MH370: Pilot had Diego Garcia included on his simulator

12.46 Intriguing new line from The Malay Mail Online.

Police scouring Capt Shah’s flight simulator – which he installed in his home – have found five Indian Ocean practice runways.

One is in the Maldives.

One is on Diego Garcia.

The other three are in India and Sri Lanka.

So, not such a crazy idea after all. We have the Anwar/Globalist issue. Anwar now coming out to admit he’s related to the pilot. We know why the west wants to destabilise Malaysia and we know the CIA are active in Malaysia and have been for some time. We also know the Council on Foreign Relations is happy with Anwar and the west definitely want him as their man in Malaysia.

We know it is highly unlikely that this plane could have travelled across multiple territories such as the northern arc suggests without being spotted. The southern arc leads to nowhere. So what’s left?

Ping DG


Why fly over Maldives instead of direct to Diego Garcia? Well it makes sense to me. You see, by doing so (if, in fact it did) it would give the possibility of being spotted by the Maldives. It would then suggest that the plane was heading to Africa. The straight line between Maldives and Africa suggests the flight is heading toward…..




And we all know who live in Somalia don’t we? It’s full of pirates and Al Qaeda! 🙂 So we’re told by our wonderful media programming on behalf of our governments.

So then what do we expect next? Well, what I expect is for Israel to start screaming! “Oy vey! Oy Vey! They have a plane now in Somalia loaded up with nuclear bombs. The Iranians are in on it! We need to destroy Iran before they use it. They’re going to wipe out Jerusalem and the Temple Mount! Oy vey! Oy vey! The International community must now attack Iran and Somalia and destroy half the middle east so we, god’s people, can continue to live on this planet, in peace and suck the life out of every last living human creature with our monetary system!”

Ok perhaps I’ve slightly overdone what the Israeli’s might say and demand but have I? They’re fricking “religious” (yet atheist?!) nutters! And they’re desperate for a war!

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  1. pete fairhurst said, on March 18, 2014 at 8:33 pm

    Did you look at this when I posted it on your earlier McEnroe post?

    This piggyback theory points to a northern destination. Bill Still is quoting this theory, and stating the the plane is in Pakistan under Taliban control. That surely fits with your earlier point of heroic rescue by the US cavalry….

    • earthlinggb said, on March 18, 2014 at 9:05 pm

      Just read it Peter. Didn’t notice before. I follow the idea but it still requires the plane to fly for at least an hour up through India or Pakistan. Also, I’m not convinced that MH370 could fly so close to the SIA plane to look like on blip on a primary radar. Sure it wouldn’t get picked up by secondary radar but primary radars – military ones – are pretty damned sensitive and can resolve two close flying aircraft. They resolve high speed fighter jets (small aircraft) flying in formation. So I doubt they wouldn’t be able to resolve two big jumbos somehow. Not sure what you mean by “heroic rescue…”etc. Oh and what is Bill Still dipping his nose into this stuff for? Is he getting nowhere with his “gold is money” routine? 🙂

  2. Guido said, on March 19, 2014 at 1:12 am

    I thought that large aircraft had to leave a big gap between themselves and the next plane because of the huge amount of turbulence generated by the engines of the leading aircraft?

  3. Guido said, on March 19, 2014 at 2:07 am

    I agree, that area is ringed with military radars of a load of countries, just the suggestion that a big plane could fly through it unnoticed is absurd. I was listening on the radio, to some yankee commander in the 7th fleet going on about how his search aircraft’s radar could pick up a wooden crate floating on the sea, imagine how good the land based radar is. Our radar could count German aircraft back in the war!
    Anyone trying to fly through that lot would have at least got a couple of fighters scrambled if not a SAM up their arse!
    By the way, I saw an article by the British Bias Corporation, stating that some forums were discussing really outlandish conspiracy theories about the plane being in Diego Garcia, which sort of confirms it really!

    here’s a bit of it,

    “Then there are other conspiracy theories. Some forum postings have pointed to the US military base in the middle of the Indian Ocean, on the tropical atoll of Diego Garcia. The island is owned by the UK but leased to the US. One of the more extreme theories circulating online claims that the Kremlin believes that the US “captured” the plane and flew it to its base. With a conspiracy theory of this magnitude it is difficult even to know where to start with the rebuttals.”

    I wonder which “forum” they are referring to?

    Here’s the link;

    • spartacus said, on March 19, 2014 at 3:38 pm

      Yeah, was waiting for that, as they always do it. Dont get me wrong i’m not saying the crazy alien brigade are not out there, but genuine investigators always get tarred with the same brush. It’s tried and tested and works like a dream. Well it works on all the dumb f**ks out there, thats for sure.

  4. JerDog said, on March 19, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    I like the Somalia idea mostly because of the guessed at flight path and because of the sightings in Maldives. If you draw a straight line from the last know position via the military radar to Maldives, doesn’t that seem to dissect the two satellite arcs? I wonder if the Coriolis effect somehow is in play in the calculations(either they are using it or not). I would like to think that this is just an accident where the plane was somehow on autopilot and the electronics where damaged somehow(which would feed the fire theory). Also, if you can imagine a scenario where the electronics were damaged, doesn’t the angle from the first turn back somewhat match that of the last (theoretical) left turn. I only suggest that might explain the erratic flying, change of altitude turns etc if the computer got it’s bits corrupted it up it might exhibit repetitive behavior at turning points in the program. Something else troubles me; if the transponder was turned off and the plane flew back over Malaysia, as noted by ‘military’ radar, wouldn’t Malaysia’s Air Force dispatch fighters to get a visual on the unidentified aircraft in their airspace? I smell a rat!

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