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Flight 214 Hoax Confirmed – Proof Two Planes were Used
Credit to Max Malone and his team. This video summarizes that work and provides additional compelling proof of the staging of this fake event with two planes.
See this, from one of our posters, who is in the business at SFO airport:
This lying false flag crisis actor`s most recent gig was at SFO supposedly as a crash survivor of the Asiana 777 that never really crashed. I’m a mechanic at SFO at united moc and I’m telling you no airplane crashed and the whole f n thing was staged and performed by paid crisis actors. That airplane was set on fire and burned as a training exercise just like ive seen them do many times in the past 16 yrs I’ve been there, then its put out by the airport fire dept… You’re being lied to and brainwashed by the mainstream media with these disaster performances staged to methodically enforce their agenda on you and you keep taking it and refuse to look at the obvious proof of their deception instead choosing to mock and degrade the truth seekers who are desperately trying to get you to simply look at the evidence and ask questions when something doesn’t fit rather than just blindly accepting and believing whatever you see on TV. I was there people and I’m telling you there was no Asians 777 airplane crash at SFO on 7-6-13 only a fire exercise, two different airplanes, and a couple dozen crisis actors playing their parts to make you sheeple out there believe a 777 crashed and burned. Come on people, wake the fuk up and see what’s going on.
Looking at these two photos:
- The grass in the first one is not three feet (as the video in the opening post said) but more like three inches.
- The grass or ground above the lime green fire truck in the second image appears to have similar tire marks as the grass in the first image, and similar coloring (allowing for the darker image.)
- The pavement that cuts across the foreground of the first image may or may not be in the part of the second image that obscures the ground with the fire truck and some sort of white stuff (the foam?)
In sum, I don't see unambiguous differences that force me to conclude that these are images of different planes or on different days (much less different years, as the video in the opening post said).
Korean Family Fakes Injuries, Proves Flight 214 Hoax.
Note: this is powerful proof on its own. There is even more powerful proof that will be published shortly to add to this pool of evidence. An update or new post on this injury-faking family will be added, God willing, as soon as possible. Of note, there are pictures of the use of actual moulage, notably on older sister Sarah’s legs, and this will be demonstrated as soon as possible.
UPDATE: that is up, now, see: http://nodisinfo.com/Home/19619/
The proof is easy. It is in the fake injuries. The fakers in question are the Jang family. This family is instrumental in establishing and perpetuating the hoax with their filthy lies and fabrications.
The Jang parents have solicited their children to tell bold lies and to fake their injuries, just as their parents spew their venom by faking their injuries as well. People are dying all over the world from real injuries, real mass transit accidents, real car crashes, and real bombs, as well as terror, and all we get are the fakes. In this case it is one entire family of fakes, working in unison.
Look at these fakers. They are all fraudsters and phonies. None of the were injured to the slightest degree.
Plane crash victims from a hard landing on pavement. Really? They simply lied to the world. The plane crash hoax has already been proven. Therefore, any claim by these individuals for injuries is yet an additional hoax, easy to reveal.
The cast is of no purpose, as she actually has no injuries.The crutches and braces as well as all else are props.
They are a mighty happy family for enduring a near fatal plane crash, where they were tumbled about and had the holdings of the seats they sat in snapped off: the fright, the anguish, the fear, the pandemonium–even the anger and frustration, all are noticeably absent. Also absent is even the slightest evidence of pain or injury – no real limps, no real injuries, no real wounds, not even a bruise.
Here is another picture of these fraudsters. They have told so many lies they are having a hard time keeping track of them, but, in particular, older sister Esther seems to be an expert liar. Even so, they are showing off the fake battle scars as a psychological operation against the American people.
On their way home came the moment the Jang family cannot and will not forget.
Jun and his wife Shinyi were sitting in row 40, during the 10 hour flight. Their three children sat together across the aisle.
“During the landing process I was mostly asleep,” Jun said. “As I was waking up I just heard a big noise, [a] big bang.”
Jun suspects the impact knocked him out.
“The next thing that I remember is that I’m laying down on a field being treated by the first responders.”
Editor’s note: Really? Knocked out? Now, nothing but amnesia? Or, is it mere confusion about which lie to tell next, forgetting whatever lies were spewed prior? This is Jang, after all, sliding down the slide. Does he appear to be unconscious, here? That is by his own admission Jun Jang and Shinyi Jang on that slide, and he is obviously lucid and aware of his surroundings.
