Amsterdam plane hijacking?
You might want to look deeper into the stories that came out today about a “false alarm” airplane hijacking at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport. I live in Amsterdam, and we got phone alerts around 7:30pm about a serious situation on an airplane at Schiphol that might put citizens in the surrounding areas in danger. It said that the situation started a little after 7pm. Then around 8:30 they said it was a possible hijacking. It took until after 9pm before the news reports said everyone was safe—nothing to see here. That was only after they say they evacuated a whole terminal and the Air Europe flight in question.
Then the story started to change. The non-Dutch press started to say it was a “false alarm” and the pilot “pushed the wrong button.” If it was just a simple press of the wrong button, why did it take two hours for them to say everything is safe again? Why evacuate the whole airport terminal and bring in masses of emergency vehicles?
The stories also started to move the times of the events. I’ve seen reports say everything started after 7:30pm, or even 8, but if that were true, we would not be getting text alerts on our phones at 7:30. The resolution time was also moved up to 8-8:30, which makes it sound more plausible as a false alarm if it only took 30 minutes or so to clear up. But if it was resolved so quickly, the local news outlets wouldn’t have waited until 9pm to let people know.
The emergency level they declared around this was pretty serious. It’s not something that people would have ignored or taken lightly. It would have been important to let people know that things were alright again as soon as possible. And I guess it also worked to keep people away from the airport.
This reminds me of those stories of people being secretly extradited through the Denver and New Jersey airports after reported fires and power outages that mysteriously took out all their backup power options. I don’t have any concrete evidence that anything fishy was going on here, but it just seemed pretty suspicious.
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Thanks for the information. It may have something to do with the Dutch royal family who were involved in the Malaysian Air 370/17 crime. I will make inquiries.