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Malaysia Flight MH370 'vanished'
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 6:08 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Who has means, motive to take a plane full of people?
April 6, 2014
Tony Gosling, British investigative journalist
BORG NEWS  *  Psychological warfare – news management
Enough in the way of misstatements, contradictions and other evidence has emerged from the lost Malaysian flight 370 to form a case for its disappearance being orchestrated by the US Military.
Military secrets are not for civilian TV news

In 2013 Teso demonstrated the ability to change speed, altitude and direction of a virtual airplane by sending radio signals to its flight-management system FMS.
The US has several airbases around the Indian Ocean and South China Sea from which they operate the most advanced electronic warfare gadgetry in the world.
Hackers could change the plane direction by sending radio signals to its FMS.
It could then be landed by remote control.


Psychological warfare – military news management

-  Boeing 777 engines had been running for 5+ hours after the plane was lost

-  islanders had seen a jumbo jet flying south very low, governments quickly denied

Similarities to the 9/11 WTC attacks
The bizarre zigzag routes followed by MH370 are exactly the sort of flight path demonstrated during the September 11 attacks. On 9/11 we saw the same mysterious switching off of transponders which should have been reporting the planes’ speed, altitude and position to air traffic control.  The 777 is even more liable to cyber hijacking than the 767s involved in the 9/11 attacks. It was the first production aircraft to have no controls by which the pilot has direct influence over any part of the aircraft. It's all via the flight management system.

Britain’s role too has not been entirely as an honest broker. Private military connected firm Inmarsat have given impressive looking maps instructing rescuers where to search, but consistently failed to reveal the raw data.

More maybes
Chines and Australian ships picked up acoustic signals possibly coming from the black box of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. But so far neither of the ‘pings’ detected under the Indian Ocean has been identified.

Malaysia plane - not missing?

9/11 WTC attacks interesting comment

Michael Hastings

Sandy Hook HOAX

Diego Garcia history

Folks, we live in a world where NEWS media LIE to us - they make stuff up out of NOTHING.
William Casey former CIA director said
We will know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes, is false.
That day is here now

WAS THERE EVER a flight 370 in the first place?  Or is this a total HOAX like Sandy Hook?
Something for media to captivate sheepl - to divert attention from - what?
Were there ever any planes on 911?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A high-level Malaysian source has confirmed that the missing Flight MH370 hijacking by remote control and that there is a cover up in progress regarding the whereabouts of the plane and its 239 passengers.
Only a remote-hijacking “fly by wire” scenario can explain the plane’s disappearance, according to Matthias Chang, former Political Secretary to the Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr. Mahathir Mohamad.
In an interview by Dr. Kevin Barrett, with Veterans Today Editor, Chang explained why only a remote-hijacking “fly by wire” scenario can explain the plane’s disappearance.

6.0 - Motive - 4 Chinese held patents which were NOT approved as yet
Doesnt sound as if any passengers will live.  Plane probly will tho.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

MH370 Military Hijack. Diego Garcia, High-Value Detainees Rendered More Likely
April 14, 2014
Military avionic expertise was employed to dodge radar for hijacking Malaysian Airlines MH370 Boeing 777.
The plane was flown very low at a very high speed.
And it was being flown to avoid radar.
Whoever altered the path of the jet, and disabled ACARS and the transponder, had to be a passenger or crew member who knew how this airliner is flown, and how those systems are disabled, in great detail

Major earthquake near Diego Garcia April 4

Obama in Asia
April 24, 2014
He stops in South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Barack Obama has reaffirmed his support for Japan in its row over islands with China.
Obama claims the disputed islands fell under a security treaty that commits the US to act if Japan is attacked.
He is not going to Beijing China. (insert laughter here)

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Inmarsat offers free airline tracking
May 2014
UK satellite operator Inmarsat is to offer a free, basic tracking service to all the world's passenger airliners.
The offer follows the case of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared without trace on 8 March.

It was very brief electronic "pings" from Inmarsat equipment on the lost plane that prompted investigators to look for wreckage in the Indian Ocean.
Inmarsat says the free service it is offering would carry definitive positional information.
It would see a plane determine its location using GPS and then transmit that data - together with a heading, speed and altitude - over Inmarsat's global network of satellites every 15 minutes.

"Our equipment is on 90% of the world's wide-body jets already. This is an immediate fix for the industry at no cost to the industry," Inmarsat senior vice-president Chris McLaughlin told BBC News.

Cost is one of the reasons often cited for the reluctance of airlines to routinely use satellite tracking.
The London-based company announced its offer ahead of a conference on aircraft tracking being hosted by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Montreal, Canada, on Monday.
Both ICAO and the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the trade association for the world's airlines, are currently considering how best to respond to the loss of MH370.

