Solid Indication Suggests Airplane of Flight MH370 Was Intercepted During Nuclear Security Summit in the Netherlands

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Two days ago, March 24, JimStoneFreelance.com indicated that the airplane of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 may have been intercepted during the 2-day nuclear security summit in the Netherlands. The claim was made based upon local news reports in the Dutch media.

Later that day also French and Spanish media outlets reported the interception of flight UC 1503, a LAN cargo-plane that was headed for Amsterdam according to CNN. The alleged Boeing 777-F was intercepted by two F-16s of the Royal Dutch Air Force on Monday.

Before publishing the initial report by Jim Stone we, however, wanted some more solid indication that can support the assumption that Monday’s flight UC 1503 may have likely been Malaysia Airlines flight 370’s Boeing 777 that went missing on March the 8 of this month.

And we have indeed found that solid indication that we were looking for!

On the same day of the interception of the LAN cargo-plane, non-stop flight UC 1503 over the Netherlands which should have been headed to Frankfurt anyway (and NOT Amsterdam) since that is the registered flight schedule for this flight, ALL emergency response units and agencies in the Netherlands who were not immediately actively involved in the security of the nuclear security summit were ordered to turn off their radios (saved copy) that are connected to the C-2000 emergency and security radio communications network in the Netherlands.

The Dutch government ordered those who were not immediately involved in the security and emergency services for the nuclear security summit to turn off their radios in order to avoid the system to crash, allegedly because too many units (fire department, medical units,…) may only be listening in on the radio transmissions while they were merely on stand-by or not involved in the two-day security and emergency services at all.

Of course this official narrative is as preposterous as the search and rescue missions concerning flight MH370 and its official narratives in the Western media.

The fact that emergency and security units on stand-by or off-duty were not allowed to listen in on the radio communications of the 2-day summit not only serves as a solid indication that something larger was being anticipated, because there’s no legal or logical reason to justify such an order by the government. The order is highly irresponsible too for it would completely have disrupted the orderly execution of any emergency plan in case anything actually went wrong during the nuclear summit in the Netherlands.

The order to shut off radio communications during a high-level event is a major breach of the activated security plans and may have resulted in a true disaster when something, like a staged attack by the 9/11-3/11 agencies and government operatives, went live.

Once Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was hijacked and flown to Diego Garcia, where the on-board-engineers were debriefed, the plane may have easily been given a new coat of paint and some cool LAN Cargo stickers in the last two weeks in preparation for its nuclear summit mission in the Netherlands. It would be the perfect way to get rid of the airplane and all evidence linking it to flight 370. When it crashed and blew up in the Netherlands there would be no way to ever credibly prove that flight UC 1503 was not flight MH370 because just like on 9/11 all evidence would have been hauled away immediately.

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