Share this on:
About this iReport
  • Not verified by CNN

  • Click to view AllanCook's profile
    Posted March 26, 2014 by
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

    More from AllanCook

    Did Obama fear MH370 Nuclear Attack on Manhattan?


    Last week I wrote about the connection between Flight 370, and the possibility that the plane could have landed in Pakistan, and the Terrorist Connections with the Nuclear Armed country!


    I stopped short of making the probably obvious next step in the connection... that Flight 370 could be used in a nuclear Attack on New York as the next phase of 9/11!


    However, clearly, from yesterdays statement by President Obama at The Hague, the possibility was a clear reality within the White House!


    “Russia’s actions are a problem. They don’t pose the No. 1 national security threat to the United States, I continue to be much more concerned when it comes to our security with the prospect of a nuclear weapon going off in Manhattan.” Obama also admitted that Al Qaeda posed a greater threat than Russia. Between the lines its pretty easy to see the connection to the possibility that Flight 370 was feared to have landed, not only in enemy territory, but in a territory where nuclear weapons are least secure.


    It seems pretty clear that the White House were reliving the aftermath of 9/11 and anticipating the possibility that a Nuclear Bomb laden Flight 370 may well be heading to New York as the next step in the War on Terror!


    With the recent Fukushima meltdown and the impossible events of 9/11, more and more, the once improbable realms of the Nuclear Power are passing into reality!


    What do you think?

    What do you think of this story?

    Select one of the options below. Your feedback will help tell CNN producers what to do with this iReport. If you'd like, you can explain your choice in the comments below.
    Be and editor! Choose an option below:
      Awesome! Put this on TV! Almost! Needs work. This submission violates iReport's community guidelines.


    Log in to comment

    iReport welcomes a lively discussion, so comments on iReports are not pre-screened before they post. See the iReport community guidelines for details about content that is not welcome on iReport.

    Add your Story Add your Story