EXTRAORDINARY PLANE COLLISION NEARLY KILLS A ROTHSCHILD ON THEIR OWN MANOR. MESSAGE TO EUGENICIST GLOBALITS FROM UK MILITARY AND IC COMMUNITY? OR WAS GOD AT WORK IN UNLIKELY SEQUENCE OF EVENTS?

November 18, 2017

A member of the Rothschild family, which is at the epicentre of a UK network of eugenicist Globalists including Boris Johnson, narrowly escaped death yesterday, Friday, when a plane crashed on the spot where she had been picking plants close to the Rothschild manor in Waddesdon.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/17/aylesbury-mid-air-crash-fatalities-feared-afteraircraft-helicopter/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5093089/Helicopter-plane-crash-mid-air-collision.html

The Telegaph does not give the name of the female Rothschild family member, but it may even have been Lynn de Rothschild, wife of the manor’s owner Jacob de Rothschild, close friend of Prince Charles, who nearly found herself face to face with her Maker yesterday in the middle of serene Buckinghamshire countryside.

She is quoted as saying she had been in the same place in the woodland five minutes before debris fell on the exact spot from an aircraft collision that left four dead.

A helicopter and a light aircraft collided over the Rothschild manor and its wood shortly after the air traffic control services closed for 30 minutes due to staff shortages, reports The Telegraph.

“A Notice to Airmen was previously issued to warn pilots the air field’s air traffic control services would be closed during three 30-minute periods on selected days between November 7-30 due to a “staff shortage”.

 The crash occurred around half an hour  after the latest closure was due to end,” says The Telegraph.

That is to say, the crash occurred around the same time as the closure started, and the shut down may have contributed to the crash.

Have the UK military and IC community decided to send the Rothschilds a clear message that they are living dangerously as scientists warn that the black plague could spread to the UK?

Or was the finger of God at work in organizing an unlikely set of circumstances to nearly fell a Rothschild picking plants in their own woods, and perhaps as relaxation from the, no doubt, arduous task of trying to wipe out humanity  using diseases to set up a One Word Government? 

This blogger will never know. Fact is  a truly extraordinary sequence of events nearly led to the demise of a Rothschild on their own estate, where they surely fancy themselves untouchable, out of the blue.

Photos show the autumnal woodland at the scene of the crash  or near death site shrouded in a fitting show of mist and rain.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/countryside/9017859/Lord-Rothschild-My-manor-from-heaven.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5093089/Helicopter-plane-crash-mid-air-collision.html

From The Telegraph

Aylesbury mid-air crash: Four dead as plane and helicopter wreckage lands near Rothschild manor house

By Patrick Sawer, senior reporter  Nicola Harley
17 NOVEMBER 2017 • 7:52PM
Four people have been killed in a mid-air collision between a helicopter and light aircraft flying from an airfield where air traffic control had been shut due to “staff shortages”.

Wreckage from the aircraft tumbled from the sky and landed just over a mile from the former home of the Rothschild banking family at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, yesterday lunchtime.

 

A member of the Rothschild family said the collision missed her by five minutes.

The woman, who did not want her full name published, said she heard a loud bang while she was driving her car to a dog grooming event, near Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire.

Just five minutes earlier she had been picking a plant in the Wilderness Woods, the scene of the crash site, on the Waddesdon Estate.

Members of the Rothschild reported hearing a “loud bang” and a plume of smoke could be seen above trees.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/17/aylesbury-mid-air-crash-fatalities-feared-afteraircraft-helicopter/


French national died on Madagascar of puzzling new respiratory strain, which was not plague, says his wife

November 18, 2017

The wife of French national Philippe Rahon who died on Madagascar has said that he did not die of the plague as claimed, fueling questions about a new strain.

http://www.lexpressmada.com/blog/actualites/madagascar-mon-mari-nest-pas-mort-de-la-peste/

Pascale said that only one of the three of the tests performed on her husband was positive for the plague.

She criticized doctors for refusing to give him a plague test when they went to hospital where he had to be placed on respirator.

Plague can still easily be treated with antibiotics if it is detected on time.

He was placed in quarantine and deteriorated rapidly. His wife had to take his body herself to the morgue, risking her infection.

WHO itself is reporting that he last case of bubonic plague was on 29 October and the last confirmed case of pneumonic plague was reported on 6 November, raising the question of just what infection or strain has been killing people since.

https://reliefweb.int/report/madagascar/madagascar-plague-outbreak-external-situation-report-11-17-november-2017


UK Big Pharma boss starts media campaign for plague and other infectious disease vaccines

November 18, 2017

Erik Nordkamp, the boss of Pfizer in the UK, has published an article in The Telegraph calling for preventative vaccines against infectious diseases like the plague.

