Whidbey Island (Washington) plane crash was very likely a “vaxxident,” and now the most deadly so far during The Great Reset

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September 9, 2022 (updated *September 10, 2022 – 6:00 p.m. Pacific. See below)

The DHC-3 Otter aircraft involved in the September 4, 2022 crash in the Puget Sound, Washington state. Eleven people, including the pilot and an unborn baby, died. PHOTO CREDIT: Joe G. Walker.

WHIDBEY ISLAND, WASHINGTON — We want to emphasize that there is no definitive proof that the pilot of this plane was “vaccinated.” The company that operated the plane, however, frequently flies into Canada. All flight crews, pilots, truckers, passengers, etc. have been required to be fully vaccinated to travel in and out of Canada since January. Twelve of this particular plane’s final 29 flights went to Canada or originated in Canada (return trips).

Based on what’s unfolded so far since the Sunday, September 4 plane crash in the Puget Sound, all anyone, including the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), can and will be able to do is speculate as to what happened. Thus we have the right and the journalistic background to do so as well.

The de Havilland DHC-3 Otter float plane

The plane involved in this accident is tail number N725TH. It is a 1967 de Havilland DHC-3 fixed-wing, single engine “Otter” aircraft, according to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) data.

It was manufactured from 1951 to 1967. There were 466 of these planes produced in total. The crashed DHC-3 Otter had serial number 466, meaning it was the last and “newest” one produced. It is a short take off and landing (STOL) plane; it doesn’t need a lot of runway or water to take off and/or land.

This specific plane was used mostly for short flights. It took a total of 29 flights from August 26 until the crash. Only 10 of those flights lasted more than one hour. Its last voyage was the sixth flight of the day for this plane, according to FlightAware data. The plane was owned by Northwest Seaplanes Inc. and operated by Friday Harbor Seaplanes.

It was a 55-year-old aircraft. That doesn’t necessarily mean the plane is “bad,” if you will. Its airworthiness certificate was issued on May 12, 2014.

All airplanes must pass annual inspections to operate. Northwest Seaplanes posted a Facebook video last November prepping N725TH for its annual maintenance check.

The U.S. military was once de Havilland’s biggest customer. Militaries around the world have used these planes for rescue operations and to drop supplies in hard-to-reach areas for decades. There are still 68 of said planes registered with the FAA today. One report said there were 117 DHC-3 Otters registered in Canada in 2017.

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The DHC-3 Otter has a maximum capacity of 12 people, which can break down to two pilots and 10 passengers, or one pilot and 11 passengers. Thus the Whidbey Island flight was at full capacity. These planes can be configured with amphibious floats, standard wheels, or skis for landing on snow. In other words, they are meant to handle unusual terrain.

It’s unclear if the floats on N725TH were amphibious, meaning they also had wheels for potential landings on runways. Regardless, all reports refer to it as a “float plane” built to land on water.

From 900 feet to impact in five seconds, no mayday

The flight took off from Friday Harbor on San Juan Island (pinned below), Washington at 2:50 p.m. Pacific time. It was headed to Renton, Washington, about 12 miles south of Seattle.

It’s an 80-mile flight, about 40 minutes in the air. Note it’s about a four-hour drive from Friday Harbor to Renton (due to all the tolls and bridges) despite being only 115 miles of actual road. Ten of this plane’s last 29 flights were this same trip from Friday Harbor to Renton or vice versa. They all averaged about 38 total minutes in flight time.

What we know for certain is that there was no mayday (distress call) to air traffic control, according to several sources. Witnesses who saw the crash told The Seattle Times that at first, they thought the plane was landing (on water). “But it was coming in at a 45-degree angle,” one witness said. All accounts of the crash described a “huge splash,” a loud noise, then the plane completely disappearing underwater near Whidbey Island in Mutiny Bay (Puget Sound) at about 3:08 p.m. local time.

Reports indicate that the plane was just fine for the first 18 minutes of the flight. The Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS-B) data for the flight show that the plane was cruising at 900 feet from 3:08:00 p.m. to 3:08:48 p.m. It plunged to 800 feet at 3:08:50 p.m., then to 200 feet just three second later. It was off the radar thereafter. In other words the plane plunged at cruising speed from 900 feet in the air, into the water (that is 250-300 feet deep) nose-first in less than five seconds.

