Coercion Code 30 Dec 2014
Have you had it with the news and the way its presented? Another crash? Mmmm…just another story to fill our TV’s, and newspapers while the world goes on, just another terrible tragedy that we can talk about for a few days while the ‘mystery’ of it all has us all thinking about what it all means??
Then again you may wondering why I have a picture of a Malaysian Airlines Boeing?
Points to Consider:
- Air Asia is owned by Malaysia Airlines
- The Transponder was turned off so location becomes difficult
- The 3rd Aircraft under Malaysian banner to crash this year
- 2 weeks ago a chinese national was warning not to fly Air Asia
- Businessman with major stocks in the airlines insurance sold days before the air disaster
- The cause of the crash may be tied to a Trillion dollar lawsuit.
The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation is currently verifying information claiming that the missing AirAsia aircraft has made an emergency landing in the eastern part of the Belitung island in the Java Sea, the ministry’s representative said Sunday.
“We at the [crisis] center [in Jakarta] have not received such information yet. According to some data, our colleagues in Surabaya have learned it. We are currently checking this,” the ministry’s representative J. A. Barata told Detik.com.
According to Detik.com, a relative of a missing passenger received a text message from an unknown sender, stating that the plane made an emergency landing and all passengers were alive.
AirAsia flight QZ8501 en route from Surabaya, Indonesia to Singapore, lost contact with air traffic control at 07:24 a.m. local time (00:24 GMT) and went missing.
The destiny of the 162 people on board remains unknown.
Search and rescue operations are being conducted by the Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) under the guidance of the Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Malaysia, Singapore and Australia have also offered to assist in search for the missing aircraft.
AS the search resumes for a missing AirAsia Indonesia aircraft, an aviation expert has questioned why the electronic locator transmitter on the plane did not activate.
Captain Des Ross who specialises in aviation security and risk assessment, said all modern aircraft were fitted with an ELT that automatically activated when an aircraft crashed into water, or on land.
He said information from the transmitters would be relayed to satellites and on to search and rescue agencies, such as Australian Marine Search And Rescue (AMSAR) in Canberra.
“It’s pretty bad luck if that doesn’t work. It’s not intended to be disabled. Even if you disconnect the power entirely it’s still got a battery in it,” said Capt Ross.
“They’re normally pretty reliable devices, and yet we’re not hearing anything about it (in the case of QZ8501) or in MH370.
“That’s a little bit strange.”
At this point, the disappearance of the A320-200 carrying 162 passengers and crew seemed “somewhat similar” to MH370, Capt Ross said.
“That’s the scary part. It just disappeared from the screen, with no communication whatsoever,” he said.
“I’m on the side that it could well be a weather-related event, and I use the term “related” intentionally because although the weather could’ve ultimately destroyed the aircraft, the aircraft should not have been there if the weather was that bad.”
The aircraft was flying from Surabaya to Singapore and last radioed for permission to ascend and deviate from its flight path to avoid severe weather.
No further communication was made, and the A320-200 then vanished from radar screens.
And then we have AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes just happened to dump 944,800 shares in Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd, the organization that provides travel insurance for AirAsia passengers, just days before the disappearance of Flight QZ8501.On December 26, the Malaysian Insider reported that Fernandes, the founder of Tune Group Sdn Bhd which owns AirAsia, had sold a total of 944,800 shares in Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd, with 850,000 shares being dumped on December 22, and the other 94,800 being sold the day after.According to its official website, Tune Insurance Holdings Bhd is “an insurance product manager” for AirAsia in which “insurance products are sold to (AirAsia) customers as part of their online booking process.”
The share prices of AirAsia and Tune Insurance Holdings both fell on the first day of trading after the disappearance of Flight QZ8501, with the former shedding 12.9 percent at one point. Tune Insurance Holdings lost 0.6%.
Fernandes decision to dump the shares less than a week before AirAsia Flight QZ8501 disappeared over the Java Sea prompted some to speculate that he may have had prior knowledge of the incident.
“Did Fernandes know his company stock was about to take a hit? The timing is suspicious,” asks Heavy.com, adding, “If so, it indicates knowledge of an impending attack on AirAsia.”
The International Business Times adds that the move has prompted many to voice the theory that Fernandes, “possibly knew about an impending attack on one of the company’s aircraft.”
The story bears some similarity to the unusual market activity in airline stocks that preceded the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. An “extraordinary” amount of ‘put options’ – speculation that a stock price will fall – were placed on United and American Airlines in the days leading up to 9/11.
As we reported earlier, one of the other main unanswered questions surrounding the incident is why a Chinese blogger urged people to avoid AirAsia flights less than two weeks before the disappearance of Flight QZ8501.
Some say the posts, which were made on Chinese social media site Weibo, are a startling indication of prior knowledge whereas others claim the posts were deceptively edited after the crash of Flight QZ8501 to create the impression that its disappearance had been predicted ahead of time.
If you’ve been following our reporting on the Dragon Family Lawsuit, and Neil Keenan’s progress in securing the “Global Accounts”, you would be very concerned about another missing Malaysia flight near Indonesia.
Without going into to much detail in this article (please see links below explaining the Trillion Dollar Lawsuit filed by Neil Keenan), we are concerned whether or not any person listed in the official passenger manifest of Air Asia flight 8501 is connected to Neil Keenan’s work in the Asian continent. See original article on the missing Air Asia flight: Rt.com
Listen to an Episode of The Pete Santilli Show when he talked about the Dragon Damily Lawsuit, Pete mentioned the “Dragon Family Lawsuit” which GMN has been following since it’s filing in November 2011. This is not a conspiracy theory, and we ask you to decide for yourself whether or not there’s a possibility that the White Dragon Society has taken control of the Federal Reserve as it was reportedly taken place on October 17th, 2014. Please read the below court documentation obtained from the PACER system:DRAGON FAMILY LAWSUIT Keenan Complaint 11-23-2011 SDNY
For more information on the Dragon Family Lawsuit, please visit David Wilcock’s original article:CONFIRMED: The Trillion-Dollar Lawsuit That Could End Financial Tyranny
For Neil Keenan’s most recent update, please see: NEIL KEENAN UPDATE |Making History<a href=”http://neilkeenan.com/neil-keenan-update-making-history-new-beginnings-2/” rel=”bookmark” title=”NEIL KEENAN UPDATE |
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