Wednesday, March 19, 2014
DAY 12-A MISSING MH370-777-200
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 9:45AM WED MAR 19,2014
JOHN MAGAW WAS JUST ON CNN AND HE IS CALLING FOR CAMERAS IN THE COCKPIT AND TO WATCH ALL THE PASSANGERS ALSO WITH CAMERAS.HE ALSO SAID THAT THE DOORS ON THE COCKPIT SHOULD BE CHANGED.THAT IF A PILOT LOCKS HIMSELF IN TO DO EVIL ACTIONS IN THE COCKPIT.THAT THE PLANE WORKERS CAN STILL ENTER THAT COCKPIT TO STOP THAT PILOT FROM HIS EVIL ACTIONS.I HAVE BEEN MENTIONING IN MY COMMENTS THAT THIS WILL BE USED TO PUT CAMERAS IN ALL PLANES TO WATCH OUR EVERY MOVE.AND HERE IS THIS GUY FROM WASHINGTON. NOW SAYING WE SHOULD.MY PREDICTION IS COMING TO PASS.LOOKOUT OUR RIGHTS COULD BE WATCHED ON ALL PLANES AT ALL TIMES NOW.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 1:30PM WED MAR 19,2014
WELL NOW I JUST GOT EVEN MORE PROOF THIS IS A KIDNAPPING AND NO TERRORIST THREAT OR SUICIDE MISSION.NOW I FIND OUT-THE MAIN PILOT WAS AN ATHIEST.AN ATHIEST IS GODLESS.SO THIS RULES OUT A SUICE BOMBER OF THE PLANE IN THE OCEAN.BECAUSE IF YOU DO NOT BELIEVE IN A GOD.YOU SURE WOULD NOT KILL YOURSELF FOR ONE (ALLAH).BUT IF THE CO-PILOT WAS A MUSLIM AND HE BELIEVED IN ALLAH SEX FOR MURDER KILL- 72 VIRGINS.THEN WE COULD STILL BE IN FOR A SUICIDE.BUT THEN THE CO-PILOT WOULD HAVE TO KILL THE ATHIEST PILOT AND OVERTAKE THE PLANE HIMSELF.TO ME THIS THEORY IS A BUNCH OF HOGWASH.BUT THE MORE THINGS THAT COME OUT.THE MORE PROOF TO ME ITS A KIDNAPPING.IF YOU WOULD LOVE MONEY AND YOU GOT NO MORALS BY NOT BELIEVING IN GOD.YOU WILL DO ANYTHING FOR CASH IF THE PRICE IS HIGH ENOUGH. AND EVEN IN THE CO-PILOTS CASE.HE COULD GET CASH TO FUND ISLAMIC RADICALS WITH THIS KIDNAPPING.OR THE 2 COULD BE WORKING TOGETHER TO GET THE INFORMATION FROM THE FREESCALE WORKERS.THEN SELL IT TO THE ROGUE MUSLIMS NATIONS FOR BIG CASH FOR 2 BIG FAT BANK ACCOUNTS.BUT TO ME ALL THE PROOF SAYS BOTH PILOTS ARE INVOLVED IN THIS INTERNATIONAL KIDNAPPING OF THE 20 FREESCALE WORKERS.
Zaharie, a Muslim, was a subscriber to atheist Richard Dawkins's Foundation for Reason and Science site and English comedian Eddie Izzard's site." Zaharie Likes" and other activity on Zaharie's YouTube account showed approval of atheist views, an unusual admission in predominantly Muslim Malaysia.HIS DAUGHTER LIVES IN AUSTRAILIA.Thats probably why there looking in Austrailia today for the so called ocean crash dive Plane
Fariq Abdul Hamid co-pilot of Malaysian Airlines MH370 was religious Muslim
Fariq Abdul Hamid, the co-pilot or 1st officer of Malaysian Flight MH370 was a religious Muslim but described as ‘not reckless.’ Fariq Abdul Hamid once invited a passenger named Jonti Roos to check out the cockpit during a flight from Thailand to Malaysia. Fariq was flying with another pilot then. Now that the focus of the hijacking, or ‘piracy’ or foul play has shifted to the pilot and co-pilot, just who is Fariq Abdul Hamid?
