BOEING 777 Conspiracy Theory’s Take The Web By Storm, Family Members Of Passengers Have Reported Mobile Phones Ringing, And Who Is The Mysterious Iranian “Mr. ALI”.

Posted: March 10, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEO:  Just when you thought the whole vanishing Boeing 777 can’t get any weirder, it takes a very odd and disturbing turn as the web begins to get flooded by conspiracy theories. A family member of passengers have reported mobile phone ringing.  I am not sure what to make of it, but if that is the case it raises the possibility of a hijacking. There is also a  conspiracy theory  that the plane just vanished out of thin air. I hope to put an article up on some of the conspiracy theories making the rounds on the internet.  Something needs to give and eventually a logical explanation will surface.  Thank you for visiting These Christian Times. Please check back for more Updates.

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FAST COMPANY.COM: These beacons, called emergency locator devices, are activated by impact on land or water, along with other emergency communications equipment. Malaysia’s aviation regulator said no signals were received from flight MH370’s beacon.

“There are many theories that have been said in the media,” Rahman said during a press conference. “Many experts around the world have contributed their expertise and knowledge about what could happen, what happened….We are puzzled as well.”

Naturally, conspiracy theories are already flying left and right on social media. One theory suggests the plane’s sudden disappearance is a “false flag” operation intentionally planted by CNN. Another claims that some relatives of the passengers onboard have even reported hearing their phones ring–but no one is answering.

Other tin foilers have gone so far as to suggest that the plane simply vanished. “If we never find the debris READ MORE: http://www.fastcompany.com/3027462/fast-feed/with-malaysia-airlines-flight-370-still-missing-conspiracy-theories-flood-the-inte

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NEWS 24: The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has thickened somewhat as family members of passengers have reported mobile phones ringing, but nobody answering.

International Business Times reports that 19 families have signed a joint statement saying that passengers’ cell phones connected after the flight had been reported missing. In each case, the phone would ring, but the call would be hung up.

The sister of one of the Chinese passengers among the 239 people on board the missing flight rang his phone live on TV twice at 11:40 on Sunday morning and heard it ringing. She called again later that afternoon and heard it ring once more READ MORE: http://www.news24.com/Travel/Flights/Bizarre-Flight-MH370-passengers-phones-ring-but-no-one-answers-20140310

ZEROHEDGE: While the mystery builds over the still officially unexplained disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370, or just who the two passengers with “stolen” passports may have been although we expect a revelation on this issue shortly, the FT has added yet another twist to what is sure to be a conspiracy thriller for weeks to come: the paper reports that the Thai travel agent who booked the tickets for the men in question said that she had been asked to arrange the travel by an Iranian contact. Adding to the confusion is the revelation that originally the mysterious Iranian, known only as Mr. Ali, tried to reserve seats for the two men on separate flights not to China, but to Europe, one on a Qatar Airways flight, and the other on Etihad. And the punchline: a “friend” of Mr. Ali’s paid for the tickets in cash READ MORE:http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-10/mysterious-iranian-mr-ali-purchased-tickets-stolen-passport-passengers-paid-cash

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Comments
  1. This is the most bizarre thing, isn’t it? One cannot help but question if it is indeed a false flag. A plane just doesn’t disappear in thin air! Somebody knows something. What? Why? Whom?

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