Yesterday’s bizarre cover-up, based on alleged “Ping Analysis” (reminiscent of reading in a coffee mug, especially given the huge delay till date) by the highly suspicious British contractor Inmarsat , is already producing political fallout undermining relations between China and Malaysia and creating fresh tensions. On the face of it, this new political crisis reduces the prospects that this operation was a Chinese one, and turns the spotlights on the British and their rogue Anglophile networks in the US intelligence Community or deep state apparatus.
Malaysia is a former British colony and therefore highly susceptible to British destabilization efforts. Such was the case with the Nairobi false flag in Kenya back in September. This doesn’t necessarily mean that British agents per se where behind the Cyberjacking of flight 370, but it’s beginning to look as if they’re for the very least taking advantage of the situation to drive a wedge between China and Malaysia. The Anglo-American establishment has been trying for a long time to integrate Malaysia into its ASEAN counter-Chinese alliance by funding front NGOs in the country and bankrolling the opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim – but he lost the recent elections in May, which was seen as a major blow to the Anglo-Americans.
The clumsy cover up attempt by the Malaysians has already triggered Chinese outrage and demand to see the alleged “Satellite data” obtained from the British disinfo mongers. The lack of experience by the Malaysian government has complicated the situation beyond repair from their point of view, as they continue to sink deeper into the cesspool of lies weaved around them by the British manipulators and their own incompetence. All of the above may not have been the prime goal of the hijacking, but it’s certainly a lucrative side effect from the Anglo-American perspective.
China has demanded that Malaysia hand over the satellite data which led to its judgement Monday that missing flight MH370 crashed at sea and that none on board survived.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak told relatives Monday that the flight “ended in the southern Indian Ocean” after new analysis of satellite data on the airliner’s path placed its last position in remote waters off Australia’s west coast.
In a meeting late Monday, Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Hangsheng asked Malaysia’s Ambassador to China, Iskandar Bin Sarudin, to provide the “detailed evidence” that led to the conclusion, China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
“We demand the Malaysian side to state the detailed evidence that leads them to this judgement as well as supply all the relevant information and evidence about the satellite data analysis,” Xie said, according to a statement on the ministry’s website.
“The search and rescue work cannot stop now, we demand the Malaysian side to continue to finish all the work including search and rescue,” Xie said.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing on March 8 with 239 people aboard — two thirds of them Chinese — en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
Chinese maritime authorities said late Monday China would send more vessels to the southern Indian Ocean to search for wreckage, Xinhua news agency reported.
They add to the six Chinese vessels already dispatched to the search area to scour the seas for the missing plane.