Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco director Maureen Baginski’s apparent use of the Red Switch Network after the Pat Tillman contract hit of April 22, 2004 to the silence of a chain of command which includes Bilderberg 2014 delegates at the Marriott Hotel Copenhagen – an alleged hotel participant in the DiDuca child-porn blackmail ring.
McConnell alleges that one such blackmailed delegate, the former CIA director David Petraeus, outsourced operation of the Red Switch Network to Serco while serving (1997-1999) as Executive Assistant to General Henry Shelton, the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff whom Serco appears to have cut out of the chain of command for events to be spun through Channel 4’s “The 9/11 Hotel”.
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Copyright by John T. Reed
I ripped General Stanley McChrystal up one side and down the other in recent years for his lying and covering up the Pat Tillman friendly-fire death in two articles at my Web site.
• Lessons to be learned from Pat Tillman’s death
• The Army gets away with whitewashing Pat Tillman’s death
The main guy in the cover-up—a guy whom the Army’s own inquiry recommended be disciplined—got promoted to the highest rank in the U.S. military—four-star general—and promoted to head of Afghanistan, arguably the most sought-after job in the entire U.S. military at present.
McChrystal was also investigated for, and his appointment to director of the Joint Chiefs last year delayed, because of investigations into his treatment of detainees in Iraq, one of whom died from blunt-force injures and asphyxia [strangulation] while in custody.
Who is responsible for this continuing outrage with regard to the treatment of Pat Tillman’s death and the never-ending cover-up of it?
• CentCom commander David Petraeus who will became McChrystal’s immediate superior when McChrystal took over in Afghanistan
• Defense Secretary Robert Gates who said we need “fresh eyes” in Afghanistan. After five official inquiries into the Tillman incident, we could not find any honest eyes in the whole U.S. military. Perhaps the lack of integrity in the military is a higher priority than the “freshness” of the four-star general in charge of Afghanistan.
• Commander in Chief Barack Obama. This piece of “change we can believe in” is to see the Bush Administration’s cover-up and raise them one. “Hell, George! You merely refused to punish McChrystal. Wuss! Namby pamby! We’re promoting the son of a bitch to four stars and head of Afghanistan—where Tillman was killed no less! That was always your problem, George. You never had the guts to
spit in the faces of the gold star mothers.”
Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell responded to the complaints by the Tillman family about McChrystal’s promotion thus,
We feel terrible for what the Tillman family went through, but this matter has been investigated thoroughly by the Pentagon, by the Congress, by outside experts, and all of them have come to the same conclusion: that there was no wrongdoing by Gen. McChrystal.
Geoff Morrell is yet another barefaced liar. The Pentagon’s own inquiry found that McChrystal gave misleading answers in the investigation and recommended that he be disciplined. As far as the wonderfulness of the military and congressional investigations, Senator John McCain said, [the Army’s actions were] “inexcusable and unconscionable.”
Nevertheless, McCain supports the promotion of McChrystal. McCain is career military. He knows that lying by officers is standard procedure in the U.S. military. That’s why he has no problem with McChyrstal’s lying in the Tillman case.
Rep. Henry Waxman (D–Los Angeles), chair of the Congressional Oversight committee, said at the Tillman hearing:
The bare minimum we owe our soldiers and their families is the truth. That didn't happen for the two most famous soldiers in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. For Jessica Lynch and Pat Tillman, the government violated its most basic responsibility. Sensational details and stories were invented in both cases."
…news of [Tillman's] fratricide flew up the chain of command within days, but the Tillman family was kept in the dark for more than a month. Military officials sat in silence during a nationally televised memorial ceremony highlighting Pat Tillman's fight against the terrorists. Evidence was destroyed and witness statements were doctored. The Tillman family wants to know how all of this could have happened. And they want to know whether these actions were all just accidents or whether they were deliberate.
Obviously, this is not an approval by Congress of the various investigations related to the Tillman case.
McChrystal’s promotion turns out to be an integrity litmus test. Those opposed to the promotion (the Tillman family) have integrity; those in favor of promoting McChrystal (Petraeus, the U.S. Army, Secretary of Defense, Senator McCain, and Obama), do not.
I appreciate informed, well-thought-out constructive criticism and suggestions. If there are any errors or omissions in my facts or logic, please tell me about them. If you are correct, I will fix the item in question. If you wish, I will give you credit. Where appropriate, I will apologize for the error. To date, I have been surprised at how few such corrections I have had to make.”
“From 1997–99 Petraeus served in the Pentagon as Executive Assistant to the Director of the Joint Staff and then to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Henry Shelton, who described Petraeus as "a high-energy individual who likes to lead from the front, in any field he is going into". In 1999, as a brigadier general, Petraeus returned to the 82nd, serving as the assistant division commander for operations and then, briefly, as acting commanding general. During his time with the 82nd, he deployed to Kuwait as part of Operation Desert Spring, the continuous rotation of combat forces through Kuwait during the decade after the Gulf War.
