At the bottom the post on part 1, we covered a missing bird here:
We will now move on with this story of this vanished plane and cover some possible things that could heve happened to it.
With the fate and location of the missing Malaysia Airlines jet still unexplained on Tuesday, the police were investigating the possibilities of hijacking, sabotage and possible psychological or personal problems among the crew and passengers, while other agencies in Malaysia continued to investigate noncriminal explanations, as Thomas Fuller, Jane Perlez and Alan Cowell reported.
On Tuesday, an influential Iranian lawmaker accused the United States of having “kidnapped” Flight 370, saying it was an attempt to “sabotage the relationship between Iran and China and South East Asia.”
The parliamentarian, Hossein Naghavi Hosseini, who is the spokesman for the foreign policy committee, responded to the news on Tuesday that two Iranian nationals had been traveling on the missing flight holding stolen passports. This accusation was a “plot,” Mr. Naghavi Hosseini said, according to the Tasnim news agency.
“Documents published by the Western media about two Iranians getting on the plane without passports is psychological warfare.
Malaysia Airlines live: ‘Good night’ – last known words of MH370 revealed
Last radio transmission from the cockpit of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was ‘Alright, good night’ as the plane switched from Malaysian to Vietnamese airspace.
And the id of the Iranians:
Malaysian police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said investigators had determined one was a 19-year-old Iranian, Pouria Nourmohammadi Mehrdad. “We believe he is not likely to be a member of any terrorist group,” .
Interpol identified the second man as Seyed Mohammed Reza Delavar, a 29-year-old Iranian, and released an image of the two boarding at the same time. Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said the two men traveled to Malaysia on their Iranian passports, then apparently switched to their stolen Austrian and Italian documents.
Here is an irrefutable criminological fact: Hijackings occur far more often than the disintegration of planes in mid-air. They also occur far more often than plane crashes generally, although it is true that hijackings can generate plane crashes.
So, when 370 first vanished, the most rational initial assessment was that a hijacking had taken place. The criminological question now is how to update the initial assessment in light of facts that have subsequently come into view.
It is best to begin analyzing the event from the moment of disappearance (when the best criminological view was a hijacking) and then work our way forward in time. A March 10 article in the Guardian states:
So when flight MH370 disappeared from plane tracking websites, it could mean the signals from the plane’s transponder were stopped deliberately (by pilots or others), or there was a complete electrical failure, or the plane disintegrated. Where the Malaysian plane was flying, the signals are picked up by sites only once a minute and only at a plane’s cruising height above 29,000 feet. So a dramatic loss of altitude could conceivably also see a plane drop off their radar but potentially continue to travel for some distance.
Thus, the Guardian offers three potential explanations of the disappearance (in terms of tracking, but each of the explanations is in principle applicable to other forms of communicative disappearance such as the loss of voice contact) of 370. Notice that two of the three rationales are quite consistent with both hijacking as well as the destruction of the aircraft for reasons having nothing to do with hijacking (the complete electrical failure rationale would in all likelihood be the odd one out in terms of the hijacking possibility).
The key criminological move here is to observe that with nothing to justify preferring one rationale over the others (strictly speaking, the rationales are not mutually exclusive from a purely logical point of view, although in terms of empirical fact they almost always are), there was, at the time the Guardian published its article, no reason at all to depart from the initial, statistically based assessment of a hijacking (remember that hijackings occur far more often than wholly unexplained disappearances of aircraft).
To be sure, there was also information that two passengers, one Iranian, used stolen passports to get on board. Clearly, this is consistent with the hijacking prospect, although I suspect this may be a red herring.
In any event, as of March 10, the best view was still that the aircraft was hijacked. And, since most hijackings do notresult in crashes (click here for some evidence of this), the best evidence on March 10 implied that the plane had notcrashed.
March 11 brought new information. For example, there was some indication that passengers’ mobile phones were still ringing, and some experts are now stating that at least with respect to some phones, this would not happen if the phones were either submerged in the ocean or destroyed (actually, this information was available in Chinese media on March 10. US Establishment Media, for some reason, still really hasn’t considered it worth mentioning).
And, Malaysian military authorities appear to have scotched the instantaneous disintegration hypothesis. They now believe that the plane traveled, at a minimum, some several hundred kilometers upon having lost contact with civil aviation authorities.
Furthermore, search areas have been broadened to include land.
In addition—and this is very disturbing—there is evidence that Boeing was informed as recently as November 2013 of 777 security issues pertaining to the hacking of onboard computer systems.
