Thursday, March 11, 2010

Canadian Commercial Corporation's 9/11 war game

Synopsis: Requesting details of security checks performed on CCC sub-contractors re their coordinated sabotage of U.S. command centers on 9/11 rehearsed in "Amalgam Virgo" of June 1-2 2001.
Open e-mail sent Monday, April 16, 2007 to: Grabriela Gref-Innes, Business Development, Canadian Commercial Corpration
Telephone: (613) 947-1414 Email: gabriela@... Tim O'Farrell,
Account Executive, Team America, Canadian Commercial Corpration Telephone: (613) 947-3852 Email: timof@...

Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Copies include: U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney vice_president@... Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@... United States Representative Ron Paulrep.paul@... Fred Thomson, Visiting Fellow,
American Enterprise Institute  fthompson@...
 Jack Blood jackblood@... Judi McLeod, Editor, Canada Free Press judi@...
Dear Ms. Gref-Innes and Mr. O'Farrell
Re:  Canadian Commercial Corporation's 9/11 war game
Hawks CAFE believes Canadian Commercial Corpration was prime contractor and creditor for C4ISR* systems sold to the US Air Force and FAA by Lansdowne Technologies, Parisien Research Corporation and other CCC sub-contractors, and used to surveil targets for decoy-and-drone maneuvers executed in a bogus war game on 9/11.
C4ISR - Command, Control, Commnunications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance.
Captain McConnell will call you to discuss the security checks performed on CCC sub-contractors in the context of the coordinated sabotage of U.S. command centers on 9/11 using maneuvers rehearsed in "Amalgam Virgo" of June 1-2 2001, a war game sponsored by a joint venture (?) between CCC as prime contractor and the National Defense Industry Association.
Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot,
23,000 hours of safety 
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 hawks-cafe@... 
Re: "Canadian Commercial Corporation in 9/11 war games"
"CCC offers specialized contracting services for exporters selling to the U.S. Department of Defense .. Corporation assumes the role of Prime Contractor .. The acquisition policies of the U.S. DoD, codified in the U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARS and the DFARS) specify that all defence purchases from Canada above the US $100,000 must be transacted through the CCC. .. —as Prime Contractor— you enjoy more favourable contract terms including a reduction or waiver of bid and performance bonds, payment guarantees, and the introduction of advanced and progress payments [unlawful debt?] on the contract .. waiver of U.S. cost accounting standards for contracts [fraud?] .. waiver of requirements for submitting cost and pricing data .. waiver of some of the regulations of the Buy American Act .. duty-free entry for goods and services [WMD?] .. When you have receivables on a contract with CCC, you can now have access to immediate payments for project invoices through Receivables Discounting. This allows you to meet your immediate financial obligations without increasing your debt [off-book predatory loans?]."
"CADSI/NDIA [National Defense Industry Association] Canada – U.S. Defence and Security Industry Conference: Collaborative Defence and Shared Security October 30 to November 1, 2006 – Ottawa CCC President John McBride will moderate the plenary session on New Business Opportunities in Canada-U.S. Defence Procurement. This session will address the importance of the Canada-U.S. defence relationship in improving North-American security, greater interoperability and a strong integrated defence industrial base with speakers from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of National Defence (DND), as well as from industry. ... Topic: Seamless Global Security – A Multidimensional Challenge, AFCEA Canada and AFCEA International present a conference and exhibition on C4ISR solutions, products and technologies for the North American Defence Public Safety and Security sectors."

No comments: