Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 destroyed on 17 July 2014 with 298 Souls.
Aboard this flight (MH17) were several of the world's top AIDS researchers and experts, on their way to the 2014 AIDS conference in Australia. Trevor Stratton, a Canadian HIV researcher attending the conference told ABC researchers had been getting close to a vaccine against AIDS, "...people are talking about cures and the end of AIDS".
If AIDS is cured, the Industrial drug companies will not make the multi-billions in profit from people's suffering any more. If this is the real reason the plane was destroyed, it is a sick sick thing, and those US Drug corporations are the most disgusting and deplorable entities on the planet, and the Military Industry that supports them should be ashamed of themselves.
One thing to note about this plane is that it is exactly the same type of plane (Boeing 777-200) with exactly the same markings that went "missing" four months ago, Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which was hijacked to Diego Garcia, a US military controlled Island.
Is it possible that one plane was switched with the other? Yes, easily done with readily available US technology.
Could the MH17 plane and passengers have been abducted instead of destroyed? Yes, by a determined enough group of psychopaths.
Another strange comment (see Daily Mail article below) is that the bodies recovered were drained of blood and had already been dead for days and decomposing. Also the bodies were scattered around the site instead of in their seats.
(Is it possible the bodies had been used for bizarre blood rituals before they were left there? Only by psychopaths and dangerous cults).
It is also typical of conspiracies of this scale to cause such distractions to get people asking the wrong questions.
Just like the whole event is now sickeningly being used for political leverage.
National Media is also "personalizing" and "politicizing" the story, completely missing the bigger picture. And none of them has asked any questions yet, like journalists should.
Two articles below:
Joep Lange, a world-renowned researcher and former president of the International Aids Society, was with the group heading to the global Aids 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia.
The exact number of scientists he was travelling with has not been confirmed but delegates in Sydney were told that emails indicted around 100 attendees were on the ill-fated plane.
Nine British passengers, including a student, former BBC journalist... were among the 298 people killed when the Boeing 777-200 was reportedly shot down as it passed over the war-torn country on Thursday.
Trevor Stratton, a Canadian HIV researcher attending the conference told ABC researchers had been getting close to a vaccine against Aids.
“What if the cure for AIDS was on that plane? Really? We don’t know,” he said.
“There were some really prominent researchers that have been doing this for a very long time and we’re getting close to vaccines and people are talking about cures and the end of AIDS.
“And you can’t help but wonder what kind of expertise was on that plane.”
Professor Richard Boyd, director of the Monash Immunology and Stem Cell Laboratories, told Guardian Australia there were “some serious HIV leaders” on board.
“This will have ramifications globally because whenever you lose a leader in any field, it has an impact. That knowledge is irreplaceable,” he said.
“We’ve lost global leaders and also some bright young people who were coming through. It’s a gut-wrenching loss. I was involved in the aftermath of 9/11 in New York and it brings back that level of catastrophe.”
Clive Aspin, a HIV researcher in Australia ahead of the Aids conference said there was a “huge feeling of sadness” among delegates, with people crying in corridors.
He added: “These people were the best and the brightest, the ones who had dedicated their whole careers to fighting this terrible virus.”
News of Mr Lange's death sent ripples through the Aids community, who paid tribute to a “giant” in the field who made invaluable advances in affordable treatment for sufferers in Asia and Africa.
Scientists at the Kirby Institute at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia said Mr Lange was travelling with his wife, Jacqueline.
Director of the institute, Professor David Cooper, said his friend had an “absolute commitment” to HIV treatment and care in Asia and Africa.
He added: “The joy in collaborating with Joep was that he would always bring a fresh view, a unique take on things, and he never accepted that something was impossible to achieve. Our joint work in Bangkok, the HIVNAT centre, will stand as his legacy.”
Professors Cooper had worked with Mr Lange on HIV treatment for decades and concentrated on “resource-poor” areas from the mid-1990s, attempting to prevent the disease taking hold in Asia the way it had in Africa.
In 1996 they established a research centre in Bangkok called HIV-NAT with a Thai colleague.
According to UNSW, Mr Lange had worked in Aids research and treatment since 1983 and made “ground-breaking” contributions to the development of affordable treatments.
He also played a pioneering role in exploring affordable and simple antiretroviral drug regimens for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission.
