A shocking theory has been continuously emerging, claiming that North Korea was behind the mysterious Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 that disappeared on March 8, 2014.

One of the most talked-about unsolved mysteries is Malaysia Airlines' flight MH370 sudden vanishing with 239 people onboard while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in 2014. A lot of conspiracy theories circulated, trying to unveil the reasons behind its disappearance. Among the weirdest conspiracy theories, one pointed out to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, who allegedly ordered the hijacking of the flight because he wanted it for experiments.

One Reddit user claimed that the flight MH370 had enough fuel to be flown to the communist state. The conspiracy theory also emphasized the fact that in 1969, North Korea was held responsible for hijacking the Korean Air Lines YS-11 flight.

An unnamed aviation worker reportedly spoke to eTurboNews (eTN) and claimed that Kim wanted a Boeing 777 plane because he needed a "really, really huge plane" for research into technological advancements.

In 2019, five years after MH370's disappearance, the Malaysian Government officially announced that there would be no extensions to the underwater expedition. According to the researchers, the main body of wreckage would have ended up in either the south of the Indian Ocean, where the main search efforts have been concentrated, or off the coast of Madagascar.

Officials have considered all possible explanations for its disappearance, from claims it was cloaked by invisibility technology, to the idea that MH370 was hijacked for the organs of Chinese citizens onboard, given 153 of the 239 people on the plane were Chinese. However, since 2017, North Korea had already been the center of the rumors, pointing to their leader, Kim wanting the plane for his own agenda.

Another Reddit user claimed a picture showed flight MH370 turning slightly right towards North Korea before vanishing. They wrote, "The North Korean government is bat s--t crazy. There's no telling what crazy logic they might have for taking a plane. They literally have no grasp of reality and have been caught red handed kidnapping foreigners, making s--t up and generally being d---s."

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."

Kim Jong Un
North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un before a meeting with US President Donald Trump on the south side of the Military Demarcation Line that divides North and South Korea, in the Joint Security Area (JSA) of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized zone (DMZ) on June 30, 2019. Photo by Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images

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