Friday, February 26, 2016

#2603: Clinton's Black-Judas Bilderberg – Serco Twin-Towers Cat-Bond Tor – EEOC WTC7 Resilience Floor

United States Marine Field McConnell  
Plum City Online - (
February 26, 2016

1. Abel Danger (AD) asserts that Vernon Jordan, Clinton's Black Judas, and Blair's Cabinet aide Peter Mandelsohn met at the Bilderberg conference in Gutenberg in May 2001 to plan an Unconventional Threat exercise for June 1-2 and a Live Fire Hijacking on 9/11.

2. AD asserts that on July 16, 2001, Serco 8(a) lenders used the Navy's Onion Router (Tor) to set up a Twin Towers cat bond so Clinton Foundation donors and Jordan's banking cronies could file a double occurrence claim after the controlled demolition of the WTC towers on 9/11.

3. AD asserts that Serco 8(a) companies set up a Resilient-exercise control room on the 18th Floor of WTC#7 so that EEOC agents could synchronize news injects with media plays over the Navy's Tor network and attribute the collapsing towers to bin Laden's hijacked planes.

4. AD asserts that Serco and EEOC agents demolished WTC#7 to destroy evidence of the Resilient control room on the 18th Floor and the secret use of Tor to trigger cat bonds and time the death of 9/11 victims for death pools operated by Blair’s UK Cabinet Office.

United States Marine Field McConnell ( offers to show U.S. citizens how to track the murder-for-hire organization behind the deaths of the victims of 9/11 to the plans developed by Clinton's Black Judas – Vernon Jordan – and Peter Mandelsohn at Bilderberg 2001.

Peter Mandelson: Prince of Darkness 

Clinton Adviser Vernon Jordan on Bilderberg: "We Don't Want Any Press"

Hillary Clinton questioned about Bilderberg 
Armstrong Williams – Another Black Judas – Former EEOC agent – Set up the 9/11 Resilience media play in WTC#7 

Most of the money was paid to the WTC cat-bond leveraged-lease master servicer and Serco shareholder, Wells Fargo. 

Obama mastered cat bonds, leveraged leases and currency swaps at BIC in New York in 1984 

Copy of SERCO GROUP PLC: List of Subsidiaries AND [Loan Shark] Shareholders! 
(Mobile Playback Version)
Serco's National Visa Center 

Jane Standley of BBC World - Early Clip at Famous Window

WAG THE DOG - Trailer - (1997) - HQ 

FOX 5 WTC 7 collapse foreknowledge? 

[Serco's] Defense Ammunition Center 

Serco... Would you like to know more? 

"EEOC Remembers September 11, 2001
Chair Berrien's Message to EEOC Staff on the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) determined that special measures were needed to combat a backlash of employment discrimination against those perceived – based on their ethnicity, religion or national origin – to resemble the attackers. Ten years later, the issues that caused the backlash continue, and EEOC remains vigilant.

The Sept. 11 attacks also hit the EEOC directly. In addition to bringing down the Twin Towers, the assault destroyed a nearby office building that housed the EEOC's New York District Office – though all EEOC employees were safely evacuated.
In the days immediately following September 11, when feelings were still raw, then-EEOC Chair Cari 

Dominguez issued a public statement that highlighted the need for tolerance in the workplace. Chair Dominguez said that we must "not allow our anger about . . . [these] heinous events . . . to be misdirected against innocent individuals because of their religion, ethnicity, or country of origin." The Chair urged employers to call attention to their policies against discrimination and harassment, and to be especially vigilant about the possibility of backlash against Middle Eastern or Muslim employees.

In addition, the EEOC intensified its outreach, created fact sheets on immigrant employee rights ( and discrimination based on religion, ethnicity or country of origin ( ), translated the fact sheets into Farsi, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu and Arabic and distributed the material on wallet cards and in other user-friendly formats.

EEOC staff also conducted vigorous outreach and education, to employers and workers alike, about discrimination based on race, ethnicity, and country of origin. Staff met with employers, civil rights organizations and members of religious groups, and attended community forums, to discuss how to prevent religious and national origin discrimination as a result of September11. For example:

The EEOC's Cleveland office, in a joint venture with the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, met with members of the Muslim, Sikh, Middle Eastern and Arab-American communities to discuss backlash concerns in five Ohio cities;

The Houston office met with Islamic student groups and held a town meeting in a local mosque, which was attended by members of six other mosques.

