Friday, May 24, 2013

#1533: Marine Links Gorelick IMDb Snuff-Film Keys to Cameron 7/7 and Woolwich ITV

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Jamie Gorelick’s keys to a pay-per-view snuff-film archive, apparently embedded in the Amazon Internet Movie Database (IMDb), to ultra vires authorities allegedly given by the former Carlton/ITV Director of Corporate Affairs David Cameron, for live-broadcast news of the 7/7 bombings and the Woolwich killing on ITV.

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#1530: Marine Links Amazon Gorelick’s Pedophile Database to Duffy’s Cold Squad Boston Bombs

Woolwich machete attack: David Cameron talks bollocks

Woolwich Islamic Terrorist Attack Interview MUST SEE ITV News

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 Peter Power 7/7 Terror Rehearsal

Woolwich killing: meat cleaver, knife and jihadist claims filmed on mobile
• British soldier dead in suspected terror attack in London
• Knife attack near barracks 'an eye for an eye', says suspect
• Killing in street is 'absolutely sickening' says prime minister, Wednesday 22 May 2013 21.39 BST
 A man suspected of staging a terrorist attack that left a British soldier dead near a military barracks in London, was caught on camera clutching a meat cleaver and knife in hands apparently covered in the blood of his victim, as he justified the violence as part of a jihadist-inspired fight against the west.

The incident happened in broad daylight, 400 metres from the perimeter of the Royal Artillery barracks, in Woolwich, south-east London, sparking a terrorist alert that saw the government crisis committee Cobra convene in emergency session. Hours later, David Cameron, who was in Paris and was due to return , described what had occurred as "an absolutely sickening attack".

Witnesses said a man was hacked at by two assailants with weapons including a machete, carrying strong echoes of attacks abroad, at about 2.20pm. It is understood that the victim was a soldier, although neither his identity nor profession was confirmed . It is believed the person died after suffering knife injuries, possibly around the head.

The two men remained on the scene, until armed police arrived up to 20 minutes later. They were shot and apprehended by armed officers and taken to two separate hospitals where they were being treated for their injuries under armed guard in the aftermath of the first al-Qaida inspired attack to claim a life on British soil since the 7 July bombings in London in 2005.

As counter-terrorism officials raced to work out if the incident was a random, macabre event or the start of a trend, astonishing footage emerged which explained why the government was so quick to treat it as a terrorist attack.
In mobile phone video footage first broadcast by ITV News, one of the suspects was seen brandishing a cleaver and a knife. With the body of the victim lying yards away, the man said: "We swear by almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you. The only reason we have done this is because Muslims are dying every day. This British soldier is an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth."
Speaking in a British accent, the man said: "We must fight them. I apologise that women had to witness this today. But in our land, our women have to see the same. You people will never be safe. Remove your government, they don't care about you.”
In January 1992, Carlton strengthened its media library when it acquired Pickwick Group, which in turn was re-branded and merged with the existing Carlton library to create Carlton Visual Entertainment. The company acquired a 20% stake in GMTV a month after it won the ITV breakfast franchise 1991 and bought 18% stake in Independent Television News in 1993.[5] Carlton increased its stake in Central Television to 81% in 1994[5] and two years later added Westcountry Television to its portfolio.[5] The acquisition of Central made Carlton one of the largest television producers in the UK, when include Action Time and Planet 24 were added to Green's empire.[10]

Future Prime Minister David Cameron became Director of Corporate Affairs for Carlton from July 1994 to February 2001, his only venture into employment outside of the political world.[11][12] Within six months the Company expressed their concerns that the government 'must allow ITV firms the commercial freedom already granted to the BBC to expand their businesses abroad' and that the restrictions of the 1990 Broadcasting Act should be replaced by normal competition policy, allowing further consolidation among ITV companies.

Carlton expanded its non-TV interests by acquiring the cinema advertising company Rank Screen Advertising, renaming it Carlton Screen Advertising, and strengthened its control when it acquired Cinema Media, the UK’s biggest cinema sales house at the time from Schroder ventures,[13][14] In 1997, along with Granada plc and British Sky Broadcasting, Carlton bid successfully for the UK national digital terrestrial television licence. Sky was excluded from the eventual company, ONdigital, for competition reasons, and this marked the start of Granada and Carlton working more closely together.[15]

In early January 1999, the company bought ITC television and film library from PolyGram/Seagram for £91 million, which reunited the programme library of Associated Television and Central Television and doubled the stock of its library division Carlton International, by giving it a total of 15,000 hours of programming. Carlton chairman Michael Green said: 'The ITC library is a jewel in the crown. We can now unite it with the other gems from Britain's film and television heritage in our excellent library.'[16] From September 1999, Central and Westcountry Television were re-banded the on-air to Carlton.[17] This later paved the way for the eventual downgrading of all of ITV's regional identities, though the names were never fully dropped as their news programmes Central Newsand Westcountry Live continued, and eventually returned to the air (albeit as ITV1 Central and ITV1 Westcountry) in 2004. In 2000, United Business & Media proposed a merger with Carlton.[18]However, the parties were outmanoeuvred by Granada, who took over only the television interests of UNM (the rest of the company remains in existence). HTV[disambiguation needed]'s broadcast sides and ITV franchise rights (though not the majority of its production facilities) were sold to Carlton[5] for competition reasons, becoming the company's final major acquisition.

In 1999, Technicolor continued expansion with the acquisitions of wholly owned businesses in Canada and Australia and started the development of digital cinema within two years. In 2001, Technicolor was sold to Thomson multimedia for $1.9bn and[19] in 2002 ITV Digital (the renamed ONdigital) collapsed.[20]
In late 2003, Carlton and Granada finally agreed to merge. While described as a merger, it was essentially a take-over by Granada - the Granada shareholders would own two-thirds of the new company, Charles Allen would remain as Chief Executive, and Michael Green would depart the company he had built.[21] After the merger, the Granada brand would remain as the name of the Granada Television and of the Granada Productions brand. In contrast, the Carlton franchises dropped the Carlton name for local programming from the day of the merger (2 February 2004) with the Carlton network production brand disappearing from 1 November 2004; even the London weekday franchise started trading as ITV1 London (Weekdays), and was operationally (though not legally) merged with London Weekend Television as ITV London. The Carlton brand, which is now only used by Carlton Screen Advertising (and then only in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), is owned by Dermot Hanrahan.”
Government The US Federal Bridge Certification Authority [Rootkit stolen by UK MoD’s Bettina Jordan Barber for ultra vires delegation of licence to make pay-per-view snuff-films embedded in Jamie Gorelick's IMDb]In the late 90s, the General Services Administration (GSA) took the lead in facilitating the interoperability of agency PKIs and established a working group and the Federal PKI Policy Authority (FPKIPA) to help guide the development of the US Federal government's PKI infrastructure.

One of FPKIPA's centerpiece achievements is the establishment and operation of the Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA). The FBCA helps facilitate and simplify secure information exchange by enabling cross-certified agencies' PKIs to recognize and trust digital signatures and certificates sent from and between other participating government organizations. This enables agencies to further expand the benefits achieved from PKI.

Entrust has worked closely with GSA and our Federal customers on building the US Federal PKI architecture and Entrust technology forms the basis of the fully-functional FBCA. Click here for the full listing of agencies cross-certified with the FBCA. The majority of the government entities cross-certified with the Federal Bridge are Entrust customers, including:

Department of Homeland Security
US Patent and Trademark Office
See the following links in order to learn more about PKI and authentication in the US Federal government:
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1 comment:

  1. The video links no longer work. Can they be found anywhere else?


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