US Navy Cargo Ship Only Used To Carry People Or Bodies
Further evidence has emerged which may support the theory that Malaysian jetliner 370 and its 239 missing passengers and crew were taken to the US military base of Diego Garcia, located to the south of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean.
On 31 March 2014, the US Navy was looking to obtain the services of ‘one dry cargo vessel in support of operations between Singapore and Diego Garcia’, according to the Fed Biz Opps website, which could be used to transport people or dead bodies.
The site adds that the US Navy’s Military Sealift Command is looking for — or ‘soliciting’ — contractual tenders for ‘Transportation, Travel, & Relocation services’ under the title of ‘Diego Garcia Re-supply’.
In normal circumstances, this would not be unusual. However, in the light of other information that has recently emerged indicating that flight 370 may have been somehow diverted to the US airbase there, it may have more sinister overtones.
As one anonymous commentator put it:
“OK, this is pretty creepy. Normally, Diego Garcia calling for an empty container ship to move ammo, or whatever, wouldn’t be too alarming. But notice the classification of the request. [V. Transportation, Travel, & Relocation services’] I did some time in the Navy. The wording of the classification makes it sound like they will be transporting people.”
For ‘people’, we could also read dead bodies. The contract has almost certainly been arranged at short notice as many of the details are ‘TBD’ — ‘to be decided’:
Contract Award and Solicitation Number: TBD
Contract Award Dollar Amount: TBD
Contract Line Item Number : TBD
Contract Award Date: TBD
Adding to suspicions is the fact that a cargo ship, which may have taken up the contract — the Ocean Shield — left Perth harbour, Australia on the date of the request, 31 March 2014, but has since failed to update its position as would be expected.
Alternative researchers have focussed on the US’s secretive airbase as the final location of flight 370, which went missing on 7th March without trace, since Neon Nettle reported that the Kremlin believed that the flight had been captured and diverted to the US base in the Indian Ocean.
At the time, the Russian government wondered why mainstream media had not asked the US army for satellite and radar data for the area, which could prove its claims.
This has been supported by new information which emerged in recent days. According to freelance journalist Jim Stone, one of the American passengers, Phillip Wood, a technical storage executive at IBM, sequestered his iPhone 5 in his anus and took a photo, after the Boeing 777 was hijacked by military personnel while on route to China.
Stone claims that metadata within the photo yields evidence confirming “100 percent” that Wood sent the photo, along with a brief voice activated text, from GPS coordinates which put Wood only a few miles away from the Diego Garcia military base.
The authenticity of any new information could easily be checked if the US mainstream media reported on them and provoked the US government and army into disclosing any potential information they hold about the missing flight.
Phi Beta Iota: The aircraft is reported to have been carrying 239 souls – 227 passengers, 12 crew (154 Chinese, 85 other nationalities). If they are all dead it would make much more sense to arrange for cement overcoats and burial at sea using military capabilities and crews that can be threatened with loss of their rank and pension if they speak of the matter. We have no direct knowledge.