Tuesday, January 24, 2012

House Speaker Dennis Hastert - Racketeering: Secretary of State for Illinois, George Ryan - Ottawa’s Entrust PKI - Overthrow of the US Government

From the Abel Danger White House Group to those whom it may concern

January 24, 2012

Speaker Hastert Entrust key to Racketeer Ryan's Illinois 9/11

We believe former House Speaker Dennis Hastert and the racketeering former Secretary of State for Illinois, George Ryan, used Ottawa’s Entrust public key infrastructure to conceal a conspiracy to overthrow the United States government by force on 9/11.

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“Ex-Illinois Governor Convicted April 17, 2006 9:54 AM CBS News RAW: Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan was convicted of racketeering and fraud in a corruption scandal”
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“The Secretary of State before White was George H. Ryan, a Republican from Kankakee, Illinois. He held the office from 1991 to 1999, when he became Governor of Illinois. Ryan's tenure as Secretary of State lead to his downfall in the "licenses for bribes" scandal: after a major automobile accident in Wisconsin that killed six children, investigators discovered that unqualified truck drivers were receiving drivers licenses in exchange for bribes. Ryan chose not to run for re-election in 2002, and in 2006, he was convicted of fraud, including using his authority as Secretary of State to end his office's internal investigation after it discovered the scheme.”

“September 7, 2011 Remembering 9/11: Former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) By RealClearPolitics Hastert: I always remember the day obviously. I was in Washington. I was there early because I had had a meeting with the president the afternoon of the Monday before (Sept. 10). And so I was in my office early, 7:30 in the morning, and I had some meetings and an appointment and I remember somebody knocked -- it was [Chief of Staff Sam Lancaster] -- came to my office and knocked on the door and said, "Mr. Speaker, something happened in New York. Nobody really saw what happened, but either a small plane or helicopter hit one of the World Trade towers, and there's a fire." And, so, I said, "Well, I'll be upstairs in a second." I walked upstairs, and I walked in [just in time] to see the second plane fly into the World Trade tower. And I knew that certainly was not an accident, that somebody had planned this -- you couldn't have two of these things happen at the same time.….

It was an interesting day for us because we were scheduled to have John Howard -- the prime minister of Australia was supposed to deliver a speech to a joint session of Congress. Well, in the joint session of Congress, you have the House and the Senate, you have the Supreme Court, the president's cabinet, chiefs of staff, the diplomatic corps -- the whole government in one room basically -- the vice president. The president was gone. And so I'm thinking, "This is probably not a very good idea." We didn't know what the extent of this was, but maybe we shouldn't be doing this. I tried to get ahold of the vice president. He would be the person presiding over this joint session, and, of course, at that time, he was down in the Situation Room in the White House with Secretary [Norman] Mineta, the secretary of transportation, trying to get all aircraft down on the ground. Of course, we were getting planes . . . from all over coming across the Atlantic and of course planes coming across the Pacific and all the planes that were in the air in the United States -- just trying to get them down so we knew what was happening, and we could get down or at least isolate the planes that were maverick planes out there. And, so, he was going through this exercise. I tried to get through. I had a secure phone, and I couldn't get through to him.

My desk faced out, and the window, it looked right down the Mall. My office was in the front of the Capitol, right where the portico is, the porch in the front of the Capitol. And I'm trying to get this phone to work, and I'm frustrated because I can't get the secure phone, can't get Cheney on the other end. And I see my other phone is blinking. I saw it, and I said, "Well, that's Cheney trying to get ahold of me." So I picked it up, and there was this guy on the other end of the line who says, "What are you guys doing up there on Capitol Hill? The taxes are too high . . ." "Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait a minute," I said. "Who's this?" He said, "Never mind who this is. Who in the heck is this?" I said, "I think you have the wrong number." I hung up. As I hung up the phone, I looked up, and there was this blue-black smoke just rolling across the Mall down about where the Washington Monument is. I called Sam, and I said, "Sam, that smoke's not supposed to be there. Find out what happened." And a minute later he says another plane had gone into the Pentagon.

I'm going to make a unilateral decision here. I'm going to close down. We have 5,000 people that work in the Capitol. We've got pages and interns. We have visitors. We're going to have this joint session of Congress where we'll have everybody in one room. I just don't think we ought to do it. Of course the Senate wasn't around yet so I just made a unilateral decision to close down and called over to the House floor because we were in early because we had business we had to take care of before we closed down because the joint session of Congress was going to be at 11 o'clock, so we had to close down at 10.

I called over [to the House floor], and I said, "We're going to have to bring the gavel down, and I want the chaplain to come in and say a prayer before we do this," not thinking time-wise or anything else. Well, I walk over to the House floor from my office, and just as I get in the door, I had two of my security guys grabbing me and said, "We're leaving." And I said, "What's going on?" And they said, "Well, we think there's a fourth plane." And the next thing I know I'm going down the elevator over to the tunnels over to the Rayburn building. I'm in the back of a black Chevy Suburban hurtling through the back streets of Washington, and they said, "There was a fourth plane coming down the Mall." We found out there was a fourth plane, but it was a CIA plane that was patrolling the Mall.

