Thursday, October 17, 2013

#1724: Marine Asks MI-3 Marriott Innholders – Where Did Sam Cam Stay for Twin Towers Black Cat Bombs?

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell is asking Marriott agents in the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to find out where Samantha Cameron stayed in New York during the apparent demolition of the WTC Twin Towers allegedly triggered by the ignition of Li & Fung Black Cat incendiary bombs.

McConnell claims that after the failure to demolish the Twin Towers in 1993, the MI-3 co-founders – his sister Kristine ‘Con Air’ Marcy and the former RCMP Commissioner, Norman ‘KPMG’ Inkster – equipped the Innholders with CGI Expedia and Skynet keys which would have been needed to book expert ‘al-Qaeda’ saboteurs and expendables into hotels such as the Marriott in WTC#3 and deliver Black Cat incendiaries on the “Just-in-time” supply chains of the Westfield Malls under the Twin Towers.

McConnell notes that Li & Fung, a prime contractor for Livery Company supply chains, share the symbol used for the Black Cat incendiaries with the Industrial Workers of the World whose M.O., as Sam Cam’s ship-jumping husband must know, includes sabotage and guild ownership of the means of production.

Disambiguation:

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. 

Prequel 1:
#1718: Marine Links MI-3 Innholders to Logica-Mandarin Murder for Hire and the Obamacare Navy Yard Card

WTC Tower 2 Debris Crushes Marriott, slow motion [Note CGI-sponsored son et lumiere event ad at www.QuebecNewYork.com at 0:26!!]


David Cameron: wife Samantha was missing in New York on 9/11
Samantha Cameron was in New York on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks and could not be contacted by her family for five hours, the Prime Minister disclosed.
By Rosa Prince, Political Correspondent
4:09PM BST 25 May 2011

Underlining his appreciation of the impact the atrocity had on America, David Cameron spoke for the first time at his joint press conference with President Barack Obama about his own anxious wait for news of his missing wife.

Mrs Cameron, then 30, was pregnant with their first child, Ivan, when she flew into New York the day before the 9/11 terrorist attacks to open the Manhattan branch of Smythson, the upmarket stationery firm she still works as a consultant for.

She was in the store, a few miles away from Ground Zero on 61st Street and Madison Avenue, when the planes flew into the Towers.

With phone connections down across Manhattan, Mr Cameron, who had been elected as an MP a few months earlier, was unable to reach his wife.

Meanwhile, Mrs Cameron was caught up in “chaotic” scenes as, without a television in the shop, she was forced to ask passers-by what was happening downtown.

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The Prime Minister told British and American journalists at London’s Lancaster House: "My wife Samantha was in Manhattan on 9/11 and I will never forget the five hours of trying to get hold of her and she will never forget the New Yorkers she met that day or the sense of solidarity that she felt that day and we have felt ever since that day.

"Today, as we come up to its 10th anniversary, we should remember the spirit of that city and the sympathy we feel with those who lost their loved ones."

A No 10 insider said: “Samantha of course wanted to let David know that she was OK but with all the phones down she just couldn’t get through.

“It was a relief for him when they were finally able to speak, about five hours after the attacks. 

“She had been due to come home but was forced to stay a few more days because the air space was shut following the atrocity.

“It was a strange time in New York, and, like everyone there, she found herself chatting to strangers about what had happened.

“Samantha has spoken to David about her experiences on those days, and, even though she was not harmed or seriously alarmed, it helped them both gain an insight into the impact of terrorism on people’s lives.”

“WTC 3 (also known as the World Trade Center Hotel, the Vista Hotel, and the Marriott Hotel) was almost completely destroyed as a result of the September 11 attacks due to debris from the collapse of the adjacent WTC 1 and WTC 2. This chapter describes the structural design and construction features of the building as well as details of its collapse. The information contained in this section is based on architectural and structural design drawings dating to 1978, photographs, written reports and articles, videotape recordings, and interviews with Marriott staff. Steel shop drawings were not available for review. “

Monday, 1 July 2013 By epmadmin
The EP Weekend People Story: PB Jacobse
EP hosted a dinner event at The Innholders Hall this week, with Pieter-Bas Jacobse (PB) managing director of “Rhubarb”

While enjoying a phenomenal nine course menu designed by Michelin Star Chef Herbert Berger with accompanying wines, guests were entertained by PB as he told the story of “Rhubarb” and recounted some of the more entertaining anecdotes from his own personal journey.

Having begun his career in his native Netherlands, PB moved to New York for a four year stint in the mid-nineties. Working at The Waldorf Astoria [original was built by Sam Cam’s stepfather’s ancestors, William Waldorf Astor, whose Waldorf Hotel was opened in 1893, and his cousin, John Jacob Astor IV, whose Astoria Hotel was opened four years later in 1897] he recounted how on his first day a waiter was killed following an accident with a renegade dinner plate and on his second day he shook hands with President Bill Clinton – “It was never dull, that was for sure!”. He worked his way up from Head Waiter to Director of the Bull & Bear Restaurant and also Oscar’s and is proud to have been inducted into “The Waldorf Astoria Distinguished Alumni Club” for his efforts.”

