The mysterious disappearances of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 and flight MH17 which was shot down at the Ukraine-Russia border have captivated my attention for a while. The events surrounding these two flights, both Boeing 777-2H6ER aircraft, raise intriguing parallels that have given rise to my own theories.

Timeline of Events:

MH370 (Flight 370): On March 8, 2014, Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 vanished while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The plane’s sudden disappearance led to an extensive search effort, but no conclusive evidence was found until July 29, 2015, when a piece of debris from the aircraft was discovered on Réunion Island. The search for the wreckage and the truth behind its disappearance would continue for years. MH17 (Flight 17): Just a few months later, on July 17, 2014, Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 was tragically shot down over eastern Ukraine, a region under the control of Russian-backed separatist forces. All passengers and crew on board were killed, sparking an international outcry. The wreckage and evidence pointed to a missile strike, with blame shifting between the Ukrainian government and the separatists.

The Hypothesis:

The circumstances of the two incidents, a hypothesis has emerged. This theory suggests that Flight MH370 might have been abducted or vaporised, and that a classified video purportedly depicting an encounter between a Boeing 777 and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) was leaked as evidence of this event. Subsequently, Flight MH17 was shot down, and its debris was may have been collected and planted in the ocean near the suspected “abduction site” of MH370. The washing up of MH17 debris on African coastlines could then be interpreted as a deliberate effort to misidentify it as remnants from MH370.

Unanswered Questions:

The hypothesis prompts several questions that deserve further exploration:

Debris Site Clearing: What is the typical process of clearing a debris site, such as the one following the downing of MH17? Is it possible that collected debris could go missing and be repurposed as fake MH370 debris? Debris Identification: How certain can we be that the debris found belongs to MH370? What specific serial number identifiers were matched? Given the similarity in serial numbers between the two flights (9M-MRO and 9M-MRD), could there be confusion in attributing the debris? Flap Track Fairing Segment: The discovery of a flap track fairing segment with the stencil “676EB” raises questions about its uniqueness to MH370 or its possible use in other aircraft of the Malaysian Airlines fleet. Could this segment also be found on MH17? Motivation for Cover-up: If the theory of MH370’s abduction by UAPs is true, why would there be a desire to cover it up by planting MH17 debris? What possible motivations could underlie such an elaborate scheme?

In conclusion, the connection between Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 and MH17 is marked by eerie similarities in timeframe and gaps in information that invite speculation and hypotheses.

Sources:

BBC – MH370 debris found on Réunion Island The Guardian – MH370 Debris Visual Guide Wikipedia – Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Wikipedia – Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

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