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On Beijing’s bad side: Malaysia faces political costs of MH370 disaster

24.03.2014 09:01

​The puzzling disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has seriously harmed Malaysia’s image abroad, and the government’s handling of the crisis has garnered criticism from domestic opposition parties and key ally, China.

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Ivan888 25.04.2014 16:16

Malaysia should tell Chinese, we are forced to keep silent about what really happen by same people who helped China to become powerful.
So what is problem?

 

Robert Kimble 08.04.2014 21:12

China I will tell you once and that's it. Forget about 370 and lay off Malaysia or you, as a country, will suffer til eternity. Mark my words.

 

Norberto Triemstra 04.04.2014 06:15

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 search and rescue is a GLOBAL embarrassing BLUNDER.

Th e fact that the search party has a black box ping detector since just a few days ago is just the tip of the ICEBERG.

 

amazing-world 31.03.2014 11:45

This is the real deal, Google 'CIA 777' and read about it for yourself. The CIA is obviously setting up another false-flag op like 911 but they learned the lesson that you can't 'land an airplane on the Pentagon' without actual debris of some kind, or heck, even a wheel or a bolt that resembles an alleged airplane part.

So, the CIA needed a 777 for something, took everybody to 45K to kill them off, and landed the airplane someplace. The real question is ... what are they going to hit next with it?

 

Robert 28.03.2014 13:58

Nobody knows where the plain crashed and the only sensible assumption is that it drowned in the ocean. There is nothig to demand if there is no information.

 

Steven Severn 26.03.2014 08:26

It's not surprising China is demading to see the evidence used to determine that the aircraft flew to where Malaysia claims it did. Malaysia is informed by information from US/UK.

 

mergon 25.03.2014 10:09

What they had a good reputation abroad ?

 

Darryl Hetherington 25.03.2014 09:51

David Kendrick 24.03.2014 17:48

Look where no-one looks at all, Diego Garcia
.... flying overhead for them has cargo cult status.

All the rest is just smoke and mirrors, just like the crowd walking around the school at Sandy Hook, directed into a circle around and through the 'crime' scene.

China has the absolute right to condem Malaysia for obstructing the search, but who is pulling Malaysias strings to misdirect ?.
Pull away the curtain to reveal the real wizard of OZ Toto.

  

Very good and valid observation DK. An aware man...

 

Sassymui8 25.03.2014 09:39

China criticising Malaysia is like the pot calling the kettle black. Remember the SARS outbreak in China, I believe this is Karma.

 

Leigh C 24.03.2014 22:51

How is it that this is never mentioned as a motive? It's well-known that passengers from Huawei and ZTE were on board. Both Chinese companies have specifically been declared U.S. national security threats for spying and connections to the Chinese military. Oh, and
selling technology to Iran. There were 20 employees from Freescale Semiconductors a U.S. Dept. of Defense contractor) on board as well. Read this from the New York Times and process how threatening these Chinese spies are for the U.S.

Octobe r 9, 2012

 

David Kendrick 24.03.2014 17:48

Look where no-one looks at all, Diego Garcia
First place the world should have looked because on March 8th the Islanders of the Maldives watched with some suprise flight 370 heading south from their Islands, an aircraft flying overhead for them has cargo cult status.

All the rest is just smoke and mirrors, just like the crowd walking around the school at Sandy Hook, directed into a circle around and through the 'crime' scene.

China has the absolute right to condem Malaysia for obstructing the search, but who is pulling Malaysias strings to misdirect ?.

Pull away the curtain to reveal the real wizard of OZ Toto.

 

Lorne Abbey 24.03.2014 16:09

Backdoors.....backdo ors, who loves to use backdoors? it's too irresistable. We all know who likes to use backdoors as a weapon to undermine networks or governments. "If the shoe fits....."

 

DoAsk DoTell 24.03.2014 13:41

The theory of political sabotage sounds most plausible. The pivot to Asia => wedges between good relationships between China and its Asian neighbors.

Boeing definitely... either knows their stuff well & work hand in hand with the military
OR they have made some serious design flaws?

 

penelope powell 24.03.2014 13:16

Take Boeing to court. They are the one identified participant that can't claim they don't know where the plane went. Someone at Boeing knows where the plane was when the engine was turned off, due to their GPS monitoring of all their motors. Gorden Duff article on Veteran Times.

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