May 8, 2005 - David Banks, 55
-- Expertise: He was the principal scientist with Biosecurity Australia and was involved in containing pest and disease threats. His primary mission
was protecting livestock and plants in the country, and keeping diseases from crossing into Australia. He was an expert in the propagation of diseases
by insect vectors, among other things.
-- Circumstance of Death: He died along with 15 other people when the commuter plane he was traveling in went down in Queensland, Australia.
I jumped out of my skin when I read this one. I had read the thread months ago before that accident. That plane crash happened near me, a lot of
people from my home town were killed and I read through the list of them and all the news article in the local paper at the time and when my eyes came
to his name I thought, yup if theres any conspiracy here it revolves around this dude.
Yes the accident was suspicious, well to my eyes anyway.
*An interesting footnote to this event. Around the same time the same local paper reported on thousands of migratory bird deaths on an island co
incidently right near the crash site. The paper stated that scientists were racing to the island to find out what was happening. Afte rthe article
appeared there was then silence, nothing more was said in the local media and the story didn't make national headlines or even bylines for that
The Island is south of the lockhart river and the crash was just south of the lockhart river. In that area there is nothing, it is the most remote
unsettled part of Australia other than the desert. It is native titled lands with a few aboriginal settlements in the area and no white man. Access to
Cape York from 100 kilometres north of me is by 4wd only and you can only travel there in the dry season.
Another thing I just thought of, my husband and i took a drive up there recently with our kids for one of our bush adventures. As we past one of the
communities my husband braked as we past one of those fenced in huts with warning keep out. his words were whoa, check the data going through that
place. My husband is a radio technician who did a lot of microwave installs in the 80's and assisted on the GIOTTO mission through the radio
telescopes at Tidbinbilla and Parkes.
When he said that I looked at him and said what do you mean, he backed up to the hut, it was nighttime and totally dark and said to me check that out.
I looked into the hut and there was hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of green and red lights flashing on consoles and more consoles, he said that
what i mean check the data out, why the hell would they need that much data going through there. There was nothing around other than the hut and he
thought it was very very strange.
To me it didn't mean much, it was just pretty lights in a building but he knows what he is seeing. Its played on my mind since that event.
I also believe from what I read in the papers that Mr Banks was retiring shortly. I will have to extract the papers from my local library to re read
I wonder whats going on up in the cape, I wonder why at times all the US naval ships park in our towns harbour, its not just to enjoy the sunshine I
Oh yeah and interesting enough, I was stunned when a client came into my shop and asked for some web design to be done and he was talking about his
website at portland roads, a settlement of 15 people on a remote beach and he told em they have broadband there...now why the hell when other areas of
Australia don't have it, why does these tiny tiny communities of 15 have broadband.
Mitsubishi corporation also own "silica mines" in the area, a company mentioned often in NWO.
and my next thought that I am still working on. The link between mycobacteria and cancer. I think this link may have been discovered in the 80's but
anyway I am still formulating my ideas and I will do some further study before I say more of my thoughts. and they are my thoughts and mine only, no
proof just ideas.
Portland Roads and Lockhart River are top right of map on east coast.
No sealed roads north of cooktown.
4wd access only, would be less than a few hundred white people in the whole cape area. which is probably larger than england.
[edit on 15-8-2005 by Mayet]