Thursday, April 9, 2015

TSA,GermanWings And The Shocking Censored Story Of Flying Poisoned Airline Pilots !

GermanWings And The Shocking Censored Story Of Flying Poisoned Airline Pilots !


Matt Andersson, president of Chicago-based Indigo Aerospace, has written a letter to theFinancial Times suggesting that the Germanwings plane could have been crashed by a HACKER.

Andersson says the French accident investigators are clear that the stricken plane 'accelerated in its descent'.

Anderson writes in the FT: 'That may be, but it could be from any number of causes, including external electronic hacking into the aircraft's control and navigation systems through malware or electromagnetic interception.'

'This is one reason military and head-of-state aircraft are generally installed with specific shielding and additional active protective measures,' but 'Civilian aircraft are not.'

Andersson writes: 'Both the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and the flight data recorder (FDR) of the Germanwings flight 9525 have yet to be subject to international standards.

'Until they are, many broad assertions currently presented to the public may turn out to be erroneous, misleading or in some cases lead to improper or counterproductive regulatory and other reactions –including misplaced liability, financial and insurance claims.'

Former commercial pilot Jay Rollins on MSNBC:  referred to the loss of a US drone over Iran, which some blamed on electronic hacking: 'Suddenly the aircraft responding to outside forces.

'If something like that were going on it would be very disturbing for the pilot.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail........

Mike Rivero's Commentary: 

Last week they were insisting that Lubitz was NOT being treated for depression (but wouldn't say what he was treated for).

At this point, Lubitz' medical condition is a moot point. 

The official story is laced with lie after lie after lie. 

As posted before, the initial CNN report indicated that the plane had issued an emergency call, and had suddenly lost airspeed before the descent. 

The White House had issued that weird statement that the crash was not caused by an act of terror before anyone supposedly knew what the cause was. 

The French reported finding the Digital Flight Recorder, then said it had not been found, then said they found the empty case, then revised that to say that the memory card had become dislodged. 

As documented below, Digital Flight Recorders do not have a single memory card that can be removed. 

The claim was made that Lubitz was breathing normally as heard on the cockpit voice recorder, yet cockpits are very noisy during flight, noisier than the cabin, in which the sound of normal breathing would be lost to the sounds of air streaming past the cockpit windows. 

The whole "locked out of the cockpit" story breaks down because there is a mechanism by which the crew can open the cockpit door from outside.

We are seeing another badly-organized "chase its own tail" botched propaganda effort to cover up something else. 

Maybe France is trying to protect the reputation of Airbus. 

Maybe Germany wants to protect the reputation of German airliners. 

Maybe we have another one of those getting-too-frequent accidental military shoot downs.

But what we clearly do NOT have coming from the government and media, is an accurate telling of what actually did happen!


"The reporting about the flight recorder. 

"In the beginning they said very quickly they found it but someone had removed the recording chips. 

"A day or two later they said: “No, no, we did not even find it. We are still looking for it.” And this is the case today, they have, officially, not found the flight recorder. 

"And here I ask myself: they found the voice recorder but not the flight recorder? These two parts are built into the plane very tightly next to each other … 

"So I ask myself, did they find it or not? Or, is it meant to not be found? That’s what irritates me with this Germanwings story that they claim with ‘certainty’ with only a quarter of the data that they have the truth, insisting they know what happened. That is impossible.”"

Pilot Speaks on Germanwings | German Victims.

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AIRLINE pilots are secretly donning oxygen masks and ­issuing emergency warnings because of poisonous fumes seeping into passenger jets.

