Thursday, May 22, 2014

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Mystery May 22 - 23 , 2014 ----CRUCIAL PINGS 'NOT FROM MH370’ - SCIENTISTS: Abbott and Najib were playing politics.......... The unresolved MH370 tragedy is taking on a heightened phase of intrigue. The latest speculation is fueled by none other than the former premier of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad ( who has penned a curious blog post declaring " Someone is hiding something " ) What and more important who is the former PM of Malaysia loudly hinting about ?? Fruitless search in the Indian Ocean update , MAS closure on May 28th rumor put down as false and harmful rumor , MAS failing to honor commitments to families of missing crew members as MAS hopes charity fills the void (NUFAM organizes charity dinner , might MAS at least offer to organize church style chicken dinner sales and bake offs next ? Sarcasm off .....)

Cover up theorems getting louder ?

Friday, 23 May 2014 16:17

CRUCIAL PINGS 'NOT FROM MH370’ - SCIENTISTS: Abbott and Najib were playing politics

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CRUCIAL PINGS 'NOT FROM MH370’ - SCIENTISTS: Abbott and Najib were playing politics
UNDERWATER scientists have labelled the search for MH370 a “debacle” and say Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak may have been playing politics when he 'prematurely' announced the black box pingers had been found.
The acoustic experts, who do not wish to be identified, said the four crucial signals detected by a US pinger locator were almost certainly not from the missing Malaysian Airlines plane’s black boxes, but from another man-made source.
They insisted that the signals were in the wrong frequency and detected too far apart to be from the boxes.
“As soon as I saw the frequency and the distance between the pings I knew it couldn’t be the aircraft pinger,” one scientist told News Corp Australia.
That conclusion is supported by the lack of success from a detailed search of the area conducted by the US deep sea drone ‘Bluefin 21’.
The unmanned submarine will return to Perth this weekend and will be replaced by a commercial deep water search vehicle.
An RAAF aircraft also detected a mystery signal earlier in the search, showing there were other signals being transmitted.
“It is clear there were other man made signals out there,” an expert said.
In answer to questions from News Corp Australia the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) said that the signals were “likely” sourced from electronic equipment and were “believed to be” consistent with the Flight Data Recorder.
Deliberate wild-goose chase: Pings most likely came from whales?
The look of guilt on the faces of the two leaders says it all?
Still searching ... technicians work on the Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle. Pic
Still searching ... technicians work on the Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle. Picture: Paul Kane/Getty Images Source: Getty Images
However the scientists said the 33.3 kilohertz frequency of the signal was very different to the 37.5 kilohertz generated by underwater acoustic beacons. The signals were also detected some 30km and four days apart.
The JACC has refused a request to release recordings of the signals for independent analysis and it did not release the exact location or precise depth of the signals.
Agency head retired defence chief Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston said the signals were still being analysed to ensure nothing was overlooked.
Standing his ground ... the Chief Coordinator of the JACC, Air Chief Marshal Angus Housto
Standing his ground ... the Chief Coordinator of the JACC, Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston. Picture: Marie Nirme. Source: News Corp Australia
“They won’t release them because they don’t know what it is,” one scientist said.
“Signals do pass through water in complicated ways and you can get unusual ‘sound ducts’ but at those distances it is very unlikely.”
According to the scientists the required critical, detailed analysis of the signals was not conducted before Mr Abbott went public in China on April 11.
International effort ... Commodore Peter Leavy (right), United States Navy Salvage Superv
International effort ... Commodore Peter Leavy (right), United States Navy Salvage Supervisor, Captain Mark Matthews (centre) and ADV Ocean Shield RAN Mission Commander, Commander James Lybrand (left). Picture: Greg Wood Source: AFP
His announcement coincided with negative political fallout over his controversial “knights and dames” decision to change the Australian honours system and the ICAC scandal enveloping former NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell.
“We are confident that we know the position of the black box flight recorder to within some kilometres,” Mr Abbott said in Shanghai.
Looking for clues ... Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Atlanta Heysen,
Looking for clues ... Able Seaman Communications and Information Systems Atlanta Heysen, carries out damage control board plotting onboard HMAS Toowoomba, in search of missing Flight MH370. Source: Supplied
ACM Houston almost immediately contradicted him saying that nothing had changed.
“On the information I have available to me, there has been no major breakthrough in the search for MH370,” he said at the time.
Seventeen ships and 23 aircraft from eight countries were involved in the search and RAAF P-3C Orion aircraft deployed 1416 sonobuoys at a cost of $1018 each or $1.4 million.
The Malaysian Airlines flight, with 239 passengers and crew on board, disappeared in the early hours of March 8 on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Since then no trace of the jetliner has been found, despite a multi-million dollar search effort.

