Wednesday, August 13, 2014

#2067: Marine Links Clinton Obama Yazidi Genocide to Serco Override Sheraton Doha and The Red Switch Guest Room Racket

Plum City – (  United States Marine Field McConnell has linked genocidal attacks on the Yazidi – with weapons and communications systems allegedly supplied through the Clinton Global Initiative and the Obama administration – to Serco's alleged transmission of Override kill signals through the Doha Sheraton Hotel from a Red Switch Guest Room racket in Chicago.

McConnell claims that David "Riot Club" Cameron (Treasury 1990-93) and Nicholas Soames (UK Minister of Defence 1994-1997) had Serco equip the Sheraton in Chicago in 1996 as a base for the US Defense Red Switch Network from which racketeering guests apparently selected by Clinton and Obama insiders could launch man-in-the-middle attacks on their enemies both domestic and foreign.

Prequel 1: #2066: Marine Links Serco Red Switch Guest Room Matrix to Chicago Clinton '96 and Sheraton Pentagon Bomb
Prequel 2: #2057: Marine Links Serco Ammunition to White’s Spread-Bet Tunnel, Red Switch Hamas Hotel

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"The Yazidi (also Yezidi, Êzidî, Yazdani, Arabic: ایزدیان‎ Ayziyan,ArmenianԵզդիներ Ezdiner, Russian: Езиды Ezidy) are a Kurdish-speaking ethnoreligious group who practice a syncretic religion that combines Shia and Sufi Islam with indigenous regional folk traditions.[13] These traditions include elements shared with the mystic, Christian and Mandaean communities of the Near East, as well as with more ancient GnosticMarcioniteZoroastrian and earlyMesopotamian religions.[14][15][16] They live primarily in the Nineveh Province of northern Iraq, a region once part of ancient Assyria. Additional communities in ArmeniaGeorgia and Syria have been in decline since the 1990s as a result of significant migration to Europe, especially to Germany.[17]"

"Crucified by the Caliphate monsters: Iraq descends into apocalypse as Islamic State fanatics seize towns and tell terrified Yazidi 'Become Muslims by noon today... or we kill all of you'

Mail on Sunday reporter Ian Birrell gives shocking despatch from Irbil
Terrified residents see Islamic State (IS) jihadists capturing nearby towns
Refugees speak of being offered sinister ultimatum by advancing horde
IS has shocked the world again by capturing new swathes of Iraq
Came as U.S. stepped in and started bombing IS artillery and convoys
Meanwhile they surround Yazidi religious minority on barren mountainside
Some of persecuted sect escaped today by helicopter and escort 

PUBLISHED: 23:30 GMT, 9 August 2014 | UPDATED: 20:16 GMT, 10 August 2014

They arrived bristling with heavy weapons and waving black flags from about a dozen Humvees, seized from the Iraqi army and supplied originally by the United States.
When the terrified residents looked out of their windows, they saw that Kosho, their traditional walled village in the mountains of northern Iraq, had been surrounded by jihadists. More than 200 bearded militants had besieged the village.

Then their leader – a local man from Mosul rather than the foreigners who make up more than a third of the ranks of the group now known as Islamic State – offered them a chance to save their lives.

'He told us that either we become Muslims or they would kill us all,' said Falah, mayor of the village made up mainly of members of the ancient Yazidi sect. 'We offered money but they would not accept it.'

The deadline the people of Kosho have to meet is midday today. Since the residents refuse to betray their faith, it is feared an entire village of about 2,500 innocent people might be slaughtered in cold blood.

'If we did not have families, we would try to escape,' the stoical Falah told me yesterday. 'But we have lots of women here and many children, along with all the old men and women of the village. How could we leave them?'

This is thought to be the first time these blood-drenched fanatics – who delight in boasting of their barbarism and posting sickening murder videos on social media – have threatened to wipe out an entire village."

