MH370 Revisited Part 1:
Malaysians Defy Zionist Disinformation
[...] A Loss of Nerve
After takeoff from Kuala Lumpur airport just after midnight, the pilot should have veered off the scheduled route to Beijing while the aircraft was still overland and not yet reached the seacoast. To the northeast of Kuala Lumpur, the jetliner could have safely slipped between the lower-elevation Genting Highlands and Fraser Hills for radar invisibility and turned westward, remaining far south of radar range of the international airports at Penang and Langkawi island.
The pilot, however, missed the easiest turning points and proceeded beyond the Pacific coast, missing other possible crossing lanes over the increasing higher Main Range. When the plane crossed the extended Malaysian-Thai maritime boundary, a radar station at Kota Terengganu, south of the Thai border, picked up signals indicating sudden erratic right and then left turns, first rising and then dropping to a much lower elevation. These out-of-control movements indicate the pilot was having problems with steering the aircraft. The plane's radio communications was suddenly cut off, as indicated by the co-pilot's futile attempt to make a distress call from his mobile phone.
If the cockpit vents were indeed spewing tranquilizer gas, the pilots could have easily put on their oxygen masks and ordered the loosening of breathing masks inside the passenger cabin. Obviously, the emergency oxygen system had tampered with by a Boeing mechanic at Kuala Lumpur International Airport or earlier at Tarbes-Lourdes Airport in the French Pyrenees, where the leased planes was parked and serviced by GA Telesis for six months of 2013. The plane actual production number is therefore vital to the investigation, regardless of insurance claims.
Within minutes, a Thai military radar unit at an undisclosed location, picked up signals indicating the plane turned around and was flying back toward Malaysia. That U-turn, following some confused movements, indicates that an Israeli satellite or electronic-warfare aircraft had successfully taken over the controls of MH370.
The Boeing 777 then crossed over a series of peaks of three Malaysian states, including Terengganu, Perak and Kedah. After 2 a.m., the jetliner slipped through the gap between Penang and Lankawi airports, where its trajectory over Butterworth rail station was picked up by a radar unit at Surathani Airport in Thailand, which was probably alerted by Thai military aircraft trackers. Thailand will not disclose what it knows because of its recent purchase of a fleet of SAAB fighter jets to counterbalance Malaysia's Sukhoi attack planes.
No pilot would attempt such such a crazed high-risk flight path over a series of mountains at nighttime. Therefore the only possible explanation is that the pilot failed to perform his assigned task, and an electronic hijacking system took over the cockpit for a mad dash toward Diego Garcia with the crown jewels of American technology and a cargo of unsuspecting passengers fast asleep under the effects of drugged air.
Faking a Mid-Sea Crash
After their harrowing stopover at Diego Garcia, what could have happened to MH370? With Phil Wood out of their way and possibly dead by March 20 at an isolated corner of Diego Garcia, the passengers apparently continued to refuse cooperation with their Israeli captors.
Thus, delays stymied the Israeli effort to identify the computer programmers who had developed the game-changing Kinetis KL02 and KL03 microcontroller chips, the core of a new generation of ultra-small weapons, which Israel hopes to deploy against Iranian military installations and underground nuclear plants. The debriefing of passengers would thus a require more interrogation time and more interrogators with Malay and Chinese language skills than available on Diego Garcia.
Then, as State Department intelligence began its inquiry into the solitary confinement of the American security expert at an US military base, the Israeli had to quickly move the passengers off Diego Garcia. The American garrison obviously could not have the physical evidence of the Malaysian plane nor the illegal detention of more than 200 civilians uncovered by diplomatic intelligence and CIA agents.
Sleight of Hand
The planned move to Australia was unacceptable to IDF Headquarters in Tel Aviv. The Freescale chip designers were urgently needed to produce their breakthrough microcontrollers in Israel. The Israeli military-industrial complex was obsessed with a crash program to design and build ultra-small self-guided weapons for the coming attack on Iran's underground nuclear plants, air-defense system and command-and-control centers.
Therefore, the Israeli pilots headed toward Australia as ordered by the American military but then faked an air crash in the southern Indian Ocean. A steep nosedive with last-second pullout was enough to deceive the Australian and US governments. After a radar image was picked up in Perth, the pilot turned the plane around in the opposite direction, toward the Red Sea and Israel. This is why the sea search was not launched until more than two weeks after the plane went missing.
Once again, MH370 evaded radar detection, this time on its final journey, to the Promised Land.
MH370 Revisited Part 2:
Protecting US Defense Technology
In short, the operation requires a well-equipped and highly trained Air Force with the most advanced, which reduces the field to the USAF and the Israeli Air and Space Wing. The operation also involves an on-the-ground military intelligence corps, thoroughly knowledgeable about passenger and crew behavior in a hijacking situation. Among the world's 192 countries, no air force unit has as much air-hijacking expertise as the Special Surface-Air Designation Team Unit 5101, Israel's most secret special forces group, which is known by the Hebrew term for "kingfisher" or Shaldag.