EEOC staff went to mosques, churches and community centers across the country to provide counseling and take charges. The Commission created a special code to track charges related to September 11 from people who were – or were perceived to be – Muslim, Arab, Afghani, Middle Eastern or South Asian, or those alleging retaliation related to September 11.

To focus further attention on the issues surrounding backlash discrimination and to educate employers and the public, the Commission held a public meeting ( in December 2001, featuring representatives of community and business groups discussing problems facing employees as well as employer best practices to prevent and address post-9/11 backlash in the workplace.

In the initial months after the terrorist attack, the EEOC saw a 250% increase in the number of religion-based discrimination charges involving Muslims. Over the past ten years:

The EEOC received 1,036 charges using the special code, out of more than 750,000 charges filed since the attacks;

Of the charges filed under the special code, discharge was an issue in 614 charges and harassment in 440 charges;

84 (8.2%) charges resulted in settlements, 30 (2.9%) in withdrawals with benefits, 25 (2.4%) in successful conciliations (settlement after an EEOC finding reasonable cause to believe discrimination occurred);

Charges were filed in 38 states and the District of Columbia, including 169 charges in California, 140 in Texas, 67 in Florida and 63 in Illinois.

Since September 11, the Commission has filed more than 80 lawsuits alleging backlash discrimination, many of which concerned harassment involving national origin and ethnicity. The alleged harassment included taunts such as “Saddam Hussein,” “camel eater,” and “terrorist.” During the same period, the Commission filed more than 3,200 lawsuits alleging discrimination based on all statutes enforced.

The EEOC’s fight against backlash discrimination in the days immediately after the September 11 attacks grew from urgent and extreme circumstances. Perhaps of even greater concern, in addition to those charges with a direct link to the September 11 backlash, the Commission continues to see more charges involving religious discrimination against Muslims and alleging national origin discrimination against Muslims or those with a Middle Eastern background. As a result, in addition to outreach efforts to ensure that the Nation’s laws prohibiting employment discrimination on the basis of religion and national origin are vigorously enforced, the EEOC has continued to work with the communities most impacted by backlash discrimination to ensure that both employees and employers are aware of their rights and responsibilities under the law."

"7 World Trade Center is a building in the World Trade Center complex in Lower ManhattanNew York City. The current incarnation is the second building to bear that name and address in that location. The original structure was completed in 1987 and was destroyed in the September 11 attacks. The current building opened in 2006. Both buildings were developed by Larry Silverstein, who holds a ground lease for the site from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
The original 7 World Trade Center was 47 stories tall, clad in red exterior masonry, and occupied a trapezoidal footprint. An elevated walkway connected the building to the World Trade Center plaza. The building was situated above a Consolidated Edison power substation, which imposed unique structural design constraints. When the building opened in 1987, Silverstein had difficulties attracting tenants. In 1988, Salomon Brothers signed a long-term lease, and became the main tenants of the building. On September 11, 2001, 7 WTC was damaged by debris when the nearby North Tower of the World Trade Center collapsed. The debris also ignited fires, which continued to burn throughout the afternoon on lower floors of the building. The building's internal fire suppression system lacked water pressure to fight the fires, and the building collapsed completely at 5:21:10 pm, according to FEMA,[6] while the 2008 NIST study placed the final collapse time at 5:20:52 pm.[7] The collapse began when a critical internal column buckled and triggered structural failure throughout, which was first visible from the exterior with the crumbling of a rooftop penthouse structure at 5:20:33 pm. The collapse made the old 7 World Trade Center the first tall building known to have collapsed primarily due to uncontrolled fires,[8] and the only steel skyscraper in the world to have collapsed due to fire.[9]"

"Seven World Trade Center, building 7 of the World Trade Center inNew York City, was completed in 1987 at a height of 185 m (610 ft).
According to The New York Times and CBS News, one of the federal agencies listed below was incorrect, as it was actually used as a front for CIA operations.[2]