So, we're hurtling through the back streets and finally end up at Andrews Air Force Base, and I was able to get ahold of the vice president. Of course, the president was in Florida and then on Air Force One. The vice president said they got almost all of the planes down. There's a plane with its transponder not working -- a KAL flight that was coming across Canada from Korea that was supposed to land, and they couldn't make contact with it. And there were three planes coming across the Atlantic that they couldn't make contact with, but everything else was identified and down on the ground by that time. And, of course, they had the power to shoot down any airplane. They didn't want to do it, but they were trying to get these other planes down. And he said, "Well, you're going to an undisclosed location." So, the next thing I knew, I was in a helicopter, and we were flying to this "undisclosed location." I'm looking down, and flying across Washington, there's nothing moving. We go across the river and Reagan International Airport, and there's no planes on the tarmac. I look down. I look out the other side of the helicopter, and this blue-black belching smoke is coming out of the Pentagon, just covering the whole northern suburbs of Northern Virginia. Of course, it was a beautiful, crisp September morning. I remember that blue-black haze that was covering that whole suburban area.

We had the whole day out in this undisclosed location, and the members of the leadership ended up there -- [Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle] was there, [Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott] was there, [House Majority Leader Dick Armey] and [House Majority Whip Tom DeLay] were there. And we decided we were going to come back that next day. There was going to be a lot of work that we were going to have to do and get going again. . . . We didn't know what kind of issues we had to face. But we knew that we were going to have to get going. And so we found out that the president was going back to Washington at 6 p.m. And so we scheduled to come in at 6:30. So we had a couple helicopters that flew into . . . the north lawn of the Capitol at 6:30, and we were going to have a press conference, and it was set up for us to walk over to the east front Capitol steps. And as we did that, I remember [then-Rep.] Rob Portman coming over to me and he said, "You know, you need to make sure that what you say gives people some confidence that we're going to be back and get to work." And I said, "I've figured that out." So I gave my 20-second spiel. Daschle went first, I went second. I basically said, "We're going to be back to work tomorrow. We'll stand shoulder to shoulder and work to make sure this doesn't happen again." And as I turned around and walked back to the steps, there were about 150-200 members of Congress -- senators and House members and Democrats and Republicans just mixed. . . . That was kind of our backdrop. As we're walking back after we're done with our press conference, somebody broke out into "God Bless America." And it was just kind of a cappella. I remember when it happened, chills ran down my spine, and I said, "We'll be OK. This country will come together. We'll get through this."

Illinois E-Government Enabled by Entrust Enhanced Internet Security The State of Illinois has transformed itself into an E-Government leader by redesigning the delivery of government services. As a part of this evolution, Illinois has included an initiative designed to add an extra layer of security to online government services available to every Illinois citizen. The initiative, called the Digital Signature/Public Key Infrastructure Project, is the result of a strategic relationship with Entrust. With the help of Entrust's enhanced Internet security, the State of Illinois is dramatically improving how it interacts with constituents by enabling the general public, businesses and not-for-profit organizations to conduct secure online transactions.

The Need

Prior to the Digital Signature/Public-Key Infrastructure Project, the state was not taking full advantage of the Internet's inherent efficiencies to improve service levels and reduce the cost of government. In fact, Illinois ranked 49th among states in using information technology to deliver services to its citizens. Illinois is now tied for first in the nation according to the 2001 Digital State survey conducted by the Center for Digital Government and The Progress & Freedom Foundation.

The Challenges

In Illinois, more than 100 state agencies, boards and commissions interact to provide thousands of services to 12.4 million Illinoisans. To deliver online government services, the state needed an Internet security solution that cut across the multiple agencies and provided the enhanced security and privacy required to protect its constituents.

Illinois also required the legislation and policies necessary to make e-Government a reality. In 1998, the Illinois legislature passed the Electronic Commerce Security Act allowing electronic records and signatures to be used in government transactions. The state's chief technology officer was commissioned by the Governor to develop initiatives to "improve customer service, maximize taxpayer resources, and make the state more performance-driven, efficient, and accountable." It was then that Illinois began its strategic alliance with Entrust.

The Solution

Illinois created the Digital Signature/Public Key Infrastructure Project to enable state agencies and their "customers" to conduct online transactions with security, confidence and ease. Entrust's enhanced Internet security allows the state's systems to authenticate users, provide privacy and integrity of data, and create evidence to help in binding parties to a transaction through an auditable record.

Once registered with the system, each user is issued a digital certificate that provides access to a variety of online government services. The single digital certificate can be used with various state agencies, eliminating the need for multiple pin numbers, passwords, or encryption keys.”

We believe Hastert and Ryan used Ottawa’s Entrust public key infrastructure to conceal a fraud on voters in respect bribes paid by – or on behalf of – Barack Obama who appears to have laundered his status as a Citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies while serving as Junior Senator for Illinois prior to his 2008 presidential election campaign.


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