I Was In The World Trade Center When The Planes Hit
by Dermot Finch
11 September 2013 21 Comments

I was eating breakfast in the Marriott Hotel and watching Tracey Ullman when burning debris started landing on the roof in front of me. Then the second plane hit above my head and it was time to move... Moments before this I'd been eating breakfast and watching the news

On September 11th 2001, I was staying at the Marriott World Trade Center – the hotel at the foot of the Twin Towers. I was a diplomat at the British Embassy in Washington DC – posted there by Gordon Brown’s Treasury. I was at the Trade Center for two days, attending a conference on the US economy. My room looked directly onto the South Tower, across the roof of the Marriott.

I woke up that morning, ordered breakfast, and was watching Tracey Ullman on NBC’s Today Show. Fruit, yogurt, coffee. Nice close-up view of the South Tower. Then stuff started landing outside my bedroom window, onto the hotel roof right in front of me – burning debris, flying papers, and a very bad burning smell. I thought it was a bomb.

Tracey was still talking to Katie Couric on the TV. I stuck my head out the bedroom door. No evacuation announcement. Katie announced that a small plane had hit the North Tower. A one-off. Outside on the Marriott roof, it was looking really bad: more burning stuff falling within inches of my window. It was time to go.

I packed my case, and left my room. Went down the stairs, and got to the big lobby – which was packed with people. By this time, it was nearly 9am. I joined the line to exit the building. Just as I was leaving, the second plane hit the South Tower, right above our heads. Lots more stuff starting falling down, and we were pushed back inside. Some injured people were pulled in from the sidewalk, quite bad.

People started calling on the pay phones, because mobiles weren’t working.

Panic started. This wasn’t an accident any more. There could be more planes.

The ground outside had the same stuff on it as the Marriott roof – burning fireballs, random papers, and that smell.

I was on my own, didn’t know anyone and didn’t speak to anyone. Nearer 9.30, they started letting everyone out. Don’t look up, run, and keep going. The ground outside had the same stuff on it as the Marriott roof – burning fireballs, random papers, and that smell. I didn’t look up, ran across West Street, and kept walking. Got clear of the Towers, with my suitcase, and called my sister in Newark. Clear of the Towers, and walking down to Battery Park, I could see things more clearly. That blue sky, after the rain the night before. The top floors, trapped. The jumpers, quite a lot of them. People taking photos. I watched for a bit, didn’t take any photos, just watched. That’s when I realised how serious it was. Then I carried on walking.

I ended up on Wall Street.

It sounded like another plane was hitting. But it was the South Tower falling, about four blocks away. I turned the corner of Wall Street, and saw that massive cloud coming towards me. I dumped my suitcase, and legged it down Broad Street, past Wall St metro station. The cloud was yards behind me. To my right, a side entrance, with a metal shutter. An NY policeman let me and one other person inside. It was the New York Stock Exchange – strangely appropriate, for a Treasury diplomat. Within five seconds, the NYSE shutter came down. I was lucky to be inside. Outside, people were getting engulfed.

I was taken down to the basement, given a bottle of water and left there for over an hour. Circles of women were praying. For a while, I thought we weren’t going to get out. This was probably the most frightening bit. Then we were allowed up to the trading floor of the Stock Exchange. I stayed there for another couple of hours, watching the Pentagon and the collapsed Towers. Then we were allowed out.

Out on the street, the ground was covered in thick powder. Like grey snow. Hardly anyone was around. I walked away along Wall Street, under the Brooklyn Bridge, through Chinatown and Little Italy up to Midtown. Five or six miles to the British Consulate. They were expecting me. I was taken straight to the Consul-General’s office. Asked him for some cigarettes, and smoked most of his Dunhills. Called my family, who had no idea where I had been for the last six hours.

I watched Rudy Giuliani on TV that night, and George Bush, and Tony Blair. Actually went to sleep, amazingly. Got up the next morning, and left from Penn Station on a packed train. Met my sister in Newark, and spent the next three years in Washington DC.”

Innholder DAVID BESWICK, FIH, MI, JP
Kent David has over 40 years’ experience in the industry. After graduating from the College of Food and Domestic Arts in Birmingham, he started his working life at Grosvenor House, Park Lane. He has worked for British Airways, Sheraton and Holiday Inn in a number of international locations between 1967 and 1982. Since then David has been with the Whitbread Hotel Company, and has managed several of their properties, including Dalmahoy in Edinburgh, and St. Pierre in South Wales, and the Marriott at Goodwood Park, the estate of the Dukes of Richmond. Prior to his retirement in April 2005 he was Regional Operations Director for Southern England for the Whitbread Hotel Company.

