Friday, August 2, 2013

#1632: Marine Links Cisco E Division in the Middle to Paulson Dial-a-Yield Boston Bombs, Nuclear Drill

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedCisco’s apparent support for man-in-the-middle propaganda attacks on the United States government through RCMP “E” Division war rooms in Surrey, B.C., to RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson’s alleged use of Cisco network timing protocols (NTP) which triggered or threaten to trigger dial-a-yield bombs during the Boston Marathon and Vibrant Response, a phony nuclear drill scheduled in Indiana August 1 -18, 2013.

McConnell is disrupting an ongoing conspiracy by Paulson et al to convert Cisco’s E Division into a Virtual Pentagon for the coordination of nuclear drills, mass escapes from Middle East jails and Embassy shut downs, where apparently-unrelated ‘Wag the Dog’ events camouflage plans to extort concessions from sovereign governments with dial-a-yield bomb technology originally procured by former Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) and CAI Special Investor, the late General Alexander Haig.

Prequel 1:
August 1, 2013 - Threat Window - Operation Blackjack - remnants of Haig's OCTOpus - Cisco air gap for SIPRnet and NIPRnet platforms - RCMP E Division

Crown Agents

Serco clock Cisco dial-a-yield

Cisco E Division relayed MitM trigger signals to dial-a-yield CTV pressure cooker bombs in Boston

WTF! 1,000 Inmates Escape from Benghazi Libya Prison

Hundreds of Taliban in tunnel jail escape [Cisco E Division MitM attack on Corrections Service Canada]

August 2013: USA Nuclear Drills- Middle East War Looming August 2nd, 2013


Variable yield—or dial-a-yield—is an option available on most modern nuclear weapons. It allows the operator to specify a weapon's yield, or explosive power, allowing a single design to be used in different situations. For example, the Mod-10 B61 bomb had selectable explosive yields of 0.3, 5, 10 or 80 kilotons, depending on how the ground crew set a dial inside the casing when it was loaded onto an aircraft.

Variable yield technology has existed since at least the early 1960s. Examples of variable yield weapons include the B61 nuclear bomb family, B83W80W85, and WE177Awarheads.

Most modern nuclear weapons are Teller–Ulam design type thermonuclear weapons, with a fission primary stage and a fusion (or fission) secondary stage which is collapsed by the energy from the primary. These offer at least three methods to vary yield:

Varying primary yield by boosting with fusion, using small amounts of deuterium / tritium gas inside the primary fission bomb to increase its yield. Typically, the gas is injected a few seconds before detonation and the amount used can be preset.

Varying primary yield by varying the timing or use of external neutron initiators (ENIs).[1] These are small particle accelerators that cause a brief fusion reaction by accelerating deuterium into a tritium target (or potentially vice-versa), producing a short energetic pulse of neutrons. Precise timing of the ENI pulse as the nuclear primary's pit is collapsing can significantly affect yield, and the rate of neutron injection can also be controlled.

Shutting down the thermonuclear secondary, either by firing the primary at low enough yield that it does not compress the secondary sufficiently to ignite, or by blocking energy transport inside the warhead briefly as the primary is firing using shutters or a similar mechanism. If the primary's energy starts to disperse through the radiation case before being focused on the secondary then the secondary will likely never detonate.

All current British nuclear warheads incorporate variable yield technology as standard.[2] [Variable yield patent pool brokered by former Rose Law patent lawyer Hillary Clinton and Serco at US Patent Office]

"July 27, 2006 After September 11, 2001, U.S. Department of Defense accelerated new Continuity of Operations (COOP) plans ..  "virtual Pentagon"  using networking, IP, videoconferencing, mass storage, and data transmitting technology  ..  collaborating and communicating during  worst-case scenario .. pre-9/11 network consisted of non-integrated, separate transport layers ..  project  network-centric environment  included Pentagon and backup sites away from  Pentagon ..  CCSP team opened the project to bids ..  chose EDS teamed with Cisco Gold Certified Partner Verizon Federal Inc., headquartered in Arlington, Virginia .. Work on $10 million project started April 2003 completed in December 2005 ..  new Cisco technologies ..  dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) boosts bandwidth .. Verizon portion of project put in place solid rings for transport technology to interconnect Pentagon and various Pentagon communities ..  Verizon and Cisco test lab within Pentagon  as part of  planning effort ..  integrated with other vendors and subcontractors [E Division Entrust PKI from Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates and wireless repeaters for crime scene command from McLean Group’s Signal Systems] used  to replicate  network before implementation to  ensure  infrastructure can withstand  events similar to terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001."