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The Times spoke to Ms. Kathleen Bangs, a pilot and spokeswoman for FlightAware. She emphasized that she’s only offering her opinion. But Ms. Bangs first stated the obvious – even with engine failure, the pilot could glide a float plane down safety into the water. Ms. Bangs then offered the following:

“When you see something like that, you think, ‘Could it have been a collision with something, could it have been pilot incapacitation, or could it have been intentional?’ Once you get those out of the way, the thing I’d be looking at is the age of the airplane.”

There are reports that the plane’s owner was on another flight right behind N725TH. He told media outlets that the plane looked like it was headed slightly off course in the moments before the crash.

The victims

There were 10 people, including the pilot, aboard the plane. All of them are presumed dead. Only one body has been recovered from the water. Civilian rescuers found the body of Ms. Gabrielle Hanna, 29, shortly after the crash.

Ms. Hanna, pictured above, was a lawyer at Cooley Law Firm in Seattle.

The pilot was Mr. Jason Winters (pictured above). Very little information is being reported about him – not even his age. The only Jason Winters in Washington listed in the FAA database says he received his commercial pilot certificate in September 2019. Northwest Seaplanes said via Instagram that he’d been flying since 1995. A GoFundMe page says Mr. Winters had a wife and “children.”

Mr. Ross Mickel, his eight-months pregnant wife Ms. Lauren Hilty, and their 22-month-old son Remy Mickel were also aboard, and presumed dead. Mr. Mickel was the founder of Ross Andrew Winery. Ms. Hilty is the sister of Broadway actress Megan Hilty. She posted about the crash via Instagram.

The couple had another daughter too. Megan Hilty said via Instagram, “Lauren and Ross left behind my niece who we are all holding in our hearts. Thankfully, she was not on the plane.” Megan also said that unborn Luca was the 11th victim.

Mr. and Mrs. Luke and Rebecca Ludwig (pictured above) were also on the plane. The couple, both 42 years old, lived in Shorewood, Minnesota – about 20 miles west of Minneapolis. They reportedly had children. But details are scant.

Mrs. Joanne Mera, 60 (pictured above), was the CEO of Pacific Event Productions in San Diego. She is survived by her husband and three children.

Ms. Patricia Hicks, 66 (front), and Ms. Sandy Williams, 61, were “partners,” according to the Spokesman-Review. Both lived in Spokane. Ms. Hicks was a retired teacher, while Ms. Williams was executive director of the nonprofit Carl Maxey Center. She also helped found the EWU Pride Center. The two were reportedly celebrating Ms. Williams’s birthday before the flight.

So what’s the verdict?

Again, all we can do is speculate. The active search for both the plane wreckage and bodies was called off on Monday, September 5. The Coast Guard searched 2,100 square nautical miles, to no avail. The NTSB is conducting the investigation. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are assisting in the search efforts. None of the plane’s wreckage had been found as of publishing. All that’s turned up so far are some personal belonging of the passengers, a seat cushion, and some papers.

The remaining bodies are likely already gone – eaten or decomposed. The Puget Sound salt water is corroding the metal parts of the plane. Bottom line is that any conclusion reached by the NTSB will be a guess on the #ABV spectrum. We’re entitled to speculate as well.

When someone spontaneously drops dead from the injections, it’s typically from a ruptured brain aneurysm or cardiac arrest. And it’s very sudden. Some examples caught on video include Saudi businessman Mr. Mohammed bin Nasser bin Wazan Al-Qahtani, Pakistan cop Mr. Malik Imtiaz Mahmood, and Indian singer Mr. Evada Basheer. Others, such as actress Ms. Heather McDonald, British television presenter Ms. Kate McCann, and the infamous Ms. Tiffany Dover, all (initially) survived after losing consciousness on camera.

The only thing that prevented the proverbial loud thud to the ground with Ms. Dover was all the people around her to stop it.

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When you press the yoke (“steering wheel”) forward on an airplane, it tips the nose down and brings the tail up. All eyewitness accounts say the plane went into the water nose first. The plane dropped from 900 feet to impact with the water in five seconds. Even if a bird or drone hit the plane, it’s not going to drop that fast at that angle. If planes were that fragile, there would be 50 plane crashes per day without “vaccines.” The plane would still glide for a while in the case of engine failure, not drop from 900 feet to impact in five seconds.

The only realistic cause of this crash was someone deliberately or otherwise pushing the yoke forward as hard as possible while the plane was traveling well over 100 mph. This blogger is neither a pilot nor an expert on airplanes. He has, however, watched several of those MayDay Wonder videos once all these unusual plane crashes started happening during The Great Reset. Said documentaries are interesting educations on air traffic terminology, basics of airplane mechanical operations, and what happens during a plane crash.

