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  • #171183
    Tom Dalpra
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    4th February 2015
    Air Asia plane crashes in Tapei River Taiwan just after take-off.

    What the feck is it with Asian planes? Is this really bad luck?
    The saga of MH370 last spring then MH17. We had flight 222 back in July, (in Taiwan again) then in December AirAsia 8501

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TransAsia_Airways_Flight_222

    Now check out this shite.

    DalTampra

    #171703
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    It’s made very clear in this clip that the pictures come from CNN affiliate –

    BSTV

    Ideal name!

    DalTampra

    #171705
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    OTHER TAIWANESE AIRCRASHES

    1) Far Eastern Air Transport Flight 103 – 22 August 1981
    a Boeing 737-222, had just departed Taipei Sungshan ( same ) Airport for Kaohsiung on 22 August 1981

    110 Fatalities ( The police number in Taiwan is 110)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_Eastern_Air_Transport_Flight_103

    2) Now maybe remembering the Boeing 737 -222 there we can jump ahead to last July as it appeared to rain planes for a couple of days.

    23 July 2014 – TransAsia Airways Flight 222 – 48 fatalities, 10 survivors.

    hg
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TransAsia_Airways_Flight_222

    3) China Airlines Flight 676 – Monday, 16 February 1998.
    Crashed on attempting landing near Taoyuan International Airport. All 196 on board ‘dead’ plus 7 on the ground.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Airlines_Flight_676

    4) Singapore Airlines Flight 006– 31 October 2000
    Taoyuan International Airport again – runway collision 83 fatalities.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singapore_Airlines_Flight_006

    5) And then get this flight number : China Airlines Flight 611
    25 May 2002, Taoyuan International again this one disintergrated 20 minutes after take-off, killing all 225 people on board.

    The deadliest aircrash in Taiwan’s relatively busy recent aircrash history.
    And that flight number 611…mmm

    (The ambulance and fire service emergency number is 119 in Taiwan).

    I was interested to note : ”The accident was particularly disturbing to the public as the Taipei–Hong Kong route was and is one of the most heavily-traveled air routes on earth; it is so profitable that it is even referred to as the “Golden Route” ”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Airlines_Flight_611

    Interesting ‘little’ list.

    DalTampra

    #171813
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    ”It really happened, look there’s all the luggage, neatly saved.”

    fd

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/05/taiwan-air-crash-pilot-hailed-a-hero-for-steering-doomed-flight-away-from-skyscrapers

    Pictures best at this link:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2938990/How-did-survive-Dozens-passengers-including-two-year-old-child-miraculously-pulled-safety-Taiwan-plane-crashes-bridge-plunges-river.html

    Something involving IS there. Why not cross-reference?

    ds

    gf

    Dummy or real person?

    ”Rescue personnel in a rubber dinghy remove a passenger from the wreckage using ropes before transporting them to land and hospitals”

    ds

    Every survivor I’ve seen is dressed like a hippy. Some kind of uniform as has been observed before with Ops? Stripes and patterns, maybe?

    ds

    sa

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    Ok, this is really simple. This woman should have been given something to hold up to her nose. There’s been enough time for her to be given a tissue or something to stop any further blood-flow and clean that up.

    The ladies’ furtive-looking glance-up here in this photograph is suggestive to me, of the more likely reality that she’s supposed to let people see the stage make-up – her bloody nose; ‘Don’t wipe it off or cover it up’ could effectively have been the brief.

    fd

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2938990/How-did-survive-Dozens-passengers-including-two-year-old-child-miraculously-pulled-safety-Taiwan-plane-crashes-bridge-plunges-river.html

    DalTampra

    #171848
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    It’s like the 16th hole at Sawgrass. Just look at the cameras lined-up.

    fd

    Laid-out like a Sunday fair. An ‘event’. No-doubt someone was doing hot drinks.

    fd

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2938990/How-did-survive-Dozens-passengers-including-two-year-old-child-miraculously-pulled-safety-Taiwan-plane-crashes-bridge-plunges-river.html

    DalTampra

    #171855
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    This seems crazy to me. Does everyone have a camera in their car in Taiwan?

