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Where in Australia Are the 153 Chinese Passengers of MH370?|
China should stop playing the blame game with Malaysia while precious time is being wasted in public bickering over who should have done what.
Careful analysis of all the data points to Australia and New Zealand as the most probable countries where the MH370 could have landed, explaining why the "pings" to the satellite stopped 4 hours (around 5:22 AM) after the initial disappearance of the plane on Malaysia's civilian radar over the South China Sea) and refueled, and re-landed (around 8:11 AM) at its final destination. There is no other place on earth for a 200-foot Boeing 777 to land, refuel and re-land in total secrecy, so why keep up the pretense and polity of looking everywhere else where the probability of a find is virtually ZERO?
The Chinese government has a duty to its citizens to begin the search for their whereabouts in the place where they are most likely to be, if they are still alive, and therefore, China should officially request Australia and New Zealand to provide a list of all holders of Chinese passports, as to their addresses and telephone numbers, as soon as possible. China should also advertise in Australian newspapers and TV/Radio programs a reward for anyone able to provide information on possible casualties of the rapid ascent and descent of the plane over the South China Sea that was very likely to cause altitude decompression illness in a significant number of the passengers, if not all of them, many of whom may be comatose and unable to exercise their rights to contact their families, or too confused to know what to do. Reports that the plane could have been most likely 1,000 miles to the West of Perth, Australia, merely bend the truth to fit the theory, that the plane flew that far on its existing stock of fuel, in order to bury the truth in the depths of the Indian Ocean. No way the plane could have gone that far to the West of Perth, but by the timing of the last ping of 8:11 AM, it could have gone that far or more to the East of Perth after refueling.
The first place to search for survivors is Darwin, next Perth, then Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra, but possibly also Tasmania. Some of these folks could be very sick, and if they die, the truth dies with them. There is no time for niceties. China has the right and the duty to protect its citizens, whoever holds its passport, if the passport and the government that issued it is to have any meaning whatsoever. Check out all the hospitals for their ER and decompression chamber admissions in the past 8 days. This is the least that the Chinese government can do for its citizens whose rights may have been violated in a grave and dangerous way in order to produce a false flag political stunt, at the expense of their lives.
No more theories. Cut to the chase toward the most probable place where anyone could be alive, not towards the place where nobody would be expected to survive.