What this blogger is well-versed in, however, is post-injection deaths and how/why they occur. Our educated guess is that the pilot went into cardiac arrest or suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm, lost consciousness, slumped all of his weight forward on the yoke, and sent the plane straight into the water, nose first. Granted 900 feet isn’t that high up. But that’s still one-fifth of a mile covered in five seconds. There’s literally nothing else that could cause a small plane to nosedive that fast into the water.

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Some of those Wonder videos show pilots gliding large commercial jets with failed engines or other failed components, down to the surface of water for emergency landings. Nearly all of those “landings” ripped the planes apart just from gliding on the water’s surface. But this DHC-3 Otter could have easily been glided down by an experienced pilot, and landed safely in water in the event of engine or some other mechanical failure.

Most bird strikes do not cause crashes. They may kill the engine. But again, this particular plane is meant to glide and land on water. Further, a dead engine is not going to cause an airplane, even a single-engine one, to plummet from 900 feet to the water in five seconds. The speed at which this plane impacted the water means very little is likely left in large pieces.

The previous deadliest plane crash that points to “vaxxident” killed eight people. This one killed 10 plus one unborn. Boarding a plane at all in 2022 is foolish. Boarding a plane with only one pilot is a death wish. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.

UPDATE September 10, 2022 6:00 p.m. Pacific – This article set some people off

The COVID Blog™ moderators forwarded four comments citing an article published today by Aviation Law Group in Seattle about this crash. The crux of all these comments cite this part of the Aviation Law Group article:

“On June 20, 1989, DHC-3 Otter N41755 unexpectedly pitched nose down when the horizontal stabilizer jack-screw failed in flight. The cause was determined to be improper lubrication and excessive wear.”

The article goes on to compare the foregoing incident to Alaska Airline Flight 261. It involved a McDonnell-Douglas MD-83 commercial jet that crash-landed into the Pacific Ocean.

This is the plane that Aviation Law Group is comparing to a DHC-3 Otter.

The January 31, 2000 incident killed all 88 people onboard. This also happened to be the first #MayDay Wonder video this blogger watched last year. This campaign is obviously building up to an #ABV disposition from the NTSB, in regards to the September 4 crash.

The June 20, 1989 N41755 DHC-03 Otter “issue” was a hiccup. The pilot “landed safely by exerting a large amount of back pressure on the control wheel and adding nearly full engine power.” In other words, he pulled the yoke backwards to correct the issue. No damage was sustained in the landing. Conveniently these facts are omitted from the foregoing article.

N41755 was sold a couple months later and put right back into service. It actually got into another accident on July 22, 1992. The NTSB determined that an engine fire caused the crash. DHC-3 Otter N41755 sat around for over a decade until 2005 when Harbour Air in Vancouver bought it and repaired it. It was registered as “C-FHAX” with the Canadian Aircraft Registry in 2006. The plane is still in service today.

Comparing what is basically the equivalent of a flat tire on a car traveling 40 mph, to a tragedy that killed 88 people, and another tragedy that killed 11 people, is low-effort propaganda and deflection. We’re not going to allow that on this blog.

 

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Eron
Eron
25 days ago

First time commenting on here after reading for almost a year. Thank you so much for broadcasting this genocide to a worldwide audience. Theres such a wealth of information on here. It should be required reading for all vaxx zealots. Stay the course B.

donthatemetoomuch
25 days ago

“The active search for both the plane wreckage and bodies was called off on Monday, September 5. The Coast Guard searched 2,100 square nautical miles, to no avail.”

That reminded me of a movie quote (‘the fugitive’ (1994)) : “go get a kenpo and catch the fish that ate them”.

JimmyT
JimmyT
25 days ago

I used to be in aviation in the Coast Guard as flight crew. I think you nailed this one Brian!
I also agree about flying in 2022. Flyer beware!

Frank DiGorgio
Frank DiGorgio
25 days ago
Reply to  JimmyT

There’s 4 airline pilots that live on my street block including my nextdoor neighbor. I’m going to ask their opinions on this crash. I’m pretty sure what happened, but curious on their response. Yep, all 4 are pilots on my street block are jabbed. They told me they were jabbed. I seriously doubt the crash was mechanical. One of the reasons I wanted to fly in a float plane is their safety record. I’ve lived in western WA for 30 years and this is the first that I can remember that a float plane went down. They float on water and glide forever. Unless the pilot purposely did a nosedive, which I doubt because 99.99999% of pilots absolutely love to fly, it was probably the result of the suicide jab.

