March 15, 2019 at 5:24 pm #857273
A word from the chief of UN High Commission for Refugees. UNHCR [responsible for relocating people from Africa and Asia in New Zealand] who dashed home from the Middle East [ Syria and Lebanon allegedly, but are we sure it wasn’t Ethiopia?] to Geneva to deliver this statement on behalf of the three actors his organisation supplied to this fake plane crash hoax
March 18, 2019 at 3:39 pm #857313
Haha- they’re now having fake funerals with empty caskets – and they’re telling us so! What else could they do, a whole plane weighing about 82 tonnes just vanished into a hole in the ground taking all 157 passengers and crew, seats, luggage, wheels, wings fuselage, with it….
Empty coffins representing the Ethiopian victims of last week’s Ethiopia Airlines plane crash have been buried in the capital, Addis Ababa.
None of the bodies has yet been formally identified because of the impact
You don’t say! There were none to see.
Yet a woman grieves over an empty box….
The [phony fake funeral] service came one day after officials began delivering bags of scorched earth from the crash site to family members of the victims because of the problems with identifying remains.
Family members said they were given a 1kg (2.2lb) sack from the crash site.
source, Guardian July 17 2019
But, the black box has turned up [suuuuuuure it did] despite there having been no plane crash and no wreckage, so the simulated flight data can eventually be put into the public realm. The earth must have been scorched away from the excavation site because the sole shoe was apparently not scorched, neither was the vegetation.
March 20, 2019 at 4:48 pm #857343
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The numerology in this most probable CEPPAR story is overwhelming:
TACA Flight 110 was an international scheduled airline flight operated by TACA Airlines, traveling from Belize to New Orleans. On May 24 [=11], 1988 =, the Boeing 737-300 lost power in both engines, but its pilots made a successful deadstick landing on a grass levee adjacent to NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility, with no one aboard sustaining more than minor injuries, and with only minor damage to the aircraft. After engine replacement, the aircraft was able to take off from a road which had previously been an aircraft runway at Michoud, and the aircraft subsequently returned to service.
Good ol’ NASA!
The aircraft, a Boeing 737-3T0 (tail number N75356, serial number 23838, the 1,505th [=11] Boeing 737 manufactured), had first flown on January 26 [=9], 1988. The airliner had been in service with TACA for about two weeks after it was acquired from Polaris Aircraft Leasing in May 1988.
The captain of the flight was Carlos Dardano. At 29 years of age, Dardano had amassed 13,410 [=9] flight hours, with almost 11,000 of these as pilot in command. Earlier in his career, he had lost an eye [WHAT?? surely you don’t need 3D vision to be a pilot…] to crossfire on a short flight to El Salvador, where civil war was raging at the time. The first officer, Dionisio Lopez, was also very experienced, with more than 12,000 flight hours logged. Captain Arturo Soley, an instructor pilot, was also in the cockpit, monitoring the performance of the new 737.
The flight proceeded normally, taking off from Belize City’s Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport and flying over the Gulf of Mexico toward the Louisiana coast.
Investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) revealed that during descent from FL 350 (about 35,000 feet or 11,000 metres) in preparation for their impending arrival at New Orleans International Airport, Captain Dardano and First Officer Lopez noticed areas of light to moderate precipitation in their path, depicted as green and yellow areas on their weather radar, as well as “some isolated red cells” indicative of heavy precipitation to both sides of their intended flight path.
The flight entered clouds at FL 300 (about 30,000 feet or 9,100 metres), the crew selecting “continuous ignition” and turning on engine anti-ice to protect their turbofan engines from the effects of precipitation and icing, either of which is capable of causing a flameout, where the engines lose all power. Despite flying a route between the two areas of heavy precipitation shown on radar, they encountered heavy rain, hail, and turbulence. Passing through 16,500 feet (5,000 m), both engines flamed out, leaving the jet gliding with neither engine producing thrust or electrical power. The auxiliary power unit (APU) was started as the plane descended through 10,500 feet (3,200 m), restoring electrical power. While attempts to “windmill start” the engines using the airflow generated by the plane’s descent were unsuccessful, the pilots were later able to start them using the engine starters, which were powered by the APU. However, neither engine would accelerate to normal idle speed, much less to a point where it was producing meaningful thrust. Attempts to advance the throttles only resulted in overheating of the engines, so they were once more shut down to avoid catastrophic failure.
