Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Malaysia: A Window of Opportunity to find out about MH370

BBC report deleted off the BBC website 
UPDATE:  August 17, 2014....Still waiting for Kiev and Malaysia to step up to the plate with what they have learned so far in their "investigations" into the MH17 shoot-down.  In the meantime, I want to add the above video to my post because it is proof that the USA/NATO is lying about the cause of the shoot down.  The longer this goes on the more I begin to wonder about Malaysia...why it is not pressing the other countries for answers to this disaster and MH370.  It is as if they are being blackmailed into silence.
Here is another video, just in, that links the MH17 shoot down and the recent "Ebola epidemic" media hype:
For some reason I am unable to upload...so you need to cut and paste the URL.
UPDATE:  August 1, 2014...We're still waiting for Kiev to release the Air Traffic Control Communications data on MH17...but, while we're waiting, I have this update:

9/11 author and investigator Christopher Bollyn is the sleuth who tracked down the MH370 double Boeing 777 that was located in a hangar in Tel Aviv after MH370 plane went missing. So, with that in mind I again visited his website bollyn.com today to see what he had for MH17. Sure enough, he has something and it is very intriguing here is a sample:

“There is a great deal of mystery about what caused the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 to come down in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. One of the mysteries is why an Israeli named Yaron Mofaz took a photo of the plane before it left the airport in Amsterdam and then sold the photo to Reuters who published it shortly after the plane went down.

To confirm that Yaron Mofaz was indeed the name of the photographer, I called Reuters in Amsterdam and London. Peter Biggs in the London office confirmed that Yaron Mofaz was indeed the real name of the photographer.
“….Because I knew the answer beforehand, I then asked Yossi Mofaz if his company, Pentagon 2000, had done business with Aviv Tzur and Avborne Heavy Maintenance, Inc. in south Florida. He confirmed that they did work together so I then asked if they also did business with GA Telesis, another company headed by Aviv Tzur. Yossi Mofaz confirmed that they did work with GA Telesis, which was the key confirmation I needed.

The fact that the Mofaz company works with GA Telesis is important because this is the aircraft disassembly company that owned a twin of the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in March 2014. The GA Telesis twin Boeing 777 was a former Malaysia Airlines aircraft that the company sent to Israel in November 2013 although they had previously said that the aircraft would be disassembled in the United States…”.

So folks, as they say, “the plot thickens”…as we continue to wait for the MH17 ATC communications data to be released.

USA evidence on MH17
The Western media circus/kangaroo court trial of Putin and Russia proceeds apace.  The frenzy has practically destroyed journalism as we remembered it.  There are only a few Americans standing up speaking truth to power.  One important one is Ron Paul.  His recent statements certainly made a few heads swivel.  The White House is an embarrassment for the US Intelligence Community (not that I have any sympathy for the CIA)  The dingbat White House spokeswoman said the US was relying on "social media and 'common sense' for the US official assessment that Russia was responsible.  Meanwhile, Russia has put all its military/intelligence information on the table for everyone to see.  The contrast is breathtaking!

Here is my suggestion to the Malaysian government. They should bundle both the MH17 and MH370 investigations into one. That way, they can have the same team of experts look at both disasters and come up with probable causes. The truly international team of investigators will have the right of subpoena and can subpoena all documents from Kiev, Russia, Thailand, China and The United States.   They should also have the ability to cross-examine witnesses.  The hearings should be public.

MH370 was never investigated and, IMO, this could be the Last opportunity to do justice to the victims of that disaster. Even the prospect of this kind of investigation would strike terror into the hearts of those responsible for MH370. It would also give comfort to the families of the victims of both atrocities. It does not seem fair to investigate one disaster, but not the other.

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