With MH370 still missing in action, the world is focusing on our little Peninsular and East Malaysia. Several countries are willing to stretch help in the mission to find the Malaysia Airline flight such as America, Singapore, Vietnam :-
The oil traces found by Vietnamese Air Force. Could this be the remnant from MH370?
- America – The U.S. Navy is reportedly to send a warship and a surveillance plane;
- Singapore – two warships, naval helicopter (its missile corvette, frigate and Sikorsky S-70B Seahawk naval helicopter);
- Vietnam, China & Philippines – sending their searching teams as well
The Chinese are sending ships to help.
The Vietnamese are discussing for the mission.
For the record, Malaysia Airline System (MAS) possesses an admirable clean good safety record. The pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shan is an experienced pilot since 1981 who has been flying more than 18,000 hours.
Italian Luigi Maraldi whose passport went missing and was used by someone to enter MH370. Very intriguing and fishy!
Now, amid all these chaotic situation, a revelation does raise eye-brows. It is reported that 2 passengers have been using fake passports. The original possessors of the passports had lodged reports that their passports were both went missing/stolen when they visited Thailand :-
- Italian Luigi Maraldi
- Austrian Christan Kozel
It is said that both impostors bought the tickets from China Southern Airlines which share the same routes with MAS. It was announced in their microblog Sina Weibo.
This is sad. A family member being mobbed by news-hungry reporters. Hmmmmm…. Yeah, we know they are just ‘doing’ their jobs. But….Well.
Theories on possible flight-hijacking and terrorism are beginning to overheat into fiery flame as the radar suddenly shows no sign of the flight as if it vanished into thin air. Some speculations do proclaim that the flight perhaps crashed or somehow did a U-turn.
Tears of hope. Amin.
The speculations are fueled even fiery when it was reported that a Chinese man tried to contact his sister in the flight and the call got connected but then it just “rang out”. It was also reported by Mirror UK that several families of the missing passengers are also experiencing the same thing (Refer to http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/missing-malaysia-airlines-eerie-moment-3222919). I can’t help but to be reminded with Stephen King’s “The Langoliers”. Huhu. The question remains; what happen to MH 370?
Lost in the radar.
At this juncture as I am writing this, we are still hoping for the light at the end of the tunnel. I, myself suppose to focus on reading scholars’ journals and researches writings but my mind is deviated for MH370. Amin!