Amid all of the obfuscation and epistemological warfare going on surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Air flight 370, one version of the hijack scenario that is not being discussed by the lamestream media presstitutes is that of a capture of the aircraft by remote control, and its subsequent piloting by remote control to whatever destination or end it may have met. Mind you, my mind is not made up about any scenario save one: whether the aircraft was the victim of some sort of deliberate action, pilot "suicide", or more exotic and anomalous "disappearance", what does seem clear is that in the spate of stories that began about two days after the flight's disappearance, we are dealing with an "event of opportunity" that has begun to be spun by means of the deliberate obfuscation of the smallest details: transponders were turned off, but then, another article saying transponders couldn't be turned off; Chinese satellite pictures that were first offered, then withdraw; radar tracks appearing days after the fact, a disappearance southeast of, woops, scratch that, we now "know' that the plane changed course and may have landed in Pakistan as part of a first phase of a terrorist operation(shades of 9/11) involving possible use of the aircraft as a delivery mechanism or weapon...woops, scratch that, Australia is saying that they may have found debris in the Indian Ocean west of Perth...woops, scratch that, General MacInerny on Faux News said he thinks that the flight may have flown close to another flight flying over India so as to trick Indian radar...woops, scratch that, India said (a couple days earlier as if anticipating that spin), that no aircraft would enter their airspace without them knowing about it, but we'll help in the search... woops, scratch that, no we won't...

On and on it has gone, and hence, regardless of what one's "favored scenario" is, one thing emerges: the degree of obfuscation and media attention points to the involvement of covert forces in the emerging storyline, and its use at the minimum as an "event of opportunity" to conduct epistemological warfare.

But for those of you in the "abduction by remote control" scenario, a scenario that began to emerge as an hypothesis to explain the demonstrable flying skill of some of the alleged 9/11 maneuvers, there is now this development:

Boeing wins Patent on Uninterruptible Autopilot System

Note the date of that article: December 4, 2006(and my thanks to a regular reader here, Mr. V.T., for sharing it). Observe what the central core of the article states:

"Although airplane cockpit door locks are now standard, worries remain about terrorists taking control of a plane a la 9/11, perhaps by extorting the pilots into opening the door against their better judgement. Elsewhere in today’s issue we report on a new Raytheon contract to develop software that uses type of craft, location, and fuel capacity to determine the safest route for a hijacked or otherwise compromised aircraft. This is a great idea, one that must have Chicago, Illinois-based Boeing excited — not out of envy but because it improves the value of its recently awarded patent for a system that, once activated, takes control of the airplane away from the pilots and flies it to a predtermined landing position. Put the Raytheon and the Boeing systems together — now that’s a good idea.

"Boeing’s is, of course, not the first autopilot technology in existence, but this one has been designed with counterterrorism first and foremost in mind. Not only is it 'uninterruptible' — so that even a tortured pilot cannot turn it off — but it can be activated remotely via radio or satellite by government agencies."(Emphasis added)

Now as most of us here probably already believe, the public release or discussion of technologies usually lags several years if not decades behind their covert black projects development. After all, drone technology was around long before 9/11. In World War II, the Allies mounted an operation to try to destroy German submarine pens and other installations by guiding bombers loaded with explosives by remote control, an operation that coast the oldest Kennedy son, Joseph Kennedy Jr, his life. The Germans developed remote control missiles that were radio or television guided, and used them with operational success in destroying the Italian battleship Roma on its way to surrender to the Allies. So the idea of such remote control and its use is not new, nor impractical.

What's new in this patent, and its relevancy both to the 9/11 storyline and the developing storyline to the Flight 370 affair is simply the statement that a system has been developed to override cockpit decisions remotely. This is significant because, as far as I have been able to determine, modern aircraft such as a Boeing 777 have autopilot features which would prevent a pilot from maneuvers that would place too much G-loading and stress on an aircraft, its crew, or passengers. Such features would take over and trim out the aircraft should such a thing occur. But if that is possible, technologically, then it becomes possible to entertain the opposite: that a pilot could be overridden and a plane flown in a fashion hazardous to the crew and passengers, without the possibility of them overriding such remote control. And if that is possible, then it is also possible to conceive that such systems could be hacked by yet a third player.

