We happen to live in the flight path to the Pittsburgh Airport. The sky has settled down with the ending of the G-20 held in the city these past few days.
The land perimeter around Area G-20 was guarded by several miles in an attempt to thwart any terrorist attack and yet aircraft was a buzzing for days.
Surely surveillance photos were taken from miles away with accurate map tracking data that shows routes taken by planes with blocked tail numbers and no official destinations.
When military or defense-industry workers, managers, and trade journalists speak about the “black world” (and they really do use that phrase), they’re referring to all of the programs, projects, people, and places involved with highly secret military programs paid for out of the “black budget” – the portion of the defense budget classified from the public. Some of these “black” programs are so highly classified their very existence is a state secret. For public purposes, they “do not exist.” And the totality of these “black” programs is what defense-insiders are talking about when they refer to the “black world.”http://vectors.usc.edu/issues/4/trevorpaglen/
In the non White World- that is the world, exposed and paid for with no racial tendency the photo shows:
G-20 leaders and summit attendees pose for a group photo during the G-20 summit, Friday, Sept. 25, 2009 in Pittsburgh. They are, from left to right from front to back; South African President Kgalema Motlanthe, South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula de Silva, President Barack Obama, Chinese President Hu Jintao, Mexican President Felipe Calderon, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Canadian Prime Minister Steven Harper, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, Sweden Prime Minister John Fredrik Reinfeldt, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, United Kingdom Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Indian Prime Minister Mommohan Singh, Dutch Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, EU President Jose Manuel Barroso, Singapore Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Bejjajiba represent ASEAN, Managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Director General of the ILO Juan Somavia, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, World Bank President Robert Zoellick, Secretary General of the OECD Angel Gurria, World Trade Organization Director General Pascal Lamy, Governor of the Banca d’Italia Mario Draghi representing the Financial Stability Board.
(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Sean Kilpatrick)
Pittsburgh for all intents and purposes was closed to the world for the last few days. In order to enter downtown, residents had to meet certain criteria:
Residents must submit a driver’s license with a downtown address (they will not need to provide vehicle registration). http://kdka.com/local/g20/g20.transportation.plan.2.1184577.html
- If you do not have a downtown address, you must contact public safety to make arrangements
- Motorcycles have same requirements as cars
- Guests of residents will not be able to enter
If you were a downtown resident living within the Secret Service perimeter, you were unable to access parking within the area. Pittsburgh police will work with those people to come up with an alternate plan. http://kdka.com/local/g20/g20.transportation.plan.2.1184577.html
Basically if you live within the Secret Service perimeter, the going got a little tough. Looking up in the sky though- I thought I might live near Groom Lake. All day- for days, the buzz of low flying vehicles passed over our property causing the dogs to go nuts and the children and adults to peek outside to see what the commotion was about.
The 54 government planes that arrived at Pittsburgh International Airport on Wednesday and Thursday for the Group of 20 summit will generate at least $400,000 for the airport through various fees and charges, an airport spokeswoman said..Commercial traffic also was expected to be busy later today and again tomorrow, as thousands of journalists and others who flocked to the region for the summit return home today.http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/pittsburgh/s_644947.html
I swear every visitor and pertinent member of the G-20 flew over our house and was preceded by Men In Black Helicopters. Lots of noise, flying low, no id markers. From Helicopters, to little 2 seaters, to whopper 747’s at low altitude did a buzz over our residence.
To ensure the airspace is secure during this event, airspace restrictions will be in place around Pittsburgh. The restrictions are designed to provide a safe and secure environment for the G-20 Summit, but also ensure fair and equitable access to all airspace users, to the greatest extent possible. The restrictions will allow commercial flight operations to continue and are designed to minimize the impact on private pilots.http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?ContentBlockID=19d07d84-4924-47a3-9ac0-b2c486f4c753
All aircraft entering or exiting the outer ring must remain in two-way radio communications with ATC, be on an active IFR or VFR flight plan with a discrete beacon code assigned by ATC. Aircraft must be squawking the discrete code at all times while in the TFR. Operations are limited to aircraft arriving or departing local airports, ATC may authorize transit operations with United States Secret Service approval. Aircraft may not loiter. No VFR general aviation over flights will be authorized. Both the outer and inner core extend to FL180.
North Central West Virginia Airport (KCKB) in Clarksburg, WV, has been designated as a gateway airport during the G20 Summit to accommodate aircraft arriving into Pittsburgh International Airport (KPIT) and Allegheny County Airport (KAGC). Aircraft must register for gateway access at least 96 hours prior to the planned flight.http://www.aero-news.net/index.cfm?ContentBlockID=19d07d84-4924-47a3-9ac0-b2c486f4c753
Funny thing is, we happen to have what you would call a field airport in our backyard. No 747 is ever going to land successfully- but plenty of small crafts and helicopters have managed just fine over the years. KAGC is hardly a secure landing for the President or a flea on a camel’s ass- yet from where we live- there were a plenty of aircraft flying VFR- visual flight reference.
We were truly humbled looking up. The men and women who nary give thought to the privilege of flight or the days of the Wright Brothers were flying over our home- destined to impact our future. To think that World Trade Organization Director General Pascal Lamy may have flown over our home, makes me wonder if any of the powers that be he ever bothered looked down to see the work of the farmers below, the rust of the steel mills, or the thousands that could be harmed by the U.N. support of H1N1 vaccines. As for the media who focus on leaders rather than the people they lead- I would imagine that it was just another day on the job.
Looking up I recall …
“The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope,” by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Teilhard_de_Chardin
President Obama said that G-20 leaders would spare no effort to reach a http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090925/ap_on_bi_ge/g20_summit.agreement at an international gathering later this year in Copenhagen. Summit leaders agreed to a bid by Obama to reduce for fossil fuels such as oil and coal that contribute to global warming.
I wonder if anyone travelling to the G-20 Summit exceeded their carbon credits -let alone the chemtrails and contrails left behind? I know for sure my SUV burns less fuel than Pelosi’s jet.
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