Abel Danger’s Global Operations Director Field McConnell claims that Cameron’s friends (see below) conspired to produce “the first live-broadcast mass snuff film in human history” on 9/11 to increase the value of the contracts for difference in the Wells Fargo (WF) pass-through certificates.
McConnell Links Wells Fargo Pass-Through 9/11 To Canada Square Odious Debt
“Peter Cruddas arranges "premierleague" dinners”
Bank card of Flight 11 Passenger Turns Up In Perfect Condition One Year After Fact!
“Business Insider David Cameron Releases A List Of People He Had Dinner With Last Year After Cash-For-Access Scandal Sanya Khetani | Mar. 26, 2012, 12:19 PM The UK’s Conservative (Tory) Party, and Prime Minister David Cameron in particular, has gone into damage-control mode following the expose of major Conservative Party fundraiser and co-treasurer Peter Cruddas, who claimed that donors could influence policy decisions with large contributions.”
“Michael Philip Green (born 2 December 1947) is a British businessman. He attended Haberdashers' Aske's School in Elstree, Hertfordshire on a scholarship .. After a period working in public relations, he went into business with his brother, founding the printing and direct mail firm Tangent Industries, making him a millionaire by the time he was 21. He created Carlton Communications with his elder brother, David, and they floated the company on the London stock market in 1983. Five years later, Carlton bought the US firm Technicolor. Following the Broadcasting Act 1990 which had changed the criteria for ITV franchise assignment from quality to commercial, Carlton Television, in 1992, successfully bid £43m to secure the London weekday ITV franchise previously held by Thames Television. [Green hired David Cameron in 1994 and the two men allegedly began preparing “the first live-broadcast mass snuff film in human history” and thereby trigger a lucrative contract for difference on the phony Wells Fargo pass through certificates, WTC 2001]”
“February 24, 2010 11:00 pm Cameron: the consummate spin doctor By Ben Fenton One of the few journalists allowed into the executive dining suite at Carlton Communications’ headquarters in Knightsbridge recalls Michael Green, the famously volatile chairman, lighting one of his cigars after lunch one day. As the room became ever more befogged, David Cameron, Carlton’s fresh-faced director of corporate affairs, reached out to press a button on the wall that opened a window above Mr Green’s chair, allowing the smoke to escape into the summer afternoon. It is a tiny moment that seems emblematic of Mr Cameron’s seven-year career at the company: the autocratic chairman creates an inhospitable atmosphere and it is the job of his deft public relations man to clear the air. Mr Cameron’s Carlton career, his only job outside politics, began in September 1994, when he was 27. The former special adviser had pulled strings to land the post: Annabel Astor, his future mother-in-law, persuaded Mr Green to take on a man with no corporate PR or investor relations experience. The mistrust was mutual. In interviews with seven current or former business journalists who had dealings with Carlton when Mr Cameron worked there between 1994 and 2001, only one had a positive view of him, one was broadly neutral and the others negative. His best-known critic is Jeff Randall, a broadcaster at Sky News. He clashed with Mr Cameron in 1999, when the then editor of Sunday Business got wind of Carlton’s planned – but doomed – merger with one of its two rivals, Lord Hollick’s United News and Media. To this day, Mr Randall believes that Mr Cameron dissuaded him from publishing the story in a way that was dishonest and unacceptable. But Mr Randall is not as angry as he was in 2005, when Mr Cameron, PR-turned-MP, was standing for the Tory leadership. In November, a week before the crucial vote, Mr Randall wrote: “I wouldn’t trust him with my daughter’s pocket money ... Watching Cameron pledge to make Britain ‘the best place in the world to do business’ reminded me just how slippery he was [at Carlton]. ”
“In finance, a contract for difference (or CFD) is a contract between two parties, typically described as "buyer" and "seller", stipulating that the seller will pay to the buyer the difference between the current value of an asset and its value at contract time. (If the difference is negative, then the buyer pays instead to the seller.) In effect CFDs are financial derivatives that allow traders to take advantage of prices moving up (long positions) or prices moving down (short positions) on underlying financial instruments and are often used to speculate on those markets. For example, when applied to equities, such a contract is an equity derivative that allows traders to speculate on share price movements, without the need for ownership of the underlying shares. CFDs are currently available in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Norway, France, Ireland, Japan and Spain. They are not permitted in the United States, due to restrictions by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on over-the-counter (OTC) financial instruments [Hence the need for Cameron and his friends to demolish WTC#7 and destroy evidence being collected by the SEC of Pass-Through Certificates fraud by Wells Fargo and its Canada Square partners at Canary Wharf] … In June 2009, the UK regulator the Financial Services Authority (FSA) implemented a general disclosure regime for CFDs to avoid them being used in insider information cases. This was after a number of high profile cases where positions in CFDs were used instead of physical underlying stock to hide them from the normal disclosure rules related to insider information. … One of the benefits (and risks) of trading CFDs is that they are traded on margin meaning that they provide the trader with leverage. Leverage involves taking a small deposit and using it as a lever to borrow and gain access to a larger equivalent quantity of assets. The margin requirements on CFDs are low meaning that only small amount of money is required to take large positions. .. Although no firm figures are available as trading is off-exchange, it is estimated that CFD related hedging accounts for somewhere between 20% and 40% the volume on the London Stock Exchange (LSE). … CFDs, when offered by providers under the market maker model, have been compared to the bets sold by bucket shops, which flourished in the United States at the turn of the 20th century. These allowed speculators to place highly leveraged bets on stocks generally not backed or hedged by actual trades on an exchange, so the speculator was in effect betting against the house. Bucket shops, colorfully described in Jesse Livermore's semi-autobiographical "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator", are illegal in the United States according to criminal as well as securites law.”