The relevance here is obvious and hardly needs to be stated. While the article cited above goes on to state why all this is wonderful and good, the unstated proposition, which is equally possible, is left unspoken and unstated, because it would raise nasty questions about the official 9/11 narrative, just as it raises nasty questions about flight 370.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. LibTechBanshee on March 30, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    • Margaret on March 30, 2014 at 10:33 pm

      I saw that earlier on a different site and wondered how the photo could be totally black. Even if the flash failed, wouldn’t there be a little bit of glow from the keypad of the phone? Otherwise, how could he see to type the message in total darkness? Why couldn’t he have made a ‘selfie’ even with a small amount of light from his phone? I didn’t find the report credible enough …

  2. Frankie Calcutta on March 28, 2014 at 5:09 pm

    Question: who is the most frightened person in the world right now?

    Answer: a Rolls Royce airplane engine technician tasked with monitoring Boeing jet engine remotely via computers.

    Question: who is the happiest person in the world right now?

    Answer: A Malaysian Prime Minister and his friends who have in their possession air traffic control radio transcripts, radar data, and airport security recordings. How much is keeping silent worth? They all just shot up Forbe’s richest South Asian’s list.

    Question: who is the angriest person in the world right now?

    Answer: Benjamin Netanyahu. Because his false flag was foiled and now he will have to think up another scheme to start a war with Iran and kill lots of people.

    Question: who is the saddest person in the world right now?

    Answer: Karen Hudes because Chuck Hagel never returns her phone calls.

    • jedi on March 28, 2014 at 5:24 pm

      I envision dolphins becoming aware they have bombs strapped across there backs while dreaming about serpents swallowing them all the while the crocodile eats there dna.

  3. Kathie on March 28, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    if one follows an obscure story prior to 911 where a certain intern died and the congress critter soon there after resigned, all info about her were wiped from the internet and any reference to her husband who is a patented scientist of rct was obliterated. He worked in close connection with the soon to be dual citizen director of intell and was in charge of the invest. of the dirty deed. the rct was already known and being miniaturized then….

    • Lost on March 29, 2014 at 5:15 am

      There’s no information on Chandra Levy on the interwebs?

      And she was married?

      Garry Condit lost, didn’t resign.

      Now are you thinking of some other intern, member of the house and the year 2001?

  4. terminally skeptical on March 27, 2014 at 11:02 am

    What is the significance of The Hague’s Nuclear Summit Conference flyover of a possible hi-jacked plane heading to Frankfurt. The plane’s normal flight trajectory suggest it was off course and hence the speculation that the Dutch Air Force may have averted some sort of false flag plane-as-weapon attack that would have then been pinned on Iran. I’m not equipped to add to the discussion on this thread of occult rites and ritual although I suspect that flying a stolen plane, be it the original or one that emulated (in appearance and absent transponder) the flight that carried the still 239 missing souls, back to the birthplace of Rothschild Central is of itself ritual sufficient. Personal speculation: could the plane have possibly been carrying a full load of herded south Asian bullion instead of an on board weapon? How many statesman at that conference might have known in advance of this flyover in advance.

    Going by youtube appearances the chilly lack of applause of Obama’s summary speech at the conference suggest that the majority, if any, of them were not in the same camp as the White House occupant. Then again, the POTUS’s job and need to know is compartmentalized too so he may not have known of the encroaching 777 either. But still unsettling, even bizarre, is that listeners of emergency radio in The Netherlands were told by authorities to turn off their radios that presumably might have made them privy to flight communications dialogue when the plane had entered Dutch air space. The reason given was a disingenuous tale that it was putting a load on the emergency broadcast transmission system. It appears that whoever implored this at least was complicit in the activity.

