Episode #27 – SUNDAY WIRE: ‘Zombie Airplanes: The MH370 and 9/11′ with guests Field McConnell and Basil Valentine

Episode #27 of The Sunday Wire Radio Show with host Patrick Henningsen resumes this Sunday March 30, 2014 with 3 hours of power-packed talk radio broadcast live on GMN

SUNDAY-WIRE-web-small-150x150This week’s theme: “Zombie Airplanes: The MH370 and 9/11 Connection”

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This week THE SUNDAY WIRE covers the hottest news stories of the week including Obama’s recharged KONY 2014, Turkey’s False Flag plot exposed and NATO’s plans for Syria this summer. Later we are joined by joined by very special guest former US Marine, pilot and aviation expert Field McConnell to discuss what really happened to the missing Malaysian Flight MH370 and its connection to 9/11 and reveal the secrets behind remote control technologies used on the Boeing 777. In the final hour we’ll visit Basil Valentine in the final leg of his US tour, leaving Las Vegas, for the sunny shores of California – in his search for the true heart and soul of America.

Strap yourselves in and lower the blast shield - this is your brave new world…






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  • Kenneth Woosley

    The true heart and soul of America is damn sure not in California. I haven’t seen nothing but POS there so far they are to scared to stand up for themselves, so the real heart and soul of America is where we fight to be ourselves and not cave to the corrupt politicians. Like that P O S Nastilosi

  • John

    One of the alleged “secrets of remote control” that the guest has repeatedly referred to is a solid state gyroscopic sensor called the QRS-11. It provides angular momentum information like a regular avionic gyroscope, but is far more rugged and reliable. Otherwise, there is nothing special about it.

    http://www.systron.com/gyroscopes/qrs11-single-axis-analog-gyroscope

    Boeing got into hot water with the State Dept. back in 2005 for selling commercial planes equipped with this sensor, which at the time was a restricted item.

    http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2002359561_boeingqrs06.html

    However, the claim that the device “provides stabilization, flight control, and guidance” and the implication that any aircraft using this sensor can therefore be remotely controlled is simply not true.

    http://www.abeldanger.net/2010/01/qrs-11quartz-rate-sensor.html

    http://www.google.com/search?q=QRS-11+site:abeldanger.net

  • Predrag J. Maranovic

    Brilliant job.

  • Rogoraeck

    The MH370 should be renamed, “The Scarlet Pumpernickel”
    They seek him here….
    They seek him there….

  • splitpins

    Isn’t high tech a wonderful thing? An unmanned aircraft can find a target thousand of miles away yet it can’t find a manned aircraft that went missing. Are we expected to believe this?

  • Luis Peralta

    41:47 Sukhoi Superjet story seems like bullshit since the GPWS would have been rechecked during pre-flight checks. An illuminated fault light (annunciator light) would NOT have been missed by the crew…. sorry but total bullshit story.