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 3:20PM WED MAR 19,2014
CNN GOT BROOK BALDWIN DOING ALL THE PROPAGANDA TODAY SO FAR,FOR THE LAST HOUR AND A HALF TTHE PROPAGANDA BY CNN IS THAT THE PLANE IS IN THE OCEAN AND IT WILL NEVER BE FOUND.DO NOT DBELIEVE THIS HOGWASH BY THIS PUPPET OF OBAMA BROOK BALDWIN AND CNN.THE MORE THE TRUE FACTS COME OUT.THE MORE ITS A CALCULATED-DELIBERATE KIDNAPPING AND NOTHING BUT.THIS FLIGHT SIMULATER HOGWASGH IS JUST ANOTHER DISTRACTION TO GET US OFF THE MAIN POINTS.THIS FLIGHT SIMULATOR MIGHT BE A SMALL POINT.BUT TO ME ITS A NO GO.ALL THE REST OF THE TRUE FACTS SAY KIDNAPPING.AND NOTHING BUT KIDNAPPING.THAT PROPAGANDIST BALDWIN IS ABOUT TO ANSWER QUESTIONS-AND THERE WILL BE NO MENTION OF THE 20 FREESCALE WORKERS OR THE KIDNAPPING WE CAN GUARENTEE.
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THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 12:03 AM WED MAR 19,2014
THANK YOU ERIN BURNETT OF OUTFRONT FOR MENTIONING MY CHINESE MISSLE THEN DRONE DISTRACTION FROM THE SCENE THEORY ON YOUR SHOW LAST NIGHT.AT LEAST YOU WERE THE CLOSEST TO GETTING DOWN TO THE KIDNAPPING OF THIS PLANE.SO I KNOW YOU READ MY STORY AND YOU KNOW THAT I AM RIGHT ON WITH MY THEORY.THAT A MUSLIM ISRAEL-WEST HATER COUNTRY DONE THIS KIDNAPPING TO GET THESE 20 FREESCALE DEFENCE ENGINEERS SECRETS TO USE AGAINST ISRAEL AND THE WEST.
JIM TILLMAN I KNOW-KNOWS WHATS GOING ON TO.HE LAYS HINTS OF A KIDNAPPING BUT CNN OVIOUSLY TELLS HIM TO SHUT UP ABOUT IT.AND JUST GIVES HINTS.BECAUSE IF PEOPLE KNEW THE TRUTH.THEY WOULD KICK UP A FUSS AND GO AFTER THAT EMPTY SUIT OBAMA AND THE WHITEHOUSE ABOUT HOW COULD USE LET THESE FREESCALE DEFENCE INTELIGENCE WORKERS ON A PLANE WITHOUT PROTECTING THEM FROM THIS KIDNAPPING.
THIS IS A SERIOUS BREACH OF SAFETY BY THESE FREESCALE WORKERS.USE AT THE WHITEHOUSE SHOULD HAVE KNOWN NOT TO HAVE THIS MUCH DEFENCE INTELIGENCE ON THAT PLANE WITHOUT PROTECTION THEM FROM THIS KIDNAPPING.NOW WE KNOW OBAMA IS USING CNN THE PUPPET TO DESTRACT THE CITIZENS FROM THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS KIDNAPPING.BY TRYING TO SAY LIKE THEY WERE DOING ALL DAY YESTERDAY.THEY WERE INSISTING IT WAS A FIRE IN THE COCKPIT AND THE PLANE ENDED UP IN THE OCEAN.WHAT A HOGWASH LIE BY CNN TO DECIEVE US ABOUT THE TRUTH.
THE CIA AGENTS AT CNN ANDERSON COOPER AND WOLF BLITZER WERE AGAIN THE LEADERS IN THIS DECEPTION TO TRY TO GET PEOPLE TO BELIEVE THE LIE. PEOPLE WAKE UP DO NOT BE DECIEVED BY OBAMAS PUPPET CNN.IF I COULD FIGURE OUT THIS WAS A DELIBERATE-CONTRIVED KIDNAPPING.WE KNOW THE BIG WIGS AT THE WHITEHOUSE SURE HAVE IT FIGURED OUT.AND COOPER AND BLITZERS BUDDIES FROM THE CIA ARE TELLING THEM WHAT TO SAY TO DEFLECT PEOPLE FROM THE REAL TRUTH.START GETTING THIS MESSAGE AROUND THE WORLD SO EYES GET OPEN TO THIS KIDNAPPING.PLEASE...PLEASE....PLEASE.FOR THE FAMILIES SAKES AND FOR THE 20 INTELLIGENCE WORKERS FROM FREESCALES SAKES.SO THEIR NOT KILLED BY WHOEVER KIDNAPPED THEM AFTER THEY GIVE UP THEIR NUKE NANOTECH-MICROCHIP OMPLANT AND DEFENCE SECRETS TO THIS ISLAMIC ARAB OR MUSLIM COUNTRY OR RUSSIA I WILL ADD TO THAT TO.
