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This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-4-16 14:47|
China Is in Cahoots with Australia to Avoid Finding the Passengers?!
Unbelievable? Think again!
Suppose some of the Chinese authorities in charge of the plane search operation were themselves responsible for the fiasco that resulted in the disappearance of the plane and more than 150 Chinese passengers - would they really want to find the passengers and let them expose their failings or worse yet, their betrayal?
Of course not.
Not only were the leads generated by the Chinese satellites, ships and planes fruitless, they contribute to the mass of misleading information that was generated by the Malaysian and Australian teams.
All three parties, Malaysia, Australia and China, have assiduously avoided the possibility of a "Third Corridor" between the Gulf of Thailand down the South China Sea to Darwin and thence Alice Springs, Australia, which would have fit all the time marks of this seemingly lost flight.
12:41 AM - MH370 takes off from Kuala Lumpur.
01:20 AM - MH370 disappears from all radars.
06:20 AM - Plane lands in Darwin, Australia, to refuel.
07:00 AM - Plane takes off from Darwin toward Alice Springs.
08:19 AM - Last ping detected by satellite from the plane's engines.
08:20 AM - Plane lands in Alice Springs, Australia.
So, far there has been no solid evidence that can disprove this THIRD CORRIDOR, which remains the most likely path taken by the Malaysian plane.
While it is interesting to see how the pot calls the kettle black, the Chinese people and the families of the passengers have no time for such slapstick comedies. They must demand their government open up an inquiry with the Australian government to prove that the plane did not in fact end up in Alice Springs. So far, nobody has asked for this demand to be made. China continues to embroil itself in the false leads of the other countries, and be accused by these countries of misleading them in return. Now, China is defending itself from these accusations, while still ignoring the search for the passengers, not in the Indian Ocean, but in the Australian continent itself.