    • LSM on March 27, 2014 at 4:46 pm

      “could the plane have possibly been carrying a full load of herded south Asian bullion?”- I don’t think we should rule that concept out

  5. OrigensChild on March 27, 2014 at 10:26 am

    Two nights ago on the Rense network Yoichi Shimatsu indicated there may be a technological reason for this intercept. His proposal includes a new chip technology and new software with military applications—weapons, surveillance, space and miniaturization on a massive scale. From his research there were several programmers onboard with expertise whose focus may have been this chip technology. If there is a technological link of the variety he stated in that interview and article, there would be a very good reason for intervention by someone. If we take his article as a sufficient reason—and though I am not fully convinced, I am willing to entertain the proposal—this leads me to a whole series of questions. The disappearance of MH-370 has the right hint of desperation (in the form of a covert operation using technology) to make Yoichi’s version of the story resonate like a bell. Governments are scrambling to capture the public version of the story—and investigate the roles “their” instruments may have played during the operation. Right now the big elephant in the room that few talk about is space. Whatever the details for this action, I believe space is the heart of the story. The constant reference in media to “satellites” is a subtle reference to the topic of space as technology and domain while concealing the private concern. If Yoichi’s version is accurate and complete imagine what a threat China would be against an existing “power’s hegemony” with its aggressive space program and this new technology! Dr. Farrell has stated in numerous interviews the idea of the hegemony’s interest in projecting power through size and scale to internal and external threats in a game of high-stakes poker. To borrow a Star Wars metaphor, what good is having a death star when your enemy possesses two million smart, miniature drones capable of disabling the system before it can be deployed—let alone have an opportunity to fire? What would a major “player” do to prevent such as transfer of technology as a tactical move once they realized what was occurring? Finally, are there indications that the transfer may have actually been successful?

  6. Celtic Death Star on March 26, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    Why would Israel have a plane identical to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in storage in Tel Aviv? The plane is the Boeing 777 2H6(ER) – 28416/155, an identical twin of the missing plane, which has been in Israel since November 2013. What are the Israelis doing with this plane in a hanger in Tel Aviv? Could it be part of a false-flag terror plot in the making? Where is this plane today?

  7. Arne Saknussemm on March 26, 2014 at 6:05 pm

    “The widest prairies have electric fences/…… old cattle know they must not stray” one thing that is now clear to everyone, including those who vaguely hoped for a far flung hidey hole away from the system, that EVERYTHING, every move, everywhere is monitored in someway or another by many different parties. This is bread and butter to the conspiracy “theorist” but the MSM coverage of Malaysia 370 has driven home even to the most disinterested of minds that now, on this planet at least, there is nowhere to hide – “Electric limits to their widest senses”

  8. Margaret on March 26, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    I don’t think we can leave ever-paranoid Israel out of the picture. Within days Israeli air defenses were put on high alert. An Israeli security expert suggested the plane had been hijacked to Iran to possibly be used in a 911 type false flag attack on Israel. And now it is interesting to learn that Israel has had an identical, twin Boeing 777 in storage in Tel Aviv since last November. Why would they have a twin plane in storage? More questions and some good dot-connecting posted today by Christopher Bollyn (bollyn dot com). Headline is Are the Israelis Planning Another 9-11 Using the Missing Boeing 777?

    • henry on March 27, 2014 at 2:06 am

      A really useful piece of information, now i’m leaning even more to the idea that China’s action of offering satellite picture of ‘debris-like’ objects in the South China Sea then retracting it means they are “deliberately looking for debris”, which effectively translates as “any hijacked Malaysian Boeing 777 hitting whereever in the world would be a fake one”.
      Afterall Netanyahu did pay a rare visit to Beijing last year, obviously the nation of Israel is on the country’s strategic radar.

      The Chinese offering of satellite images as a follow up to Australia’s ‘sudden’ discovery of possible crash site in the southern Indian Ocean can be translated as “we are monitoring you”. It’s also worth to note that the Australian ‘discovery’ came after Malaysia’s request for access to data from Pine Gap.
      here is a wonderful article written by John Pilger, if the “covert forces” in Australia can stage a political coup against prime minister Whitlam, can they also at least withhold data from Pine Gap if not actually involved in the aviation mystery?

