US Government: Why would it hijack MH370?
It’s becoming somewhat of a bore listening to mouthpieces in the media and very ignorant mouthpieces at that, who perhaps have never studied politics, history and geopolitical agendas. Media mouthpieces which utter nothing except that they are told to. They possibly trawl the internet occasionally to read “crazy conspiracy theories” so that they can, in their abject ignorance and naivety of the world – in their innocence in fact but with an arrogant style of innocence because, after all, they’re in the Media! They may even be on the telly from time to time! That makes them a “player” and someone people have to take seriously – take the proverbial out of those of us who are, probably in most cases, older, wiser, experienced and have read a lot wider and deeper than they. So when we analyse an event or series of events and connect one event to another and create a far bigger picture than that they are concentrating on (and therefore, they can never quite work out what or why something happened but just report on the detail and the input – conflicting as it may be – from a slurry of “experts”) these media types can do nothing but try and protect themselves from being seen as inept, by attacking those of us who leave their powers of investigation and their knowledge base, in the dust.
Sorry if that sounds arrogant of me. But then I’m not. Why should one apologise for being somewhat more capable and intelligent than a gnat? I’ve recently come to the conclusion that I hold pretty much zero respect for most people on this god forsaken planet of ours and I believe I have pretty good reason for it. I’m just getting a little sick of the shit I see 360 degrees around me.
Anyhow, rant over. I’m sure you get the picture.
So, there’s all these people on the TV, in newspapers and the general mass of incompetent, non-thinkers with very little knowledge of history or just about anything, who will say, when faced with the possibility of the US (and perhaps other western governments, being involved in the hijacking of MH370: “Oh god! It’s a conspiracy theorist! Take off the tin-foil hat” etc etc etc etc “Explain how the hijacking of an aircraft can possibly be connected to a Trans Pacific Partnership deal and be used to destabilise a government?” delivered in their usual, smarmy, fashion. The same old shit (which is getting very old and, as I said at the beginning – a bore) repeated over and over by ignorant little twats.
Well, once upon a time you ignorant little twats (while let’s ignore the Ukraine and Benghazi etc for the moment), there was President by the name of John F Kennedy. In 1962 there was the Cuban Missile crisis, during which, to attempt the overthrow of Castro, the US Department of Defence, the CIA and the President himself, concocted “Operation Mongoose” to destabilise the Cuban government. That didn’t turn out too successful However, later on, President Nixon came along and he decided to end the use of CIA hijacking for political purposes.
Between 1948 and 1957, there were 15 hijackings all over the world, an average of a little more than one per annum. Between 1958 and 1967, this climbed to 48–an annual average of about five. There was an explosive increase to 38 in 1968 and 82 in 1969, the largest number in a single year in the history of civil aviation. During the third 10-year period between 1968 and 1977, there were 414 hijackings–an annual average of 41.
The increase since 1958 could be attributed, in significant part, to the following factors:
First, the use by the USA’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of inspired hijackings as a weapon of destabilisation against the Fidel Castro regime which had seized power in Cuba in January, 1959, and nationalised all plantations and other property owned by US businessmen. Note that the US government did not like the economic (“communist”) policies put in place by Castro which kept the US and its corporations, from exploiting Cuba. Pretty much an exact parallel, then, with the anti TPPA stance that the Malaysians are taking. Even Anwar Ibrahim SEEMS to be against the TPPA (but this may just be for the purposes of riding the general population’s anti TPPA feeling until he were to ever get in power (we know that strategy well through a man called Tony Blair). I’d still say Ibrahim is CIA.
The hijackers inspired or instigated by the CIA did not make any political demands as a price for releasing the aircraft and passengers. They just forced the pilot to fly to either the US naval base at Guantanamo in Cuba or to the US and sought political asylum after condemning the communist regime at a press conference arranged by the CIA. Now, what if, again as a parallel to GITMO then, our Malaysian Airlines pilot(s) – remember, connected to Anwar Ibrahim – flew not to GITMO Cuba but to Diego Garcia and asked for asylum? What happened to the other passengers and crew? I don’t know. That’s a whole other speculation but, if you’ve read Operation Northwoods, you would have noted that the drone aircraft was substituted having landed the original one. Our MH370 went quiet didn’t it? Radar lost sight of it. This is pure speculation at this point but what if it did drop to 1000 feet (and in fact to 0 feet and landed somewhere? Dropped off the passengers and then took off once more toward Diego Garcia?) Anyhow, I don’t know the detail and neither does anyone but it is not outwith the bounds of plausibility. The point is, here, I’m talking about the bigger picture as to why this event took place. It isn’t just a mystery flight and a mystery as to what happened. The amount of conflicting crap we’re being fed I have never experienced in my life before over an event such as this. We’re getting fed a mass of shit to confuse the entire picture. To keep our eye off the ball and I just so happen to think that “ball” is the TPPA issue and the destabilisation of Malaysia to get the to PLAY ball!
The CIA thus used hijacking as a psychological weapon to have the Castro regime discredited in the eyes of the Cuban people as well as of those of other Latin American countries in order to prevent an emulation of the Cuban communist model. Another CIA objective was to cause a depletion in the Cuban civil aviation fleet strength, thereby causing air transportation difficulties inside Cuba. This was the agenda behind the CIA hijackings during that time. This is not crafted fiction but fact. Why, then, would they not consider precisely the same tactics in this particular circumstance with Malaysia? They would! They repeat their tactics over and over if you ever care to read up on your history! Once you do, you can read these CIA people and governments like a book just about.
