The last couple of weeks have seen yet more interest in the mystery of Malaysia Air flight 370, and its still strange disappearance, with the discovery of allaged wreckage on the French island of Reunion. Well, now there is more debris washing up in the Maldives, northeast of Reunion island(this article courtesy of Ms. B.H):

Has MH370 debris washed up in the Maldives? Investigators examine items found where locals say they 'saw a low-flying jet' on the day the plane vanished

But... if you're reading closely, you'll have noticed a potential problem:

A photograph of one of the large pieces of metal found near the Banyan Tree resort on Vabbinfaru island bears a striking resemblance to the barnacle-covered wing part that washed up on Reunion island in July, a distance of 2,000 miles from the Maldives.

Maldives resident Mohamed Wafir, who posted the original photographs to Facebook, claimed that they were found on May 31.
(Emphasis added)

Now, in today's internet age, the fact that the Maldives debris was apparently known as early as the end of May, and is just now making the mainstream media, raises my suspicion meter into the red zone once again, for it prompts the obvious question, why is this only coming out now? My high octane suspicion and speculation remains what it was when the Reunion debris was reported: someone does not want the MH 370 story to go away, for whatever reason.

As the Daily Mail article also notes, there were apparently eyewitnesses in the Maldives who reported a low flying aircrat with markings similar to Malaysia air flying over their island the day of the flight's disappearance:

Islanders on a remote Maldives atoll have been insisting for months that they saw a large jet with the red stripe of Malaysia Airlines jets, flying low overhead on the morning MH370 lost contact - a phenomenon they had not witnessed before.

But their reports were dismissed by their own government as attention turned to a search area some 2,000 miles south west of Australia.

The recovery of a wing flap bearing a maintenance code number that matches Boeing 777 aircraft has led to increasing excitement that the first clue has been found indicating that the missing jet had crashed into the Indian Ocean and not in the Gulf of Thailand or the Bay of Bengal.

Maldive islanders have claimed that they of saw a low-flying aircraft head away from them in a south-westerly direction - towards Mauritius and La Reunion.

Ocean currents swirling in an anticlockwise direction, experts agreed, could have carried any debris from an aircraft crashing in the Maldives to the coast of La Reunion, where the wing part was found

All of this raises yet another question, namely, why was the crash site off Australia promoted in the first place, if there was significant indication, as there now appears to be, of a catastrophic even much rather away, near the Maldives?
As I suggested when the Reunion debris story first surfaced, it appears that someone very definitely does not want the story to go away, and the question now becomes: why? A partial answer may be implicated in the varioous conspiracy theories surrounding the flight, which the Daily Mail partially enumerates:
  1. the pilot hijacked his own plane;
  2. the co-pilot hijacked the plane;
  3. Vladimir Putin ordered the plane hijacked and flown to Baikonur cosmodrome;
  4. it was hijacked for a potential suicide attack on Chinese Navy ships in the region;
  5. the flight made a water born landing (no real conspiracy theory here);
  6. the USA shot the flight down fearing a terrorist attack on Diego Garcia.

While the Daily Mail points out the obvious flaws in these theories,I'd like to add that my own iniitial observations on the late Ms. George Ann Hughes' The Byte Show pointed out that the various theories like this would have been exposed by the other players in the story: if China suspected some sort of operation against it, particularly by the USA, it would have stated such; similarly, if the USA had suspected terrorist plots againist Diego Garcia, it would have had other means of averting the flight than shooting it down; and most importantly, if it had suspected Mr. Putin as having ordered the diversion to Kazakstan, the USA would have been shouting this from the rooftops.

So with the apparent discovery of more wreckage that could be from flight 370, we are chin to chin with the whole mystery once again, and now, this mystery must be plausibly explained. And yet, no one is stepping forward, in the light of this new evidence, to investigate the story.

And that may be what is behind the debris: the story now will not go away, and a narrative is going to have to be discovered from the evidence, or created in spite of it. And in either case, those preparing it know that it will be picked over by researchers.

Between you, me, and the doorpost(as my mother used to say), I suspect that once any narrative is agreed upon, that the mystery is only going to be enhanced. Why do I say this? Well, again, between you, me, and the doorpost, if one looks at the pictures thus far released of the debris, the debris does not seem to show evidence of sheer stresses such as one would expect of crash landings(unless there are pictures I have not seen), nor (as yet) any signs of shootdown. And that again, raises all sorts of question marks.

And, as if to emphasize those question marks, Malaysia is denying that the Maldives debris is from flight 370, while it affirms the Reunion debris is(our thanks to Mr. T.M. for sharing this article):

Malaysia says most of the debris found in Maldives not from plane; unclear if all examined

You'll note, that while the Maldives had eyewitnesses to a low-flying aircraft, Malaysia insists the Maldives wreckage is not from flight 370, but insists that the Reunion debris is from 370, while France has after two weeks yet to make a determination.

