Was Malaysia 370 Shot Down By the Malaysian Air Force?
We know there is a cover up here - but how far does it extend? (Posted 4/18/2014)
CNN Report: "Malaysian air force search aircraft were scrambled about 8 a.m. March 8, hours after the plane lost contact with air-traffic controllers and disappeared from radar but soon after Malaysia Airlines reported that its plane was missing, Malaysian sources told CNN. The aircraft took off before authorities corroborated data indicating that the plane turned back westward and found no trace, a senior Malaysian government official told CNN. In addition, the air force did not inform the Department of Civil Aviation or search and rescue operations until three days later, March 11, a source involved in the investigation told CNN." While they claim that they did not know about the turn west it seems clear that they lied about a lot as will be discussed later. On Figure 1 the axis term is MALAYSIA 370. At the same skip are the words FIGHTER and TARGET. The name of the tall twin towers in Kuala Lumpur is Manara Petronas. The word MENARA is parallel to and in the next column to MALAYSIA 370 and the terms touch. Figure 2 shows the same terms but is expanded from 435 letters to 812 letters to show a transliteration of ISLAM at skip +1, although the S letter is spelled with a sin/shin rather than the normally preferred samech.
Figure 1 above shows the 5th lowest skip of MALAYSIA 370 with FIGHTER and TARGET at the same skip. Parallel to them is MENARA, the first name of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur. Figure 2 below shows an expansion of the same matrix to include a transliteration of ISLAM, the religion of the Malaysia 370 pilots.
THE LOGIC IN FAVOR OF A SHOOT DOWN BY THE MALAYSIAN AIR FORCE. In the post 911 era, any threat against high visibility targets like the Menara Petronas Towers must be taken serious. In fact, the day after the World Trade Centers were destroyed in New York, there was a bomb threat that required evacuating the Petronas Towers.
Certainly the Malaysian Government has continued to change its story. Originally the last words of the flight were by co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, who said, “All right, goodnight.” But later the speaker and words were the pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shaw who said, "Goodnight Malaysian Three Seven Zero." No further transcript of the conversation has been released. Further, the co-pilot tried to make a cell phone call when the plane descended to low altitude. The signal was picked up in Penang about 250 miles from where the transponder was turned off. As is shown on Figure 3, Penang is home to Royal Malaysian Air Force's Butterworth Air Base where F-18 and F-5 interceptor fighters are located. If they received a call from the co-pilot, perhaps with a coded word about the pilot going crazy, they would likely have decided to shoot the aircraft down. After all, that is what our Air Force was ready to do on 911, but we had no planes ready to do it that were located in the right place to get it done.
What about the black box and pings received in the Indian Ocean? They have been up to hundreds of miles apart, or as little as 17 miles apart. The transponder can only be heard about a mile away. Some of the signals heard were close to but not at the required 37.5 kHz. If the Malaysian Government decided to cover up the shoot down because they were afraid of the financial consequences and military consequencces (see Figure 5 for information about territorial disputes between China and Malaysia) they could have seeded areas far away from the area of concern with pingers designed to mislead searchers long enough to get past the expected 30-day life expectancy of the transponder. As I write this it is 42 days since the flight went missing.
Figure 3 - Malaysian Air Force.
Figure 4 - Spreadsheet to show the statistical significance of Figures 1 and 2.
Figure 5 - China and Malaysia have territorial disputes in the South China Sea. If China is angered by Malaysia then China could seize territory there and claim it is for purposes of reparations.
Earlier matrices that I found about this about this flight were based on a question about whether the destination was Somalia, and they were also based around the pilot’s name. See the pilot matrices and also the earlier matrices which discuss the issue of this plane crashing into the sea.