycle in a couple days. Ukraine won’t.

    If “they” want a Major Distraction I would suggest “they” have Oreo actually tell the Truth … about anything, really. This would confuse the living shit out of several billion people for a month or more.

    8th March 2014 at 5:30 pm

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  8. Thinker says:

    Card, I initially felt the same relief, but as time goes by, it’s increasingly likely that the plane went down in some kind of catastrophic manner (i.e., pilots were unable to send a distress call), The commenter I mentioned was likely just a troll.

    8th March 2014 at 5:34 pm

  9. Hagar says:

    It has been reported that radio contact was lost 40 minutes into the flight. Unknown when radar contact was lost. The oil slicks seem to be the likely spot that the 777 went down. So far the facts tend to indicate a terrorist act. Lost radio contact and no transponder alert to indicate a problem leads me to think that the aircraft was taken over, or a outside force, think missile, occurred. Possible, but unlikely a catastrophic event did occur, yeah, like flight 800 center fuel tank explosion. Not likely that any eyewitnesses will show up.

    8th March 2014 at 5:49 pm

  10. steve says:

    admin, im getting all sorts of phishing tabs popping up when im on your site since monday.
    is anyone else seeing this issue? im running firefox

    8th March 2014 at 6:48 pm

  11. Administrator says:

    steve

    There are new in content link ads. If your arrow goes over the links an ad will pop up.

    8th March 2014 at 6:58 pm

  12. steve says:

    Admin,
    i know what you mean, but thats not it. an entire new firefox tab opens up and several different types of “updates” are listed , basically saying i must click NOW to continue using the page.
    i will try and capture screenshots for you and send them to see if its phishing or legit.

    8th March 2014 at 7:03 pm

  13. Hagar says:

    Why is my Like or Dislike tag blocked? My comments are not vile nor controversial. I have over 10,000 hours flight time and 23 years as a Marine and commercial pilot and am entitled to an opinion even though I am not one of the regular loud mouths.

    8th March 2014 at 11:11 pm

  14. SSS says:

    “Why is my Like or Dislike tag blocked? My comments are not vile nor controversial.”
    —-Hagar

    THAT’S your fucking problem, you dick-headed moron. It’s clueless assholes like you that give this site a bad reputation, so hit the fucking road, jarhead.

    9th March 2014 at 12:53 am

  15. Zarathustra says:

    SSS, bad day at golf? I guess you haven’t taken my sage advice of smoking weed first.

    Hagar, you are not being singled out. Sometimes the like/dislike buttons work and sometimes they don’t. I have no idea why.

    9th March 2014 at 12:58 am

  16. Llpoh says:

    Hagar – you cannot click on your own post’s like or dislike button. That would be unfair. No one can do that.

    You just got the newbie welcome. Your crap about 10k hrs and 23 years a Marine (for fuck sake you brag about that? I’d rather a sister in a whorehouse than a brother in the Marines, but whatever) was asking for trouble. Gotta ease into that shit slow like.

    9th March 2014 at 1:24 am

  17. Billy says:

    Sooo, the plane suffered massive spontaneous existence failure… but last I heard, there were 20 Americans on board. Wife got the intel from a German site.

    9th March 2014 at 8:06 am

  18. ragman says:

    The real question is : was there someone or something onboard that someone else wanted killed or destroyed? Too many unanswered questions and lack of info to even speculate what happened. The Triple 7 is an excellent airplane with a near perfect safety record and it doesn’t just “fall out of the sky”! Depending on exactly where it went down, we may never know what really happened.

    9th March 2014 at 8:31 am

  19. SSS says:

    “SSS, bad day at golf?”
    —-Zara

    Naw, just a lame attempt at humor at Hagar’s expense, who said, “My comments are not vile nor controversial. (I) am entitled to an opinion even though I am not one of the regular loud mouths.”

    Everyone here knows that I in particular am not loud-mouthed, but rather a soft spoken, even tempered, laid back individual who ever so gently will weigh in with comments that are carefully crafted so as not to offend. Vile and offensive remarks are simply not my style.

    SSS
    Hagar’s Bosom Buddy

    9th March 2014 at 12:08 pm

  20. Administrator says:

    “The dogs bark; the caravan moves on.”

    Josef Stalin

    9th March 2014 at 1:06 pm

  21. davel says:

    What major statement would terroists make by blowing up a Malaysian Airplane? A better statement would be to hi-jack that plane land it on some remote island, get rid of the passengers and then load the plane with explosives and fly it into a major city building in the area.

    9th March 2014 at 9:05 pm

  22. Thinker says:

    Conspiracy Theories Begin

    Naturally, conspiracy theories are already flying left and right on social media. One theory suggests the plane’s sudden disappearance is a “false flag” operation intentionally planted by CNN. Another claims that some relatives of the passengers onboard have even reported hearing their phones ring–but no one is answering.

    Other tin foilers have gone so far as to suggest that the plane simply vanished. “If we never find the debris,” writes one theorist, “it means some entirely new, mysterious and powerful force is at work on our planet which can pluck airplanes out of the sky without leaving behind even a shred of evidence.”

