If the human species extinguishes itself in a flash of thermonuclear craziness and the surviving cockroaches later develop the intellect to assess why humans committed this mass suicide, the cockroach historians may conclude that it was our failure to hold the neoconservatives accountable in the first two decades of the Twenty-first Century that led to our demise. Continue reading
Apart from the flaperon wreckage found on Reunion Island there hasn’t been much mentioned about doomed Malaysia Airlines flight MH-370. I thought that we might get at least some answers, but as usual the mainstream media just serve to muddy the waters and drag things out encouraging loss of interest. I am positive however that the parents, husbands, wives and kids of the victims onboard the tragic flight will never lose interest. In matters as these, with all the smoke and mirrors of political/media manipulation, it serves to keep an open mind and to look at all the possible causes and outcomes. Until I read the research of Dr. Gaurav Pradhan (shown below) I hadn’t heard of this theory. So remember to let go of all preconceptions, read all his research and draw your own conclusions.
Could there be a connection between the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 and the surge in Russian military jets provoking NATO defenses in the Baltic region and elsewhere in the world this year? The mysterious and dangerous behavior of the Russian aircraft may provide a clue to how the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 was able to fly for seven hours, avoiding detection by anyone on the ground, according to one aviation expert. Continue reading
The chief Dutch prosecutor investigating the MH17 downing in eastern Ukraine does not exclude the possibility that the aircraft might have been shot down from air, Der Spiegel reported. Intelligence to support this was presented by Moscow in July. Continue reading
New radar data indicating that military aircraft were in the air near Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 when it crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17 has been released by a Russian air safety consultancy. Continue reading
Let us all begin by stating that the focus of this tragedy must be condolences with and respect for the families and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the incident in South-East Ukraine on July 17. That said, name-calling, grand-staging and mud-slinging merely underlines the lack of moral fibre among those who stoop to such tactics. Continue reading
Families of missing MH370 passengers were left “shocked and confused” after a Malaysia Airlines official suggested the plane could be declared “lost” by the end of this year, raising fears that search efforts in the Indian Ocean could be called off.