Meanwhile, CIA Director John Brennan (the fellow whose company Analysis Corp. breached Obama’s passport in 2008) is now telling the public that the CIA is investigating the possibility that pilot suicide (presumably followed by a crash) is a reasonable view of the fate of 370.
So, let’s sum up: all of the evidence so far is consistent with the hijacking scenario, and no evidence so far proves that the plane crashed. There is some case-specific evidence, although admittedly not overwhelming in nature (such as the ringing cell phone information as well as the fact that authorities are now searching on land) consistent with the plane’s not having crashed. There is also the very important criminological evidence that hijacked planes do not typically crash.
The evidence in support of the CIA’s pilot suicide theory is about as close to zero as you can get, which makes one wonder why they’re putting the notion out there in the first place.
Of course, in the words of the Guardian “Malaysian MH370 copilot entertained teenagers in cabin on earlier flight.”
If true, this would have been somewhat reminiscent of alleged pre 9/11 hijacker conduct.
Did it really happen, or do certain elements merely want people to think it did?
Maybe it did happen, but even if it did, the link between such an event and suicide two to three years later is very weak indeed.
I would not at all be surprised, however, if the “pilot suicide” hypothesis is the one that ultimately catches hold in state-run US media.
On the basis of all of the foregoing, the most rational conclusion one can draw at present is this: 370 was hijacked/stolen and did not crash. Therefore, it landed safely somewhere.
While the probability is low, it is not out of the question that a stolen plane could be used to deliver a weapon of mass destruction—conceivably with human hostages on board.
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Associate Professor Felix Patrikeeff, of Adelaide University, said he was concerned by the number of Chinese passengers on board and it may have been targeted by the an anti-Chinese group such as the Uighur militants from China’s restive Xinjiang province in the country’s northwest who attacked commuters in Kunming on March 1.
Prof Patrikeeff said the plane may have been targeted as a result of the number of prominent artists and calligraphers on board — skills revered by the Chinese.
“So if one wanted to strike a blow for the sake of symbolism, you could say that that’s not a bad place to start,” Prof Patrikeeff said.
Austin-based high-tech eco-friendly company Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) has confirmed that 20 of its employees were confirmed passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Twelve are from Malaysia and eight are from China. The company’s key product solutions include those for electric vehicles.
“The entire Freescale Semiconductor community is deeply saddened by this news,” the company said in a written statement Saturday afternoon, adding it will provide more information as it becomes available.
“At present, we are solely focused on our employees and their families,” said Gregg Lowe, president and CEO, Freescale. “Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this tragic event.”
The company has assembled counselors and other professionals through Freescale’s Employee Assistance Program, with around-the-clock support for those impacted by this tragedy.
Names of all of the passengers is on the manifest here.
“Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) is a global leader in embedded processing solutions, providing industry leading products that are advancing the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets,” the company says on its website and in its statement today. ”… our technologies are the foundation for the innovations that make our world greener, safer, healthier and more connected.”
Freescale says its “key applications and end-markets include: automotive safety, hybrid and all-electric vehicles, next generation wireless infrastructure, smart energy management, portable medical devices, consumer appliances and smart mobile devices. The company is based in Austin, Texas, and has design, research and development, manufacturing and sales operations around the world. http://www.freescale.com
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Note Update Here: It is conceivable that the Malaysia plane is “cloaked,” hiding with high-tech electronic warfare weaponry that exists and is used: See Malaysia Plane Hidden With Electronic Weaponry? 24 Suspects On Board: 20 High-Tech Defense Workers, 4 Passport Issues
Malaysian airlines flight 377 has been provably hijacked by an AWACS plane. This is outlined in the updates below.
The Malaysian military tracked this plane for a full hour with military radar after it “vanished from civilian radar because “the transponders were switched off” (B.S.) radar is radar, it does not need a “transponder” to track a plane. Radar is there to prevent private planes which have no transponders from hitting commercial ones among other things, and if radar can see a private plane that has no transponder it certainly can see a huge jumbo jet. So you can take the transponder lies and trash them.
But the plane DID disappear from civilian radar even though military radar tracked it for a now admitted full hour longer. Only an AWACS type system could do this.
