Freescale Semiconductor and Flight MH370

Freescale Semiconductor is an Austin, Texas-based technology firm. 20 employees of the semi-conductor manufacturing firm, which develops components for hi-tech weapons systems and aircraft navigation among other things, were on board the missing Malaysian passenger jet. Freescale Semiconductor has been developing microprocessors, sensors and other technology for the past 50 years. The technology it creates is commonly referred to as embedded processors, which according to the firm are “standalone semiconductors that perform dedicated computing functions in electronic systems”.

Freescale Semiconductor Employees Confirmed Passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mar. 8, 2014– Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) has confirmed that 20 of its employees were confirmed passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Twelve are from Malaysia and eight are from China. The entire Freescale Semiconductor community is deeply saddened by this news. The company is continuing to monitor the situation and will provide more information as it becomes available.

Passenger Manifest

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Boeing wins patent on uninterruptible autopilot system
Published 4 December 2006
New technology can be activated by the pilots, government agencies, even on-board sensors; not even a tortured pilot can give up control; dedicated electrical circuits ensure the system’s total independence

Boeing responded appropriately in their 3 March, 2007 announcement in London, UK that Boeing did have BOEING UNINTERRUPTIBLE AUTOPILOTS deployed.

Four days after the flight disappeared, semiconductor patent US 8650327 B2 was approved; it was for a processor with programmable virtual ports. The.patent was divided in parts of 20% between five starters. One of the owners is the company itself, Freescale Semiconductor from Austin, Texas, and the other four Chinese owners of the company: Peidong Wang, Zhijun Chen, Cheng and Li Ying Zhijong, all of the Suzhou City. Coincidentally, they were all passengers on the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared on March 8, according Eternity.”

It adds: If four of the five patentees die, then the patentee left alive gets 100% of the patent. That remaining patent holder is the company Freescale Semiconductor. Guess who owns Freescale Semiconductor? The majority owner is Blackstone Group, which is owned by Jacob Rothschild. The next top shareholder include the Carlyle Group, who’s past advisors have included George Bush Sr, Jr and Jeb, Don Rumsfeld, Dick Cheney, James Baker, Ken Starr, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Oliver North, Salem bin Laden, Prince Bandar bin Sultan and former British Prime Minister John Major. TPG Capital (formerly Texas Pacific Group), is number third, they are one of the largest private equity investment firms globally.

Military intelligence is heavily involved in Malaysia Airlines 370, but contradicting itself and denying the public from needed information, thus increasing speculations officials are unauthorized by the military to disclose the craft’s whereabouts and intel by 25 high-tech passengers, employed by five major defense contractor technology companies, was likely valued enough to seize the plane. One means an aircraft can seemingly vanish is with hi-tech military electronic weaponry (EW) designed specifically to “disappear” crafts. U.S. and Chinese military boast of having this capacity. The US has used it elsewhere.

Two Chinese companies represented on the plane’s manifest list are declared U.S. national security risk due to its spying with backdoor computer technology. Congress ousted them from business in the U.S. and warned American companies to halt busines with them, only two of five such companies tight with military.

Austin-based Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) launched a major initiative dedicated to serving RF power needs of U.S. aerospace and defense (A&D) sector. It has a team of specialists dedicated to supporting defense customers.

Blackstone Group
Lord Jacob Rothschild is a Member of the International Advisory Board.

Thu, 14 September 2006
Freescale Semiconductor Reaches Agreement with Private Equity Consortium in $17.6 Billion Transaction; Freescale Stockholders Offered $40 per Share in Cash
Austin, Texas – Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. (NYSE: FSL) (NYSE: FSL.B), a global leader in the design and manufacture of embedded semiconductors for wireless, networking, automotive, consumer and industrial markets, announced today that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by a private equity consortium in a transaction with a total equity value of $17.6 billion. The consortium is led by The Blackstone Group, and includes The Carlyle Group, Permira Funds and Texas Pacific Group.

In 2006, a consortium led by Blackstone and including the Carlyle Group, Permira and the TPG Capital completed the $17.6 billion takeover of the semiconductor company. At the time of its announcement, Freescale would be the largest leveraged buyout of a technology company ever, surpassing the 2005 buyout of SunGard. The buyers were forced to pay an extra $800 million because KKR made a last minute bid as the original deal was about to be signed. Shortly after the deal closed in late 2006, cell phone sales at Motorola Corp., Freescale’s former corporate parent and a major customer, began dropping sharply. In addition, in the recession of 2008–2009, Freescale’s chip sales to automakers fell off, and the company came under great financial strain.

Blackstone Acquires Debt on 7 World Trade Center
New York, NY – October 17, 2000: Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, the global real estate investment and management arm of The Blackstone Group, L.P., announced today that it has purchased, from Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association, the participating mortgage secured by 7 World Trade Center, a commercial office complex controlled by real estate developer Larry Silverstein. Located in downtown Manhattan, 7 World Trade Center is a 47 story, Class A, office tower containing 2 million square feet of office space. The property, which is 100% occupied, houses some of Manhattan’s premier companies including Salomon Smith Barney, Hartford Fire Insurance, American Express and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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