When we see what multiple individuals keep sending us in e-mails then we can only come up with two options for what exactly is driving them. Either some people actually choose to believe fabricated “news” or they are shills of the worst kind.
“Hey, what about the stolen passports?? You seem to avoid this fact don’t you!????!!”
No we do not avoid this “fact” but when people refuse to even read the complete reports and articles then there’s no way they can ever learn the actual facts anyway.
So for those who can’t see the charade for what it is and for the shills who have nothing better to do than sending futile e-mails, this is especially for you.
Malaysian Defence Minister and Acting Transport Minister
Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, March 12, 2014:
DAILY MAIL, March 24, 2014:
There are even people who keep questioning whether or not the plane, flight 370 had already crashed on March 8, 2014, when it vanished from the radars even though it has been confirmed that it kept sending signals to the satellites for up to 7 hours and probably even longer which would not be possible if it did indeed crash, after being at more than 35,000 feet in the air, which is why airplanes have flight data recorders, black boxes, for when they crash.
PM Najib Razak’s Press Statement, March 15, 2014:
- “According to the new data, the last confirmed communication between the plane and the satellite was at 8:11AM Malaysian time on Saturday 8th March. The investigations team is making further calculations which will indicate how far the aircraft may have flown after this last point of contact. This will help us to refine the search.”
The plane initially lost contact around 01:21 – 01:30 so that would make it about 7 hours later when satellites lost it completely.
And now that we are addressing the shills anyway, we ask of you to answer this simple question:
Don’t YOU just hate it when an attempt to plant other passport stories into the Malaysia Airlines flight 370 narratives FAILS?
“The passport number of a Fujian native surnamed Yu matches that of a passenger named Zhao Qiwei, who was reported on board the missing MH370. According to the Straits City Daily, a newspaper in Fujian Province, Yu is still in his hometown, Fuqing, Fujian Province. According to Yu, he has never lost his passport, nor has he ever used it since it was issued in 2007.” – March 9, 2014, China.org.cn (archived)