He uses antibiotic resistance as a pretext to call for untested, and possibly even more dangerous vaccines.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/11/17/vaccination-education-key-relying-less-finite-antibiotics/


Not possible to eradicate plague, say scientists

November 18, 2017

From The Daily Mail

‘It’s not possible to eradicate plague’: Scientists warn deadly disease will ravage the planet for ETERNITY as Madagascar’s ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ continues to escalate

World Health Organization data shows 2,119 people have now been infected

Scientists are worried the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ has reached ‘crisis’ point

Ten countries have been placed on high alert as experts fear it will reach Africa

Other scientists fear this year’s outbreak will reach well beyond mainland Africa

Two thirds of all the cases have been caused by the airborne pneumonic plague

This can spread through coughing, sneezing or spitting and kill within 24 hours
By STEPHEN MATTHEWS FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 15:05 GMT, 17 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:07 GMT, 17 November 2017

The deadly plague will never be eradicated, scientists have warned amid fears the situation in Madagascar is spiralling out of control.

At least 171 people have died in the country off the coast of Africa’s ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ and 2,119 have been infected, World Health Organization figures show.

International aid workers are desperately battling to contain the ‘crisis’, which has prompted 10 nearby African countries to be placed on high alert by the WHO.

Professor Allen Cheng, an infectious disease expert at Monash University, warned of the dangers of the plague and said this year’s outbreak has been ‘unusual’ – because it is airborne.

He wrote in a piece for The Conversation: ‘It’s not possible to eradicate plague, as it is widespread in wildlife rodents outside the sphere of human influence.’

Plague, caused by the Yersina pestis bacteria, killed hundreds of millions of people in three devastating outbreaks, including the Plague of Justinian in the 6th century.

It is easily treated with antibiotics in the current climate – however, experts are still concerned it will cause eternal havoc because it is constantly mutating.

Kyle Harper, a professor of classics and letters at the University of Oklahoma, said biological evolution is ‘cunning and dangerous’.

More than 2,000 cases have now been reported in Madagascar, health chiefs have revealed, as 10 nearby nations have been placed on high alert +11
More than 2,000 cases have now been reported in Madagascar, health chiefs have revealed, as 10 nearby nations have been placed on high alert

Professor Harper, author of The Fate of Rome: Climate, Disease, and the End of an Empire, told Project Syndicate: ‘There still is no vaccine; while antibiotics are effective if administered early, the threat of antimicrobial resistance is real.

‘That may be the deepest lesson from the long history of this scourge. Biological evolution is cunning and dangerous.

‘Small mutations can alter a pathogen’s virulence or its efficiency of transmission, and evolution is relentless.

‘We may have the upper hand over plague today, despite the headlines in East Africa.

‘But our long history with the disease demonstrates that our control over it is tenuous, and likely to be transient – and that threats to public health anywhere are threats to public health everywhere.’

Two thirds of cases in Madagascar have been caused by pneumonic plague, which can be spread through coughing, sneezing or spitting and kill within 24 hours.

It is strikingly different to the bubonic form, responsible for the ‘Black Death’ in the 14th century, which rocks the country each year and infects around 600 people.

Others worry it will eventually hit the US, Europe and Britain, leaving millions more vulnerable due to how quick it can spread through populations.

And with the plague season expected to run until April, scientists believe there will be another spike of cases in the coming months.

Scores of doctors and nurses have already been struck down with the disease, and there are growing fears hospitals will be unable to cope if it continues its rampage.

But local officials are adamant the outbreak is slowing down as the number of new cases is on the decline.

Scientists are growing increasingly concerned this year’s outbreak has reached ‘crisis’ point +11
Scientists are growing increasingly concerned this year’s outbreak has reached ‘crisis’ point

Malawi was added to the growing list of nations placed urged to brace for a potential outbreak last weekend, becoming the tenth.

South Africa, Seychelles, La Reunion, Tanzania, Mauritius, Comoros, Mozambique, Kenya and Ethiopia have already been told to prepare.

Paul Hunter, professor of health protection at the world-renowned University of East Anglia, was the first expert to predict the plague could travel across the sea.

He previously told MailOnline: ‘The big anxiety is it could spread to mainland Africa, it’s not probable, but certainly possible, that might then be difficult to control.

‘If we don’t carry on doing stuff here, at one point something will happen and it will get out of our control and cause huge devastation all around the world.’