At this point, the pilots began to prepare for a ditching, as no runway was reachable with the remaining altitude. Dardano lined up with a canal and prepared the aircraft for a water landing. During this time, Lopez spotted a grass levee to the right of the canal, and suggested that the landing be attempted there. Dardano agreed, and landed the airliner in an unpowered glide on top of the narrow grass levee. Adjacent to the levee was the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility industrial complex, in the Michoud area of eastern New Orleans, near the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.
Initially, it was planned to remove the wings and transport the airplane to a repair facility by barge, but Boeing engineers and test pilots decided to perform an engine change on site. The aircraft was towed from the levee to the nearby NASA facility, fueled to the minimum amount needed and departed from Saturn Boulevard, a roadway built atop the original World War II-era runway. Following takeoff, the 737 flew to Moisant Field, where further maintenance work was performed.
After its return to service, the plane was eventually acquired by Southwest Airlines as registration N697SW. It continued in service until December 2016, when it was retired and placed into storage at Pinal Airpark.
Video about this “incident”:
“It should not have happened” repeated over and over again…
And Jet rule staging signs:
The incident was featured in Nowhere to Land, the 11th episode of the 11th season of Mayday (Air Crash Investigation).
I rest my case.
"A truth seeker is someone who dares to wade through thick series of toxic smoke screens and tries not to inhale" - Gaia (2017)
"What do you call 'genius'?" "Well, seeing things others don't see. Or rather the invisible links between things." - Vladimir Nabokov (1938)March 25, 2019 at 7:59 pm #857380
The Daily Telegraph, March 23 2019 has a big [paywall] article on UK poster “victim” of the Ethiopian “crash”, Joanna Toole,an interview with her father and two sisters.
It emerges that her re-married mother Patricia Helen Wright died in 2016, hence the absence of fb posts since 2013.
Neither sister has produced further fb posts, but Joanna’s best buddy Katy has..
Cue lots of sad face emojis.
“We’re devastated” says sister Karen [Wright] breaking down in tears…still waiting for Joanna’s body to be recovered from the wreckage so they can begin to grieve..
Well, it’s going to be a long wait, because there was no visible wreckage and there were no visible bodies.
Father Adrian thinks “the whole thing is still unbelievable”
Yes it is. A total lie from start to finish.
“It feels so remote and, frankly, so unlikely“
“I almost forget that it’s real” agrees Karen
Er, it wasn’t real. So you can forget it.
“We haven’t got any of those concrete normal things that you would have after somebody passed away“
Er like a body… but not after a highly abnormal Shanksville style plane crash with no wreckage, no bodies, just an excavated hole
“Warm,with boundless energy”
No mention of any infection smile, for once.
Rather than arranging a funeral the family have had to collect Joanna’s personal possessions and send them to the police to help with DNA identification from crash debris
er, like which possessions? All of them? For a DNA victim identification simulation exercise no doubt.
The Tooles have chosen not to visit the crash site *** “It’s something you can’t unsee” says Karen [Wright] I’m not sure it would necessarily bring closure…they are planning to hold a memorial service and scatter her ashes at Treyarnon Bay, Cornwall, next to her mother…we don’t know if a body will come back *, so it will be a long time before we can really move on…[memorial] attendees will be encouraged to pledge to #bemorejo ** by going vegan for a week…..
Er no thanks.
*** Just an excavated hole in the ground
* I doubt that very much
** daughter of #lovelikeJo [Cox]April 2, 2019 at 4:19 pm #857447
hi flx …….do you have , or, could you take the time , to share any of your expertise ,on the ” plane crash ” in staines in the early 70s ……VD
VD XXXIIIApril 30, 2019 at 4:03 pm #857701
The Emiliano Sala hoax continutes to give…and give…perhaps needing a little cement to make this lousy staging more credible .
First off, Emiliano’s dad Horacio waits 3 months before deciding to die suddenly [allegedly] from a heart attack [hoax speciality] as announced in Argentina.
Sala, 58, died at his home in Progreso in Argentina’s Santa Fe province, local media reported on Friday.
Horacio Sala, 58, died at his home in Progreso in Argentina’s Santa Fe province, local media reported on Friday.
Progreso mayor Julio Muller told radio station La Red of Mr Sala’s death.
“He could never get over Emi’s death,” he said.
“The partner of Horacio called me at five in the morning. The doctors were already there.
“When he left his home, he had already died.”
Mr Muller cited “a heart problem” for the father’s death.
suuuuure he had.
