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What Happened to Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370?

Malaysia aircraft in flightThe US government knows what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared on March 8 with 239 people aboard. But it won’t say.

Is This Really True?

I can’t provide my sources, and certainly some readers may read this report with skepticism. My only defenses are my resume and my lifelong commitment to rationality and honesty.

Secret Pact and Secret Satellite Intelligence System

I believe, from discussions with trusted sources, that the US government operates a secret and extraordinarily sophisticated satellite intelligence system that space_weapons_05_0111-mdtracks every aircraft around the world, of any size, both civilian and military. This system cannot be revealed, because to do so would also expose a top secret pact with other nations to use any means to fight terrorism.

Shot Out of the Sky by a Missile … Or 4th Generation “Star Wars” Space-Based Weapon

One of the constellation of hyper-secret US ELINT (electronic intelligence) satellites orbiting 22 thousand miles above the earth tracked the aircraft from its take off at Kuala Lumpur until it disintegrated in a massive explosion six hours later.  The satellite also observed the path and strike of the missile – or exotic space-based Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) weapon – that destroyed the plane and killed all aboard.  Furthermore, other US ELINT resources monitored the ground and air communications the shoot down.

The Plane Turned Around

What has been revealed by national security sources is that the Boeing 777 did a U-turn and flew for a total of five hours after its onboard transponder – diego-garciathe radio transmitter in the cockpit that works with ground radar – stopped transmitting. 

What Happened to the Aircraft?

 The transponder did not suffer mechanical failure; someone aboard – in the cockpit – deliberately turned it off along with another communications system. Late model aircraft such as the Boeing 777-200 ER have redundant electrical and mechanical systems.

Global War on TerrorWhy was the aircraft shot down?  Because it had been hijacked and was believed to be en route to a devastating 9/11 style suicide attack, probably on the US/UK Naval base on the island of Diego Garcia, where terrorist “rendition” operations have taken place.  Top secret diplomatic protocols have resulted in standard operating procedures among a variety of global armed forces – including the US –  committed to destroy such flights.

Security was criminally lax at Kuala Lumpur airport, and the would be hijackers knew it.  The lesson to be learned from this tragedy is that governments mean business in fighting terrorism, and the US especially is determined to do anything to prevent another 9/11.

 

Comments

  1. George Walther says:

    Tantalizing new book in the works! I suspected that the US knows where the plane was via satellite info and doesn’t want to reveal its capabilities. Can’t think of a very good “Christian” target for hijackers to hit, though. Singapore or Hong Kong, perhaps, but that would be an attack on capitalism. I don’t think Sri Lanka or Rangoon. The shoot down is outside my imagination. I figured mental illness in the cockpit. However, your sources and resume now have me thinking otherwise.

    • Timothy Ashby says:

      Definitely hijacked and destroyed. The aircraft was en route to the US/UK naval base on Diego Garcia where “rendition” operations had taken place for terror suspects. As it appeared that the hijackers intended to crash the plane into the base, it was shot down – most likely by an ABM weapons system aboard a US submarine although third generation “Star Wars” space-based weapons systems have such a capability. These are hyper classified particle beam weapons.

  2. Arthur Hough says:

    Something seems fishy to me too, Tim. I remember when a door came off an airliner in the Pacific back in 1988 and our radar was able to track it. I can only guess that our surveillance has improved since then. And then we always heard rumors of one of our jets shooting down Unites’s Flight 93 during 9/11.

    Enjoy your Blog.

    Buddy

    http://www.nytimes.com/1989/03/02/us/radar-may-have-tracked-door-falling-from-jet.html

    • Timothy Ashby says:

      Definitely hijacked and destroyed. The aircraft was en route to the US/UK naval base on Diego Garcia where “rendition” operations had taken place for terror suspects. As it appeared that the hijackers intended to crash the plane into the base, it was shot down – most likely by an ABM weapons system aboard a US submarine although third generation “Star Wars” space-based weapons systems have such a capability. These are hyper classified particle beam weapons.

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