Missing F35 Crash

This spectacular footage shows the few seconds in which the pilot of the missing F35 ejects close to ground level, followed by the crash and explosion of the missing F35 jet – that the military said it could not find.

The footage has been edited to show those final few seconds in slow motion.

Other F35 crashes are also included, as well as the survival story of a pilot who had one second left to live before he baled out.

The report questions why this incident was publicised nationally by the military. Was it deliberately staged to divert attention from what happened to, and what weapons were used, to destroy the town of Lahaina on Maui.

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It is only because of my many decades of experience in the mainstream media – which I left long ago – that I have questioned why on this occasion such a fuss was made by the military about a missing jet.

The media, especially in America, is no longer independent. If it was, it would be questioning everything to do with what happened to Lahaina. Instead, the thousands of television and radio newsrooms around this country, and the print media as well, insist on referring to what happened as being the result of “wildfires.”

They really are like chattering parrots.

Perhaps the greatest tragedy of all is that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people were literally burned alive.

Could there be any greater crime against humanity than having your state government require cops to prohibit people from escaping that conflagration – knowing in advance that the disaster would happen – and refusing to use the most sophisticated system of sirens in the world to warn them of the danger?

That’s why I created a series of five straightforward and factual reports about Lahaina, starting with this one.

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You can watch the others on my Bitchute channel at


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