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Mar 18 - Kremlin: Malaysian Flight 370 Hijacked by US Navy to protect ‘Suspicious Cargo’

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 Mar 18 - Kremlin: Malaysian Flight 370 Hijacked by US Navy to protect ‘Suspicious Cargo’
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A new report circulating in the Kremlin prepared by the Russian Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces (GRU) states that Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) experts remain “puzzled” as to why the United States Navy “captured and then diverted” a Malaysia Airlines civilian aircraft from its intended flight-path to their vast and highly-secretive Indian Ocean base located on the Diego Garcia atoll.

According to this report, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (also marketed as China Southern Airlines flight 748 through a codeshare) was a scheduled passenger flight from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing, China, when on 8 March this Boeing 777-200ER aircraft“disappeared” in flight with 227 passengers on board from 15 countries, most of whom were Chinese, and 12 crew members.

Interesting to note, this report says, was that Flight 370 was already under GRU “surveillance” after it received a “highly suspicious” cargo load that had been traced to the Indian Ocean nation Republic of Seychelles, and where it had previously been aboard the US-flagged container ship MV Maersk Alabama.

What first aroused GRU suspicions regarding the MV Maersk Alabama, this report continues, was that within 24-hours of off-loading this “highly suspicious” cargo load bound for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the two highly-trained US Navy Seals a.ssigned to protect it, Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Keith Reynolds, 44, were found dead under “suspicious circumstances.”

Both Kennedy and Reynolds, this report says, were employed by the Virginia Beach, Virginia-based maritime security firm The Trident Group which was founded by US Navy Special Operations Personnel (SEAL’s) and Senior US Naval Surface Warfare Officers and has long been known by the GRU to protect vital transfers of both atomic and biological materials throughout the world.

Upon GRU “assests” confirming that this “highly suspicious” cargo was aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on 8 March, this report notes, Moscow notified China’s Ministry of State Security (MSS) of their concerns and received “assurances” that “all measures” would be taken as to ascertain what was being kept so hidden when this aircraft entered into their airspace.

However, this report says, and as yet for still unknown reasons, the MSS was preparing to divert Flight 370 from its scheduled destination of Beijing to Haikou Meilan International Airport (HAK) located in Hainan Province (aka Hainan Island).

Prior to entering the People Liberation Army (PLA) protected zones of the South China Sea known as the Spratly Islands, this report continues, Flight 370 “significantly deviated” from its flight course and was tracked by VKO satellites and radar flying into the Indian Ocean region and completing its nearly 3,447 kilometer (2,142 miles) flight to Diego Garcia.

Critical to note about Flight 370’s flight deviation, GRU experts in this report say, was that it occurred during the same time period that all of the Spratly Island mobile phone communications operated by China Mobile were being jammed.

China Mobile, it should be noted, extended phone coverage in the Spratly Islands in 2011 so that PLA soldiers stationed on the islands, fishermen, and merchant vessels within the area would be able to use mobile services, and can also provide a.ssistance during storms and sea rescues.

As to how the US Navy was able to divert Flight 370 to its Diego Garcia base, this report says, appears to have been accomplished remotely as this Boeing 777-200ER aircraft is equipped with a fly-by-wire (FBW) system that replaces the conventional manual flight controls of an aircraft with an electronic interface allowing it to be controlled like any drone-type aircraft.

However, this report notes, though this aircraft can be controlled remotely, the same cannot be said of its communication systems which can only be shut down manually; and in the case of Flight 370, its data reporting system was shut down at 1:07 a.m., followed by its transponder (which transmits location and altitude) which was shut down at 1:21 a.m.

What remains “perplexing” about this incident, GRU analysts in this report say, are why the American mainstream media outlets have yet to demand from the Obama regime the radar plots and satellite images of the Indian Ocean and South China Sea regions as the US military covers this entire area from Diego Garcia like no other seas in the world due to its vital shipping and air lanes.

Most sadly, this report concludes, the US is actually able to conceal the reason(s) for the “disappearance” of Flight 370 as they have already done so after the events of 11 September 2011 when the then Bush regime “disappeared” American Airlines Flight 77and its 64 passengers and crew after falsely claiming it hit the Pentagon, but which was confirmed by the CNN News Service [see video HERE] not to have happened.
Russia “Puzzled” Over Malaysia Airlines “Capture” By US Navy | EUTimes.net

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u never know..
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Okay. Ill wait for the false flag.
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get this bullsh*t outta here
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n*gga what?

ima pretend i aint see this
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Lol!!
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thatruest said:
Lol!!
Is that lol as in, "This is ridiculous" or is it more like, "Darn.. They caught us!"

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from today..

