Well eight months has now lapsed since Malaysian Air Liner MH370 vanished without a trace. There is still no sign of it in the Southern Indian Ocean off the coast of Perth where most logical thinking people who have been following this debacle know it cannot possibly be anyway. The Malaysians and the Australians continue to cling to this flimsy assumption based on the Inmarsat data which cannot be correct. They insist that the plane headed off in a Southerly direction ending in the the Southern Indian Ocean somewhere off the coast of Perth. Yet there is virtually no evidence to suggest anything like this took place. This is an extremely unlikely scenario given the facts and once again I ask when will common sense prevail here? I refer to my post of 30th October below which is based on logic and not wild speculation arrived at way back in February this year. It is so clear to me that this is a red herring invented so they can deliberately not find the aircraft for some strange reason. Why else would they keep looking in what must be considered to be the least likely place for it to be? Even more curious is the motive behind this wild goose chase.

4 thoughts on “MH 370 AFTER EIGHT MONTHS

  1. Dawn Taylor

    I enjoyed reading your comments/views on this sad story of the missing Malaysian Airliner MH 370 – I am actually dumbfounded by all the unlikely explanations given by the authorities as to what route the stricken liner took or where they said it had crashed. I tend to go with your logic on this one. At the time what really amazed me was people coming forward to say that they had received messages from loved ones! To be honest, I have not kept up with the current situation of the distraught relatives and those claiming to have heard from the passengers on the liner.

  2. Gregory

    This is the probably the biggest cover-up of the 21st century! Good article.

  3. collette

    Excellent Dad! I enjoyed reading everything you mentioned and the logic behind it all!

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