Saturday, March 13, 2010

Desmarais' Radarsat and dead Van Doos: Part Two

Belief Canadian privy councilors Paul Desmarais and Maurice Strong sold Radarsat target data used by drug traffickers in Afghanistan to place IEDs and kill members of the Van Doos
Open e-mail sent August 29, 2007 to
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@...
Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California bre@...
Captain Field McConnell, Peter Tedesco and David Hawkins
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
Copies to file:
Civil Case 3:07-cv-24  "McConnell v. Boeing and ALPA"
Civil Case 3:07-cv-49  "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians"
Clerk's Office, Federal District Court of North Dakota
655 1st Ave. North, Suite 130, Fargo ND 58102
Copies for reference:
US Vice-President, Richard Cheney, 
Michael Badnarik, Host 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty', We The People Radio Network, scholar@...
U.S. Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, Department of Justice 
Peter George Peterson 
corporate@... Chairman, Council on Foreign Relation
Dear Prime Minister Harper and Representative Hunter:

Re: Desmarais' Radarsat and dead Van Doos
Hawks CAFE believes Canadian privy councilors Paul Desmarais and Maurice Strong, are selling Radarsat target data in 'murder-for-hire' side deals with private equity investors, including corrupt NATO officers and drug traffickers in Afghanistan, and that recent sales of such data helped 'Taliban' insurgents to target and kill some members of Quebec's Royal 22nd Regiment ('Van Doos') with improvised explosive devices ('IEDs').
"The two dead soldiers were members of Quebec's Royal 22nd Regiment, also known as the Van Doos, which took over command of the mission Aug. 1. They were the second and third members of the regiment killed since Sunday. In all, 69 Canadian soldiers and one diplomat have been killed in the war since 2002 .. The new casualties came as the body of Pte. Simon Longtin, 23, killed by a roadside bomb Sunday, arrived back at Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ont., in a military ceremony. Longtin, also a Van Doo, had been in Afghanistan just three weeks. He was in an armoured vehicle struck by a bomb as it travelled in a convoy about 20 kilometres west of Kandahar City .. Earlier in the day, the Canadian Forces launched their biggest operation since the Valcartier, Que.-based regiment took command of military operations. Canadian tanks and armoured vehicles rolled out before dawn to reassert NATO's military presence in Gundy Ghar [using Radarsat target data]  a western region recently fallen under Taliban control."
"January 26, 2006 Richmond, B.C. - MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (TSX: MDA) .. announced .. contract with Defence Research and Development Canada-Ottawa (DRDC-Ottawa) .. extracts information about moving objects on the ground from radar satellite imagery. Canadian Forces .. use data .. once RADARSAT-2 satellite has been launched in late 2006. "RADARSAT-2 with its radar versus optical wave sensors gathers high-resolution imagery of the Earth day and night and under all weather conditions," .. "Consistent assessment of moving objects regardless of weather or daylight is the key feature Canadian Forces [and NATO drug traffickers] are interested in".
Lawsuit 'Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians' refers.
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@...
Notes: "Desmarais' Radarsat and dead Van Doos"

Canada's first commercial Earth observation satellite. It was launched at 14h22 UTC on November 41995 from Vandenberg AFBin California, into a sun-synchronous (dawn-dusk) orbit above the Earth with an altitude of 798 kilometers and inclination of 98.6 degrees. Developed under the management of the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) in cooperation with Canadian provincial governments and the private sector, it provides images of the Earth for both scientific and commercial applications [and military ground moving target indicator services] ... National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) provided the Delta II rocket to launch RADARSAT-1 in exchange for access to its data. Estimates are that the project, excluding launch, cost $620 million (Canadian). The Canadian federal government contributed about $500 million [through Privy Council controlled CCC and Maurice Strong's CIDA as prime contractor], the four participating provinces (QuebecOntarioSaskatchewan and British Columbia) about $57 million, and the private sector about $63 million. RADARSAT International, Inc. (RSI), a Canadian private company, was created in 1989 to process, market and distribute RADARSAT-1 data. (Radarsat International, Inc. (RSI) was later acquired by MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates.) In 2006, RSI was rebranded MDA Geospatial Services International or MDA GSI"
"For immediate release: April 25, 2007 Richmond, B.C. - MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (TSX: MDA) .. agreement with Thales Raytheon Systems (TRS) of Fullerton, California .. execution of the NATO Air Command and Control System (ACCS) project .. meet the full range of requirements in offensive and defensive air operations, including capability to counter terrorism and to provide air operations support in peacetime, crisis and war .. MDA's expertise in the C4ISR (Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance)"

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