posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 01:26 PM
the article you linked says the chinese patent holders were not on the plane:
bold emphasis for your ease of reading
The names listed on the patent, i.e. Wang Peidong, Chen Zhijun, Cheng Zhihong and Ying Li are the same as in the online message.However,
according to the March 8, 2014, passenger manifest(original) of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 these persons were not on that plane. If they were
then their names are not listed.
Since the article just says blackstone, and doesn't indicate which group it is that owns this company, we can do a little searching on our own.
To make life easy, here's the blackstone group's advisory board:
no rothschild there.
here's blackstone private equity's list of advisors, again, no rothschild.
Now, the bloomberg article that's referenced is referring to Blackstone Group, the publicly traded entity that is first in my advisory board links.
It's a publicly traded entity so anyone with some money can go buy units in the L.P. Is there a rothschild owner? Probably. Also some Smith's,
McKinleys, Jacksons, Hongs, Sakamotos, Bickleys etc.
I'm not sure what the author of that bit of tripe is trying to do but, in a nutshell, his article says that 5 chinese men are listed on a patent and
they ARE NOT on the missing flight and, therefore, they are probably alive and well, and ...BIG FREAKING LEAP HERE... this is a rothschild plot to
take over the patent.