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MALAYSIAN Airliner Found in Saudi Arabia? Hijacked by a PRINCE in Jeddah?

Expert aeronautic commentators have already stated that superpower States have the capability to locate any missing object, far smaller than an airplane, in record time.

The delay in announcing the finding of the missing Malaysian airliner was due to “sensitive” political negotiations and how to find a “face saving” alternative to the story.

And no, the parts located near the Australian south western sea do not belong to the missing airplane.

I recall that China declared, a day after the missing event, that the plane was most probably hijacked since it couldn’t detect anything in its airspace.

It is not possible that the airplane went out of sight from the largest US military airbase on an island in the Indian Ocean. It was headed toward Saudi Arabia.

And the US media shared in this disinformation for many days, showing parents crying for the missing relatives.

The missing Malaysian Airlines ‘Flight 370′ has been found by police in Saudi Arabia, bringing to an end a 12-day search for the Boeing 777.


PRINCESS URDUJA posted this March 21, 2014: (selected as one of the top posts for 3 days)

Prince Sahram Al-Sandshoo of Jeddah was arrested by local law enforcement agencies when the missing plane was discovered in his garden.

Suspicions were heightened when Al-Sandshoo placed an advert on eBay offering a ‘Used Boeing 777 Black Box Recorder’ for sale. The Saudi authorities immediately requested a search warrant to enter his 40-acre property on the outskirts of Jeddah, the city he has presided over for the past 43 years.

Al-Sandshoo is a world-renowned collector of aero-memorabilia, most famous for his acquisition of ‘Wright Flyer’, one of the earliest examples of an aircraft by the Wright brothers.

In a news conference the Malaysian Prime Minister, Perdana Menteri announced:

“We have finally located the missing aircraft in Saudi Arabia. The passengers are all OK and are in good spirits. Apparently the prince fed them a banquet of sheep testicles and wine. We are awfully sorry that we misplaced this aircraft, it’s a mistake anyone can make, we hope you understand. It’s been an unfortunate incident but we cannot be held responsible for thieves.”

Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, the CEO of Malaysian Airways, explained what was likely to have happened:

“Whilst we cannot preempt any investigation, what we can say is that the plane was probably stolen whilst in flight. It’s unlikely to have landed at an airport and then been stolen behind our backs.

We hear that Al-Sandshoo is an experienced pilot and most likely got into the cockpit by asking if he could have a go. We usually frown on this kind of thing, but if the man kept going on and on at the stewardesses, they probably would have allowed him to have a little go at flying  just to shut him up. We have the plane back now so no harm was done in the end.

We spoke to one of the passengers, Mrs Josie Kevin Taylor. “I’m appalled at the attitude of the people involved. I went away for what was supposed to be a holiday and ended up staring at camels all day in an Arab’s garden. How could they call it a garden anyway? It was just sand, no grass to be seen for miles. I’ll certainly be lodging a complaint with my travel agent in Slough when I get home and I won’t be using Malaysian Airlines again after this. I’ll tell you something else for free, I won’t be using these so-called search parties again either – twelve days it took them to find us, that’s ridiculous. It’s a jumbo jet, not a flippin’ missing watch.”

We have to hear from the thief Al-Sandshoo yet, as he is being kept away from the media by police.

We believe that the Boeing 777 was a plane missing from his collection and that was the motivation for the robbery. We hope to speak with the Prince over the next few days and will come back with more.

Caribbean Island of Saint Martin: Where all the mafias conglomerate…

The Island of Saint Martin is located between Cuba and Porto Rico. It is divided between:

1. The Netherlands side of the Far West type where all is permitted as long as you pay your taxes: Money white washing, gambling, prostitution, drug trafficking, off-shore financial multinationals… The American tourists land already drunk and intent on spending time in the Casinos of Samana

2. The French side where nothing is permitted and falling apart

After Fidel Castro of Cuba nationalized the US mafias casinos and hotels in 1960, Meyer Lansky and Lucky Luciano who “upgraded” the Cosa Nostra activities turned their businesses to the Caribbean Islands and transformed them into tourism and mafia destinations.

The CIA purpose was to never let Communism get any hold on these Islands and surround Cuba with “Capitalism” environment.

The port of Phillipsburg is the transit of cocaine destined to Florida

During the Cold War period, governments used and abused of the mafias and corruption was endemic in all these “Parliamentary Democracies“.

Max Weber described corruption an inherent plague in “Parliamentary Democracies” in order to allow only the “moderate factions” to win election.

In the 1990’s, the mafias from all over the world had a foot in Saint Martin and they were waging an all out wars against their governments.

Italy was crumbling under the bloody attacks and bombing of judges and political figures.

Russia was in the hands of oligarchs who bought for nothing State institutions

Columbia was at the mercy of Pablo Escobar

Peru was totally bought by the drug lords from its President Fujimori to its secret service chief Vladimiro Montesinos.

England was reeking under numerous scandals.

Globalization of mafia activities from Tokyo, Bogota, Marseilles, Naples, New York… were feeding corrupt financial multinationals with liquidity in order to stay afloat.

Roberto Saviano of “Gomorrah” and “Zero zero zero” claims that there is a direct link among the long financial crisis of Japan (1990), Russia (1990), Mexico (1994), Thailand (1997)… and the criminal organizations that went global.

Nothing has changed: Too much news coverage and counter laws, but corruption business cannot stop  as long as it is expensive to get elected and play politics

Note 1: David Defendi in “The Cleaners: Spies and crooks at the service of States”

Grandma Weddo: In Reine’s Organized Chaos

Why don’t we have eulogies in our culture?

For someone like me, who expresses herself through words, I need that sense of closure. So…

  posted this March 20, 2014

To Grandma Weddo

To grandma,
Who had the imagination to write a love story about the time when Charles de Gaulle saw her in her yellow dress in the town of Damour and fell in love with her.

But that she refused him and picked by grandpa instead. (And never let him forget this for the rest of his life)!

To grandma,
Who lived a life quiet. About the things she most wanted to talk about.

Oh she nagged about all sorts of crap. But kept silent when she saw the stupid bickering all around. Hoping each of her 10 kids and their spouses and 4-5 grandkids (on average) would resolve it on their own. Oh grandma, you should have spoken. You had so much to say!

To grandma,
Who was so rebellious in spirit that you’d have done wonders if you had been born at a different time. I sit and write this while unconsciously shaking hands with passersby who are here to pay their respect. And I wonder if any of us really knew you.

To grandma,
Who reminds me so much of myself. With her anxieties, her worries, her endless desire to be present. To be seen.

And yet she lived her whole life on the sidelines. Someone’s mother. Someone’s wife. Someone’s grandmother. Never her.

Even in death, one can’t be the center of attention.

So this one’s for you grandma.

Wish I could say this out loud. For now, this blog will have to do.

p.s. To answer the question you would definitely have asked: yes, we’ve eaten. We’ve had coffee. We’ve had a banana. No. We’re not going to starve.




March 2014

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