Thursday, June 27, 2013

#1585: Marine Links Illinois Lesbian Equal Employment Key to Clinton’s Building 7 Amec Entrust Bomb

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the State of Illinois procurement of Nortel Entrust Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for the apparently lesbian-controlled offices of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, to former Junior Senator from New York Hillary Clinton, whose EEOC lesbian associates allegedly used Entrust keys to trigger Amec bombs in WTC7 while BJ established his 9/11 alibi at Amec’s Melbourne offices on 9/12.

See #4:
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks (Revised) 

Prequel 1:
#1584 Marine Links Clinton Pardoned Pedo-Fem Extortionists to Amec WTC 7 18th Floor Bombers

Prequel 2:
Rhodes Scholars Yves Fortier and Bill Clinton Linked To al-Qaeda 9/11 - Hired Hackers - Nortel Networks Tricked - Entrust PKI Spun Off - U.K. MoD


[Limited hang out] Hillary Clinton Defends New York City Trial For 9/11 Terrorists

“The Illinois Senate career of Barack Obama began in with the 1997 swearing in of Obama to his first term in the Illinois Senate and ended with his 2004 election to the United States Senate. During this part of his career, Obama continued teaching constitutional law part-time at the University of Chicago Law School as he had done as a Lecturer from 1992 to 1996 and as a Senior Lecturer from 1996–2008.”

“How to Create a State of Illinois Entrust PKI Account This document consists of a single workflow to create a State of Illinois Entrust PKI account. Prerequisites: You must have your State of Illinois driver’s license or state ID readily available. About this workflow: The example screen shots used here were created in May, 2010, for a resident of Illinois using Windows Vista and Internet Explorer. You may desire to review the entire workflow before beginning. The estimated time of this workflow is 30 minutes. The workflow starts here: Start by going to the State of Illinois website at”


Obama Nominates Lesbian Attorney for Second EEOC Term
Chai Feldblum is the first out LGBT person to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
MAY 24 2013 2:52 PM ET
President Obama has nominated Chai Feldblum, a lesbian attorney and expert on laws affecting LGBT people, the disabled, and health care policy, for a second term on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Human Rights Campaign reports on its blog.

Feldblum’s first term ends July 1. She has been an EEOC member since 2010 and is the first out LGBT person to serve on the commission. A highlight of her first term was last year’s unanimous ruling that discrimination against transgender people amounts to sex discrimination and is therefore banned by federal law.

Feldblum’s initial nomination to the commission was highly controversial, with many conservative activists objecting to her outspoken support for LGBT causes. The Senate failed to confirm her appointment after a hearing in late 2009, so the president used his recess appointment power to put her on the EEOC in March 2010. In December of that year the Senate finally voted to confirm her.

She has taught at Georgetown University Law Center and worked as an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union. She helped draft the Americans With Disabilities Act, a federal law passed in 1990 to protect the rights of disabled people, and the still-pending Employment Non-Discrimination Act.”

Filing a Charge with this Office
If you believe you have been discriminated against by an employer, labor union or employment agency when applying for a job or while on the job because of your race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information, or believe that you have been discriminated against because of opposing a prohibited practice or participating in an equal employment opportunity matter, you may file a charge of discrimination with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). All laws enforced by EEOC, (Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), and Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), except the Equal Pay Act (EPA), require filing a charge with EEOC before a private lawsuit may be filed in court.

To protect your legal rights, it is always best to contact EEOC promptly when discrimination is suspected. There are strict time limits within which charges must be filed. Please review the information for your state, and the specific charge filing instructions for this office.

Charge Filing Procedures

The Chicago office's hours of operation are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you have an employment discrimination question or if you wish to file a charge, please call the EEOC National Contact Center [Formerly run by lesbian radicals out of 18th Floor WTC7] toll-free at 1-800-669-4000 or 1-800-669-6820 (TTY). You may also write the office at 500 West Madison Street, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60661.”

WASHINGTON - Among the tragic events of yesterday was the destruction of the New York District Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), located on the 18th floor of the World Trade Center, Building 7. Gratefully, all district office personnel, along with other residents of the building, were safely evacuated before the structure collapsed late yesterday afternoon.

