Banker Ronald Bernard, Baxter Dmitry and the Late Mr Fernandez

by Dee McLachlan — Gumshoe News Australia Aug 25, 2017

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I was sent this article an hour ago: “Ronald Bernard, Dutch Banker Who Exposed Illuminati, Found Dead.” I post a screen-grab above, as I am sure it will soon disappear. Is this more Alternative fake news?

Do you remember the Dutch banker who exposed the financial industry elite? Bernard shared explicit details, in a series of Youtube interviews, about the way the Illuminati blackmail its members. He claimed that he was asked to sacrifice a child at a party, and said,

“…I was training to become a psychopath and I failed.”

Well, the article, written by Baxter Dmitry, claiming the banker is dead was posted on Newspunch (and here) yesterday.

Dmitry recently wrote several articles of CIA and MI6 deathbed confessions. In one article he had used a picture of Kevin Parks, an 87-year-old Australian war veteran, as the allegedly dying MI5 Agent John Hopkins. My second article (here) noted that Park’s photo was later replaced with a plain hospital bed.

I quote from Dmitry’s dead banker article posted yesterday:

“Bernard, who was 61-year-old, had been living in Sebring, Florida for the past year after marrying an American citizen. The Highland County Sheriff’s Office said that Ronald Bernard called 911 at 3:46 p.m. saying he got lost after leaving for a walk at 1 p.m. on the nature trail on the west end of Sun ‘n Lake in Sebring.

“More than a dozen deputies along with K-9 units… [bla bla.]

“Deputies pinged his cell phone but it kept showing different locations and Bernard called back several times — he said his life was in danger [compare below] — but he kept moving despite being told to stay put… At 8:24 p.m., the Polk County helicopter spotted Bernard, who was face down in shallow water about 300 yards away…”

Busted — R.I.P Ronald Bernard Fernandez

I immediately did a little digging. It did not take me long to discover this local report on WFLA, News Channel 8.

“Sebring man lost on nature trail is found dead”

The article goes on:

“A 61-year-old Sebring man who called for help Sunday to say he was lost, was found dead hours later.

“The Highland County Sheriff’s Office said that Ronald Bernard Fernandez called 911 at 3:46 p.m. saying he got lost after leaving for a walk at 1 p.m. on the nature trail on the west end of Sun ‘n Lake in Sebring.

“More than a dozen deputies along with K-9 units… Deputies pinged his cell phone but it kept showing different locations and Fernandez called back several times — he said he wanted to conserve batteries on his phone and kept disconnecting [compare above] — but he kept moving despite being told to stay put, deputies said. The last contact dispatchers had with Fernandez was at 6:13 p.m.

“At 8:24 p.m., the Polk County helicopter spotted Fernandez, who was face down in shallow water about 300 yards away from the last known location of his cell phone…

The cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner.

The cause of the confusion of Dmitry’s article is another discussion. Why did he make those little tweaks?

(Or did the dutch banker change his name? Sure!) I have added the banker’s first interview below.

 

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