Malaysian Airlines 370 solved
How the hijackers escaped from the 9/11 planes and MH370 and MH17
First they gassed the passengers with knock-out gas
Mossad followed the same modus operandi that they did for the hijacking of the September 11 planes.
The technology they used to do the hijacking was available in World War II!
With Mossad’s control of Malaysian Airlines and Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport, they were able to spirit onto the planes all the equipment they needed.
Sayanim (Jewish spies) on the ground assisted them with the operation.
They had insider information through espionage and hacks
Two Mossad commandos impersonated and assumed the identity of two Iranians whom they had killed earlier. They were able to get through identification checks because Mossad’s companies, such as Mossad Services and ICTS, had done the necessary clearances beforehand so that passport control and baggage inspection would go through smoothly.
Because they had control of the airlines and airport’s communications network through all the spyware and hacks they had put into the systems at this airport and other airports under their control, they were able to find out the flight schedules and itineraries of Malaysian Airline passengers.
They, therefore, knew ahead of time there would be two Iranians catching the flight on the day of the hijacking. Malaysia is a popular tourist destination for Iranians, being a fellow Muslim country.
The ability to access information from the airline booking system and flight information system is the same reason they chose Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur International Airport for the false flag murder of Kim Chol/Kim Jong Nam (which they blamed on the North Korean government).
Motive was to turn China against Iran
Furthermore, they chose a flight that would have a lot of Chinese people on it. The purpose of the hijacking was similar to that of the September 11 attacks. The 9/11 attacks were done to get the American nation behind the War on Terror. The MH370 hijacking was done to get the Chinese behind the War on Terror and to start hating Iranians.
Therefore, the main victims in this false flag were Chinese.
It was the same MO they used in the 9/11 attacks
The hijackers most likely used the same modus operandi that they did in the September 11 attacks. To incapacitate the crew and passengers, they spray an anesthetic aerosol into the cockpit and cabin of MH370.
Proof that plane was flown by remote control
At this point, the plane’s transponder is turned off. The plane however continues to fly. Proof of this are the signals picked up by satellite. Before the transponder was turned off and all communications with ground control were cut off, there was no sign that a hijacking had taken place. The transponder and communications were cut off without warning.
This is unusual in a hijacking.
The sudden interruption supports the use of an anesthetic nerve agent being used. This kind of chemical agent suddenly knocks out people before they can get a warning out that a hijacking is taking place.
In this hijacking, Mossad dispensed with the theatrics of pretending to be Muslims and speaking to ground control with Arabic accents and saying “Allahu Akbar!”. The perpetrators probably thought Iranian hijackers would behave differently to Saudi hijackers.
After the incapacitation of the crew and passengers is accomplished and they have full control of the plane, the hijackers take over the controls of the plane. At this point, it is already being flown by remote control. Boeings have had technology in place since the successful NASA trials of remote control flying in the 1980s. (The research to fly Boeings by remote control started in 1971. See Fly by Wire.) Mostly Boeings were used in these trials.
Modern planes can be flown using SATCOM and datalinks
The plane is flown by SATCOM and datalinks after that point. The plane gets turned into a drone. (Remember: the technology to fly passenger planes like this had been available since the 1980s). Communication with satellites was maintained, showing the hijackers were active on the plane. Periodically the plane sent a roaming signal to the satellites. Hence, “handshakes” were picked up by the satellites, as reported in the media. This is crucial evidence that there were outsiders controlling the flight of the planes. The plane was flown for six hours in this manner.
The FMS [flight management system] is connected to an autopilot, and is often coupled to additional multi-function displays. In some newer systems, the FMS can relay the aircraft’s position back to air traffic control or airlines’ dispatchers via a DATALINK or SATCOM. (Wikipedia)
How to turn a passenger Boeing into a drone
The FMS hardware in the picture above was present in Boeing planes. This can be hacked so that remote control flight of the plane is possible. Remote control flying is made possible with SATCOM and datalinks. These turn Boeing planes into drones. In addition, some planes come with pre-loadable software. The software can also be changed to alter the plane’s flight path.
Perhaps the destination was meant to look as if it was Iran – to fabricate a story that Iranian hijackers had taken over the plane and wanted to fly it to Iran, their home country. Alternatively, they could have made the plane look like it was heading to some other place in the Middle East to mislead people into thinking this was a Muslim-related hijacking.
The hijackers did a parachute drop from the plane
As in the September 11 attacks, the hijackers left the plane with parachutes strapped to their backs, doing a parachute landing over some pre-designated jump zone, after which they would be picked up. Hence, the hijackers had to keep the plane flying and send signals to satellites. The reconnaissance crew could track the progress of the hijackers in this way.
