I'll go into these psyops in chronological order. But to make a long story short, no one died, and no flights were shot down or bombed. I make my presumptions based on the usual funny stories being peddled in these psyops and their suspicious numerologies. When these things happen over and over and over again, you're being fed bullshit. Granted, this isn't rock hard proof of fakery, but it strongly points into that direction.
I think it would also be interesting to learn what Korean netizens would make of these revelations.
Korean Air Lines Flight 007, per the official story (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Air_Lines_Flight_007
), was a routine scheduled flight from New York City to Seoul with a refueling stopover in Anchorage, Alaska. The flight was via a Boeing 747-200, aged 11 years (11 is a commonly recurring number in psyops). The flight departed on 31 August 1983 from JFK and arrived in Anchorage uneventfully. It is when the flight continued on its ANC-Seoul leg that things went awry. The flight strayed from its course and crossed over into Soviet territory. The Soviets, thinking the plane was an American spy plane, shot down Flight 007 in the early dark hours of 1 September some distance away from Sakhalin Island, killing all 269 on board.
Already something funny right away is the flight number, 007. KAL 007 was accused of being a spy plane, and you know where else 007 has a spy theme? Fictional MI6 agent James Bond, "007". So this flight number is referencing a work of fiction. Should we then presume KAL 007 is as equally fictitious? And why Flight 007 and not just Flight 7 like pretty much every other airline does it?
Another oddity is that despite being a Korean airliner bound for Seoul, only 76 of the supposed passengers were Korean nationals, another 29 Koreans being KAL employees. 62 of the passengers were American, despite Korea not being such a popular destination for Westerners prior to the 21st century (in 1983, South Korea was under a military dictatorship and was by and large still a developing country, which also makes it an odd choice to be awarded the 1988 Summer Olympics in 1981).
Among the Americans was Senator Larry McDonald (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_McDonald
), an ultraconservative DPost too long. Click here to view the full text.