EEOC Chair Cari M. Dominguez and agency Commissioners and officials have been in frequent contact with New York office director Spencer Lewis, who reports that all agency staff are accounted for and physically safe. He further reports that the "emotional toll is unimaginable," as many of the EEOC workers witnessed the unfolding drama.

Commission Chair Dominguez had this to say: "On Monday, I was in New York City, in Building 7 of the World Trade Center, visiting the staff and announcing the filing of a major lawsuit against Morgan Stanley. Today, that building no longer exists. The announcement that took me to New York simply pales compared to the enormity of human losses that Morgan Stanley and other firms are facing. Our hearts and our thoughts go out to them. Our sympathies and our prayers are with them and their loved ones."

She added, "The EEOC family is donating blood and doing everything we can to help our fellow federal employees at the Pentagon."

A number of steps are being taken to address the impact of this tragedy on staff of the New York office as well as all EEOC personnel, said Chair Dominguez:

A task force has been established to coordinate and provide services from EEOC's Washington headquarters to New York.

EEOC and the General Services Administration are working closely together to find alternative work sites for the agency's New York employees so that EEOC can continue to provide services in that area.

EEOC is working closely with the Office of Personnel Management to establish counseling services for employees in need throughout the country, and additional information about accessing these services will be provided shortly.

Agency officials indicate that the goal of the EEOC is to get the New York employees back in a workplace and fully operational as soon as possible.

EEOC is the federal agency which enforces laws prohibiting workplace discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex [unless it is heterosexual encounters between Caucasian adults], national origin, age, or disability. Further information about the agency is available on the EEOC's Web site at:

This page was last modified on September 12, 2001.”
“May 7, 2001
Security Blanket
Public Key Infrastructure unlocks e-government potential.
Nearly everyone recognizes the Internet's vast potential to remake government.  Since the dawn of the Web, public officials have promoted the notion that online transactions between agencies and their constituents and business partners will spark huge gains in government efficiency and user-friendliness.

But moving face-to-face dealings into the virtual world comes with its share of challenges, not the least of which are verifying the identity of those involved in the transaction and shielding the entire matter from prying eyes.  A growing number of states are turning to digital signature technology to solve these challenges and equip themselves to conduct some of government's most sensitive transactions electronically.”
Illinois is first in line for new 'public-key infrastructure'
WASHINGTON — If all goes well, Illinois companies will soon be the first in the nation to do business, electronically and simultaneously, with both the federal and state governments.”
The states public-key infrastructure program, which uses digital certificates to authenticate users for electronic transactions, will be standardized on Entrust Technologies Inc.s system, said Brent Crossland, deputy technology officer for Illinois, speaking Monday at the Entrust SecureSummit 2001 conference in San Diego.”

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  1. Clinton under guard in Australia

    September 12, 2001 Posted: 12:31 PM EDT (1631 GMT)

    BRISBANE, Australia -- The terror strikes on New York and Washington caught Australian Prime Minister John Howard and former U.S. President Bill Clinton away from their homes.

    Clinton was taking a break in the Australian resort of Port Douglas, where he was placed under guard, while Howard was in the United States.

    Clinton had been taking a break in the northern state of Queensland after recent speaking engagements in Sydney and Melbourne.

    He arrived in the resort town Tuesday morning and spent the day snorkeling and speaking with locals.

    [Former President Bill Clinton speaks out about the attacks on Tuesday while in Australia]

    But he was kept out of sight Wednesday as police threw a security cordon around him.

    Clinton had been scheduled to travel to Taiwan on Wednesday but postponed his trip.

    "He'll obviously want to return to the U.S. as soon as possible," Queensland Premier Peter Beattie said.

    Howard was able to offer on-the-spot support to Australia's large ally and was feted on Washington's Capitol Hill on Wednesday.

    Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, meanwhile, was stranded in Austria as many airlines canceled flights to the United States and U.S. airports remained closed Wednesday morning.

    Gore was in Vienna, where he had been scheduled to speak to the Internet Service Providers Austria on the future of the Internet. In a written statement to the Austria Press Agency, Gore condemned the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington as "an unspeakably evil act."


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