Our Headquarters is Relocating to 14200 Green Timbers Way, Surrey, BC Starting January 2013
The RCMP E Division Headquarters Relocation Project is a major Crown initiative to relocate and consolidate existing RCMP headquarters units throughout the Metro Vancouver to a new site in the City of Surrey known as the Green Timbers Site.

The project is being procured as a public-private partnership  [allegedly covertly  equipped by Cisco for MitM attacks on the United States through Paulson’s 1999 raid on Starnet in Vancouer and theft  of Entrust public key infrastructure rootkit – Google Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates 1993 Entrust Cisco]. The Government of Canada and Green Timbers Accommodation Partners signed a Project Agreement on April 22, 2010, whereby Green Timbers Accommodation Partners has agreed to a fixed price of $966 million to design, build, finance and maintain the facility for a term ending 25 years after construction.

Right now, Integrated Units and RCMP E Division headquarters’ employees are working out of 25 separate locations throughout Metro Vancouver. A new headquarters facility will help the RCMP improve teamwork, operations and community safety.

Of the 9500 RCMP employees in BC, 7000* are RCMP police officers responsible for front-line policing such as responding to emergency calls, criminal investigations, traffic services and crime prevention.

They also work on initiatives that expand beyond BC’s borders; for example, organized crime, immigration, customs, national security and commercial crime.

About 2500 of the 9500 RCMP employees in BC are Civilian Members, federal Public Service and municipal employees delivering essential support services that help strengthen the RCMP’s crime reduction efforts. They work in community relations roles and within our headquarters managing business, training and administrative duties that are important to our operations.”

Army to hold anti-terrorist training in Central Indiana
By The Associated Press
Posted July 25, 2013 at 9:12 a.m.
EDINBURGH, Ind. — About 5,500 military and civilian personnel from across the country will converge on central Indiana next week for a training exercise to simulate the response to a terrorist attack.
The Army says the exercise named Vibrant Response will start Tuesday and run until Aug. 17 at Camp Atterbury and surrounding 
areas. Camp Atterbury is about 30 miles south of Indianapolis.

The training will include urban and aerial search-and-rescue missions, simulated decontamination operations, airlifts and medical training. The rescue exercises will include extractions from rubble piles.”

“CTV News .. Bradley Klapper, The Associated Press
Published Friday, August 2, 2013 7:43AM EDT
Last Updated Friday, August 2, 2013 7:19PM EDT
WASHINGTON -- The United States issued an extraordinary global travel warning to Americans Friday about the threat of an al Qaeda attack and closed down 21 embassies and consulates across the Muslim world for the weekend.

The alert was the first of its kind since an announcement preceding the tenth anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks. This one comes with the scars still fresh from last year's deadly Sept. 11 attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, and with the Obama administration and Congress determined to prevent any similar breach of an American Embassy or consulate.

"There is a significant threat stream and we're reacting to it," said Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He told ABC News in an interview to be aired Sunday that the threat was "more specific" than previous ones and the "intent is to attack Western, not just U.S. interests."

News: Nuclear response training exercise conducted by Michigan National Guard
Soldiers of Task Force 46 and the 126 Press Camp Headquarters, Michigan Army National Guard, are participating in Exercise Vibrant Response 2013 at Camp Atterbury, Ind. (Photo by SSG Helen Miller, MIARNG)

CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind.- Soldiers of Task Force 46 and the 126 Press Camp Headquarters, Michigan Army National Guard, are participating in Exercise Vibrant Response 2013 at Camp Atterbury, Ind.

Vibrant Response is a training exercise that rigorously tests the planning, logistical, operational and other states of readiness of the Michigan Army National Guard and other National Guard units that may respond in the event of a chemical, biological, nuclear or radiological event within the continental United States.

