Thursday, March 20, 2014
Why Everything The Media Has Told You About The Disappearance Of Flight 370 To Date Has Been False
There is a basic fact about every Boeing aircraft flying in the skies around the world today that is never mentioned by the news media or the talking head experts they trot out to mislead us in its coverage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The Boeing 777 carrying 227 passengers that disappeared on March 8, 2014 was equipped with Boeing's Uninterruptible Autopilot System. That has been a matter of public record since at least 2007 when Boeing announced that all of its planes would be equipped with the anti-hijacking software. This program was designed not only to protect a commercial aircraft from hijacking by terrorists but also from the actions of rogue crew members piloting the plane. Essentially, once this software program is enabled, nobody can control the plane except the folks on the ground whose interest is ensuring that the flight makes it either to its intended destination point or other safe location in the event of any human or mechanical emergency. In short, the plane is operated as a drone to ensure the safety of passengers and crew members in the event of any emergency short of catastrophic failure of the aircraft due to mechanical failure, which would be a very rare occurrence in any modern Boeing jet, or collision with another object, such as another aircraft or missile fired at the plane.
Once you accept the fact that the people on the ground in charge of this particular aircraft at the airline had the ability to control Flight 370 and the claim that the plane's disappearance occurred as the result of an intentional act, perhaps by the flight's crew, the focus should be on Boeing and Malaysia Airlines to explain why they didn't activate the Uninterruptible Autopilot System. As a retired commercial airline pilot for Delta Airlines and former military pilot, Field McConnell explains in the interview above, that a French-owned aerospace company, Thales, developed the Uninterruptible Autopilot System for Boeing. McConnell takes credit for public disclosure of the Uninterruptible Autopilot System as a result of a lawsuit he filed in federal court back in 2006 to prove its existence, which he claimed had been installed on some Boeing aircraft at least as far back as the date of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
It's also been revealed that Rolls Royce, whose engine is installed in the Boeing 777, has embedded software that periodically connects to a satellite and uploads the latest information concerning the plane's engines to assist mechanical crews on the ground in performing routine maintenance and repairs to the plane's engines. It was that streaming data that informed officials that the plane had flown for at least five more hours before the system was shut off either intentionally to prevent further data from being uploaded to the satellite or by human intervention.
In McConnell's interview above, he also draws attention to the 20 highly-technical employees of Freescale Semicondutor who were passengers on Flight 370. Freescale is an Austin-based technology company that produces and designs embedded hardware used in a variety of applications, including aerospace applications for use by the U.S. military. When the company was still a division of the Motorola Company back in the 1960s, it provided semiconductor devices, ground-based tracking and on-board tracking devices for the Apollo missions to the moon. According to McConnell, Freescale has a pending patent for making non-stealth aircraft invisible to radar. The Carlyle Group and Blackstone Group, two business entities that played prominently in the lead-up to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the U.S, led a buyout of Freescale from Motorola in 2006. In light of the nature of Freescale's technological capabilities, special attention should be paid to the unlikely chance that 20 of its most skilled professionals would be on board Flight 370. Suffice it to say that the U.S. government and its controlled military contractors know much more about the disappearance of Flight 370 than they're sharing with the public. Let's hope the secrecy revolving around the disappearance of Flight 370 doesn't lead to yet another 9/11-styled attack.
Per standard operating procedure, the Communist News Network (a/k/a CNN), has been at the forefront in the disinformation campaign regarding Flight 370's disappearance. I find it too coincidental that their international anchor, Richard Quest, just happened to fly along with Flight 370's co-pilot in another Boeing plane's cockpit only days before Flight 370 disappeared. Quest, who describes himself as a gay, Jewish man, created controversy for himself in 2008 when he was busted at New York's Central Park at 3:40 a.m. for possessing crystal meth. He was ordered by a judge to undergo drug counseling for six months, even as he insisted that the "highly regrettable incident, is that nothing is as it seems – and certainly not the way it was reported at the time."