Thursday, March 11, 2010

Strong hacks, tracks, whacks with UNMOVIC 9/11

Synopsis: Belief Maurice Strong, Iraqi intelligence hired, trained UNMOVIC mercenaries in Canada in June 2001 for 9/11 'hack, track and whack' of Carlton Bartels and in WTC#1.
Open e-mail sent May 15, 2007 to: United States Representative Ron Paul rep.paul@... 
From: 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 

Jack Blood jackblood@...
Judi McLeod, Editor, Canada Free Press judi@...
Dear Representative Paul:
Re: Strong hacks, tracks, whacks with UNMOVIC 9/11
Hawks CAFE believes that Maurice Strong and the Iraqi intelligence services hired and trained UNMOVIC mercenaries in Canada during June 2001 and equipped them for the al-Qaeda 'hack, track and whack' maneuvers used to kill Carlton Bartels and his colleagues in offices atop One World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
We allege that Strong's private equity groups stole an estimated $120 million from the UN Oil-for-Food program and paid Lansdowne Technologies (Ottawa) to hack into the Pentagon chain of command and teach UNMOVIC 'weapons inspectors' how to launch a surprise red-team attack during bogus Amalgam Virgo war games on June 1-2, 2001.
Lansdowne red-team maneuvers were only simulated in June but they appear to have been executed for real during the "Global Guardian" war game of 9/11, as explained in the DVD, "Captain Sherlock Solves 9/11" available here
We hope that you and your 2008 presidential election campaign managers can use our lawsuit "Global Guardian 9/11" to eliminate Maurice Strong and the UN's private equity groups and their alleged murder-for-hire networks of mercenaries paid to kill Americans.
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: "Strong hacks, tracks, whacks with UNMOVIC 9/11"
"Hidden Paul Martin firm trained UN weapons inspectors in Ottawa .. by Judi McLeod  July 12, 2004 .. would you trust the results of a Prime Minister Paul Martin-owned consulting firm giving lessons in finding weapons of mass destruction to Iraq-bound inspectors? Martin's company, Lansdowne Technologies, in the business of providing military and civilian-surveillance, trained inspectors attached to the United Nations Monitoring, Verification Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) in 2001 .. Canada hosted a five-week training course for inspectors connected to UNMOVIC, beginning May 28, 2001 .. "Dr. Hans Blix will travel to Canada to launch the training course." UNMOVIC was established by UN Security Council Resolution 1284 on Dec. 17, 1999, replacing UN Special Commission UNSCOM, brought down in 1998 because of spy infiltration accusations by Iraq. UNSCOM had been in place between the end of the Gulf War and 1998, when all weapons inspectors were withdrawn from Iraq. UNMOVIC's official mandate was to disarm Iraq of its chemical and biological weapons and missiles and to operate a system of ongoing monitoring and verification .. According to the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, "The Commission is financed [by kickbacks] from a small portion of the monies raised from the export of oil from Iraq (the oil-for-food program)." Other UNMOVIC courses have taken place in New York, Paris and Vienna. Some 60 trainees from 28 countries participated in the Canadian course, conducted mainly in Ottawa. Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and current Prime Minister Paul Martin, both close personal friends of UN advisor Maurice Strong, are more pro-UN than U.S. ... the story of Lansdowne Technologies reads like an espionage paperback. Martin is better known for the ongoing controversy of Canada Steamship Lines (CSL), the shipping empire he was forced to turn over to his three sons earlier this year. Headquartered in Montreal and once owned by Power Corp., CSL operates a fleet of self-unloading bulk carrier ships on the Great Lakes, with vessels sailing under the flags of foreign countries, for tax-saving purposes. CSL is self-touted as "the largest fleet of dry bulk, self-unloading vessels in the world." Lansdowne Technologies was owned by CSL. Although the contracts appear nowhere on the website .. It is already a matter of public record that the Prime Minister's shipping empire landed up to $27.7 million in federal government contracts over the last decade. But almost half of that total went to Lansdowne–a subsidiary that hasn't appeared on Martin's public disclosure statement since 1995 when he was Liberal finance Minister. Lansdowne, based in Ottawa .. can boast the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and a plethora of government departments as key clients .. The Liberal government blamed the disappearing act of Lansdowne from the Prime Minister's public disclosure statement on "administrative errors". Martin .. "appalled" when he heard of the oversight and "demanded" that it be corrected. Meanwhile, it was Iraqi allegations of spy infiltration that caused inspectors to be withdrawn from Iraq in 1998, paving the way for replacement UNMOVIC led by the no-weapons-here Hans Blix. Did the UN's new weapons inspectorate move spies a little closer to America's borders?"

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