He was taken to an emergency room in an ambulance.
“From there on it was all chaos,” Jun said. “I didn’t really have any time to think about anything else.”
As he sat in his Greenwood Village home on Monday, surrounded by his children, he recalled what they told him about the events of that fateful day in San Francisco.
“We were both on the floor of the airplane. I don’t remember how we got out of the seat, but you know, the impact created such force that I think our chairs fell on the floor,” Jun said.
“My kids tells me that actually I got up from my seat in the airplane and I walked to the front of the plane,” Jun said. “And then I took the slide and I kind of came to this place where everybody congregated.”
“But, I don’t remember any of that,” he clarified. “This is my kids telling me what I did.”
What a fraudster that he has TAUGHT his children to tell lies, and now he is hiding behind them.
He says his wife also has no recollection of sliding out of the plane. But they know they did because someone took pictures of them sliding down together.
“And the next thing you know is I’m on a bed in a hospital,” Jun said.
Jun fractured his foot, skull and spine – and is wearing a neck brace. His wife, who suffered the most serious injuries of the family, is confined to a body brace.
The kids, 15-year-old Esther, 13-year-old Joseph and 11-year-old Sarah walked away from the wreckage with minor injuries.
“I still can’t believe that actually happened,” said Joseph Jang, who hopped right on his bike the day after the family returned home. “I’m really happy that our whole family’s like alive.”
“I’m very thankful of that,” Jun said. “[I'm] very thankful that we are here to talk about it to each other.”
And talk, they did. His well-spoken kids were eager to share memories about their once-in-a-lifetime experience.
“I remember I was really excited to finally get off the plane after a really long flight from Korea,” Esther said. “And then all of a sudden [a] huge impact hit us and we were bouncing all over the place – and then just stopped.”
“Things were falling on us,” said Sarah, who suffered only a broken finger.
“I was like holding onto like my seat for like, like my dear life,” Joseph said. “I looked over to my mom and dad – and all three of us were calling their names and we just heard them moaning. So we knew that they were still alive.”
“Me and my brother and sister were taken to an exit on the right,” Esther said.
“She couldn’t go off that exit because there wasn’t a slide,” Joseph said.
Esther couldn’t jump off because her ankle was injured.
“So, a flight attendant showed me to another exit with a slide,” Esther said. “I feel really blessed and I thank God that all of us made it out of the crash.”
Esther later found out her foot was sprained.
“I feel lucky,” Sarah said, smiling, surrounded by her family.
“I just thank God,” Jun said. “I think his hands [were] on us to protect us.”
He says the experience has given his family some much-needed perspective.
“We should value our life preciously,” Jun said. “I think this is going to bring our family a lot closer together. This is going to be a sort of life-changing event for us.”
“Yes, I’m going to be much nicer to my sisters,” Joseph said with his boyish grin.
“I feel lucky, like my whole family,” Sarah smiled. “I’m definitely going to remember this because it’s very big.”
“I’m definitely a lot more thankful for my life and everything else I have,” Esther said. “I hope that we all heal quickly.”
“My mom’s doing a lot better than right after the crash, when she couldn’t even move,” Esther said. “But now she can kind of get around on her own. But, she’s in pain.”
Their proud father smiles and laughs as he watches and listens to them recount the events of the past week. But, he also took a private moment to remember other girls who weren’t so lucky – who lost their lives that day.
“Just behind my kids, there were four Chinese girls,” Jun said. “I believe that two out of those four were those students that got killed during the accident. And you know it’s even more chilling to think about that. My kids were like inches away from those seats. It’s just more to be thankful of that we are here.”
Are these people Zionists? Seems to be the trend in South Korea:
‘THIS WAY WE’LL BE GENIUSES TOO’
“We were very curious about the Jews’ outstanding academic achievements,” explains South Korean Ambassador to Israel Young Sam Ma, who was a guest on Channel 1′s “Culture Today” show.
“The Jews have a high percentage of Nobel Prize laureates in all fields: In literature, science and economics. It’s an amazing achievement.
“We tried to understand the secret of the Jewish people. How do they – more than other nations – manage to reach such impressive achievements? How is it that Jews are such geniuses? The conclusion we reaches is that one of your secrets is studying Talmud.
Korean version of Talmud (photo courtesy of South Korean Embassy)
“Jews read the Talmud from an early age, and we believe it helps them develop great abilities. This understanding led us to the conclusion that we should also teach children Talmud. We believe that if we teach our children Talmud we could also be geniuses. And that’s what stands behind the decision to read Talmud at home.”
