David de Rothschild, a member of the infamous Rothschild banking family, has served on the board of OceanGate, and at least one of the passengers aboard the ill-fated OceanGate Titan tourist submersible was a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Shahzada Dawood, a traveler aboard the OceanGate Titan, is listed as a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) member on the group’s official website. His involvement with the World Economic Forum and other groups is detailed in a biography, which also mentions that he “serves as Director across Boards of various industries.”
The submarine had to dive to incredible depths to get to the Titanic’s remains. Since the sub imploded, the company has been in the spotlight for its allegedly left-wing business practices, such as OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush’s alleged refusal to hire military-experienced submarine experts due to their being “white guys,” even though Rush is, in fact, a “white guy” himself.
The Titan submarine imploded, taking with it Dawood’s child and the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars each passenger paid to travel to the ocean’s depths.
Reports from the U.S. Navy indicate the Titan imploded and killed everyone on board within hours of being lowered toward the Titanic’s resting place. The searchers for the lost vessel claim to have found damaged wreckage which has since been confirmed to be from the Titan.
David de Rothschild was an environmental activist and self-described “adventurer.” He joined the OceanGate board in 2012. It is unclear if and when his involvement with OceanGate ceased.
According to David de Rothschild’s Twitter account, you shouldn’t fear becoming lost so much as accept it as part of your destiny. Getting lost is the first step toward finding a different path since it compels you to abandon your tried-and-true methods in favor of exploring uncharted territory.
According to scientists, an implosion is so quick the brain has no time to either see, hear, or process what has happened. Death is painless. There is no time for fear.