By Walid Shoebat
No one should fully trust official reports, especially when it comes to air travel. In this report we will examine several incidents that confirm; the system is impossible to trust anymore.
Lets examine the latest reports first. Thomson Airways confirmed that a missile approached flight TOM 476 on 23rd August 2015 while it was approaching to land at Sharm el Sheikh, the same area where the downed Russian plane was blown out of the sky:
“The first officer was in charge at the time but the pilot was in the cockpit and saw the rocket coming towards the plane.”
“After reviewing the details of the case, the investigation concluded that there was no cause for concern and it was safe to continue our flying programme to Sharm el Sheikh.”
No one knew of the missile incident in August until now. So should we always trust officials? Also, the official report that it ‘was safe to continue on flying programs to Sharm el Sheikh’ was also completely false since Metrojet flight 9268 fell off the sky in that “safe zone” area. Now every single airline is avoiding it.
The key for travel safety for business travelers and tourists is simple. Think of the world as the sea filled with sharks. We have out of some 400 species of shark, only three species account for more than 50% of reported shark attacks on humans, the great white shark (Islamists), the tiger shark (drug cartels) and the bull shark (liberal infested areas that creates much crime). Avoid these and your chances of getting hurt diminishes dramatically. Also, never listen to politicians for they will at times defend the killer shark not because they love it, but because exposing it also exposes their love for power: sharks help them climb up the ladder while they bite everyone else.
This week U.S. intel suggests ISIS bomb brought down the Metrojet flight 9268. However, Egyptian Civil Aviation Minister Hossam Kamel said it’s too early to make that suggestion. “Regarding the hypothesis of having brought down the plane through an internal explosion, the investigation committee has not found any evidence or data that would confirm this hypothesis,” he said.
Keep in mind, they are doing the investigation, not the U.S., a bomb or a missile are both likely options.
Initially when the plane crashed ISIS claimed they downed the jet. Yet all the reports of ISIS downing the jet was completely ruled out by Russia. As it turns out these reports are likely false if it turns out that ISIS downed the jet which today we know is very likely as we initially reported on October 31st. We guessed correctly that all the reports that said ISIS did not bring the jet down were false. Probabilities with ISIS’s hate for Egypt, Russia and the fact that it occurred over the ISIS great white sharks infested Sinai makes a terrorist act becomes highly probable.
Now the reports tells us that while there’s a visible security presence at Sharm El Sheikh, some who have traveled through there have said security appears lax and that equipment at times were not even used to screen luggage.
Fact is, that if Muslim great white shark terrorists want to down a jet, all these systems are obsolete since I have watched footage made by official U.S. intelligence which I was shown by one official source that a pen can be equipped with enough explosives that no scanning machine or even K-9 can detect that will bring down a jet. All the scanning machines and TSA’s fondling our bodies are all just for show and adds to the frustration some psychological comfort.
And it not like we did not have a good share of jets coming down lately. QZ8501, which disappeared on 28 December 2014, crashed into the Java Sea off Borneo. And what is the official report?
“It is unlikely that Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 exploded in mid-air” and the Indonesian national transportation safety committee has so far shed little light on what caused the flight to crash, or what occurred in the moments before the tragedy.
So what we are left with is not what comes out of ‘official reports’ but from what we gather from reliable sources which are alarming.
“It is as if we can feel them… Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar were the last words said before they died” says Nurcahyo Utomo, who has been an aviation investigator for almost two decades as he listened to the black box recording. In January 14th we reported:
“Call me an Islamophobe, but when I research 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 and like the pilot on the other missing flight MH370 are both devout Muslims, 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.”
I was hailed with storms of vitriol for my expose yet no one can yet refute our assumption or can anyone deny that Masjid Nurul Yaqin mosque where the pilot was a major member and leader is connected with Hizbut Tahrir, a major terrorist organization that wants to establish an Islamic caliphate in Indonesia and Malaysia.
From Indonesian sources, I also find 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?
Then we have Zaharie Ahmad Shah the captain of the other missing flight MH370 had his co-pilot also another Muslim Faruq Abdul Hamid, 27. This should make any traveller triply paranoid.
Being just paranoid and pilots just being very devout Muslims is not 100% conclusive evidence, but when one adds the scenarios of past history, it changes the probabilities dramatically. When the first plane hit the first tower on 9-11, the TV said “it was a terrible accident” and in march Flight MH370 vanished and they also said that this was a “terrible accident,” yet when the second plane hit the other tower on 9/11, 2001, the TV instantly said that, “it was definitely a terrorist attack” and now that when flight QZ8501 also vanished adding these latest reports from Egypt, should not our paranoia and phobia levels be a bit up to think that “Muslim sharks” are infesting the waters?
