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THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:01 AM MON MAR 17,2014
THERE WAS LOTS OF DECEPTION GOING ON YESTERDAY BY CNN.NOT ONE MENTION OF THE KIDNAPING OR MENTION OF MUSLIM INVOLVMENT.ALL THEY WERE DOING ALL DAY WAS CONCENTRATING ON THE PILOTS OR THE SEA CRASH THEORY.FOR SOME REASON CNN IS AVOIDING THE WORD KIDNAPPING OR MUSLIM.AND EVERYTIME A GUEST WOULD EVEN HINT AT A LAND LANDING.THEY WOULD BE CUT OFF ALL DAY I NOTICED.CNN KNOWS WHAT HAPPENED I KNOW.I CAN JUST TELL BY THE WAY THEIR DEFLECTING QUESTIONS AND JUST STICKING TO THE PILOTS ACTIONS ALL DAY LONG.THIS CNN SECURITY EXPERT JIM SCIUTTO IS THE WORST AND FREDRICKA WHITFIELD WAS DEFLECTING QUESTION ABOUT ON LAND LANDINGS ALSO.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 11:45PM SUN MAR 16,2014
I PUT THE OTHER COMMENT ON HERE ABOUT 9PM.AND NOW AT 11:45PM SUN STILL.NOW WE FIND OUT A DELTA 757 PLANE LOST PART OF THE WING IN FLIGHT.IT LANDED OK.BUT WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH THE PLANES.THIS IS JUST INCREDIBLE.THESE WEIRD HAPPENINGS WITH PLANES IN THE LAST WEEK.
25 And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity;(MASS CONFUSION) the sea and the waves roaring;(FIERCE WINDS)
26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear,(TORNADOES,HURRICANES,STORMS) and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth:(DESTRUCTION) for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.(FROM QUAKES,NUKES ETC)
3 The shield of his mighty men is made red, the valiant men are in scarlet: the chariots(AUTOMOBILES) shall be with flaming torches in the day of his preparation,(LIGHTS) and the fir trees shall be terribly shaken.
4 The chariots shall rage in the streets,(DRIVE FAST) they shall justle(ACCIDENTS) one against another in the broad ways: they shall seem like torches, they shall run like the lightnings.(LIGHTS AND FAST)
5 As birds flying,(PLANES) so will the LORD of hosts defend Jerusalem;(WITH PLANES) defending also he will deliver it; and passing over he will preserve it.(NUKE OR BOMB ISRAELS ENEMIES)
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 7:03AM MON MAR 17,2014
NOW WE FIND OUT THE PLANE MIGHT HAVE BEEN DELIBERATELY FLYING BELOW 5,000 FEET TO BE UNDECTECTABLE BY RADAR.WELL THIS IS DEFINATELY A WELL PLANNED - DELIBERATE KIDNAPPING OF THE 20 FREESCALE DEFENCE ENGINEERS MICROCHIP IMPLANT WORKERS IS MY GUESS NOW FOR SURE.
DELIBERATE ACTS WE KNOW FOR SURE
-ACARS WE DELIBERATELY SHUT OFF.
-TRANSPONDERS WERE DELIBERATELY SHUT OFF.
-THESE 2 ACTIONS WERE DONE BEFORE THE PILOT SAID ALRIGHT GOODNIGHT TO CONTROLLER.
-THE PLANE AFTER THE 180 LEFT TURN GOES TO 43,000 FEET.THEN GOES DOWN TO 23,000 FEET THEN LEVELS OUT AT 30,000 FEET AND NOW WE KNOW TRAVELS AFTER THE LAST PING AS LOW AS 5,000 FEET SO IT COULD NOT BE DETECTED.NOW I CAN SEE WHY THEIR CONCENTRATING ON THE PILOT AND CO-PILOT SO MUCH.THIS DEFINATELY HAS THE SMELL OF A SUFISTICATED KIDNAPPING OF THE 20 FREESCALE DEFENCE ENGINEERS BY SOME COUNTRY IS MY GUESS.IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PILOTS.
