The most visible recent move in the on going secret war was the downing on Sunday of an Ethiopian Boeing 737 aircraft. The aircraft was remotely hijacked and its passengers, including 19 UN officials, were killed as part of an attempt to disrupt a UN conference held on march
11 to 15 2019 at the United Nations, in Nairobi, Kenya.
The United Nations had at least 19 officials on the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed Sunday morning, some of whom were en route to a major environmental conference in Nairobi, Kenya. No one on board survived.
The World Food Program, the UN Refugee Agency and the Food and Agriculture Organization were among UN agencies reporting personnel losses. The casualty list also included a professor, the CEO of a restaurant company and a Kenyan soccer official.
French President Emmanuel Macron and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres are among those expected to attend the UN Environment Assembly whose theme is “Innovative solutions, covering policies, financing, technologies, partnerships and multi stakeholder processes – are key both to solving many environmental challenges, as well as to accelerating sustainable development more generally. This recognition of the need of transformative change to support Agenda 2030′ in Africa. the hijacking of this aircraft is looking to
lead to the bankruptcy of the Boeing Corporation. That is because it is the second time in four months that a Boeing aircraft has been crashed via remote control.
ALL Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 are grounded worldwide with the United States grounding them Wednesday. More than 300 Boeing 737 Max planes are in operation and more than 5,000 have been ordered worldwide since 2017.
It is certainly no coincidence that after all military officers left the Trump regime, a Boeing executive, Patrick Shanahan, was made Acting U.S. Secretary of Defense. Shanahan has no real power over the U.S. military, because they no longer obey the bankrupt Washington, D.C.-based corporate government.
Shanahan joined Boeing in 1986, becoming involved in Computer Services and the Boeing 777 program. Over the course of his career, he held management roles with respect to the Boeing Missile Defense Systems, as well as 737, 747, 767, 777, and 787 commercial airline programs. He also played a role spearheading the recovery of Boeing’s 787 program, and was known there as “Mr. Fix-it” from as early as 2008.