LION AIR CRASH SUSPICIONS

If you're a frequent flier, you might want to avoid the Malaysian-Indonesian archipelago, for aircraft seem to have an odd habit of crashing (or simply disappearing). Yesterday I updated the Malaysia Air Flight 370 saga with the latest theory of a potential debris field in Cambodia.  Then, of course, we have the highly suspicious crash of Lion Air flight 610, on an internal flight in Indonesia, which just "coincidentally" of course, had approximately twenty passengers from Indonesia's finance ministry aboard. We'll get back to that in a moment, but here's two articles about the crash shared by Mr. M.H.:

The Mystery of the New Boeing Jet That Plunged Into the Sea, Killing 189

Indonesian plane crashes into sea, all 189 on board feared dead

Now, I don't know about you, but when airliners crash with twenty people from a country's finance ministry aboard, my suspicion meter goes into the red zone. Mr. M.H. pointed out something interesting from the second article:

At least 23 government officials, four employees of state tin miner PT Timah and three employees of a Timah subsidiary, were on the plane. A Lion Air official said one Italian passenger and an Indian pilot were on board.

Speaking at a hospital, a tearful Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati paid tribute to the 21 officials from her ministry on the doomed flight who she said "died doing their duty".

As for Finance Minister Sri Nulyani Indrawati, Mr. M.H. also noted this about the Wikipedia article on her:

Sri Mulyani Indrawati - (born 26 August 1962) is an Indonesian economist who has been Minister of Finance of Indonesia since 2016; previously she served in the same post from 2005 to 2010. In June 2010 she was appointed as Managing Director of the World Bank Group and resigned as Minister of Finance. On July 27, 2016, Sri Mulyani was reappointed as Minister of Finance in a cabinet reshuffle by President Joko Widodo, replacing Bambang Permadi Soemantri Brodjonegoro.[1]

As finance minister from 2005 to 2010, Sri Mulyani was known as a tough reformist[2][3] and was largely credited with strengthening Indonesia's economy, increasing investments and steering Southeast Asia's largest economy through the 2007–10 financial crisis.[4][5] In 2014, she was ranked as the 38th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine.[6]

All of which led Mr. M.H. to suspect that this crash, with its sudden plunge at 350 mph into the ocean, as not accidental. When I learned of the crash, and of the people on board, I thought the same thing. Then a pilot and engineer who shall remain nameless, and who has some experience with Boeing aircraft contacted me privately with his own suspicions that the odd flight pattern indicated that the aircraft had been commandeered "from outside" and literally flown into the ocean.

So the question, if this was deliberate sabotage and murder, is why? There's two things here that make me incredibly suspicious: (1) Ms. Indrawati herself, and (2) the mining company. Indrawati, given her high positions both in the World Bank Group and in the Indonesian ministry of finance, would be in a position to "know things," especially if as the Wikipedia article suggests, she helped steer Indonesia through the 2008 financial crisis. She may indeed know things about that crisis that certain people would want to ensure she keep quiet about.

It's the mining company, though, that caught my interest. Tin is of course a valuable commodity. The Indonesian oil fields and tin mines were a strategic objective of the Japanese Empire during World War Two. But there's a very loose, high octane speculation here that hovers over the whole affair, and that's Indonesian premier Sukharno, and his gold. (See BANKS AND THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE PART TWO: THE BEARER BONDS ...)

In other words, people high in the Indonesian financial structure are likely to know a great deal of the history of hidden finance, and thus my high octane suspicion here is twofold: (1) someone is sending messages to Indonesia, and (2) I strongly suspect that those unfortunate passengers on flight 610 with connections both to the Indonesian finance ministry, and to the PT Timah mining operation, may either have been journeying to a final destination other than Pangkal Pinang, or that they were to meet people in that Indonesian city that have, as yet, not been disclosed.

The unfortunate thing here is that time, in this case, may not tell... But it's not the first time Indonesia has been targeted. Don't forget that tsunami came about one week after a sudden and inexplicable sell-off of Indonesian sovereign securities...