Many observers were incredulous that a Boeing 777 could simply vanish, that its identification systems could be deliberately disabled in the cockpit, and that once the aircraft flew beyond the range of radar it was essentially invisible.
Investigators' only clue to MH370's possible whereabouts was a series of hourly electronic "handshakes" made between Inmarsat equipment onboard the plane and ground stations that were automatically checking to see if a satellite connection was still open.
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PostPosted: Thu May 15, 2014 10:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Spies On Malaysia Plane Were Doing - what?
May, 2014
 Military intelligence is heavily involved in Malaysia Airlines 370, but contradicting itself and denying the public from needed information, thus increasing speculations officials are unauthorized by the military to disclose the craft’s whereabouts and intel by 25 high-tech passengers, employed by five major defense contractor technology companies, was liekly valued enough to seize the plane.
       Two Chinese companies represented on the plane’s manifest list are declared U.S. national security risk due to its spying with backdoor computer technology. Congress ousted them from business in the U.S. and warned American companies to halt busines with them, only two of five such companies tight with military.
Long article

I have maintained all along the plane was taken to Diego Garcia by the US intel.
Its not impossible its in Iran
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PostPosted: Sat May 17, 2014 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Flight MH370 The Mystery
MH370 mystery blames US war games

71 days after Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared is the first book with a theory about what might have happened.
Flight MH370 The Mystery, doesn't claim to have any answers but to some extent supports the theory that the aircraft may have been accidentally shot down during a joint Thai-US military exercise in the South China Sea.   Searchers were then possibly led in the wrong direction to cover up the mistake, it suggests.

Around the time the plane's transponder went off at 01.21, New Zealander Mike McKay, working on an oil rig in the Gulf of Thailand, saw a burning plane. He links that to the joint Thai-US military exercise going on in the South China Sea with personnel from China, Japan, Indonesia and other countries.
''The drill was to involve mock warfare on land, in water and in the air, and would include live-fire exercises,'' he writes.

''Say a participant accidentally shot down Flight MH370. Such things do happen. No one wants another Lockerbie [Pan Am flight 103 by terrorists in 1988 allegedly in retaliation for a US Navy strike on an Iranian commercial jet six months earlier], so those involved would have every reason to keep quiet about it.''
He suggests through anonymous and contradictory sources, they might release misinformation, leading people to search in the wrong place in an environment so hostile that it would be unlikely anything would ever be found.
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PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 9:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Persecuted Christians flee Iran to Germany
May 19, 2014
Iranian-born Muslims who converted to Christianity are breathing new spiritual life into communities across Germany, where they are fleeing to in increasing numbers to escape persecution back home.
Men and women, who have been sentenced to the lash or death for converting from Islam are forming a thriving community of Christian ex-pats in Germany.
The Iranian immigrants seek asylum, or simply pay up to $30,000 to enter the country illegally with
a fake passport, a new name and plans to start their lives over in new churches.
“Nothing illustrates the contrast between the Muslim world and the West than Christians fleeing Iranian persecution.

Were the 2 Iranians on the Malaysian plane Christians?
2 passengers on missing plane were Iranians using stolen passports.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Woman Claims She Saw Missing Malaysian Air Flight While Sailing In Indian Ocean

British woman Katherine Tee is saying she spotted what she believes is the missing Malaysian Air flight MH370 while she was sailing.

She saw in early March, but is only now coming forward because she did not believe her eyes at the time.

Tee said that while she and her husband Marc Horn were sailing across the Indian Ocean from India to Thailand, she spotted what looked like a plane on fire during the night of March 7. She thought she was hallucinating, but after the media coverage, she looked up the flight plan of the aircraft and discovered their journeys intersected, Business Insider reports.

“It caught my attention because I had never seen a plane with orange lights before so I wondered what they were,” Tee said. “It looked longer than planes usually do. There was what appeared to be black smoke behind it. Since that’s not something you see every day, I questioned my mind. I was looking at what appeared to be an elongated plane glowing bright orange, with a trail of black smoke behind it. It did occur to me that it might be a meteorite. But I thought it was more likely that I was going insane.”

The more interesting observation Tee made was that the plane was not alone.

“There were two other planes well above it — moving the other way — at the time,” she said. “They had normal navigation lights. I remember thinking that if it was a plane on fire that I was seeing, the other aircraft would report it

Since authorities still haven’t found the plane, Tee feels bad for not saying something sooner.

“Will this help the authorities of the families get closure? I have no idea … but I chose to sweep it under the carpet and now I feel really bad,” she said. ”Maybe I should have had a little more confidence in myself. I am sorry I didn’t take action sooner.”

The search for the missing flight still continues.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

turned on the MSM tv yesterday and today, and coverage feels like watching some movie. One time one of the witnesses(or reporters) was showing emotion...suffice to say, he just did a terrible job at doing so! Ultimately, everything just looks like they're merely reading off of a script.

Let's not forget the whole "border crisis" in the southern border of North America - before this, it was actually starting to get more and more MSM coverage. Not anymore b/c of this.
Oh well - at least the MSM is giving decent coverage to what's going on in Israel now.

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