Thursday, March 11, 2010

Tell Pelosi of Syria role in Blowing Boeings

Synopsis: Request to Cheney, Harper to tell Speaker Pelosi of role of the alleged Syrian intelligence agent, Mohammad al-Zaibak, in a 'Blowing Boeing' attack during 'Global Guardian' war game of 9/11.

Open e-mail sent Tuesday, April 4, 2007 to: U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney vice_president@... Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@...

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

Copies include: United States Representative Ron Paul rep.paul@... Fred Thomson, Visiting Fellow,
American Enterprise Institute  fthompson@...
 Jack Blood jackblood@... Judi McLeod, Editor, Canada Free Press judi@...
Dear Vice-President Cheney and Prime Minister Harper
Re:  Tell Pelosi of Syria role in Blowing Boeings
Hawks CAFE is asking you to tell Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, currently on a visit to Damascus, of the role of alleged Syrian intelligence agent, Mohammad al-Zaibak, and his CAI-Carlyle Canada private equity partners in staging 'red-team' attacks which used illegally-modified 'Blowing Boeings' to sabotage the bogus 'Global Guardian' war game and continuity-of-government exercise on 9/11.
Pelosi is quoted in the Arab press as saying during her visit that
"Damascus .. is also important for set of studies on Iraq headed by Former US Secretary of State James Baker that encourage .. dialogue with Syria.".
It appears Pelosi is unaware that al-Zaibak and his CAI-Carlyle partners, including James Baker, invested in illegal modifications to Boeing aircraft 'hijacked' on 9/11, allowing them to panic the New York Stock Exchange and execute a huge arbitrage and hedge-fund fraud in Chicago with the help of UBS and the Teachers' ('TIAA-CREF') pension funds.

Mohammed al-Zaibak was a member of a Team Canada delegation to China in February 2001, sponsored by then Canadian prime minister, Jean Chretien and Chretien's son-in-law and director of Bombardier, Andre Desmarais, together with the CAI-Carlyle group.
During the 'Global Guardian' war game of 9/11, Mohammad al-Zaibak and instructors at the Bombardier NATO flight training school in Canada provided combat-support jets and G&C (guidance and control) services to steer and detonate the four 'hijacked' Boeings.
We believe that all four hijacked Boeings had been modified with GyroChip (QRS11) missile gyroscopes, illegally exported to the Chinese People's Liberation Army following a 1997 visit to Beijing by future Boeing director on 9/11, John Shalikashvili, who was then the Clinton-appointed and apparently-treasonous Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
If Nancy Pelosi has already been told of the connection between the Blowing Boeings of 9/11 and alleged Syrian intelligence agent, Mohammad al-Zaibak, John Shalikashvili and Jim Baker, she should be arrested on her return from Syria and indicted for treason.
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: "Tell Pelosi of Syria role in Blowing Boeings"

"Pelosi Describes her Visit to Damascus as Important Tuesday, April 03, 2007 - 12:45 PM Beirut, (SANA)-  Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has described her visit to Damascus as important for hold dialogue with Syria on all several issues in the region, asserting that "it is good thing to open dialogue with Syria." In  a statements in Beirut Tuesday, Pelosi expressed a big hope and satisfaction for this visit as saying " our visit to Damascus is very important for us and its is also important for set of studies on Iraq headed by Former US Secretary of State James Baker [a CAI-Carlyle co-investor with Syrian-born Mohammad al-Zaibak] that encourage this diplomacy and this dialogue with Syria." "We all know that the settlement of some problems in the region must come through Damascus and we are going with a clear intention to make our stances very clearly to the Syrian leadership," Pelosi added. She expressed a hope that reciprocal trust would be built by this visit.'

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