Monday, November 22, 2010

"Cheonan" Case, a False Flag

"Cheonan" Case, a False Flag

Suspicions on the Warship Cheonan Case, a Shell Pasted
with a White Adhesive Discovered in the Torpedo Propelling Body

The three media organizations such as the Journalists Association of Korea, the Korean Program Directors Federation and the Federation of Media Workers Unions disclosed on November 4 that it was confirmed that a shell was attached to the inner side of the second propeller at the hindmost propelling body.

They clarified the fact that a white material produced like a flower on a tip of the shell shows that the propelling body made public by the government has nothing to do with the attack on Cheonan.

They claimed that the white material discovered on a tip of the shell proves that the shell was set in the propelling body long before the white material was produced, and the white material is a sediment which a floating matter in solid state produced in the propelling boy over long period.

It is quite reasonable if the white material was an adhesive matter solidified up by a liquid material resulted from the explosion there could not be a flower-like white material on a tip of the shell.

Results of the Investigation into the Warship Cheonan Case: Cause More Suspicions

The south Korean daily Hangyore carried on November 6 an article entitled A Shell Attached to the Torpedo Propelling Body Further Necessitates the Reexamination of the Cheonan. The article said:

A shell pasted with a white material was discovered in the torpedo propelling body which was presented as a proof of the attack on the Cheonan.

This is a sensitive clue enough to raise a very strong question to the investigation results on the Cheonan published by the government.

The joint investigation team of the Defense Ministry has explained that the same white adhesive material was found in the Cheonan hull and the propelling body, and it was formed by the explosion of aluminum-added powder according to an analysis of its ingredients.

However, in light of the existence of the recently discovered shell, anyone cannot but have a doubt. Because the shell could not be settled in the propelling body before the torpedo explosion but seemed to be there later after the propelling body sank down on the bottom.

So it is impossible for the shell which settled in the propelling body after the explosion to get the adhesive material produced at the moment of the explosion.

It is rather more understandable when saying that the propelling body sank down on the bottom before the Cheonan incident, and the white material is not an adhesive resulted from the explosion but irrelevant sediment, for the sediment can easily settle on a shell after it entered the propelling body.

Dr. Yang Pan-Seuk, chief of analysis in the geological section at Manitoba University of Canada , already made public a result of a sample analysis indicating that the white material on the propelling body was not produced as a result of explosion but an irrelevant deposit.

The controversy of the shell cannot be underestimated since it suggests that the propelling body in question is not that one which attacked the Cheonan.