After the hijackers safely left the plane, the plane was allowed to crash into the ocean.
The accusations against the Iranians immediately begin
After the incident, it should be noted that Israel immediately accused the two Iranian passengers of being responsible for the crash. They brought up the fact that Chinese Muslim Uighurs could be a problem for China in the future. (See the timesofisrael.com report)
Israel wanted to bring to the fore the Muslim connection and they wanted IRANIANS tied to this crash. It is like a replay of the aftermath of September 11 when SAUDI AL QAEDA were blamed for the crash.
But these accusations about the Iranians were mostly overlooked by the nations concerned, overshadowed by the mystery of where the plane had crashed and how it had disappeared. Most of the attention came to be focused on the search for the plane and the passengers.
The final resting place of MH370 remains unknown. Many people say that the plane landed safely and the bodies of the passengers were taken somewhere for use in another false flag (MH 17 crash). However, this is very unlikely. Pieces of the plane have washed up in a couple of places, suggesting that the plane was blown up over the ocean.
Why the plane had to be blown up
Blowing up the plane fits the hijackers’ motives. The perpetrators wanted to destroy any evidence on the plane. If objects used in the false flag came on shore or bodies found, forensic evidence could be obtained from autopsies and other examinations. This is the same as in the September 11 attacks. All the evidence on the planes that could point to a false flag operation had to be destroyed. All the passengers’ bodies had to be completely obliterated, to prevent proper forensic examination of them. This could lead to the discovery of a knock-out gas having been used in the attacks. And so the planes were detonated with pre-planted bombs.
Only a national-level agency could do such a sophisticated operation
The pings that were made to a satellite suggest that this was an operation that was done by an organization that was familiar with remote control flight, done by the use of data links and satellite communications. Only a secret service organization, such as Mossad, that closely works with the government and has a long history of doing false flag operations fits the bill. They have the resources to do such a sophisticated operation. They would need the cooperation of government agencies.
Mossad had done the September 11 attacks with the same method 13 years earlier. Israel’s umanned aerial vehicle industry was quite advanced, thanks to their purloining of UAV technology from Americans years ago. American sayanim had transferred a lot of US technology to Israel. A Boeing plane was chosen for that reason as these passenger planes were the easiest to convert into a drone.
Method of turning a plane into a drone and pilots escaping by parachute had been used in 1944!
And as already stated, the methodology of flying planes with remote control and pilots jumping out of them before they crashed had been used before, as long ago as World War II.
Airforce pilots had been jumping out of planes at high altitudes for decades. HALO (high altitude low oxygen) jumping is nothing new.
HALO jumping has been used for years by most of the advanced militaries
The US military had done such covert HALO operations over enemy territory – possibly they have done it in North Korea.
The theory that Mossad hijacked the plane using knock-out gas, turned the plane into a drone, and parachute-jumped out of the plane is supported by all the evidence above. It is the only theory that fits. Mossad is the most likely candidate who did this. The same modus operandi was used in the September 11 attacks. Mossad had the opportunity, the means and the motive. They are the only national agency to have all three.
Why was a Malaysian plane chosen?
There are many indications that the prime minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, is corrupt. It looks as if Mossad front companies organized his re-election and started shell companies for diverting some of Malaysia’s sovereign funds into his personal coffers – see the 1MDB scandal. It’s highly likely the PM is in the pockets of the Israelis. He is linked to the murder of a Mongolian model who was romantically involved with diplomats.
Through his giving the green light, Mossad was able to wire up Malaysia’s international airports and their police headquarters. The police chiefs are corrupt and are involved in beating political opponents under their care, for example, to extract false testimony (see the sodomy trials of Anwar Ibrahim).
Kuala Lumpur International Airport was also where the Kim Jong Nam “assassination” by Mossad took place. The real Kim Jong Nam was killed elsewhere. The faked assassination of the fake Kim Jong Nam was filmed at the airport. For the fake assassination to take place, the organization had to have control of the security and general operations of the airport. Kuala Lumpur International Airport was and is under Shin Bet control.
Fly By Wire
Kim Jong Nam assassination
All 9/11 airports serviced by one Israeli company
Israeli ICTS connection to Pollard and Schiphol Airport
From FOX News.com:
“Missing jetliner deliberately diverted, Malaysian prime minister says”
- Someone on board shut down communications
- Flew for 6 hours after shut down communications
- 12 crew, 227 passengers, 239 on board
- Whoever shut down the transponder had a high degree of technical knowledge and flying experience
- Boeing 777
- “A pilot rather than a hijacker is more likely to be able to switch off the communications equipment,” Glynn
- Lost contact with air traffic controllers over South China Sea
- Najib also confirmed that Malaysian air force defense radar picked up traces of the plane turning back westward, crossing over Peninsular Malaysia into the northern stretches of the Strait of Malacca.