Gote Sverige
Gote Sverige
21 days ago
Reply to  Frank DiGorgio

Hi. My dad is a pilot and I grew up flying with him as a kid, we flew his Cessna 182 from Renton airport. He always explained that engine failure was a concern but he could glide it into a field. When we flew it to California he flew over I5 thinking if any problem he’d try to land on it, and that was his guidance too. It was fun. Now my son is learning to be a pilot and I have flown my dad’s plane as much as he let me without a license, taking the controls. When this story broke I just automatically assumed the pilot passed out and hit the yoke, sending it straight down; otherwise he would have sent a distress signal. There is no doubt he was jabbed in my mind. The airline would have required it especially due to the Canada landings. His wife, if she has any dignity, should make it public and come forward offering the possibility that he had a heart attack.

Last edited 21 days ago by Gote Sverige
James
James
25 days ago

This one hits close to home. My SIL lives on Orcas, one of the islands in the San Juan Islands group. We visit out there most summers, but have never visited Friday Harbor. We’ve watched many of those same planes take off and land from the harbor at Rosario. They float right up to the marina dock. Probably owned by the same company.

Dayna
Dayna
24 days ago
Reply to  James

Float planes were the one type of plane I felt safe on because I’d always thought if something goes wrong at least it can land on the water safely. Not anymore.

Rox
Rox
25 days ago

Great advice!!!! “Boarding a plane at all in 2022 is foolish. Boarding a plane with only one pilot is a death wish”.

Mike
Mike
24 days ago
Reply to  Rox

Uhm …… No.

Boarding a plane in 2022 with a *vaxxed* pilot is foolish and a death wish.

Jonathan
Jonathan
24 days ago
Reply to  Rox

I would not fly in any single piloted aircraft these days unless I was upfront in the right seat. At least then I know no one in the aircraft will die even if the pilot happens to.

Aidan
Aidan
24 days ago
Reply to  Jonathan

Just bring with you a wee parachute on a plane incase it all goes tits up.

Eman
Eman
23 days ago
Reply to  Rox

If a pilot suddenly slumped over the yoke at 900ft there would be very little a co-pilot could do unless the g-forces pushed the incapacitated pilot back into his seat allowing for auxiliary control takeover of the co-pilot, which in this case would all happen under 5 seconds and wouldn’t provide the necessary recovery room. And that’s assuming the planes superstructure could withstand the extreme forces without breaking up mid-flight.

Frank DiGorgio
Frank DiGorgio
25 days ago

I live in the area and there really wasn’t much local news coverage except that a float plane went down, then on to the next story.

I always wanted to fly in a float plane. Not now with only one pilot unless I can get proof they are NOT jabbed with the death vax. I wonder how many passengers on the plane were jabbed??? R.I.P.

Rox
Rox
25 days ago
Reply to  Frank DiGorgio

Its likely only the 22 month old was unvaxxed. The smartest one on the plane.

Last edited 25 days ago by Rox
Lilly
Lilly
21 days ago
Reply to  Rox

Don’t count on it. The baby was “eligible” and if the parents were dumb enough to take the satanic transhumanism poison, they probably dosed the child too.

Dee
Dee
24 days ago
Reply to  Frank DiGorgio

We can almost bet the lesbians were!

Kiel
Kiel
24 days ago
Reply to  Frank DiGorgio

“I always wanted to fly in a float plane. Not now with only one pilot unless I can get proof they are NOT jabbed with the death vax.”
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I live in Alaska, and have flown on DeHavalland Beavers (6-Seater version of the Otter) countless times while commuting. They are special planes, old school, very rugged – you’ll feel like you’re flying something out of WWI or WWII. If you can find an unvaxxed, experienced bush pilot, it’s a memory you’ll never forget.

Annie
Annie
25 days ago

What a horrible tragedy. 😞 And that dear precious little boy. I hope their last moments were without suffering. RIP ❤🙏

Atom man
Atom man
25 days ago
Reply to  Annie

Just 5 seconds before dying – moments of pure panic and then the answer to the most important question in life. You guess if anyone knew what was happening they would try to enter the cockpit and pull the “yoke” back but the cockpit door was likely locked and they were already tumbling about on the inside of the plane during the abrupt dive – it was too late. There was not enough time to take decisive action. Stories like this make me thankful that I am still alive. Time to do something with it.

