NATO Official “Suicided” – Mind Control Again?

Serbia’s Nato envoy Branislav Milinkovic leaps to his death at Brussels airport


This is becoming more common place all the time. It can be he was put under so much strain and was taking depression drugs that actually make things worse, bad enough in itself, but this is always fishy.

I mean his big stress according to his friends was missing his family.

I firmly believe these types of high profile offings are meant to not just deal with a potential “problem”, but serve as a serious warning to others in similar circles to “not even think about” being contrary to the plan, or daring to blow any whistles about what’s really going on. This group of people he picked up had “diplomatic immunity” from testifying as to what they saw.

How convenient. Is that fishy enough for you?

When all else fails to explain these unexplainable suicides, think mental manipulation, i.e. mind control. It is well within the power of modern brain wave technology and trauma based mind control to induce behaviors. All it takes is a “trigger” word or phrase to get people to do a pre-programmed act.

From the sounds of it, he could have just been strongarmed over the railing by this arriving crew of who knows who.

Serbia’s ambassador to Nato was chatting and joking with colleagues in a multi-story parking garage at Brussels Airport when he suddenly strolled to a barrier, climbed over and flung himself to the ground below, a diplomat said.

By the time his shocked colleagues reached him, Branislav Milinkovic was dead.

His motives are a mystery. Three diplomats who knew Milinkovic said he did not appear distraught in the hours leading up to his death Tuesday night. He seemed to be going about his regular business, they said, picking up an arriving delegation of six Serbian officials who were to hold talks with Nato, the alliance that went to war with his country just 13 years ago.

Belgian authorities confirmed that the ambassador had killed himself.

“It was indeed a suicide,” said Ine Van Wymersch of the Brussels prosecutor’s office. She said no further investigation was planned.

A former author and activist opposed to the authoritarian regime of Serbia’s former strongman Slobodan Milosevic, Milinkovic was outgoing, had a warm sense of humor and worked to keep good ties with ambassadors from other ex-Yugoslav countries, according to diplomats and acquaintances.

The diplomats, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to release details, said they knew of no circumstances — private or professional — that would have prompted him to take his own life.

But Milinkovic, 52, had mentioned to colleagues at diplomatic functions that he was unhappy about living apart from his wife, a Serbian diplomat based in Vienna, and their 17-year-old son.

One of the diplomats described his death to The Associated Press, saying she had spoken to a member of the delegation who had witnessed the leap from the 8- to 10-meter-high (26- to 33-foot-high) platform.

The diplomats all spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not permitted by foreign service regulations to speak publicly to the press.

The death cast a pall on the second day of a meeting of Nato foreign ministers. Officials said they were shocked by the news of the death of a very popular and well-liked man.

Think I’m Kidding About Mind Control?

Watch this and what happens when Diane Sawyer adroitly drops the “spasm” word on an obvious mind control puppet, after a deliberate, scripted lead up:

Still having problems believing this? Try the DC Sniper episode:

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