Young says he himself has been reading the Talmud since a very early age. “It’s considered very significant studying,” he stresses. “The result is that there are more Koreans who have a copy of the Talmud at home than Jews in Israel.
Another article, CNN
Colorado teen Esther Jang and her younger siblings can vividly recall the terrifying moments their doomed Asiana Airlines plane crashed during landing, snapping their heads forward and causing an avalanche of luggage and splintered seats.
“We were all bouncing all over the place,” 15-year-old Esther told CNN. “I just remember there being dust everywhere. I was freaking out, and then it just stopped.”
They were sitting near the back of the ill-fated Boeing 777, close to where the tail ripped off at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday.
“During the time it was crashing, I thought it was all like a dream because I didn’t know (if) it was actually happening,” 13-year-old Joseph Jang told CNN in an exclusive interview.
“After everything stopped and then I realized I was alive, I looked over and I saw my brother and sister. They were both fine,” Esther said.
“Then I looked over at my mom and my dad (across the aisle), and they were both on the floor because their seats fell down. And I called their names out, and they both, like, moaned kind of,” she recalled during her hospital interview.
Joseph said he also tried calling out to his parents through the hazy chaos, but he was still strapped to his seat and stunned to the point that he stopped breathing.
MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ/AP
This aerial photo shows the wreckage of the Asiana Flight 214 airplane after it crashed at the San Francisco International Airport in San Francisco, on Saturday.
“I got the wind knocked out of me, so I couldn’t breathe for a couple of seconds,” he said. “I was just hoping I could get some air because it was really scary.”
The emergency evacuation started immediately, with flight attendants telling passengers to “get out any way you can,” 11-year-old Sarah Jang recalled.
The plane already spent the fuel needed for its 10-hour flight from Seoul, but there was still the threat of a deadly fire.
“My brother and sister both went out an exit on the right. And then I realized that I was limping, and their exit did not have a slide,” Esther told CNN.
She said a flight attendant saw her struggling and jumped into action, helping her to a slide on the opposite side of the wreckage.
Sarah recalled waiting more than an hour for all the family members to reunite outside the aircraft.
She said her worries intensified when the flames and smoke erupted.
“I was wondering if they were out of the plane, or still in the plane,” she told CNN.
“When we all reunited — like, my family and I — I was really glad, so I started crying,” Joseph said.
They were injured, but not seriously.
Joseph suffered a minor fracture in his back. Esther needs crutches for a sprained foot, and Sarah has a splint for a fractured finger.
“I describe this experience as I got really lucky,” Joseph said. “We all got really lucky.”
The family had just spent a month in South Korea so the kids could enjoy an immersive cultural experience.
They’re expected to board another flight to Denver in the coming days.
“My life flashed before my eyes. I thank God that me and my family are safe,” Esther wrote in a post-crash Facebook post.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/colo-teens-asiana-crash-experience-article-1.1394127#ixzz2ZkjNtD4j
Family Back In Colorado After Surviving Asiana Plane Crash
The Jang family of five arrived home this weekend. They feel lucky to have all survived.
“As i was waking up, I just (heard) a big bang – impact,” Jun Jang said.
Heading home from South Korea, the Jang family was sitting three rows from the back of Asiana Flight 214. They say they had no warning from the pilot before the tail hit the sea wall.
“When I saw the video I couldn’t believe that we survived that plane crash because it almost flipped over,” Joseph Jang said.
Joseph’s older sister checked to see if they were alive.
“I looked to my parents and they were on the floor and I called out their name and they moaned and I knew they were alive and I just wanted to get out off the plane,” Esther Jang said.
“I remember something crashed down from the ceiling of the airplane and then felt my chair going backward, and then after that I don’t remember anything,” Shinyi Jang said.
Shinyi suffered a spinal injury, but somehow, made it to a slide. Once outside, she gathered her wits to find her family.
“I opened my eyes and I saw my three children and then my husband with a bloody face,” she said.
“That’s the amazing part; I just thank God that we’re still alive,” Jun said. “The fact that all five of us are here talking to you, it’s a miracle.”
Shinyi will be in a body brace for another six weeks. All but one of them suffered at least a tiny fracture.
Conclusion: it is very simple. The plane crash is fake. Thus, all injuries are fakes, and those who claim actual trauma from a supposed Flight 214 crash are fraudsters.