Friday, May 2, 2014
MH370 - Commentary to AD - CNN Becomes the Laughing Stock - CNN Reporter Fired - Millions Spent on Wag-The-Dog Search
For those who have been following this farce.
1) CNN became something of a laughing stock for its endless hours of speculation/simulation of what may have happened to Flight 370. Every possible alternative was explored and televised ad infinitum.
2) Eventually the CNN reporter assigned to the endless hours in the flight simulator was fired due to a "wardrobe malfunction" (his clothes were to casual!)
What we learn from this is that CNN takes this disappeared flight EXTREMELY SERIOUSLY and PROFESSIONALLY or at least they did so right up until Field McConnell announces that he will demonstrate a remote controlled hijack via the Boeing Uninterruptable Auto Pilot fitted to this aircraft!!!
Suddenly Field McConnell is told he cannot as he is locked out of the simulator and that consequently this one possibility is "off limits" to any kind of demonstration!
Meanwhile hundreds of millions of tax payer dollars are being spent in phoney searches trying to prop up the hoax of the disappeared airplane and its 270 or so victims.
So next time you strap a Boeing aircraft to your backside remember that the same anti hijack gear is installed up front and that you too might disappear if the sky pirates named by McConnell figure that there is money to be made from this thriving business.
Good luck !
Another key point: CNN spent alot of money blocking this simulator and reporting from this simulator and this is not a CERTIFIED SIMULATOR and it is not CAPABLE OF REPLICATING Kuala Lumpur nor the airways between Kuala Lumpur and Bejing. In other words, CNN has, in my mind, misled the public and they used 2 non pilots to mislead the public.
Until I am corrected, I believe that by publishing IN ADVANCE that I was going to Toronto to do a sim proving that the flight, MH370, was remotely commandeered at BIDOT intersection, I set in motion actions by FAA, NTSB, FBI and RCMP to ensure I didn't get into that simulator.
If that is the case, they have collectively shot themselves in the foot because there are CERTIFIED SIMULATORS in Minneapolis that I could perform the demonstration in. All I would need is a pair of cameras, perhaps lighting and 2 camera operators. In terms of the technical aspects and the BUAP capabilities, pardon my boldness but it appears NO ONE IN THE WORLD understands this better than I do.
More as it develops.
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