Monday, May 19, 2014

#1966: Marine Links MI-3 Child Porn Blackmail to Serco Obamacare Navigators, 370 Vanishing Act

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Master Innholders – a child-porn blackmail ring apparently embedded in the MI-3 Livery Companies since 1978 – to Serco director Maureen Baginski’s alleged deployment of Navigators for Obamacare data collection and Livery Company (Air Pilots?) script-kiddie roles in the planned release of the MH 370 Vanishing Act movie at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

MI-3 = Marcy (Kristine) + Inkster (Norman) + Interpol + Intrepid (William Stephenson)

McConnell understands that on April 3, Master Mercer Mr Simon Wathen gave a speech at the Lord Mayor’s annual 'Dinner to the Masters, Prime Wardens and Upper Bailiff of the City of London's Livery Companies' at Mansion House where he told the assembly of Abel Danger’s allegations of a global homosexual-brothel and entrapment ring run by the Master Innholders.

McConnell also claims that Serco forced the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators to change its name to The Honourable Company of Air Pilots in an attempt to throw Abel Danger off a trail linking child-porn blackmail by the Master Innholders to the 370 Navigators Vanishing Act.

Prequel 1:
#1965: Marine Links Churchill Red Switch Grandsons to Hotel Serco Hijacks, Boeing Wag the Dog 370 Riverside


Fiona Woolf's speech at Mansion House
Master Mercer Simon Wathen and Associated Companies Dinner chums at Fishmongers' Hall, 2013

  Greta: The ObamaCare Serco Deal Smells Rotten
 

That Was Quick! Trailer For MH370 Film Released At Cannes

MH370 The Missing Flight Official Trailer 2014 HD

US First Lady Michelle Obama arrives in Beijing, China [Serco installs Red Switch in Westin] -- March 20, 2014

Mirror UK: Flight MH370
Watch Flight MH370 film trailer to be showcased at this year's Cannes Film Festival
May 18, 2014 00:23
By Chris Richards

The fictional movie will present a theory about what happened to the plane, which disappeared without trace on March 8 with 239 people on board.

A film about missing Flight MH370 is among the more unusual projects being pitched at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

The Vanishing Act, a drama by Indian director Rupesh Paul, features a cast of terrified passengers on board a doomed jetliner, and carries the tag line "the untold story of the vanished Malaysian flight".

MH370 disappeared over the Indian Ocean on March 8 while flying between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Beijing, China with 239 people on board.

To date, no trace of the Boeing 777 has been found.

Mr Paul came up with the idea for the film after he was contacted by a Malaysian journalist in the wake of the plane's disappearance.

The reporter, who has not been named, had a theory about what happened and shared it with the director."

The Master's Mansion House Speech


The Mansion House, home to the Lord Mayor of the City of London and location of the annual Dinner to the Masters, Prime Wardens and Upper Bailiff of the City's Livery Companies.

Each year the Master Mercer gives a speech at the annual 'Dinner to the Masters, Prime Wardens and Upper Bailiff of the City of London's Livery Companies' given by the Lord Mayor at Mansion House. The text of this year's speech, given by the current Master, Mr Simon Wathen, is below:-

My Lord Mayor, Ladies and Gentlemen,

It is a great honour to thank you, My Lord Mayor, on behalf of the Livery Companies present, for the generous way in which you have proposed the toast to the Livery Companies. This evening is a fine demonstration of the strong partnerships and associations which exist between the City and the Livery Companies.

We also thank you for your wonderful hospitality this evening. We have wined and dined superbly in this glorious room amid this splendid company of friends, and not surprisingly we have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

You have made the theme for your Year, “The Energy to transform lives”, which your personal programme in your 686 Plan underpins. In this context, your speech has laid down some serious challenges for the Livery. In response, I want to talk this evening briefly about PURPOSE in the context of Livery Companies, and how we can use that purpose with energy to help transform lives and to ensure that we are and remain relevant in today’s society.

This sounds rather a dry subject but as my time as a Warden and then Master at the Mercers’ Company has progressed, the issue of purpose has come to the fore. Part of the problem in our case is that we have not had any connection with a trade for nearly 500 years. Some companies have strong connections with their underlying trade which gives purpose and focus to their activities today. Other Companies have rebuilt their trade connections, although in some cases one wonders whether they have gone too far.

Take for instance the Innholders – I should say that the Master Innholder does know this is coming - now you might think that in the old days innholders ran an innocent activity, providing bed and board for travellers and their horses: but there was also a theory that they were an arm of the government, in practice informers paid by the authorities to pass on tales and gossip picked up in their inns.

The Master Innholder perhaps unwisely asked me to speak at a recent Court lunch, so I set about my research on his Company, pursuing that theory. Looking for inspiration, I typed the phrase “were Innholders spies?” into google, the result was explosive, the web is heaving with conspiracy theories about the Innholders.

I refer you to one Abel Danger, whose website alleges that the Worshipful Company of Innholders is an arm of the British security services, the so-called MI-3, and was deeply involved inter alia in the attack on Pearl Harbour and the assassination of JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald, that the order to kill Oswald was relayed over Innholder communication systems via madams operating out of a Hotel in the Bahamas and the Lexington Hotel in Chicago, which Abel Danger asserts was a homosexual brothel and command authority base for Al Capone and Jack Ruby etc..

