Ships and planes had been scouring the Java Sea for Flight QZ8501 since Sunday, when it lost contact during bad weather about 40 minutes into its flight from Surabaya to Singapore.
Seven bodies have been recovered from the sea, some fully clothed, which could indicate the Airbus (AIR.PA) A320-200 was intact when it hit the water.
Call me an Islamophobe, but when Shoebat.com researched the pilot from the missing flight QZ8501 Captain Iriyanto I access the local news in Indonesian, not in English. There I find out that the pilot of the missing flight QZ8501 was a devout Muslim, I get somewhat paranoid. Translating from Indonesian I find the following:
- “Iriyanto was also active in the community as a board member and chairman of the mosque at his residence in Pondok Jati Block BC 12 Village Pagerwojo, Buduran, Sidoarjo.”
- “In addition to serving as Chairman of RT 39, Iriyanto also served as a board leader of Masjid Nurul Yaqin, which is located in the housing complex.”
- “He was also diligent in worship. When everyone was at home, he would certainly be seen praying in congregation in the mosque”.
From Indonesian sources Shoebat also found out that “Before Iriyanto applied for early retirement and became a commercial airline pilot he had been a pilot in the Air Force who served in the squadron Iswahyudi Airport, Madiun, East Java flying fighter Hawk MK 50 and F-5.”
Iriyanato “performed operational tasks from 1983 up until 1992?. It was such fighter jets from Indonesia that were used over East Timor and were operational till September of 1999 killing some 200,000 mostly Christian Timorese out of a total population of 600,000 which has been winked at by western powers and today western media said nothing about this pilot’s involvements?
If the United States acknowledged that civilian jets can be and were used as missiles, so for me to propose that these two jet planes were hijacked for a future “missiles hitting buidings” operation shouldn’t lightly be dismissed just because I am an Islamophobe.
While no one at this time can provide conclusive evidence to support such a theory, but history shows it is not far-fetched, being paranoid at times is better than being skeptic. Flight QZ8501, while the media focused on the differences with MH370, the similar patterns gives even more reasons for concern, especially when we factor the law of probabilities; Firstly there was sabotage on both flights. Secondly, both flights veered dramatically from the flight course.
BOTH FLIGHTS HAD HIGH POSSIBILITY OF SABOTAGE
A former Boeing 777 pilot has claimed missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 could have only veered off course due to sabotage.
“Is it a coincidence that this track managed to avoid Indonesian, Thai and then Indian military radar?” the Boeing 777 pilot said.
He also stipulates for air traffic control to lose secondary radar contact with MH370 someone would have had to interfere with the systems.
“The B777 has 80 computers and, except for two engines, nearly every system on board is triplicated to ensure a practically fail safe operation, for example three radios, three radar transponders (linked to Air Traffic Control), three autopilots, three flight management computers and a failure of one will result in transfer, usually automatically, to another. This means for ATC to lose secondary radar contact with MH370 someone had to deactivate all three by manually selecting them to go off,” he explained.
He also dispelled any electrical failure and “An explosion by the two passengers shows no debris” or “a mid air crash”.
The Malaysian prime minister said they now believe “deliberate action” was taken to alter the direction of the aircraft. Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak said authorities now believe the plane’s communications systems were deliberately disabled. He said: “Based on new satellite communication we can say with a high degree of certainty that the aircraft communication addressing system was disabled just before the aircraft reached the east coast of Malaysia.”
In both flights there still should have been a distress call, yet neither flight gave any.
BOTH FLIGHTS SENT NO DISTRESS SIGNALS
Air traffic controllers in Subang, outside Kuala Lumpur, did not receive a distress signal from flight MH370. Neither the pilot nor his co-pilot made any attempt to indicate there was a problem.
The jet could be tracked one second, and was gone the next. A leading aviation safety expert said he found it “extraordinary” that there is no record of a distress call.
The plane would have been cruising at about 35,000 feet when it lost contact, giving the pilots “plenty of time” to report any technical problems, Flight Global’s operations and safety editor David Learmount said.
“Something happened and the pilots did not tell anyone. Why? It’s a good question,” he said.
“It’s extraordinary the pilots failed to call because they had plenty of time to. Unless there was a bomb on board but there has been no evidence of that.”
Police also searched the home of Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, confirming that they found, dismantled and removed a flight simulator from the property.
Malaysian authorities have revealed that the jet climbed from the Boeing 777’s approved cruising altitude of 35,000 ft to a height of 45,000 ft.
Radar signals showed the plane then descended to 23,000 ft before climbing again and flying towards the Indian Ocean.
Officials say only someone with “significant flying experience” could have done this, but why would they unless it is a plot to evade radar coverage?
BOTH FLIGHTS WERE VEERING OFF COURSE
Now we have one of the biggest aviation mysteries of all time, MH370 disappeared, the plane’s identifying transponders appeared to be intentionally shut off, its pilots stopped making radio transmissions and the airliner made a mysterious turn before possibly traveling for hours until all traces vanished.While the media speaks of the differences between both flights, so far we have even more serious similarities. The chances of both flights from the same area, both flights had Muslim pilots, both flights have a high possibility of turning off transponders, both flights veering off course and both flights had no trace and both flights making no distress signals makes the probabilities of an accident less likely and the probabilities of foul play likely. For unknown reasons to this day, this particular Boeing 777 veered off its original flight path and did not send any distress signal, similar to flight QZ8501.
Uncertainly over the fate of MH370 was further compounded by reports that two men whose names matched those on the passenger manifest had reported their passports stolen. An Austrian and an Italian passport, separate incidents yet the “Two people who boarded Flight 370 using stolen passports appear to havebought their tickets together, records show” as confirmed by Interpol.
The Italian who was believed to have been on board, 37-year-old Luigi Maraldi has since been pictured alive and well in Thailand and the Austrian, 30-year-old Christian Kozel has also been confirmed as alive and well and back home in Austria. So where are any photos of the two who registered on flight MH370? The pressure cooker bombers had their photos published by the FBI and so far no one is showing a single photo of two individuals who entered flight MH370 using false passports? Someone connected these two passports stolen from two different occasions registering together is highly suspicious and adds to our probabilities.