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MH370: “I’ll rule that one out”

Posted in "Terrorism", Disappearance of MH370, Geo-Political Warfare, Politics by earthling on March 19, 2014

Oh you will will you? Just dismiss it? Best way to handle such a question Carney isn’t it?


US officials in Kuala Lumpur are working “in close cooperation with the Malaysian government,” White House spokesman Jay Carney said at his daily briefing, calling the search “a difficult and unusual situation”:

They are in a truly agonizing situation. We remain fully committed to assisting the Malaysians and working with our other international partners … I can assure you we are in a close, collaborative relationship.

Asked about the notion that the plane could have landed at Diego Garcia, the US military base in the central Indian Ocean, Carney was dismissive:

“I’ll rule that one out.”

When no-one is allowed to go anywhere near that island and when it is restricted to Armed Forces such that even the government who owns the island – the British Government – have restrictions placed on them from visiting; Plus, because the island has no “settled population” it does not come under the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction, it CAN be “dismissed” with impunity by people like you – lackeys for people like Obama and the British establishment. Such questions are simply emptied into the “Black hole” called “Diego Garcia”.

Ever heard of the guy who was previously in your position Jay? His name was Robert Gibbs. Just have a quick listen mate then you tell the world why it should listen to you!

You are sociopathic liars Carney. It’s more than your job’s worth (and that is all you are – a “jobsworth”) to even acknowledge the question of Diego Garcia. How many CIA operations have been declassified decades after the event mate? How many fake wars through false flags have your Presidents got us involved with? How many assassinations for political expediency has your government and friendly governments, carried out? The list is never ending Carney. And you’re nothing but a mouth with an arm stuck up your anus!

But the American public are too damned scared of acknowledging it because of what it would lead to! And the rest of the world plays ball with you because you’re the big bad wolf (in sheep’s clothing). Along with your “jewish” buddies!



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  1. Uffda said, on March 19, 2014 at 3:50 pm

    March 19 2014 Breaking News Flight MH370 Missing Malaysian jet most likely southern Indian Ocean

    • earthlinggb said, on March 19, 2014 at 4:14 pm

      Thanks for that Uffda. It’s absolutely disgusting and I despise my government for what they did and do. In fact, despise is not quite strong enough a word.

  2. Uffda said, on March 19, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    Malaysia Plane Hidden With Electronic Weapon? 20 Hi-Tech EW Defense Passengers
    New electronic weapons (EW) allow jamming, blinding, deafening and more, so that a plane could possibly vanish from radar detection and security systems would not be activated. Basic radar Electronic Counter-Measure (ECM) strategies used in electronic warfare (EW) are: 1) radar interference, 2) target modifications, and 3) changing electrical properties of air.
    Last year, it was announced that new stealth technology makes airplanes invisible not only to radar. It also renders them hidden to the human eye – “just like an invisibility cloak in a Hollywood sci-fi thriller,” reported “This is known from UFO technology at least since 1950”

  3. David said, on March 21, 2014 at 12:36 pm

    What gets me about this ‘arc’ (stretching from Turkmenistan to Indonesia and from Indonesia to SW Indian Ocean), is that it’s the ‘arc of view’ of the satellite at the time…the aircraft found itself somewhere on that arc (is direction of travel mentioned??). The ‘arc’ has been distorted to meaning ‘choice of flightpath’ of the aircraft, which it patently is NOT.
    To explain: The satellite picked up a signal from the aircraft and, judging by the strength (ALONE) of the signal, one can deduce the distance from the satellite (hence the arc).
    If this is the (real) basis of the deduction (strength of signal)…then a second and even third signal reading would have to be taken to deduce DIRECTION.
    Everything, as earthling has mention, points to the aircraft heading exactly where they say it didn’t go….Diego Garcia.

    • David said, on March 21, 2014 at 12:58 pm

      In this video, for example, the Inmarsat spokesman describes the (satellite-captured) signals as being “hundreds of miles Westward” of the last-known radar position….FIVE hours, in fact.

      So, why are they now looking in the SOUTH-WEST Indian Ocean 7 HOURS’ flying time from the aircraft’s departure point?

      I dunno….I’ll wager that Diego Garcia is roughly five hours’ flight from the most Westerly point of the Indonesian coast…any takers?

      • earthlinggb said, on March 21, 2014 at 1:53 pm

        You’re right. Mauritius is 7 and a half hours from Malaysia/Indonesia. Diego Garcia is about 5 or 6 therefore. But the other thing is that Inmarsat does NOT do location. It only gets location fed to it by actual messages from the pilot. Those arcs are a joke. As I’ve said before, if all Inmarsat can do (and I’m not sure it can even do this – signal level is variable so no, I’m entirely unconvinced) is come up with two HUGE arcs which cover close to a third of the planet – one north and one south, then Inmarsat doesn’t have a clue where that plane went. Not only that but IF those arcs represent something real from Inmarsat, then that something real is not arcs but a full circumference. What I mean is, IF it can judge distance then it can only say the plane was a distance (360deg) from the satellite’s relative earth location. It CANNOT state which angle that ping came from – which is already pretty damned obvious from the immensity of those arcs!

      • earthlinggb said, on March 21, 2014 at 1:57 pm

        This guy also says “hundreds of miles west”. Well hundreds of miles west is NOT on either of those arcs! Unless I have picked him up wrongly.
        Something smells regarding this whole Inmarsat issue.

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