Thursday, April 3, 2014

Malaysian missing flight: passenger sends black photo with satellite location info: Diego García

A passenger of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370 has sent a completely black photo with a message and location data which is right by the Diego García airport. 

The passenger, Philip Wood, from the USA and working for IBM in Malaysia, sent a completely black photo with a short message and the Exif metadata, which reports the exact time and geographic coordinates (via GPS).

The coordinates are within two miles (3 km) of those of Diego García, as mapped by Google. Diego García is a key US military base already highly suspect of being the destination of the missing airplane

Exif data:

===> 7 18 58.30891" ==7316197
===72 25 35.55908 ==72426544

The message read:
I have been held hostage by unknown military personal after my flight was hijacked (blindfolded). I work for IBM and I have managed to hide my cellphone in my ass during the hijack. I have been separated from the rest of the passengers and I am in a cell. My name is Philip Wood. I think I have been drugged as well and cannot think clearly.

Intriguingly the IBM website does not list him at all, however his tragedy had been previously reported by the Los Angeles Times, mentioning him as working for IBM. Also the following image from his Linkedin profile reports him as IBM executive:

Most of the passengers in the kidnapped airplane were Chinese though. 

The exact reason why the airplane was kidnapped and the destiny of the other passengers remains a mystery to this day. But what seems growingly clear is that the flight was diverted to Diego García and that therefore the US Military is behind it.

Sources: Webguerrillero[es], Before It's News, Jim Stone Freelance (original source with plenty of details and a reasonable discussion on the credibility of the message and data).


  1. I know nothing about airplanes, but I have common sense know how to put information together. This is true. There are other 2 pieces of information that would match. First piece of information is that the airplane was seen escorted by 2 military jets (source: a CNN interview to the wife/partner of Philip Wood). Second piece, an interview to Daniel Estulin by a Spanish TV where he explains that there where 3 Chinese scientists on board that discovered/invented an amazing technology that would change the military (and our lives) in the near future. Third piece, if there is a military base in that area, why they didn't detected a jumbo flying so near them? It is obvious that there is somebody BIG that wants to hide information, so this hijacking by the US military story could make sense...

    1. As far as I know the number of Chinese researchers would be actually four. They have names (see: here). Each of them apparently has the 20% of the patent rights of certain semiconductor, with the rest belonging to the company they worked for: Freescale Semiconductors, located in Texas and allegedly owned by Jacob Rotschild. If they die, the patent would go to their employer in full.

      However I seriously question if such a convoluted kidnapping can be motivated by the mere intent of killing four patent-holders or even preventing them maybe from bringing their discovery to China. It would have been easier to get rid of them by whatever other means.

      Another rumor says that there was a biological weapon in the plane intended for Beijing and that, as the Chinese found out, they intended to divert the plane to Hainan, what was countered with this maneouver. This would be supported by the alleged flight of many top tier physicians to the island, totally unconfirmed.

      Again this seems inconsistent because the pilot had already planned to fly to DG and there is very little doubt therefore that he was involved in the hijacking. This was no improvisation but a plan organized from before.

      The big question is why: who they intended to kidnap or what they intended to appropriate? It seems a lot easier to kidnap someone on land, without the complication of 200+ passengers and whole airplane. So I would suspect that the airplane carried something very valuable but I have no idea of what it could be.

      But there no reasonable doubt that the flight was kidnapped and diverted to Diego García and that it landed there.

  2. Daniel Estulin's story about 3 Chinese scientists being on board that could be of special interest to any country, interview to Philip Wood's wife/partner by CNN saying that someone saw the jumbo being escorted by 2 military jets ...This image would confirm the kidnapping theory. And it makes sense. Now they are making us believe that they have detected the black box signals under the ocean... of course, what else can they say. Now that the batteries are about to exhaust batteries, this is the perfect end for the perfect kidnapping.

  3. Just found the interview with Sarah Bajc and wrote a short new entry on it (video included), which also recapitulates on the various entries posted before in this blog:



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