Monday, March 10, 2014
777 PLANE SERIES AND THE 21 JUDGEMENTS OF THE TRIBULATION PERIOD
Project Bojinka, also known as Opplan Bojinka, was a massive, complex plot hatched by Ramzi Yousef following the truck bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. The term Bojinka is Serbian for "loud bang."Based in Manila, Yousef and his associates began work on a series of bombs and timing devices for use aboard airplanes and in public places.According to Abdul Hakim Murad, who capture foiled the plot, Yousef chose Manila as his base of operations because of the low standard of living there.Yousef's primary target was up a dozen transpacific airliners. Plotters would sneak bomb parts and liquid explosives onto planes and assemble the bombs while on board. They would get off at an intermediate stop and leave the bombs to explode via timers while en route to their final destination in the United States. This appears to be the most mature part of Bojinka: Specific flights were targeted, and Yousef himself performed a "test run" on a Philippines Airlines flight to Tokyo that left one man dead. This aspect of the plot is similar to the transatlantic airliners plot disrupted by British authorities in 2006.Other targets included Pope John Paul II and President Clinton during separate visits to Manila; the U.S. Consular Office in Karachi, Pakistan; nuclear power plants in the United Kingdom, France and the United States; U.S. cargo planes; and CIA headquarters in McLean, Virginia.Murad proposed crashing a hijacked airliner into the building. It is thought this may be the inspiration for Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and 9-11.In early January 1995, a fire broke out among the bomb chemicals at Yousef's apartment. Murad was arrested and interrogated and gave up details of the plot; Yousef and the others escaped.1,2,3-[Yellow Bullet] Possible Al-Qaeda is widely regarded as guiding the plot, or at least funding it. Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law, is thought to have financed it, and Wali Khan Amin Shah was a senior al-Qaeda operative. Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, however, would not formally join al-Qaeda for several years yet.
1Filipino Debrief of Abdul Hakim Murad, Feb. 21, 1995.
2United States vs. Ramzi Yousef et. al. indictment.
3The 9-11 Commission Report. July 22, 2004. Chapter 5.1.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 1:34AM MON MAR 10,2014
WE MIGHT BE NEAR THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD.THIS PLANE WAS A 777 SERIES PLANE.AND THE 777 OF THE TRIBULATION PERIOD IS 7 SEAL-7 TRUMPET-7 BOWL JUDGEMENTS FOR A TOTAL OF 21 JUDGEMENT TO HIT THE EARTH DURING THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD OR 7 YEAR PEACE TREATY PERIOD.AND SINCE IT WAS A PLANE GOD IS TELLING US-WE ARE FLYING INTO THE TRIBULATION PERIOD.AND MANY PEOPLE WILL DISAPPEAR FROM THE EARTH IN THE RAPTURE BEFORE THE FLIGHT ON EARTH IS THROWN INTO THE SEA OF 21 JUDGEMENTS (21)(3=THE TRINITY IN THE BIBLE AND THE 3-7'S (777) MEAN.THE COMPLETE JUDGEMENTS BY THE TRINITY FOR HATING JESUS AND ISRAEL AND DIVIDING JERUSALEM.)
BOEING 777-200 MISSING
Length: 209.1 ft.
Wingspan: 199.9 ft.
Height: 60.8 ft.
Cruising Speed: M 0.84
Range: 7730 st. mi.
Engines: RR Trent 892
First Delivery: March 1999
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 11:30AM MON MAR 10,2014
34 AIRCRAFT AND 40 SHIPS ARE INVOLVED IN LOOKING FOR THE MISSING MALAYSIAN 777-200ER SERIES PLANE.AND NO DEBRIS HAS BEEN FOUND.THAT MUST HAVE BEEN A FALSE REPORT OR JUST DEBRIS IN THE SEA.AND THE MISSING PLANE AREA WIDENS.
