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A Tiny Microchip Was The Likely Motive For Pentagon Hijack Of MH370
- The question tormenting millions of cyber-sleuths is Why? What could
be the motive behind the elaborate plan for the midair capture of Malaysian
Airlines flight 370?
Among the 200-plus
passengers bound for Beijing, the target group for the hijack is narrowing
down to 20 tech employees working for Freescale Semiconductors, based
in Austin, Texas. Among these programmers and systems designers are 12
Malaysians and 8 citizens of mainland China.
is no newcomer but has long-time connections in East Asia, as the former
design subsidiary of Motorola, which once dominated the Asian communications
market in the postwar era. Freescale has design centers in Kuala Lumpur
and in China, including Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chengdu and Suzhou.
lucrative production of microchips for automotive components, Freescale
has extensive contracts with the U.S. military, producing wafers and circuits
for navigation, periscopes, electronic targeting, self-guided missiles
and other weapons systems that require intelligence controls.
company at the nerve center of Pentagon hardware is bound to attract the
attention of weapons designers from both adversarial and allied nations
upgrading their military capability. Japan, France and the UK, along with
Russia, China and Iran, all want the leading edge that contractors like
innovation would prompt the Pentagon's military intelligence agencies
to electronically interdict a civilian airliner in mid-flight, while disposing
of the collateral passengers as shark bait?
2013, Freescale unveiled the Kinesis KL02, the world's smallest microcontroller,
measuring 1.9 mm by 2mm and containing RAM, ROM and a clock. The company
brags that the device is so small that it can be swallowed for medical
uses, such as releasing drugs according to prescription schedule or directing
it may be, the micro-controller is the key to next-generation warfare
based on self-guidance, tactical versatility and hierarchy of commands,
in short, an adaptive thinking weapon that can outsmart foes. Potential
- Drones smaller
than a fly, either as remotes or autonomously, on surveillance missions
or to deliver biowarfare packets, for example, lab-cloned viruses or toxic
drugs. Their light weight means longer flying periods or even indefinite
hovering time if solar-powered.
implants to insert a human-machine interface, for example, a targeting
system attached to the optic nerve, rendering Google glasses obsolete.
Bionic implants could be implanted in nerves of the limbs to control battery-powered
prosthetics, realizing the Pentagon's dream of a human-centered robotic
warrior, known to anime fans as "meka".
micro-satellites and mini-submarines that can be operated as drones or
act independently to track and hunt larger weapons systems, spy satellites
too small to be detected by ground telescopes, and orbiting warheads containing
chemical, biological or nuclear materials.
code of Kinesis KL02 stands for Version 2 made in Kuala Lumpur, which
is the capital of Malaysia. This core of America's next-gen weapons systems
was developed overseas, in a Muslim-preponderant country economically
allied with China, Russia and Japan and often at odds with US foreign
policy. Therefore, an upcoming round of testing in China, and possible
manufacture of Version 3 in Beijing, was a prospect that the Pentagon
agencies, especially the NSA, the US Air Force's Space Command and DARPA,
had to stop by any means available.
Malaysia prepared to test Kinesis at its sister research labs in Beijing
and Tianjin, alarm bells were sounding at the DARPA-funded Charles Stark
Draper Laboratory in n Cambridge, Massachusetts. That leading weapons-research
facility was created during World War II to build navigation systems and
bomb sights stabilized against turning and vibrations by inertia. It has
since moved on to microchips for every military application, including
inertial guidance for ballistic missiles, communications, GPS, intelligent
targeting systems, orbital piloting for the International Space Station
and, under the cover of "biomedical", the transhuman super-soldier
of Kinesis exposed the Pentagon's dilemma over dual-use technology, which
can garner vast profits through civilian applications, as shown by GPS
for cars and smartphones, yet threaten to wipe out America's technological
lead in warfare. The choice of whether to down on a new technology is
not limited to Pentagon insiders and generals, since defense contractors
and elite corporate executives are also involved.
In the case
of Freescale, the executive management and several veteran board members
are connected with the Carlyle Group, which favors civilian commercialization
of defense-related technologies to benefit its investment partners, including
George Bush Senior and several retired defense secretaries.