Op Southern Indian Ocean
Diving below ... Able Seaman Clearance Diver Matthew Johnston is towed by Australian Defence Vessel Ocean Shield's fast response craft as he scans the water for debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Source: Supplied
There are so far no clues, at least publicly known, for why and how the plane veered so radically from its course, doing an air turnback as it was crossing between Malaysian and Vietnamese air space, and then flying back over Malaysia, over the tip of Indonesia and into the treacherous southern Indian Ocean.
The search, off Perth, has so far yielded little. - Agencies,

Thursday, 22 May 2014 12:28

MH370 COVER-UP: First Anwar, then Dr M - why doesn't Najib dare to DENY their allegations?

Written by J. D. Lovrenciear
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MH370 COVER-UP: First Anwar, then Dr M - why doesn't Najib dare to DENY their allegations?
The unresolved MH370 tragedy is taking on a heightened phase of intrigue. The latest speculation is fueled by none other than the former premier of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammad.
In his blog, CheDet, and as reported in The Sun newspaper (“Someone is hiding something: Dr M”, May 19, 2014, pp. 4), the former leader is claiming that “someone is hiding something”.
He goes on to claim that the ill fated plane may be “somewhere (and) without MAS (logo) markings”.
Now that is serious. For a former leader who undoubtedly still has a hidden hand in the politics of the nation and perceived to have access to crucial, confidential information, to state openly that the plane is being hidden somewhere cannot be dismissed or interpreted as sheer unfounded allegations.
Not just anyone but a former prime minister
In the first place, if the government of the day dismisses the Tun’s claims as mere speculation, then we have to ask what are the authorities going to do about such baseless accusations? Did the police and the Defense Minister not warn Malaysians not to speculate on the fate of the missing aircraft?
If an ordinary citizen is to ask probing questions she or he is immediately chastised for tarnishing the image of the nation or being a traitor.
Now that Mahathir is blatantly saying that the plane is still somewhere and that it did not just crash or disappear from the face of the earth, it certainly puts the entire machinery of the Malaysian government to shame.
How come, the leaders did not, outright, make such claims from the beginning? Why did even Najib announce that the plane “ended” somewhere in the wide blue ocean?
Now the question is will the UMNO-led leaders and their paid agencies take the Tun to task for speculating? Or will they now change their musical piece and sing in unison that anyone is entitled to his or her own opinion?
Suppose the Malaysian alternative government-in-waiting leaders like Lim Kit Siang or Mat Sabu or Anwar Ibrahim are to make that same statement as that of the Tun, what would the likely unfolding scenario be?
Why is Najib covering up for FOREIGN powers - what is he getting?
Seriously, the citizens of Malaysia and the rest of the responsible world – and especially the anguished family members of the missing persons on board MH370, have a right to demand a response from the current prime minister of Malaysia.
And if speculation like that of the Tun is allowed, are we wrong now to ask further: Is Najib being held at ransom by the powers that be over his knowledge and or involvement in the murder of the Mongolian citizen, in so far as the fate of the MH370 goes?
We need answers. The answers have a critical bearing on national security, our integrity and the future of citizens and Rulers.
Let not the MH370 end up just like the Altantuya episode where motive is deemed irrelevant; plotters are let free with handsome cash returns on investments (ROI) intact in the kitty; and no light shed on the many strange developments surrounding the mother-of-all-murders in Malaysia. - MAILBAG

Thursday, 22 May 2014 19:04

M'sian govt slams Anwar for MH370 cover-up claim but quiet on Dr M's CIA-to-blame comments