What could make a plane disappear from civilian radar while at 36,000 feet yet still be visible on military radar? ONE THING, and it looks like a UFO (as some have speculated) only it’s attached to a boeing jet – the antenna on a U.S. Air Force AWACS plane. The fact that this missing jet vanished from civilian radar yet remained visible on more robust military radars proves well enough for me that this indeed was an AWACS hijacking, just like we saw on 9/11 where AWACS planes were seen on video observing if not controlling the crashes into the twin towers. Once the plane flew far enough West, Awacs was obviously enough to jam both civilian and military radars, probably because they entered a zone where the angle of both incoming signals allowed for their simultaneous cancellation. That is where the plane finally “vanished” forever, an hour after the “official” vanishing act. The final vanish happened while at 29,500 feet.
In this scenario, we now have: The plane did a u-turn and flew the other way for a now admitted full hour. THAT supports the Awacs story.
Obvious fake photoshopping of “terrorists”. THAT supports the Awacs story.
Cell phones still ringing, which would only be possible with a safe landing. THAT supports the Awacs story
Missing black boxes. THAT supports the Awacs story (the plane is obviously intact)
A reason to electronically hijack the airplane – 20 top people from a semiconductor firm that works defense, with employees working for countries that are not allies yet VERY powerful – THAT supports the Awacs story
And the GRAND FINALE: PLANE DISAPPEARS FROM CIVILIAN RADARS WHILE REMAINING VISIBLE ON MILITARY RADARS. THAT supports the Awacs story and pushes it to the forefront of logic like a tsunami on a beach umbrella, if THAT does not raise a few eyebrows people are sleeping.
And I’d have to say the CIA’s obvious pushing of B.S. regarding this supports the Awacs story as well; If this plane shows up somewhere in pieces now, it was electronically hijacked by an AWACS plane – the same type seen on 9/11, and the people were offloaded and questioned (engineers probably waterboarded for defense secrets). IF that plane shows up in pieces now it happened last night, not three days ago FINAL ANSWER.
UPDATE: Exact logic sequence for proving the U.S. air force hijacked the Malaysian airlines flight.
1. Absent an awacs type system which can precisely monitor a received signal and spoof a return signal (or phase cancel it) you cannot disappear a non stealth aluminum skinned plane from ANY radar system. After vanishing from civilian radars, it remained on military radars that would work better against AWACS. That pretty much says it all.
2. Iran is an ally of Russia. Russia has Awacs type systems, but would not try to frame up Iran in a terror plot with a fake passport story supported by idiotically faked photos. Russia did not do this.
3. China and Malaysia also have Awacs type systems. Since it was a Malaysian plane flying with Chinese engineers, it is safe to rationalize out that neither China nor Malaysia did this.
4. Though the engineers on the plane also worked with stealth technologies such as Awacs, it takes a huge UFO shaped antenna to make such systems work, and Malaysian passenger jets do not have them as a standard feature. This was not a stunt played by Freescale Semiconductors.
5. Israel wants war with Iran, and the CIA hatching a terror plot with horribly faked photos stands in the evidence pool against the U.S. air force, which is their sex slave.
6. The obvious motive was military, and a real tie in was the fact that the plane disappeared from civilian radar while at full cruising altitude, but not the military radars. In this case the air force had to choose which radar they would spoof with Awacs (there is extreme difficulty with spoofing more than one system simultaneously unless there is a lucky alignment of signals) and they just hoped the military would not catch on. ONE PROBLEM, the Malaysian military was not as inept as the Air Force thought. PLAN FAILURE.
7. The Iranian terror plot fits the logic tree well. Since the photos were obviously faked, WHO WOULD DO THAT? WHO WANTS WAR WITH IRAN? No brainer there.
8. The cell phones are ringing, and the only organization in the world that can say where they are is the NSA. WHY THE SILENCE?
logic sequence output: Because the plane was hijacked electronically by those who keep the NSA funded and the NSA has been told to SHUT UP. If those phones were in lost baggage, the NSA would have said so RIGHT AWAY, and even the airline company would have figured it out by now, found the bags, heard the phones ringing and said, OH, WE KNOW WHY THEY RING. And the phones are not dead ringing as can happen with some american carriers, because on one occasion one of the phones was picked up and hung up without anything being said. But NOPE, NOTHING on this from the NSA, which means those phones are ringing on a runway somewhere, and the NSA knows EXACTLY WHERE. Yet they still support the CIA, which is doing it’s best to hatch a B.S. terror plot about a couple Iranians with fake photos and THERE IS YOUR ANSWER, AMERICA HAS THAT PLANE AND IS PROBABLY WATERBOARDING THE FREESCALE ENGINEERS RIGHT NOW, EXTRACTING CHINESE MILITARY SECRETS. If the plane is now “found” in pieces it will mean “they” gave up on the B.S. story line and decided to ditch it somewhere rather than use it on the Petronas towers or the Sears tower.
