The “Search” for Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 Finally Called Off… nothing found (because it’s in the South China Sea where it’s always been)

by Scott Creighton

Flight 370: Search in South China Sea Called Off – The Story of the Immaculate Aviation Takes Shape March 2014

As the story of the downed Flight MH370 developed, as the official mythology of the “ping path” unfolded taking it further and further south, well away from the location in the South China Sea where it suddenly dropped off the radar and where a witness said he saw a plane in the distance burning and crashing into the sea, I wrote repeatedly that they would never find Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 and it would be the first time in history a commercial airliner disappeared without a trace.

That’s just officially happened.

“The deep-sea search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 ended on Tuesday without any trace being found of the plane that vanished in 2014 with 239 people on board, the three countries involved in the search said.

The location of Flight MH370 has become one of the world’s greatest aviation mysteries since the plane disappeared en route to Beijing from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.” Reuters

That plane went down in the extremely shallow waters of the South China Sea that night and as it just so happens, two U.S. cruise missile destroyers were in the area conducting war-games at that same time. A mysterious radar blip was also seen in the area making a bee-line for RMAF Butterworth Air Force Base  right after the flight went off the radar which led some to believe it was taken out by an air-to-air missile fired by that fighter. Either theory is 100 times more probable than the stealth airliner piloted by a suicidal co-pilot turning off all tracking devices on the plane (which is impossible) and vanishing without a trace in the Indian Ocean.

Sunda Shelf, stable continental shelf, or platform, a southward extension of mainland Southeast Asia. Most of the platform is covered by shallow seas—including the southern South China Sea, the Gulf of Thailand, and the Java Sea—with depths averaging less than 330 feet (100 metres). source

south china sea map

That’s where MH370 is. The narratives of suicidal pilots and British companies and their “ping path” were crafted to avoid creating more hostilities toward the U.S. in the region as President Peace Prize “Pivot(ed) to Asia”

All too often there are people who end up as collateral damage in the globalist’s rush for hegemony across the world. As far as the victims on the flight are concerned, in this case I believe we are talking about an accident pure and simple. Something like TWA Flight 800 for example. They were only “victims” in the sense that a military force was there training in the first place as opposed to some malicious decision to harm civilians on that plane.

Their surviving family members however are not in the same category. They are victims of a deliberate decision to leave them without closure in perpetuity because it serves the “greater good” of our globalist “national interests”

In July of 2016 when they announced they would call off the search sometime last year, I wrote about my prediction that they would never find the plane “(b)eing right has never left me feeling so empty inside,” and I think I couldn’t put it any better right now if I tried.

On March 19th of 2014 I wrote this:

The “We Will Never Find Flight 370” Meme Has Begun

“Yeah, they’ve already started with the “what if” we don’t find Flight 370. Notice the scribe who penned this little offering tries to normalize the possibility by mentioning Amelia Earhart, the Bermuda Triangle and that Argentine military plane from 1965.

Never once does he mention the FACT that no commercial airliner has ever gone missing for as long as Flight 370 has and NEVER gone missing forever.

But that won’t stop the official conspiracy theory…”

They were never going to find Flight 370 because they couldn’t. Too many Chinese citizens on board for China to be denied a peek at the wreckage which would undoubtedly contain evidence of what actually brought it down. Not only would our military presence in the area be called into question by citizens from all the nations surrounding the South China Sea, but our dishonesty would have been exposed as well and in the battle for the “hearts and minds” of the average Asian in the area, China would have immediately benefited tremendously.

So, Flight MH370’s fate was sealed the moment that trigger was pulled as were those of the victims and those who cared for them.

The search in the wrong place was originally estimated to cost $60 million but ended up costing $145 million. It was privatized of course and they used ocean floor mapping equipment, I believe in order to map uncharted depths off the coast of Australia so they could give that data to Big Oil so they could use it to search for resources.

Never let a good crisis go to waste, right?

Does anyone remember when CNN showed a picture of what they said “might” be a part of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 floating in the Indian Ocean garbage patch?