Adding to the fears, he has previously warned there is a risk the disease could spread ‘globally’.

Officials in Madagascar have warned residents not to exhume bodies of dead loved ones and dance with them because the bizarre ritual can cause outbreaks of plague  +11
Officials in Madagascar have warned residents not to exhume bodies of dead loved ones and dance with them because the bizarre ritual can cause outbreaks of plague

International agencies have so far sent more than one million doses of antibiotics to Madagascar. Nearly 20,000 respiratory masks have also been donated +11
International agencies have so far sent more than one million doses of antibiotics to Madagascar. Nearly 20,000 respiratory masks have also been donated

However, he was adamant that it would be easy for an economically developed country to contain the treatable disease in its current form.

Professor Hunter’s concerns echoed that of dozens of leading scientists, many of whom have predicted the ‘truly unprecedented’ outbreak will continue to spiral.

Professor Jimmy Whitworth, an international health scientist at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, described it as the worst outbreak in 50 years.

And Professor Johnjoe McFadden, a molecular geneticist at Surrey University, said that the plague is ‘scary’ and is predominantly a ‘disease of the poor’.

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline two weeks ago, he also said: ‘It’s a crisis at the moment and we don’t know how bad it’s going to get.’

Professor McFadden added: ‘It’s a terrible disease. It’s broadly caused more deaths of humans than anything else, it’s a very deadly pathogen.

‘It is a disease of poverty where humans are being forced to live very close to rats and usually means poor sewage and poor living conditions.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5092293/It-s-not-possible-eradicate-plague-scientists-warn.html#ixzz4ymoSyj1A
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Monkeypox outbreak in Africa may also be bioterrorist act

November 17, 2017

An newoutbreak of monkeypox in Africa has all the typical hallmarks of a bioterrorist attack.  For one thing, modifying animal viruses to infect humans is a key approach of modern biowarfare.

“Much like the naturally occurring West Nile and Ebola viruses, animal viruses could potentially be genetically modified and developed to infect humans as a potent biowarfare tactic.”

http://dujs.dartmouth.edu/2013/03/genetically-engineered-bioweapons-a-new-breed-of-weapons-for-modern-warfare/#.Wg7YjVu0OLk

 One of the two experts quoted in an NPR article below is a US bioweapons scientist from the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.

Monkeypox On The Rise: How Worried Should We Be?
November 16, 20174:51 PM ET
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MICHAELEEN DOUCLEFF
Earlier this month, the Washington Post ran a big, feature about a seemingly scary disease, called monkeypox.

“It kills up to 1 in 10 of its victims, similar to pneumonic plague, and is particularly dangerous in children,” the story observes at the beginning.

Plus, the virus appears to be on rise.

“Since 1970, 10 countries in Africa have had at least one recorded human case of monkeypox,” the story says. A map shows the disease popping up across countries in West and Central Africa, including the Congo Republic, where the story takes place. The country is fighting an outbreak with 88 cases and six deaths, the World Health Organization says.

The story chronicles a thrilling hunt to find the source of monkeypox: Is it a giant pouched rat? An African brush-tailed porcupine?

And it put monkeypox at the forefront of national media. Even Fox News picked up on the idea and ran a segment entitled: “Monkeypox & Black Death Plague Resurface,” read a headline for a Tucker Carlson segment. “It could reach this country before we know it’s coming,” Carlson said.

There’s no question monkeypox can be a serious disease. It causes a fever, and a rash, which can turn into painful, fluid-filled blisters on the face, hands and feet.

But here at Goats and Soda, we wanted to know more. Where on Earth does this virus come from? And how dangerous is it compared to other threats, like Ebola or H7N9 bird flu?

To get the lowdown, we talked to two monkeypox experts: Anne Rimoin at the University of California, Los Angeles, who has studied monkeypox in the Democratic Republic of Congo for 15 years; and Jay Hooper at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, who is working to develop a better monkeypox vaccine.

https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/11/16/564357363/monkeypox-on-the-rise-how-worried-should-we-be


Madagascar death toll rises to 171 as experts fear the plague will become resistant to antibiotics and reach US, Europe and Britain

November 17, 2017

From The Daily Mail

Madagascar plague death toll rises to 171 with a 4% jump in cases as experts fear the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ WILL become resistant to antibiotics and reach US, Europe and Britain
World Health Organization data shows 2,119 people have now been infected
Scientists are worried the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ has reached ‘crisis’ point
Ten countries have been placed on high alert as experts fear it will reach Africa
Other scientists fear this year’s outbreak will reach well beyond mainland Africa
Two thirds of all the cases have been caused by the airborne pneumonic plague
This can spread through coughing, sneezing or spitting and kill within 24 hours
By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 10:37 GMT, 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:48 GMT, 16 November 2017
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The deadly plague outbreak in Madagascar is rapidly spiralling out of control as 171 people have now lost their lives, official figures reveal.