Maldives 'witnesses' report seeing 'low flying jet' on morning that MH370 disappeared, as the search becomes the longest in modern aviation history - follow latest updates on missing Malaysia Airlines plane


The airport runway of Diego Garcia is among the top five locations the investigative team discovered on the simulator programme in Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah’s residence in Shah Alam last Saturday
Male International Airport in Maldives, an airport owned by the United States (Diego Garcia)
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If you look back in history, a lot of "wild" stuff went down prior to the jumpoff of WWI & WWII.

Just saying...
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^ for real tho.. Lots of questionable rhetoric.. Would not be surprised if somethin goes down in the next year
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It may be a false report from russia too...you never know, both of these powers have centuries of experience
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XxKingLeonxX said:
Is that lol as in, "This is ridiculous" or is it more like, "Darn.. They caught us!"

Ridiculous.


I think:
Military had to shoot down the boeing due to it flying around while not appearing on radar and it's inability to communicate. After a while, something like that comes across as a potential threat. So they shot it down & now the Malaysian government is trying it's best to put it's own manufactured puzzle together because they wouldn't want to admit as to what really happened.

Though I feel as if I would have agreed to do the same. It's just a tragic event.
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In March 1971, United States Naval construction battalions (Seabees) arrived on Diego Garcia to begin the construction of the Communications Station and an airfield.[24] To satisfy the terms of an agreement between the UK and the United States for an uninhabited island, the plantation on Diego Garcia was closed in October of that year.[25] The plantation workers and their families were relocated to the plantations on Peros Bahnos and Salomon atolls to the northwest; those who requested were transported to the Seychelles or Mauritius.[26] In 1972, the UK decided to close the plantations throughout the Chagos, including those on Peros Banhos and the Salomon Islands, and deported the Ilois to their ancestral homes on either the Seychelles or Mauritius.[26] The then-independent Mauritian government refused to accept the islanders without payment, and in 1974, the UK gave the Mauritian government an additional ₤650,000 to resettle the islanders.[27]
By 1973, construction of the Naval Communications Station (NAVCOMMSTA) was completed.[28] In the early 1970s, setbacks to United States military capabilities in the region including the fall of Saigon, victory of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, the closure of the Peshawar Air Station listening post in Pakistan and Kagnew Station in Ethiopia, the Mayaguez incident, and the build-up of Soviet Naval presence in Aden and a Soviet airbase at Berbera, Somalia, caused the United States to request, and the UK to approve, permission to build a fleet anchorage and enlarged airfield on Diego Garcia,[29] and the Seabees doubled the number of workers constructing these facilities.[29]
Following the fall of the Shah of Iran and the Iran Hostage Crisis in 1979–1980, the West became concerned with ensuring the flow of oil from the Persian Gulf through the Strait of Hormuz, and the United States received permission for a $400 million expansion of the military facilities on Diego Garcia consisting of two parallel 12,000-foot-long (3,700 m) runways, expansive parking aprons for heavy bombers, 20 new anchorages in the lagoon, a deep water pier, port facilities for the largest naval vessels in the American or British fleet, aircraft hangars, maintenance buildings and an air terminal, a 1,340,000 barrels (213,000 m3) fuel storage area, and billeting and messing facilities for thousands of sailors and support personnel.[29]
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We load our own sh*t through our own planes. We wouldn't load cargo into a commercial airline jet and just allow people to disappear.

Unless you're going to roll with a story that there were huge Chinese engineers and they had to be k!lled.

A lot of you theorists ask good questions, the risky questions are the best. I used to be like that. But I work for the USN as an Intelligence Specialist. A lot of the sh*t I swore we did before I joined, we don't.

The games are real, the games are sick... & every major government is playing.
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thatruest said:
We load our own sh*t through our own planes. We wouldn't load cargo into a commercial airline jet and just allow people to disappear.

Unless you're going to roll with a story that there were huge Chinese engineers and they had to be k!lled.

A lot of you theorists ask good questions, the risky questions are the best. I used to be like that. But I work for the USN as an Intelligence Specialist. A lot of the sh*t I swore we did before I joined, we don't.

The games are real, the games are sick... & every major government is playing.
Thats what I was thinking...why not just use the army/navy cargo jets that go from point A to point B with no hickups
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As to how the US Navy was able to divert Flight 370 to its Diego Garcia base, this report says, appears to have been accomplished remotely as this Boeing 777-200ER aircraft is equipped with a fly-by-wire (FBW) system that replaces the conventional manual flight controls of an aircraft with an electronic interface allowing it to be controlled like any drone-type aircraft.
Was an ok story till that part.

Sounds like a Tom Clancy novel. Was hoping they were gonna say the US Navy pulled a Bane and captured the plane like he did in Batman.

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Tic Toc said:
Thats what I was thinking...why not just use the army/navy cargo jets that go from point A to point B with no hickups
Malaysian government knows more than we do. It's actually frustrating to have had to send two destroyers out to look, talking about sending more. Conversation has had a lot of "uhh" and "call you back" from their side.
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