Malaysian Airlines MH370: Why Is Nobody Even Mentioning The Maldive Islands & It Could Have Landed In Sri Lanka.
by Anura Guruge
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Just amazes me about all the downright duplicity, 95% by the unscrupulous Malaysians, that we have all been subject to over the last week. I feel for the poor families. Good job there aren’t any Americans camped out at the China airport.
The Maldives has crossed my mind a few times since we heard that the plane was in the air for at least 4 more hours than originally claimed.
The Maldives is well within that reach. It is an Islamic nation and I kind of know that there has been some degree of political ‘unrest’ over there. (Yes, I have been to the Maldives, twice. But that was c. 1965. There were no commercial flights to the Maldives at that time. I went by ship, both times, on the ‘Maldive Star‘.)
I kind of remember hearing that there is at least one fairly long military landing strip on one of the remote islands to the far South. We are talking about a LOT of very remote islands stretched across a huge swath of ocean.
I am more convinced about one thing than I was even a few days ago. IF this plane got anywhere close to Sri Lankan airspace my ‘cousins’ over there would have spotted it. Whatever you may say about us brownies from Sri Lanka we are more competent and capable than most of the others around us — and definitely a few orders of magnitude superior to the bumbling Malaysians. That said, it does cross my mind whether there was a PLOT to land the plane in Sri Lanka. I am not 100% sure but I have a hunch that there could be two strips on the East Coast, Trinco and Batticaloa, where MH370 could have landed — in a pinch, with lots of reverse thrust. But, this would only have happened with ‘approval’ — and that is a stretch. If this was during ‘THE WAR’ it would have made more sense. So, I think we can dismiss Sri Lanka — other than basking in the knowledge that if MH370 was anywhere close the Sri Lankans would NOT have missed it.
Wow. Am I so thankful that I don’t have to live in a country run by this guy. Did they just wake him up and wheel him into this Press Conference. He looks scared, confused and totally and utterly befuddled.