domingo, 30 de marzo de 2014

Malaysian Airlines plane DID crash into ocean – all 239 onboard dead



Malaysian Airlines plane DID crash into ocean – all 239 onboard dead

Tuesday 25 March 2014
‘The missing Malaysian Airlines flight definitely plunged into the ocean and there are no survivors, the prime minister has said.
Malaysian leader Najib Razak addressed a sombre press conference in which he said new data revealed the plane had gone massively off-route and entered the South Indian Ocean.
He said he has spoken to the families of the 239 passengers on board and informed them of the “heartbreaking” tragedy.
Speaking at a press conference this afternoon Mr Razak said: “This evening I was briefed by representatives from the UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).’

Rothschild Inherits a Semiconductor Patent For Freescale Semiconductors

‘The disappearance of four members of a patent semiconductor traveling on Malaysia Airlines MH370 makes the famous billionaire Jacob Rothschild the sole owner of the important patent.
The mystery surrounding the Malaysian Airlines MH-370 is growing as each day passes with more mysterious silence shadowing the disappearance of the airline. More and more conspiracy theories are beginning to boom on the internet. One of the conspiracies one is the Freescale Semiconductor’s ARM microcontroller ‘KL-03′ which is a new improvised version of an older microcontroller KL-02. This crazy story about how Illuminati Rothschild exploited the airlines to gain full Patent Rights of an incredible KL-03 micro-chip is going haywire across the internet especially when it’s involving Jacob Rothschild as the evil master plotter.
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 has been developing microprocessors, sensors and other technology for the past 50 years. The technology it creates is commonly referred to as embedded processors, which according to the firm are “stand-alone semiconductors that perform dedicated computing functions in electronic systems”.’

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