By Shepard Ambellas
Missile attack had motive, some say
Shockingly, up to 108 AIDS researchers and activists who were traveling aboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 on their way to Australia for the 20th annual AIDS conference may have been targeted, as some question what business the Malaysian government’s Rothschild sponsored airline is really in.
Moreover, the decimation of MH17 marks the second event in months, involving not only Malaysian Airlines itself, but the disappearance of many very important and high-profile individuals. In fact, most recently with the death of the World Health Organization’s Glenn Thomas, also believed to be on board MH17, who may have had advanced knowledge of an impending H1N1 pandemic which the U.S. Department of Defense has geared-up for by ordering mass quantities of injectable influenza vaccines to be delivered by August 29, 2014.
Karen Weintraub writing for USA Today reported:
“There’s been confirmed a number of senior people who were coming out here who were researchers, who were medical scientists, doctors, people who’ve been to the forefront of dealing with AIDS across the world,” Victoria Premier Denis Napthine told reporters in Melbourne on Friday. “The exact number is not yet known, but there is no doubt it’s a substantial number.”
“At this incredibly sad and sensitive time the IAS stands with our international family and sends condolences to the loved ones of those who have been lost to this tragedy,” the statement said.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that among the dead are researcher Joep Lange, of the University of Amsterdam, and World Health Organization spokesman Glenn Thomas.
The International Business Times reported:
Rothschild family reportedly owns the Malaysian Central Bank which has significant investments in Malaysian government and Malaysian Airlines.
Minute’s silence held in Melbourne for over 100 AIDS conference delegates killed on board doomed MH17 — Daily Mail
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