reply to post by bobs_uruncle
Absolutely. We have microphones all over the sea floor. Our satellites can figure out what type of screw is on the moving wing of a commercial jet
liner. Thirty years ago the SR-71 could snap a photo of a golf ball from over 45,000 feet. We can listen in on the German Chancellor and know what
Merkel had for breakfast. And, we can put a man on the moon.
Somehow, we can't find a 777? Even with it's transponder off, it would still show as a blip on the radar screen. Go back through the logs and look for
a blip without transponder ID info. It's really not that hard. Flocks of birds even show up on radar. Sheesh.
No, the government(s) know exactly where it is. My guess is that it was shot down either on purpose or by accident. The people responsible need time
to "clean up" after themselves. Just give it a few more days, they'll miraculously find the wreckage.
If that is the case, it kind of reminds me of the Helderberg. I was running a black ops weapons program for CI (Angolan Theatre of Operations) in
South Africa in the 80's, the Chief of CI (my CO) decided to get clever and impatient at the same time and had 18kg's of highly enriched p239 and
ammonium perchlorate loaded onto the same commercial airliner (SA295, a 747-244b combi), duh, ya can't fix stupid. He was supposed to fly back with it
but he was warned off during baggage check in Taipei and stayed the extra day. The plane went down in 15,000 feet of water about 135nm NE of
Mauritius. We expect it was an accelerated fire on board created by a timed altimeter detonator, according to my former CO, but there is always the
possibility it was shot down by the US carrier group in the area (that came from a UN op who was quite insistent)) since one of the engines was never
It took months to find the plane, but it appears the CIA gave the Sonne (SRO ship) the wrong information, so they searched the wrong area, but they
did find some odd pieces a long way from the debris field on the flight path, like a toy car that was on board and a pipe that may have come from an
engine. But you know, it gave the CIA and SEALS time to go in and retrieve the p239 to get the NK reactor signature and grab the FDR and CVR (I have
the alleged CVR recording) so they could be "sanitized." I actually got the FOIA people in the US to send me ALL the reports, 2 cubic feet worth, a
lot of it redacted according to the FOIA office, but it included eavesdropping recordings out of Diego Garcia. The box landed at my local post office
and disappeared, go figure, but since CSIS up here in Canadakastan and the Canadian Consul in Pretoria knew what had happened since at least the mid
90's (because I told them), can't have that information floating around.
Something is real "fishy" with this Malaysian flight, we may never know what it is since the cleaning crews have gotten better at their jobs and the
mil/industrial complex has a lot better handle on the infotainment news channels.
ATA: The Helderberg was a very sweet target for the PTB, it had people involved in false VOR beacon technology, MI Handlers, ammonium perchlorate for
Somchem and PMP Detonics for the accelerated SAMS program and p239 for my EMP project at Atlas, plus the Chief of CI was supposed to flying back on
the plane. How they could put that much military material for projects and that many people that knew too much on one plane, especially a commercial
airline with 159 innocents, I can't figure out, it's just stupid but it's also criminal.
I wonder what was on the Malaysian flight apart from all those engineers working on DARPA related contracts?
Cheers - Dave
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