Date - 3/7/2014
The plane — which had two passengers using stolen passports — vanished off the Vietnamese coast during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing while carrying 239 people, including three U.S. passport holders: Philip Wood, 51, Nicole Meng, 4, and Yan Zhang, 2. Twenty employees of Texas-based Freescale Semiconductor were also aboard the flight.
All together now class, 4 plus 6 equals? The terrorism theme is being pushed from the get-go with the stolen passports as the central theme.Authorities hunting a lost Malaysia Airlines jetliner refused to rule out terrorism Saturday in the flight’s sudden and stunning disappearance over Southeast Asia.
While a daylong search failed to locate missing Flight MH370 or the 239 passengers and crew members aboard, red flags were raised by word that two passengers on the doomed plane boarded with stolen passports.
The jet vanished during an otherwise routine flight without sending a distress signal, leading investigators to suspect a quick and catastrophic midair incident.
Three of the flight’s passengers carried U.S. travel documents — including two small children, a 4-year-old and a 2-year-old.
So right off the bat we have no evidence that this plane exists in the real, physical world in today's time, space and location, plus occult numbers and suspect photos emerging.The Boeing 777 was about an hour into its flight early Saturday, traveling smoothly in clear weather at about 35,000 feet, when it vanished from radar screens.
A desperate international search ensued, with any hope of good news disappearing almost as quickly as the 11-year-old plane.
The first hints of its likely fate were a pair of massive oil slicks spotted in the South China Sea.
The caption for this image says: "View of oil spills seen from a Vietnamese air force plane on Saturday in the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members."
More here: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/o ... -1.1715004The twin jets spotted the slicks in the South China Sea; one was about 9 miles long, and the other about 6 miles long, officials said.
The above link shows more photos of victims' "family members" and full back stories already creating the narrative.
Some details of a few passengers: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/09/world ... .html?_r=0
I'll post more when I have some more time but wanted to at least get this on the board for discussion. The early photos are already looking very staged.
Maybe they hired JJ Abrams to recreate Lost.