French pilot calls Germanwings crash bizarre, says assasination cannot be ruled out

March 27, 2015

Jean Serrat, a former airline captain, told France 2 the Germanwings crash was “extraordinary”.

He said it was beyond comprehensible how a plane could descend at the rate of 1000 metres per minute without leaving its trajectory and for a period of ten minutes.

He said that even if there had been a fire on board or the crew had become unconscious, the autopilot would have ensured that the plane maintained its altitude, thereby avoiding an impact with the mountains.

Given all the unknown factors, Serrat said an assasination cannot be ruled out.

“One is obliged to say this event is something bizarre… I ve never seen a plane descend without checking its route and without warning anyone,” he said.


March 27, 2015



The University Clinic in Dusseldorf has denied media reports that Germanwings co pilot Andras Lubitz was being treated for depression. A clinic spokesperson said Lubitz was a patient, but he was being treated for another reason. Read the rest of this entry »

Top German politicians and aviation experts doubt official narrative of Germanwings crash

March 27, 2015

A top German polticians and aviation expert expressed doubts on the version offered by the French prosecutor into the cause of the crash of the Germanwings airbus in one of Germany s most popular talks shows last night.

Aviation journalist Andeas Spaeth expressed surprise that French prosecutors claimed to have found the cause of the crash within two days only on the basis of their analysis of a voice recorder.

“It is strange that the prosecutors gave such precise results in such a short time,” he said.

Dr Peter Ramsauer (CSU), Chair of the Committee on Economic Affairs and Energy in the German parliament, dismissed the conclusions of the French prosecutors, observing that prosecutors had often been proved to be wrong (thinking of German prosecutors smear campaign against former President Chrstian Wulff?)


March 27, 2015

The International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA), representing more than 100,000 pilots around the world, has condemned French prosecutors investigating the Germanwings crash for leaking elements of the cockpit voice recorder.

Leaking premature, unanalyzed, and partial CVR recordings, which lack the context of the entire body of factual investigative data, severely interferes with the investigative process, and can only lead to early conclusions on what exactly occurred during the time leading up to the accident. Any other use of CVR data is not only invalid, but is an unacceptable invasion of privacy best described as a search for sensationalism and voyeurism of the worst kind,” IALFA said in a statment.

The European Pilot Association (ECA) also condemned the leaks as a serious breach of  principles of accident investigation.,-Piloten-beklagen-Geheimnisverrat-bei-Germanwings-Ermittlungen-_arid,281448.html

In addition, the French union for national airline pilots (SNPL) has expressed shock that they were told at a press conference at 5 pm there was no information on the crash only to read oabout the cockpit voice recorder leak in the New York Times a few hours later, and, then, to hear at 12 pm the following day a confirmation of the report in the New York Times by the French prosecutor.

Cockpit, the German Pilots Association, has said that French prosecutors have been premature to conclude that the co-pilot of a Germanwings airliner locked himself alone in the cockpit and flew it deliberately into a mountain in the French Alps.

Cockpit said the analysis of the voice recorder did not supply enough evidence to support the view that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot, caused the crash in a suicide act. The flight data contained in a second black box still needs to be analyzed. The black box of the flight recorder was recovered but without the memory card.

“There are still many unanswered questions,” said  Markus Wahl spokesperson from Cockpit. 

“We shouldn t draw any premature conclusions on the basis of incomplete information. Only when all the data has been analysed will we be cable to understand the reasons for this tragic accident,” said Ilja Schulz, President of the Cockpit association.

„What is the basis for claiming, for example, that the descent was started intentionally?” asked Jörg Handwerg dem Handelsblatt (Online-Ausgabe). „In our opinion, other factors than an intentional descent are possible.”

German Lufthansa pilot casts doubt on official version

March 26, 2015

Peter Haisenko, a retired Lufthansa pilot, has said the official version of the Germanwings crash doesn t add up.

First of all, he can t see a motive for the co pilot to have acted in the way he did, especially as the co pilot said nothing at all in the eighteen minutes leading up to his death, according to the French officials who analyzed the voice recorder.

However Haisenko says the co pilot could have been threatened or blackmailed.

In addition, the Airbus appears to have glided down on auto pilot, yet sensors, which would have registered the presence of mountains and activated a change in route, did not seem to function.

