By Paul Preston, Agenda 21 Radio, New StreaMedia News
THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY
Malasian Flight 370 was reported to have landed at Diego Garcia in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Sources have given exclusive information to Agenda 21 Radio and New StreaMedia News that Flight 370 landed Saturday morning March 8, 2014. Flight 370 was refueled, restrooms cleaned and more food and refreshments put on board. Sources told Agenda 21 Radio that 20 Chinese nationals were taken off the plane and cargo unloaded from the plane. The Chinese nationals were associated with the cargo. Flight 370 then departed Diego Garcia.
UPDATED MARCH 19, 2014 1:19 p.m. Pacific
According to sources there were no sightings of the passengers on board Flight 370 although the aircraft was prepared as if it had passengers on board.
CARGO, 20 CHINESE NATIONALS
As reported by Agenda 21 Radio on March 15, 2014 the cargo on board Flight 370 was first reported to be the same cargo that was missing from the Maersk-Alabama. On February 24, 2014 two former Navy Seals Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Keith Reynolds, 44 were found dead aboard the ship Maersk Alabama reportedly having died of respiratory failure and were suspected to have had heart attacks, possibly from drug use. They worked for the Virginia Beach, Virginia-based maritime security firm The Trident Group.
Sources confirm to Agenda 21 Radio and New StreaMedia News that the “highly suspicious” cargo load were assets the Chinese Government wanted and were diverting it to China on Flight 370 the cargo and 20 passengers associated with the cargo. Sources initially reported the cargo and passengers were associated with President Obama’s announcement to turn over the internet to the world community which in reality would be to give ultimate control of the internet to China. Sources now tell Agenda 21 Radio the cargo and 20 Chinese Nationals is associated with sophisticated stealth technology.
WHERE IS FLIGHT 370
It was reported to Agenda 21 Radio that Malasian Flight 370 left Diego Garcia and flew to Pakistan. Recent news reports confirm that many in the intelligence services suspect Flight 370 is on the ground in Pakistan. In an interview with Sean Hannity of Fox News, Retired Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney, now a contributor to the network, said his recommendation that the plane was in Taliban-controlled Pakistan was based on information from sources he was unwilling to disclose on television as well as the analysis of an intelligence service called LIGNET.