Friday, November 06, 2015
Russian Flight 9268 ‘Blown Up by Altimeter Bomb’ In Luggage Cargo Hold, Operation Bojinka Plot to Follow?: Baggage handler at Sharm el-Sheikh international airport ‘could have smuggled bomb on board doomed Russian jet’. British and American intelligence officers believe Metrojet flight 9268 was downed by a bomb in its luggage hold as suspicion turns on staff at the Egyptian airport. Latest photographs of the wreckage of flight 9268 appear to show holes in the fuselage punched from the inside out, suggesting an explosion inside the Airbus A321. Internal components including part of a door also appear to have been peppered with shrapnel from inside the cabin. But unlike in the USA and UK, airport staff at Sharm el-Sheikh international airport have not previously been required to go through security, making them ideal candidates to smuggle bombs or other items onto aircraft.
Russian Flight 9268 ‘Blown Up by Altimeter Bomb’: BOMB IN LUGGAGE: ALTIMETER BOMB- Recent intelligence suggests Islamic Terrorists have expressed interest in obtaining Casio watches with an altimeter function to trigger a bomb at higher altitudes. Casio watches have been extensively used by Islamic Terrorists as timers for improvised explosive devices. ALTIMETER BOMB- barometric or altimeter triggering device, which are sensitive to high altitude atmospheric pressures, will move a diaphragm which pushes a switch connected to a battery and which by electric charge blasts the cap and detonates the bomb.
Russian news agency RIA Novosti has reported that France and the UK has decided to suspend all direct flights from France and the UK to Sharm el-Sheikh Airport. Britain could impose further travel restrictions on flights to and from destinations outside Egypt after the Foreign Secretary said there is a “significant possibility” that ISIS bombed the Russian plane. Sharm El Sheikh International Airport in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt where Russian Kogalymavia Flight 9268 originated has security problems. UK businesswoman Sylvia Tidy-Harris, a regular vistor to Sharm el-Sheikh Airport claimed terrorists would have no problems smuggling a bomb through the airport there as security was so poor, “Security is a joke”.
Operation Bojinka refers to a Al-Qaeda plot to destroy 11 airliners in mid air on January 21 and 22, 1995. Operation Bojinka was prevented on January 6 and 7, 1995, but some lessons learned were apparently used by the planners of the September 11 attacks. Is this going to be Operation Bojinka Part 2?
Newark Liberty International Airport: Murdering Islamic Radicals have for years been working on a massive bomb plot to take down multiple jets, most likely over the New York City area, all at the same time, creating chaos in the North East. Previous incarnations of this grandiose plot was the Al-Qaeda Project Bojinka a plot to take down 11 planes over the Pacific Ocean at the same time. The photo above depicts multiple flights coming out of Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, could these murdering Islamic radicals find a way to place 11 altimeter bombs on 11 passenger jets rigged to go off at 31,000 feet just like the Russian Flight 9268 and Pan Am 103? We never thought anyone would actually fly planes into buildings until September 11th, 2001.
Newark Liberty International Airport: I Witnessed Terrorist ‘Dry Run’ on US Airways Flight 2095 on 9/9/2013 Out of Newark as Memo Warns About Terrorist ‘Dry-Runs’ on Airplanes , See Photos above. On September 9th, 2013 I was on US Airways Flight 2095, a Airbus A321, out of Newark headed to Sarasota Fl with a stop and transfer in Charlotte NC. I was in seat 6B of the Airbus A321, seated directly in front of me were two Arab males in seats 5B and 5C, they were about 22 years old and 26 years old, the one seated to my left spent the whole time of the flight, about 1 hour and 50 minutes, making diagrams of the Airbus A321 cabin, one guy appeared to have a GPS unit, they were making note of where the plane was at certain times in the air with longitude and latitude coordinates, height. altitude, etc,, why? US Airways 2095 Aircraft Airbus A321 twin-jet A321/L Altitude Filed: 32,000 feet, see link for flight pattern https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AWE2095
The Airbus A320 family consists of short- to medium-range, narrow-body, commercial passenger twin-engine jet airliners manufactured by Airbus, the family includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321. The two Arab males were sitting in seats 5B and 5C directly in front of me on the the Airbus A321, we were on the left side of the Airbus A320 towards the front, just on the other side of the First Class part of the cabin, (SEE PHOTO ABOVE).
The two Arab males were acting suspicious all during the whole flight, they actually covered their mouths with their hands as they spoke, even though they were speaking Arabic. The US Airways Flight 2095 Airbus A321 out of Newark NJ that I was on in 2013 and which was under surveillance by the Arab males, is the same exact type of plane that went down yesterday in Egypt, Russian Flight 9268 Airbus A321.