Plum City - (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's asset-tagging services for a Westminster pedophile ring to the White House Situation Room which allegedly allowed a Down Low Club Cake Boy – Barack Obama – to appear as victim and not a sponsor of ISIS snuff-film productions at Camp Mirage, Dubai, UAE.
"To this day, people in Chicago are still scared about being murdered for talking about Barack Obama being gay or about what goes on at Trinity United with the still-active "Down Low Club". Young, gay, black men are mentored into the club and are eventually paired up with often unattractive and difficult to deal with straight black women who never have boyfriends (since guys don't want to have anything to do with them). A friend of mine in the "Think Squad" of prominent black professionals I talk to regularly calls these women "heifers" and says it’s very common for "cake boys" to be paired up with "heifers" so that "dummies are fooled" into thinking they are straight."
McConnell claims that Serco's National Security Adviser Maureen Baginski used the Canadian serial killer Russell Williams – a former Commanding Officer 437 (Transport) Squadron and Theatre Support Element at Camp Mirage – to fly tagged children to Dubai for use in snuff films with images backhauled to the WH Situation Room for Cake Boy blackmail of ISIS leaders.
McConnell recommends that Serco shares be suspended until Abel Danger has completed its investigation into Serco's alleged use of pedophile-asset tagging and the Cake Boy Situation Room to generate wag the dog stories from an ISIS snuff-film production unit at Camp Mirage.
#2138 Marine Links Serco’s Red Switch RAF Bypass to The Cake Boy Situation Room, Extortion 17 Wrongful Deaths
Abel Danger 8-29-2014 Part I · spot fixed snuff film trade
Inside the White House: The Situation Room
"BLOGS NOSEY PARKER
Military Murder Mystery Or Just A Desert Mirage?
Alan Parker - February 10th, 2010
The crimes Col. Russ Williams is accused of committing in the Quinte area are horrendous.
The charges he faces are vastly serious and the implications of those charges are staggering.
The impact of these crimes and charges on individuals, families and communities — communities personally affected like Tweed and CFB Trenton and the larger communities of the Canadian Forces and Canada itself — are devastating.
For those reasons and others, this is not a time for anyone to engage in wild, uninformed speculation (and we all know I am fully capable of doing that).
But this case involves such an unimaginable set of circumstances that we are forced to imagine things we would not otherwise consider possible just to comprehend it.
Criminal behavioral analysts have already said acts of the nature Williams is accused of committing do not historically spring fullblown at this level of ferocity; there is usually a pattern of development and acceleration.
Police in the Halifax area, for example, are going back and looking again at three unsolved murder cases that occurred there in the early 1990s during the time Williams was stationed at nearby CFB Shearwater.
It does not matter whether investigators think there is the possibility of a realistic link: In these circumstances they have to look at everything with fresh eyes, no matter how unimaginable.
Col. Williams' military career provides a sort of map that police — both civil and military — are now using to retrace his steps to determine if there has, in fact, been a trail of escalating incidents that could be linked to the current case on the shores of Lake Ontario.
Here is a link to a cached page of Col. Russ Williams' official Canadian Forces biography. It used to be posted on the National Defence website entry for 8 Wing Trenton but was removed a couple of days ago.
The passage I keep going back to is this:
"Following promotion to Lieutenant-Colonel in June 2004 he was appointed Commanding Officer 437 (Transport) Squadron, a post he held for two years, during which time he served for six months as the Commanding Officer Theatre Support Element – Camp Mirage (December 2005 – June 2006)."
The part that catches my attention is "six months as the Commanding Officer Theatre Support Element — Camp Mirage (December 2005 – June 2006)."
Camp Mirage — a Mideast air base that is the key link in the military air bridge between CFB Trenton and our forces in Afghanistan.
Almost everyone and everything involved in Canada’s Afghanistan war effort goes through Camp Mirage, including the returning flag-draped caskets of Canadian soldiers killed in action.
Yet the Canadian government will never say exactly where in the Persian Gulf region Camp Mirage is located. It’s not a secret so much for security reasons but because of the political sensitivities of the host state, which does not want to be seen as being too helpful to the West engaged in a war in the Muslim world.
But it's an open secret. It took me about two minutes on the Internet to find the location of Camp Mirage — at the United Arab Emirates' Al Minhad Air Base just outside the glitzy desert city state of Dubai, one of the seven Emirates and home of the Burj Khalifa, the building that knocked the CN Tower off as tallest freestanding structure in the world.
Australia, France and Italy also are tenants at the Al Minhad Air Base, and all officially do not identify their Mideast air hub.
