Source: Hawks Cafe; Captain Sherlock; Abel Danger
July 27, 2010
Dear Lord Pearson and Mr. Farage:
Crown-Cameron Sisters bordereaux in Pearl Harbor 9/11
Hawks CAFE asks UKIP to investigate Crown Agents and Cameron Family `Sisters' for alleged bordereaux insurance frauds on Lloyd's of London, apparently designed to recover debts due following the procurement of RCA (now Serco) telecommunication systems used for the attacks on Pearl Harbor (1941) and 9/11 and the subsequent media spin.
Our KSM agents have evidence that Crown Agents' Sisters, including Samantha Cameron, the erstwhile creative director of Smythson the stationers and the great-granddaughter of a former Chairman of Reuters, Sir Roderick Jones, used Serco telecommunications and City Livery Companies to spin al-Qaeda myths on 9/11 while manipulating the Twin Towers' bordereau to pay out for a double-occurrence collapse.
"Reuters employs several thousand journalists, sometimes at the cost of their lives. In May 2000, Kurt Schork, an American reporter, was killed in an ambush while on assignment in Sierra Leone. In April and August 2003, news cameramen Taras Protsyuk and Mazen Dana were killed in separate incidents by US troops in Iraq. In July 2007, Namir Noor-Eldeen and Saeed Chmagh were killed when they were fired upon by a US military Apache helicopter in Baghdad after having been mistakenly identified as carrying weapons. During 2004, cameramen Adlan Khasanov in Chechnya and Dhia Najim in Iraq were also killed. In April 2008, cameraman Fadel Shana was killed in the Gaza Strip after being hit by an Israeli tank using flechettes. The first Reuters journalist to be taken hostage in action was Anthony Grey. Detained while covering the Cultural Revolution in Peking in the late 1960s, it was said to be in response to the jailing of several Chinese journalists by the colonial British Government in Hong Kong. He was considered to be the first political hostage of the modern age and was released after almost 2 years of solitary confinement. Awarded an OBE by the British Government in recognition of this, he went on to become a best selling author."
"The Stationers' Company is a Livery Company of the City of London, closely connected with the modern visual and graphic communication industries that have derived from the original trades of our guild. Our associated industries include printing, papermaking, packaging, office products, advertising, design [Samantha Cameron], photography, film and video production [Mary Harron] and publishing of books newspapers, book, periodicals and electronic media, as well as newspaper publishing and digital production." "Registration under the Copyright Act 1911 ended in December 1923; the Company then established a voluntary register in which copyrights could be recorded to provide printed proof of ownership in case of disputes. [Note that 9/11 was described by the Serco war-game insider Dr. Thomas Barnett as the "first live broadcast mass snuff film in human history"] In 1937 [Note Guernica and Hindenberg stories], a Royal Charter amalgamated the Stationers' Company and the Newspaper Makers Company, which had been founded six years earlier, into the Company of the present name. Stationers' Hall is near Ludgate Hill, in Ave Maria Lane. The building and hall dates from circa 1670; and was designated a Grade I listed building on 4 January 1950"
"'Dave' Cameron says he's in touch with reality...but with so much wealth and blue blood you have to wonder By ZOE BRENNAN Last updated at 22:00 15 June 2007 A direct descendant of Charles II, Sir Reginald .. can trace his bloodline back to the Knights Templar and the Fifth Crusade, and owns 3,000 acres of prime Lincolnshire farmland. Much of the furniture at his country home once graced Buckingham Palace - which was the family's London pad, before they passed it on to the Queen. This is Sir Reginald Adrian Berkeley Sheffield - a colourful old-school Baronet, who just happens to be man-of-the-people Tory leader David Cameron's father-in-law. David Cameron's father-in-law Sir Reginald Sheffield has a line going back hundreds of years .. For his part, Sir Reginald - an Old Etonian whose family crest is a boar's head framed by two arrows. Indeed, his wife Samantha is aristocratic on both sides of her family. Creative director of the upmarket stationery company Smythson of Bond Street, she is a direct descendant of Nell Gwyn, mistress to Charles II, and her stepfather is Viscount Astor. Meanwhile, 'Call me Dave' himself comes from a family which makes the bulk of the British landed gentry seem positively nouveau riche. Cameron is William IV's great-great-great-great-great grandson, which Debrett's says makes him fifth cousin, twice