    We have no less than three shots of this from the road so far:

    The closest view, courtesy of CNN affiliate BS TV

    Then a shot from one-car-back:

    And then from distance:

    DalTampra

    #171928
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    Perhaps worth adding to the thread is this ‘little’ crash in Moscow in 2012.
    More ‘CARCAM footage’.

    Check out the flying tyre. I was struck here by how, as in the Taipei footage, we see the car directly in front of the camera suffer a highly dramatic but non-fatal blow.

    What are the chances?
    All very Grand Theft Auto again.
    Was this another fake using the CARCAM idea and CGI?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Wings_Airlines_Flight_9268

    DalTampra

    #173169
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    Check-this out.

    It’s all quite hysterical isn’t it?

    DAILY MAIL caption:Shocking: An image emerged of three women who posed in front of scenes where passengers were being rescued from a terrifying plane crash in Taiwan yesterday”
    ds

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2940539/I-fainted-moment-hit-Driver-taxi-hit-plane-fell-sky-plunged-river-Taiwan-tells-lucky-escape-locals-pose-SELFIES-near-wreckage.html

    ‘Shocking?’ What the obvious duper delight, you mean? Selfies? This is totally absurd. These girls would gleefully take selfies after a major incident like that? Hahahaha, I can only laugh along! The Cockney rhyming slang, I believe, is: ”They’re ‘avin a giraffe”.

    DalTampra

    #176995
    rgos
    Participant

    Care for an egg roll, Tom?

    #177067
    xileffilex
    Participant

    That Moscow incident is a good catch, Tom.

    It’s very clever, but the obvious crisis actor in the “wreckage” gives the game away once again

    As does The Guardian giving this fake event prominence.
    Click on the dramatic footage video here…
    Moscow 24 TV airs dramatic footage of plane crash rescue
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/europe/8129547/Four-killed-when-Russian-airliner-crash-lands
    hmmmmm…. drill actors in full [blood] flow

    #177219
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    hmmmmm…. drill actors in full [blood] flow

    The blonde lady at about 30 seconds. Shows up the blood nicely.
    Pulls at the heart strings. Who was she, what was she doing there I wonder…?

    Care for an egg roll, Tom?

    Why certainly, thank you rgos, but I must say – and you of all people know – that what we have here is a carefully prepared, though apparently haphazardly thrown-together, Duck Soup.
    fd

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TransAsia_Airways_Flight_222
    fd

    The ‘DUCK’ from the MH17 home video which I was happy to call:- The other major air crash in Taiwan in the previous 12 months.
    TransAsia Airways Flight 222

    http://fakeologist.com/forums/topic/malaysia-airlines-flight-mh17/page/5/#post-11117

    This 72-500, FLIGHT 222 apparently crashed into buildings during approach to land in bad weather at Magong Airport, Penghu Island, Taiwan, on 23 July 2014.

    We were told there were 58 on board. 10 survived.

    This latest crash involved a 72-600, Flight No. 235
    Again we were told 58 on board and this time 15 survived.

    Neat parallels, there’s the handy 22 in the plane’s registration numbers too:
    B-22810 and 22816

    Another quirky fact is that 22 is ‘Two little Ducks’ in English Bingo calling.

    I would suggest, this pair of Taiwanese crashes were somewhere planned, and spoken about as: ‘The Two Little Ducks’.

    sa

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    In the big picture it now seems clear that all these Asian fantasies of plane crashes we’ve been fed in the last year are part of a programme aimed at changing the skies if you will. Controlling global air travel.

    In the old days it was the oceans…a load of high seas trickery…a few few Flying Dutchmen. Controlling the routes.

    TransAsia…this programme certainly feels like some kind of transference of Asian wealth.

    —————————————————————————-

    Duck Soup anyone?

    DalTampra

    #177220
    rgos
    Participant

    In the big picture it now seems clear that all these Asian fantasies of plane crashes we’ve been fed in the last year are part of a programme aimed at changing the skies if you will. Controlling global air travel.