On the other
hand, Freescale is financially contolled by private-equity group Blackstone,
with major investors including the Rothschild banking family and several
of its business partners. As top financiers behind the Zionist movement,
the pro-Israeli interest is to prevent miniaturized robotic weapons from
falling into the hands of Iran and its allies Hezbollah and Hamas. Micro-vehicles,
self-guided and with tactical flexibility, swarming against Israeli cities,
ports and airfields would be a nightmare for the Israel Defense Force.
the defenders of the Jewish state had to take action. Better to kill 200
Malaysian enemies and Chinese nobodies than to harm one hair on the head
of any of the Chosen People. And thus, the order came down from the Red
Shield, the House of Rothschild, to their neocon subordinates inside the
Pentagon: Stop Flight 370 at any cost to America's reputation.
The New Boss
Thus, in November,
just a few months before the MH370 hijack, Freescale seated a new member
on its Board of Directors. Joanne Maguire is an executive with three decades
of experience in the Lockheed Martin Space Division. She studied electrical
engineering at University of Michigan and UCLA, where she earned her master's
degree. She was invited to the Harvard Program for Senior Executives in
National and International Security. Caltech honored her with the Karmann
Wings Award and she received the Peter Teets Award from the National Defense
As the very
embodiment of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Maguire
was the ideal choice to serve as watchdog against the corporate profiteers
There is no
point in further disparagement of the pilot and co-pilot of the ill-fated
flight, given their political connections with a compromised opposition
beholden to the colonial past. The practicing with landing at Diego Garcia
on the pilot's flight simulator indicates a deep background with the Western
intelligence services and probably Israeli espionage operating out of
role of the plane crew, the NSA and US Air Force Space Command do not
need manned piloting, except to maintain the appearance of normality at
takeoff from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. As discussed in my earlier
article, voice communication and navigational signals would have been
disabled by a burst of powerful narrow-aperture radar used for electromagnetic
warfare. The cockpit computer would then be reprogrammed, using Boeing's
own emergency piloting system, expanded with Pentagon and Israeli software.
From the South
China Sea to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, the jetliner would be remote-controlled
by a drone operator. Its unscheduled flight path would be tracked and
subsequently remoted from data records by the NSA listening posts in Sri
Lanka and the Jindalee eavesdropping facility in northwest Australia.
Radar stations in the Maldives, installed under a US maritime accord,
served to guide the jetliner to the southernmost atoll of the archipelago
toward Diego Garcia, immediately to the south.
descent over the Maldives, according to witnesses, went smoothly, for
a safe landing on the long tarmac at the US Air Force Base on Diego Garcia
Island, a CIA rendition center with underground hangars and prison used
during the Iraq and Afghan wars.
the passengers would be herded into separate waiting areas, with the prize
captives from Freespace sent to a debriefing facility, where their hard
drives, laptops and smartphones would be confiscated and data downloaded,
while the human intelligence assets were being questioned. The interrogators
had a fairly easy task in telling the defenseless programmers: Join us
or die with the rest.
would be given a new identity, and reintroduction into civilian life in
a remote North American community after being administered memory-erasing
drugs, similar to the ones first developed in the MK-ULTRA program.
of all passengers, the uncooperative and high-risk suspects would be drowned
and their corpses tossed near a phony "crash site", off the
coast of Western Australia, while US submarines discharge other bits of
"evidence" into the cold waters. The crew of the plane was probably
rewarded with a short walk off the plank into the jaws of waiting sharks.
Anyone who puts their trust in imperial power deserves no less.
Once the operation
is completed and the media begin the mourning rituals, tearful American
diplomats will attend memorial services for the missing victims of a tragic
accident. Meanwhile, a cabal of Air Force officers and defense contractors
will be clinking beer mugs with their former boss and guru, General Michael
Hayden, the bureaucrat who militarize spaced and expanded the NSA into
the global monstrosity that it has since become.
be remembered on the History Channel as an unsolved riddle wrapped in
mystery, but no TV station will mention the other code involved in this
dreadful affair - KL02 - cause of the untimely deaths and mangled memories
of any survivors.
is a Hong Kong-based science writer, former editor of The Japan Times
Weekly and a founding faculty member of journalism schools in Hong Kong