McConnell claims that MI-3 World Traders agents sent Cameron to Hong Kong in 1985 to learn how to operate the Jardine-Logica software for the control of assets moving through extorted global supply chains and he further claims that Cameron’s career to Number #10 has been financed by proceeds of JLT* Kill Team Kinnect insurance frauds.
JLT = Jardine Lloyd Thompson
McConnell notes that Ship Jumper Dave has ordered CGI to integrate Jardine-Logica asset tracking software into the Kill Team Kinnect cloud and the Obamacare insurance racket.
MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt - Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1714: Marine Links MI-3 Desmarais Kill Team Kinnect to CSEC Petrobras Key for Air France Nose-up Stall
#1660 Marine Links MI-2 Murder-For-Hire Livery Lottery to Prince Andrew GAPAN, Air France 447 Nose-Up Stall Prequel 3: Analysis of AF447 ACARS
Air France 447 CRASH SIMULATION By: Ciro X9
TCAS Warning Airbus 320 Full Flight Simulator
“The aircraft involved in the accident was an Airbus A330-203, with manufacturer serial number 660, registered as F-GZCP. This airliner first flew on 25 February 2005. The aircraft was powered by two General Electric CF6-80E1A3 engines with a maximum thrust of 68,530/60,400 lb (take-off/max continuous)pg17sec1.2.1 giving it a cruise speed range of Mach 0.82–0.86 (871–913 km/h, 470–493 KTAS, 540 – 566 mph), at 35,000 ft (10.7 km altitude) and a range of 12,500 km (6750 nmi, 7760 statute miles). On 17 August 2006, the A330 was involved in a ground collision with Airbus A321-211F-GTAM, at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris. F-GTAM was substantially damaged while F-GZCP suffered only minor damage. The aircraft underwent a major overhaul on 16 April 2009, [allegedly modified for the TCAS hack in Toulouse] and at the time of the accident had accumulated 18,870 flying hours. The aircraft made 24 flights from Paris, to and from 13 different destinations worldwide, between 5 and 31 May 2009.”
“Airbus outsources application management to Logica - 10 Jun 2009...
www.computing.co.uk › News › Strategy › Services and Outsourcing Jun 10, 2009 - Airbus outsources application management to Logica ... and Toulouse, local to Airbus' European operations, supported by a centre in Chennai, ...
Operational support lifts off at Airbus - We do www.logica.co.uk/...logica/.../operational%20support%20lifts%20off%2... The Support Centre has helped Airbus improve operational support – year on year. ...Headquartered in Toulouse, France, it is part of the European Aeronautical ... of Procurement at Support Centre, Airbus says “It is a great tribute to Logica ...”
“Airbus signs £10m outsourcing deal with Logica Blended delivery model combines local and offshore resources
By Computerworld UK reporter | Computerworld UK | Published 17:04, 10 June 09
Aircraft maker Airbus has signed a three year outsourcing deal for software maintenance, service and support with Logica.
The contract combines local and offshore resources, with services delivered from sites in Hamburg and Toulouse, supported by a centre in Chennai, India, to cut development costs.
Airbus has contracted Logica to manage its document management, archiving, groupware and knowledge management applications.
Airbus looks to Atos for enterprise content management system overhaul
Airbus deploys big data platform to build A350 XWB just right
Logica culls 1,300 jobs
“Our blended delivery model allows us to provide customers with a seamless network of international expertise and experience that can be leveraged to optimise cost and risk," said Torsten Strass, chief executive of Logica in Germany.
"Our customers will benefit from local teams on site and from international teams that have in-depth technical expertise and experience delivering large scale outsourcing projects.””
“LOGICA BUYS JARDINE MATHESON'S STAKE IN THEIR JOINT VENTURE by CBR Staff Writer| 27 April 1988 Logica Plc has bought Jardine Matheson Plc's stake in their Jardine Logica 50-50 joint venture for an undisclosed sum: the Hong Kong company becomes Logica Systems.”
“The PM’s trip to China reminds Guido that he has a little factoid that he hasn’t seen anywhere else, namely that during Dave’s 1985 gap year he worked for Jardine Matheson, before going up to Oxford. Young Cameron worked for three months in Hong Kong as a ‘ship jumper’ for Jardine Shipping Agencies. Dave was responsible for attending to ships when they called at Hong Kong. His tasks ranged from taking care of all the formalities with the customs and immigration authorities, to looking after travel and personal arrangements for crew members. Did his time in Hong Kong teach him to work hard and invest wisely – or did it encourage him to squander his salary in the bars of Wan Chai? Guido can confirm that there are many exciting diversions for a young man in Hong Kong…
The political relevance of this is that Jardine Matheson is one of the original Hong Kong trading houses or “Hongs” and Jardine Matheson’s early profits were based on selling opium to the Chinese. When the Chinese emperor tried to ban the trade, the company called on Britain to intervene, leading to the 1839 Opium War. This is not viewed well in China, something to be borne in mind when the former lackey of the oppressors is lecturing them about human rights…”
“The Worshipful Company of World Traders is one of the 109 Livery Companies of the City of London. Following in the tradition of the HEIC, the Guild of World Traders was formed in 1985 [when Cameron was sent to Hong Kong] and it became a Company in 1993. Its petition for livery status was granted by the Court of Aldermen with effect from 2000. The Worshipful Company draws its membership from the international trade fraternity, with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of, and standards of practice in, world trade. The Company ranks 101st in the order of precedence of the City Livery Companies. Its motto is Commerce and Honest Friendship with All, taken from Thomas Jefferson's inaugural Presidential speech.
The founding of the World Traders Association movement gave rise to the creation of trading complexes in over 160 cities throughout the world. London was the first in Europe, built in St Katharine's Dock beside the Tower of London (though this World Trade Centre closed in 1994). Over 1,000 years earlier the same land was used by the Knighten Guild to trade in foreign goods, and in 1979 the then Lord Mayor, Sir Peter Gadsden, suggested that this tradition be revived by the creation of the Guild of World Traders to represent members of the international trading community in the City of London.
The Company's founding Master was Mr Peter Drew OBE. From the outset the World Traders were determined to be a working Guild, only accepting members from the international trade fraternity, with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of, and standards of practice in, world trade.”
“Jardine Lloyd Thompson’s boss banging the drum for City insurers
Published: 05 March 2013
Forget bashing bankers — we should be heralding the success of London’s insurance industry, the boss of Jardine Lloyd Thompson claimed today.
Dominic Burke said the City continued to attract insurers from all over the world despite the UK’s economic problems.
With just about every underwriter and broker based near Lloyd’s of London, he said it was time the focus shifted a little.
“Insurance is a great story,” he added.
“All people seem to do is bash banks but we mustn’t forget to be proud of the London insurance market, which continues to be a world beater.”
His comments were made as JLT, an insurance broker, reported a 17% rise in pre-tax profits to £156.8 million in 2012.
The performance was driven by strong growth in its Asian and Latin American businesses as well as its domestic units.
JLT plans to strip out £12 million in costs in the business by 2014 and Burke admitted he had one eye on the FTSE 100 as his FTSE 250 company continues to get bigger. xxxxxxx“We are making progress,” he said. “The business has got real momentum, which gives us the confidence in our ability to grow year on year.””
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