Former Malaysian PM: ‘The C.I.A. and Boeing are covering up flight 370’s whereabouts’, says report

After search crews have been led on a wild goose chase for months now, the whereabouts of MH370 are still unknown

By Shepard Ambellas
  • Is it possible flight 370 was overtaken remotely by the C.I.A. or N.S.A. after being hijacked?
  • Did the an alphabet agency or militarized faction land Malaysian Airlines flight 370 at Diego Garcia, a secret U.S. military base in the Indian Ocean?

At least one report states how Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, believes that flight 370 did not crash and that Boeing and the Central Intelligence Agency may know its whereabouts.

The former PM remains skeptical, mentioning how the mainstream media has been careful to cover up any mention of the C.I.A. or Boeing’s knowledge of the matter in the press, the report detailed.

Shockingly, in the report referencing the former PM, Candace Sutton reporting for the Daily Mail wrote:

‘Airplanes don’t just disappear,’ he said. ‘Certainly not these days with all the powerful communication systems, radio and satellite tracking and filmless cameras which operate almost indefinitely and possess huge storage capacities.’

‘The plane is somewhere, maybe without MAS [Malaysia Airlines] markings,’ he said, reports the Sydney Morning Herald

‘It is a waste of time and money to look for debris or oil slick or to listen for pings from the black box.

Now some speculate that all of the smoke and mirror displays by the press point to the possibility that flight 370 was somehow remotely intercepted by an alphabet agency or militarized faction via a satellite takeover link. In fact, eyewitness in Malaysia were said to have spotted the airliner being escorted by F-16 fighter jets early on as I  reported back on April 4. in an article titled Girlfriend of 370 passenger Wood: ‘Fighter jets accompanied flight 370 in secret militarized operation, my husband is still alive’. In the article I wrote:

In a strange twist of events Sara Bajc, the girlfriend of missing flight 370 passenger Phillip Wood, told CNN how the Malaysian military and even the U.S. are likely involved in a massive cover-up surrounding the aircrafts disappearance on the morning of Mar. 8.

Astonishingly Bajc told CNN, “The jet [flight 370] had actually been accompanied by fighter planes, there is some witness to that.”. 

“I think we need to have a better view into where that plane went and who has got it now”, Bajc told CNN going on to explain how she felt her boyfriend Phillip Wood was still alive somewhere. Bajc also pointed out that the general consensus amongst family members also leans toward the plane still being intact somewhere, alluding to a militarized operation.

“I am sure that the military in Malaysia knew that plane was there and has tracked that plane in some way. Now whether they were in control of it or not we don’t know. Many people are saying that the United States is involved […] but the general thinking across the families here and even non-families […] believe this was a military operation of some sort.”, said Bajc.

Shockingly, this dovetails with information already obtained by Intellihub News which, via GPS metadata, puts Phillip Wood in a holding cell at the U.S. controlled military base Diego Garcia.

To boot, Matthias Chang, a former political secretary in the Malaysian government confirms the remote hijacking theory. Astonishingly, in an article titled “Flight 370 was remote-hijacked”, Kevin Barret, reporting for Veteran’s Today wrote:

Chang said that the media’s focus on the search for the MH370′s black box is a deception. “We’ve been diverted to look for the black box. Bullshit! There are plenty of signals.” Chang asserts that both Boeing, a leading US military contractor, and the Rolls-Royce company that makes the plane’s engines, know exactly what happened to MH370, because they are constantly fed signals giving them every significant detail about all of their planes including exactly location, altitude, airspeed, engine function, manual or autopilot, and so on.

Regarding Rolls-Royce, Chang said:

“As long as the engine is running, they monitor it. If anything goes wrong with the engine for any reason, they land the plane and abort the flight. There have been a couple of instances when Rolls-Royce detected malfunctions and told the pilot to land as soon as possible due to the malfunction.

“So for six hours or more, Rolls-Royce would have kept track of the pings. Rolls-Royce would know where the plane’s going. Now I’m told, rightly or wrongly, that in the protocol, Rolls-Royce may be prohibited from disclosing this information.”

Likewise, Malaysia has been prevented from disclosing the sealed evidence it has been provided by one or more unnamed countries – or even the name of that country or countries.

Moreover, we still have to question the two Iranians who boarded flight 370 using stolen passports and if these men played any part in a nefarious sequence of events.

As of yet, the mystery remains unsolved.

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

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