Thursday, March 13, 2014

What Actually Happened To Flight MH370?

Five days on since Flight MH370 went mysteriously missing, we are still in the dark about what actually happened.

Or are honest answers not forthcoming? Because there is something to hide?

The authorities seem to be fumbling and mumbling. Nobody seems to be in overall charge of the crisis management or know what they are saying.

Each day we are told something, then it seems to be contradicted in the next breath.

The two guys boarding the flight on stolen passports were first Asians, then 'Balotelli' type and finally Iranians!

Somebody said that military radar showed the plane about turned from its flight path and the next day this was denied.

In the circumstance, can you blame anyone from speculating?

Who is in overall charge of the investigation into the mystery of the missing flight?

What are we actually doing to unravel the mystery?

Whom do you call when you want some straightforward answers?

Hopefully, not the bomohs!

Because, if these guys could do the job, we don't need the fumbling authorities.

Or maybe, I'm wrong.

Maybe we do need the shamans because the authorities are lost at sea, or handicapped by politics..

Whatever, we need answers - straightforward and honest answers!

Not fumbling, evasive ones typical of Bolehland bureaucracy.

2 comments:

  1. more than 2 months already and still no news... will they ever find anything?

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    1. I don't think they ever will! Someone or more parties may know the truth, but they are not telling. It is very strange that such a big aircraft could just disappear without a trace, despite the huge international efforts to locate it. The search efforts look like a huge cover up, given the the conflicting information we have been fed with, right from the very beginning! I am just sorry for the passengers.

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