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MH370 search: Aussie ocean shield detects possible black box ping

07.04.2014 04:29

An Australian ship has detected signals that might originate from Malaysian Airlines flight 370’s black boxes, in what’s been called the "most promising lead" so far in the search for the missing plane.

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rockyh77 21.04.2014 17:59

Blackstone is owned by Rothschild, who finances Soros. Blackstone owns Freescale who had 70 engineers on board, 20 of whom were upper management, 4 of whom were on an un-approved patent. The patent was approved three days after the plane went missing. The patent is for eleven devices at least one of which is for radar cloaking. These devices are worth billions. Every dime of which will go to Freescale and into the pocket of Mr. Rothschild. What are the chances? The plane I believe has been made into a huge bomb and refitted on the border of Pakistan before being moved for long storage into eastern Libya.


JMuhammad 13.04.2014 15:17

Minister Farrakhan: “It very well could be that we have been lied to. But I would rather hold my tongue, because I believe if it is other than what they have said, God will make it manifest, for this is The Day of Truth … The Well-Dressed Lie will be unfrocked and laid bare by The Presence of God.

“The re is no evidence yet that the plane is in the depth of the Indian Ocean. It could be, but there may be another explanation that those knowledgeable ones, that have satellite knowledge of things, are afraid to say what they see, or what they know. So be patient! The Day of Deceit of The Masses is over.”


Blam! 08.04.2014 07:16

This seems a disproportionately angry response. Are you in love with Rosti, Toni? Or are you being paid to diss?


Frank Mc Carthy 08.04.2014 01:52

No one believes Western Mainstream Media filth anymore, even the broadsheets are now comparable to the Daily Sport Tabloid. Dissinformation and filthy lies is all we get. The only decent free alternative press left is RT and Press TV.


07.04.2014 16:04

Aircraft freshly delivered from Diego Garcia. Nice attempt boyz!


JoseyWales 07.04.2014 14:46

Good thing the Australians are ignoring the worthless Chinese with their cans-on-a-stick ping detectors. Now, they might stand a chance of finding the black boxes.


Steven 07.04.2014 14:14

Phillip Wood photograph, diego garcia (google it)


Jenny White 07.04.2014 13:28

Who knows who is profiting, but please go away with obfuscation. The only truth to come out of this was the news immediately following the plane's disappearance.
Pings, bings, dings


See 07.04.2014 13:24

Also on the plane were 20 senior staff from a US technology company who had just launched a new electronic warfare gadget for military radar systems in the days before the Boeing 777 went missing.

An d who gets the patents... Rockefeller...


Lynn Ertell 07.04.2014 13:09

If indeed we ultimately determine that the flight was "disappeared&qu ot; by intention, then we would naturally ask "Cui bono?" (as the savvy Romans typically did). We would then begin looking at the three pillars of a criminal investigation: Motive, Means and Opportunity.


Lynn Ertell 07.04.2014 13:08

One doesn't know yet whether a crime has actually ocurred; versus a spontaneous or accidental flight failure. Unless of course, one wants to examine whatever obfuscations and lies have ALREADY been propagated by government authorities and corporate media..


Lynn Ertell 07.04.2014 13:07

The pain and suffering of the missing passengers' families seems very real to me. I suppose it would be natural to look at the obvious statistical 'hump" of so many tech project-management people from a single company booked on this flight. We would be curious about their nationality/citizens hip/passport status, and just how critically strategic was the project they were working on (either industrially or milirtariy). Was it "classified&quo t; by the government or corporate agency contracting for the work ?

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