NOW I FIGURE THE PILOTS WERE PAID OFF BY WHATEVER CERTAIN COUNTRY SUCH AS RUSSIA OR SOME ISRAEL-WEST HATING MUSLIM COUNTRY SUCH AS IRAN OR POSSIBLY EVEN NORTH KOREA.SOME COUNTRY THAT KNEW THESE 20 FREESCALE DEFENCE ENGINEERS WOULD BE ON THE PLANE.WELL IN ADVANCE-SO THEY COULD PRACTICE AND SET UP THE WHOLE KIDNAPPING SITUATION.TO GET THE FREESCALE WORKERS PATENTS AND INFORMATION TO BUILD ATOMIC BOMBS AND OTHER NUCLEAR WEAPONS WITH THESE SUFISTICATED MICROCHIPS AND NANOTECH ENGINEERS IMPORTANT DEFENCE INTELLIGENCE.WE HAVE GOT A SMART COUNTRY ON OUR HANDS TO SET THIS UP AND TO BE SUCCESSFUL LIKE IT IS SO FAR.I DEFENATELY RULE OUT 72 VIRGIN ALLAH KILL AND DRUG SMUGGLING SITUATION NOW.TO ME ITS THE KIDNAPPING OF THE FREESCALE WORKERS WHATS IMPORTANT HERE.THIS IS TO SUSFISTICATED FOR A ISLAM ALLAH KILL OR DRUG SMUGGLING RUN.
NOW ITS CRUCIAL THAT THE INVESTIGATORS LOOK FOR A STRONG CONNECTION AND BIG AMOUNTS OF MONEY PAID TO THE PILOTS FROM A CERTAIN COUNTRY. THIS WOULD TIP THE INVESTIGATORS OFF TO WHAT COUNTRY IS INVOLVED IN THE LEAD OF THIS KIDNAPPING.OR IF ITS MORE THEN ONE COUNTRY OR NOT.THE PILOTS BANK ACCOUNTS SHOULD SAY IF THEY WERE PAID BIG MONEY FOR THIS KIDNAPPING.AND WHAT COUNTRIES THE BIG MONEY CAME FROM.THIS SMELLS OF A RUSSIA-IRAN BIGTIME KIDNAPING.AND BEING RUSSIA JUST GOT CRIMEA IN THEIR TERRITORY YESTERDAY WITH THE VOTE.IT WOULD NOT SURPRISE ME IF RUSSIA AND ISLAMIC COUNTRIES SET THIS KIDNAPPING UP.SO WHO KNOWS HOW MANY MUSLIM COUNTRIES COULD BE INVOLVED.AND THEY WOULD NEVER GIVE THE RADAR AND GPS AND SATTELITE RESULTS FROM THEIR COUNTRY IF THEY WERE INVOLVED.SO THE PLANE COULD BE DRIVEN TO THESE MUSLIM OUNTRIES. REFULED AND DRIVEN TO IRAN WITH THE KIDNAPPED PLANE MEMBERS.IF IT IS IRAN.THEY WILL PROBABLY JUST KEEP THE 20 FREESCALE WORKERS-KILL THE REST AND DISMANTLE THE PLANE SO THERES NO TRACE OF IT.AND NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PLANE.AND THE INTERIGATION OF THE FREESCALE WORKERS FOR THEIR KNOWLEDGE WOULD BE STARTED.I DON'T EVEN THINK WHATEVER COUNTRY HAS KIDNAPPED THESE ENGINEERS WOULD EVEN DEMAND A RANSOM.THEY JUST WANT THE ECHNOLOGY FOR ATOMIC BOMBS AND OTHER NUCLEAR SECRETS TO HIT THE WEST AND ISRAEL WITH.THIS IS CLEARLY A DELIBERATE-CALCULATE KIDNAPPING.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 6:23PM MON MAR 17,2014
-OCT 10,13 SMALL PLANE CRASHES INTO HOUSE NEAR RUNWAY IN MALAYSIAN BORNEO.
-OCT 16,13 7 FRENCH NATIONALS AMOUNG 49 DEAD FROM 11 COUNTRIES IN PLANE CRASH IN VIENTIANE LAOS
Ex-El Al expert: Iran likely involved in MH 370-Based on profiling, pilots are unlikely suspects, says Israeli airline’s former security chief; he and other experts believe plane intact-By Debra Kamin March 16, 2014, 7:35 pm 85-The Times of Israel
A former security chief for El Al said that the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 points directly to Iran.Isaac Yeffet, who served as head of global security for Israel’s national carrier in the 1980s and now works as an aviation security consultant in New Jersey, said investigators were correct in honing in on the two fake-passport carrying Iranian passengers on the doomed flight, and they have wasted valuable time by exploring other leads.“What happened to this aircraft, nobody knows. My guess is based upon the stolen passports, and I believe Iran was involved,” he said. “They hijacked the aircraft and they landed it in a place that nobody can see or find it.”In the immediate aftermath of the aircraft’s disappearance, which occurred last week during a standard night flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, Malaysian officials and the media were fixated on the story of two Iranians who had made it onto the plane with stolen passports. As the days wore on and the investigation uncovered new and confusing details, with officials admitting that the plane could have traveled for as long as seven hours without radio contact, and that its potential location could be anywhere from northern Kyrgyzstan to the southern Indian Ocean, attention has shifted to the pilots and to far-flung conspiracy theories. This is a misstep, said Yeffet, and one that would not have happened in Israel.