      Russian president Vladimir Putin could be banned from travelling to Australia for this year’s G20 summit in Brisbane is not only a follow up to the ousting of Russia from G8, but also a clear sign Abbott’s government is still within the Anglo-American orbit.

      Perhaps the National Gallery of Australia is now risking its reputation by not returning a stolen Indian artefact (says former UNESCO director) while the Chinese president is visiting the Headquarters of UNESCO (the first ever visit to the Organization by a Chinese Head of State) is merely a coincidence.
      However, former ALP leader Mark Latham has been the only Australian politician to take a tour of Pine Gap facility, and Mr Latham did say this in his Diaries:
      ”The truth is, the Americans need us more than we need them. Pine Gap is vital to their international security network. Plus the Americans restrict our capacity to trade and integrate with Asia- one day their trouble with China will be our trouble.”

      RT did report “Foreign ministers from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) also addressed the issue in their joint statement issued after the meeting held on the sidelines of the nuclear summit in The Hague. The statement said that the custodianship of the G20 belongs to all member-states equally and no one member-state can unilaterally determine its nature and character.” I’m not sure if Mr Abbott is ready for the international spotlight.

      • terminally skeptical on March 27, 2014 at 9:40 am

        That was a great John Pilger chronology, thanks. Not surprising this declaration though this is first time I’ve heard it expressed by an Australian insider that Pine Gap serves “American” interest more than it does Australia’s.

        • LSM on March 27, 2014 at 4:51 pm

          if my read sources are correct Pine Gap is exclusively in American hands (they built it)

    • Margaret on March 27, 2014 at 8:49 am

      Update on that duplicate plane at sott dot net, headline: Strange Coincidence? – Malaysian Airlines Plane Replica Stored at Ben Gurion Airport

      At the beginning of 2013, Malaysia airlines had 17 active Boeing 777-2H6ERs, all “duplicates” of the missing one … Since then 3 have been withdrawn … In Jan. 2013 one, with tail number 9M-MRK, was withdrawn and is now stored at Orlando/Sanford International airport. In April 2013, the “Israeli” one was withdrawn, acquired by GA Telesis, an American-based second-hand planes/plane parts dealer, given a new tail number (N105GT), stored at Tarbes airport in France in October, and then moved to Ben Gurion airport in November. In March 2014, the third was ‘withdrawn’ by some, as yet unknown, agent as it flew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

  9. Jon on March 26, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    I read an article by a pilot aobut how the crew can pull circuit breakers in case of a fire, which could take down all the various types of transponders on board. (Could be jsut another part of the noise.)

    Given the level of surveillance involved, I find it very difficult to believe that ALL traces and tracks of such a plane could jsut vanish without help. When was the last time a commercial liner like this just vanished? Certainly not for some time, decades at least.

    Would someone use this as a marketing ploy to push adoption of new “terrorist safe” remote control systems? Given the push for remote control operation of autos for use by police, this has to be considered.

    The degree of fervor for the adoption of “always on, always connected” in anything and everything we do makes me very suspicious.

    Given the multi-level aspect of most covert ops favored by the elite, we need to step back and see how this might fit into the larger picture.

    Who and/or what (more bonds?) was on the plane? Would offing them and/or stealing it further some other agenda? Cui bono? Is someone demonstrating weapons or other technology to potential buyers, or potential victims?

    Is the rapid disinformation muddying of the waters planned, or just a test of more intense ways of derailing any real investigation, a newer protocol to prevent “truther” movements in the future?

    No matter how we move forward, we are left with more questions than answers, and that alone has implications on another level altogether.

  10. Robert Barricklow on March 26, 2014 at 3:42 pm

    The first circle of deception could be that the plane was “captured” and flown at will. The 2nd circle could be to capture the mind(s) and take control from that perspective. The 3rd circle could be a full spectrum dominance of the information coming in & going out. Or, it could be combinations of the above: the plane, the mind, the “media”.

