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Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people
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Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
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"On September 15, 2006, Freescale agreed to a $17.6 billion buyout by a consortium led by Blackstone Group and its co-investors, Carlyle Group, TPG Capital, and Permira.[20] The buyout offer was accepted on November 13, 2006 following a vote by company shareholders."

TPG Capital is Texas Pacific Group. Permira is German, French, Italian, and British group that doesn't seem Rothchild-ie to me.

Maybe Rothchild has some of this company, but I doubt it. Seems like a misdirection that said too much.

Internal industrial sabotage/theft, insurance fraud, and external industrial sabotage could all be looked at in regards to this missing plane, but given some of the people involved in Blackstone & Carlyle one might look more to internal motives.


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"Early 2000s
Blackstone acquired the mortgage for 7 World Trade Center in October 2000 from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association.[65]"

over and out.
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Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (03-14-2014 01:44 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2014 01:35 AM)
The whole Freescale/patent post was an obvious troll. I have a couple of patents with a major technology corporation, and trust me, they own all the rights to the patents. They don't need to kill off their own employees.

Lmao

Correct it would be a part of the non competition clauses.
If you work for a hydraulic company designing pumps and you invent a new pump or hydrostatic motor while off work at home and file the patent the company can take it because it is in your contract.

BUT, if you invent something when you are NOT working for the company, and the company gives you a grant to do the research for that invention -- then the company will only have certain rights in the invention and probably only a part of the profit. If you file the patent, and then later go to work for the company you will still own your rights in that patent and the company will still only own certain rights in the invention depending on what you pre-negotiated. If you are dead, the company may decide to make an offer to your family for the rest of the rights to that patent. The family may sell not realizing just how valuable that patent was.

there are various other scenarios with patents and inventions. inventions sitting on laptops that are not quite complete, that have not been filed, and were independent inventions of an employee from outside of work time -- could also be very valuable.

and there are dead peasant policies, too. i think that is the term. and then there are other companies that might also be in competition with Freescale who might stand to gain.

Interpol should investigate maybe.
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Xarian
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03-14-2014 02:06 AM

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Post: #2103
Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
Who spilt the box of red herrings?

let's go chasing rabbits shall we.. like we did the year before with Eliza.. holes that lead to holes that lead to nowhere.. i've done this dance before.

Now.. before i see this thing go over my head and into Sydney on a one way ticket to hell..

let's find a plane.
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Post: #2104
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Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (03-12-2014 11:38 AM)
The plane is in the middle of the Indian Ocean 3000 miles from the point it was lost. The cabin depressurised, the pilots instead of putting their masks on, tried to change the auto pilot course to return to Malaysia but passed out. The plane carried on with the new course at the same altitude untill the fuel ran out 3000 miles away in the indian ocean.
Seems like I was on to something...

Hunt for missing Malaysian jet switches a THOUSAND miles away to the INDIAN Ocean as it emerges plane DID keep 'pinging' for hours after flight vanished

Malaysian Airways flight MH370 went missing on Saturday morning
The plane, carrying 239 people, was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
Its last known position was above the South China Sea an hour into flying
But today a U.S. official said signals were received from it later on
Comes amid huge international search effort involving 10 countries
The oceans to the east and west of Malaysia are being searched
Today a picture emerged of the plane flying over Poland in February



A Malaysia Airlines plane was sending signals to a satellite for four hours after the aircraft went missing, which means it could have flown a thousand miles from its last known location, according to officials.

The vanished MH370 service from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, which was carrying 239 people, went missing on Saturday. Now officials from Malaysia, the U.S., India and other countries have begun a massive search to track down the plane.

Though it was originally assumed the plane would have come down over the South China Sea, where its flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing would have taken it, unspecified 'new information' has seen search efforts switch to the Indian Ocean.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z2vtJh4kRv
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03-14-2014 02:13 AM

 



Post: #2105
Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
Xarian  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:06 AM)
Who spilt the box of red herrings?

let's go chasing rabbits shall we.. like we did the year before with Eliza.. holes that lead to holes that lead to nowhere.. i've done this dance before.

Now.. before i see this thing go over my head and into Sydney on a one way ticket to hell..

let's find a plane.

it's ALL bullshizzle, I tell thee!
ALL complete fiction backed by fakery piled on fakery.

yet the vast majority are so easily sucked in (as usual).
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Post: #2106
Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:11 AM)
Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (03-12-2014 11:38 AM)
The plane is in the middle of the Indian Ocean 3000 miles from the point it was lost. The cabin depressurised, the pilots instead of putting their masks on, tried to change the auto pilot course to return to Malaysia but passed out. The plane carried on with the new course at the same altitude untill the fuel ran out 3000 miles away in the indian ocean.
Seems like I was on to something...

Hunt for missing Malaysian jet switches a THOUSAND miles away to the INDIAN Ocean as it emerges plane DID keep 'pinging' for hours after flight vanished

Malaysian Airways flight MH370 went missing on Saturday morning
The plane, carrying 239 people, was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
Its last known position was above the South China Sea an hour into flying
But today a U.S. official said signals were received from it later on
Comes amid huge international search effort involving 10 countries
The oceans to the east and west of Malaysia are being searched
Today a picture emerged of the plane flying over Poland in February



A Malaysia Airlines plane was sending signals to a satellite for four hours after the aircraft went missing, which means it could have flown a thousand miles from its last known location, according to officials.

