If you've been following the bizarre story, or rather, non-story, about the missing Malaysia Air Flight 370, there has been more news, or rather, more non-news.

And that's been the whole problem since the beginning: there's no story, no agreed upon narrative of the event, no official international "Warren Report", no matter how silly the story. What we have is a non-story, a not-agreed-upon narrative that has yet to be written. There have been, of course, a raft of conspiracy theories, each with their problems, and none of them really gaining any traction. Oddly, it seems like everytime we get close to getting a story - no matter how Warren-Report-silly that story may be - something happens to derail the narrative, and we're back to square one once again. For example, the geopolitics surrounding the event - were it not for the sad loss of human life - was almost comical to watch. Within a week of the disappearance of the flight, American FOX TV (or as I like to call it, Faux News) ran a interviewed an American General (a lieutenant general as I recall, and I don't recall his name), who calmly assured the audience that his "sources" inside the intelligence community assured him that the missing flight had secretly flown close behind another civilian airliner over India (thus appearing to be only one radar signature to the befuddled Indian radar operators), whence -safely out of hostile Indian airspace, the airliner was secretly landed in (you guessed it) Iran, where it was going to be repainted and used as a false flag terrorist operation undern the auspices of Tehran and Moscow. Or something like that... frankly, I don't remember too well because I was laughing too hard. The only thing missing from the General's narrative and costumery was the monocle, the piked helmet, and the German accent.

All that worked, of course, for about five minutes, when the Indian government promptly informed the world that the whole thing was aviational and radar nonsense, which, of course, it was.

And so it went. A ridiculous narrative was created and just as quickly evaporated.

Then, recently, just as the whole mystery had finally seemed to drop off the radar of global consciousness, debris turned up on the French island of Reunion, and immediately it was speculated that the debris was from Flight 370, and just as immediately, people started poking holes in that theory. One individual (Mr. R.A.) emailed me and argued that the wing part (the flapperon) found on Reunion should have significantly corroded in salt water, there wasn't enough marine growth on the part, it should have sunk by now, and so on.

So all eyes were on France, which unlike Malaysia, was in no hurry to identify the wing part as being from Flight 370. Now, once again, the mystery deepens(thanks to Mr. K.L. and many others who shared this article):

Disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370: Investigators Fail to Link Reunion Aircraft Debris to MH370

Here's the gist:

“French authorities, in consultation with Malaysia, will give updates on progress when the time is right”, added the ATSB. The judicial authorities are in fact  remaining silent and refusing to comment on anything. According to our sources, the experts found no irrefutable technical elements that would allow to us to certify 100% that this piece belongs to flight MH370. “The experts’ conclusions are the only technical part of the criminal investigation, which is still going on”, says an insider of the investigation. As of now, the only certitude is that the flaperon that was tranfered from the Reunion Island  to Toulouse on August 5 corresponds to a moving part of the wing of a Boeing 777. If the deputy prosecutor of the Republic of Paris has stated that there was a “very strong supposition” that the piece belonged to the plane of flight MH370, which disappeared 18 months ago, that statement is based on circumstantial evidence.

First, the piece belongs to the aircraft model corresponding to that of Malaysia Airlines, a Boeing 777. In addition, no other aircraft of this type except that of the Malaysian company were reported missing.

Also, the trajectory of the wing piece that ran aground on a beach in Reunion matches the sea currents that link the search area of the wreckage of the plane to the French overseas department. Finally, the shells found attached to the flaperon belong to a species endemic to the southern Indian Ocean where the unit is believed to have disappeared.

According to a Toulouse aeronautics expert who requested anonymity, the element of the wing would not have floated for several months at the water’s surface but would have drifted underwater a few meters deep.

According to Jean-Paul Troadec, former chairman of the Bureau of Investigation and Analysis (BEA), the state of flaperon, even if it is not intact, indicates that there was no violent impact with the ocean surface. “If this had been the case with the MH370, one would expect much smaller debris than a flaperon,” said the expert.

Or, to put it 'country simple":

Experts from the Directorate General of Armaments have finished surveying the flaperon found on Reunion Island. Nothing certifies that it belongs to MH370!

So once again, we're depending on "inside sources" for the "fact" that France has concluded that the part is not from Malaysia Air 370, yet, just enough circumstantial evidence is rehearsed to indicate it might be.

So what are we left with?

Well, once again, we're left with pretty much what we started with over a year ago: no agreed upon narrative, no definitive debris or evidence, and an obfuscated story which tends to indicate that someone very much wishes for the story not to go away.

The real question, with this latest chapter of non-news concerning the non-narrative, remains why. And of course, the bigger question remains: what happened to flight 370, and its victims?

See you on the flip side...


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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 30, 2015 at 1:55 pm

    And I’m sure, after all the horrors that Malyasia has gone through in these past few years, that the latest “color” revolution (this one mellow yellow) has nothing to do with its indictment of BushCo, Tony Blair and their co-conspirators as war criminals, or that George Soros, the alphabet agencies, or Western NGOs could ever behind this. /sarc.