THE MISSING PLANE MH370 SITUATION AT 7:12AM WED MAR 19,2014
THERE SAYING NOW THE PILOTS FLIGHT SIMULATOR HAD SOME INFORMATION POSSIBLY DELETED FROM IT.THEY CAN'T SAY FOR SURE.BUT THEY HAVE A HINT THERE WAS INFORMATION TAKEN OFF THAT MACHINE.IT COULD BE THE MISSING INFO OF WHICH WAY AND WERE THIS PLANE WOULD HAVE TAKEN THESE KIDNAPPED FREESCALE WORKERS.
THERE SAYING THE PLANE HEADED SOUTH.AND INDONESIA HAS SOMETHING GOING ON THERE.I WILL FIND OUT LATER.THE FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE LOST PLANE ARE FRANTIC AND FED UP WITH THE MALAYSIAN MEDIA.THEY WANT ANSWERS.AND ARE TRYING TO TAKE ACTION TO DO THAT.ONE LADY HAD A SIGN IN CHINESE SAYING SOMETHING AND SCREAMING OR CRYING LOUDLY.THE FAMILY MEMBERS DESPERATELY WANT ANSWERS ABOUT THEIR LOVED ONES.AND IN CHINA THEY HAVE A ONE CHILD POLICY.SO THE MOTHERS OF THESE LOST LOVED ONES.WANT TO KNOW BADLY WHAT HAPPENED TO THEIR ONLY LOVED ONE-IF THEY ONLY HAD ONE SON OR DAUGHTER ON THAT PLANE.AND AS WE KNOW THERE WERE 153 CHINESE MEMBERS AT LEAST ON THAT PLANE.SO THERE COULD BE A LOT OF MOTHERS WHO LOST THEIR SINGLE CHILD.WE PRAY FOR ALL THE KIDNAPPED MEMBERS AND THAT THEY FIND THE PLANE AND FREE THE HOSTAGES BEFORE THEIR KILLED BY THIS ROGUE ISRAEL-WEST HATING NATION OR NATIONS IN THIS CALCULATED-DELIBERATELY CONTRIVED KIDNAPPING OF THESE FREESCALE WORKERS.I AM VERY CONFIDENT NOW WE WILL NOT FIND THAT PLANE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN.BUT ON LAND SOMEWHERE.
Families Of Crashed Air France 447 Victims Wrote A Touching Letter To Relatives Of Malaysia Passengers-Pamela Engel-Mar. 19, 2014, 3:28 PM
A woman writes on a banner of well wishes for the passengers of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.A German association of family members of those killed on Air France flight 447, which went missing over the Atlantic Ocean in June 2009, has published an open letter to the families of passengers on the Malaysia 777 that went missing 12 days ago.In the Air France case, an Airbus A330 took off from Rio de Janeiro and was bound for Paris when it crashed, killing all 228 people on board.It took five days to find debris from the crash, and nearly two years to track down most of the wreckage and the black boxes. The letter was shared on Facebook by the Families and Friends of American Eagly Flight 4184:
On behalf of the families of the German victimes of flight AF447, which crashed on 1st of June 2009, we would like to express to you our sympathy and compassion in these days of utmost anxiety about the fate of your beloved ones on flight MH370.
Alike you we are completely dismayed about the vague and partially contradicting information policy by the Malaysian Government. As MH370 is an international flight and booked by passengers from various countries you as families should feel entitled to approach your respective national Governments to put pressure on the Malysian military and civil authorities to speed up the investigations and to care for quicker release of findings.
We also encourage you to demand together with your national Governments right now and in addition to ICAO Annex 13 (Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation) a neutral investigation to be carried out by competent experts of your choice in order to safeguard full transparency and best practices be applied. In this respect the families concerned should also envisage a legal incorporation in form of an association in their respective homecountries.
As to immediate financial aid we recommend that you demand from Malaysia Airlines a first installment out of 113,100 special drawing rights according to the Montreal Convention of 28th May 1999.
