Ha the Presstitutes are a bit Late for this Story – ConspiracyOz

Did missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 fly to little lost island of Diego Garcia?

David Mills

www.news.com.au

April 07, 2014

 

SITTING like a misshapen wishbone in the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, Diego Garcia is one of the world’s most remote locations.

Administered by the United Kingdom but home to a US Naval Base, the island has had no indigenous inhabitants since they were forcibly relocated to other islands in the Chagos Archipelago, as well as Mauritius and the Seychelles, in 1971.

The island is so little-known that it has been rumoured that the US authorities have used it as a base for a secret prison. Even its name is suggestive of a Bond villain.

Little lost island ... Diego Garcia is but a speck in the Indian Ocean.

Little lost island … Diego Garcia is but a speck in the Indian Ocean. Source: News Corp Australia

The island, which is 3600km from Africa’s east coast and 4700km northwest of Australia, is home to 1700 military personnel and 1500 civilian contractors.

It has a runway large enough to accommodate commercial aircraft — and was even deemed suitable for a landing by the US Space Shuttles in the event of an emergency.

Because of its remoteness and its runway, Diego Garcia has been suggested as a possible location for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Diego Garcia ... conspiracy theories have suggested that flight MH370 flew here.

Diego Garcia … conspiracy theories have suggested that flight MH370 flew here. Source: Supplied

This theory was given some credence when it was discovered that the island’s landing strip was programmed into the home flight simulator of MH370’s pilot, Captain Zaharie Shah.

An FBI investigation found “nothing sinister” about the flight simulator files, but attention has returned to MH370’s pilot after it was reported that the plane had deliberately avoided radar detection in the early hours of March 8 by skirting around Indonesian airspace.

Tropical island ... a file picture of an RAAF jet flying over Diego Garcia in 2002.

Tropical island … a file picture of an RAAF jet flying over Diego Garcia in 2002. Source: News Limited

 

The idea that MH370 landed in Diego Garcia has been championed by American blogger Jim Stone, whose website presents a bewildering array of theories about major news events.

Stone has claimed that an American MH370 passenger, Philip Wood, managed to send a text from his iPhone stating that he was being held hostage by unknown military personnel, along with GPS coordinates. Those coordinates revealed a location a few kilometres away from Diego Garcia, Stone claimed.

However, contributors to the website Metabunk have argued that it is quite easy to fake a mobile phone’s GPS coordinates.

Analysis of flight information — and the recent detection of underwater signals believed to have come from a black box flight recorder — point strongly to the theory that MH370 met its end in the waters of the southern Indian Ocean.

On the runway at Diego Garcia ... a file picture of a RAAF FA-18 Hornet.

On the runway at Diego Garcia … a file picture of a RAAF FA-18 Hornet. Source: News Limited

 

 

 

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Posted on April 7, 2014, in ConspiracyOz Posts. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. mmm the Plot Thickens….Mick Raven

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  2. What did i tell you Mick?
    You’re right though. They’re a bit late.
    However let’s ask why now? Why has this piece made it to msm? Is it because they’ve now disposed of the plane and moved on whomever was on board somewhere else? Sure enough when they tell you to look somewhere, you must look elsewhere. Its that whole “watch this hand distract you while the other one is performing the illusion” magicians trick.

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  3. Yep! Nothing Up Their Sleeve eh!

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