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MH370 vs. MH17
« on: July 17, 2014, 19:19:03 PM »
Today the news said, a Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down by a russian missile.

The name of the plane was MH17.

Through we are all living in a world not made out of coincidences only here is a mother of conspiracy.

What if the plane that was shot down was MH370, the missing one. It was never found. And MH17 is now the missing plane?
I think it was cryptome who said, warmongers are on the rise, what if you need an international accident like this, to forward a war in Ukraine?

For sure weirdo stuff, but if you loose a plane of the same type 777, why this should not happen twice? or get mixed up?
The Q: is,

who would and could something like that?
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2014, 14:25:24 PM »
AIDS conference attendees remember 6 who died on MH17

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014/07/20/20th-international-aids-conference-six-researchers-died-mh17/12911929/

shortly before the horrible dowing of MH17 this statement was going round the globe by UNAIDS:

"AIDS Could Be Defeated by 2030: UN"
http://www.outlookindia.com/news/article/AIDS-Could-Be-Defeated-by-2030-UN/850155

Joep Lange obituary
One of the world's top HIV/Aids researchers and prominent pioneer of antiretroviral therapy
http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jul/21/joep-lange

here is some interessting stuff on their work against the AIDS Virus:
http://www.nchiv.org/presentations.shtml

https://aighd.org/people/joep-lange/scientific-publications/

Let me add for you one little part of his work.

A Chinese proverb:
Those that say it can’t be done
should get out of the way
of those doing it.

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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2014, 19:20:34 PM »
MH370 was departing from Kuala Lumpur
MH17 Destination was Kuala Lumpur

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tun_Razak_Exchange

take a visit: http://trx.my/

one plane missing, one shot down - both are mysteries of the 21st century. - if you would follow the money and you want to hide SOMETHING BIG, nothing would be better than a missing plane and a international conflict, or?

so who is the bad boy - USA, Russia, Iran, Israel? ..... or someone totally different we do not think about because of all these smoke and mirrors...

what would you hide having two planes, a international crisis and a missing one?

This is finest conspiracy and you can build your own opinion!

(in times of super-internet-connections - how much money does fit on a USB drive???)
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2015, 11:30:44 AM »
what is really interesting about that news is the reaction by the russian media which distances itself from the "mass media" same stuff wikileaks claims it is. but as soon you are part of the media you are part of the masses - there is no such MSM thing, another creation planted in our minds :-). I love calling this the "Snowden-Effect".

Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was 'hijacked by Russians', claims aviation expert
MALAYSIA Airlines flight MH370 which was been missing for more than a year may have been hijacked by Russians, an aviation expert has claimed today.
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/564684/Malaysia-Airlines-flight-MH370-hijacked-Russians-Vladimir-Putin-conspiracy-theory

'True story!' MSM spins theory that Putin hijacked MH370 and landed it in Kazakhstan
http://rt.com/op-edge/235275-mh370-putin-kidnap-kazakhstan/

it is also interesting that Russia Today claims in the same article the shootdown of MH17 by an ukrainian SU-25 jet. So it´s just here we go peeps.
it´s not WYSIWYG folks, MH17 vs MH370 is still a huge mystery.

feet:
SU-25, MH17 and the Problems with Keeping a Story Straight
https://www.bellingcat.com/news/uk-and-europe/2015/01/10/su-25-mh17-and-the-problems-with-keeping-a-story-straight/
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2015, 20:18:36 PM »
according to some news in the web a "whistleblower" appeared and had info on the MH17 happenings.
but it should also been known that this "whistleblower" was involved in a lot of money and if it´s money that makes you blow a whistle it´s a bit fishy tasty.

however this Thread has more than 10.000 reads so pretty sure people follow the MH17 vs MH370 still. even if we forgot about it sometimes with all that trouble in our world.

interesting is Swiss role in that story, we have been aware of Switzerland since the massive FIFA corruption scandal and it is again a person from Switzerland playing a role in a massive upcoming cover-up story. I always remember a quote about the SND (called: Switzerland´s Intelligence Agencies)

"That our country is in a neutral position does not mean we do not listen"

however... here is the link:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mh17-crash-whistleblower-has-come-forward-with-information-claims-private-detective-10327953.html
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #5 on: June 21, 2015, 13:32:20 PM »
Oh hey !

isn´t this funny? a day after I was talking about Switzerland´s Intelligence Service this came a day later to my eyes.

Swiss Government About to Give More Power to Its Intelligence Services
http://www.matthewaid.com/post/121912704011/swiss-government-about-to-give-more-power-to-its

so let´s be neutral, errm like wikileaks .... oh wait.....?!



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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2015, 16:17:06 PM »
MH370 I saw with my own eyes from our plane flying home to Australia. When we landed we heard of the disappearance and I knew for sure it was the plane we saw. I never reported it as I assumed the pilots of our plane would have seen it. After some weeks I knew there was no point reporting anyway as it was obviously a set up and would be covered up no matter what I said
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #7 on: June 21, 2015, 19:02:00 PM »
MH370 I saw with my own eyes from our plane flying home to Australia. When we landed we heard of the disappearance and I knew for sure it was the plane we saw. I never reported it as I assumed the pilots of our plane would have seen it. After some weeks I knew there was no point reporting anyway as it was obviously a set up and would be covered up no matter what I said

How could you be sure it was MH370 ? What flight level ?

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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2015, 19:51:59 PM »
TCAS must have gone wild in the cockpit :D how could you see it´s 370?
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17Hijack suspected as Malaysian cargo ship goes missing
« Reply #9 on: September 10, 2015, 19:44:54 PM »
that´s odd ...

Hijack suspected as Malaysian cargo ship goes missing

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian authorities were on Thursday (Sep 10) searching for a cargo ship that has been missing for a week and is feared hijacked in the piracy-prone South China Sea, a coast guard official said.

The owners of the Malaysian-registered vessel lost contact with it last Thursday while it travelled along the coast of the Malaysian state of Sarawak, said First Admiral Ismaili Bujang Pit, the state's coast guard chief.

The MV Sah Lian was carrying a mixed cargo including iron products, piping and food from the Sarawak capital Kuching to the town of Limbang, manned by a crew of 14 including Malaysian, Indonesian, Myanmar, and Indian nationals.

"We believe this ship has been hijacked and taken out of Malaysian waters. We believe it could be in Indonesian waters near the Natuna islands," he said.

The Natuna islands are an Indonesian archipelago in the South China Sea between Borneo and mainland Malaysia.

Ismaili said three Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency vessels were searching for the ship. The agency also has reached out to Thailand and Vietnam for assistance.

The London-based International Maritime Bureau (IMB) says Southeast Asian waters are now the world's most piracy-prone, and has called for decisive action by regional authorities to prevent the situation spiralling out of control.

The missing Malaysian vessel, however, does not fit the usual profile of ships targeted in a spate of piracy attacks in recent years. These normally have involved small coastal tankers whose valuable fuel or oil cargo is siphoned off before the ships and crews are released.

In June, a Malaysian tanker was hijacked in the South China Sea, with the pirates eluding authorities for days. ( you know who got it´s bases there..)

A week after the hijacking, eight suspected Indonesian pirates were arrested on a Vietnamese island after apparently fleeing the tanker in a lifeboat. The case is being investigated by Vietnamese, Malaysian and Indonesian authorities.

- AFP/al

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/hijack-suspected-as/2117044.html
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Re: MH370 vs. MH17
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2015, 23:50:53 PM »
why's that odd ?