At least one of the passengers aboard the OceanGate Titan tourist submersible that went missing deep in the ocean while trying to reach the wreckage of the Titanic is a member of the World Economic Forum, and David de Rothschild of the infamous Rothschild banking family has served on OceanGate’s board. As National File previously reported, the company has made headlines since the submersible went missing for its left-wing business practices, which include OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush’s refusal to hire militarily-experienced submarine experts because they are “white guys,” despite being a “white guy” himself.
OceanGate Titan passenger Shahzada Dawood is listed as a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on the globalist group’s website, and a biography detailing his work with the WEF and other organizations reports that he “serves as Director across Boards of various industries.”
Tragically, Dawood’s son is also aboard the Titan submersible and, at this point, the passengers, who paid $250,000 a person to tour the depths of the ocean, appear to be doomed. The group’s oxygen supply was set to run out sometime on Wednesday.
UPDATE: Titan reportedly imploded in the ocean, killing all on board. Searchers say they have discovered debris from the wreckage, which they say is confirmed to belong to the missing vessel.
Related: OceanGate CEO Refused to Hire ‘White Guys’
Also affiliated with OceanGate is David de Rothschild, of the globalist Rothschild banking family. An environmentalist and an “adventurer,” David de Rothschild joined OceanGate’s Board of Directors in 2012. It’s unclear if or when his involvement with OceanGate ended.
Ironically, David de Rothschild’s Twitter bio reads; “Getting lost is not a fate to avoid, but a destiny to be embraced. Only when you’re lost, can you stop following the same path and discover a new one.”
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