From the 82nd, he moved on to serve as Chief of Staff of XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg during 2000–2001. In 2000, Petraeus suffered his second major injury, when, during a civilian skydiving jump, his parachute collapsed at low altitude due to a hook turn, resulting in a hard landing that broke his pelvis. He was selected for promotion to Major General in 2001. During 2001–2002, as a brigadier general, Petraeus served a ten-month tour in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of Operation Joint Forge. In Bosnia, he was the NATO Stabilization Force Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations as well as the Deputy Commander of the U.S. Joint Interagency Counter-Terrorism Task Force, a command created after the September 11 attacks to add counterterrorism capability to the U.S. forces attached to the NATO command in Bosnia. In 2004, he was promoted to Lieutenant General. In 2007, he was promoted to General.”
“Bilderberg at 60: inside the world's most secretive conference
Topics on the agenda for the three-day summit first held on 29 May 1954 will include: does privacy exist?
theguardian.com, Thursday 29 May 2014 10.03 BST
It's been a week of celebrations for Henry Kissinger. On Tuesday he turned 91, on Wednesday he broke his personal best in the 400m hurdles, and on Thursday in Copenhagen, he'll be clinking champagne flutes with the secretary general of Nato and the queen of Spain, as they celebrate 60 glorious years of Bilderberg. I just hope George Osborne remembered to pack a party hat.
Thursday is the opening day of the influential three-day summit and it's also the 60th anniversary of the Bilderberg Group's first meeting, which took place in Holland on 29 May 1954. So this year's event is a red-letter occasion, and the official participant list shows that the 2014 conference is a peculiarly high-powered affair.
The chancellor, at his seventh Bilderberg, is spending the next three days deep in conference with the heads of MI6, Nato, the International Monetary Fund, HSBC, Shell, BP and Goldman Sachs International, along with dozens of other chief executives, billionaires and high-ranking politicians from around Europe. This year also includes a visit from the supreme allied commander Europe, and a return of royalty – Queen Sofia of Spain and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, the daughter of the Bilderberg founder Prince Bernhard.
Back in the 1950s, when Bernhard sent out the invitations, it was to discuss "a number of problems facing western civilization". These days, the Bilderberg Group prefers to call them "megatrends". The megatrends on this year's agenda include: "What next for Europe?", "Ukraine", "Intelligence sharing" and "Does privacy exist?"
That's an exquisite irony: the world's most secretive conference discussing whether privacy exists. Certainly for some it does. It's not just birthday bunting that's gone up in Copenhagen: there's also a double ring of three-metre (10ft) high security fencing. The hotel is teeming with security: lithe gentlemen in loose slacks and dark glasses, trying not to kill the birthday vibe. Or anyone else.
Already, two reporters have been arrested trying to interview the organisers of the conference in the Marriott hotel bar. It's easy enough to keep your privacy intact when you're employing so many people to guard it.
There's something distinctly chilling about the existence of privacy being debated, in extreme privacy, by people such as the executive chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, and the board member of Facebook Peter Thiel: exactly the people who know how radically transparent the general public has become.
And to have them discussing it with the head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, and Keith
Alexander, the recently replaced head of the National Security Agency. And with people such as the head of AXA, the insurance and investment conglomerate – Henri de Castries. Perhaps no one is more interested in data collection and public surveillance than the insurance giants. For them, privacy is the enemy. Public transparency is a goldmine.
Back in 2010, Osborne proudly launched "the most radical transparency agenda the country has ever seen". However, this transparency agenda doesn't seem to extend to Osborne himself making a public statement about what he has discussed at this meeting. And with whom.
We know, from the agenda and list, that Osborne will be there with the foreign affairs ministers from Spain and Sweden, and the deputy secretary general of the French presidency. And from closer to home, the international development secretary, Justine Greening, and fellow Bilderberg veteran and shadow chancellor, Ed Balls.
We know that he's scheduled to discuss the situation in Ukraine with extremely interested parties, such as the chief executive of the European arms giant Airbus, Thomas Enders. Not to mention the chief executive and chairman of "the defence & security company" Saab: Håkan Buskhe and Marcus Wallenberg. And billionaire investors including Henry Kravis of KKR, who is "always looking to sharpen" what he calls "the KKR edge". Helping Kravis sharpen his edge is General David Petraeus, former director of the CIA, now head of the KKR Global Institute – a massive investment operation.
The Bilderberg Group says the conference has no desired outcome [but for, perhaps, ‘The List of Thurso Innholder’]. But for private equity giants, and the heads of banks, arms manufacturers and oil companies, there's always a desired outcome. Try telling the shareholders of Shell that there's "no desired outcome" of their chairman and chief executive spending three days in conference with politicians and policy makers.