    What we need is a “systems and culture of norms”
    that make us better than what we are.

    The challenge we now face, …is to build them.

  11. DownunderET on March 26, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    The above scenario is possible, if you could take control of the aircraft, you could fly it to wherever you want, but the big question is WHY? I have always maintained that you don’t “grab” a 777 for no reason, there has to be, like any crime, a motif.
    Subsequently, I have come to the conclusion that whoever took this plane, wanted what was “on it”, nobody seems to want to talk about the cargo manifest?????

    Without a doubt there was some “exotic” means to the planes disappearance, but I fear that this helpless aircraft is now in another place. Like 9/11, this missing aircraft has become another mystery to be solved at a later date, or will it?

  12. Frankie Calcutta on March 26, 2014 at 8:33 am

    I imagine stiff negotiations are taking place with the Chinese in order to get them on board with whatever “official” story gets dreamed up by the ziocons to down play this bungled false flag. Will China receive Africa or South America colonial concessions for keeping quiet? Maybe advanced US military technology? Some financial agreement beneficial to their banks? Twenty million US passports? Part of Australia? Malaysia on the other hand is readily playing ball with the anglosphere. By willingly spinning the ziocon version of events, the Malaysians must have been taken off the bad guy list and brought back into the anglosphere fold with some kind of financial reward to boot. Boeing of course will be rewarded with space concessions or a giant military contract for not scoffing when it is determined implausibly that a technical glitch brought down the airplane. I notice Fox news didn’t even mention terrorism on their related new story today on their website. Possibly the whole terrorism narrative is being dropped right down the memory hole. Germany, on the other hand, is not taking any chances and has grounded 600 domestic flights on Thursday under the cover of a strike (taking a page from anxious Israel’s playbook the other day regarding their embassies). Maybe the Germans don’t want a congested air space just in case the Malaysian airplane and the terrorist narrative resurrects from the dead in order to punish Germany for not being fully on board with poking Putin in the eye and mugging the Ukraine.

    My high octane speculation would be that the mysterious events of the last couple weeks regarding the missing plane could be a hollywood PR stunt for a new reality show being rolled out by network television and to be set in another dimension or universe. A sort of “Land of The Lost” but with a little Argentinian style cannibalism added to the mix.

  13. marcos toledo on March 26, 2014 at 8:03 am

    We have had technology to control vehicles remotely for at lest seventy years if not a hundred years unofficially. And we most not forget the case of Michael Hasting and who got control of his car and crash it into a tree. SO what we have to find out the real reason for the disappearance of Flight 370 and who benefited from this hijacking and why it took place.

  14. Jarrod on March 26, 2014 at 7:09 am

    I can’t help but feel that there is an occult ritualistic element to this mystery. As many will know, we are now in the 40 day window that is the “Occult Season of Sacrifice.” Part and parcel to events within this time-window is the fact that such rituals requires mainstream conscious attention; that is, the more the public is mentally and emotionally involved, the higher the ritualistic impact. What better way to do this than to create a massive mystery, full of intrigue and “cliff-hangers” so that the mainstream consciousness will be so involved that they will literally be begging for answers…In such a scenario, the passengers would still be alive and kept in an undisclosed location, until a particular occult date arrives, at which time (which could be days from now) the plane is boarded, crashed, and then “discovered”, as if it had happened weeks ago. Maximum impact could be leveraged in this way. In these rituals, the sacred Goddess principle is always assaulted. One has to look no further than Columbine or the Columbia Shuttle disaster (an attack on the goddess Columbia) or the Virginia Tech Massacre (an attack on the virgin Goddess) as the name usually gives it away. Here we have Malaysia Flight 370, in which the plane resembles a dove, which is associated with such Goddess rituals (usually the dove is incinerated ala the “cremation of care”…the dove is both representative of peace and care and also the sacred feminine) and the name of this event does have “Ma” in it ala the phonetic sound across most cultures for the motherly life-force, or sacred feminine. This is just speculation of course, and I’m by no means highly knowledgeable in such things…just something to keep in mind over the following days.