“It is truly an honor and privilege for the Michigan Army National Guard to be selected to participate in Exercise Vibrant Response,” said Brig. Gen. Burton Francisco, Commander of Task Force 46. “This is an important training exercise which will help ensure that the Michigan Army National Guard and other intergovernmental agencies are able to provide effective and timely support to civil authorities in the event of a chemical, nuclear, biological or radiological attack anywhere in the United States.”

Task Force 46, the 126 PCH and other soldiers from the Michigan Army National Guard arrived at Camp Atterbury on July 30, 2013, and will complete their participation in Vibrant Response in early August.”

Before the Abu Ghraib Jailbreak: Militant Escapes in Iraq and Afghanistan
Noah Rayman July 23, 2013
Sunni insurgents assaulted Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison on Monday in an astonishing attack that reportedly freed hundreds of inmates, including leading members of al-Qaeda. The jailbreak has raised fears that a rising Sunni insurgency will once again destabilize a country riven by sectarian divisions. U.S. forces withdrew from Iraq nearly two years ago.

Prison breaks have plagued security efforts in both Afghanistan and Iraq since the U.S. invaded those countries in 2003 and 2001, respectively. Below are some of the more high profile attempts at jailbreak in the past decade.”

Afghanistan's great escape: how 480 Taliban prisoners broke out of jail
It may not have been Stalag Luft III, but the escape from Sarpoza prison in Kandahar was pretty ingenious
Jon Boone in Kabul

The Guardian, Monday 25 April 2011 19.38 BST
Kandahar's prison may not be Stalag Luft III but in terms of ingenuity, organisation and sheer cunning the successful break-out by at least 480Taliban prisoners in the early hours of Monday morning rivals anything pulled off by British POWs in the infamous German prison camp.

According to people involved in the break-out, the Taliban's great escape began with a team of 18 insurgents on the outside spending five months burrowing hundreds of metres underground through the brown soil west of Kandahar city and into Sarpoza prison, taking their tunnel right into the prison's political section where hundreds of Taliban were held.

As the great escape was a break-in rather than a break-out, there was no need to surreptitiously get rid of the earth inside the camp; according to one local media report, the Kandahar plotters simply sold lorry loads of the earth in the city's bazaar from a tunnel stretching a reported 320 metros.

The starting point was a compound directly opposite the prison that from the outside looked like any one of hundreds of building companies that have popped up in areas awash with reconstruction dollars.

But the metal and concrete beams made there were not for building US-sponsored projects. Instead they were used to support a part of the tunnel that went directly underneath a section of Afghanistan's most important road: the stretch of Highway One running between the cities of Kandahar and Herat.”

Huff Post … Libya Prison Escape: More Than 1,000 Inmates Break From Jail Near Benghazi
By ESAM MOHAMED 07/27/13 04:34 PM ET EDT
 TRIPOLI, Libya — More than a thousand inmates escaped a prison Saturday in Libya as protesters stormed political party offices across the country, signs of the simmering unrest gripping a nation overrun by militias and awash in weaponry.

It wasn't immediately clear if the jailbreak at al-Kweifiya prison came as part of the demonstrations. Protesters had massed across Libya over the killing of an activist critical of the country's Muslim Brotherhood group.

Inmates started a riot and set fires after security forces opened fire on three detainees who tried to escape the facility outside of Benghazi, a security official at al-Kweifiya prison said. Gunmen quickly arrived to the prison after news of the riot spread, opening fire with rifles outside in a bid to free their imprisoned relatives, a Benghazi-based security official said.”

 “12. RCMP Sergeant (now Commissioner) Robert Paulson As a member of the RCMP’s Southwest Major Crime group, then Sgt.  Robert Paulson was extensively involved in the missing women’s investigations. His name appears hundreds of times in the documents disclosed to the Commission. According to Dep. Chief Evans, in March of  2000, Sgt. Paulson and Sgt. Davidson “approached Chief Superintendent  Bass with a proposal to create a coordinated effort to review the unsolved homicides and the Missing Women”.35 Despite these efforts, it would take another year before the JFO was formed.”

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