The hijacking story won’t work now that we know the Malaysian military was able to track the plane because a hijacker cannot switch off a radar system 500 miles away and cannot prevent the plane from being found on radar wherever it went to, ONLY AWACS COULD.
BLOCKBUSTER UPDATE: FAKE PASSPORT GUYS WERE PHOTOSHOPPED. Take a look at their legs. HA HA HA – that’s a bad screw up. Here is the original article this picture appeared in, Needless to say, I preserved this one.
Caption below original photo: “A Malaysian police official displays photographs of the two men who boarded the Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight using stolen European passports to the media at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang on March 11, 2014. — PHOTO: AFP” Now that’s an absolute LAUGH. That’s as bad as the blood spatters going the wrong way at the bat man shooting.
Get while the getting is good, they are going to “fix this” ASAP.
Too late, this entire article including comments below is now preserved and will post tomorrow in it’s full glory on this web site so you can just save it as a Jpeg tomorrow. That way the black hole of censorship won’t suck this one beyond the event horizon.
Four days after flight MH370 goes missing, a patent is approved. 4 of the 5 Patent holders are Chinese employees of Freescale Semiconductor of Austin TX. The fifth is the company itself. Each patent is divided into 20% increments to the 5 holders -
Peidong Wang, Suzhou, China, (20%)
Zhijun Chen, Suzhou, China, (20%)
Zhihong Cheng, Suzhou, China, (20%)
Li Ying, Suzhou, China, (20%)
Freescale Semiconductor (20%)
If a patent holder dies, the remaining holders equally share the dividends of the deceased so long as it’s not disputed in a will. If 4 of the 5 Patent holders die, then the remaining Patent holder gets 100% of the wealth of the patent. That remaining Patent holder is Freescale Semiconductor. Who owns Freescale Semiconductor? Answer – Jacob Rothschild! NOW HOW ABOUT THAT! He owns it through Blackstone who themselves own Freescale. Here’s your motive for the missing Beijing plane – all 4 Chinese Patent members were passengers on the missing plane.
Patent holders can alter the proceeds legally by passing wealth to their heirs. However, they can only do that when the Patent is approved. (For me this is just another daft rule. It simply enables evil-minded scum the opportunity to commit skulduggery). So when the plane went missing, the patent had not been approved. As soon as the plane went missing, in other words ‘operation successful’ the Patent is approved & thank you very much! Mr. Rothschild once again gets the lot – 100% Patent holder, that is once the other 4 Patent holders are declared deceased. What a lovely world we live in! Blatant as you like!
“Freescale Semiconductor Employees Confirmed Passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Austin, Texas (Business Wire) Mar. 8, 2014: Freescale Semiconductor has confirmed that 20 of its employees were confirmed passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Twelve are from Malaysia and eight are from China. The entire Freescale Semiconductor community is deeply saddened by this news. The company is continuing to monitor the situation and will provide more information as it becomes available.”
Gregg A. Lowe, 51, is a member of the Board and our President and Chief Executive Officer and has served in these roles since June 2012. Mr. Lowe joined Freescale from Texas Instruments, Inc. (Texas Instruments), a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company, where he managed the Analog business unit from 2006 to June 2012. Mr. Lowe began his career with Texas Instruments in 1984 and held a variety of management positions with increasing responsibility in Texas Instruments’ sales and business units. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Semiconductor Industry Association. Mr. Lowe earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering in 1984 from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana. He later received the university’s Career Achievement Award to recognize his accomplishments in the community and within the semiconductor industry. He graduated from the Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University….
Was missing jet HIJACKED? US officials fear MH370 was captured and flown to mystery location after debris seen at sea is ruled out and new data reveals it was airborne FOUR HOURS after vanishing
- US investigators examining whether flight was taken to another location
- Officials suspect data from engines suggests plane flew total of five hours
- Counter-terrorism officials concerned pilot or someone else turned off transponders
- Four more hours of flight time would allow the plane to fly 2,200 nautical miles
- That would put Pakistan and the Arabian Sea within reach
- Malaysia Airlines previously said the Rolls-Royce Trent engines stopped transmitting monitoring signals when contact with the plane was lost
- On Wednesday the Chinese government satellite imagery was released which showed the ‘suspected crash site’ of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370
- Blurry images appeared to show three large pieces of debris – the largest of which is 78-feet by 72-feet
- Vietnamese and Malaysian aviation chiefs ruled this out and said no plane debris was found at spot shown by China’s satellite images.