Anyone ever seen flammable, oil-stained pallets like this one loaded onto a modern passenger airliner? No? Me neither. But that’s CNN for you. They ran fake news stories about this missing flight non-stop for 5 months.

“May you live in interesting times” the saying goes and we live in some pretty interesting times don’t we? Skyscrapers collapse in heaps due to office fires, magic bullets change direction in mid-air and for the first time ever a commercial airliners disappears forever without a trace.

The term “fake news” doesn’t even begin to cover it.

Below you will find some links to a few of the articles I wrote about it at the time while I was researching the event. My heart goes out to the families and loved ones on board that flight.

That’s just a sampling of the work I did covering this horrible tragedy. Again, my heart goes out to the family members of the victims of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. My hope is that one day some brave whistle-blower comes forward and provides you all with the closure you deserve.

11 Responses

  1. I remember reading that several patent holders of a new technology for batteries I think it was were on the plane and the remaining patent holder is a Rothschild…is that something you have any info on and if it is true do you see it as a possibly mitigating circumstance?

    • i did no research on that and it is possible. I heard about it a while ago and wondered, but seems to me the Rothchilds probably have a stake in a million patents, don’t you think? and it’s probably a whole lot cheaper to buy those three off than hire a military to take out a passenger airliner and then make sure they have all the politicians paid off to keep it under wraps. but then again, I don’t know. could be something to it but in the end my final opinion was a mistaken shoot down covered up to protect a global agenda in the region. sometimes the simplest solutions are the best.

  2. The moment you reached that horrible conclusion three years ago, Scott, I knew it was the truth 😦

    Like you said, it sucks being right when it comes to a lot of events. There is no limit to depravaity as far as the free market and its cult are concerned…

    • they express that every single day and yes, they are a by definition a cult. it’s kinda like Scientology when you think about it. we’re supposed to believe they worship some Xenu alien and worry about thetons invading their precious bodily fluids? its a joke. they worship Mammon just like the Randian free-marketeers and they sicken me sometimes.

  3. Some of those people on that plane were probably in the water and hanging onto something while waiting for rescue….. and they were ignored. ? too terrible to think about.

  4. The South China Sea is so sensitive and contested that the US military would find it politically disastrous to admit that it accidentally killed 239 people on Flt 370. No doubt the US military collected all the debris and bodies, and buried them in a secure area.

    Surviving family members are naturally upset. In their anguish they cling to whatever morsel of information they can get, no matter how obviously false. The more absurd the lies, the more the survivors cling to them. Indeed they defend their morsels by denouncing truth-tellers (like Scott) as “insensitive” and “conspiracy theorists.”

    Meanwhile the masses sustain the lies via apathy. This is normal. Throughout human history, including today, all societies everywhere (no exceptions) have rested on a base of lies. A large part of any human culture (no exceptions) consists of lies, plus taboos against exposing the lies, or even mentioning the lies. All societies (no exceptions) entail various manifestations of “the emperor’s new clothes.” Societies only vary in the depth of their depravity, and the intensity of their brutality. To paraphrase Nietzsche, “Madness in individuals is rare, but among societies it is the rule.”

    The engine of the madness is lies; i.e. cognitive dissonance. Senator Roark explains…

  5. Two possible ties to the present arise because China must know good and well what happened, as they presumably monitor the naval exercises of other nations as do most large powers. If so, perhaps that explains the recent headline from China about standing up to the US. The sadder implication, however, could be that the sinking was a message and the Chinese capitulation is complete. Now it’s on to the next theatrical show!

  6. The thing about those waters is, not only are they shallow, but they are often incredibly clear as well. You can sit on the deck and see the hook in the water 15 fathoms below.
    So, an airplane, in water that clear, and that shallow? It would be impossible to miss if you knew even the general location of the wreck. Don’t go looking for it, though. You probably won’t come back.

  7. I thought that the plane was electronically hi-jacked and flown to a remote military base.

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