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hapiwondrer 46 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 26, 2014 10:28 PM Member since: Sep 25, 2010
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    For the benefit of the few...

    by hapiwondrer May 4, 2014 10:03 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 5, 2014 10:51 AM Flag

    “...the miracle device inventors being trashed so that a Rothschild can take over the world ?? ...”

    It wouldn’t be the first time an attempt was made to place self-interest above any sense of allegiance to the people in one’s country of residence or the first time a war was started solely to benefit bankers and the military industrial complex. You have a lousy grasp of history.

    In the American Civil War when Lincoln went to NY bankers to obtain loans to back the Union’s efforts in that conflict, they responded with usurious rates, resulting in what became known as “greenbacks”.

    At the Battle of Waterloo Nathan Rothschild had advance knowledge of Napolean’s loss. He feigned concern over the loss by the English and bought up English government “Consols” by creating a panic, thus obtained them at a highly discounted rate. This is a theme that runs throughout history of those dead-set on plunder for personal gain and totally absent a conscience.

    The possible motive connected to acquisition of 100% of the patent rights of the Freescale Semiconductor chip is chump change in comparison. It’s just a matter of how unscrupulous and money hungry those that have the wherewithal to pull something like this off might be.

    Obviously it’s going out on a limb at this point with these allegations, but enough time has passed to start making preliminary conclusions.

    It’s interesting that none of your conclusions suggest a motive.

    Now you can report back to your handlers.

  • Reply to

    For the benefit of the few...

    by hapiwondrer May 4, 2014 10:03 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 5, 2014 12:44 AM Flag

    “What is your view of suspicious ?”

    No clue. What’s yours?

    It is fact that there were 4 patent holding engineers for Freescale Semiconductor on board. A large shareholder is the Carlyle Group. Jacob Rothschild, one source states, is now the sole patent holder of the ARM KL-03 microcontroller, whereas the 4 development engineers on board held the remaining 80%.

    In a crime, it is motive that is investigated first. Evidence is secondary and used to identify illegal behavior. At present these are only allegations. Usually those with a motive are called in and questioned. None of that seems to be happening here. Could it be that investigators are fearful to question those with massive wealth? Or could it be that you are inclined to look the other way for the same reason at possible motives? Hmm?

    But if you are going to claim motive should not be looked into, please do state what should.

    Apparently you don’t feel lack of debris is suspicious.

    Apparently you don’t think failure to find wreckage triangulated from black box pings is suspicious.

    Apparently your best hoped for outcome is that the aircraft is NEVER found so you can continue to bloviate over what you consider to be conspiracy theorists without providing your own “enlightened” input.

    While technical clues are important, many times the human factor is far more important.

    So come on, smart aleck, please do give YOUR opinion and dispense with your timidity.

  • Reply to

    For the benefit of the few...

    by hapiwondrer May 4, 2014 10:03 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 4, 2014 11:39 PM Flag

    “There’s no longer any point in spending time with a message board that has been hijacked and no one has any interest in putting a stop to it." hapiwonder a.k.a. rockfordfiles2”

    That sounds like a large set of blackened frying pans calling the pot black.

  • A list of those identified as being part of a Boeing disinformation campaign listed on this message board was given as a topic titled: “Boeing’s MH370 disinformation campaign members” with the following Yahoo link:

    As you will see, if you click on the above link, the topic was deleted. This is solely a function of this message board, as others allow this sort of content because it represents the views of some that a message board that has been co-opted by a group with a common agenda that forces out all others. Obviously this post hit the mark, and it wasn’t Yahoo’s decision to delete it, but rather complaint(s) filed by the listed screen names. Your right to disagree here with the comments/reviews of others is therefore highly restricted. As an outsider you will be severely criticized, no matter WHAT your point of view is so that this message board is, in effect, solely reserved for those who, in association, post here.

    Another way to recognize those that were listed is by their “high” ratings. This should make you suspicious about what has been the fate of MH370. This message, if deleted, will of course find its way to others, despite efforts to suppress the content of the referenced post.

    These comments are directed solely to those who value their individualism, and not those who are part of a collective. There should be no reason to delete THIS post since no content remains at the above link. Further, there have been far greater criticisms than the content of this post by outsiders that remain to this day.

    Again, if you are not part of this group, it is suggested that you access the above link and note the deletion.

  • tburke:

    I thought about you, and your comments on your perceived differences between communism/socialism and fascism.

    Access the YouTube presentation using the following title: “G. Edward Griffin: The Collectivist Conspiracy (Full Length)”

    You see, there just is not much of a difference.

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    Ok lets settle MH 370

    by crazyhorse1786 Mar 25, 2014 3:58 PM
    hapiwondrer hapiwondrer May 4, 2014 6:02 AM Flag

    Suppositions have been thrown out there from this screen name. The purpose was to see what rebounded. There are Boeing operatives on this message board that are part of a misinformation campaign for the disappearance of MH370.

    Statements of the coup that took place in the United States in 1913 are true. The disappearance of MH370 was a criminal act in league with terrorists, by operatives not on-board, and looks like murder for the purpose of acquiring the intellectual property of 4 engineers, on-board, that held 80% of the patents while working for Freescale Semiconductor. These patents would revert to the parent company, Carlyle Corporation, due to these murders. You can fill in what’s missing that can’t be added due to Yahoo character limitations, 1984 char

    It’s surprising that no one else interested within the MSM has attempted to suggest this. A wild proposition was made to remotely control a pilot-less Boeing 777, which is clearly possible, and could have caused MH370 to disappear. No body wanted to touch that one. On a cost basis, that makes sense, yet it was as if an elephant had occupied the room and no one wanted to acknowledge it. That implies that there is a misinformation campaign on a number of different levels indicating that a workable idea is being ignored. The only reason for that would be that there are operatives that actually know what happened to the plane and this test scenario couldn’t be employed because it would disclose a widespread conspiracy at the highest levels if it was actually undertaken. The aircraft would make the massive search and reports of “pings” from its black box completely bogus. Interestingly the focus now has moved to the Bay of Bengal, where the same test could be done, since the search in the southern Indian Ocean has turned up nothing.

    Look up the name of Ambassador Leo Emil Wanta on the website wantarevelations DATcom to see how deep this and criminal acts by the same operatives go.

    Refute with reasons.

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