removed, of the Queen .. He was embarrassed by photographs showing him dressed in formal attire attending the Bullingdon Club at Oxford, an exclusive dining society notorious for Hooray Henry high jinks. He has admitted 'shooting the odd pigeon', but neglects to mention that he is a regular visitor to the 20,000-acre estate in Scotland owned by his stepfather-in-law, Viscount Astor, where he shoots stag. The Astor family trusts own a property company called Sableknight, with more than £140m of net assets, so they can afford to be generous hosts. His lineage is fascinating: he is related to William IV through the King's illegitimate daughter, Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence. She is one of at least ten children he had out of wedlock with the actress Dorothea Jordan, his long-term mistress. The royal connection comes through Cameron's paternal grandmother Enid, who married his grandfather Ewen Donald Cameron. Enid can be traced back directly via a couple of knights and a brace of earls to William IV's daughter. A spokesman for Debrett's says of Cameron's illegitimate ancestor: "It was a scandal, but the 18th century was less prudish about these matters than we are. It wasn't a secret." With such a pedigree, it goes almost without saying that the family has been wealthy for hundreds of years. An early forebear went to Chicago and made a fortune in the grain business, before returning to Scotland in 1880 to build the ancestral home, Blairmore House in Aberdeenshire. Then there is their long and lucrative history in finance. David Cameron's great-great grandfather Sir Ewen Cameron helped the Rothschilds sell war bonds during the Russo-Japanese war. Cameron's father, Ian, and grandfather, Ewen Donald, were both Eton-educated senior partners at stockbrokers Panmure Gordon. Here, they made serious money. Philip Beresford says: "Ian would have reaped the rewards of the Big Bang, 21 years ago, when genteel stockbroking partners sold out for a fortune at places like Panmure Gordon. "He will also have made some serious money as director at the upmarket estate agent John D. Wood. I value him at £10m plus." .. His biographers, Francis Elliott and James Hanning, note that the other parents included 'eight honourables, four sirs, two captains, two majors, two princesses, two marchionesses, one viscount, one brigadier, one commodore, one earl, one lord, and one queen (the Queen)"
"In the late Seventies, the grandson of the oil billionaire John Paul Getty asked four of his classmates to America to celebrate his birthday. Cameron was one of them .. David Cameron got his first job as a researcher for Tim Rathbone, his godfather and Conservative MP for Lewes. Three months later he went to Hong Kong to work at the conglomerate Jardine Matheson - Daddy was stockbroker to the chairman, providing a fast-track into the business world. When the young Cameron was due to attend a job interview at Conservative Central Office, a phone call was received from Buckingham Palace. "I understand you are to see David Cameron," said the caller. "I am ringing to tell you that you are about to meet a truly remarkable young man."[We allege that call came from an extorted Prince Charles]"
"The Sheffields accumulated their vast wealth through a concerted campaign to marry Lincolnshire's richest landlords, becoming the wealthiest family in the area by the 15th century .. Thereafter, the family history reads like an Arthurian drama, complete with kings, battles and bloody plots. One ancestor, Robert Sheffield, was knighted by King Henry VIII only to die a prisoner in the Tower of London after offending Cardinal Wolsey. Another met a grisly demise, being poisoned in 1568 by the Earl of Leicester, who was after his wife, one of the great court beauties. In time, Leicester poisoned her too, after tiring of her - she lived but the potion made her lose her hair and nails, destroying her looks. The wealthiest and most powerful Sheffield of all was John, who became the Duke of Buckingham and Normanby. He built Buckingham House, as it was known then, and bestowed the first baronetcy on his son Sir Charles Herbert Sheffield, who later sold Buckingham Palace to George III in 1762. A later Sheffield married a descendant of one of the illegitimate sons of Nell Gwyn, the actress and mistress to Charles II. Sir Reginald is the eighth baronet, who married Annabel Jones, Samantha Cameron's mother, but they divorced after only six years, and she went on to marry the extremely wealthy and aristocratic Viscount Astor. Jones herself is descended from the 10th Baron Clifford of Chudleigh and works as the director of a home furnishings company, based in London. She is now, by marriage, Viscountess Astor."