Looks like we might have to wait a bit for that "agreed upon narrative" folks. With all the geopolitical actors on the stage, if any one of them suspected the foul play of another as being involved, there would seem to be a curious silence of mutual denunciations in the media. And perhaps that means my "extraordinary disappearance theory" may not yet have "extraordinarily disappeared." Time will tell.

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. basta on August 17, 2015 at 8:58 am

    I was pondering this post on MH 370 and in the end I thik the answer is simple: What goverment has the ability to make a plane “vanish,” and can control the media and strong-arm other governments so that no one dare call them out about it?

    There’s your answer, folks.

    • DanaThomas on August 17, 2015 at 10:19 am

      Maybe whoever, or whatever, is involved or suspected to be involved with this is NOT a government. THAT would certainly worry any government.

      • basta on August 17, 2015 at 11:45 am

        Hi Dana,

        I just had this mini moment of insight, cutting through all the layers of obfuscation and speculation, and thought about MH 370 in the most basic terms, asking: Well, who can make a plane disappear, and not have enyone rat on them? Applying Occam’s Razor to the question, if you will, though I find that a tired and overtaxeed metaphor.

        In short, I’m trying to discover the most likely scenario based on the most basic and obvious questions, knowning that in today’s world of nonstop surveillance, airliners simply don’t vanish. They are always monitored, by sophisticated systems far beyond what the general public imagines. So, if this plane “vanished,” who can make that happen?

        Though there are lots of weird things going on, I’ll grant you, I don’t think MH 370 falls into the Twilight Zone in the least. I think a relatively large number of people who know a lot of secrets know what happened to it, and are keeping mum. In short, it is a classic conspiracy.

    • goshawks on August 17, 2015 at 12:48 pm

      basta, sublime. Are you talking more about the visible ‘players’, or more along the line of the quote below?

      “Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
      ~Woodrow Wilson – In his book entitled “The New Freedom” (1913)

  2. Button on August 16, 2015 at 10:17 pm

    I’ve long entertained the suspicion that MH370 was actually the victim of a plot by the international Reality Television cabal to resuscitate the dying industry. Once it became clear that audiences were turning to YouTube and the unedited, uncensored wit and excitement of college beefcake launching incendiaries from bodily orifices and 30 something desperate housewives giving their sage opinions on the failure of the Magna Carter to include a greater focus on the plight of medieval suffragettes instead of the harrowing exploits and adventurous hi-jinks of Harold the HVAC technician and amateur cellist, desperate measures were called for.

    Using Indonesian connections made during the the globetrotter era of Reality TV and handshake agreements with Intel agents who promised to divert any legitimate investigations into the disaster and provide some tech consulting in return for a piece of the pie, a scheme was hatched. The genre itself would be reinvented by making air travel a terrifying, unpredictable journey into the abyss; thus, “Real Lives of the NTSB” would be born.

    Series episodes would focus on the gruesome, mangled bodies of crash victims and the ponytailed, tattooed ex-bodybuilder and coke dealer David who, having been given a second chance at life, wanted to give back and be an NTSB agent. Sub arcs would focus on his alcoholism and marital problems due to the stress of his job, his love of cooking non-GMOrganic French peasant dishes in his spare time, his kids’ meth habits and teen pregnancy, and his long standing bureaucratic and personal antagonism with his obese supervisor Bill, as well as the constant, unreleased sexual tension between him and a female Lufthansa pilot named Else.

    • Frankie Calcutta on August 17, 2015 at 2:34 am

      Button, I think you might be on to something. In the least, you would make an excellent tv executive.

  3. goshawks on August 16, 2015 at 5:07 pm

    The MH370 ‘wreckage’ cannot be judged in isolation. Other facts must be considered:

    First, MH370 made a U-turn shortly after disappearing from civilian – not military – radar. The transponder ceased operating, but the ‘skin paint’ reflection was tracked SW in a straight line until out of range of the military radar. Second, Maldives eyewitnesses saw a low-flying, large aircraft in Malaysian Airlines paint-job heading south. There is an ex-British airbase at the southern tip of the Maldives (an interesting scenario that no-one examines), but the only other ‘destination’ in roughly that direction is Diego Garcia.

    Now, if a highjacked airliner was making a ‘run’ at Diego Garcia and the US had to shoot it down, the US government would have splashed (sorry) that info around the world. It would have been turned into an anti-terrorist propaganda campaign. But, nothing of the sort happened. (Plus, the US has refused to release any radar or other info on MH370’s track…)

    Putting all the above together, MH370 is placed within ~700 miles of Diego Garcia and headed roughly in its direction. A great deal of planning must have been done to get it there. A plausible scenario is that MH370 just continued on to Diego Garcia, landed (whether by a pilot or by automation), and was whisked into a hangar. I suspect it was refueled and immediately flown-off, with or without the passengers. A 777 is a big asset to just be crashed into the sea (from DG), so I lean to the side that it was flown somewhere and ‘stored’.