    • basta on August 30, 2015 at 1:57 pm

      … could ever be behind this.


  2. unclejed on August 30, 2015 at 3:18 am

    So … where would you find a Boeing 777 flaperon, that could be used to “salt” the search zone ??? Who would have one just lying around doing nothing ???

    Well, …. here is a clue ….


  3. yankee phil on August 30, 2015 at 12:37 am

    Although this is the only 777 that has been lost(I believe the proto type crashed years ago on test flights and modifications were made to the test plane)these aircraft have parts replaced continually as damages occur during service and accidents happen during maintenance and hanger storage on the ground. Someone somewhere has this plane on radar and the squawk box signal must also be recorded . I’m sure the chinese must be upset but for obvious reasons cannot accuse anyone without the corpus delicti.

  4. basta on August 29, 2015 at 11:51 pm


    Okay, who just happens to have B-777 flaperons lying around with the serial numbers filed off? Well, actually that’s probably still a pretty big list, but it still boils down to the usual suspects. That none of them calls the perp out shows they’re all in cahoots on this one way or another.

    • basta on August 29, 2015 at 11:53 pm

      …or more probably, very afraid of the perp.

      • goshawks on August 30, 2015 at 11:34 pm

        basta, your comment just reminded me of the Malaysian Airlines MH370 ‘sister ship’ that is stored in a hangar at Tel Aviv’s airport, I believe. It would be interesting to see if it just happens to be missing a ‘flaperon’…

        • basta on August 31, 2015 at 7:27 am

          That was quite a revealing “whoopsie!” moment when photos of that twin plane surfaced, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the nub of the mystery is that whatever was being plotted with it was derailed by the plane’s existence going viral, and that is why there was, is and never will be any satisfactory explanation of what really happened to MH-370. It could well be that their plot was derailed and they just deep-sixed everything.

          • goshawks on September 1, 2015 at 3:51 pm

            Agreed. And, I remember that 777 that was heading from the US toward a conference in The Netherlands without a transponder operational, and was diverted away by Dutch fighters. (It landed in Germany, I believe.) I never have heard anything more about that ‘incident’, either…

  5. goshawks on August 29, 2015 at 7:17 pm

    “New York” magazine, August 28, 2015:

    “At the time of the discovery,it was generally accepted that the wing segment, a so-called ‘flaperon’, could only come from MH370: Boeing engineers confirmed that the part was from a 777, and MH370 was the only 777 to have gone missing. Aviation experts declared that serial numbers on the flaperon would allow it to be definitively linked to the missing plane within 24 hours. When that deadline passed, news outlets told readers that the ID should be nailed down within a few days. Then by the following week.

    What was holding things up, it turned out, was that the ID plate that should have been attached to the inboard edge of the flaperon was missing. And that was not the only problem. According to the New York ‘Times’, Boeing and the National Transportation Safety Board found that the object did not match Malaysia Airlines’ maintenance records. … A few days later, ‘Le Mond’ ran a report that echoed the ‘Times” earlier reporting: ‘[M]aintenance work that Malaysia Airlines has indicated it carried out on the flaperon does not exactly match that observed on the discovered piece.'”

    Kudos that the Boeing engineers ‘stood up’, and that Malaysia Airlines had the guts to release the maintenance records to the public! Congratulations!

    On “the element of the wing would not have floated for several months at the water’s surface but would have drifted underwater a few meters deep,” the “New York” magazine article states:

    “Therein lies the mystery. While it’s easy to imagine a submarine or a scuba diver hovering peacefully 10 or 20 feet under the surface of the water, this is not something that inanimate objects are capable of doing on their own: Either they are more buoyant than water, in which case they float’ or they are less buoyant, in which case they sink. ‘My experience is that things will go up or down – they will never stay statically neutral,’ says famed ocean-drift expert Curtis Ebbesmeyer, professor emeritus at the University of Washington.”

    Life is getting tougher for the perps…

  6. DownunderET on August 29, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    Oh Brother, as George Ann Hughes would say, this think stinks to high heaven, and the longer it goes on it seems to get darker.
    The Malaysian Prime Minister came out a few days after the wing part was found, and said “based” on Malaysian Airlines records, that it was indeed the aileron from the missing MH-370.
    Now we get the report from the experts, including experts from Boeing, that the part IS NOT from MH-370, so whats going on here??????
    I know for one thing, the MSM doesn’t want to go there any more.
    And another “stinker”, is that the report from the missing MH-17, conducted by Dutch “experts” will be released in “OCTOBER”, October what’s the delay?????

  7. lazer-eye on August 29, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    What stumps me most are the bizarre joint attempts to obscure the truth about 370 by both those of similar, and those of diverse, political persuasions. In life in general, especially as it is expressed on the global political scene, conspiracy trumps coincidence every single time. The flaperon of a Boeing 777 is not like a trim tab, a spoiler, or a rudder hinge. Its a substantial part of the airplane, which can be over 6 feet tall and require 4 people to lift. ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgWBDFjy9rI ) So if this flaperon is not from Malaysia 370, why aren’t the investigators asking the obvious question, “Well, where did it come from then? Has anyone reported a flaperon missing?” LOL! Why the lack of curiosity?