"Isis, the jihadists who turned the tables

Isis has made a remarkable, and deadly, comeback a year after it looked all but finished in Syria and Iraq

The Observer, Sunday 10 August 2014

President Obama authorised targeted air strikes against the Islamic State's positions to stop its fighters from advancing further towards the Iraqi Kurdish region and to help avert an act of genocide against a religious minority the group considers devil-worshippers, the Yezidis.

The move, uncharacteristic of intervention-averse Obama, highlights how the jihadist group has expanded and become an unstoppable force, six months after it seemed it would not even complete a year in existence, when major rebel factions in Syria declared war against it earlier this year.

The group, which became known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) after it broke away from the al-Qaida-affiliated Jabhat al-Nusra in April last year, had been driven out of most of Syria, and rebel factions and al-Qaida affiliates threatened to chase it out of Iraq. But the group has made a remarkable comeback, seizing stretches of at least seven provinces in the two countries, and marching steadily into other areas.

In the last two weeks alone, Isis has fought on five fronts: against the Iraqi army, the Kurdish peshmerga, the Syrian regime, the Syrian opposition and the Lebanese army. In Syria the group has all but consolidated control of the eastern provinces of Raqqa and Deir Ezzor, as it made advances against government forces in Raqqa and subdued most of the rebel forces in Deir Ezzor. It is also advancing into Aleppo, reaching the city's eastern outskirts, and in Hasaka, and is battling the Kurdish militias in the north-east. In Iraq it has advanced to a point only half an hour's drive from Irbil, the Kurdish capital.

Yet these advances appear to be only the tip of the iceberg. Away from the publicised gains, Isis is quietly making progress on other fronts. Perhaps the most worrying is the fact that armed groups backed by the US have been co-opted by Isis.

After its sweeping military success in Iraq in June, Isis moved to take over the strategic province in Deir Ezzor, where the rebels controlled lucrative oil and gas resources. To the surprise of many, the group quickly controlled towns and villages that were home to some of the group's most powerful adversaries, including Jabhat al-Nusra and locally rooted tribal militias.
According to Samer al-Ani, an opposition media activist from Deir Ezzor, several fighting groups affiliated to the western-backed Military Council worked discreetly with Isis, even before the group's latest offensive. Liwa al-Ansar and Liwa Jund al-Aziz, he said, pledged allegiance to Isis in secret, with reports that Isis is using them to put down a revolt by the Sha'itat tribe near the Iraqi border.

He warned that money being sent through members of the National Coalition to rebels in Deir Ezzor risks going to Isis. Another source from Deir Ezzor said that these groups pledged loyalty to Isis four months ago, so this was not forced as a result of Isis's latest push, as happened elsewhere. Such collaboration was key to the takeover of Deir Ezzor in recent weeks, especially in areas where Isis could not defeat the local forces so easily.

This is not the first, or the only, time in which groups affiliated to the military structures backed by the US and the Gulf states have worked with Isis. Saddam al-Jamal, a top commander for the Free Syrian Army's eastern front, pledged allegiance to Isis in November and fought in its ranks, wreaking a grisly carnage in his hometown of Abu Kamal in April. Other groups affiliated to the western-backed military councils that have pledged allegiance to Isis include Liwa Fajr al-Islam in Homs.

Moderate religious groups that had been established mostly to fight jihadists are now working closely, if quietly, with Isis. Liwa Ahl al-Athar, for example, has discreetly pledged allegiance to Isis. The Salafi-leaning rebel alliance, which has a strong presence in many areas in Deir Ezzor and beyond, is financially backed by private donors from the Arab Gulf states, but is said to be in the "good guys" list by governments that back the Syrian opposition.

A provincial leader of the alliance in Abu Kamal, according to an influential opposition figure in the area, is related to an Iraqi emir of Isis and has worked with the jihadist group to mediate a truce with the Sha'itat tribe. According to the same source, other rebel groups have often traveled to the Iraqi border town of Husaiba to win support from Isis for leadership in their areas.

