Malaysian plane: 20 passengers worked for ELECTRONIC WARFARE and MILITARY RADAR firm
Ted Jeory | March 19, 2014 | Express
A US technology company which had 20 senior staff on board Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 had just launched a new electronic warfare gadget for military radar systems in the days before the Boeing 777 went missing.
Freescale Semiconductor, which makes powerful microchips for industries including defence, released the powerful new products to the American market on March 3. Five days later, Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur for Beijing with 239 people on board including 20 working for Freescale.
Twelve were from Malaysia, while eight were Chinese nationals.
Freescale’s spokesman Mitch Haws has said: “These were all people with a lot of experience and technical background and they were very important people. “It’s definitely a loss for the company.”
Freescale’s shareholders include the Carlyle Group of private equity investors whose past advisers have included ex-US president George Bush Sr and former British Prime Minister John Major.
"These were all people with a lot of experience and technical background – they were very important" - Freescale Semiconductor
Carlyle’s previous heavyweight clients include the Saudi Binladin Group, the construction firm owned by the family of Osama bin Laden. The fact that Freescale had so many highly qualified staff on board the Boeing 777 had already prompted wild conspiracy theories about what might have happened. The company says they were flying to China to improve its consumer products operations, but Freescale’s fresh links to electronic warfare technology is likely to trigger more speculation and deepen the mystery. Experts have been baffled how a large passenger jet seems to have flown undetected and possibly beaten military radar systems for up to six hours. Avoiding radar via “cloaking technology” has long been one of the objectives of the defence industry and Freescale has been active developing chips for military radar.
On its website, the company says its radio frequency products meet the requirements for applications in “avionics, radar, communications, missile guidance, electronic warfare and identification friend or foe”. Last June it announced it was creating a team of specialists dedicated to producing “radio frequency power products” for the defence industry. And on March 3, it announced it was releasing 11 of these new gadgets for use in “high frequency, VHF and low-band UHF radar and radio communications”. The company did not respond to questions from Express Online, including whether any of its missing employees had been working on the defence products.
It neither provided any responses to the latest bizarre conspiracy theory being widely published on the comments sections of newspaper websites and other internet forums.
The comment reads: It reads: Have you pieced together the puzzle of missing flight 370 to Beijing China? If not, here are your missing pieces.
Patents Patents Patents.
Four days after the missing flight MH370 a patent is approved by the Patent Office, four of the five Patent holders are Chinese employees of Freescale Semiconductor of Austin TX.
Patent is divided up on 20 per cent increments to five holders. “Peidong Wang, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Zhijun Chen, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Zhihong Cheng, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Li Ying, Suzhou, China, (20 per cent); Freescale Semiconductor (20 per cent). If a patent holder dies, then the remaining holders equally share the dividends of the deceased if not disputed in a will. If four of the five dies, then the remaining one Patent holder gets 100 per cent of the wealth of the patent. “That remaining live Patent holder is Freescale Semiconductor.” It adds: “Here is your motive for the missing Beijing plane. As all four Chinese members of the Patent were passengers on the missing plane.
Patent holders can alter the proceeds legally by passing wealth to their heirs. “However, they cannot do so until the Patent is approved. So when the plane went missing, the patent had not been approved.”
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.