A bizarre conspiracy theory suggests that North Korea is to be blamed for the disappearance of the jet and all 239 people on board.Rumours have circulated that Kim may have ordered the hijacking the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 when it vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014.Three years after the Boeing 777 went awol above the Indian Ocean the search has ended meaning we may never know what happened.Malaysia is in a furious row with North Korea after their secret agents used a chemical nerve-agent to assassinate Kim’s own half-brother Kim Jong-nam in Kuala Lumpur airport.
A theory circulating on social media site Reddit suggests that MH370 had enough fuel to be hijacked to North Korea.The idea has some precedent as the island nation did the same thing with Korean Air Lines YS-11, a South Korean plane hijacked in 1969.An anonymous aviation worker, speaking to eTurbonews claimed that Kim wanted a “really, really huge plane” for technology advancements and that he had his eyes set on a Boeing 777.
REDDITSOLVED: This photo was posted on Reddit to back up the claims
Nelson Alcantara, editor-in-chief at eTN, wrote: “Would supreme leader Kim Jong-un go that far?“Kidnapping and human trafficking has always been part of North Korea’s scary agenda.”Reddit user Nickryane offered a photo to back-up the unproven Pyongyang hijacking theory showing MH370 turning slightly right towards North Korea before vanishing.He adds: “The North Korean government is bat s**t crazy. There’s no telling what crazy logic they might have for taking a plane.”
GETTYTRAGIC: Flight MH370 went missing on its way to Beijing two years ago
“They literally have no grasp of reality and have been caught red handed kidnapping foreigners, making s**t up and generally being d****es.”Amazingly it has been proved already that North Korean secret agents can slip bio-hazard deadly chemical agents behind Malaysian airport security unprotected.When Kim Jong-un’s half brother was killed many of the people involved in his assassination escaped back to the North Korean capital.It also may prove that Kim Jong-un is willing to put innocent Malaysian people’s lives at risk to settle a score.
North Korea kidnapping the missing airliner can be added to the long list of conspiracy theories about what happened to MH370.
But with tensions between Malaysia and North Korea so high at the moment, the conspiracy is beginning to come back to light.