If Iriyanto’s religion and his “Allahu Akbar” turns out to be relevant, so too will the religion of his nation which is infested by great white sharks. There have been at least two mass murder / suicides perpetrated by a commercial airline pilots that were investigated by both the U.S. and Muslim countries. The first occurred after the crash of Singapore’s Silk Air Flight 185 on December 19, 1997 and Egypt Air Flight 990 on October 31, 1999. In both cases, the U.S. authorities concluded pilot suicide and investigators with the Muslim countries concluded otherwise. This was not our view, it was the views of the experts on these crashes. To read our analysis and reports from top experts in more detail read More Muslims Are Going To Be Hijacking Planes And Crashing Them And Butchering Thousands, If We Do Not Ban Islam
And this week, south Sudanese authorities said technical failure was the most likely cause of Wednesday’s cargo-plane crash in the capital that killed at least 36 people.
“The government has completely ruled out any acts of terrorism,” presidential spokesman Ateny Wek Ateny said Thursday by phone from the capital, Juba. The “investigation is going on and the Ministry of Transport has sent experts to the scene.”
Should we trust these reports, especially when many other reports are still held secret and there is much denial?
When it comes to air travel safety we ask: why is it always code red only after the mayhem? Since when do terrorists send threats to any jet they intend to bring down? It is said that if a dog barks it usually does not bite. Likewise, when it comes to the threat against commercial flights, it is always code red (right after the attack) when it was code orange just before the attack. Shouldn’t we always be under code “red”?
Yet Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs advises Irish citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to Egypt. This happened only after the fact. This alone refutes the idea that the system is looking out for you.
And if one desires to spend a couple of hours to see how unsafe it really is, that Muslim white sharks do bring down jets and the system covers it up watch here reports from the most reliable sources ever.
When it comes to the Metrojet flight 9268, what no one has fully debunked is the video ISIS provided in which critics never completely discounted and failed to show where did this footage come from? This is an important issue.
At times it is not White Sharks that bring a commercial jets down, a Bull Shark (a liberal homosexual) can also bite as we see in the case of Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who crashed the Germanwings Flight 9525 passenger plane into the Alps on March 24th this year. Can anyone name us a Christian who deliberately brought a jet down?
When it comes to Metrojet Flight 9268 in the Sinai no one produced a similar video that was taken in the past. On October 31, Shoebat.com reported that a missile was the plausible conclusion. And besides the UK supporting that an explosion is plausible, now a “U.S. military satellite detected a midair heat flash from the Russian airliner before the plane crashed Saturday, a U.S. official told CNN.” CNN adds:
Intelligence analysis has ruled out that the Russian commercial airplane was struck by a missile, but the new information suggests that there was a catastrophic in-flight event — including possibly a bomb, though experts are considering other explanations, according to U.S. officials.
So far we were correct and the more evidence we gain it reveals that our reports are very plausible. Cockpit recordings reveal “sounds uncharacteristic of routine flight,” according to a report from the Interfax news agency quoting officials in Cairo who say they have heard audio recordings from the Airbus 321’s cockpit voice recorders and that the transcript indicated that the conversation was routine until the “sounds uncharacteristic of routine flight” were heard.
To add to our report, the Russian news agency Tass reported that “elements that were not part of the plane” were found at the crash site,” and that those elements had been “sent for analysis.”
It all seems to add up and according to the Associated Press, Alexander Smirnov, deputy general director of the airline, Kogalymavia (the legally incorporated name of Metrojet) said Monday, “We rule out a technical fault of the plane or a pilot error. The only possible explanation could be an external impact on the airplane.”
The “only possible explanation” is “an external impact” which (if true) would indicate a missile or a bomb.
Taking the video produced by ISIS and breaking it into frames reveals that this is a likely case. Although the video quality is poor, breaking it into frames reveals that the frame upon that “impact” (see frame #2 below) shows an incoming under the plane.
Not all missiles show a trace. In a following different footage, one can notice the missile at 1:30 appears as a shadow approaching the craft and the strike is hardly noticeable (see 1:30):
So now that an impact on the plane is becoming obvious, what happens to the so-called ‘experts’?