    Another, just as bizarre conspiracy theory suggests terrorists hijacked the plane, and have parked the plane intact in an abandoned hanger to use as “a weapon of mass destruction” in the future

    10th March 2014 at 5:39 pm

  23. Thinker says:

    Remember that comment I mentioned, that the plane had landed safely? I tried to see if I could find it, and instead dug up several reports that have been covered in the media.

    Malaysia Airlines says no confirmation that missing plane landed in China

    Rumors of emergency landing in Nanning, China fake?

    Officials all over the place are saying it’s not true. Looks like this is going to be an interesting story for awhile.

    10th March 2014 at 6:02 pm

  24. llpoh says:

    Any groups claiming credit for its destruction? As a rule, terrorists do that at the first moment a disaster comes to light.

    10th March 2014 at 7:20 pm

  25. Iska Waran says:

    My guess is that it was Uyghurs behind the plot. They’re PO’d at China (see last week’s knife attack). They would have had to enlist other jihadis, though. Since the two stolen passports that were used to gain entry to the plane were Austrian & Italian, I expected white guys (converts to Islam) – until I saw the story about the “Italian” looking like Mario Balotelli (black guy). Lemme guess – the “Austrian” looked like Yaphet Kotto. That’s Malaysian security for you. My main reason for suspecting Uyghurs is simply that the vast majority of the passengers were Chinese. Maybe they’re not bragging because China would nuke the whole lot of the Uyghurs. That would be kind of passive aggressive, though, to do a terrorist attack and not say why. If it was a passive aggressive attack, it was probably the Norwegians.

    10th March 2014 at 7:45 pm

  26. Zarathustra says:

    RT is reporting that the oil slicks reported off the southern coast of vietnam have been tested and are bunker oil, not kerosene.

    10th March 2014 at 8:20 pm

  27. Administrator says:

    WHO PREDICTED IRANIANS AS THE “TERRORISTS”?

    The Iranian “Stolen Passport” Passenger Plot Thickens

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/10/2014 20:32 -0400

    While progress on the search-and-recovery efforts of the missing Malaysian Airlines jet continues to disappoint, the stolen-passport plot thickens considerably. While earlier we discovered that it was a mysterious “Mr. Ali” that purchased the tickets for the two passengers traveling on stolen passports (with cash), The Telegraph reports that BBC Persia confirms they were Iranian nationals. According to another Iranian friend (who had hosted them while in Kuala Lumpur) the two were “looking for a place to settle” in Europe (intending to complete their journey in Frankfurt and Denmark).

    Correlation is, of course, not causation; and conspiracy theories are running rampant. As CNN notes,

    “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 INTERPOL’s databases,” said Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble in a statement.

    “We have speculation run amok, because we have no facts,” said Michael Goldfarb, a former chief of staff for the Federal Aviation Administration.

    But it is clear by the level of investigation that authorities are ‘interested’ in these two gentlemen, we now know to be of Iranian nationality…

    The two men said by Interpol to have been travelling on stolen passports on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that mysteriously disappeared on Saturday have been identified as Iranian nationals.

    A BBC Persia report quotes an Iranian friend of one of the men, who said he hosted the pair in Kuala Lumpur after they arrived from Tehran in the days preceding their flight to Beijing.

    The friend, who knew one of the men from his school days in Iran, said the men had bought the fake passports because they wanted to migrate to Europe.

    One of the Iranian nationals intended final destination was Frankfurt, where his mother lives, while the other wanted to travel to Denmark.

    The same source that spoke to BBC Persia also emailed CNN with a photograph of him posing with his two friends in the days before they embarked on their fateful trip.

    BBC Persia’s UN correspondent Bahman Kalbasi told The Telegraph that the two Iranians were “looking for a place to settle”.

    Of course, Iran remains a troubled and stifled economy thanks in large part to US-led sanctions and (as The Telegraph notes)

    US-led sanctions on Iran have plagued the economy and encouraged many young Iranians, who face high unemployment, to seek ways to travel to Europe, North America or Australia – legally or illegally.

    So, to summarize: 3 days ago a Malaysian Airlines jet disappears suddenly leaving no wreckage… the passenger manifest included 2 Ukrainians… and 2 Iranians who were traveling on stolen passports bought for them in cash by a mysterious Iranian known as “Mr.Ali”… who hoped to emigrate to Europe (by way of Kuala Lumpur and Beijing)…

    10th March 2014 at 8:47 pm

  28. Zarathustra says:

    Due to the sanctions on Iran’s central bank, they pay cash for everything. This was even true 10 years ago.

    10th March 2014 at 10:49 pm

  29. sensetti says:

    Holy Shit Iran did it…………Sure they did, they can’t find the fucking plane but we know who’s responsible, makes perfect sense. We will see pics of the perpetrators any day now.

    Go long United States Military Contractors, Short anything and everything Iranian. It won’t be long now, Iran will look like Iraq. It doesn’t pay to sell oil in anything but US Dollars related to the fact bombs fall on places that threaten the Dollar, happens every time. Why oil producing nations can’t figure that out is beyond me, its so absolutely predictable. The pricing of oil in US Dollars is the only thing propping the dollar up which allows the Feds to print at will. When the Petro Dollar ceases to exist so will the Money printing.

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    10th March 2014 at 11:14 pm

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