- “The plane departed for an overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing at 12:40 a.m. on March 8. Its communications with civilian air controllers were severed at about 1:20 a.m., and the jet went missing”
- China was where the bulk of passengers came from
- “Investigators now have a high degree of certainty that one of the plane’s communications systems — the Aircraft and Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) — was partially disabled before the aircraft reached the east coast of Malaysia, Najib said. Shortly afterward, someone on board switched off the aircraft’s transponder, which communicates with civilian air traffic controllers.”
- “Although the aircraft was flying virtually blind to air traffic controllers at this point, onboard equipment continued to send “pings” to satellites.”
- “A source familiar with the investigation but not authorized to speak on the record told Fox News that flight 370 continued to send “periodic pushes” of data after the transponder went dark for about four hours after contact was lost with the aircraft, suggesting the jet continued to fly. This was described to Fox News as signals data that, in isolation, would not provide location data.”
- Satellite communication link was still active while system was not transmitting maintenance data
- Once an hour, system sent out a “handshake”, like a cell phone searching for an antenna tower
- “The handshake” allows satellite to work out how much tilt or arc was needed to be in range of the plane’s signal.
- Handshake gives information about scope or range for the aircraft, but not altitude, speed or location.
- Doesn’t appear that plane had disintegrated during flight because all signals would fail then at the same time
- Northern route might have taken it to China, India, Pakistan or Afghanistan
- “U.S. aviation safety experts say the shutdown of communications systems makes it clear the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was taken over by someone who knew how the plane worked.” = A HIJACKING
- Pilots know how to turn off transponder but someone could learn this information from the net
- ‘The Malaysia plane’s ACARS transmitter continued to send out blips that were recorded by satellite once an hour for four to five hours after the transponder was turned off.’
- ‘The blips don’t contain any messages or data, but the satellite can tell in a very broad way what region the blips are coming from.’
- ‘Malaysia’s prime minister said the last confirmed signal between the plane and a satellite came at 8:11 a.m. — 7 hours and 31 minutes after takeoff.’
- ‘Airline officials have said the plane had enough fuel to fly for up to about eight hours.’
- ‘He said authorities had determined that the plane’s last communication with a satellite was in one of two possible arcs, or “corridors” — a northern one from northern Thailand through to the border of the Central Asian countries Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, and a southern one from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean.’
- ‘Britain-based aviation security consultant Chris Yates thought it was highly unlikely the plane would have taken the northern route across land in Asia.”In theory, any country that sees a strange blip is going to get fighter planes up to have a look,” he said. “And if those fighter planes can’t make head or tail of what it is, they will shoot it down.”
Above from: Focus shifts to flight crew
Missing jetliner deliberately diverted, Malaysian prime minister says
Published March 15, 2014 FoxNews.com
Someone deliberately diverted Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and shut down communications with the ground, and the jetliner continued flying for six hours, Malaysia’s prime minister said Saturday. The announcement shifted the focus of the investigation to the crew and passengers on the plane, which has now been missing for more than a week.
Prime Minister Najib Razak’s statement also meant the flight path of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to Beijing could have strayed as far as the southern Indian Ocean or northwest to Kazakhstan, complicating the work of search crews who already have been scouring vast stretches of ocean seeking the plane’s 12-person crew and 227 passengers.
“Clearly the search for MH370 has entered a new phase,” Najib said at a televised news conference. “It is widely understood that this has been a situation without precedent.”
Experts have previously said that whoever disabled the plane’s communication systems and then flew the jet must have had a high degree of technical knowledge and flying experience. One possibility they have raised was that one of the pilots wanted to commit suicide.
Mike Glynn, a committee member of the Australian and International Pilots Association, said he considers pilot suicide to be the most likely explanation for the disappearance, as was suspected in a SilkAir crash during a flight from Singapore to Jakarta in 1997 and an EgyptAir flight from Los Angeles to Cairo in 1999.
“A pilot rather than a hijacker is more likely to be able to switch off the communications equipment,” Glynn said. “The last thing that I, as a pilot, want is suspicion to fall on the crew, but it’s happened twice before.”
Najib stressed that investigators were looking into all possibilities as to why the Boeing 777 deviated so drastically from its original flight path, saying authorities could not confirm whether it was a hijacking.