Rob Meldrum
Rob Meldrum
24 days ago
Reply to  Atom man

These floatplanes don’t have a locked cockpit door. A passenger is sitting in the copilot seat. I agree with Brian’s assessment. The pilot most likely had a cardiac event and slumped forward. The passenger in the copilot seat literally had three seconds to react, pull the pilot off the yoke, and then pull back on the copilot’s yoke. Impossible. The water goes from shallow to a thousand feet deep in a hundred yards or so. If the plane did not shatter, then it took everyone and the luggage straight to the bottom. The one body they recovered was either in the copilot seat or the one directly behind. The only plausible scenario is a dramatic medical event that happened to the pilot.

Eman
Eman
23 days ago
Reply to  Rob Meldrum

I agree, except the tremendous g-forces would have prevented anyone from moving forward into the cockpit; they would have been stuck in there seats.

MM
MM
25 days ago

Pilot passed out onto the wheel— sounds about right given the circumstances.

John McClane
John McClane
25 days ago

I feel sorry for the children lost and any children left behind who have lost their parents. I wonder will MSM refer to the unborn victim as a child and not a fetus or clump of cells.

Only ones I do not feel sorry for are, ‘Ms. Patricia Hicks, 66, and Ms. Sandy Williams, 61, were “partners,”… good riddance to them as they now answer for what they’ve done.

Stepping22
Stepping22
25 days ago
Reply to  John McClane

Perhaps, you may want to rethink that.

We all will answer for what we’ve done one day whether straight or otherwise.

On the cross during his time of intense agony, the one by whom all things were created, Jesus, said, “father forgive them for they know not what they do”. Trust me if the all knowing, all sufficient and all powerful Son could say this, then we truly don’t know what we are doing even though we look like we do. However, his plea for us on the rugged cross DOES NOT ABSOLVE OR EXCUSE OUR ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY for any wrong.

Recall, this was his heartfelt prayer for the Roman soldiers and others who put him on the cross.

A profound and unfathomable ENTRY OF FORGIVENESS has been credited to the life journal of every human being. But just like in accounting any credit requires a corresponding and equal debit entry to be balanced. The forgiveness he paid dearly to provide requires OUR WILLING REPENTANCE (turning away from sin) for it to be balanced or valid.

5secs is indeed a very long time for any of the grown passengers to say “Jesus have mercy on me a wretched sinner”. Barring that, the eternal fires of hell is inevitable.

Kiel
Kiel
24 days ago
Reply to  Stepping22

However, his plea for us on the rugged cross DOES NOT ABSOLVE OR EXCUSE OUR ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY for any wrong.
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Uh, yeah, we tried playing along with the ‘We just want somebody to love, to be able to visit our loved one in the hospital.’ thingy.

As it turned-out, they wanted drag shows for kindergarten children, hormone blockers for adolescents, state financed sex changes and queer counselors to convert the young and/or confused.

It seems they LIED.

Gee, who saw that coming – maybe the Prince of Peace who said something about them being better off with a millstone tied around their neck?

James
James
24 days ago
Reply to  John McClane

I get how you feel, given all that’s been happening in the culture over the past few years. I feel sorry for them in the sense that they were slaves to their sins. It’s easy to be angry at them and their agenda, but in the end, we’re all guilty before God, barring the gift of his perfect righteousness.

Jesus is my vaccine
Jesus is my vaccine
24 days ago

I believe we are going to see more tragedies like this. And many more car accidents. Be very very careful everyone

Omri Hussain
Omri Hussain
24 days ago

Brian, you are right, there is no evidence to suggest this horrific plane crash was caused by the Covid19 vaccine. However, I am of the opinion the Covid-19 vaccine was to blame. Statistically, air travel is the safest form of travel. It is the most monitored form of travel for health and safety. Pilots take years to quality and are subject to intense health and safety regulations. A lot of commercial and private flights have been running into difficulty recently. Statistically this shouldn’t be happening. Why? Because the Covid19 vaccine is to blame.
This is just the beginning. Already vaccinated passengers on commercial flights are dying suddenly. It is common knowledge flying is a very dangerous thing any vaccinated person can do. It is only a matter of time before an aviation tragedy hundred times worse than this will happen. God have mercy on the victims of this aviation tragedy. Rest in peace.

Jonathan
Jonathan
24 days ago

I recall a couple of previous accidents in the past that share some similarities. In one, the finding was that the pilot (of a Beaver float plane in Australia) succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning from a leak in the exhaust manifold. Almost the same thing happened – a very quick, steep dive into the water from a low altitude. in another, the elevator control cable broke, again causing an instant, high speed dive.

