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They’re Still “Looking” For MH370

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According to multiple news sources, officials are next week going to announce the next phase of the hunt for missing plane MH370. The plane, which went missing over five months ago, leaving hundreds of family members in grieving limbo, has yet to be found… so they say.  First we will give you some information on this latest distraction update:

According to CNN:

“The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), which is leading the search for the missing plane at the Malaysian government’s request, is expected to engage a single, private contractor to search for the Boeing 777-200ER, and if successfully located, to positively identify and map the wreckage.

The operation, which the ATSB says is likely to begin in early September and will last up to a year, will include a number of underwater vehicles that will slowly scan some 60,000 square kilometers (23,000 square miles) of the southern Indian Ocean, looking for any sign of aircraft debris.

It’s not yet clear exactly how the deep-sea search, which Australia has estimated will cost $56 million, will play out. While the ATSB has developed the overall search strategy, the independent contractor will be responsible for day-to-day operations in the search zone.”

The Christian Post:

“Despite some reports online claiming that the missing plane may have been found, it has been confirmed that the mystery surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 remains, and that the search for the missing plane and the passengers and crew is ongoing.

Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss told the Australian Associated Press this week that the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has not been altered or hindered in any way by the recent crash incident of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in Ukraine.”

And finally, Upstream Online:

“Malaysia’s Petronas is chipping in more than $20 million and deploying assets in the hunt for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared along with 239 people in March.

The state-owned oil giant is to deploy underwater search equipment and an offshore support vessel in what is says is a “new search area” for the plane that vanished while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Petronas said on Monday it is funding the 67 million Malaysian ringgits ($20.92 million) deployment of a Prosas towed side scan sonar unit and the anchor-handling tug supply vessel Go Phoenix. The Marshall Islands-flagged vessel is managed by Go Offshore Asia of Singapore.

The Fugro-owned survey vessel Fugro Equator and a Chinese survey vessel are said to be currently carrying out mapping of search areas, with a Malaysian unit to join the search this month.”

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BUT, HERE’S THE THING –

What if it’s not in the water?  There is a great read over here at this LINK, which we think our readers should take a look at. Here is a clip about an alleged passenger, Phillip Wood, who sent a picture from Diego Garcia Military Base – THE WHOLE ARTICLE, though long, is worth the read:

“I have been held hostage by unknown military personal after my flight was hijacked (blindfolded). I work for IBM and I have managed to hide my cellphone in my ass during the hijack. I have been separated from the rest of the passengers and I am in a cell. My name is Philip Wood. I think I have been drugged as well and cannot think clearly.”

Let’s dissect that. “I have been held hostage by unknown military personal after my flight was hijacked (blindfolded).” If this was a hoax given what was known by all the zit picking kids out there, the message would have instead said “I have been held hostage by American forces after my plane was hijacked. I am in Diego Garcia. But he does not know who his captors are, and that is a total green light for the story being true, because they sure as heck would never tell him. And he obviously did not know where he was.

He was blindfolded. The Army will blindfold people with a locked bag over the head that the people they put it on can’t get off, to leave their hands free when they have been judged to not be a threat. Once in the cell, they took the handcuffs off because he was not a threat, he was the victim and they left the bag to avoid being identified. Philip, who may have been beta testing the latest IBM voice recognition software or using the voice recognition abilities of the Iphone, swiped the screen correctly to turn it on and then talked to it to get it logged in somewhere to get his message out because he could not see the screen. THE KICKER IS THAT IT IS OBVIOUSLY A VOICE RECOGNITION MESSAGE. IT’S CHOPPY AND THE WORD PERSONNEL WAS INTERPRETED AS THE WORD PERSONAL. THE TWO ARE TOO DIFFERENT FOR THAT TO BE A TYPO, VOICE ASSISTED SOFTWARE OBVIOUSLY DID THAT ERROR.

So, the first line of what he said FITS PERFECT.

“I work for IBM and managed to hide my cellphone in my ass during the hijack”. Shills ripped this, saying he would not have bothered with where he worked. That is a load of BUNK. If he was flying to Bejing, he was most likely on a business flight for work, and wanted to make clear who he was so there would be no mistake. And where else would he put the cell phone other than his ass? in his ear? his pee hole? Come on now, that shillage was thin.

So the second line could not have been any different in a real scenario

“I have been separated from the rest of the passengers and am in a cell” The fact that he waited to be separated from the rest of the passengers to get the message out is absolutely the way it would have been, before separation they would have been closely watching all the passengers and he did not risk losing his phone while under close scrutiny. Once in the cell, the cell prevents escape and would not have immediate supervision. THAT would be the time to dial out.”

READ THE WHOLE THING HERE

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