MH370: Why Would People Believe Fairy Stories

As new media began to scoff at the latest episode in the Flight MH370 saga, one ‘aviation expert’ who is on the United Nations payroll sneered, “Of course even now some people will not believe this find proves the plane went down where we said it did.

Well I’m not up to speed on this one, having been preoccupied writing fiction, but it did strike me ass interesting that the official version had the plane going into the water to the south west of western Australia. And the wreckage was washed up on Reunion Island, near Madagascar (and Diego Garcia) on the other side of the Indian Ocean.

Having noted that point I shrugged and moved on, leaving it to the relatives of the Flight MH370 dead to point out the peoblems with this latest bucket of whitewash thrown into the Indian Ocean. And one of them duly obliged to the chagrin of the interviewer on BBC Radion 4 today. The Tap reports:

“On BBC Radio 4 this morning, one of family representatives said they are not yet convinced the flapperon is from MH370. James Naugtie tried to steamroller her into saying it was, but she resisted.
If it was supposed to have crashed into a 4 mile deep area of the Indian Ocean, and it took 5 men to lift it, what kind of currents and forces were supposed to allow it to wash up on a beach?”

Yeah …

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