May 18, 2020 By Joseph P. Farrell

There have been a couple of strange deaths in recent days, and I cannot help but wonder if perhaps they are related, and if perhaps they may be indicating that behind the Fauci virus plandemic narrative, that a lot of "loose ends" are being tied up while people are distracted.

Death number one: so many people sent me articles about the death of the Chinese ambassador to Israel that I cannot thank you all individually, but thank you for drawing the story to our attention:

Du Wei: Chinese ambassador to Israel found dead at home

Now, according to this article, Mr. Du was found dead in bed, apparently of "natural causes":

An Israeli police spokesman told Reuters news agency: "As part of the regular procedure, police units are at the scene."

Israel's Channel 12 TV, quoting unnamed medical sources, said initial indications were that Mr Du had died in his sleep of natural causes.

There was no immediate comment on Mr Du's death from Chinese officials.

It's that lack of any comment from China itself that has me wondering. One would expect that if there were no suspicions, China would have mouthed some typical platitudes and regrets, and moved on. But no: silence. And the silence is rather telling in the light of this statement:

When he arrived in Israel on 15 February, Mr Du had immediately to self-isolate for two weeks because of coronavirus restrictions.

And then there's this:

On Friday, his embassy made a scathing attack on US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who had criticised China's handling of the coronavirus pandemic on a visit to Israel.

In a response published in the Jerusalem Post, the embassy condemned Mr Pompeo's "absurd comments", denying that China had ever covered up the crisis.

In other words, even the BBC noted the odd timing of Mr. Du's death shortly after the visit of US Secretary of State Pompeo.

So let's speculate: Could Mr. Du have been quietly offed in his apartment? If so, how? The how part is the important question, because I've blogged repeatedly about the use of electromagnetic technologies to cause diseases, sudden death (think birds dropping from the sky), and even about the possibility that the Fauci virus might be a kind of electromagnetically activated bug. The technology is certainly there, and we've seen a few examples in recent history of its use in my opinion: remember the American and Canadian embassies in Cuba, where embassy staff was awakened during sleep by sounds of metallic grinding in certain areas of their rooms, and how the staff subjected to these sounds subsequently showed signs of brain traumas? And, let's not forget, shortly after that story appeared and then just as quickly disappeared, China itself reported a similar phenomenon taking place inside of China, almost as if "someone" was fighting back.

With that in mind, on to Death number two: Again, so many people sent me this article that it would be impossible to mention all who did, but thank you for doing so.

In this case, the newly-appointed commander of a wing in the newly founded US Space Force was also found dead, and again, oddly enough, he was found dead in his home:

21st Space Wing Commander Found Dead In His Home

Again, we're not told very much here, except there is again an odd mention of the Fauci-Lieber-Wuhan virus in connection with the story:

Col. Falzarano appears to have died of natural causes, though a thorough investigation is happening. There are no indications that there was a positive COVID-19 case.

The question that occurs to me is if one suspects or has already determined that "natural causes" were the cause of death, why would there be a "thorough investigation"? Of course, investigations would be normal and typical in such a case, but the death at home is similar to Mr. Du's death, and the mention of the virus in connection with both stories is a bit odd. Again, if Colonel Falzarano was "offed," the same modalities as outlined above in Mr. Du's case might be in play.

Of course, "two" does not a pattern make. But the similarities are, to my mind, at least intriguing. When placed in the context of birds dropping from the sky, metallic grinding noises in embassies to Cuba, and the odd mention of the virus in connection to both stories, one does have to wonder if we're possibly looking at some sort of covert war gone "hot," and if so, who's waging it, and why?

See you on the flip side...