Wednesday, March 19, 2014

the flight 370 in kiev open thread...,

Cause inquiring minds want to know what Bro. Umbra thinks about the impossible phenomenon of a Boeing 777 being lost? Somebody DEFINITELY knows where that plane is sitting and has known exactly where it's been sitting since this narrative jumped off. Any liminal perspectives causing you to itch, now's the time to scratch.


woodensplinter said...

I'll play: Malaysian Flight 370 Hijacked by US Navy to protect 'Suspicious Cargo' - Russia
15 Mar 2014 A new report circulating in the Kremlin prepared by the
Russian Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed
Forces (GRU) states that Aerospace Defence Forces (VKO) experts remain
"puzzled" as to why the United States Navy "captured and then diverted" a
Malaysia Airlines civilian aircraft from its intended flight-path to
their vast and highly-secretive Indian Ocean base located on the Diego
Garcia atoll... Interesting to note, this report says, was that Flight
370 was already under GRU "surveillance" after it received a "highly
suspicious" cargo load that had been traced to the Indian Ocean nation
Republic of Seychelles, and where it had previously been aboard the
US-flagged container ship MV Maersk Alabama.
What first aroused GRU suspicions regarding the MV Maersk Alabama, this
report continues, was that within 24-hours of off-loading this "highly
suspicious" cargo load bound for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the two highly-trained US Navy SEALS assigned to protect it, Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Keith Reynolds, 44, were found dead under "suspicious circumstances."

CNu said...

1. The article is on par with my expectations for the leader of an HBCU.

2. The comments section featuring frats struggling to defend or rationalize the indefensible is priceless.

3. The "divine" nine and HBCU's are retrograde institutions whose time has come and gone.

Vic78 said...

Points 2 and 3 are on point. Point one would be funny if we aren't thinking about thousands of young people caught up on some bullshit. As for your third point, they did it to themselves. And I say good riddance. I can't wait for them to disappear.

Ed Dunn said...

Funny, i actually bought a car after spending nearly a year on ride-sharing services. But I wouldn't argue the sharing economy is anti-capitalistic, it is more anti-monopolistic.

CNu said...

How about when you factor in the major trusts and philanthropies that will be funding many(all) of the non-profits under consideration here? I kind of think of it as stealth capitalism in perpetuity, with particular emphasis on the physical behavior of surplus profits accumulated over time, minimal risk, maximal leverage, and really pervasive control vested in those who operate these surplus, accumulated profit machines.

CNu said...

About point 1., what Ed said a while ago and the familiar flak and drama he caught for his candor on the subject

CNu said...

On point 3, the "divine" nine would be more accurately described as the mediocre nine. These alumni mediocrities do an AWFUL lot of gatekeeping and blocking of us lone wolf brothers who could get girls and had game back in the day and didn't want any part of the hustle they were putting down when it went asymptotic with teh geh.

makheru bradley said...

Two former SEALS working for Trident just happened to OD on heroin. That's a stretch no doubt.

Dark Spectre ties the disappearance to the presence of 21 people linked to the NSA.

We know that automobiles can be remotely controlled, why not airplanes?

Until proven otherwise, I'm going with the aliens, perhaps to test their technology or to simply prove their superiority. Then again, I just picked Oregon and New Mexico to reach the Final 4 in the Billion Dollar Challenge.

Vic78 said...

He can't be this mentally handicapped.

CNu said...

lol, it's plain as day that The Atlantic maintains this perpetually lip poked-out, limp-wristed whiner who doesn't know how to do jack shit as an intentional exemplar of black mediocrity. They.wouldn't dare EVER let a cat like Ed Dunn get a crack at the mic on a mainstream platform that large. A forward-looking black man, who knows how to do things, and is highly motivated to help others successfully get from here to there - is a definite danger to the status quo.

An overhyped sissie worried to 750 words worth about being disrespected by a cabbie, OTOH - is a mainstay of the impotent status quo - and only a menace to the future well-being of his own unlucky seed raised similarly to whine and clutch pearls about nothing.

umbrarchist said...

I am somewhat amazed at all of the excitement and speculation about this. I don't have any more data than anyone else. Probably less since I have not looked for info about it.

It is strange but not that interesting. I am sure Boeing is worried about the possibility of any failure in the plane and whoever employs the pilots is wondering about their liability but I am content to wait.

As long as there is no evidence of the Laws of Physics being defied it is no big deal to me.

CNu said...

Technology tracks our every personal and individual move, entire commercial jetliners simply cannot go missing

Nakajima Kikka said...

Personally, I'm going with "sucked into a time vortex". I wonder which time they ended up in?

It's also possible that the pilots were trying to reach that secret Nazi base in Antarctica.

CNu said...

Indian ocean's not deep enough to support that is it?

Or is it that in those shallows, there are access points allowing for direct facilitated entry into the Nazi-controlled hollow earth?

Dale Asberry said...

umbrarchist said...

Well that is one of the curious things. I have seen several articles that say the US has good spy satellite coverage of the area but supposedly they don't have a clue. What does "good spy satellite coverage" mean.

Can they see any other planes in the area or not? Maybe they don't want to admit what areas they cover and do not.

The conspiracy theorist interpretation of that could be that the US did it and won't release the satellite info.

I have been saying skyscrapers can't collapse straight down for some time. That should be possible to test experimentally. I don't see how to test for disappearing airplanes.

umbrarchist said...

So when will we get anti-consumerism because it is not Capitalism?