The vanished MH370 service from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, which was carrying 239 people, went missing on Saturday. Now officials from Malaysia, the U.S., India and other countries have begun a massive search to track down the plane.

Though it was originally assumed the plane would have come down over the South China Sea, where its flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing would have taken it, unspecified 'new information' has seen search efforts switch to the Indian Ocean.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z2vtJh4kRv
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

How did you know that earlier? doomed

It's all still speculation of course, but that is fast becoming one of my top three theories according to the evidence coming out.

The only sticking point is:

http://abcnews.go.com/International/mala...F%26p%3D84

Were the ACARS and transponders manually switched off before it switched course? Some think so because of the timing. There would have been at least a small window of time, if comm did not shut down all at once, to relay a distress signal (right?) That would indicate a purposeful hijack by captain or passenger (for suicide or other reason). Still likely IMO in those cases that the plane ended up in the Indian Ocean.

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03-14-2014 02:30 AM

 



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Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
There was an altercation between the two pilots. Maybe their was bad blood between them. Maybe the older pilot 53 was chewing out the younger co-pilot for his poor performance. The younger pilot 26 then struck the older one and turned off the transponder. Might have even killed him but his career was over and if he landed, he would spend the rest of his life in prison so he decided to commit suicide by taking the plane as far as possible and crashing it hopefully where it would never be recovered.

Why? Maybe he had a life insurance policy but most policies don't pay out for suicides. If he could never be found, there would be no way way they could prove suicide. So the bottom of the Indian ocean seemed like a good place. They would never find the pilot's body with injuries on it which would indicate that the copilot had killed him and then committed suicide.
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Post: #2108
Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:11 AM)
Richard Eldritch  Wrote: (03-12-2014 11:38 AM)
The plane is in the middle of the Indian Ocean 3000 miles from the point it was lost. The cabin depressurised, the pilots instead of putting their masks on, tried to change the auto pilot course to return to Malaysia but passed out. The plane carried on with the new course at the same altitude untill the fuel ran out 3000 miles away in the indian ocean.
Seems like I was on to something...

Hunt for missing Malaysian jet switches a THOUSAND miles away to the INDIAN Ocean as it emerges plane DID keep 'pinging' for hours after flight vanished

Malaysian Airways flight MH370 went missing on Saturday morning
The plane, carrying 239 people, was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
Its last known position was above the South China Sea an hour into flying
But today a U.S. official said signals were received from it later on
Comes amid huge international search effort involving 10 countries
The oceans to the east and west of Malaysia are being searched
Today a picture emerged of the plane flying over Poland in February



A Malaysia Airlines plane was sending signals to a satellite for four hours after the aircraft went missing, which means it could have flown a thousand miles from its last known location, according to officials.

The vanished MH370 service from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, which was carrying 239 people, went missing on Saturday. Now officials from Malaysia, the U.S., India and other countries have begun a massive search to track down the plane.

Though it was originally assumed the plane would have come down over the South China Sea, where its flight path from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing would have taken it, unspecified 'new information' has seen search efforts switch to the Indian Ocean.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z2vtJh4kRv
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Todays narrative was "somebody on board did it".

US is claiming the controlled shutdown of communications was manual and plane flew for 3 hours after Pulau Perek.

Leaves four options:
1. It was flown into the Indian Ocean.
2. It is on the ground on a military base (like Burma).
3. It was crashed into the jungle somewhere after some joyriding.
4. It was flown into the South China Sea.

The US hasn't said much about the Pulau Perak radar signature.

But they should be able to get an approximate location/flight path from the Iridium data. The fact the US is headed to India makes the radar contact look valid.

If it is in Burma they might be getting a visit shortly.

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Post: #2109
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Dang, have they not found the plane yet? Lmao
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So, where are they saying the plane went down now? Lake Champlain? Lmao
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Ghenghis  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:41 AM)
Dang, have they not found the plane yet? Lmao

The crash site keeps moving around in a 2000 mile radius circle (about 6% of the earth's surface).

Crash sites usually don't wander around that much. Having a moving target as a crash site adds to the challenge.

But we have narrowed it down to 6% of the earth's surface and are fairly sure the airplane isn't at the Burbank Airport.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:45 AM)
So, where are they saying the plane went down now? Lake Champlain? Lmao

It's now a modern day Flying Dutchman. People saw it over Malacca, flying over an oil rig, Indian Ocean, etc., People will keep seeing it for centuries to come.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:45 AM)
So, where are they saying the plane went down now? Lake Champlain? Lmao

No. The US is reporting that they know the plane continued flying for over 4 hours after its transponders went off line.

They are also stating that the 2 transponders were manually disconnected at separate intervals.

They have not stated it crashed.

I believe it is obvious that this plane was deliberately flown to an unknown destination.
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If the search turns up nothing in the Indian Ocean. I'm leaning towards the plane hijacked and is in some country. By this time, something should have turned up floating in the ocean.
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Post: #2115
Malaysia Airlines says it 'has lost contact' with plane carrying 239 people {M}
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:51 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-14-2014 02:45 AM)
So, where are they saying the plane went down now? Lake Champlain? Lmao

It's now a modern day Flying Dutchman. People saw it over Malacca, flying over an oil rig, Indian Ocean, etc., People will keep seeing it for centuries to come.
How true. There will no doubt be reports soon of people seeing it over Detroit. If it''s on the news most people will believe it. Rofl
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