He said the jetliners “movements are consistent with the deliberate action of someone on the plane,” BBC News reported.
Earlier Saturday, a Malaysian official said the plane had been hijacked, though he added that no motive had been established and no demands had been made known, despite an earlier report by the Associated Press that investigators had concluded that one of the pilots or someone else with flying experience hijacked the jetliner.
“In view of this latest development, the Malaysian authorities have refocused their investigation into the crew and passengers on board,” Najib told reporters, reading from a written statement but not taking any questions.
Najib also said that the search in the South China Sea, where the plane first lost contact with air traffic controllers, would be ended. He said the new search corridors were based on the latest satellite data.
Najib also confirmed that Malaysian air force defense radar picked up traces of the plane turning back westward, crossing over Peninsular Malaysia into the northern stretches of the Strait of Malacca. Authorities previously had said this radar data could not be verified.
Police on Saturday went to the Kuala Lumpur homes of both the pilot and co-pilot of the missing plane, according to a guard and several local reporters. Authorities have said they will investigate the pilots as part of their probe, but have released no information about how they are progressing.
A Malaysian government official involved in the investigation told the Associated Press on Saturday that no motive has been established, and it is not yet clear where the plane was taken.
The plane departed for an overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing at 12:40 a.m. on March 8. Its communications with civilian air controllers were severed at about 1:20 a.m., and the jet went missing — heralding one of the most puzzling mysteries in modern aviation history.
China, where the bulk of the passengers were from, expressed irritation over what it described as Malaysia’s foot-dragging in releasing information about the search.
Investigators now have a high degree of certainty that one of the plane’s communications systems — the Aircraft and Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) — was partially disabled before the aircraft reached the east coast of Malaysia, Najib said. Shortly afterward, someone on board switched off the aircraft’s transponder, which communicates with civilian air traffic controllers.
Although the aircraft was flying virtually blind to air traffic controllers at this point, onboard equipment continued to send “pings” to satellites.
A source familiar with the investigation but not authorized to speak on the record told Fox News that flight 370 continued to send “periodic pushes” of data after the transponder went dark for about four hours after contact was lost with the aircraft, suggesting the jet continued to fly. This was described to Fox News as signals data that, in isolation, would not provide location data.
While the systems were no longer transmitting maintenance data, the satellite communication link was still active. Once an hour, the system sent out a “handshake” — a form of reset, like a cell phone searching for an antenna tower.
The “handshake” allows the satellite to work out how much tilt or arc was needed to be in range of the plane’s signal. It therefore provides a scope or range for the aircraft, but it does not provide altitude, speed or location.
If the plane had disintegrated during flight or had suffered some other catastrophic failure, all signals — the pings to the satellite, the data messages and the transponder — would be expected to stop at the same time.
The northern route might theoretically have taken the plane through China, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan — which hosts U.S. military bases — and Central Asia, and it is unclear how it might have gone undetected. The region is also home to extremist Islamist groups, unstable governments and remote, sparsely populated areas.
U.S. aviation safety experts say the shutdown of communications systems makes it clear the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was taken over by someone who knew how the plane worked.
To turn off the transponder, someone in the cockpit would have to turn a knob with multiple selections to the “off” position while pressing down at the same time, said John Goglia, a former member of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board. That’s something a pilot would know, but it could also be learned by someone who researched the plane on the Internet, he said.
The Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System has two aspects, Goglia said. The information part of the system was shut down, but not the transmission part. In most planes, the information section can be shut down by hitting cockpit switches in sequence in order to get to a computer screen where an option must be selected using a keypad, said Goglia, an expert on aircraft maintenance.
That’s also something a pilot would know how to do, but that could also be discovered through research, he said.
But to turn off the other transmission portion of the ACARS, it would be necessary to go to an electronics bay beneath the cockpit. That’s something a pilot wouldn’t normally know how to do, Goglia said. The Malaysia plane’s ACARS transmitter continued to send out blips that were recorded by satellite once an hour for four to five hours after the transponder was turned off. The blips don’t contain any messages or data, but the satellite can tell in a very broad way what region the blips are coming from.
Malaysia’s prime minister said the last confirmed signal between the plane and a satellite came at 8:11 a.m. — 7 hours and 31 minutes after takeoff. This was more than five hours later than the previous time given by Malaysian authorities as the possible last contact.
Airline officials have said the plane had enough fuel to fly for up to about eight hours.
“The investigations team is making further calculations which will indicate how far the aircraft may have flown after this last point of contact,” Najib said.
