Monday, March 8, 2010

BC Partnerships - How 9/11 contract hits triggered the cats

Synopsis: Investigate BC public-private partners hiring 9/11 contract hit teams, trigger cat bonds with kickbacks to terrified public servants.

Open e-mail sent November 20, 2006

For the attention of:
Larry Blain, Chief Executive Officer, Partnerships BC
2320 - 1111 West Georgia Street,
Vancouver, BC V6E 4M3
Tel: (604) 660-1087
Email: partnershipsbc@...

From: David Hawkins, Forensic Economist at Hawks CAFE,
Foundation Scholar, Cambridge University,
British Columbia, Canada Tel: 604-542-0891

Ccs include:
Thomas J. Coyne, President, Coyne and Associates, Inc.
Professor of Finance (retired since 1995), John Carroll University

Canadian Minister of Public Safety, Stockwell Day
Canadian Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Vic Toews

U.S. Attorney General, Alberto R. Gonzales, U.S. Department of Justice AskDOJ@...

Media and bccs:

Dear Mr. Blain:

Re: BC Partnerships - How 9/11 contract hits triggered the cats

I am investigating the apparent 9/11 role of BC public-private partnerships ('P3s') in turning British Columbia into a hub for private use by terrorist or criminal groups to hire contract hit teams, trigger catastrophe (cat) bonds and pay collective kickbacks to corrupt or terrified public servants.

The federal use of special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to finance off-book partnerships or P3s was introduced in 1992 by Canadian privy councilors; Donald Macdonald, a former defense minister under Canada's radical socialist prime minister, Pierre Trudeau, and Maurice Strong, a UN Oil-for-Food fugitive ($1,000,000 bribe from Saddam Hussein).

B.C.'s public-private partnerships were re-structured into SPVs on January 2000 in a series of allegedly-corrupt side deals between the B.C. labor union boss, Ken Georgetti, and two Carlyle Canada* privy councilors, Frank McKenna and Paul Desmarais, Sr.

By early 2000, Carlyle's private equity partners had extorted custody of B.C.'s public-sector pension fund ('bcIMC') in a forced debt-for-equity swap and began to finance trades in virtual (online) cat bonds, distressed debt and 'dead-peasant' life insurance.

Carlyle launched BC partnership cat bonds using virtual war rooms and MindBox software, operated by Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates of Richmond, B.C.

By early 2000, the BC partnerships could move special weapons and tactics (contract hit) teams on virtual networks for al-Qaeda, the mobbed-up Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA) or Carlyle affiliate, Lansdowne Technologies of Ottawa.

I belive that on October 12, 2000, a BC partnership's indemnity - insurers' liability - cat bond was triggered by an al-Qaeda attack on the USS Cole in Aden Harbor.

I belive that at 10:03 a.m. on 9/11, a BC partnership indemnity cat bond was triggered when Flight 93 allegedly crashed into the ground outside Shanksville, Penn.-note that a debris field 8 miles long reached New Baltimore with a wind speed of 4 miles per hour!

I believe that on 9/11, a BC partnership index-linked cat bond was triggered when Carlyle ordered Amec (U.K.) - its general contractor - to sabotage electronic trading floors and close the NYSE for four days thereby generating a lucrative, $1.2 trillion collapse in the cat index of market capitalization of shares quoted on the Exchange.

Be aware that if a bcIMC catastrophe bond is triggered, interest payments to investors are stopped and the principal value of their cat bond is transferred to the bcIMC pension funds (N.B. at 2006, bcIMC has been pumped to an obscene and unaudited $76.3 billion).

Post 9/11, our now terrified government insiders and public servants are vulnerable to bribery and kickbacks distributed by B.C.'s private equity partnership with Carlyle Canada*, after of course the saboteurs or assassins who triggered the cat get their share.

My colleagues and I would like to meet with you to discuss how we can protect the BC partnerships and the residents from alleged virtual extortion and cat bond frauds.

I will call you in a few days to establish a convenient time and date.

Background to my research can be found at the urls below...

Yours sincerely,

David Hawkins

Notes: "BC Partnerships - How 9/11 contract hits triggered the cats"

".. Enron's competitors isolate trading operations and related financing needs in single-purpose subsidiaries .. operations of subsidiaries fully reflected in the consolidated financial statements of the parent—SPE has not been established to hide transactions, assets, or debt from the public .. By the mid-1990s structured finance .. SPEs .. helping firms manage their liabilities .. examples in catastrophe bonds (Cat bonds) routinely used by reinsurers .. catastrophic risks such U.S. East Coast hurricanes .. firm can increase its underwriting capacity by buying reinsurance in excess of $150 million—say, up to $250 million— from the capital market at large."