In fact, you can easily find satellite photos of Al Minhad/Camp Mirage on the Internet. Here’s one from Google Earth:
And that's where Lt.-Col. Russ Williams was stationed as commanding officer for six months between December 2005 and June 2006 on his rapid rise through the air arm of the Canadian Forces. It was the only overseas posting of Williams' career, but it was a crucial one at the key relay point in the Canada-Afghanistan air bridge.
Camp Mirage is not a hardship post. Here’s how one person who spent time there described it:
"For anyone who believes that our troops in Camp Mirage are living under dire circumstances in some Godforsaken place I've got some news that will comfort you and hopefully put you at ease. The camp is only minutes away from one of the most thriving cities in the world that has more recreational facilities including scuba diving, skiing, sailing, restaurants, fantastic shopping and some of the biggest and best hotels in the world. Camp Mirage isn't quite like the nearby city but it's no slum either and is more than adequate."
So far we've been dealing in fact. From here on we will be dealing with a mixture of fact, supposition and possibility, much as the police investigating all of these possibilities have to.
I will be very clear about what is fact and what is hypothetical supposition.
If — and that’s still an unproven if, even though the colonel has reportedly made an extensive statement to police — Williams committed the criminal acts he is accused of, there could have been acts of sexual violence committed in Dubai during that 2005-2006 period that should be investigated.
And that's a big order. There are many cases of sexual assault in Dubai — far more than most people realize.
And here's the reason why you do not hear of many cases: In Dubai, sexual contact before marriage is illegal. There are numerous reported cases of women reporting rape to Dubai authorities, only to be charged with illegal fornication themselves after their alleged attackers have said the sex was consensual, accepting a lesser punishment themselves.
This is what Sharla Musabih, founder of City of Hope, one of Dubai’s few women’s shelters, has to say:
"I know many Eastern women who never report that they've been raped. They keep it a secret for fear of shame"
"I have met prostitutes, who have been raped and abused. They, too, rarely go to the police, convinced that they might deserve the attack, they won't be believed or that it’s an occupational hazard."
It's not just prostitutes, folks. Many Asian women are kept in virtual slavery as household servants with their passports confiscated by their employers and no help from either the Dubai government or their own governments. They are prey to all sorts of abuse while trapped in Dubai.
And it's not just servants either, folks. Several European women visitors have been raped in Dubai in recent years and at least one, a British subject who said she was raped by a waiter at her hotel last month, was charged with "illegal sex" when her attacker said the sex was consensual. Her case is still before the Dubai courts.
For anyone contemplating a stay in Dubai, here's a 2009 article entitled The Dark Side of Dubai, published by The Independent newspaper of Britain, which you should read.
Here's a little insight into the mindset of Dubai legal authorities from gulfnews.com in 2006:
Mahgoub Eisa Mahgoub, of Al Kabban and Legal Consultants, said the problem (gang rapes) has not reached such heights so as to call it 'a dangerous phenomenon’ compared to other countries. The suspects who are involved in these crimes are usually unaware of what they are doing because in most incidents they are either 'drunk or drugged', said Mahgoub.
"Dubai is a safe hub and a crime-free society compared to other countries where gang rapes happen daily." Nasser Malalla Ganem, of Al Wasl International Group Advocates and Legal Consultants, said he noticed a slight increase in the number of gang rapes in the past couple of years, but 'it has not become a dangerous phenomenon like in other countries'.
"Earlier it used to be a one-on-one rape attack. However, besides the rapists, I hold a few women responsible for enabling men to rape them for different reasons. Some women go out alone clubbing or spending a night out with two or three men 'whom they consider friends' without knowing their background. Later, they claim that they were raped," he said.
And here is a list of just a few of the gang rapes (the reported ones, as identified by gulfnews.com) that happened in Dubai in the months immediately before Col. Russ Williams was stationed at nearby Camp Mirage:
November: Court of First Instance started investigating the case of four Gulf nationals who stormed into a flat rented by a number of Filipinas, assaulting and raping one of them and stealing their mobiles and money.
October: Court of First Instance started investigating the case of six UAE nationals, aged between 19-21, for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 23-year-old British woman in a deserted area. Court of Appeal confirms a year's imprisonment against two nationals for molesting an Arab female student in a 4X4 vehicle.
September: Juveniles' Court placed two national teenagers under rehabilitation for kidnapping and raping a 23-year-old Uzbek female. Court of First Instance placed five teenagers under legal supervision for kidnapping, raping and sexually molesting a 15-year-old boy.
July: Court of Appeal confirmed a five-year jail term against three nationals for kidnapping a Russian female on the street and raping her in a remote area.
