Wednesday, March 10, 2010

UNEP racketeering in Kyoto, B.C.

Synopsis: UNEP FI Signatories, including British Columbia Investment Management Corporation and CAI-Carlyle Canda, are  laundering money from CO2 trading under Kyoto Protocol. 
Open e-mail messages sent February 19, 2007 to:
Kiki Lawal Signatory Relations, UNEP FI Tel: +41 22 917 8692
Fax: +41 22 796 9240 Email: 
Tracey L. McVicar Representing CAI and certain Carlyle Canada Business Owners Vancouver, B.C. tmcvicar@...
From: Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Copies: The Honourable Gordon Campbell, Premier of British Columbia premier@... U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney vice_president@... Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@... Kristine Marcy and Bruce McConnell, Executive Consultants, McConnell International LLC,
1301 K Street Northwest, Suite 450, West Washington, DC
Tel: 202-289-8800 

Dear Kiki Lawal and Ms: McVicar:

Re: UNEP racketeering in Kyoto, B.C.

Hawks CAFE believes that signatories to the UNEP FI Statements, including the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC) and its 'off-book' agents in the CAI-Carlyle Canda private equity group, are laundering proceeds of crime derived from a 9/11 hedge-fund and victim life-insurance fraud and the racketeering trade of carbon dioxide emission credits under the Kyoto Protocol.

Evidence suggests that UNEP partners and their private equity groups hired Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates of Richmond, B.C., Canada, to develop Instrument Approach Procedures and bogus 'Global Guardian' war game maneuvers needed to fly an illegally-modified Boeing aircraft into the North Tower on 9/11, kill Carlton Bartels and 652 of his colleagues and confiscate the sovereign debt brokerage and trading business of UNEP's principal Kyoto competitor, Cantor Fitzgerald.
Please advise UNEP signatories, especially Axa, BNP Paribas, JPMorgan Chase, UBS and the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC), and the CAI-Carlyle Canada private equity and business owners, that Hawks CAFE has launched a virtual grand jury to collect evidence against people suspected of causing the wrongful death of Carlton Bartels in anticipation of filing a civil RICO suit for associated damages against UNEP's allegedly racketeering 'off-book partnerships'.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell,
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot,
23,000 hours of safety 
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 hawks-cafe@... 
Notes: "UNEP racketeering in Kyoto, B.C"
"The United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) is a unique global partnership between the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the private financial sector. UNEP FI works closely with over 160 financial institutions who are signatories to the UNEP FI Statements, and a range of partners organizations to develop and promote linkages between the environment, sustainability and financial performance. Through regional activities, a comprehensive work programme, training programmes and research, UNEP FI carries out its mission to identify, promote, and realise the adoption of best environmental and sustainability practice at all levels of financial institution operations."
Evidence of UNEP racketeering through manipulation of insurance industry, "The insurance industry recognizes that economic development needs to be compatible with human welfare and a healthy environment. To ignore this is to risk increasing social, environmental and financial costs. Our Industry plays an important role in managing and reducing environmental risk, in conjunction with governments, individuals and organizations. We are committed to work together to address key issues such as pollution reduction, the efficient use of resources, and climate change. We endeavour to identify realistic, sustainable solutions."
Axa Re sponsored catastrophe bonds and "dead-peasant" life insurance with kickbacks for UNEP insiders in the event of a major Ethiopian drought, "Addis Ababa6 March 2006 - WFP has announced that AXA Re has been awarded the world's first insurance contract for humanitarian emergencies.The contract provides US$7 million in contingency funding in a pilot scheme to provide coverage in the case of an extreme drought during Ethiopia's 2006 agricultural season. "So much of our work is like triage – doing our best to save lives after a drought or other disaster has already done its damage. Today we need to feed six million people across the Horn of Africa who are already losing their life savings as drought claims their cattle and crops," said James T. Morris, Executive Director of WFP. Insuring against destitution "The humanitarian emergency insurance contract might, in the future, offer us a way of insuring against these massive losses before they spell destitution for millions of families," said Morris. "As a worldwide leader in Financial Protection and one of the pioneers of weather cover through its subsidiary AXA RE, AXA is happy to provide its financial expertise in implementing this innovative coverage," said Hans-Peter Gerhardt, CEO of AXA RE."

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