A variant of the alleged cat-bond fraud by BC partnerships would be the virtual or online sale of 'dead-peasant' life insurance contracts, payable on the premature death of hospital or home-care patients covered by P3 agreement with regional health authorities.

The Vancouver Coastal and Fraser health authorities have entered into P3 food and/or cleaning service agreements with Sodexho, a French company member of the UN Global Compact with Groupe AXA on whose advisory council sits the Canadian privy councilor, Paul Desmarais, a member of the Carlyle Canada private equity and hedge fund group.

Senior AXA executives have been arrested in France and investigated for money laundering through dead-peasant life insurance scam where victims were allegedly assassinated to secure death certificates needed to execute bogus life insurance policies.

In a hypothetical but legitimate cat bond issue, bcIMC would hold capital raised from its P3 cat bond investors to go towards insurance payouts if the cat bond was triggered through an act of God or under certain circumstances the 3rd party negligence of man.

A partnership's cat bond issue would be fraudulent however if the partners intended with mens rea to trigger the bond using hired saboteurs or assassins to execute a contract hit..

In January 2000, Mr. McKenna's colleagues in Carlyle Canada had plenty of opportunities to execute contract hits to trigger the BC partnerships' catastrophe bonds.

Mr. McKenna was then serving on the Security Intelligence Review Committee responsible for the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service (CSIS). He also served on the advisory boards of Canada Carlyle private equity group and AMEC, the general contractor tasked with 'sabotage vulnerability testing' at the World TradeCenter and Pentagon during the catastrophic al-Qaeda attack on the morning of 9/11. Amec also did parametric cat bond analysis for flood modeling of the vulnerability of the levees of New Orleans, during the catastrophic 'attack' by Hurricane Katrina.

Carlyle Canada pre-paid Amec to clean up debris and evidence of cat-bond frauds at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

"assets .. $76.3 billion March 31, 2006, bcIMC clients include public sector pension plans, Province of British Columbia, provincial government bodies (Crown corporations and institutions) and publicly administered trust funds .. finance retirement benefits .. 350,000 residents of British Columbia, including college instructors and staff, municipal and healthcare workers, firefighters, police officers, public servants and teachers; staff and faculty at University of Victoria; employees of WorkSafeBC, ICBC, BC Hydro; and members of Legislative Assembly .. investment finance insurance funds almost two million workers and 173,000 employers inBritish Columbia"

*The Carlyle Canada Private Equity Group: Allegedly in contact with SWAT teams in virtual war rooms for contract sabotage to trigger Power Corp.'s catastrophe bonds, Carlyle Canada's private equity group included James A. Baker (now sabotaging the Coalition of the Willing working in Iraq), Frank C. Carlucci (Chairman of Nortel and its $100 billion "pump-and-dump" hedge fund frauds until April 2001), Laurent Beaudoin (set up the bogus loan-financed NATO war-game school in Canada, allegedly with money stolen by Carlyle from the UN Oil-for-Food program and allegedly used by Carlyle Canada to rehearse the NATO maneuvers used in the sabotage of NORAD on 9/11), Peter G. Bentley (CAI's MindBox and international advisory board of Chase Manhattan Bank - now JP Morgan), Andre Bisson, Paul Desmarais Sr. (Chairman of the Board of Pargesa Holding S.A. (Switzerland). Member of international advisory committee of Chase Manhattan Bank - now JP Morgan - and the supervisory council of AXA and the Compagnie Financière de Paribas (France)), Peter Lougheed, Frank McKenna (CAI's MindBox and Amec advisory council), David P. O'Brian, Hartley T. Richardson (director of Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates - provider of virtual war room and MindBox services to NATO-NORAD and Canada - on 9/11+1), William Sinclair and Lynton Wilson (CAI's MindBox and from May 2001, the Chairman of Nortel Networks, a provider of VoIP and virtual war room services to the Pentagon where wire and wireless systems were sabotaged on 9/11 to bypass the presidential chain-of-command. Nortel is under investigation for its $100 billion "pump-and-dump" fraud in Canada and America which asset stripped many labor-union pension funds).

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