"Before 1907, all intercontinental telecommunications used submarine telegraph cables with a copper core insulated with gutta-percha and protected by an armor of iron wires. Submarine cables, in turn, were synonymous with an overwhelming British preponderance in the international telecommunications business. Thus in 1908, British firms owned 56.2 percent of the world's submarine cable network, compared with a U.S. share of 19.5 percent and a French share of 9.4 percent. Taking into account the commercial use of cables, the British share shrinks, because the most heavily used cables across the Atlantic belonged to two American firms, Western Union and Commercial Cable; in 1911, Western Union leased the last two cables owned by British firms. If, however, we focus on the military and political value of cables, Britain had an even greater advantage than its share indicates, for many foreign cables passed through Britain or its colonies; the dominant British firms, Eastern and Associated Telegraph Companies, controlled both the Danish telegraph firm that operated the land lines from Europe across Russia to China and the American company that operated the American transpacific cable. It is important to understand this preponderance because it gave Britain the power to scrutinize, censor, or ban foreign telegrams around the world--a power that it first exercised during the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902. This power naturally irritated Britain's rivals, France and Germany.5 Around the turn of the century, both countries tried to build up rival submarine cable networks--a hopeless endeavor, for cables were too costly and remained vulnerable to cutting by British cable ships in the event of war. What the world learned during the turn of the century, and even more clearly during World War I, was that international communication was not just a technology or a business, but an instrument of power in the rivalry between nations."
"The Era of Complementarity: Cables and Radio, 1907-1927 Guglielmo Marconi did not invent radio all by himself, but he certainly was the first to think of commercializing it as a communications system. His first customers, not surprisingly, were the British and Italian navies, the major shipping companies, and Lloyd's of London insurance. Thus, he created--and quickly occupied--a new niche in telecommunications. Marconi had greater ambitions, however, for he wanted to create a global telecommunications network that would rival the Eastern Telegraph Company's submarine cable network. In 1907, he opened the first transatlantic stations at Clifden, Ireland, and Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, challenging the cables on their home ground. Some countries adopted radiotelegraphy without Marconi's help. The German government encouraged its two electrical equipment manufacturers, Siemens and AEG, to found a new company, Telefunken, to provide equipment and service to German ships. By 1906, Telefunken began building a gigantic station near Berlin to communicate with North America and the German colonies in West Africa. Soon thereafter, the U.S. Navy built a station in Arlington, Virginia, which was the first of a chain able to reach any ship in the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. During this period, radio not only reached ships at sea, but it also competed with cables between land locations. The competition, however, was restrained for both economic and technological reasons. It must be remembered that long-distance radio during that period used long waves--that is, wavelengths measured in kilometers with frequencies of 100 kilohertz or less. Propelling such waves across an ocean required enormous and costly stations. The French station built at Sainte-Assise after World War I, for instance, had an antenna supported by 16 towers, each one of which was almost as high as the Eiffel tower. Moreover, the station consumed 1,000 kilowatts of electricity, as much as a small town. The cost was stupendous. A pair of transatlantic stations cost up to $4 million dollars--at a time when a Model-T automobile cost $300. A transatlantic cable in that same period cost $7 million. Across the Atlantic, the two technologies were fairly evenly balanced, for if radio was slightly cheaper, cables were more reliable, worked 24 hours a day, and were less vulnerable to storms or equipment failures. As radio technology improved--moving from spark transmitters to arcs and alternators and then to vacuum tubes--so did cable technology--first with regenerative repeaters and automatic printers and then with loaded cables and time-division multiplexing that could carry a higher volume than their prewar predecessors. During World War I, every cable and radio station was fully occupied with military and war-related traffic. Although the two technologies were evenly matched technologically, after the war radiotelegraphy gradually expanded its market share. By 1923, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), founded by General Electric and the U.S. Navy, had captured 30 percent of the North Atlantic traffic and 50 percent of the Pacific traffic.8 The reason was not technical superiority; it was because the cables were all operating to capacity in those years, and it took much longer to lay cables than to build radio transmitters. Radiotelegraphy politicized telecommunications even more than had been the case before during peacetime, for it changed the playing field between nations. Germany had lost its cables in the war. Britain's radio company, Marconi, was pushed out of the American market by General Electric and the U.S. Navy. The British government, in financial straits and already well connected to its "empire" by cables, hesitated to subsidize radio. In contrast, France, which had few cables, invested heavily in radio to bypass the British cable network. And in the United States, where demand was greatest and capital was abundant, investors were eager to put their money into radio enterprises. The result was that by 1923, the United States had 3,400 kilowatts of high-powered long-distance stations, France had 3,150 kilowatts, and the British Empire had only 700 kilowatts, hardly more than defeated Germany's 600 kilowatts.10 Britain's erstwhile predominance in global telecommunications had vanished."
