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TIDBIT: ANOTHER TAKE ON THE AIRLINE DISASTER: INSURANCE

And then there's this interesting post on the Air Asia disaster over at Godllike productions, for yet another theory on what's behind it all:

UPDATED: The $2.25 billion dollar reason for the mysterious plane disappearances: Insurance Scam 101

(Our thanks to Mr. E.C. for sharing this article)

Now, you'll note that the insurance angle does have some teeth to it, rather like the same angle with the bankster deaths, but that it does not explain everything, for it implies some sort of deliberate action, but therewith, the technology to cause such "incidents", from "simple" technologies of remote controlled highjacking, to more complex technologies of weather manipulation.

4 thoughts on “TIDBIT: ANOTHER TAKE ON THE AIRLINE DISASTER: INSURANCE”

  1. If this insurance fraud story is true remember folks the Malaysian kleptocrats are only the small fish in this universe of corruption. With the 9/11 connection who knows what else is being commodified as death-murder profits.

    1. My thoughts exactly, Marcos. If I were the OP, I would focus on finding out as much as I possibly could about the Malaysian players.

      Organizations or entities that are in possession of technology that can “dustify” steel superstructure, make the earth quake, cause tsunamis, and vanish a commercial airliner from the face of the planet would hardly need to bother with such Byzantine white-collar insurance fraud.

      But even dismissing the use of hypothetical weapons and focusing on the merely ‘conventionally exotic’ such as UAV tech or SAM sites changes nothing, the Pentagon spends (or did, on average, during 2014) 1.5 billion dollars…A DAY. While I don’t doubt that insurance may be one level to this, I think it is likely only the very lowest. Possibly it was bribery to coerce logistical cooperation on the part of the airlines to make sure the “right” plane was in the “right” place at the “right” time, as well as hush money to make sure there were friends on the inside to aid in the cover up and keep their mouths firmly shut. Possibly it was even a double cross so these Malaysians could take the fall for the crashes and disappearances.

      Wheels within wheels.

  2. what better way to introduce a new airfreight insurance tax…after 911, my business got hit with a doubling of insurance rates. I was incredulous with my broker that i was pooled in a different country with vultures. It got so bad being a bus owner in the workers paradise the bancksters were charging 3 percent to deposit cash, (also they would scoop a percentage claiming forgered bank notes which i attempted to subvert by depositing in person, too no avail) which worked out to an extra 100 bucks just to pay rent by check, which of course they bounced incurring a bounty of ..ahem service charges. Which was why I started using money orders. Some month the service charges were hitting almost a thousand dollars…..ah well so much for entrepreneurs (the good guys) ever entering the “official” version of the game again.

  3. I think there is a rather long history in insurance fraud in shipping. Shipping accidents tend to be off the public radar (unless passenger vessels are involved but most world traffic is now cargo and tankers). But whether by sea or by air, we come up against maritime law…

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