Jim
Jim
24 days ago

I agree with your assessment. If this keeps happening, eventually the injected pilots should not be licensed. Turn that one in .. keep your Pfizer record card.

Same for driving around. So far i haven’t seen it around here. There’s not really much you can do in defense.

James
James
24 days ago
Reply to  Jim

No one I know in my circle is vax injured or has died, thankfully. But I’ve seen a lot more wrecks lately. Where we live there are wrecks almost daily because of the heavy traffic volume and the lack of sufficient roads. But the wrecks are increasing, with the cars ending up in strange, inexplicable positions. Several were very unusual. One car ran off the interstate, across a ditch and into a fence, completely perpendicular to the highway. Another car ran off a small service road and halfway through the chain link fence at a gentle curve. Back in July, I came across possibly the worst wreck I’ve ever seen. I drove down that same offramp a few days later to see if I could re-create the accident in my mind, and I couldn’t. I don’t know how those vehicles managed to crash and end up in the positions they were in. With regard to the float planes, aren’t commercial flights of any kind required to have two pilots, or are there exceptions to these rules?

Not woke
Not woke
24 days ago

What a terrifying way to go – vaxxidents, vaccinocide, vaids. The bad news just keeps on coming and alphabet MSM just keeps on censoring. Thanks for this article about a fully loaded Otter, a time tested and trustworthy aircraft, falling from the sky in a matter of seconds. frightening

Grace
Grace
24 days ago

You make an excellent case for this being another vaxxident. If so, vaxxed and unvaxxed alike (if there were any unvaxxed) on the plane were killed by the pilot’s injections, This is probably a stretch, but the sister is a broadway actress and most likely lives in that Hollywood-type bubble of supporting the latest thing, and they’re family, so, idk, just noticing things, like SEATTLE, too. I’d say it’s a very high probability the pilot was injected with the poison.

Wollio
Wollio
24 days ago

I do not want to fly in an airplane ever again. I work remotely and my employer has mentioned here and there about having me come to the main office 1200 miles away for some training, meetings, etc. I keep putting it off saying my family obligations will not allow me to be that far away, etc. Any suggestions or do I just tell them that I refuse to fly ever again if they want to require it?

Q P
Q P
24 days ago
Reply to  Wollio

Tell them you can’t fly. Buy a small RV and offer to drive. It will take a while, but it’s a great experience. Make a point to enjoy the journey.

shadowman
shadowman
23 days ago
Reply to  Wollio

Wollio — tell your employer that you refuse to fly because it’s not safe & this very incident posted in this blog article proves it. Also there is the case of American Airlines Captain Bob Snow, who on April 9, 2022 went into cardiac arrest just 6 minutes after landing his plane. There was a May 13, 2022 article right here on this very blog, which can be found
by clicking the search icon at the upper right-hand corner of this very web page and just type “American Airlines Captain Bob Snow” in the search field & it will point you to that article.

Just point your employer to these two articles right here & tell them that this is all the proof
anyone needs that flying is too risky at this stage of the game & that you will NOT do it.

Also, ask your employer if there is any way that they can offer the training REMOTELY,
because after all, you are working REMOTELY for them.

Joekerr
Joekerr
24 days ago

Two weeks ago a 50 year old friend of mine was sitting on his couch in front of the tv and his life just ended without a sound; as if someone flipped a switch. He, as well as his whole family, was vaxxed. And nobody suspects the jab at all.

Rain Waters
Rain Waters
23 days ago
Reply to  Joekerr

Too many examples to share. . . We tried so hard to warn them and they still got that stupid shot. Almost like too chicken to mouth a 38 slug so they let “society” pull the trigger for them.

Now I struggle with the question their “untimely passing” inevitably brings. . . .

Did I really want such pathetic garbage as adults in my grandchildrens world anyway ?

shadowman
shadowman
23 days ago
Reply to  Joekerr

Sorry about the loss of your friend, Joekerr. Over a year ago, Dr. Charles Hoffe went public with his
D-Dimer tests and reported that 62% percent of his test subjects that had received the jab had showed blood-clot buildup happening in their bodies. Dr. Hoffe is a Canadian doctor and the Canadian government put a gag order on Dr. Hoffe for his testimony.

Dr. Hoffe did imply that it’s like a slow kill-switch has been activated & that many of these subjects could be dead within 3 years. It’s reasonable to suspect that this could be what happened to your friend. Sorry, man.

donthatemetoomuch
23 days ago
Reply to  Joekerr

“sitting on his couch in front of the tv”

If I do that, please just shoot me.