    Even worse is the obvious fact that Boeing appears to be in on the plot. Since 9/11 they have admittedly installed foolproof anti-hijacking technology on every 777. So why wasn’t it used? Or, God forbid, perhaps it was used! Boeing’s only response is to stonwall the question: “No comment, due to an ongoing investigation.” But involement of the Military-Industrial Complex introduces a decidedly dark dimension to this collusion Somebody is trying to hide something and I suspect that something id bigger than all of us think. We can only hope that, since conspiracy makes strange bedfellows, somehow they trip over it.

    • goshawks on August 29, 2015 at 4:46 pm

      “Since 9/11, they have admittedly installed foolproof anti-hijacking technology on every 777.”

      I did a lot of research on this capability after MH370, and they are awesome/frightening. One can lock a pilot out of the system (perhaps even remotely). One can enable/disable transponders. One can ‘steer’ an aircraft by injecting waypoints into the autopilot. One can ‘autoland’ an aircraft. It is ‘mature’ technology. And, it is not limited to 777s…

      (Lufthansa caused a ‘stir’ back in the 80s by yanking all Boeing-sourced autopilots out of its 747s. This was due to ‘security issues’, meaning having the autopilots contain anti-hijacker ‘takeover’ features. At substantial cost, Lufthansa certificated and installed its own autopilots.)

  8. Frankie Calcutta on August 29, 2015 at 8:20 am

    It looks like there will be no “reunion” between IG Farben East and IG Farben West until neo-con craziness comes to an end. Maybe IG Farben East, headquartered in Europe, is expecting a different peace offering from their American nazi cousins in the form of pieces of neo-cons washing up on the shore of the Potomac River instead. Until then, the American zionazis’ attempted Flight 370 false flag will not be laid to rest and the two squabbling nazi factions will remain at odds.

    You just wonder if the target was Brussels itself? It also appears that IG Farben East has better technology and better surveillance capabilities. Looks like they can eavesdrop on the zionazis’ plans.

    • Frankie Calcutta on August 29, 2015 at 8:38 am

      Maybe acquiescence on the Iran deal was the hoped for peace offering and the wreckage on Reunion Island were the feelers to see if the quarrel could be laid to rest and the two nazi sanctions could work as one once again to enslave the world and plunder outer space?

      • Frankie Calcutta on August 29, 2015 at 8:39 am

        sanctions= factions

    • Occult Fan on August 29, 2015 at 3:47 pm

      Can you direct me to a link which fleshes out the IG W v IG E? That’s interesting… new to me.

      Check the dialogue Dr. F had with one Daniel here for another interesting take that doesn’t suggest American involvement, but rather Japanese – the whole talk is a must view/absorb, natch –


      • Frankie Calcutta on August 30, 2015 at 7:34 am

        Occult Fan,

        Based on my flimsy understanding of Dr. Farrell’s work, most recently the Third Way, I just pulled the IG Farben East-West factions and their dispute out of my head. I’m not sure if this what Dr. Farrell has in mind. Probably not. I highly recommend the Third Way. I think we have a “German Problem” again.

    • Occult Fan on August 29, 2015 at 3:50 pm

      If it is explained in Dr F’s books, I’ve not all of them, but I did order Thrice Great and Covert Wars Breakaway (can’t read my copy of Clash until I read that first!) – so, proviso, to my question, if it is in the books, I’ll get there eventually, but perhaps a ‘tidbit’, ‘just a taste’ or any other ‘t-based’ )tiny) amount of preview would also be satisfactory.

      • Occult Fan on August 29, 2015 at 3:51 pm

        (so much for THOSE parenthesis)

  9. marcos toledo on August 29, 2015 at 8:15 am

    Except for the fate of the passengers and their families worry and grief. This would look like a episode of the Twilight Zone, Outer Limits, X-files, Fringe. When o when will we ever learn the truth and why all these stupid lies.

    • goshawks on August 29, 2015 at 4:14 pm

      Some of my most-loved TV series!

  10. Robert Barricklow on August 29, 2015 at 8:04 am

    Don’t expect much from these ship of fools guided their respective ships of state all trying to pull a believable excuse out of their respective _____’s?


    • DanaThomas on August 29, 2015 at 9:56 am

      • Robert Barricklow on August 29, 2015 at 10:50 am

        There is something to the “warning” that comes before the storm. A kind of code that “they” adhere to?

        • DanaThomas on August 30, 2015 at 5:14 am

          This could also apply to the “explosions” in Asia commented in the new blog.

          • Robert Barricklow on August 30, 2015 at 9:20 am

            I don’t think so.
            But I’ve been wrong, too many times to count.

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