All of that is factual background. Now I am going to get into some supposition and hypothetical speculation.
If a North American sexual predator arrived in Dubai, he would find a fertile environment for acts of violence against women, as long as they were not Emirati, as citizens of the UAE are known.
With little or no support from local authorities and the strong likelihood that most victims would not even report the attack, a predator would only have to ensure that he got away from the crime scene to escape detection. And even if he were to be discovered in the middle of a rape, he would still be relatively safe if he claimed consensual sex — whatever the victim said.
So if acts of sexual violence took place in Dubai in the time that Col. Russ Williams was there — and they certainly did — it would be virtually impossible to ever find any connection, even if it did exist.
Now I want to jump ahead a few years to give you a few other facts.
Here’s what the official Canadian Forces bio of Col. Russ Williams has to say about his time after leaving Dubai:
Colonel Williams was posted to the Directorate of Air Requirements in July 2006 where he served as Project Director for the Airlift Capability Projects Strategic (CC-177 Globemaster III) and Tactical (CC-130J Hercules J), and Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue. In January 2009 he was posted to the Canadian Forces Language School in Gatineau for a 6-month period of French language training, during which he was promoted to his current rank.
So Williams went back in Ottawa and life went on as usual at Camp Mirage as the principal air link between Canada and Afghanistan.
One thing you should know is that the Canadian Forces' giant, rugged CC-177 Globemaster IIIs are the backbone of that air link, superceding the old Hercules and American loaners. The four Canadian Globemaster IIIs were introduced to service in 2008 and 2009 on Williams’ watch in Ottawa before he moved to the Trenton command.
The only incident of real note at Camp Mirage after Williams left was the death of a corporal in his living quarters on July 4, 2008.
Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey/DND photo
Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey, born in Montreal and raised in Toronto, was found dead in his room about 4:15 a.m. on a Thursday. The death was very suspicious. The room was sealed off immediately and the military’s National Investigation Service was called in.
The military has said almost nothing about Downey's death except that they are NOT ruling out any possibility, including foul play, accidental discharge of a weapon or suicide.
Suicide is doubtful. Downey was a new father and excited about getting home to Saskatchewan to be with his wife and infant son.
The investigation into Downey’s death is still ongoing.
So what does Cpl. Brendan Anthony Downey’s death have to do with Col. Russ Williams?
Only this: Downey was a military policeman.
And here is where I get into total hypothetical speculation. There is nothing to substantiate this speculation — just a lot of What If? What If? — but it is easy enough to disprove (which I will address later).
If Williams is guilty of the crimes of which he is accused and IF the events of the past year in the Bay of Quinte area were preceded by an ongoing history of predatory sexual attacks, WHAT IF there were attacks — and some evidence of attacks — in Dubai? And WHAT IF Cpl. Downey, the military policeman, became aware after the fact of certain allegations and passed that information up the chain of command?
Like I said, a lot of WHAT IFs — far too many for my liking.
But IF those WHAT IFs unfolded in that way, the fact that Williams — IF he was made aware of accusations — was nowhere near Camp Mirage would be no impediment to him going to Camp Mirage whenever he wanted.
Williams at that time was project director for all the Canadian military airlift capability projects. It would be nothing for him to drive a couple of hours south to CFB Trenton and jump a flight to Camp Mirage. After all, that would just be part of his job.
So forget all the WHAT IFs. All the National Investigation Service has to do is determine if Williams was on any flight manifests that would have put him in Camp Mirage in early July 2008.
If he wasn't there, that's one more wild goose chase to write off. But it still needs to be followed up on.
The police — local, OPP, RCMP and military — will have to follow up on literally hundreds of possibilities like that over the coming months.
Because this case is … unbelievable. So the most unbelievable possibilities have to be chased down and either ruled out — or confirmed.”
"New military hotline directly links top brass to U.S.
$20M project, called Defence Red Switch Network, to be used in times of war, crisis
David Pugliese, The Ottawa Citizen
Published: Saturday, January 14, 2006
Canada is installing a hotline that will allow military brass and politicians to talk with their American counterparts during a time of war or in any other crisis.
About $20 million is being spent on what is called the Defence Red Switch Network. The communications system is already running in some locations, including the defence minister's office and other undisclosed sites for the military's senior leadership. The system will provide a link for the Canadian government to various U.S. military headquarters as well as the North American Aerospace Defence Command, the joint U.S.-Canada alliance that monitors air and space approaches to the continent.
After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, there was criticism that senior Canadian officials, including then-prime minister Jean Chretien, were out of the communications loop during the initial stages of the terrorist strike.