We name below 12 Crown Agents' Sisters and their affiliations, projects and networks which allegedly make use of Oracle Partner database software and Serco telecommunications to move assets for sexual entrapment, snuff-film production and bordereau insurance frauds.
"1. Eliza Manningham-Buller [Oracle-MI5-CIA Serco, Promis, K-Branch, IRA, Pan Am 103, NetJets 9/12, Amec 7/7, RAF Brize Norton, Anna Chapman, Rendition, Waterboarding] 2. Jamie Gorelick [Oracle-Fannie Mae, MindBox, DOJ Pride, Vince Foster, Waco, Promis, 9/11 Wall, Schlumberger, Transocean, BP Cancelled Cement Job, Sabotage] 3. Samantha Cameron [Oracle-Menzies Aviation and Distribution, Smythson Stationery, Boston Brakes, Princess Di, great grandfather was chairman of Reuters] 4. Hillary Clinton [Oracle USAID-SBA liquidations, Crown Agents Gyroscope QRS11 Patent on NetJets Boeing and Gulfstream V on 9/11] 5. Cherie Blair [Oracle-LSE For You, Matrix Terrorists, Law of the European Union, European Convention on Human Rights] 6. Michelle Obama [Oracle-CIA Henry Bienen, Princeton, Union Carbide Bhopal AT&T] 7. Miriam Clegg [Oracle DLA Piper head of international trade law practice, wife of Lord President of the Council Nick Clegg, late Robin Cook, Passports for illegals, BBC Royal Charter] 8. Bernardine Dohrn [Oracle-Northwestern University, Unabomb, Weather Underground Rwanda Genocide, Torture Paradigm and Practice] 9. Mary Harron [Oracle-Netflix DVD American Psycho, Weather Underground, Bondage S&M, SCUM, Former girlfriend of Tony Blair at Oxford University] 10. Charlotte Bryan [Oracle-Serco FAA Contract Towers FC-KU crime scenes of 9/11] 11. Lucy Adams [Oracle-Serco BBC snuff film sites 9/11, 7/7] 12. Kristine Marcy [Oracle-Serco, Promis, SBA DOJ Pride USIS DNS, ICE, U.S. Marshals, Reduction in Recruitment (RIR) for illegals in preparation for 9/11, Obama CUKC Passport JPATS Femme Comp Inc Unabombs 'Mindless breathers - Useless Breeders' comment] .. Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators .. Honourable Company of Master Mariners .. Worshipful Company of Security Professionals .. City of London Solicitors' Company .. Worshipful Companies of Stationers and Newspaper Makers, Insurers, International Bankers, World Traders and Weavers [Livery Company heraldry - Torse-fillet strangler scarf at United 93 Crash]"
"Report Automation and Compilation Creates Flexibility "We had been struggling for some time to automate the reporting process for the Lloyd's of London bordereau," Klotz commented. Klotz was, therefore, eager to participate in a vendor-driven test project to develop a new reporting tool for Oracle Documaker. According to a 2007 national association of professional surplus lines offices (NAPSLO) survey, almost 70% of the association's general agent members and more than 60% of its broker members are currently using Oracle Documaker to issue policies. In fact, Continental uses Oracle Documaker for efficient and economical policy issuance, including user-defined transactions such as new policies, quotes, endorsements, cancellations, and renewals, for all lines of business. The Oracle Documaker reporting tool enables Continental's users to utilize features such as unlimited data exporting; flexibility in data exporting to Excel, Access, and extensible markup language (XML) formats; and visual mapping of forms and fields to data columns for simple report creation. Continental's personnel were able to easily extract data residing within the smart archive of Oracle Documaker to create the Lloyd's bordereau and other reports."
"Crown Agents is exactly what its name implies, an agent of Her Majesty the Queen. It was founded in 1833 as Crown Agents for the Colonies, and historically played a vital role in the creation and management of what British historians call the Third Empire .. Crown Agents printed the stamps and banknotes of the colonies; provided technical, engineering, and financial services; served as private bankers to the colonial monetary authorities, government officials, and heads of state; served as arms procurers, quartermasters, and paymasters for the colonial armies .. Her Majesty's Murder, Inc. .. Crown Agents' range of ``services''--arms procurement, border controls, offshore banking--also nicely fit the ``administrative requirements'' of the world's organized crime cartels .. review of some of the more sordid aspects of the recent history of Crown Agents, suggests that the firm has been at the center of the British Crown's highly sensitive patronage of global organized crime--what EIR long ago dubbed Dope, Inc."
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