Missing Plane: What Happened to The Passengers? April 23, 2014 All you have to do is look at the motive. By hijacking the plane, the murderer hijacked the patent to the KL-03 micro-chip semiconductor under patent number US8650327. The US technology company, Freescale Semiconductor, who shared its patent rights with Jacob Rothschild, had twenty senior members on board Flight MH370. They had just launched a new electronic warfare device for military radar systems the day before the plane went missing.
Why were so many Freescale employees traveling together that day? What were their jobs? Their mission? And did their employees carry valuable cargo? With all the sophisticated surveillance and computing power the elite possesses, why didn’t they track down the missing plane?
Of the 239 people aboard flight MH370, most of them were engineers and others working to make the company’s chip facilities in Tianjin, China and Kuala Lumpur more efficient. “These were people with a lot of experience and technical background and they were very important people,” said Mitch Haws, vice president of global communications and investors relations.
Freescale was actively developing chips for military radar. The company owns Freescale RF which is involved in making solutions for Aerospace and Defense including: Battlefield communications, Avionics, HF Radar – Band L and S, Missile Guidance, Electronic Warfare, and Identification (IFF).
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Here’s where it gets even more interesting. Freescale’s shareholders include the Carlyle Group who’s past advisors have included ex-US president George Bush Sr and former British Prime Minister John Major. Some of the companies previous clients include the construction firm owned by the family of Osama bin Laden, the Saudi Binladin Group.
What makes Rothschild stand out as murder suspect number one is the fact that so many highly qualified Freescale staff members were on board MH370. If the airliner crashed into the Indian Ocean, as recently reported, this would validate Rothschilds exclusive patent claim.
On March 3, LFreescale announced it was releasing 11 of new “radio frequency power products” for the defense industry for use in “high frequency, VHF and low-band UHF radar and radio communications”. The company will not respond to questions about whether its missing employees had been working on these defense products or on the defense industry’s cloaking technology capable of making planes disappear from radar.
Four days after flight MH370 disappeared, the KL-03 micro-chip semiconductor was approved by the U.S. patent office and is divided in parts of 20% between five starters. One of the owners is the company itself, Freescale Semiconductor, Austin, Texas (USA), and four other Chinese employees of the company: Peidong Wang, Zhijun Chen, Cheng and Li Ying Zhijong, all the Suzhou City. They were all passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 and they all disappeared with the plane on March 8.
Here is your motive for the missing plane and passengers. The four Chinese owners of the Patent cannot pass the wealth to their heirs until the Patent is approved. When the plane went missing, the patent had not yet been approved. Since they are presumed dead, they cannot pass their share of their patent to their heirs. The only other patentee is Freescale who now owns 100% of the patent…but WHO OWNS FREESCALE?
WHO OWNS FREESCALE? The answer is: Jacob Rothschild. He owns the Blackstone Group, which in turn owns Freescale Semiconductors. The Rothschilds are the
bankster godfathers of the illuminati with a centuries long generational history of planetary exploitation.
The jet was tracked by military radar flying at between 43,000ft and 45,000ft shortly after the last communication from the cockpit. Investigators examined whether the pilot was hired to deliberately sabotage the aircraft and its passengers in a carefully-planned hijacking – not just of the plane but of the patent KL-03 micro-chip semiconductor. The plane had a maximum altitudeof 43,100ft and the pilot could manually lower the cabin pressure using a cockpit switch. At 43,000ft or above, hypoxia (lack of oxygen) quickly sets in and oxygen masks would not be enough to keep passengers alive. HOW WERE THE PASSENGERS DISPOSED OF? After landing the plane at Diego Garcia and taking cover in an airport hangar, the plane would have been repainted and all serial numbers and identification removed. The deceased passengers would have been transported to a military ship, weighted down and dumped at sea under the cover of night. Freescale engineers may have been kept alive in an underground facility. Source