January 7, 2015 at 8:04 am #144646
Here’s a funny one.
The big give away is that the Asiana 777 crash at SFX [a transparent drill if there ever were one] was compared with the 2005 event at Toronto.
video – everybody got out, but where are they all? A bit like the missing 15,000 from the WTC.
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Here come the law suits  to reinforce the narrative and enrich the lawyers..
Doesn’t the imagery look similar to the Asiana 777?
Here come the passengers..
Everyone got out. all 309 of them, wherever they disappeared to.
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May 22, 2018 at 5:00 pm #854259
A few more pics from this transparent crash drill, followed by a flaming write-off [taxpayer to pick up the bill, the end user and ultimate payer of insurance premiums]
Here’s the blog of the guy [NTSB] who managed the hoax at the time
Managing a marathon of information – A Media Relations perspective
As a communicator, one of the first things I do when arriving on the scene of an accident is reach out to other communicators on-site.* We discuss the situation, exchange contact information and determine roles and responsibilities. This accident was no different. ** Upon reaching the airport, I met with a great team of people from Toronto Pearson’s Communications Branch who had arranged a major news conference for their CEO, the Minister of Transport and the heads of Air France and Airbus. The accident had attracted a huge media contingent, including major Canadian and U.S. television networks, international wire services and every news outlet within a 50 mile radius of Toronto.
* the people who staged the event
** yes, just another hoax, same M.O.
lots of pointing, as usual. Airbus A340 – check.
more images may be found by browsing here
The Heathrow “crash landing” of 2008 [see separate entry] was in a similar vein, but without the plane being deliberately set fire to, although that plane allegedly landed short, rather than over-running the runway.
The report of this staged crash
Requirements – one plane, one runway, one field, one box of matches, large number of emergency services personnel, NTSB script writers, media journalists and photographers….
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