“This would never have happened on an Israeli plane,” says Yeffet. “An El Al aircraft was hijacked for the first and last time in 1968. Since then, there has not been a single flight where security did not check every single name.”However, it would have taken more than just a pair of Iranians with forged documents, Yeffet said, to pull off such an astonishing crime. “I can’t believe for a second that if these people planned to hijack the aircraft, it was just them,” he said. But based upon the tried-and-true Israeli intelligence strategy of profiling, the pilots, he said, are unlikely suspects.“We are talking about a captain who is 53 years old, who has worked for Malaysia Airlines for 30 years, and suddenly he became a terrorist? He wanted to commit suicide? If he committed suicide, where is the debris?”Adding that the captain in question, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, was known to be happily married and comfortably well-off, Yeffet said the profile simply does not fit. “From the United States to China to Japan, everybody is searching for this aircraft or piece of it. And there is no sign. So in my opinion, the aircraft was hijacked. And it was an excellent plan from the terrorists, to land in a place where they can hide the plane and no one can find it.”Lt. Col. (Res.) Eran Ramot, a former IAF fighter pilot and the head of aviation research at Israel’s Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies, however, drew other conclusions.“It would be very complicated [for someone other than the pilot to have flown the plane],” Ramot said, based on the stunning revelations that the flight not only made a total U-turn from its planned route but also dipped in between radar points for hours and had all of its tracking systems manually turned off. “It takes somebody that knows how to operate an airplane like this.”Like Yeffet, Ramot believes the plane was being intentionally flown to a secret location, and he went as far as to say he is holding out hope that the 239 passengers and crew who were on board are still alive.“We don’t know any better yet,” he said. “One of my theories is that the airplane landed in Bangladesh. It could reach there, it’s very close to Afghanistan. It could have landed on airstrip there, and everybody on board is still alive. It could be done.”Asked what would have happened if the plane – which went undetected for hours as it blipped across Malaysian radars – had entered Israeli airspace, Ramot said, “It would not go unnoticed, that’s for sure. Action would have been carried out, the least of which would have been an interception to escort it.”That doesn’t mean that the Malaysian military wasn’t paying attention, he added. It’s simply that in Israel, the margin for taking chances is significantly reduced.“It’s a matter of atmosphere,” he said. “Here, every blip on the screen is suspicious because that’s the way we live. That’s our daily program. I can’t imagine they pay as much attention, but if a blip runs wide or runs strange, I would expect them to notice.”Pini Schiff, one of Israel’s top aviation security experts, said that if there is any comfort that Israelis can take from the story of MH 370, which is proving to be one of the most confounding aviation disasters of all time, it is that it could never happen to a plane flying out of Ben-Gurion International Airport.“It simply wouldn’t happen at Ben-Gurion,” he said. “The level of security at Ben-Gurion and on all El Al planes is so high, there is nothing more they could do… Nations are not spending billions of dollars the way the Israeli government is protecting Israeli aviation, because the threat against Israeli aviation is so high. What we are doing in Ben-Gurion is an operation that is not being done in any other airport in the world. Not in the United States, not in Britain, not in Germany, not anywhere.”Like his colleagues, Schiff said that his guess is as good as anyone’s as to the fate of MH 370, but he also believes there’s a good possibility that it has been brought down, intact, on a hidden runway in some far-flung corner of the world.“It will be found. It may take a month or a year, but eventually, it will be found,” he said. “This aircraft didn’t vanish. It exists somewhere in the world, and it will be found, probably in one piece.”
