Clickback - SWAT teams use virtual war rooms to move weapons and kill for clients who pay via Cascade life insurance and collective kickbacks.
Open e-mail sent October 9, 2006 to:
Canadian Minister of Public Safety, the Honourable Stockwell Day,
U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney
David Hawkins, Forensic Economist at Hawks' CAFE
Foundation Scholar, Cambridge University
British Columbia, Canada Tel: 604-542-0891
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper
Dear Minister Day and Vice-President Cheney:
Re: Strong's Clickback asset and assassination network moved NK nukes
I believe that Maurice Strong, ex-president of Power Corp. of Montreal, used the Carlyle Canada private equity group and Lansdowne Technologies of Ottawa to set up a Clickback* asset and assassination network now used by client states, including North Korea which exploded an underground nuclear weapon on Sunday.
*Clickback asset & assassination networks: SWAT teams using virtual war rooms to kill for clients who pay assassins online with Cascade life insurance and collective kickbacks.
You might ask your alleged-intelligence services to track the UN Oil-for-Food money stolen by Saddam Hussein and laundered by Tongsun Park and Maurice Strong through Lansdowne Technologies to finance the alleged development of Clickback networks and various weapons of mass destruction, including suitcase nukes and germ warfare agents.
Please remind your intelligence services that Reid Morden, former president of Atomic Energy Canada Limited, sent Tongsun Park and Maurice Strong to Korea to sell Candu nuclear reactor technology to the region.
Reid Morden was also the former director of CSIS, the Canadian Security and Intelligence Services, which worked with the CIA to develop SWAT teams, including Khaled Sheikh Mohammed, mastermind of 9/11, and Abdul Gadeer Khan, the Pakistani nuclear scientist who sold nuclear secrets to Iran, Libya and North Korea.
Reid Morden also assisted Paul Volcker in a fake investigation into the UN Oil-for-Food scam orchestrated by Maurice Strong where Clickback asset and assassination networks laundered $32 billion through the Canada Carlyle group and Lansdowne Technologies.
*Maintaining contact through MDA virtual war rooms on 9/11, Carlyle Canada's private equity group included James A. Baker, Frank C. Carlucci, Laurent Beaudoin, Peter G. Bentley, Andre Bisson, Paul Desmarais Sr., Peter Lougheed, Frank McKenna, David P. O'Brian, Hartley T. Richardson (director of Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates 'MDA' on 9/11+1), William Sinclair and Lynton Wilson (chairman of Nortel Networks).