Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Lynne Cheney's `lesbian' script for Lockheed 8(a) 9/11?

Asks if ex-Lockheed Martin director Lynne Cheney wrote `lesbian' script for 9/11 war game where 8(a) password-enabled lesbians killed POTUS/V-P and ran country with like-minded women in EU.

Open e-mail sent May 1, 2008 to:
Jay M. Cohen, Department of Homeland Security, Under Secretary for 
Science and Technology – Re: Fraud, Waste, and AbuseDHSOIGHOTLINE@... Fax: (202) 254-4292
Kristine Marcy, Leader, Homeland Security Team,
McConnell International LLC 
Field McConnell and David Hawkins,
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Dr. Jack Stockwell 
Dear Under Secretary Cohen and Ms. Marcy:

Lynne Cheney's `lesbian' script for Lockheed 8(a) 9/11?
Hawks CAFE is asking if the former Lockheed Martin director, Lynne Cheney, wrote a `lesbian' script for a 9/11 war game where Lockheed-mentored SBA 8(a) companies, controlled by password-enabled lesbian or bisexuals, killed the president and vice president and staff of the Pentagon's U.S. Naval Command Center and ran the country out of Camp David in partnership with like-minded women in the European Union.
"Lockheed Martin is a leader in the design, development, installation, operation and integration of training and simulation systems for global defence markets. Capabilities in the Lockheed Martin training portfolio span the training continuum of live, virtual and constructive domains for flight, naval and ground systems applications. Lockheed Martin focuses on providing total training solutions by integrating the best products and services available ranging from high-fidelity virtual simulators to modern wargaming models to full-service schoolhouse operations."
"BLITZER: Here's what Democratic Party put out today .. In 1981, Vice President Dick Cheney's wife, Lynne, wrote a book called "Sisters", which featured a lesbian love affair, brothels and attempted rapes." CHENEY: No. BLITZER: "In 1988, Lynn Cheney wrote about a Republican vice president who dies of a heart attack while having sex with his mistress." Is that true? CHENEY: Nothing explicit. And actually, that was full of lies. It's not — it's just — it's absolutely not a… BLITZER: Did you write a book entitled "Sisters"? CHENEY: I did write a book entitled "Sisters." BLITZER: It did have lesbian characters. CHENEY: This — no, not necessarily. This description is a lie. I'll stand on that. BLITZER: There's nothing in there about rape and brothels? CHENEY: Well, Wolf, could we talk about a children's book for a minute?…BLITZER: I just wanted to — I just wanted to clarify what's in the news today, given — this is…CHENEY: Sex, lies and distortion."
"The Radical lesbian (lesbiennes radicales) movement, or (FLR) began in France in 1980, and became organized in 1981 under the name Front des lesbiennes Radicales . An offshoot of this movement developed shortly after, in the French-speaking province ofQuebec, Canada .. The principles of radical lesbianism are similar to those of English-language Lesbian separatism, however, there are some important basic differences. In her preface to Monique Wittig's The Straight Mind, Quebec radical lesbian Louise Turcotteexplains her views that 'Radical lesbians have reached a basic consensus that views heterosexuality as a political regime which must be overthrown.'. Turcotte notes that Lesbian Separatists 'create a new category' (IE: separation from men and heterosexual culture)'and that the Radical Lesbian movement aims for the 'destruction of the existing framework of heterosexuality as a political regime.'Turcotte goes on to discuss Adrienne Rich's landmark essay, Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence, noting that Rich describes heterosexuality as a violent political institution that has to be 'imposed, managed, organized, propagandized and maintained by force.' Rich sees lesbian existence as an act of resistance to this institution, but also as an individual choice, whereas the principles of Radical Lesbianism see lesbianism as nessesary, and consider its existence as nessesarily outside of the Heterosexual political sphere of influence"
"(Shortly Before 12:30 p.m.) September 11, 2001: Richard Clarke Heads to White House Bunker; Told that Vice President Cheney Keeps Hanging up Clarke Telephone, and Cheney's Wife is Interfering Counterterrorism "tsar" Richard Clarke, who is in the White House Situation Room, is informed that Vice President Dick Cheney wants him to come down to the Presidential Emergency Operations Center (PEOC), located below the East Wing of the White House. Clarke heads down and, after being admitted by Cheney's security detail, enters the PEOC. In addition to the vice president and his wife Lynne Cheney, the PEOC contains National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice, political adviser Mary Matalin, Cheney's chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, deputy White House chief of staff Josh Bolten, and White House counselor Karen Hughes. Clarke can see the White House Situation on a screen. But Army Major Mike Fenzel, who is also in the PEOC, complains to him, "I can't hear the crisis conference [that Clarke has been leading] because Mrs. Cheney keeps turning down the volume on you so she can hear CNN… and the vice president keeps hanging up the open line to you." Clarke later describes that Lynne Cheney is, like her husband, "a right-wing ideologue," and is offering her advice and opinions while in the PEOC. When Clarke asks the vice president if he needs anything, Cheney replies, "The [communications] in this place are terrible." His calls to President Bush keep getting broken off. By the time Clarke heads back upstairs to the Situation Room, it is 12:30 p.m.… After attending President Bush's meeting with his principal advisers in the Presidential Emergency Operations Center beneath the White House, Vice President Dick Cheney heads back upstairs, accompanied by his wife Lynne Cheney and his two top aides, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby and David Addington. They all head out onto the White House's South Lawn and get onto Marine Two, the vice president's helicopter, being joined on it by a military aide, a communications expert, three Secret Service agents, and Cheney's doctor. They take off, in violation of long-standing protocol, according to which only the president takes off from the South Lawn. Only a few of the most senior White House officials are informed of their destination. About 30 minutes later they arrive at Camp David, the presidential retreat in the Catoctin Mountains, about 70 miles from the White House. Again going against tradition, Cheney and his family settle into the cabin usually reserved for the president, Aspen Lodge."
Our Abel Danger counter-intelligence teams has evidence that former Lockheed Martin directors, Gordon England, Norman Mineta and Lynne Cheney, disrupted the presidential chain of command on 9/11, stood down U.S. defenses and allowed Lockheed's 8(a) death squads toattempt the destruction of "heterosexuality as a political regime".
So we have two questions for you and everyone else with either a personal or fiduciary interest in "Homeland Security".  
"Who wrote the script for Lockheed 9/11?"
"Who is writing the script for the No FEAR Whistleblower Week in Washington?"
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971, Forensic Economist fbi@... or avalonbeef@... Astana, Kazakhstan  28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety

David Hawkins 
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Notes: 'Lynne Cheney's `lesbian' script for Lockheed 8(a) 9/11?'

"SBA proposes 8(a) mentoring program By ELANA VARON Published on August 24, 1997 New rules proposed by the Small Business Administration for its 8(a) minority business-development program would encourage experienced companies to shepherd start-ups. .. However Wu whose company has been in the 8(a) program for five years and has had many informal advisers said SBA should give mentors greater financial incentives to sign up. DOD for example reimburses mentors for the money they spend coaching their proteges giving mentors a 'business reason' to take on such projects she said. Fernando Galaviz vice chairman of the National Federation of 8(a) Companies agrees. But he said his group has an 'added concern' that firms will take on proteges just so they can get contracts and will end up controlling proteges as 'front' companies rather than helping them. One way to guard against this he said is for SBA to require the protege to be the prime contractor on any 8(a) contract that these protege teams win.  'Let's not forget the golden rule ' said Galaviz who runs The Centech Group Inc. Arlington Va. 'He who has the gold makes the rules.' Devon Hewitt a lawyer with Shaw Pittman Potts & Trowbridge in McLean Va. who represents many small companies said she also questions whether the proposal might benefit the mentors more than the proteges. However she continued potential mentors have problems of their own that the SBA proposal might help solve. She noted that many 8(a) firms continue to have trouble making the transition from the program which awards sole-source contracts and has limited competitions to the more competitive open marketplace. Being a mentor 'offers a better transition ' as long as its relationship with the protege is monitored Hewitt said. Fisher said SBA did not have any estimates of how many firms might sign up to be mentors or proteges but that many companies have expressed interest in the idea during informal discussions."
Lockheed Martin Qualifies for All Four Lots in Army Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Effort Worth Up to $4 Billion Recent test - instrumentation simulation award added to live, virtual, and constructive training contracts ORLANDO, FL, March 22nd, 2001 -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) is one of only three companies awarded contracts in all four domains of the U.S. Army's Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM) Omnibus Contract (STOC) worth up to $4 billion over eight years. Lockheed Martin Information Systems captured the fourth and final award in the Lot IV test -instrumentation domain of the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract. The test - instrumentation domain involves products and services such as targets, simulations and instrumentation systems that allow assessment of military equipment effectiveness.  'In 1994, Lockheed Martin recognized the need to invest in combining its simulation and training resources into a world-class facility near the U.S. Army's center of excellence,' said Lockheed Martin Information Systems President John Hallal. 'That foresight has paid dividends in making our corporation a valued partner in the development of the Army's next generation of training and instrumentation systems.'  Earlier STOC award announcements made in the fourth quarter of 2000 and January 2001 were for: Lot I live domain, which entails use of advanced distributed learning, training range instrumentation, and laser-based tactical engagement simulation systems to simulate military operations using live forces and weapon systems; Lot II virtual domain, which uses computer-based systems to simulate hardware, systems and munitions for the training of individual or collective groups of soldiers; and Lot III constructive domain, which includes war games and automated simulations that represent actions of people and systems in the simulation as well as entity level force simulation and models.  'STOC is designed to allow STRICOM to respond quickly to contracting requirements in support of solider simulation and training needs throughout the Army, DoD and related government agencies,' said Brig. Gen. Stephen Seay, Commanding General, U.S. Army Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Command. 'By selecting a group of contractors who have demonstrated superior capabilities and are prepared in advance, STRICOM can be more responsive to contracting requirements.'  Lockheed Martin's ground simulators train war fighters to maneuver as units through photo-realistic virtual synthetic environments, its live-fire targetry and tactical engagement systems train soldiers to operate in the stress and lethality of combat, its constructive simulations prepare Army leaders to address future conflicts and Lockheed Martin's flight simulators take pilots from initial qualification training all the way through real-time, virtual combat mission rehearsal.  Lockheed Martin employs approximately 6,500 employees in Central Florida operations. Michael Mulleavey, 407-306-1730, e-mail, mike.mulleavey@...

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