The Citizen obtained documents on the red switch network under the access to information law, but Defence Department officials censored almost all details. They claimed releasing the material would be "injurious" to the defence of Canada, its international relations, as well as the detection of subversive or hostile activities.
The newspaper, however, found the details of the supposedly secret network, including its cost to taxpayers, on the department's own public webpage. Details of a similar system that would allow U.S. President George W. Bush to communicate with his top level commanders was also on a Pentagon webpage.
Canadian military officials were not available to explain why information about the network is considered secret when such details have already been put out in the public domain by both the U.S. and Canada.
The red switch network is considered secure, meaning that it has technology to prevent its transmissions from being monitored or intercepted. Presumably the Canadian system can link up with the president's network.
Martin Shadwick, a strategic studies professor with York University, said such a system makes sense in that Canada and the U.S. share a common goal in protecting North America. He noted that similar communications systems existed during the Cold War.
But analyst Steve Staples said the hotline is another example of the growing integration of the U.S. and Canadian militaries and the increased involvement of the Canadian Forces in American-led operations. "This system just allows the Canadian military and government leaders to get their orders from Washington more quickly," said Mr. Staples, an analyst with the Ottawa-based Polaris Institute.
The Citizen requested information on the red switch network almost four weeks ago, but military officials have not been available to comment.
But according to the Defence webpage, the network "allows access to the U.S. system (Forces wide) and will enhance north/south and internal connectivity -- particularly during times of crisis."
According to a Pentagon site, the network provides the president, secretary of defence, joint chiefs of staff, combatant commanders and selected agencies with secure voice communications up to the top secret level. The system is for use during war and other emergencies. Other U.S. defence and federal government agencies can access the network if they have approval from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, according to the site.”
"Col. Russell Williams' double life?
Top officer facing murder charges commanded Canada's largest air base, flew top diplomats
February 8, 2010
The commander of one of Canada’s largest military bases is in a prison cell today, accused of murdering two Ontario women—including a fellow service member—and sexually assaulting two others.
Col. Russell Williams, a career air force officer, was the top man at CFB Trenton, the same Ontario base that has welcomed home the flag-draped caskets of every Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan. But on Sunday night, police slapped him with another label: serial predator.
A self-described “avid golfer, keen photographer, fisherman and runner,” Williams enrolled in the Canadian Forces in 1987 after earning an economics and political science degree from the University of Toronto. He received his flying wings in 1990 and two years later was posted to 434 (Combat Support) Squadron in Shearwater, where he flew the CC144 Challenger in the electronic warfare/coastal patrol role. He was subsequently posted to 412 (Transport) Squadron in Ottawa, where he continued to fly the Challenger, this time hauling VIPs. Promoted to major in 1999 and lieutenant-colonel in 2004, he also served as commanding officer at Camp Mirage, the ultra-secretive forward logistics base that the government has never officially acknowledged, but is widely reported to be in Dubai. In January 2009, he was posted to the Canadian Forces Language School in Gatineau, Que., for a six-month period of French training, his last step before Trenton.”
"February 4, 2012
Does Obama really lack cool phones?
In April last year, US president Obama told some fundraisers that he was disappointed by the communications equipment he found in the White House:
"I always thought I was gonna have like really cool phones and stuff," he said during a Q&A session with contributors at a fund-raising meeting in Chicago on April 14, 2011.
"We can't get our phones to work." Acting out his exasperation, he said: "Come on, guys. I'm the president of the United States! Where's the fancy buttons and stuff and the big screen comes up? It doesn't happen."
Obama made these remarks after the press pool had left and may not have realized some reporters back at the White House could still hear his comments. The president was probably responding to a question about bottlenecks in technological innovation and he used his White House experience as an example.
A lot of people would probably like to believe these remarks of the president, symbolizing the outdated state of the federal government. But in fact, what Obama said, isn't quite true.
In 2006-2007 president George W. Bush had the White House Situation Room completely renovated, providing it with state-of-the-art communications facilities. Since then the real Situation Room has all the phones and videoscreens and other stuff, which was before only seen in movies.
This series, which was broadcasted between 2001 and 2010, shaped people's imagination of the presidency and was in many ways a forerunner of reality. For example there was a popular black president (David Palmer) years before Obama was elected, and much of the fancy communications equipment from the series, like video teleconferencing, was implemented in the real White House Situation Room in 2007. And now the real president also has the same cool Cisco phone as the heroes used in the tv-series.
So, as we have seen, Obama didn't really tell the truth. The story he told the fundraisers was true during the beginning of the Bush administration, but not during his. Obama actually has some quite cool phones at his disposal, but maybe the only thing is that he just doesn't realize that."
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