    • LSM on March 26, 2014 at 8:10 am

      Amen!- couldn’t agree with you more

    • Don B on March 26, 2014 at 8:19 am

      And a coincidence that the Challenger just happened over Palestine, Texas with the first Israeli on board. Even some NASA higher ups weren’t buying the O-ring crapola(off the record of course).


      • Lost on March 26, 2014 at 3:00 pm


        Really, the Challenger exploded off Florida. Even Tom Bearden thinks it was partly the O–rings, where the cold came from is a different story, as is the pressure to launch by NASA.

        The Columbia is supposed to have fallen apart on re-entry because of a launch damaged carbon-carbon leading wing edge. And it very likely started to fall apart as soon as it re-entered the atmosphere–far west of Texas. Parts fell in New Mexico I believe.

        Now over the west coast, when the Columbia re-entered the atmosphere, there was a strange purple flash reported by someone who’d watched with a telescope.

        • Don B on March 26, 2014 at 3:43 pm


          Thanks for the clarification. It was Columbia.
          It did explode near Palestine Texas and the debris did fall all over the Gulf and a couple of states. Don’t you think that is a little strange having an Israeli on board and it happened on the Sabbath? As to the O-ring, just going by what some folks close to it said many years ago. Not aware of the motive.

          Bearden… I don’t follow his work so I can’t comment. But, yes, I meant the Colombia and not the Challenger/O-ring explosion. My mind was thinking one thing and my fingers typed something else. Old age?? Maybe. Thanks again for your astuteness. I don’t mind being corrected at all if I’m wrong.


          • Lost on March 27, 2014 at 6:10 am

            I think the unexplained purple flash, of which there is video, is far more strange than part of a glider, that was in the process of breaking up, falling on a state over which its flight path passed.

            Lots of things happen on Saturdays–sometimes those to whom that day is holy, not limited to Jews, are about and around, when said things happen.

            Now, show some documented significant astrological event concurrent with the flight path, west Texas, at the exact hour, and minute, the flight path crossed a town called Palestine. And relate all that to the specialty of whomever aboard the Columbia and I’ll pay attention.

    • LSM on March 26, 2014 at 5:50 pm

      since this thread seems to off-topically referring to the Challenger disaster- although the men behind the curtain may still be the same (or their followers) and maybe/MAYBE a similar scenario has occurred with flight 370, do check out the following:

      Ed Laughlin died in the last yr. under mysterious circumstances, by the way-

      according to his testimonies in this interview (or might’ve been a later interview) the Challenger people survived the explosion/capsule separation, landed in the ocean but were purposely left to drown- I know this is a hideous concept but, hey, not everyone out there in charge of things is “nice”-


      • Lost on March 28, 2014 at 6:15 am


        The reference to the Challenger was the OP’s confusion of the Columbia with the Challenger.

        What’s Laughrin’s evidence that he saw an intact part of the Challenger nose with people alive in it? Are there others who back his claims, others from the same ship he claims to have been on?

      • Don B on March 28, 2014 at 9:02 am

        I’ve heard those rumors for years but haven’t made up my mind on it. To paraphrase FDR “nothing happens in the government by accident”, so it would not be a shock if this really happened. But as to Columbia, there are just to many anomalies involved to not question it. As Jarrod stated, the name Columbia has all kinds of esoteric baggage attached to it. I’ll just leave it at that. Have a great day.


  15. basta on March 26, 2014 at 6:25 am

    Whatever happened to that aircraft, one thing is for certain: It wasn’t lost.

    There are so many levels of tracking for commercial aircraft that it is impossible to lose one. Even Rolls Royce monitors the engines in real-time.

    Just another example of mafiasi masquerading as government and a complicit media feeding you nonstop BS to cover their tracks.

    • Lost on March 26, 2014 at 3:04 pm

      Having engine telemetry doesn’t provide a triangulated position.

  16. DanaThomas on March 26, 2014 at 5:33 am

    Nearly 50 news items on alone – check them up before they start deleting or editing them.

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