He notes that the plane must have descended at an angle of 10, 12 to 15 degrees, meaning the passengers would have been thrown forward in their seats and objects such as unsecured trolleys would have rolled up and down the corridor.

Furthermore, he observes that the person who knocked on the cockpit door on the voice recorder hasn t been identified. There is no evidence it was the pilot. Neither the pilot nor the co pilot can be heard speaking on the voice recorder according to the official version.

Moreover, Haisenko expressed surprise that no one tried to talk to the pilot on the interphone, something which would have been registered on the voice recorder black box. He wonders why the pilot didn t shout through the cockpit door given the urgency of the situation.

Also, he notes there are secret codes to access the cockpit. The pilot could have kept entering the code to access the cockpit. The co pilot would have to have held down the switch blocking access using continuous pressure to stop the door opening.

To sum up, Haisenko finds the official version not credible, but cannot say what happened on the basis of the facts available.


March 26, 2015

Digital enhancement of amateur footage of the Smolensk plane crash site, which was authenticated by Polish authorities, shows the four surviving crew members being shot by a detachment of special service agents.

It also shows there are no bodies to be seen, even though 90 members of the Polish government and all the highest-ranking members of the Polish military were killed in the crash according to the official version.

In spite of the enormous body of evidence indicating the victims did not die in the Smolensk plane crash, which was itself caused by an explosion, no significant inquiry has taken place.

Compare the footage of Smolensk showing mercenaries killing the surviving four crew and the pictures of the MH17 cockpit riddled with bullet holes in the Ukraine with the account of the crash of the plane of UN Chief Dag Hammarskjold in 1961 in Zambia.

According to the Hammarskjold commission,  a detachment of mercenaries had been waiting in the forst. As soon as the plane was shot down, the mercenaries moved in to kill Hammarskjold and the other crash survivors.

“The Norwegian head of military intelligence in Congo, Major-General Björn Egge,

travelled to Ndola after the crash to collect the Secretary-General’s effects and was allowed
to see the body in the mortuary. In 2005, two years before he died, Egge stated that he had
seen a round hole in Hammarskjöld’s forehead which could have been a bullet hole.”

“Having told Osmond “You know the crash was staged”, Cooper went on to assert
that he and Swanepoel had been detailed to ensure that Hammarskjöld had died in the
crash. He told Osmond (whose testimony reached the Commission in August 2013) that they
had reached the crash site in a Land Rover and found Hammarskjöld and two bodyguards
still alive. Swanepoel had shot and killed Hammarskjöld; they had then killed the two
bodyguards and riddled the wreckage with bullets.
14.23 If the plane’s position as it approached Ndola had been monitored – and there is no
doubt that it could have been – it is not impossible that persons waiting in the bush were
able to reach the crash site rapidly. But it does not follow that Cooper was accurately
relaying Swanepoel’s account to the Norwegian police; or that, if he was, Swanepoel had
been telling him the truth; or that Cooper was telling Osmond the truth about his own role.
It is highly probable, for example, that the guard mentioned in the various accounts was
Julien, who was not shot but died of burns. But even if Swanepoel or Cooper was relaying an
account which he had heard and was giving himself a fictitious role in it, there is a measure
of correspondence between it and the evidence given by uninvolved bystanders that men
had arrived rapidly in Land Rovers following the crash. We have considered in sections 8.10
and 8.11 above how a measure of certainty might be reached in relation to these accounts. “

Another new Ebola case pops up in Liberia with no link to other case

March 26, 2015

“According to Dr. Ketter, the suspected person from Clara Town has no connection with the latest confirmed Ebola case from Caldwell something which makes the situation a bit complicated but urged citizens to be calm and trust the ability of the health team.”

This second new case in Liberia is yet more evidence that Ebola is not being transmitted from person to person.  WHO Ebola expert Dr Pierre Formenty said a part of the Ebola epidemic is hidden. The hidden factor must be the covert use of bioweapons.

The Liberian Institute for Biomedical Research (LIBR) was established in Monrovia the 1970s and works with biosecurity level 4 pathogens like Ebola.

“We don’t know how Ebola got into this part of Africa.  It has been in south and east Africa, about 4,000 miles away from Liberia.  Did the bat fly with it here, or was it brought by the plane?” asked Vuyu Kanda Golakai, Dean of the A.M. Dogliotti College of Medicine, University of Liberia (UL).

I think the answer is Ebola was brought by car from the LIBR bioweapons lab next door.




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