    In the old days it was the oceans…a load of high seas trickery…a few few Flying Dutchmen. Controlling the routes.

    TransAsia…this programme certainly feels like some kind of transference of Asian wealth.

    Astute analysis. Full marks for that one.

    #177713
    xileffilex
    Participant

    They can fake anything – great video comparing the above with the cinema:

    #177853
    xileffilex
    Participant

    More great analysis CGI plus drill – I love the juxtaposition of US crisis actors made up at the end – 5:20 I think we can move on to the next hoax now.

    #178626
    xileffilex
    Participant

    The Moscow Vnukovo psy-op crisis acting gets its own low res [naturally] video

    what a carry on [or carry around for the cameras]!

    The original dash cam image shows nothing remotely like a plane gliding in the snow, but the plane installation was captured on high res dashcam before the screens were erected:[1:20]

    Some kind of insurance fraud?
    News report footage from 2m here:

    This video has plenty of scattered “wreckage” all over the road, plus our favourite crisis actor, plus another on a gurney, filmed in true psy-op jerky, low-res style.

    I guess you can call the Taipei hoax and drill a Vnunoko quotation.

    #178664
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    Ha, those low-res Moscow vids have been sent straight to Siberia – and there’s a snowstorm.
    Never mind. I wouldn’t have thought they’ll be a great loss to world cinema, xilef!

    The installation looks very smart in the original HD cab footage. Somehow unconvincing, but very smart!

    DalTampra

    #178803
    xileffilex
    Participant

    Of course, the HD in car Moscow footage wasn’t a dashcam, just a hand held video/camera….out for an afternoon drive to rubber neck the fake wreckage no doubt. My mistake.

    #184829
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    Ha ha , yeh thanks Cobra Commander, who posted this over on Cluesforum.
    This gave me a laugh.

    I was talking about ducks – here’s some birds.
    At precisely 33 seconds here in this cliffhanger of a cartoon recreation ( check out the feckin’ music, haha) we see:
    The birds! A vast amount of birds. Covering the sky like a formation of bombers on an obscene WW2 carpet bombing mission.

    This was posted on the day of the accident.
    3 February. Someone must have been very willing and busy ( we are to presume ) putting this little animation together that very day.

    DalTampra

    #186732
    Nemesis
    Participant

    I thought last year was the end of the Asian plane incidents…maybe not, when is it gonna end ???! 🙄

    #186809
    Tom Dalpra
    Participant

    I thought last year was the end of the Asian plane incidents…maybe not, when is it gonna end ???!

    Hello mate!

    Yeh, this has been quite a psyOp series.

    Long-planned, you’d think. I came across this October 2013 article from Business Traveller.

    http://www.businesstraveller.asia/asia-pacific/archive/2013/november-2013/special-reports/navigating-a-turbulent-past

    I’d sum it up with two words: ”Narrative nurturing”.
    You could look at it and say that Asian carriers have had bad safety records, so these fake crashes are for the purposes of tightening up safety, but…
    There’s a lot of people in Asia ( a huge amount now with China joining in these days ) and some very lucrative business to be had.
    It strikes me that this series of crashes has been very powerful negative publicity for any Asian carrier.
    People will inevitably look to other airlines. It’s behaviour altering stuff.

    I’d had a feeling something might be coming out of the sky from Asia when I found this very cute little detail in the Match of the Day credits which have run since the 2011/12 season.

    At 31 seconds if you pause the film, you can see what looks like a smoke trail heading downwards from the top left corner.
    As the film is paused at this point we see the words Fu and Foo cheekily framed to make the sign read Fu Foo Club.

    Now we see the footballer there with his foot on the ball?

    Fu, or Foo Dogs.

    ds

    ”Statues of guardian lions that have traditionally stood in front of Chinese Imperial palaces, Imperial tombs, government offices, temples, and the homes of government officials and the wealthy. They’re from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), and were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_guardian_lions
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foo_Dog

    They can also be known as Lion Dogs.
    Perhaps worth mentioning the Premier League Logo then, while I’m here.

    fd

    DalTampra

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