The US did not return the planes to Cuba. Instead, these were ordered to be seized by US courts as compensation for the properties of US businessmen nationalised by the Castro regime. And there you have it. The planes were not even returned to Cuba and the American justice system actually made an argument to keep them because the nationalism by Castro had affected US businessmen! Castro hand’t broken the law by changing his policies. Yet here was the US justice system (and government) saying “Well, you changed your policy – as is your right as a sovereign nation – so we’ll hijack your aircraft and keep them because of what we perceive as our loss. We’ll ignore it is illegal and immoral to hijack aircraft.
Second, the retaliatory hijackings inspired or instigated by the Cuban intelligence, involving either US or non-US aircraft carrying a large number of US nationals. Like the CIA, the Cuban intelligence used these hijackings purely as a psychological weapon to have the US discredited. So, just as it was all psychological operations (on both sides) to discredit and destabilise, during the Cuban affair, it can be (and is in my view) the same now with Malaysia.
Third, the emulation of the CIA’s covert action technique by the Taiwanese intelligence in its psychological warfare against Beijing by inspiring or instigating hijackings from the mainland to Taiwan. Again, psychological warfare between Taiwan and China – Aircraft hijackings!
All historical fact so please don’t ask me why or suggest to me that what I suggest is behind this MH370 event is “crazy” and unjustifiable and cannot be taken seriously because all you are doing, I’m afraid, is displaying your very own ignorance and naivety. Something which the mainstream media is doing day after day, either through sheer ineptitude or by design.
Now if you don’t think “Drone boy” Obama – a man happy to consider himself “good at murdering people” – the man is a jackass! Yet any other President who did what he has done out in the open never mind covertly, would be impeached and imprisoned – would not give the go-ahead to the CIA to hijack a plane, you are, again, incredibly naive.
And one final thing: What the hell do you think was the intention of 9/11? It was precisely for the same reason as the US used against Cuba – to destabilise you! And it has achieved it because the USA is rapidly going down the plughole. The events of 9/11 were NOT (no matter what your government tries to tell you) primarily to kill anyone – that was a secondary issue and they were all just seen as collateral damage. The primary, fundamental reason for 9/11 was to destabilise your nation. And it worked a dream. The sad thing is that you still don’t recognise who did it.
“It is also a fact that America is too democratic at home to be autocratic abroad. This limits the use of America’s power, especially its capacity for military intimidation. Never before has a populist democracy attained international supremacy. But the pursuit of power is not a goal that commands popular passion, except in conditions of a sudden threat or challenge to the public’s sense of domestic well-being. The economic self-denial (that is, defense spending) and the human sacrifice (casualties even among professional soldiers) required in the effort are uncongenial to democratic instincts. Democracy is inimical to imperial mobilization.” – Zbigniew Brzezinski “The Grand Chessboard” 1997.
And if you cannot understand what that paragraph is explaining to you, then screw you you prat!
Fact: In 1973, the Nixon Administration ordered the discontinuance by the CIA of the use of hijacking as a covert action weapon against the Castro regime. Cuban intelligence followed suit. That year, the two countries reached an agreement for the prosecution or return of the hijackers and the aircraft to each other’s country. The Taiwanese intelligence also followed the CIA’s example-vis-а-vis China.
Fact: In the Dymshits–Kuznetsov hijacking affair on 15 June 1970, a group of Soviet refuseniks attempted to hijack a civilian aircraft in order to escape to the West, were caught and spent many years in Soviet prisons. This case is politically distinct in the sense that the government of Israel – which strongly denounced other cases of Aircraft hijacking – endorsed this one and declared its participants to be heroes and martyrs for the Zionist cause. This was denounced as a double standard by left-wing critics such as then Knesset Member Charlie Biton.
But finally, consider this. IF, as most people think, the CIA works for the American government, then tell me: How does this work?
FOREIGN AFFAIRSHC Deb 24 May 1962 vol 660 cc699-728
Would the night hon. Gentleman comment on what I have been putting to him for several months and what is now dealt with in a message from Washington this morning, in Which we learn that the AmericanAdministration is now convinced that the Central Intelligence Agency has been up to its old devices again and must share a large part of the responsibility for the situation in Laos.The message goes on to say thatthe swarm of C.I.A. agents in Laos deliberately opposed the official American objective of trying to establish a neutral Government.Will he tell us, in view of the work which the C.I.A. has done in places where Britain has vital interests— Burma, Laos, Cuba and elsewhere— what representations we have been making to the American Government against these activities, of which the whole would has been aware?
§Mr. HeathI have told the right hon. Gentleman before that neither I nor Her Majesty’s Government can have any responsibility for the activities of the C.I.A., nor can we be expected to have knowledge of their activities. Of course, we have seen the report in The Times today reporting the views from Washington. What I do know is that the policy of the President of the United States and of the American Administration is to find a political solution to the problem of Laos to help to create a neutral Government, to support Prince Souvanna Phoutma in so doing, and bring all the pressure possible upon General Phoumi and Prince Boun Oun to take part in that tripartite Government. That is the policy of the American Administration, and I am quite certain that the Administration is doing its utmost to pursue that policy. [HON. MEMBERS: “Not the C.I.A.”] We cannot be responsible for the activities of the C.I.A.
§Mr. P. Noel-BakerWhat representations have Her Majesty’s Government made to the American Government against these activities, which were being carried out by an agency under the authority of an allied Government and which were obviously endangering the peace of the world?
§Mr. HeathMy noble Friend is the Co-chairman and we, together with our allies in S.E.A.T.O., are in the closest touch, but the responsibility for this organisation rests with the American administration.
Figure that out and you’ll be on your way to understanding things a little better. From 9/11 to who actually runs the CIA.