Iran pursuing banned items for nuclear, missile work: U.S. official
By William Maclean -MAR 17,14-Yahoonews
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has pursued a longstanding effort to buy banned components for its nuclear and missile programs in recent months, a U.S. official said on Sunday, a period when it struck an interim deal with major powers to limit its disputed atomic activity.Vann Van Diepen, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Non-Proliferation, said Iran was still "very actively" creating front companies and engaging in other activity to conceal procurements.The reported supplies do not contravene last year's breakthrough agreement between Tehran and six world powers to curb its most sensitive atomic activity in exchange for some limited easing of sanctions damaging its economy.But such trade would breach a 2006 U.N. embargo banning the provision by any nation to Iran of materials related to its nuclear and missile development work. Western experts say such low-profile procurement efforts by Iran date back many years, perhaps decades in the case of its nuclear activity.Asked if he had seen a change in Iranian procurement behavior in the past six to 12 months, a period that has seen a cautious thaw in U.S.-Iranian relations after decades of hostility, Van Diepen replied: "The short answer is no."They still continue very actively trying to procure items for their nuclear program and missile program and other programs," he told Reuters in an interview."We continue to see them very actively setting up and operating through front companies, falsifying documentation, engaging in multiple levels of trans-shipment ... to put more apparent distance between where the item originally came from and where it is ultimately going."Asked for reaction to the allegation, a senior Iranian official replied: "No comment".Van Diepen did not say what sort of components Iran had sought to obtain or which part of a government known for having competing hardline and moderate factions was responsible. In the past, Western officials said Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards and the Defence Ministry - both hotbeds of opposition to any rapprochement with the West - were believed to control clandestine nuclear procurement efforts.Iran denies Western allegations that it has long sought covertly to develop the means to produce nuclear weapons, saying its uranium enrichment program is solely a peaceful endeavor to yield electricity as well as isotopes for medical treatments.
Diplomats have said that Iran is meeting its commitments under the November deal, under which Iran suspended its higher-grade enrichment and stopped increasing its capacity to produce low-refined uranium, among other steps. Uranium forms the core of a nuclear bomb if enriched to a high fissile purity.The six- month agreement, which took effect on January 20 this year, was designed to buy time for talks on a final settlement defining the overall scope of Iran's nuclear work to end fears that it could be diverted to military ends.Those talks got under way in Vienna last month and a second round at the political director level will be held on March 18-19, also in the Austrian capital. The aim is to reach an agreement by late July, although that deadline can be extended by another half year if both sides agree.Iran has one of the biggest missile programs in the Middle East, regarding such weapons as an important deterrent and retaliatory force against U.S. and other adversaries - primarily Gulf Arabs - in the region in the event of war.Its efforts to develop, test and field ballistic missiles, and build a space launch capability, have helped drive billions of dollars of U.S. ballistic missile defence expenditure, and contributed to Israel's threats of possible pre-emptive military action against Iranian nuclear installations.Since Iran is not a self-sufficient manufacturer of missiles, the expansion of its inventory depends on the import of goods and materiel sourced abroad.Van Diepen said that while there was no direct link between the level of Iranian illicit procurement and the negotiations on a settlement to the nuclear dispute, "obviously if the negotiations succeed then there should therefore be a corresponding decrease in Iranian proliferation activity."(Additional reporting by Parisa Hafezi in Ankara and Fredrik Dahl in Vienna, editing by Mark Heinrich)
Malaysia plane search straddles continent as police focus on crew
By Tim Hepher and Jane Wardell 1 hour ago-MAR 17,14-Yahoonews
KUALA LUMPUR/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia took charge on Monday of scouring the southern Indian Ocean for a missing passenger jet and Malaysia requested radar data from countries stretching as far as central Asia, amid mounting evidence the plane's disappearance was meticulously planned.No trace of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has been found since it vanished on March 8 with 239 people aboard. Investigators are increasingly convinced it was diverted perhaps thousands of miles off course by someone with deep knowledge of the Boeing 777-200ER and commercial navigation.Suspicions of hijacking or sabotage hardened further after it was confirmed the last radio message from the cockpit - an informal "all right, good night" - was spoken after someone had begun disabling one of the plane's automatic tracking systems.But police and a multi-national investigation team may never know for sure what happened in the cockpit unless they find the plane, and that in itself is a daunting challenge.Satellite data suggests the plane could be anywhere in either of two vast corridors that arc through much of Asia: one stretching north from northern Thailand to Kazakhstan, the other south from Indonesia into the Indian Ocean west of Australia. China, which has been vocal in its impatience with Malaysian efforts to find the plane, called on its smaller neighbor to "immediately" expand and clarify the scope of the search. About two-thirds of the passengers aboard MH370 were Chinese.Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had spoken to Malaysian counterpart Najib Razak by telephone, and had offered more surveillance resources in addition to the two P-3C Orion aircraft his country has already committed."He asked that Australia take responsibility for the search in the southern vector, which the Malaysian authorities now think was one possible flight path for this ill-fated aircraft," Abbott told parliament. "I agreed that we would do so."Malaysia's transport ministry said in a statement on Monday it had sent diplomatic notes to all countries along the northern and southern search corridors, requesting radar and satellite information as well as land, sea and air search operations.The Malaysian navy and air force was also searching the southern corridor, it said.
