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WATCH: Crashes of Convenience – KAL 007

Episode 187 of The Corbett Report explores Korean Airline disaster that could have triggered World War III

On September 1, 1983, Korean Airlines Flight 007 was shot down by a Soviet fighter interceptor as it crossed through Soviet air space. But what was it doing so far off course, flying over Soviet military installations the day of a secret missile test? What happened to the bodies? And what does all of this have to do with Larry McDonald, the sitting US congressman who was on the flight and warning America about the coming of the New World Order? Find out this week on The Corbett Report.

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ragheadthefiendlyterrorist
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Here, as a downloadable PDF file, is my own article, complete with sources, on KAL 007.

http://bill-purkayastha.blogspot.com/2015/09/death-over-sakhalin-destruction-of-kal.html?m=1

vexarb
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vexarb

Parrhesiastes BTL Saker Vineyard foresees distrust in Aviation Regulatory Authorities: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? https://thesaker.is/moveable-feast-cafe-2019-03-13/ Parrhesiastes: “‘Thus does FAA cede to China and Russia and others the certification of aircraft. This is very significant loss for the Empire. Really stupid too. …. The point is made, strongly suggested, by Moon of Alabama that the FAA has been captured by finance and turned into a lobby for US airplane makers… Therefore the world, recognizing this dangerous self-evident fact (clear in the example of faked certification 737 Max, resulting in large losses) – recognizing this, the world is now going to move… Read more »

Fair dinkum
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Fair dinkum
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I think KAL007 was probably just an unfortunate sequence of events that was largely the product of US arrogance and recklessness. The Korean airliner was a standard Boeing 707. For a long time prior to this, the US had been provocatively flying spy planes deep into Soviet air space in Siberia. This was done for intelligence gathering, to see how long it took to scramble Soviet fighters, radio and radar frequencies and so forth. The aircraft they were using for this was basically just a militarised version of the same civilian airliner, with all the seats stripped out and replaced… Read more »

ragheadthefiendlyterrorist
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KAL 007 was a Boeing 747, not 707, and was almost certainly on an espionage mission, designed to test Soviet radar capabilities.

Archie1954
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Archie1954

Wasn’t KAL 007 a Boeing 747?

mark
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mark

Yes, apologies, 747.

Helmut Taylor
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Helmut Taylor

Who noes?

Schlüter
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Sorry, typing mistake!
Should have been:
One must know: the Empire is playing with planes!

Schlüter
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One must know: the Empire is playing with olanes! Uncountable examples!
Regards

Helmut Taylor
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Helmut Taylor

And it IS true, that we (collectively speaking) have been at it since the dawn of time:and did the sun also never set on, Attila, Ghengis, Alexander…..and whomsoever; so:- the game goes on, even today, meaning: let the best man win – oder?

Michael Cromer
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Michael Cromer

The Truth is Out There.
Somebody needs to ask Boeing whether or not they have installed telemetry on board their modern aircraft and who has access to it apart from Boeing Engineers?
Boeing almost certainly know why the first jet crashed and were receiving in-flight telemetrics in real time during it’s flight.
Boeing needs to come clean and tell the public exactly what electronics their modern aircraft have on board because any such electronics can be hacked – potentially nobody is safe until we know.

Wilmers31
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Wilmers31

So many ‘important’ people have died in plane crashes. Even during the last Brazilian election campaign a contender of the tropical Trump Bolsonaro died in a plane crash. Maybe Olof Palme refused to fly and that’s why it happened as it did? Iranians would so much have liked to buy the 737 Max 8 but they were not allowed to. Could the 2 planes which came down have been equipped with some kind of sabotage that was meant for the Iranians and they forgot to take it out for the Indonesians and Ethiopians? I found that a breathtaking THEORY and… Read more »

Frankly Speaking
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Frankly Speaking

Ridiculous theory.

vexarb
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vexarb

Wilmers31: So many ‘important’ people have died in plane crashes.

That’s why the “mighty handful” of Coca Cola executives who know that secret recipe are forbidden to fly together.

mark
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mark

That’s a very interesting point. It’s entirely feasible. The US has specialized in aircraft/ helicopter crash assassinations for years.

milosevic
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milosevic

In that case, they wouldn’t bother with sabotage, they would just shoot them down, like they did with TWO Malaysian Airlines Boeing-777s in one year.

Helmut Taylor
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Helmut Taylor

Milly, just following the same procedure each time gets rather boring – so a change in tactics livens up the game – ottre?