Captain John Hoyte 55 stopped flying in 2005 because he was so badly affected by fumesCaptain John Hoyte, 55, stopped flying in 2005 because he was so badly affected by fumes []
Potentially deadly incidents are being reported at the rate of at least one a week.
An official dossier reveals one captain collapsing and pilots feeling dizzy and vomiting.
At least 270 incidents have been reported to the Civil ­Aviation Authority since 2006, but campaigners claim the true ­figure could be 200 times higher because many pilots are too afraid to submit reports.
Air crew are regularly taken to hospital for post-flight checks, the CAA reports show.
Unknown to most passengers, toxic fumes, which leak into the plane’s air systems, frequently become so severe that crew have to wear oxygen masks.
The build-up of toxins in their bodies from constantly flying puts air crew at particular risk.
Captain John Hoyte, 55, stopped flying in 2005 because he was so badly affected by fumes.
An official dossier reveals one captain collapsing and pilots feeling dizzy and vomiting
He was suffering exposure to a dangerous organophosphate called TCP as well as brain cell death and memory problems.
Campaigners believe governments and airlines are suppressing the scale of the problem in the same way the tobacco industry tried to hide the link between smoking and cancer.
There are regulations about air quality in cabins but no detection systems on commercial aircraft. Tristan Loraine, a former British Airways pilot, told the Sunday Express: “If there were, they’d be going off all the time and it would cause chaos.”
Another former pilot, Susan Michaelis, who completed her PhD thesis on the subject last week, said profit was being placed above the health and safety of passengers and crews.
“Crews and passengers breathing contaminated air are exposed to serious in-flight safety hazards with potential adverse health affects,” her study said.
She told the Sunday Express: “This issue is massive and everything is being done to try and ­distort its true scale.”
Since the Sixties, air enters the cabin via a “bleed”, or pipe, from the jet engines. Any oil leak in the engine means fumes can seep into the cabin unfiltered.
Pilots and crew are most directly affected at the front of the plane but passengers also often smell fumes. The CAA ­dossier reveals the dangers.
In June 2009, fumes entered the cockpit of a De Havilland 8 on its descent into Gatwick.
The incident report stated: “The captain became affected very quickly. Oxygen was used, resulting in the captain feeling better, but he deteriorated quickly again when oxygen was removed. After landing he collapsed in the galley.”
Three days later, as a Boeing 757 was about to land at Cardiff, flight crew again donned masks due to “noxious” fumes.
In January last year, a Boeing 757 made an emergency descent from 36,000ft after oil fumes forced pilots to use oxygen.
In December 2008, crew on a British airline’s Airbus 340 over Miami began vomiting and were given oxygen.
The CAA report states that a doctor on board said the symptoms were “commensurate with a respiratory condition”.
Ministers in the last Labour government were briefed on the problem three years ago and, according to a senior Whitehall source, were told it was being “hyped up” by a “small group of conspiracy theorists”.
However, the ministers got a handful of airlines to agree to tests being conducted by experts at Cranfield University.
Their report was completed last year but the Department for Transport is yet to publish it.
Dr Michaelis believes it will be a whitewash and points to both her work and that of Norwegian scientists who took swab samples in a number of aircraft.
In work published two weeks ago, they found abnormal levels of a tricresyl phosphate (TCP), a organophosphate put in jet engine oil to boost performance.
Dr Michaelis said the problem arises when the engine oil is exposed to very high temperatures, which causes carbon monoxide and TCP to be released.Aircraft that have been most susceptible to the problem, according to CAA reports, are British Aerospace 146, and Boeing’s 757 and 737.
Boeing’s latest plane, the 787 Dreamliner solves the problem by re-directing air sources away from possible engine oil leaks.
Experts believe that is the way the industry must move but, until then, on-board detection systems should be mandatory. In a ­forthcoming television documentary, Broken Wings, aviation expert David Learmount says: “For years, the tobacco industry was able to deny a connection between smoking and lung cancer. In the end the courts proved there was.
“Both industries traded people’s health and safety for profit and now the aviation industry is at the end of its tobacco road.”
However, other industry experts say the number of reported incidents is tiny compared with the 1.2 million flights to and from the UK every year.
Aircraft manufacturers also insist their planes and breathing systems are safe.
Transport Secretary Theresa Villiers was a shadow minister when she said in 2008: “The Government’s dithering has put airline crews and passengers at risk.” However, last night a spokesman for her department said: “Cabin fume events are exceptionally rare and the research will help us to decide what action, if any, is necessary.”
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