By Euro Weekly News Media • 23 July 2015 • 10:55
100 SCIENTISTS: Were on board the ill-fated MH17 Malaysian airline brought down over Ukraine.
IN February I reflected on the mysterious deaths of 48 cutting edge bankers. These unfortunates had one thing in common; all were insiders in the West’s banking system. We now learn 74 NASA scientists have died in the last two years. All have been listed as accident or suicide. Only independently owned newspapers, of which there are few, cover these important stories. It seems there are so many bankers, and now NASA scientists, in American morgues there’s barely room for others who die in suspicious circumstances. I hope it is not whistle-blowing media columnists.When NASA scientist Alberto Behar died in a plane crash this January, they might just as well have engraved on his tombstone: ‘Here Lies Alberto Behar. RIP. No 74.’ The dead man was no ordinary scientist. He had helped prove there was once water on Mars. He was also at the sharp edge of research into robotic exploration in hostile environments.A flight instructor for fixed wing and helicopter aircraft, the weather was perfect. His aircraft, meticulously maintained, inexplicably started to lose altitude, Behar lost his life. The best in the business could not find a cause. When the ill-fated MH17 Malaysian Airline was brought down over Ukraine, there were an estimated 100 leading scientists on the aircraft. Headed for an AIDS issue related conference in Melbourne, it was said these scientists had the solution to the AIDS epidemic. As with cancer, diseases like AIDS and Ebola are worth billions to big pharma’s ‘curative’ industry. There are no profits in cures.Apparently, there is overwhelming evidence to suggest MH17 was brought down by a US dependent Ukrainian Air Force aircraft. Despite Washington DC and Kiev withholding information that would likely implicate them, the inquiry is ‘inconclusive.’ No surprises then.
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