BHA Member
Freedom of the City of London”

Innholder STUART BOWERY FIH, MI
General Manager
GROSVENOR HOUSEStuart has been Cluster General Manager for Marriott Hotels London, since 2006 and General Manager of the London Marriott County Hall since 2003. He previously held General Management positions in London and Scotland for Marriott Hotels and a group Operations role for the Whitbread Hotel Company. He started his career with Scott’s Hotels in 1980. He was awarded Marriott International’s General Manager of the Year in 2005. Stuart was promoted to his precent position at Grosvenor House in 2011.

Freedom of the City of London
Chairman – Marriott’s London Business Council (charity projects)
Master Innholders - current Executive committee member”

Innholder CIARAN FAHY FIH, MI 
Chief Executive
Hotels Division
Ellerman Investments Ltd Ciaran was appointed General Manager of The Cavendish London in 2004 and was promoted to Managing Director in 2009. In 2012 he bcame chief executive of the Hotels Division at Ellerman Investments. This followed 12 years as General Manager of a number of Marriott Hotels in the UK, including opening the London Marriott Kensington in 2003. He was Marriott International General Manager of the Year in 2004. Ciaran is a graduate of Shannon College of Hotel Management.

In 2009 The Cavendish won the VisitLondon Gold Award for Outstanding Customer Service and Bronze Award for Sustainability and the HRS Business Excellence Award Large Hotel. It was the first hotel in London to achieve Green Tourism for London Gold Accreditation. The Cavendish was the only hospitality company listed in The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Small Companies to Work For in 2010. The hotel was named Considerate Hotel of the Year in 2007.

- BHA London committee – vice chairman
- The Jermyn Street Association - chairman
- Freedom of the City of London 
- Master Innholders - current Executive member and chair of 2013 conference committee” 

Innholder THERESA MAW FIH, MI
General Manager
COUNTY HALL MARRIOTT, LONDON As General Manager at London Marriott Park Lane Hotel, Theresa was the first woman to open a prestigious Park Lane hotel as General Manager. More recently, she spent five years as General Manager at the five-star Renaissance London Chancery Court Hotel until her recent appointment as General Manager of London Marriott County Hall in 2011.

Theresa has extensive experience in Management, Operations, Sales and Marketing and she blends this experience with an over-riding ambition to ensure the industry serves the needs of its customers, and develops and retains talent. She is actively involved with training colleges and schools, and acts as a mentor for university students and people already in the industry.

Theresa has opened no less than 25 hotels in the United Kingdom, Asia and Australia! She has led and implemented operations training in exclusive hotels around the world, blending local customs with core hospitality management skills to ensure a positive experience for guests and staff. In 1995 Theresa received the J.W. Marriott Award of Excellence, the highest accolade within Marriott International. In 2003, she was named Marriott International’s General Manager of the Year. 

 Theresa participates in local environmental activities and supports several national charities including Cancer Research UK and Help a London Child.

- BHA London - Committee Member
- Springboard - Advisory Committee Member
- E1 - Committee Member
- LBC - Government Committee
- Reunion des Gastronomes - member
- Freedom of the City of London” 

Innholder DIANE MILLER-BROOKS, MTA, FIH, MI
Virginia, USA Diane is a graduate of the Scottish Hotel School, Strathclyde University and spent over 21 years in the hotel business, including eleven years as a General Manager with Forte and Marriott. She was heavily involved in every aspect of the industry, holding voluntary positions with among others the former HCIMA, Springboard and the BHA.

Until her marriage and relocation to the USA in 2000 she was General Manager of the Glasgow Marriott and Regional Director for Whitbread, Scotland. 

More recently, she graduated with a Masters in Tourism Administration (MTA) in Washington DC and is actively involved in the George Washington Tourism Alumnae Network (GTWAN) as a board member and President Elect. Most recently she was a member of the HCIMA Strategic Working Group.

HCIMA - President 1996/97
Freedomof the City of London
GWTAN President Elect”


Innholder FRANCIS YOUNG, FIH, MI
Proprietor
THE PEAR TREE AT PURTON Educated at Radley, Francis graduated from Blackpool with an HND in Catering and Hotel Administration. After his first management position at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, he became manager of HM King Hussein’s Summer Palace in Aqaba, Jordan. After a period at the Sandy Lane Hotel in Barbados, he joined Marriott Corporation working in Baltimore. Francis opened the Boston Marriott and the London Marriott as Food and Beverage Director. After being General Manager of Oakley Court, Windsor and Group Operations Director of Select Country Hotels, together with his wife Anne, he bought a semi-derelict vicarage in Purton in 1987 which, as The Pear Tree at Purton has gone on to receive many awards including the Nat West Bank Gold Award for Business Development 1992.

BHA Member
AFWS
Chairman, Swindon Hoteliers Association
Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Distillers
Freedom of the City of London
Past Clerk to the Master Innholders
Past Chair of Governors Bradon Forest School”

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