Moreover, Isis has followed new strategies during its latest offensive, in Iraq and Syria, to establish long-term presence in the areas it controls. Such strategies include greater leeway for local forces to run their daily state of affairs, instead of the old strategy of directly managing these areas. In areas where it still fears an uprising, the group maintains direct control. Isis is also planning to recruit foreign jihadists within the ranks of groups co-opted by it to ensure their loyalty.

Even in Deraa, where Jabhat al-Nusra has steadily consolidated its presence, sources say that Isis has supporters close to the top leadership of the al-Qaida affiliate and there are clans willing to declare allegiance to Isis. Increasingly, Isis is becoming more sophisticated and resilient. Contrary to speculations that the group is overreaching itself, Isis gains the loyalty of more forces every time it controls a new area. It is expected that if the group makes headway into Aleppo, members of like-minded jihadi factions such as Ahrar al-Sham will defect and join its ranks.

Beyond its advertised victories, Isis is building a vast network of supporters even within moderate ranks that could help it persist in the face of a military action similar to this weekend's American air strikes.

Time appears to be on its side, and unless there is a comprehensive political and military approach to fight it in both Iraq and Syria the group is here to stay.

Hassan Hassan is an analyst at the Delma Institute, a research centre in Abu Dhabi, and a columnist for the National newspaper. Follow him on Twitter @hxhassan"

"Thomas van Opstal's Overview

Complex General Manager Doha at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
Area Manager Abu Dhabi at Starwood Hotels & Resorts
Starwood Associate at Starwood Hotels & Resorts

Thomas van Opstal's Experience
Complex General Manager Doha
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; HOT; Hospitality industry
January 2013 – Present (1 year 8 months) Doha, Qatar
Area Manager Abu Dhabi
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; HOT; Hospitality industry
January 2009 – Present (5 years 8 months)
Starwood Associate
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; HOT; Hospitality industry
January 1980 – Present (34 years 8 months)"

"Where Obama plans to sleep during G8
Shia Kapos February 20, 2012

The Sheraton Chicago Hotels & Towers will serve as headquarters for President Barack Obama during the NATO/G8 summits in May.

The hotel, which has three presidential suites, each with a separate parlor and conference table for 12, has plenty of experience handling high-profile guests in town for heady events.

The Sheraton served as headquarters to former President Bill Clinton during the 1996 Democratic Convention and during the Trans-Atlantic Business Dialogue in 2002, and it's been the hotel of choice for the former president for events related to his Clinton Global Initiative.

In September, the Sheraton was the site of a high-profile fundraiser for Mr. Obama's re-election bid.

Now that the president has settled on a home base for the mid-May summits, hotels are hoping the rest of the G8 delegations — the delegations hoteliers care about most — will fall in accordingly.

There's been some jockeying as to who would be willing to stay in the same hotel as whom — does anyone want to stay with the Russians?

Dignitaries have made verbal commitments, but they haven't yet signed on the dotted line.

"They're taking their time about it," one hotel source says."

 "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, engineering support and help desk services."

"Building a State-of-the-Practice Data Communications Network  To create a state-of-the-practice data communications network required Serco to engineer different solutions for each of the AFSCN's unique locations. Each ground station around the world had to be surveyed in order to develop detailed installation plans, project support agreements and testing plans. Furthermore, to assure communications reliability between the ground station and the operational control nodes, Serco also had to conduct a complete circuit testing exercise.
In developing this enhanced voice and data communications network, Serco's team engineered and implemented an ATM backbone and secure voice system for each of the AFSCN ground stations. The installed network was based on a Wide Area Network (WAN) architecture utilizing IP based network capabilities and proprietary secure communication technologies such as KG-75s, KG-84S and KIV-7s. In addition, Serco ensured Defense Red Switch Network connectivity and operations throughout the AFSCN [and the global matrix of Red Switch guest rooms in 4 or 5 star hotel affiliated with the Starwood Sheraton chain]"

Yours sincerely,

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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