The company you keep, Master Innholder! But of course understandably you hotly deny this connection. But a caution to you all, beware of what you do in an Inn these days. To pick up my thread, some companies may have gone too far in reconnecting with their trade.

But it may be undesirable for some companies to do so.

Take the Mercers. I recall a conversation with the CEO of a company which runs trade fairs around the world: he wanted to know what Mercers did – I explained what the trade was and that it was carried on, on the south side of Cheapside, in what would have looked like a covered market with dozens of little stalls manned by Mercers, all subject to the rules and regulations laid down by the Company. When I painted this picture, his response, quick as a flash, was “Oh, you used to run a souk”, - not quite what I have in mind for re-establishing a connection with our trade. 

Without such a connection, we fall back on being a livery company, with fellowship and philanthropy at the core of our activities. But I echo your question, Lord Mayor, Is this enough? The impression still lingers, that it is “all about the dinners”, to wit, the FT article a year or so ago, in which Matthew Engel dwelt on this very issue after attending a Livery Dinner, although he eventually accepted that it was not all about the dinners at the venerable company which had been his host, and indeed in others.  

But it might not be so easy to win over the press. Matthew Engel argued that the Livery Companies as an institution are in need of PR. With the City still generally unpopular following the financial service industry disasters, with a General Election coming up next year, followed shortly thereafter by an election for a new Mayor of London, we in the livery might feel challenged if not threatened. I am not suggesting that 1881 and a City Livery Companies Commission may come again but it always as well to be prepared.

We should face up to the challenge: we do that by having, demonstrating and communicating our purpose. So instinctively I feel that now is a good time to get our house in order on the purpose front. We are addressing the issue in the Mercers Company through a strategy review on four fronts: Governance, Stewardship, Fellowship and Philanthropy.

To face up to the challenges, governance has to be transparent, effective and compliant; stewardship should be underpinned by the knowledge that the Companies do not belong to us and that the principle of inter-generational equity should prevail; fellowship because it is at the heart of being a livery Company, not least because our members contribute to the wealth and governance of our companies; and philanthropy because that purpose has existed since our forebears took care of the widows and orphans of their members.

Fellowship and Philanthropy go hand in hand as we look to how we support each other and society. Key is to make effective use of our talents and to drive much greater involvement of our membership. In looking at these issues, we must get the best bang for our philanthropic buck and work out how best to use our financial and people resources, for impact: by measuring impact against clear objectives, we will have a story, individually and collectively, to tell. And making proper use of those resources for impact will introduce a strong element of service in what we do, to sit alongside the fellowship and the philanthropy.

I suggest that the principles of philanthropy and service should be central to all that we do.

Which takes me back, Lord Mayor, to your concept of “energy to transform lives” – developing such a sense of service aligned with a purposeful philanthropy will generate energy to help achieve the delivery of that concept.

In doing so, we will need to work on the external messages, although not necessarily push the button just yet on their delivery – there are those who argue that we will do best to keep working away quietly, but perhaps we need to make more of what we do. So all in all, we continue our good work, we support you Lord Mayor, we will come up with those stories of the lives, with pictures, which our activities have transformed, and alongside you, we will develop and impart the many positive messages about this great City. Thank you once again for a splendid dinner and your toast to the Livery Companies.”

“Support Services for Starwood Hotels Group Starwood Hotels Group, owner of some of the world's most prestigious hotels, has appointed Serco as preferred bidder for a £7m contract to provide a range of support services to the Sheraton Grand in Edinburgh, the Westin in Dublin and the 5 star Turnberry resort on Scotland's west coast. The contract, which has a 5 year term, is an extension to services already provided to other hotels in the Starwood Group and includes buildings maintenance and security [Red Switch Network for traveling guests of the National Command Authority = POTUS + CJCS], engineering support and help desk services.”

“Cornyn: “Isn’t it true that there is no federal requirement for navigators to undergo a criminal background check, even though they will receive sensitive, personal information from individuals they help to sign up for the Affordable Care Act?” 

Sebelius: “That is true. States could add an additional background check and other features but it is not part of the federal requirement.”

Cornyn: “So a convicted felon could be a navigator and could acquire sensitive personal information from an individual, unbeknownst to them?”

Sebelius: “That is possible.””

Prisoner Scandal Multinationals Could Face UK's Biggest Fraud Case
Penal charity hand dossier on G4S and Serco to police 
By: Ben Gelblum 
on 13th May 2014 @ 1.56pm

Two multinationals involved in criminal justice privatisation and tarnished by allegations of physical abuse may soon be at the centre of the UK’s biggest ever fraud prosecution.

G4S and Serco agreed to repay a total of more than £180million after it emerged that they had overcharged the taxpayer for electronic tagging prisoners [and Hotel Serco Crossed Keys trackers] who didn’t exist or where still in jail.

However this amount is a drop in the ocean for the outsourcing giants who are still able to bid for lucrative public contracts, despite being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office.” 

McConnell is directed by Abel Danger Global to offer expert witness services to plaintiffs who sue for damages in re Serco deployment of blackmailed navigators for Obamacare data scams and script-kiddie roles in the 370 Vanishing Act movie to be released at the Cannes Film Festival.


Sincerely yours,


Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222


David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation

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