THIS IS A CONFIRMED STORY I HEARD THAT SOME 20 OF THE PEOPLE ON THE MISSING MALAYSIAN PLANE WORKED FOR A MICROCHIP IMPLANT COMPANY (RFID) BY THE NAME OF FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTORS LIMITED.THIS COMPANY WORKED FOR DEFENCE COMPANIES AND INSTALLED ALL THE MISSLE MICROCHIPS.FREESCALE IS A MAJOR IF NOT THE BEST COMPANY IN THE BUSNESS FOR DEFENCE ELECTRONIC WORK IN AMERICA.THE SENIOR ENGENEERS OF FREESCALE WERE ON THE PLANE.AND THESE PEOPLE ARE THE BRAINS BEHIND THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT IN THE DEFENCE SYSTEMS WHO THEY WORKED FOR.CHINA AMERICA ETC.
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FROM CNN-MAR 9,14
The airline's list showed the passengers hailed from 14 countries, but later it was learned that two people named on the manifest -- an Austrian and an Italian -- whose passports had been stolen were not aboard the plane. The plane was carrying five children under 5 years old, the airline said.On Saturday, Texas-based Freescale Semiconductor confirmed that 20 employees were passengers on Flight 370. Twelve are from Malaysia and eight from China, the company said."At present, we are solely focused on our employees and their families," Gregg Lowe, Freescale's president and CEO, said in the statement. "Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this tragic event."
First officer was transitioning to 777-200s
Later, the company tweeted: "Your thoughtful words and prayers for Freescale families and friends affected by MH370 give comfort."The company was making counselors available with around-the-clock support for employees affected by the tragedy, the statement said.The 154 passengers from China (including Taiwan) included a group of painters and calligraphers and Buddhists returning from a religious gathering, Chinese state media reported.
VN says cannot find object thought to be jet door
By Associated Press - MAR 10,14-Yahoonews
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A Vietnamese official says searchers on ships worked throughout the night but could not find a rectangle object spotted Sunday afternoon that was thought to be one of the doors of a missing Boeing 777.Doan Huu Gia, the chief of search and rescue coordination center, said Monday that six planes and seven ships from Vietnam were searching for the object but nothing had been found.Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing early Saturday morning on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.The plane lost contact with ground controllers somewhere between Malaysia and Vietnam, and searchers in a low-flying plane spotted an object that appeared to be one of the plane's doors, the state-run Thanh Nien newspaper said.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 1:20PM MON MAR 10,2014
Paper reveals Iranian-link in ticket purchase for passengers with stolen passports
The Malaysian Insider-3 hours ago-Yahoonews MAR 10,14
The Financial Times exclusively reported that a Thai travel agent who booked the tickets for the men said she had been asked to make the travel arrangements by an Iranian contact.Travel agent Benjaporn Krutnait, booked the tickets through a business contact whom she only knew as "Mr Ali". She said that his first request to book cheap tickets to Europe for the two men was made on March 1.She told The Financial Times that it was quite common for people to book tickets through middlemen who then retake a commission.Ali had asked for the cheapest route to Europe for his clients and did not mention the specific booking Kuala Lumpur-Beijing - unlikely behaviour by would-be terrorists. Benjaporn initially reserved one of the men on a Qatar Airways flight and the other on Etihad. But the tickets expired when Benjaporn did not hear back from Ali.The Financial Times said when Ali contacted her again on Thursday, she rebooked the men on the Malaysia Airlines flight through Beijing because it was the cheapest available.A friend of Ali paid Benjaporn cash for the tickets, the paper reported, adding that there is no evidence that Ali knew the two men were travelling on stolen passports.Benjaporn made the bookings through a China Southern Airlines office in Bangkok.The two passengers were supposed to fly from Beijing to Amsterdam on Saturday. The passenger travelling as "Luigi Maraldi" was to fly on to Copenhagen and "Christian Kozel" to Frankfurt.Interpol said it was investigating the passport holders and examining airport footage of the two men.It is fairly common for fraudulent documents to be used on regional flights for illegal immigration or drug smuggling but the fact that the aircraft has disappeared has triggered speculation of a terrorist attack.The two, who were of "non-Asian appearance", despite earlier reports, were travelling from Kuala Lumpur, one on an Italian passport and one on an Austrian passport. The passports were reported missing a year ago by the real Maraldi and Kozel, respectively.The one-way tickets under those names were issued by a travel agency in Pattaya, eastern Thailand. – March 10, 2014.
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