Darkmoon — Nov 6, 2015
Did you know that a plane, through its computer system,
can be hijacked remotely by cyberhackers and made to crash?
This is an an edited version of “Suspicions about the Russian plane crash” from this site, which is based in turn on an article with the same title by Christopher Bollyn, here.
With an extensive endnote and commentary by Lasha Darkmoon.
An official in the Egyptian Air traffic control has told local reporters that the last communication with the pilot of the Russian plane was while he was flying at 30 thousand feet. The pilot complained of malfunction in the wireless devices and he asked for an emergency landing at the nearest airport. – “Russian plane crash,” The Telegraph (UK), October 31, 2015
It remains to be seen how the U.S. and other nations supporting the mercenary forces fighting in Syria will respond to the Russian intervention. Unlike chess, this game has no rules. – Christopher Bollyn, “Syria: The Russian Move – Changing the Game,” October 6, 2015, bollyn.com/changing-the-game-the-russian-move-in-syria/
The October 31 crash of the Russian Metrojet passenger aircraft in the Sinai Desert, near the border of Egypt and Israel, raises some well-founded suspicions of foul play being involved in the downing of the plane. Although it is too early to say what caused the crash, there are some clear indications that suggest the plane was remotely sabotaged – via its connection to the Internet.
FACT : The Russian aircraft went down south of Al Arish, near the border of Israel, very close to Israel’s main signal intelligence facility, Unit 8200, located on Kibbutz Urim.
LD: This Israeli signal intelligence facility, staffed by Israel’s most accomplished computer hackers, is located 60 miles north-east of the location where the Russian plane was downed. These hackers could easily have gained access to the plane’s computer, taking over the plane without the knowledge of the plane’s passengers or of the pilots in the cockpit. Computer hacking is indeed the main function of the Israeli operatives stationed at Unit 8200 on Kibbutz Urim.
See map HERE.
We already know for a fact that the Israeli signal intelligence facility, known as Unit 8200, has “rows of satellite dishes that covertly intercept phone calls, emails and other communications.” This Israeli spy facility would have had the ability to monitor and communicate directly with the aircraft’s navigation system – without the knowledge of the crew.
The fact that the pilot’s last communication, from 30,000 feet, reported a malfunction in the airplane’s wireless devices and that he asked for an emergency landing, indicates that the airplane may have been in the process of being hacked externally through its satellite wireless connection.
Secondly, the fact that this was the pilot’s last communication is significant.
Even if the plane had stalled, as it seems to have done, and fallen from 30,000 feet, the pilot still would have had several minutes to communicate with air traffic controllers in Cairo – unless his communications link had been cut, which appears to have been the case.
LD: The anti-Zionist website smoloko.com has no hesitation in pointing the finger of blame at Israel’s espionage agency, Mossad. It calls ISIS (or ISIL) Israel’s “proxy Jew terror army.” It adds the significant fact that ISIS has never done Israel any harm. On the contrary, it has spent all its efforts ethnically cleansing the region of Arabs in order to expand the borders of the Jewish state and give the Jews their hearts’ desire: Eretz Israel, or Greater Israel, a “promised land” stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates.
YES, MOST JEWS WOULD THINK SO:
Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority reported that no Mayday signal was sent from the plane and that communication with the aircraft was normal until the aircraft disappeared from radar. This suggests that the normal communication links with the plane had been cut before the plane was remotely hijacked and sabotaged.
Last contact with the flight from flight tracking website Flightradar24 shows the aircraft climbing to 30875 feet, after which it showed erratic altitudes and speed indications. Last altitude recorded was 27925 feet at a speed of just 62 knots. Apparently, the plane had lost all engine power.
These reports seem to indicate that the plane may have been remotely hijacked by an unauthorized “ground pilot” who hacked into its flight system through its satellite connection to the Internet, something I discuss in “Why Did Crucial Computer Systems Fail?” in my book Solving 9-11.
LD: Here is another smoloko.com picture. Please note that none of these admittedly anti-Semitic pictures appear on Christopher Bollyn’s excellent website.
A REPEAT OF THE DOWNING OF EGYPT AIR 990?
The plane then reportedly broke up in flight. This break-up may have occurred as a result of the extreme forces the plane was subjected to as it went through radical dives and climbs in the last twenty seconds before it disappeared from radar. This scenario is very similar to the crash of Egypt Air 990, which went down exactly 16 years earlier on October 31, 1999, over the Atlantic Ocean, 62 miles south of Nantucket Island with 217 killed.
The wreckage suggests that the plane disintegrated at a high altitude.
“All signs indicate that the destruction of the aircraft structure occurred in air at a high altitude,” Alexander Neradko, head of the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency, said on November 1. Neradko said debris from the Airbus A321 was scattered across an “elongated ellipsis” of 3 miles in length by 2.5 miles in width.
A plane with a satellite connection to the Internet can be hijacked from the ground by an external hacker breaking into its computer system.