This might cause some laughter. Steve Chadwick OBE, a former RAF commander with 26 years experience, has said the video not only shows the wrong type of plane, but also the wrong kind of fire.
He told Mirror Online: “It’s laughable that they might claim that is an Airbus 321. That is not an Airbus.”
“Even though the footage is very grainy that is an aircraft with the engines under the tail.”
“If the engine was on fire it would be coming from under the wing.”
Mr Chadwick believes the plane in the footage could be Ilyushin-62, the Russian version of the VC10, a legacy aircraft from the 1960s still in use.
The ex-pilot also refuted any claims the footage shows a plane hit by a missile or that the footage was even taken from the ground.
He said: “If that was hit with a surface-to-air missile it would obliterate it. It would disintegrate it and you would be looking at confetti. It’s just smoking.”
“What they’ve done is they’ve found [footage of] a plane with an engine fire.
“That’s air-to-air footage, it’s an aircraft following at a similar speed.”
These who laughed deserve to be laughed at.
Journalist Rob McDonagh told Mirror Online: “There are number of reasons we think it is not authentic; first of all, the plane started descending rapidly from about 33,000 feet.
“This plane appears to have been filmed flying at a much lower altitude.”
He continued: “Secondly, the video was not circulated in the usual manner; it was not posted to Telegram, the anonymous app, in the same way as previous IS videos, and it was not posted on the IS website.
“Finally, though the branding is similar to previous Wilayat Sinai videos, it is not exactly right.
“The logo, for example, does not appear throughout the videos, as is common.”
Was that ‘expert’ correct? No.
All this seems to somewhat add plausibility on what we presumed on October 31 “ISIS Amaq agency claimed that ISIS downed the Russian airliner and produced two videos that show footage of a downed civilian aircraft”:
— غريب (@iq2015_bgd) October 31, 2015
While no one has verified the source of the video, especially that on October 31, we proved there were contradictions in the initial report showing that someone is lying:
So which source do we believe in this case: the media or ISIS? Well, Fox news reveals that the official news is mired in contradictions:
Ayman al-Muqadem, an Egyptian official with the government’s Aviation Incidents Committee, said the plane’s pilot, before losing contact, had radioed that the aircraft was experiencing technical problems and that he intended to try and land at the nearest airport. The aircraft crashed at a site near the el-Arish airport, he said.
Fox then says: “It was not immediately possible to independently confirm that technical problems caused the plane to crash.” And then a complete contradiction:
Earlier, al-Muqadem told local media that the plane had briefly lost contact but was safely in Turkish airspace.
And what are we to think of these arguments against the missile theory that “ISIS are not known to possess weapons that could bring down an airliner flying at high altitude.” However, the surprise comes when we find that SA-8 GECKO (9K33 Osa) was part of Libya’s stockpiles and these were used to down a cargo plane around Damascus by Syrian rebels last year which is highly mobile and has the range of 40,000 feet, well within distance of the reported height (36,000 ft).
Libya is next door to Egypt. “Libya possesses one of the most robust air defense networks on the African continent, falling second only to Egypt in terms of coverage and operational systems.”
And it is not unusual to have these missiles easily transported from Libya to the Sinai as one report reveals:
Egyptian Interior Ministry officials acknowledged on Thursday that they had arrested five small groups of smugglers transporting weapons from Libya, including antiaircraft missile launchers, across Egypt toward its border with Israel, raising new concerns about security in the Sinai Peninsula.
Israeli government officials said as early as July that troves of Libyan antiaircraft missiles, rocket-propelled grenades and other weapons were being smuggled by land across Egypt into the neighboring Gaza Strip, thePalestinian territory that is under the control of the militant group Hamas.
Then we have the eyewitness account which do seem to corroborate the ISIS reported footage. Eyewitnesses reported one engine on fire as it went down, according to a report in Masry Al-Youm, an Egyptian newspaper. A website called Flightradar24, which tracks air traffic around the globe, said the plane had been descending at a rate of 6,000 feet per minute just before it disappeared from radar.
Whether or not the video is old footage or staged productions has not been ruled out but heat seeking missiles usually hit one engine which leaves only 30% chance of landing safely. No agency has proved the footage to being fabricated and ISIS does infest the Sinai which makes their report plausible, especially when we see the official reporting contradictory including the claims that terrorists only have simple low range stingers is no longer the case as evidence reveals.
The problem with aviation safety and shark infested waters is simple: politics.