At the time of his death, Professor Lange was Professor of Medicine at the Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam and Senior Scientific Advisor to the International Antiviral Therapy Evaluation Centre, Amsterdam.
He was co-director of the HIV Netherlands Australia Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) and a former president of International AIDS Society.
The group expressed its “sincere sadness” at news of the deaths of colleagues and friends on MH17, confirming they were on route to attend the 20th International AIDS Conference starting in Melbourne on Sunday.
“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,” a statement said.
“The IAS has also heard reports that among the passengers was a former IAS President Joep Lange and if that is the case then the HIV/AIDS movement has truly lost a giant.”
In 2001, he founded and chaired the PharmAccess Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation based in Amsterdam, designed to improve access to therapy in developing countries and was a founding editor of the academic journal, Antiviral Therapy.
Glenn Thomas, a British media relations co-ordinator for the World Health Organisation, was also part of the delegation, according to WHO officials.
The 49-year-old was a former BBC journalist from Blackpool and had recently celebrated his birthday, according to The Times.
Nine Britons, 154 Dutch, 27 Australians, 38 Malaysians, 23 US citizens and 80 children were among those on board Boeing 777-200 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.
Smoke rises up at a crash site near the village of Grabovo
None of the 298 and crew survived the crash, near the town of Grabovo in eastern Ukraine, which has seen fierce fighting between separatist militias and government troops.
Both pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian government denied shooting the aircraft down after US authorities said intelligence analysis showed it had been hit by a surface-to-air missile.
Bizarre claims: Igor Girkin said the bodies had been dead for days and reeked of decomposition
The rebel commander blamed for shooting down flight MH17 has made bizarre claims that bodies at the crash site 'aren't fresh'.
Pro-Russian separatist Igor Girkin has claimed corpses near the debris died days before the plane took off.
According to rebel website Russkaya Vesna, the leader was told by people at the scene in eastern Ukraine that 'a significant number of the bodies were drained of blood and reeked of decomposition.'
Girkin, also known as Strelkov and allegedly a former Russian intelligence agent, also suggested that a large amount of blood serum and medications in the wreckage.
The information has not been confirmed but the commander said: 'Ukrainian authorities are capable of any baseness.'
He was said to be among the laughing rebels that filmed the plane as it crashed
Footage is said to have captured him gleefully bragging: ‘That was a blast – look at the smoke!’ while a fireball rose from the debris.
The extraordinary footage – apparently filmed by the shooters themselves – charts the terrible final moments of the doomed airliner.
A voice believed to be that of Strelkov – dubbed ‘Igor the Terrible’ – announces: ‘The plane was hit!’ He adds: ‘Look at those black spots, these are the parts, flying … it was a blast … look, look, black smoke!'
As a pall of smoke was seen coming from the crash site, he wrote a triumphant war cry on Twitter, saying: ‘We warned you – do not fly in "our sky”.’
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing-777 was shot down Thursday, killing all 298 people aboard.
Shortly after the passenger plane was downed, Strelkov – seen smirking in propaganda photos – tweeted a boastful message claiming responsibility.
At the time, he apparently believed he had shot down an Antonov-26 military plane of the Ukrainian Air Force, saying it landed near a mine named Progress.
His chilling message read: ‘In the area Torez we just hit down An-26, it’s lying somewhere in the mine 'Progress'.
‘We warned you – do not fly in 'our sky'. And here is the video confirmation of the “bird dropping”.
Boasting militant: The former Russian intelligence officer was said to be among the laughing rebels filmed the plane as it crashed yesterday
Representatives from the OSCE arrive at MH17 crash site
‘Bird fell near the mine, the residential sector was not disturbed. Civilians are not injured.’
Later as the horror became clear, the tweet was deleted.
Strelkov, who minutes earlier had been boasting about his ‘military’ success, seems to have gone to ground once he realised his catastrophic mistake.
A man of mystery with at least three names, Strelkov believed by Ukraine to be a serving Russian colonel in the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) of the country’s army – a charge firmly denied by Moscow.
He commands pro-Russian forces now in control of Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine, but his enemies suspect he is a direct agent of the Kremlin.
Rebel: The commander, pictured with his bodyguards in Donetsk last week, claimed blood serum and medication had been found at the site in eastern Ukraine
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