FOCUS ON CREW
The plane's disappearance has baffled investigators and aviation experts. It disappeared from civilian air traffic control screens off Malaysia's east coast less than an hour after taking off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing.Malaysian authorities believe that, as the plane crossed the northeast coast and flew across the Gulf of Thailand, someone on board shut off its communications systems and turned sharply to the west.That has focused attention on the crew. Malaysian police are trawling through the backgrounds of the pilots, flight and ground staff for any clues to a possible motive in what they say is now being treated as a criminal investigation.The last words from the cockpit of the missing plane were spoken as it was leaving Malaysian- run airspace and being handed over to air traffic controllers in Vietnam.The sign-off came after one of the plane's data communication systems, which would have enabled it to be tracked beyond radar coverage, had been switched off, Malaysia's Acting Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said on Sunday."The answer to your question is yes, it was disabled before," he told reporters when asked if the ACARS system - a maintenance computer that relays data on the plane's status - had been shut down before the "all right, good night" sign-off.It is not known who on board spoke those words, which were first revealed last week.The informal hand-off went against standard radio procedures, which would have called for the speaker to read back instructions for contacting the next control centre and include the aircraft's call sign, said Hugh Dibley, a former British Airways pilot and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society. Investigators are likely to examine the recording for any signs of psychological stress and to determine the speaker's identity to confirm whether the flight deck had been taken over by hijackers or the pilot himself was involved, he said.
Police special branch officers searched the homes of the captain, 53-year-old Zaharie Ahmad Shah, and first officer, 27-year-old Fariq Abdul Hamid, in middle-class suburbs of Kuala Lumpur close to the international airport on Saturday.Among the items taken for examination was a flight simulator Zaharie had built in his home.A senior police official familiar with the investigation said the flight simulator programs were closely examined, adding they appeared to be normal ones that allow users to practice flying and landing in different conditions.A second senior police official with knowledge of the investigation said they had found no evidence of a link between the pilots and any militant group."Based on what we have so far, we cannot see the terrorism link here," he said. "We looked at known terror or extremist groups in Southeast Asia, the links are not there."Background checks are also being made on the 227 passengers on the flight, including aviation engineer Mohd Khairul Amri Selamat, a 29-year-old Malaysian who worked for a private jet charter company."The focus is on anyone else who might have had aviation skills on that plane," the second police source told Reuters.As an engineer specializing in executive jets, Khairul would not necessarily have all the knowledge needed to divert and fly a large jetliner.
NORTH OR SOUTH?
Electronic signals the plane continued to exchange periodically with satellites suggest it could have continued flying for about six hours after moving out of range of Malaysian military radar off the northwest coast, following a commercial aviation route across the Andaman Sea towards India.The plane had enough fuel to fly for a total of about seven-and-a-half to eight hours, Malaysia Airlines' Chief Executive Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said on Sunday.Twenty-six countries are involved in the search, stretching from the shores of the former Soviet republics of central Asia to the far south of the Indian Ocean.Three French civil aviation experts who were involved in the search for an Air France jet that crashed in the Atlantic in 2009 arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Monday to join the growing international search and investigation team.A source familiar with official U.S. assessments of satellite data being used to try and find the plane said it was believed most likely it turned south sometime after the last sighting by Malaysian military radar, and may have run out of fuel over the Indian Ocean.The Malaysian government-controlled New Straits Times on Monday quoted sources close to the investigation as saying data collected was pointing instead towards the northern corridor. Investigators were also looking at disused airfields in the region with runways capable of handling a large passenger aircraft such as the Boeing 777, the paper said.The New Straits Times also said that the plane dropped to an altitude of 5,000 ft or lower, using a low-flying technique known as "terrain masking" to defeat civilian radar coverage after turning back from its scheduled flight path.The reports could not be immediately verified.(Additional reporting by Niluksi Koswanage, Anshuman Daga, Al-Zaquan Amer Hamzah, Stuart Grudgings and Anuradha Raghu in Kuala Lumpur, Mark Hosenball in Washington, Sanjib Kumar Roy and Nita Bhalla in Port Blair, India, Sruthi Gottipati in Visakhapatnam, India, Frank Jack Daniel and Douglas Busvine in New Delhi; Writing by Alex Richardson; Editing by Paul Tait)