He said authorities had determined that the plane’s last communication with a satellite was in one of two possible arcs, or “corridors” — a northern one from northern Thailand through to the border of the Central Asian countries Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, and a southern one from Indonesia to the southern Indian Ocean.
Flying south would have put the plane over the Indian Ocean, with an average depth of 12,762 feet and thousands of miles from the nearest land mass.
Earlier Friday, a senior U.S. official told Fox News that the search effort would be broadened deep into the Indian Ocean, based on new intelligence assessments that there is a “higher probability” the aircraft went down in that region.
As a consequence of shared U.S.-Malaysian intelligence assessments, the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Kidd is expected to expand its search into a southern quadrant of the ocean, while Indian authorities will cover a northern quadrant.
Goglia said that if Malaysian military radar tracked the plane turning west, it then followed a standard route across the peninsula until it was several hundred miles (kilometers) offshore and beyond military radar range. Airliners generally keep to such highways in the sky to avoid colliding with other planes, but the routes are not straight lines, he said. That means it’s likely someone was still guiding the plane, Goglia said.
Britain-based aviation security consultant Chris Yates thought it was highly unlikely the plane would have taken the northern route across land in Asia.
“In theory, any country that sees a strange blip is going to get fighter planes up to have a look,” he said. “And if those fighter planes can’t make head or tail of what it is, they will shoot it down.”
Indian officials said navy ships supported by long-range surveillance planes and helicopters scoured Andaman Sea islands for a third day Saturday without any success in finding evidence of the missing jet.
In a stinging commentary on Saturday, the Chinese government’s Xinhua News Agency said the Malaysian information was “painfully belated,” resulting in wasted efforts and straining the nerves of relatives.
“Given today’s technology, the delay smacks of either dereliction of duty or reluctance to share information in a full and timely manner,” Xinhua said. “That would be intolerable.”
Najib said he understood the need for families to receive information, but that his government wanted to release only fully corroborated reports. He said his country has been sharing information with international investigators, even when it meant placing “national security concerns” second to the search. U.S., British and Malaysian air safety investigators have been on the ground in Malaysia to assist with the investigation.
In the Chinese capital, relatives of passengers who have anxiously awaited news at a hotel near Beijing’s airport said they felt deceived at not being told earlier about the plane’s last signal. “We are going through a roller coaster, and we feel helpless and powerless,” said a woman, who declined to give her name.
Malaysian police have already said they are looking at the psychological state, family life and connections of pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah, 53, and co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid, 27. Both have been described as respectable, community-minded men
Zaharie joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981 and had more than 18,000 hours of flying experience. His Facebook page showed an aviation enthusiast who flew remote-controlled aircraft, posting pictures of his collection, which included a lightweight twin-engine helicopter and an amphibious aircraft.
Fariq was contemplating marriage after having just graduated to the cockpit of a Boeing 777. He has drawn scrutiny after the revelation that in 2011, he and another pilot invited two women aboard their aircraft to sit in the cockpit for a flight from Phuket, Thailand, to Kuala Lumpur.
Fourteen countries are involved in the search for the plane, using 43 ships and 58 aircraft.
A U.S. P-8A Poseidon, the most advanced long-range anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare aircraft in the world, was to arrive over the weekend and sweep parts of the Indian Ocean, the U.S. Defense Department said in a statement.
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge, Justin Fishel and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Remote control flying and pilots doing parachute drops from drones in World War II
During the Second World War, Americans worked on a project called Operation Aphrodite. Planes that were laden with bombs were flown by remote control into enemy targets. Pilots manned the planes in the take-off stage and stayed until the plane got near the targets. When it was time for them to leave the plane by parachute, the pilots switched the planes over to radio-control flight, armed the bombs, and then jumped out with a parachute strapped on their backs.
The hijacking of the Malaysian plane was done using the same method, but, in addition, gas was used to knock out passengers and crew. And the remote control flying was done using SATCOM and datalinks.
This method required the hijackers to have inside help at the airport. When Kuala Lumpur International Airport is examined, it is revealed that Mossad companies were in control of the airport, especially the security. They controlled the operation of CCTV cameras, baggage handling, and all IT-related operations. They were also involved in the operations of the plane company. Boarding, booking and checking-in were handled by them.
With Mossad’s well-known history of stealing and forging passports as well as their cooperation with the BND (Germany’s secret service agency) – BND give German citizens’ passports to Mossad, it has been revealed to the public – and Israel’s history of accusing Iran, and with the weight of the evidence showing that the plane was flown for six hours after communications was cut off, it can safely be surmised that Israel was behind the hijacking of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
How the hijackers escaped from the September 11 planes and from MH370