Watching your case very carefully and sending you our sincerest wishes
Dr. Bernd Gans Barbara Crolow
Investigators have yet to find a trace of the Malaysia plane, a Boeing 777200-ER.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/air-france-447-victim-families-wrote-letter-to-families-of-malaysia-passengers-2014-3#ixzz2wQ24gcfp
Relatives grow frustrated as no trace of jet found
By SATISH CHENEY 41 minutes ago-mar 19,14-yahoonews
An elderly woman, one of the relatives of Chinese passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, covers her face out of frustration as she leaves a hotel ballroom after a daily briefing meeting with managers of Malaysia Airlines in Beijing, China, Wednesday, March 19, 2014. Search crews from 26 countries are looking for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which vanished early March 8 with 239 people aboard en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Frustration is growing among relatives of those on the plane at the lack of progress in the search. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysian airliner grew increasingly frustrated Wednesday over the search's lack of progress as planes sweeping across vast expanses of the Indian Ocean and satellites peering on Central Asia turned up no new clues in the hunt.Malaysian authorities examined new radar data from Thailand that could potentially give clues on how to retrace the course of the plane that vanished early March 8 with 239 people aboard en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Twenty-six countries are looking for the aircraft as relatives anxiously await news."It's really too much. I don't know why it is taking so long for so many people to find the plane. It's 12 days," Subaramaniam Gurusamy, 60, said in an interview from his home on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. His 34-year-old son Pushpanathan Subramaniam was on the flight heading to Beijing for a work trip."He's the one son I have," Subaramaniam said.Two Chinese relatives of passengers held up a banner and started shouting at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur's airport where officials were set to hold a briefing on the search. Police escorted them from the venue.
Investigators have identified two giant arcs of territory spanning the possible positions of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 about 7½ hours after takeoff, based on its last faint signal to a satellite. Cmdr. William Marks, a spokesman for the U.S. Navy's 7th Fleet, said finding the plane was like trying to locate a few people somewhere between New York and California.Aircraft from Australia, the U.S. and New Zealand on Wednesday scoured a search area stretching across 305,000 square kilometers (117,000 square miles) of the Indian Ocean, about 2,600 kilometers (1,600 miles) southwest of Perth, on Australia's west coast.Merchant ships were also asked to look for any trace of the plane. Nothing has been found, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said.China has said it was reviewing radar data and deployed 21 satellites to search the northern corridor of the search area stretching as far as Kazakhstan. Those searches so far have turned up no trace of the plane, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said Wednesday.Early in the search, Malaysian officials said they suspected the plane backtracked toward the Strait of Malacca, off western Malaysia. But it took a week for them to confirm Malaysian military radar data suggesting that route.Thai military officials said Tuesday their own radar showed an unidentified plane, possibly Flight 370, flying toward the strait minutes after the Malaysian jet's transponder signal was lost. Air force spokesman Air Vice Marshal Montol Suchookorn said the Thai military doesn't know whether the plane it detected was Flight 370.Investigators now will be checking previous Malaysian military radar data against the Thai data to see if they can confirm locations for the plane and possibly a direction it was heading in order to narrow the search area, aviation safety experts said.The two sets of data have to be "overlayed" to confirm that the hits, or targets, are recording the same plane or that it is indeed a plane and not a flock of birds or even a rainstorm. To do that, investigators need to determine that both radars were looking at the same place in the sky at exactly the same time down to the second.Because the plane's transponder had been turned off, the hits don't contain identification, location or altitude. Both radars were recording what's known as a primary return — essentially a radar signal bouncing of an object in the sky and returning."All you see is a little dot moving across the screen," said Rory Kay, a U.S. airline training captain and former Air Line Pilots Association safety committee chairman.Malaysia has said the loss of communications and change in the aircraft's course are consistent with a deliberate diversion of the plane, whether it was the pilots or others aboard who were responsible. Police are considering the possibility of hijacking, sabotage, terrorism or issues related to the mental health of the pilots or anyone else on board, but have yet to say what they have uncovered.Malaysia Airlines CEO Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said some sort of problem aboard the plane was not out of the question, although he noted the plane was intact enough to send a signal to a satellite for several hours. Observers have noted that some sort of distress signal would have been likely in the event of a cockpit fire.As further confirmation that someone was guiding the plane after it disappeared from civilian radar, airline pilots and aviation safety experts said an onboard computer called the flight management system would have to be deliberately programmed in order to follow the route taken by the plane as described by Malaysian authorities."If you are going to fly the airplane to a waypoint that is not a straight ... route to Beijing, and you were going to command the flight management computer and the autopilot system, you really have to know how to fly the airplane," said John Gadzinski, a U.S. Boeing 737 captain.Investigators have asked security agencies in countries with passengers on board to check their backgrounds, but no suspicious findings have been announced.___AP writers Ian Mader, Chris Brummitt, Jim Gomez and Eileen Ng in Kuala Lumpur, Joan Lowy in Washington, Thanyarat Doksone in Bangkok and Kristen Gelineau in Sydney contributed to this report.