    (The fact that the “Daily Mail” – being an ‘owned’ media outlet – omits the Diego Garcia landing scenario IN ITS ENTIRETY is an extra ‘tidbit’ of information.)

    So, I would judge all actions/reactions to the ‘wreckage’ within that overall knowledge…

  4. DownunderET on August 16, 2015 at 2:44 pm

    To “POOF” or not to “POOF”, that is the question. This one will hang around just like flight 19 over the Caribbean all those years ago. And now the twig of speculation is carrying some heavy weight over this just unbelievable event. How can a modern airliner in 2014 go undetected with all the wizz bang radar and satellite technology covering every inch of the planet????
    How do you get a Boeing 777 to disappear?, well maybe, just maybe, you have a technology to do that, because in my opinion, that’s what happened, in other words the plane was “taken out”.

  5. LSM on August 16, 2015 at 11:54 am

    according to German MSM news sources (as if one can trust them) the Malaysian gov’t immediately admitted the recovered plane wreckage was from flight 37O (!?) even before the so-called French investigation was completed (as if the French investigation even started)-

    now to confuse matters even worse:

  6. RobertRister on August 16, 2015 at 10:22 am

    My personal theory is the plane was a demonstration of the power of a laser weapon, small enough to be concealed on any of thousands of vessels in the South China Sea, the message directed at China. That the hapless target of the weapon was Malaysian had more to do with counting on a slow or no military response. The downing of a second Malaysian airliner could have been a red herring.

  7. Guygrr on August 16, 2015 at 10:12 am

    I’m with you on the poof theory, but maybe pieces of the plane are returning from wherever they went poof to. Jed’s find about the two points, both of the disappearance and the search efforts, being on precise nodal points of the grid was interesting.

  8. Robert Barricklow on August 16, 2015 at 9:45 am

    Napoleon said that history was an agreed upon fable.
    Now it’s a souped-up psyche-op operation continually being upgraded/tested for mass acceptance of folly. We have entered an age of folly-for all “our” facebooking & the tweeting tweedle-dee-tweets of the twiterrati-we can’t wake up from.

  9. marcos toledo on August 16, 2015 at 9:33 am

    Are these stories of MH370 debris are they someone idea of a sick joke. Or as I a written before someone sending the World a coded message there is more to this story than meets eye and the truth will win out in the end.

  10. Frankie Calcutta on August 16, 2015 at 9:32 am

    It seems like the initial plane wreckage on the French territory was an olive branch from the banksters to the Breakaway Civilization. In effect saying: let’s bury the hatchet and have a “reunion.” Let us not allow our sometimes differing geopolitical agendas (Iran and the Ukraine) get in the way of our mutual long term agendas of total global enslavement and the eventual ransacking of the solar system and beyond. We will forgive you for foiling our false flag, if you will not encroach on our financial ponzi schemes and pilfer our ill-gotten gains to finance your nefarious black projects. Unfortunately for the banksters, the Breakaway Civilization has rejected the Reunion Island olive branch and have instead strewn some new wreckage in the Maldives making closure on this attempted false flag currently impossible and the temporary schism between the two sinister powers unmended.

    • Frankie Calcutta on August 16, 2015 at 9:37 am

      Timeline of the post- MH370 banister-breakaway civilization rift:

      — Several weeks later Breakaway Civilization spokesman Barack Obama announces in Nazi International outpost Brussels the possibility of a “terrorist” nuke going off in Manhattan. A veiled threat: repercussions of a bankster false flag to trigger war with Iran.

      –tit for tat retaliatory “Islamic terror” strikes in Brussels the same year.. One on a Jewish museum and one attempted on EU headquarters.

      –anti spying bill makes its way through US Congress. A desperate attempt by the banksters to curb Breakaway Civilization spying on their false flag plans and meddling in their financial markets.

      — Another Malaysian plane goes down mysteriously in Ukraine.

      — The Breakaway Civilization’s El Qaida forces intensify their disruption of Iraqi oil production thereby denying the banksters’ ISIS forces funding.

      –The banksters ISIS forces move into Afghanistan and begin to disrupt and commandeer heroin production. Thereby denying the Breakaway Civilization’s El Qaida mercenaries funding.

  11. loisg on August 16, 2015 at 9:22 am

    This case just gets curiouser and curiouser. If the plane went “poof” and the major countries suspect that, then would they want this story to stay in the news? I’m wondering who would benefit from that and how that benefit would manifest. It doesn’t seem that it’s any of the conspiracy theorists since there’s no reference to anything in the news releases to any specific theory.
    The fact that this supposed debris is coming ashore so far from the initial search sites is going to raise questions in people’s minds about how they could have been so wrong to begin with, and therefore there will probably be more conspiracy theories concerning that mistake.

  12. unclejed on August 16, 2015 at 5:57 am

    Then there is this article that compares the Maldives wreckage to a Varial Surf Technology …. surfboard!

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