By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – An exclusive new video posted to YouTube on December 23, 2014, explores the PSYOPs role of Inmarsat and a complicit mainstream media in providing the CIA with means to mislead the public and sabotage search and rescue operations concerning the facts of MH370’s disappearance and location. Inmarsat’s Sr. VP of External Affairs Chris McLaughlin appeared in a telephone interview with CNN on March 24, 2014, 16 days after search and rescue operations began, providing the basis for a new audio study looking back in an attempt to discern intelligence secrets uttered covertly during the broadcast.
Former airline executive Marc Dugain suggested in the second of a two-part series (published in the December 22, 2014, edition of Paris Match) how MH370 may have been shot down by military personnel while approaching the U.S. base at Diego Garcia. The French novelist wrote that “We looked for the plane in the wrong direction, based only on the claims of a British satellite company, Inmarsat, itself closely linked to intelligence services.” Inmarsat’s position as an agency front can be traced forensically through an examination of existing public documents.
Satellite telecom provider Inmarsat designs and operates communications services focussed on regions of the globe where no terrestrial infrastructure exists. An outgrowth of the not-for-profit International Maritime Satellite Organization, Inmarsat first traded on the London Stock Exchange in 2005. Investors Chronicle reported that by March 2008 Harbinger Capital Partners owned 28 percent of the company. In 2009 the renamed Harbinger Capital Group subsequently acquired controlling shares of the infamous Bush-family founded Zapata Corporation.
According to author Michael Beschloss, “Operation Zapata” was the CIA codename for the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion against Fidel Castro’s Cuba. The term invokes Zapata’s alleged role in the supply chain that supported a failed invasion resulting in hundreds of known deaths and potentially thousands of killed, missing or wounded. The National Security Archive at George Washington University now hosts four volumes of the CIA’s “Official History of the Bay of Pigs Operation.”
Examined in light of state-sponsored disinformation, the secret messages of Inmarsat Sr. VP of External Affairs Chris McLaughlin touch upon a variety of memes arising from the absence of transparent intelligence surrounding missing flight MH370. While the transcript may not speak directly to the whereabouts of MH370, disclosure from signals intelligence staff concerning Iran’s role in the procurement of a nuclear-tipped missile appears to offer encapsulation for much of the material. The transcript is further colored by identification with intelligence services operations accompanied by inner conscientious objections to poisoning waters surrounding MH370’s disappearance with now evidently bold untruths.
The following analysis relies upon applied phenomena of reflection mirroring audio from the CNN telephone interview across the soundtrack timeline on a digital audio workstation. The effectiveness of this procedure has been publicly demonstrated in applications where military and forensic-grade intelligence concerning events of the Iraq War, identification of the BTK Killer and UFOs in Edward Snowden’s NSA data cache was released prior to widespread acceptance as matters of public record. The partial transcript below reflects the spoken comments of Inmarsat Sr. VP of External Affairs Chris McLaughlin during the March 24, 2014, interview and the encrypted messages detected therein.
The blackout. Stealth. A missile bought through Iran: “How difficult? Moderately. We’ve done something new. We’ve used the ability to work out the time differences between signals to and from our satellite and our network to give a direction of travel. That’s what we did on the 11th and submitted it to the investigation. Then we’ve continued on looking at those pings (as they’ve become known as) or handshakes. And we have tried to look in more detail and compare it with other similar flights to establish a pattern.”
It’s a bomb. The bomb. It’s this black evil. Spy. This man was spy. How I am a liar: “The system is simple. If you think of the satellite network as the same as a mobile phone network, you think of the on-board box, the classic Arrow from Inmarsat as the handset. And then any apps like the ACARS system or the voice communications as just being apps on a handset. The apps were turned off but the handset wasn’t. So the network was looking every hour on the hour to see whether service was required. That’s all this was.”
Missile. Person at SIGNINT shared that. An A-bomb. Get bombs. Push Vietnam: “Sadly this is the limit. There’s no global decision even after the Air France of five years ago, no global decision to make direction and distance reporting compulsory. On ships you have long-range identification and tracking and they have to log in every six hours to say where they are. Well obviously on aircraft they need to log in at at five or six hundred knots every fifteen minutes. It could be done tomorrow with the existing technology that we have but the mandate is not there globally.