In recent years, Shaldag conducted the deep infiltration into Syrian territory to target a suspected nuclear plant being built by North Korean technicians. Later, Kingfishers aboard helicopters, flying undetected amid white-hot phosphorus barrages, used short-range missiles and gunfire to suppress nearly every Hamas rocket-launch site during Operation Pillar of Fire against Gaza. All the credit was given to Israel's Iron Dome missile shield, while the real story of highly disciplined forward-deployed soldiers will never see the light of day.
The commander of Shaldag has earned a sterling reputation for accurate intelligence work, meticulous preparation, boldness in attack and personal bravery for his many successful operations. As a result, General Benjamin "Benny" Ganz was promoted to Chief of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Force in 2011. His first major decision was to combine the land, sea and air special forces into a combined spearhead called the Iran Force. War is on the horizon.
The electronic hijacking of MH370 to seize the Firewall KL technology has all the hallmarks of Ganz's tactical genius, steel determination and utter ruthlessness. One team led by one leader pulled off the airborne equivalent of an Ocean's 11 heist. On a good day in a certain light, the general even looks like George Clooney.
Outgunned and outnumbered by Israel's best and cruelest, Phil Wood had no chance in this fight, but he tripped up his Israeli captors long enough for this ongoing investigation by many veteran analysis in the US and Malaysia, networked through rense.com, to pick up the trail and pursue the Ganz gang. The American hero's body will probably never be found, when there are so many places to dig holes in the Chagos Islands.
To the Promised Land
So what happened to the Malaysian Airline passengers if they did not die on impact in the southern Indian Ocean?
The jet flew toward the Red Sea, where electronic-warfare planes with Israeli Air Force routinely jam Saudi and Egyptian radar. Nearing the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, the Israel pilot would then veer the jetliner into the Gulf of Aqaba and over the Israeli-controlled Negev Desert, while trying not to be spotted near the port of Eilat. The plane was therefore probably flown at night.
To guarantee a safe landing, a Boeing 777 requires a 3900 meter runway like the one at Diego Garcia. There are only three such long airfields in Israel, including the international airports of Tel Aviv Ben Gurion and Ovda outside Eilat. Landing a Malaysian jetliner at either civilian airport would be too conspicuous since Malaysia does not recognize the "Zionist entity" as a legitimate nation-state. Conversely, it would seem equally strange to ground crews for an El Al jet land at Kuala Lumpur. There is no love lost between these two small countries.
That leaves only one possible destination, which is Nevatim Air Base south of Beersheba and close to the Dimona Nuclear Weapons Reactor. The largest airfield in the Middle East, Nevatim is the base for Israel's strategic nuclear strike force and was used for tactical bombing campaigns against Gaza. Its secret facilities include hardened underground hangars large enough to hide a Boeing 777.
There inside the labyrinth below sand, gravel and concrete slabs, Israel Air Force interrogators have by now filtered out the Freescale programmers for dispatch to IDF electronics-warfare laboratories at smaller military bases. Their design concepts and production data will establish production of tiny microcontroller chips at some of the 60 semiconductor companies that are members of the Israel Advanced Technology Alliance (IATI), which is owned by the Paris-based Rothschild Group.
Lord Jacob Rothschild, head of London-based Rothschild Capital and dominant investor in the Blackstone Group, was unable to pry the Kinetis KL series, from the American executive management at Freescale's Austin headquarters. Thus the head of the Rothschild dynasty made a lateral pass to his French nephew Benjamin, whose IATI group is directly connected with the IDF electronic warfare division. The history of the Rothschild fortune follows an iron rule: Whenever you can't buy, steal.
Gen. Benny Ganz and his Shaldag force were given the complicated assignment to obtain the microcontroller by any necessary means. In cooperation with the Mossad station in Singapore and Beijing, the Israeli Air and Space Wing's special operations group devised the operational plan to seize the Freescale programmers and their hard drives aboard MH370.
The operation proceeded much like one of the intricate plots of the Ocean's 11 series, beset with unexpected crises, but in the end brilliantly successful.
The loser in the MH370 heist is not just Malaysia, but also the United States of America, which has been humiliated as well as burned by its little upstart ally. Punishing Israel won't be easy, even for a superpower.
Chandra Muzaffar, head of the Malaysia human-rights group JUST International, described the present situation as: "Barack Obama is only the second president to move away from support for Israel. The first American leader who openly opposed Israel was John Kennedy, and look what happened to him."
The theft of the tiny Kinetis microchip is a giant step toward a war on Iran. The success of the hijack operation is also a major challenge to America's superpower status. A new global empire headquartered in Israel, Wall Street and the City of London now feels confident enough to slap around the Pentagon and the White House with impunity, and kill an American defense intelligence agent inside a US military base.
If history offers any lessons, two centuries ago the Rothschild-financed and controlled Royal British Army smashed through US Marine Corps defenses and stormed into Washington DC. After eating dinner inside the presidential residence, the British troopers set fire to the White House. It is happening again.
Yoichi Shimatsu, former editor with the Japan Times group, is a Hong Kong-based science writer.
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