Friday, March 21, 2014

Political Correctness and Taqiyya may be the real problems in finding the missing Malaysia airplane.

There are two trains of thought on the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, flight MH370, that vanished March 8th with 239 people on board. Either it crashed in the ocean or it was flown to a Muslim country to be used for a ransom demand or a weapon of mass destruction. Almost all of the news being reported from around the world concerns some variation of a crash theory, both intentional and accidental. A suicide crash by the flight crew is most unlikely for three reasons. One, they had plenty of opportunity within the first two hours of the flight while still in communication with the ground. Second, satellite pickup of the pings from the ACARS units shown that the airplane continued to fly for some 7 hours after the final radio sign-off. Third, the FMS, Flight Management Computer on the aircraft programmed the hard left turn away from the flight path several minutes before the co-pilot radioed his "All right. Good night." message. 
If the airplane flight crew attempted to make it to another country there is the possibility it may have run out of fuel and did, in fact, crash but it would not be in the areas currently being searched. It would have been over land. Such a crash would be more easily discovered. Hardly anyone is looking (or at least has said they were looking) for a possible landing site with a large enough hangar to hide the airplane. In fact, the governments of more than a dozen countries have brought their naval fleets and aircraft into a massive search for floating wreckage that could be anywhere in a vast sea thousands of square miles in size. As we have witnessed the floating debris from the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan work its way across the Pacific to wash up on the shores of the United States, while that scenario could conceivably linger for years, if the Boeing 777 did crash in the water on March 8th, eventually some floating contents will be found, be it luggage or seat cushions. So what about the theory of a successful hijacking that left the aircraft intact?

The problem with the successful hijacking theory begins with the stalled investigation by the Malaysian government. Malaysia is a predominantly Muslim country. The Malaysian government officials heading the investigation are all Muslims. The pilot and co-pilot of Flight MH370 were both Muslim, and political activists, and are now suspect in some kind of plot. So what happens when you have so many Muslims involved? There is an unwritten rule in Islam that says that Muslims do not point fingers at other Muslims, either knowingly or unknowingly. Even if the government had no knowledge of a flight crew conspiracy, protecting fellow Muslims and Islam, is the common denominator in all of this, and must be upheld. That is what Taqiyya is all about. And the misdirection and stalled investigation that didn't even look at the background of the cockpit flight crew for more than a week is evidence of this.

Taqiyya – the Islamic command to lie to non-Muslims.
Muslims are allowed to deceive non-Muslims if it helps Islam. For non-Muslims this principle, called Taqiyya is another surprising concept of Islam. While most other religions speak highly of truthfulness the Qur’an instructs Muslims to lie to non-Muslims about their beliefs and their political ambitions to protect and spread Islam. There are many examples of today’s Islamic leaders saying one thing in English for the Western press and then saying something entirely different to their own followers in Arabic a few days later. Deceiving the enemy is always useful in war and Islam is at war with the non-Islamic world until the whole world follows Shari’a Law. All non-Muslims living in non-Islamic states are therefore enemies. So deceiving Westerners is totally acceptable – even encouraged – if it can forward the goals of the spread of Islam.

On March 18th, The Times of India web site published one story with a most interesting explanation on how a Boeing jumbojet could have stealthily flown undetected, avoiding several aircraft tracking radars.

Malaysia Airlines mystery: Singapore Airlines shadow, US suspicious cargo and other theories keep kin's hope alive

Arun Janardhanan, TNN | Mar 18, 2014, 09.13PM IST
 A Tumblr post of Ohio-based pilot Keith Ledgerwood has been trending for the last two days for obvious reasons including its convincing narration and technical details. He wrote that the missing plane flew above or below another Boeing 777, belonging to Singapore Airlines.

Ledgerwood, a hobby pilot and aviation enthusiast, said he discovered the theory noticing that another flight of Singapore Airlines (SIA68) was flying from Singapore over the Andaman Sea at the same time. Quoting the military radar data that traced the direction of the missing plane near Malacca Strait, he says it flew with disabled radars and transponders listening to ATC instructions to the Singapore Airlines (SIA68) in the vicinity.

"I investigated further and plotted the exact coordinates of Singapore Airlines flight number 68's location at 1815UTC onto the aviation map. I quickly realized that SIA68 was in the immediate vicinity as the missing MH370 flight at precisely the same time. Moreover, SIA68 was en route on a heading towards the same IGREX waypoint on airway P628 that the Malaysian military radar had shown MH370 headed towards at precisely the same time."

Singapore Airlines flew across the Andaman Sea into the Bay of Bengal and finally into India's airspace from there it to have proceeded across India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and finally Turkmenistan before proceeding onward across Europe to its final destination of Barcelona, Spain.
On March 17th, LIGNET, the Langley Intelligence Group Network web site, run by some former operatives of the Central Intelligence Agency, sent out a press release with the ominous headline: Boeing Source: Missing Plane in Pakistan. The story also quoted retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, "who told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday and again on Tuesday that his connections have led him to believe that Flight 370 landed in Pakistan with the help of the flight’s two pilots . . . McInerney said, “When the U.S. Navy quits their search, their ship search, they must know something in the Indian Ocean. When the Israeli Defense Forces, when they increase their defense alert, they must know something”"

What would be the intentions of a group of Muslim terrorists in hijacking a jumbo jet? An immediate concern would be the ransom of the passengers but if the intent was to use the aircraft for a weapon then the passengers would likely be already dead. To support that theory is the report that tracking showed the aircraft was flown to 45,000 feet, well above its specified altitude, possibly to depressurize the cabin and kill all the passengers. In that same theory, it also explains why no cell phone calls were detected from the passengers. To use the aircraft as a weapon against a non-Muslim country it would have to be disguised. Surely, if it was flown in its Malaysian Airlines colors it would stand out like a sore thumb. Israel has already put its air defenses on alert giving extra scrutiny to any commercial aircraft flying into or toward its air space. So a full body repainting would be in order to make the B777 appear to belong to some other airline and that is no simple task to undertake. It would probably take some two weeks to properly repaint the airplane. I have seen it done years ago when I worked for Pan Am.

The problem that complicates this investigation is in the sense of political correctness that many Western governments have toward Islam. There must be a massive intelligence effort to search out and locate the hiding place for the airplane and it must be done inside the most radical of Muslim countries: Pakistan and Afghanistan, both of which have numerous airports with long runways that could have handled the large jetliner and both of which could have been reached within the known 7 hours of additional flight. And both of which have governments controlled by Muslims that would aid the terrorists by covering up for them.
While there are many who would attribute such theories mentioned above to the tinfoil-hat brigade, how strange was it to realize a state sponsored terrorist group would send 19 devout Muslims into America bent on committing mass suicide and murder for the glory of their religion? Paying for their food and lodging for several months while sending them to a flight school to learn how to pilot Boeing 767 aircraft. Yes, it did happen and we saw the results on September 11, 2001.
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