Gote Sverige
Gote Sverige
21 days ago
Reply to  Joekerr

My childhood friend visited me a few months ago and said her dad was having a birthday party in Seattle, and his sister just fell face first on the floor dead on the spot, no warning nothing. She would have been around 70

Bluerose
Bluerose
24 days ago

Sound coverage as usual Brian. Thanks for the update. I flew yesterday from West to East Coast. I must say the worst did cross my mind. I was grateful when we landed safe. RIP to all. A pregnant woman and her family? That’s just awful.

Eman
Eman
23 days ago

Strange how they cannot find the wreckage or the bodies in such a small area in water that isn’t very deep. I’ve done technical dives down over 200ft and 250-300ft of water is dangerous to dive in but nothing out of the question as long as you adhere to the strict decompression schedule on the ascent.

i don’t know the conditions of the water as far as current goes and it’s safe to say the plane likely hit the water in excess of 200mph and broke into many pieces which would scatter as they sank, making recovery more difficult. Unless the bodies were torn to pieces then I don’t see how they only found one. Predation could help account for it, but there is no way they’ve decomposed in just one week and I find it a little puzzling why this article suggests the plane is succumbing to corrosion from salt water in also just one week, which shouldn’t really effect the recovery efforts. The engine block should still be in one piece. There’s definitely something fishy about this crash and I’m guessing they don’t want to find the plane because they already know he answers and some answers are best left buried.

Rob Meldrum
Rob Meldrum
23 days ago
Reply to  Eman

I’ll add on to a point I made earlier. I’ve boated that area of the Puget Sound for over ten years. The water depth goes from shallow to nearly a thousand feet in about a hundred yards. Those Beaver planes are stout – really well built. They don’t fly fast, they can’t, not with those big pontoons. The cruising speed of the Beaver is 143 mph. Figure it hit the water at maybe 200 mph. It would not have shattered into a million pieces. It hit the water, the windows broke, and it sank rapidly. Let’s say the depth of the water was 500 feet. The water temp there is about 55-60 degrees. Divers need dry suits there. No one can dive 500 feet for enough time to do a search. The plane won’t be found. The bodies won’t be found. Too many crabs to take care of organic materials (like their bodies). We would go crabbing in that general area and a whole turkey leg would be completely devoured in a couple of hours at 70 feet of water.

Eman
Eman
23 days ago
Reply to  Rob Meldrum

You’re right, a diver cannot stay at that depth for more than a minute or so, regardless of gas mixture, thus a search is impracticable. But a diver could be sent down to verify potential findings from side scan sonar on a particular spot. I didn’t realize the depth dropped off so quickly, which certainly complicates things and goes beyond scuba limitations.

I may sound a little controversial, but a diver does not need dry-suits in 55-60 degree water. A 7mm wetsuit is more than adequate with a hood, gloves and boots. I dove on the Keystorm in the St. Lawrence in 40 degree water many times with a 7-millimeter wetsuit. I also performed my check-out dives at eaton-brook reservoir under a thermocline of 35 degrees on a metal platform about 50 feet down, so I can tell you with assurance the temperature is not a factor in the recovery equation. I only had a 3mm wetsuit on at the time and we were down for over an hour at 38 degrees F.

Also, as far as predation, crabs would still leave a skeleton. Submersibles should also easily be able to find the wreckage with the use of a magnetometer, even at 1000ft+.

The Ogs
The Ogs
23 days ago

I can remember when it would be considered a brave thing, to strap your hugely-pregnant wife and tiny toddler son into an airplane, and off we go over the open water…
But these days that would be considered old-fashioned.
It is of course terribly unfortunate what happened for everyone, and my condolences to them all.
So we already can’t trust doctors – and now pilots..?

Atom man
Atom man
22 days ago
Reply to  The Ogs

Back in the middle 1980s, the FSU football team was flying back from a game in North Carolina and flew through a bad electrical storm. Sports journalist Bill McGrotha may have been on the plane to ask FSU Coach Bobby Bowden about the storm. I think the question was why if he was a religious man he might be worried. Bowden said something like, “I am not worried about me but I worry about what God has in mind for that pilot up there”!

Also I had a science colleague whose wife was a nurse who refused to fly. She had been a cheerleader in high school I think it was and the electrical storm she flew through with a group of them coming back from a trip to a cheerleader competition was so severe that she told God if he would let her live she would never fly again!