“CMC Markets is a UK based financial derivatives dealer. The company offers online trading in spread betting, Contract for difference (CFDs) and Foreign Exchange (Forex) across world markets. While large part of its activity is in the UK, Europe and Australia, it has presence internationally. … The company was founded in 1989 by Peter Cruddas as a Foreign Exchange market maker under the name 'Currency Management Corporation'. The name was later abbreviated to CMC and then changed to CMC Markets in September 2005. CMC Markets also operated the brand name deal4free.com from 2001 to 2005. The deal4free brand was designed to promote the zero commission charge service which it used primarily for its spread betting business in the UK. Commissions were later re-introduced and this brand was a dropped as part of the re-branding in September 2005. In 1992, CMC Markets became authorised and regulated in the UK by the AFBD which later became the Financial Services Authority (FSA) .. In 2000, CMC Markets began to offer Contracts for difference (CFDs) and the following year it introduced on-line Spread Betting on financial markets. [Allegedly making a fortune for insiders, including members of the Canada Square Odious Debt Syndicate, betting on the value of the Wells Fargo Pass Through Certificates on the Twin Towers double occurrence demolitions]. These two products now make up the bulk of CMC Markets business.”
“Peter Cruddas (born 1953 in Hackney, North London) is an English banker and businessman, the founder of online trading company Currency Management Consultants Ltd. In the 2007 Sunday Times Rich List, he was named the richest man in the City of London, with an estimated fortune of £860 million. Cruddas was appointed Conservative Party co-treasurer in June 2011. In March 2012 it was alleged by The Sunday Times that he had offered access to the Prime Minister David Cameron and the Chancellor George Osborne, for cash donations of between £100,000 and £250,000. Cruddas resigned the same day. .. He left Shoreditch Comprehensive with no qualifications, aged 15, and gained a job as a telex operator for Western Union [Early client of Obama’s law firm Sidley Austin. Western Union client, Jane the Ripper Addams, allegedly used Playfair time-lapse cipher keys to co-ordinate and finance the Whitechapel murdersof 1888] in the City of London. After being made redundant, he worked in the foreign currency trading rooms of various banks, including the Bank of Iran and Marine Midland”
“Stanley Fink, Baron Fink (born 15 September 1957) is a British hedge fund manager, the former CEO and deputy chairman of the Man Group plc .. Fink worked for Citibank [Canada Square partner of Wells Fargo] before the Man Group, where he rose to be CEO from 2000 to 2007. He has been described as the "godfather" of the UK hedge fund industry and has been credited with building the Man Group up to its current status as a FTSE 100 company and the largest listed hedge fund company in the world [allegedly engaged in insider trading with contract for difference in the share values of companies such as Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers]. Lord Fink is a director of a number of financial services companies, including Beetle Capital Partners, Earth Capital Partners, Gencore Ltd, Global Free Holdings Ltd, and Marex Group. Political career In January 2009 he was appointed co-treasurer of the Conservative Party. In 2011, he was made a life peer, taking the title of Baron Fink, of Northwood in the County of Middlesex. Lord and Lady Fink have been guests of David Cameron at Chequers. After the resignation of Peter Cruddas over a cash-for-access controversy, Lord Fink returned to the position of treasurer of the Conservative Party. Fink previously donated £2.62m to the Conservative party.”
“Michael Anthony Ashcroft, Baron Ashcroft, KCMG, (born 4 March 1946), is an international businessman, philanthropist and politician. He holds dual British and Belizean nationality, and is a Belonger of the Turks & Caicos Islands .. He is a former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party [and the former de facto owner of ADT when the formerly named American District Telegraph company’s dispatchers maximized the was responsible for the security of government offices in the Twin Towers and its s told workers to stay in their offices because help was on its way]” … “In 1997, ADT was sold by a reverse takeover to US conglomerate Tyco International for $6.7 billion, allowing Tyco to become tax-efficient. Ashcroft disposed of large amounts of the Tyco stock which he had acquired as a result of the sale of ADT, explaining that he needed the capital to diversify into other things and that he never retained a substantial stake in any enterprise which he did not control. Ashcroft nevertheless continued as a non-executive director of Tyco, a role he still held in 2002 when Tyco CEO, Dennis Kozlowski, was arrested in New York in connection with personal tax offenses.”
Please visit links to the Presidential Field election campaign and learn how a McConnell administration would deal with Cameron’s friends in re their use of spread bets and Contract for difference on Wells Fargo pass-through certificates during the 9/11 attacks.