But it gets better –
An investigation is underway after photographs of Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala’s body were posted online.
The images are said to show the Argentinian striker’s remains at a mortuary in Bournemouth following his death.
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, a detective said : “We’re disgusted somebody did this.
“It is a very difficult time for Mr Sala’s family ** and they should not have to endure additional pain this shameful act *** will undoubtedly cause.”
It is believed the images were first published on social media several weeks ago.
i.e the images nobody has seen.
** not his father, obviously
*** alleged, staged, evidence-free
A great story in the mould of the stolen plaques, defaced gravestones, robbed memoriabilia etc etc which seem to follow every hoax.
Anything to keep the official narrative in the media. #hoaxmanagement
Stop press – the Disgusted Police Force has arrested two anonymous Wiltshire [allged] people which will no doubt give rise to yet more hoax management
“There is no evidence to suggest a break-in at the mortuary, and no evidence to suggest that any staff from the mortuary, or indeed any other council employees, are involved in any wrongdoing.
“Head of bereavement services at BCP [Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole] Council Linda Barker said: ‘We have been working with Wiltshire and Dorset Police to ascertain how images from Holly Tree Lodge Mortuary were obtained.
And we have just had another retirement of another “soccer ace” nobody has heard of – Czech Josef Sural in an alleged minibus crash in Turkey having only joined from Sparta Prague in January 2019
Cue mass outpouring of footie-grief:
Seven of the Super Lig’s club’s players had rented the private minibus, while the rest of the club’s players and staff travelled on a team bus or on their own.
which is a re-working of the Buddy Holly death hoax script.
Lets have a look at the “crash” images [after the fire brigade have been at work…]
May 15, 2019 at 2:23 pm #857790
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Over to Alaska now for an imbecilic and totally unbelievable seaplane collision with another float plane in “unknown circumstances”.
Your hoax confirmed. It seems the US drill compilers rather liked the New Year’s Eve seaplane crash in Sydney at the end of 2017. And a Canadian is alleged to be one of the 5 five “dead”, helping spread the story.
Both planes were from the Royal Princess cruise ship ** which was en route from the Canadian city of Vancouver to Anchorage, Alaska.
** excellent product placement, cue photos of the luxury cruise ship.
The “dead pilot” was Randy Sullivan -who leaves behind a wife and two children… a wonderful family man, funny, entertaining” [Global News video @ 3.11] “beautiful family that he left behind, he’ll be missed” according to a smiling, smirking woman.
The ship was christened by the Duchess of Cambridge in 2013 in Southampton, UK.
Here’s the ship, only slightly relevant to the story, but it’s in all the stories, since the new-lifers were allegedly on one of her cruises.
and the drill in full swing
The victims have been identified as Alaskan pilot Randy Sullivan, 46; Australian Simon Bodie, 56; Canadian Elsa Wilk, 37; and Americans Cassandra Webb, 62; Ryan Wilk, 39; and Louis Botha, 46.
In a statement, Global Affairs Canada offered to assist in the investigation.
Gee, thanks, Global Affairs Canada.
Cue thoughts, prayers, hugs, NTSB “accident investigations”… your standard stash of drill stuff.June 11, 2019 at 4:45 am #858032
I’m a bit too busy to analyse this gurney load of bunkum, but we are told that a helicopter crash landed onto a NYC skyscraper, with one dead. Suuuuuuure it did.
Looks like a cracking good drill, borrowing from the UK 2013 Helicopter-tower crane hoax in a soon to be developed part of London, and also providing some quasi 9/11 photographic possibilities.
Yes, why did the helicopter take off in such bad weather? A. – because nobody could see it “crash” – as in 2013, when the skyscraper and crane were covered in fog.
This insider, in the usual prepared narrative type of twitter post, looked up kinda saw it reeeeeeeeem in to the building [my words]. Obviously the fire wasn’t too intense [yes, there was a fire allegedly] but it wasn’t so intense it melted steel beams.
787 7th ave, #midtown NYC. We’re 1 block south. 20 mins ago there was a loud sound like a too-low #helicopter & I looked up and saw sheet of flame on roof and then smoke. News reports saying helicopter/small plane crash onto roof which would be consistent with what I heard/saw. pic.twitter.com/swY3ksLskH
— Lance Koonce (@LHKoonce) June 10, 2019
Where did the “heliocopter” go? Another standard drill technique, the disappearing wreckage, i.e. not much planted.
What a pathetic HRDPAR!
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