World Health Organization data also shows the ‘medieval disease’ has infected 2,119 in the country off the coast of Africa – a four per cent jump in a handful of days.

The ‘crisis’ has prompted ten African countries to be placed on high alert, with the WHO ordering nine to step up preparations.

Experts fear the plague, which strikes Madagascar every year, will inevitably become resistant to antibiotics and mutate and become untreatable.

Others worry it will eventually hit the US, Europe and Britain, leaving millions more vulnerable due to how quick it can spread through populations.

And with the plague season expected to run until April, scientists believe there will be another spike of cases in the coming months.

Scores of doctors and nurses have already been struck down with the disease, and there are growing fears hospitals will be unable to cope if it continues its rampage.

But local officials are adamant the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ is slowing down as the number of new cases is on the decline.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5088307/Madagascar-plague-death-toll-rises-171.html#ixzz4ygxbqTOL
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Let’s live with the infinite, the stars. Times may be dark but we can chose what to tune into

November 16, 2017

We are living in crazy times, times that have an end of the world feel about them. Hurricanes, volcanoes, earth quakes, disease, financial crashes. Negative experiences can drain away our energy. We need to make a conscious effort to keep our batteries recharged, fill ourselves with positive energy, impressions.

I’ve just been reading the Elder Porphyrios after going to Larisa court and getting my new date for testifying. It ll be next Thursday.

But I’m going to dwell instead on Porphyrios, who says the soul of a Christian should “live with dreams.”

“Live with the infinite, with the stars, with the glorious works of God, with silence,” he says.

He reminds us of all that is beautiful and good in our world, of art, flowers, music, the Holy Scripture. It’s wonderful to read a bit of his book, a wonderful energy, hope, light, a sense of Christ himself!!! Read his books “Wounded by Love.”

https://iconandlight.wordpress.com/2015/12/02/st-porphyrios-the-kapsokalyvite-sensed-a-fragrance-in-the-holy-communion/

When he was twelve years old, Porphyrios read a book about the life of a saint and was so inspired, he went to become a monk on Mount Athos in about 1918, living in a tiny cell at the tip of the peninsula.

While there, he received the gift of clairvoyance from God. Later he worked as a chaplain at a hospital in Athens and cured many people miraculously. He was canonized in 2013.

Evil is real, as Porphyrios, a contemporary saint struggling with our 21st century problems, admits. We should not give it any room in our thoughts.

The plan to depopulate the world is a real, evil plan, and the plague seems to have been unleashed for that evil purpose. Faced with such diabolical evil, we should admit we are powerless and ask God to help us not just get out of this trap but live creative, happy lives… if it is His Will. If not, to bring us into His glorious presence.

One thing, you know, we should not do is dwell on all the evil and darkness. Tuning into evil, tuning into the evil energy of the Devil, is dangerous as Karl Marlantes describes. So let’s all make a conscious effort to tune into God’s energy, life and light, through pray, meditation and reading.

http://billmoyers.com/segment/karl-marlantes-on-what-its-like-to-go-to-war/

KARL MARLANTES: You know what I learned about evil is that it is a real something that exists. And that it’s always possible for us to tune into it. It’s like it’s part of being in the world. We personify– the Christians came up with the concept of the devil. And I don’t believe it that way. But I do believe that we are in a world of opposites. And that somehow we have to make our choices. And that evil exists.

I had an experience with it that was pretty profound for me. I had gone to a mass for the dead with a Capuchin monk, talking to my friends that had died and talking to the enemies that I had killed. It was a very moving experience. When that was done, I went back home. That night, there was a presence that came into the room that absolutely terrified me. I mean, it was beyond anything I had ever encountered in my life. It was the archetype of all shadow.

It was– it felt like it filled the room. And it was going to get me. And I did everything I could. I mean, I reverted to a five year old. I had a crucifix. And I was like, “Don’t get me.” You know, I was going to, you know, strike his heart with a wooden stake. I mean, I didn’t know what was going on. But it was something that I felt that was absolutely real.

Now some people could say, “Oh, well, you were just projecting your own darkness out on the–” I don’t care which way it happened. It was a very real event. And so it is there. It’s waiting.

http://billmoyers.com/segment/karl-marlantes-on-what-its-like-to-go-to-war/