See you on the flip side...

 

16 thoughts on “LION AIR CRASH SUSPICIONS”

  1. why are governments still putting all their eggs in one plane? they need to take a , well, er, crash course in traveling separately.

  2. Very interesting, and I suspect more truth in the analysis than most people feel comfortable with. I feel as if ‘events’ are beginning to speed up.

  3. This just the West ongoing economic, military, political suicide a few more mysterious airline crashes. Will drive customers away from buying any planes from the Western airplane makers. This bad for business in the long run what state wants it political, economic officials assassinated by being accidented on purpose.

  4. The political situation here in Indonesia is caustic right now – not unlike the Clinton-Trump feud in the US, but far more dangerous.

    In next year’s elections, it is widely assumed that President Joko Widodo will face off against Prabowo, his arch-nemesis from the hotly contested 2012 elections that nearly tore the country apart.

    Widodo is a Populist reformer, while Prabowo is a hard-liner of the Soeharto lineage. One of Wibowo’s top priorities has been to clean up the entrenched corruption in national government, which takes a significant flow of cash out of the hands of people like Prabowo.

    Last year, Widodo’s former Vice Governor of Jakarta, and then Governor after his election, Ahok was convicted and sentenced to prison for two years on completely trumped up “blasphemy” charges. Ahok was also a reformer who had banned public servants from taking bribes to do their jobs.

    It would not be out of the realm of possibility that certain forces within the government wanted to “exit” reformist members of the MoF and restore the lucrative cash cow to the public trough.

    Interestingly, no one is even whispering “conspiracy” here, as the very hint of it could ignite a polictical firestorm in advance of the elections, which are surely going to ignite in any event.

    Stay tuned!

  5. Robert Barricklow

    File this under Bankers deaths?
    S. Korea to trade w/Iran in currency.
    There is definitely an Eurasian economic war going on.
    More deaths to come?

    1. We are probably missing 90% of what is going on in Asia now since we tend to look at news items echoed on “Western” websites. And given that the day has 24 hours, this would be the moment to start practising “slowing down time”!

  6. anakephalaiosis

    Masons are robots. Electronic voting machines are robots. Arial autopilots are robots. Personal computers are robots.

    Remote controlling robots is industrial slavery, for juggernaut gollums to imperially steamroll resistance against global moneylender roulette.

    True legacy of the man, who was nailed to a wooden cross, is patristic exegesis, that explains five dimensional programming of the entity known as God.

    ANGELIC SAXON 23
    Day is song of God,
    and His blessing dear to man,
    in Maker’s light.

  7. Yesterday, I commented about the “twin 777” in Israel that may have been used to break the autopilot ‘security code’ for Boeing 777s:
    https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/11/the-continuing-saga-of-malaysia-air-370-engines-found-in-cambodia/#comment-85509

    The question then becomes: How much of the autopilot ‘security code’ is near-identical for all recent Boeing aircraft, 737MAXs included? If you have cracked one, have you cracked them all? (Or to be more precise, can you iterate on the now-known process of the one to derive another?)

    If so, then all recent Boeing aircraft could be taken-over through the autopilot. Note that this would be an ‘independent’ capability in addition to the FAA, FBI, CIA, etc. It would persist until a significantly-different autopilot ‘security code’ process was devised and implemented.

    I also commented on the Malaysian 737’s strange flight-path soon after takeoff:
    https://gizadeathstar.com/2018/11/tidbit-malaysian-financial-fraud/#comment-85503
    In my opinion, we may be seeing opportunistic use of autopilot takeovers to solve various ‘problems’. Hopefully, internet sleuthers will ferret-out why the 189 people died to take-out the 20-some ‘targets’…

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Russia & China are challenging Boeing
      w/their new version of the Boeing jet liner.
      [Eurasian economic warfare?]

      1. Robert Barricklow

        Perhaps soon, it will be more difficult for some inside players to take a Chinese/Russian jet airliner yoke?

        Less mysterious crashes & good selling point?

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