By not me -
One of the biggest problems facing independent media is the onslaught of “pop up” low-information conspiracy theorists that seem to have an uncanny knack for getting plenty of hits on their videos, blogs and websites. It is also interesting to note that when a newcomer makes his debut in the world of independent news, there are a few people that tend to listen to someone that best fits their own opinions – regardless of whether or not the information is erroneous.
I was always told in broadcasting school that when you deliver bad or erroneous information you are to acknowledge the error and then move on. It is bad form to dwell on the mistake or kick yourself needlessly, because it is always important to remember that you are human and like the mainstream media, you are capable of reporting information that you trusted from a source and then that source turns out to be wrong or gets disinformation.
That is why I felt it was so important to reverse engineer the conspiracy theories that were being spun in the media about the Malaysian Flight 370 news story.
Today, I was in a cafeteria where CNN was reporting on the possibility that the black boxes from the plane were sending out a signal and that there was hope they were going to find wreckage or something that would give them and idea about the ill-fated flight.
What is interesting is that the timing of all this seems a bit peculiar and as I was digging into the story again, I was beginning to see some holes in many theories that needed to be addressed.
I phoned Olav Phillips from the Anomalies Channel. He has been an informant to Ground zero on all matters of Intelligence and has been a producer when time allows because of his job and the time constraints he has.
Olav was telling me that he listened to my ‘DEFCON Puzzle‘ show and was very happy that I was reverse engineering the various stories that the media was spinning about the plane and was also in agreement that they were trying to groom and prepare us for a possible nuclear threat in the near future.
He added however that he had further information that he wanted to share with me about other stories that he felt were being driven into alternative media that were simple red herrings meant to throw everyone off and keeping them from watching the chess pieces being moved into an ‘endgame strategy’.
I told him I sensed the same thing and that what was most frustrating is being called a shill because I would refuse to entertain some of the more outrageous ideas.
He chided me about my meteor theory and then said that – while he did not share my ideas on the matter – he could see why I would come up with such a hypothesis. I shared with him that the confidence level on my meteor theory was only about 40 percent. I was saying that the remainders of my thoughts were pretty much along the lines of pilot error or engine malfunction.
Of course, this would be the simplest conclusion and probably will wind up being the official reason for the plane’s disappearance. This, however, will not sit well with most conspiracy theorists that have not only been fed conspiracy yarns provided by generals and paranoid Israeli authors in the mainstream, but also are believing stories that are completely false and are being generated by people who should do their research before jumping on a theory “that’s as good as any.”
One of the stories that I was looking into and wanted to explore further was the story that has been going around that the Rothschild family and the Carlyle group benefited from the Malaysian crash.
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