Try telling that to the lobbyists who have been working so hard to push the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal that is being negotiated. Bilderberg is packed to the gills with senior members of powerful lobby groups. Will members of British American Business's international advisory board, such as Douglas Flint and Peter Sutherland, express BAB's fervent support of TTIP when discussing "Is the economic recovery sustainable?" Or will they leave their lobbying hats at the door?
MP Michael Meacher describes Bilderberg as "the cabal of the rich and powerful" who are working "to consolidate and extend the grip of the markets". And they're doing so "beyond the reach of the media or the public". That said, every year, the press probes a little further behind the security fencing. Every year the questions for the politicians who attend, but remain silent, get harder.
They can try to laugh it off as a "talking shop" or a glorified knees-up, but these people haven't come to Bilderberg to drink fizzy wine and pull party poppers. It's possible that Reid Hoffman, the head of LinkedIn, has turned up for the birthday cake. But I doubt it. This is big business. And big politics. And big lobbying.
Bilderberg is big money, and they know how to spend it. From my spot outside, I've just seen three vans full of fish delicacies trundle into the hotel service entrance. I always thought there was something fishy about Bilderberg. Turns out that for tonight at least, it's the rollmops.”
“Sheraton hotel general manager arrested on child porn charges
Posted on November 15, 2010 by candlewoodste
By Barbara De Lollis, USA TODAY
Massachusetts police last week arrested a veteran hotel manager inside his current hotel – a Sheraton in suburban Boston – on child pornography charges.
Police arrested Robert Diduca, 46, at the Sheraton hotel in Framingham, Mass., after acting on a tip from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Early searches of his computer storage devices revealed some 10,000 images of young children, according to ICE. Diduca is also alleged to have videos of young children engaged in sexual acts.
Diduca’s lawyer told a local TV station that there was no evidence that any images were taken at the Sheraton hotel or involved any guests.
In ICE’s Friday statement, Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr., is quoted as saying:
“This is a particularly disgusting crime and any time we can put a dent in the dissemination of child pornography, it’s a good day for law enforcement.”
In a Milford District Court courtroom last week, Diduca last week pleaded not guilty to two counts of possession of child pornography and one count of dissemination of child pornography. A judge set his bail at $5,000 and set the next court date in January.
Prior to last week’s arrest, investigators had made “direct contact” with Diduca over the Internet, Milford Police Chief Thomas O’Loughlin told the Milford Daily News. “It’s been going on for some time,” O’Loughlin told the paper.
Diduca has been the Sheraton’s general manager for the last eight years, according to a story by local ABC affiliate WHDH-TV. A local chamber of commerce lists him as a board member. A company website says he has 24 years of experience at a range of hotels including Marriott, Hilton, Doubletree and Sheraton.
Richard Sweeney, Diduca’s defense attorney, told WHDH-TV that there is no evidence that the images involved the hotel or hotel guests.
“There is no evidence whatsoever, not in the Commonwealth’s papers or anywhere, that there were any pictures taken at the hotel or of any guests at the hotel or anything even remotely related to the hotel other than the fact that he worked at that hotel, and at the hotel he had on his possession a laptop…and a thumb drive.”In court, prosecutor Cheryl Riddle said the suspect is “someone who is constantly online and uploading, downloading, sharing, trading and collecting images of children being sexually abused, WHDH-TV says. The report continues: Investigators caught onto him after he allegedly was regularly participating in online chat rooms. One of the names he would go by, according to investigators, was “Babytodd.” Allegedly he made disturbing comments about toddlers and little boys.
The investigation continues, according to the Milford Daily News article.”
“Danes tied to large international child porn ring
Unknown number of Danes among those arrested for watching child abuse via live stream
January 16, 2014 11:33
An international child pornography ring run from the Philippines has ties to Denmark.
According to AFP, the British National Crime Agency (NCA) uncovered a paedophile ring that was livestreaming images of child abuse to paedophiles in at least 12 countries. The BBC reports that Denmark is one of the countries involved, but how many Danes were among the 29 arrests thus far is unknown.
The NCA began its investigation after finding child porn on a British man’s computer two years ago.
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“This investigation has identified some extremely dangerous child sexual offenders who believed paying for children to be abused to order was something they could get away with,” the NCA’s Andy Baker told AFP. “Being thousands of miles away makes no difference to their guilt.”
Thanks to the investigation, fifteen children between the ages of 6-15 were rescued from their abusers.
In an unrelated international investigation in December 2011, 19 Danes were arrested for possession and distribution of child pornography. One arrestee alone had around 29 terabytes of pornographic material, which could translate into over 9,000 hours of video.”
According to Global Abel Danger, McConnell’s investigations continue.
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