Malaysian Airlines and Ferguson vs. Illuminati

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As you may know, on July 17, 2014, a Malaysian Airlines passenger jet was struck down by a Buk missile, killing 298 passengers. I’m not going to single out the number of citizens of different countries, because to me all citizens of the world are equal when it comes to the reporting of their deaths. One nationality dying is no worse or better than another. A lesson several media journalists should learn.


As with any event of this magnitude, conspiracy theories are not long in surfacing. I’ll be honest. I’m a middle-aged Canadian woman with absolutely no foreign policy experience, so it can be difficult for me to gauge what is accurate and what is not. All I can do is report on what I read. However, the advantage to this is that I do not have any reason to misrepresent what I do read. In other words, I have no particular axe to grind. Further disclaimer: As my other blog posts attest, I’m a believer in the Illuminati but I tend to restrict belief in their actions to the realm of economics. I don’t think they are behind every celebrity death, every major event in history, etc., like some extremists would have us believe. I think the truth is somewhere in the middle. Believing the Illuminati is responsible for absolutely everything disregards human nature, a subject with which I am fascinated. Study people, and you will never run out of material. For example, people believe there was a coverup of 9/11 being an inside job. Whether true or not, I read with interest Anthony Summer’s biography of J. Edgar Hoover, especially the part where it stated that Hoover refused to cooperate any more than he had to with the CIA because he was so angry that he had not been assigned by Truman to head it. When 9/11 occurred, part of the reason given was the lack of intelligence shared by the FBI and the CIA. People scoffed at this level of incompetence, but I had no problem believing it, even before I read the Hoover book. If something can be explained by administrative incompetence or the personal ambition of someone in a public role, then I am very willing to accept that explanation of an event. I’m a skeptical person by nature, and tend not to believe what those in authority tell me. That is probably based on my experience with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where I was the victim of discrimination because my Patriarchal Blessing said something the leaders didn’t approve of (they are supposed to be sacred documents, delivered by a mouthpiece of God). The full story of that is in my book, He Talks To Me, Too. I believe God talks to everyone on earth, no matter their social status, race, religion, etc. Here is the link if you’re interested in reading a fictional account of my experience with the Mormon leadership: But I also view skeptically many of the more extreme conspiracy theorists because I suspect they often have their own agenda.


However, I do believe that the mass, mainstream media often purposely reports misleading stories. In this case, there are several questions that remain unanswered. But first, let’s go over a summary of what happened. In general, it is commonly accepted that Russian-backed separatists are responsible. It is well known that Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, is openly supporting the separatists because he thinks the Ukrainian coup is illegal, and that the citizens of Donetsk and Luhansk are ethnically Russian and deserve to be part of that country, not Ukraine. The European Union is adding sanctions to what already exist for Russia. President Obama has said more sanctions will come as a result of Russia’s involvement with the plane tragedy.


I think that sanctions are the wrong way to go. Sanctions hurt the common people, not the leaders of the country against which the sanctions are placed. Do you think that Putin is going to suffer financially, no matter how many sanctions are added? I don’t. Putin is ostensibly one of the richest men in the world.

Conspiracy theorists proclaim the possibility that the bodies killed in this new plane crash are actually already decomposed bodies from the other Malaysian Airlines plane crashes. Two MA plane crashes in the space of six months? What?

What are the results of this plane crash? The world is turning on Russia. According to David Icke, the global elite create a problem (plane being shot down) then propose a solution that helps the Illuminati. One of the tangible results of the plane crash, according to MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, is that Britain is reopening the 2006 assassination case against Putin. The man believed to have been responsible for the assassination is now a member of the Russian Parliament! The investigation was closed for international security reasons but now with the new perspective against Russia, Britain is reopening the case. It’s possible, in other words, that the Illuminati is creating a problem in order to achieve a predesigned solution. Create international upset so that it is easier to dominate the world. What do you think?

The global powers-that-be want Americans and also the world to focus on the differences between people, rather than the similarities that unite us. So they fund both Palestinians and Zionists, they capitalize on the tension been black and white people, and engage in class warfare. As far as what’s happening in Ferguson goes, blacks and whites are more alike than different. There are over 400 police shootings each year in the States and only some of these are unjustifiable homicides. Even one incident of a policeman shooting an innocent person, regardless of race, is too many, but it is a lie that there is an epidemic of policemen killing innocent people. The police as a group are obviously not perfect, but a country that turns against its law enforcement officers is doomed to failure because anarchy will result, which of course is what the global powers-that-be ultimately want anyway because it will be easier for them to implement martial law on a divided world.

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