National interests hamper complex Malaysia jet search
By Giles Hewitt - mar 19,14-YAHOONEWS
Kuala Lumpur (AFP) - National self-interest and confusion about operational control looked Wednesday to be unsettling the already daunting 26-nation search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet, with boats and planes sitting idle pending clear orders.Malaysia has underlined the importance of outside help in scouring two land and sea corridors equivalent in size to the entire land mass of Australia.But Indonesia acknowledged Wednesday it had only just provided clearance for surveillance aircraft from Australia, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia to overfly its territory, while saying its own vessels await instructions from Kuala Lumpur."It is not that Indonesia does not want to issue permits, but we have a mechanism to follow that we have to respect," military spokesman Iskandar Sitompul said, insisting Jakarta was not trying to "slow down" the process."It must go through the foreign ministry first before being submitted to the armed forces," he told AFP.MH370 went missing early on March 8 with 239 passengers and crew, spawning a massive international search across Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean.The hunt has turned up no trace of wreckage as the clock ticks down on the 30 days that the aircraft's black box transmits a signal.
- New Thai evidence -
The Thai air force revealed Wednesday that its military radar had picked up what appeared to be Flight MH370 on March 8, just minutes after investigators believe it was deliberately diverted from its intended flight path by someone on board.Although the aircraft ID could not be 100 percent verified, the Thai data represents crucial corroborative evidence for the conclusions drawn from Malaysian radar tracking of MH370.But it went unreported by the Thai military for nine days after the plane disappeared and only emerged following a check of radar logs on Monday.According to Air Marshal Monthon Suchookornat, the same plane was picked up again later swinging north and disappearing over the Andaman Sea.Nothing was done before because the aircraft was not in Thai airspace "and it was not a threat to Thailand," Monthon said.Malaysia has sought help from more than two dozen countries in the form of radar and satellite analysis, as well as surveillance vessels and aircraft.Acknowledging the "diplomatic, technical and logistical challenges" inherent in running such a multi-national task force, Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said Tuesday that Malaysia was ceding some operational control.Hishammuddin said Australia and Indonesia had agreed to take the lead in the southern corridor across the Indian Ocean, with China and Kazakhstan doing the same in the northern corridor, stretching from northern Thailand into South and Central Asia.But many of the countries involved are not used to such close cooperation -- especially when it comes to sharing possibly sensitive radar data.Many countries in the region, and beyond, have offered and provided technical and logistical support, but bureaucracy and lingering confusion appear to be delaying their operational deployment.Indonesia said it was facing delays in deploying its own resources as it waits for a green light from Malaysia."Five navy warships temporarily halted their search of the Malacca Straits on Monday, as we await further information from Malaysia or elsewhere," Sitompul said.India has similarly suspended search operations in the Andaman Sea for several days."No instructions received. ANC (Andaman and Nicobar Command) on standby awaiting further instructions," a navy spokesman said in a message sent to AFP."It is not for us to take a call on this. It is between governments. We have to simply follow instructions. We are awaiting orders," said a source in the Indian defence ministry in New Delhi.
- 'Out of Malaysia's hands' -
Paul Yap, an aviation lecturer at Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore, expressed sympathy for the Malaysian authorities, saying it was always going to be tough to steer so many countries in one direction."Right now, I think it is out of Malaysia's hands, " Yap said."They crucially need the partners involved to play ball... but I won't be surprised if some are not doing that. It is all about self-interest."For radar data, no country is going to reveal information that will show the shortcomings of their capability," he said."So I wouldn't like to be in Malaysia's shoes."The investigation into the fate of the Boeing 777 has focused on findings it was likely deliberately diverted from its flight path to Beijing, probably by someone in the cockpit with advanced aviation skills.But the drip-feed of often conflicting information from Malaysia has sparked fury among desperate relatives and condemnation from Chinese authorities. Two-thirds of those on board were Chinese.