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M'sian govt slams Anwar for MH370 cover-up claim but quiet on Dr M's CIA-to-blame comments
The Malaysian government has reportedly said that the MH370 cover up claim is false.
According to The Sydney Morning Herald, a government spokesman said the claim made by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on the ABC's Four Corners program that the flight manifest had been deleted by "people in authority" was designed to smear his country in the international media.
The spokesman said that the Cargo manifest allegation is the latest attempt by Anwar Ibrahim to exploit the MH370 tragedy and damage Malaysia's reputation for personal political gain.
Anwar had earlier told the ABC News that the government was liable to give an explanation in a transparent manner on whether information on the manifest was deleted as told to him by confidential sources.
Meanwhile, the spokesman said that the Malaysian government had released MH370's full manifest on May 1, according to which, the cargo included four tonnes of mangosteen fruit and lithium batteries.
Last month, Anwar, who has been sentenced to five years in jail for charge of sodomy, claimed that the Malaysian government was intentionally hiding information that would explain the fate of the missing Malaysia Airline flight. -

Fruitless search resumes.......

MAS information of note......


Published: Friday May 23, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Friday May 23, 2014 MYT 7:13:33 AM

MH370: Bluefin-21 resumes MH370 search after technical repairs

SYDNEY: A mini-sub searching for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has recommenced its operations after overcoming technical problems, as it enters its final week of scouring the Indian Ocean seabed for signs of the aircraft.
Australia is leading the search for the plane, which vanished on March 8 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people onboard, and is using the Bluefin-21 mini-sub until new equipment can be obtained.
“The autonomous underwater vehicle Bluefin-21 was deployed from the vessel around 2:00 am this morning. It remains underwater on its search mission,” the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) said.
The US Navy Bluefin-21, which can plunge to a depth of some 4,500m, was brought back to shore last week to fix technical issues.
It resumed its search in the remote area of several transmissions believed to have come from the aircraft’s black box recorders.
“Over the next week, Bluefin-21 will search the remaining areas in the vicinity of the acoustic signals detected in early April by the towed pinger locator... that are within its depth operating limits,” JACC said.
“This continues the process that will ultimately enable the search team to discount or confirm the area of the acoustic signals as the final resting place of MH370.”
MH370 is believed to have crashed into the southern Indian Ocean but despite a massive air and sea and underwater search, no sign of any wreckage has yet been found.
While the aerial and sea surface searches have been scaled down, the operation is moving to the next phase, which will involve using sophisticated equipment to scan the unmapped ocean bed. — AFP

Published: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 4:02:00 PM
Updated: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 4:46:50 PM

MAS: May 28 'shutdown' false, it's business as usual

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has refuted a news report stating that the national carrier will be shutting down operations on May 28. 
In postings on the airline’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts on Thursday, MAS released a statement by the group’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ahmad Jauhari Yahya denying the claim. 
“We are running business as usual, and passengers should not worry,” he was quoted as saying. 
MAS commented that the article perpetuating the rumours were based from unofficial sources and had caused anxiety among its passengers. 
MAS also said it was striving to increase competition by having a greater marketing push. 
“The current Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF) allows travellers to purchase our tickets at 50% off for immediate travel until 31 December 2014,” added Jauhari.
MAS has seen a troubled few years, with unending financial problems and worldwide scrutiny following MH370’s disappearance in the South Indian Ocean on March 8.

Published: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 7:34:00 PM
Updated: Thursday May 22, 2014 MYT 7:35:26 PM

MH370: MAS never told to only communicate through lawyers, claims Nufam

SUBANG JAYA: The National Union of Flight Attendants (Nufam) has denied that Chicago-based law firm Ribbeck Law Chartered had directed Malaysia Airlines (MAS) not to communicate directly with the families of crewmembers aboard missing flight MH370.
Its president, Ismail Nasaruddin, also claimed MAS has done little to support the families, during a press conference with the five of the families concerned at the Empire Hotel here on Thursday evening.
"You can't blame the families members for getting legal representation, it is their right as far as we are concerned," he said, adding MAS had to take responsibility as an employer and provide aid to the families concerned.
Ismail also said they had not received form of monetary help as promised by MAS and Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin, besides their spouse's regular salaries.
"We are upset that MAS has not been taking care of the families of their employees to the best of their abilities," he said, adding there were now six single mothers from among the crewmembers' families.
Nufam announced that it would organise a charity dinner to raise money for the crewmembers' families in Empire Hotel Subang on June 7, 7pm.
"The families and the Transport Ministry have given their blessing, and we hope this will kick start other charitable movements to support the families as well," Ismail said.
Those who wish to donate to the crewmembers' families can do so to Public Bank account 6330386721.