Flight MH370

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Flight MH370
MH370 ATC and air routes map
Official name Flight MH370
Year 2014
Date 03/07 - 03/07
Place Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Place Asia

Official story

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370/MAS370)[a] was a scheduled international passenger flight that disappeared on 8 March 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, to its destination, Beijing Capital International Airport in China. The aircraft has not been recovered, and the cause of the disappearance remains unknown. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_370

Fakeology Analysis




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Analysis by Simon Shack and Fakeologist Simon gives the perfect summary of the main question I get for the hoax: “WHY?”

Keywords / media memes for “Flight 370”:

– “Plane hijacking”

“I cannot confirm whether there is no hijacking,” Malaysian Transportation Minister Hishammuddin bin Hussein said at a news conference Friday. edition.cnn.com… … ck-theory/

“Al-Quaeda / terror”

“Evidence of a plot by Malaysian Islamists to hijack a passenger jet in a 9/11-style attack is being investigated in connection with the disappearance of Flight MH370. An al-Qaeda supergrass told a court last week that four to five Malaysian men had been planning to take control of a plane, using a bomb hidden in a shoe to blow open the cockpit door.” www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne… … plane.html

– “Skyscraper targets”

“The disclosure that Malaysians were plotting a 9/11-style attack raises the prospect that both pilots were overpowered and the plane intended for use as a fuel-filled bomb. One possible target, if the scenario is correct, will have been the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur.” (same Telegraph article linked above)

– “Airplane cellphone calls”

“Why were there no phone calls from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370? Many recall that when United Flight 93 was hijacked on September 11, 2001, passengers were able to make two cell phone calls during the flight’s final moments. Several other calls were made using airphones.” edition.cnn.com… … le_sidebar

“Video Fakery” (easily ‘debunked’ as just a prankster’s prank)

“Video of Malaysia MH 370 Plane Found, Passengers Alive’ is Fake. A viral Facebook post that claims there’s a CNN video of the Malaysia Airlines flight that disappeared more than a week ago is just a scam.” www.theepochtimes.com… … e-is-fake/

– “Satellites” (yielding data with “high degree of certainty”) “Mr Najib said in a press conference: “Based on new satellite information, we can say with a high degree of certainty that the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System was disabled just before the aircraft reached the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.” www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldne… … plane.html

– “Nuclear threat” (courtesy of Alex Jones’ Infowars webshite…) “The “vanished” Boeing 777 may also be in a hanger in Iran right now, being retrofitted with nuclear weapons and turned into a suicide bomb to be deployed over a major city in the Middle East.” www.info… … ar-weapon/

– “UFO / Aliens” “Malaysia Air Flight 370: “There is only one possible answer. Aliens.” americablog.com… … liens.html

– “The Moooon” elitedaily.com… … ight-moon/


Phew! Well, with the exception of the “UFO/Aliens” meme, one could say that the “Flight 370” affair ‘covers’ pretty much EVERY area discussed on Cluesforum. Not saying they did it ‘just for us’ – don’t get me wrong. The thing is, I can’t help but admitting that this particular psyop is (alas) a rather smart and effective move on the part of the Nutwork – for the following reasons:

– it reminds the public of 9/11 (in multiple ways). – it reminds the public of terrorism, “Al-Qaeda”, etc… – it reminds the public of the “unclear nuclear threat”. – it reminds the public of “our invaluable satellite technology”. – it reminds the public of how silly many conjectures to be found on the worldwide web can be.


Territorial control narrative

Social space control


VEPAR psyops

plane psyops

Alleged victims

Hoax management





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