Alan King
Alan King
23 days ago

Flying in a single pilot airplane only 5 seconds from a crash for 40 minutes does NOT sound like a safe choice. Had the flight been at 5000 feet altitude you’d have 30 seconds to crash, enough time for a passenger to get control of the aircraft. If an autopilot had been engaged when the pilot became incapacitated, the yoke would have had no effect and a safe landing could have been made by a passenger with proper guidance. Whoever was responsible for establishing this unsafe flight protocol should be held acciuntable.

Jonathan
Jonathan
22 days ago
Reply to  Alan King

These smaller, older aircraft have direct mechanical cable linkages from the yoke to the control surfaces and had the autopilot been on, any subsequent deflection upon the yoke (on either the pitch or roll axis) would automatically disconnect the autopilot. So if a pilot did slump over the yoke, the autopilot would disengage. At least with the Otter there is usually a yoke on the passenger side all the time whereas the Beavers usually have a single yoke that throws over from one side to the other. I would much “prefer” to be a right seat passenger in an Otter than a Beaver simply because I would have full control access though of course an incapacitated pilot would impede any control movement if they were slumped forward (which is what happened in the Beaver accident at Jerusalem Bay in Australia back in 2017).

Last edited 22 days ago by Jonathan
Angie
Angie
23 days ago

I’m trying to convince my family not to fly anymore. I sent them a link to this article but it didn’t really persuade them to take it seriously. I’m asking for help. what do you all think? does anyone have a list of dead pilots that have died in 2022, 2021, 2020? i think, the numbers should be high since most of them are jabbed. what else should i send them? just looking for ideas.

In the end, i can’t control them and i don’t want too. All i can do is pray for them and just pray for their soul, In Jesus Name.

I personally will not fly anymore and if it turns out that im left alone to care for myself, than so be it. I pray that if the day comes that I remain content and don’t blame Jesus for anyting…but that i prasie him for saving me and giving me life. in the end, Folks have free choice. they have a choice to take the jabbed or not. My family and i are not jabbed and its sad to hear that they would still consider flying on an airplane and risk their lives just to have fun for a week in NYC or elsewhere.

becuase i am angry, ive been calling them fucking idots but again, what can you do. in the end, i can only control what i do and don’t do. just for the record, it would suck being alone during this time of the great reset but i will stay alert and continue to fight for myself. which is all that i can do.

just kinda sucks that this nightmare can get even worst.

on a positive note, I love the articles that you write Brian and the articles really have been informing. your jouralistic research/reporting is top notch and i hope u keep it up. i wish i could research just like you do. could u write a detailed article on how you go about researching? pointers would be great. but u are a busy person so no worries if you don’t get to it.

#thisismyfirsttimecommenting

Stepping22
Stepping22
21 days ago
Reply to  Angie

Your perspective on not flying again is interesting…

The way I see it is this, it’s a risk game. Two pilots on a commercial flight are highly unlikely to stroke out at the same time. I guess this is way your family and others who are awake thinks. If so, I can understand why…

We can’t allow these evil World Engenics Forum and the minions to control every aspect of our lives. Dont you think that if we all stopped flying out of fear then we would aided them in achieving a critical part of their great reset- stopped humanity from using airplanes.

Against this evil and ongoing backdrop, pls remember that Jesus has won the ultimate victory, the devil himself can only go so far- he was summarily defeated 2000yrs ago.

Angie
Angie
21 days ago
Reply to  Stepping22

I agree, we shouldn’t live in fear. and yes Jesus has won already. i wait till the day he calls me home. i pray this prayer, all the time. i still won’t get on an airplane. i do drive but not frequently. I been working from home since feb of 2020. since that time, Ive changed 3 jobs all while maintaining my freedom and never had to go into debt. my family is free (obviously), to do what they wish, but i will wait and see how this year and 2023, 2024, and 2025 play out. when i speak to my girl-friends about truth persecution, we all think its going to get worst as time goes on. we all frequently pray together and ask Jesus to give us Strength and wisdom on how to keep our freedom and never compromise. I love my family very much. I’m not controlling, or at least, i try not to be…LOL.

thanks for you comment reply, it was nice to hear someone elses thoughts on the matter that doesn’t know me. sometimes, i feel as if people are telling me what i want to hear and not what i should hear. they’re good friends for sure but that is why we need honest and open lines of communications (fellowship), to keepo ourselves in check.

jwheeler
jwheeler
21 days ago

What is the theory behind pilots going down mid-flight? Is the altitude affecting the blood clotting? Or is it just chance that the vax effects are taking place at the time when they happen to be flying? Something seems to be happening here, but just trying to figure this out.

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