"Two World Trade Center

2 WORLD TRADE CENTER LLC xxxPROPERTY: 2 World Trade Center xxxNew York, New York …..

24.8.2 the Lessee (or Transferor) places into escrow, with a Depository mutually acceptable to the Port Authority and the Lessee (or Transferor), an amount equal to the disputed amount to be held in escrow by the Depository until the Security Release Date and thereupon the Depository shall disburse the escrowed amount in accordance with the joint direction of the parties or the direction of the arbitrator as described in Section 24.7.2 above, or, as security on the payment of the disputed amount, delivers to the Port Authority (and maintains or renews in successive one (I) year periods, in a manmer satisfactory to the Port Authority, until no earlier than the date which is thirty (30) days after the Security Release Date) an irrevocable, unconditional letter of credit in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Port Authority in an amount equal to the sum of (a) the disputed amount and (b) interest thereon (at the Prime Rate) for an initial period of one (I) year, payable to the Port Authority and issued by 
[Serco shareholders;] Bank of America, N.A., JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Bank of New York/Mellon, HSBC Bank, Citibank, N.A., or any successor in interest to any of the foregoing, or a bank which is a member of the New York Clearing House Association or is a non-member bank reasonably acceptable to the Port Authority, is domiciled in the United States, has an office in New York City at which a letter of credit issued by such bank may be presented for payment, whose most recent issue of long term debt is rated AA or better by Standard & Poor's NY 73085178v4 Corporation (or any successor thereto) or rated Aa2 or better by Moody's Investors Service, Inc. (or any successor thereto), or if neither of such Persons nor their Successors is then in the business of rating such debt, a comparable rating from any other rating organization reasonably satisfactory to the Port Authority, and otherwise satisfies the requirements of an Institutional Investor. Any interest earned on funds escrowed by the Lessee or Transferor shall be allocated between the Port Authority and the Lessee or Transferor in the same proportion as the ultimate payment and/or reimbursement (as the case may be) to the Port Authority or the Lessee (or Transferor) of the escrowed amount (but no such interest paid to the Port Authority shall constitute a Transaction Payment)"

"Catastrophe bonds (also known as cat bonds) are risk-linked securities that transfer a specified set of risks from a sponsor to investors. They were created and first used in the mid-1990s in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew and the Northridge earthquake.

Catastrophe bonds emerged from a need by insurance companies to alleviate some of the risks they would face if a major catastrophe occurred, which would incur damages that they could not cover by the premiums, and returns from investments using the premiums, that they received.[citation needed] An insurance company issues bonds through an investment bank, which are then sold to investors. These bonds are inherently risky, generally BB,[1] and usually have maturities less than 3 years. If no catastrophe occurred, the insurance company would pay a coupon to the investors, who made a healthy return. On the contrary, if a catastrophe did occur, then the principal would be forgiven and the insurance company would use this money to pay their claim-holders. Investors include hedge funds, catastrophe-oriented funds, and asset managers. They are often structured as floating-rate bonds whose principal is lost if specified trigger conditions are met. If triggered the principal is paid to the sponsor. The triggers are linked to major natural catastrophes. Catastrophe bonds are typically used by insurers as an alternative to traditional catastrophe reinsurance.
For example, if an insurer has built up a portfolio of risks by insuring properties in Florida, then it might wish to pass some of this risk on so that it can remain solvent after a large hurricane. It could simply purchase traditional catastrophe reinsurance, which would pass the risk on to reinsurers. Or it could sponsor a cat bond, which would pass the risk on to investors. In consultation with an investment bank, it would create a special purpose entity that would issue the cat bond. Investors would buy the bond, which might pay them a coupon of LIBOR plus a spread, generally (but not always) between 3 and 20%. If no hurricane hit Florida, then the investors would make a healthy return on their investment. But if a hurricane were to hit Florida and trigger the cat bond, then the principal initially contributed by the investors would be transferred to the sponsor to pay its claims to policyholders. The bond would technically be in default and be a loss to investors.[2]

Michael Moriarty, Deputy Superintendent of the New York State Insurance Department, has been at the forefront of state regulatory efforts to have U.S. regulators encourage the development of insurance securitizations through cat bonds in the United States instead of off-shore, through encouraging two different methods—protected cells and special purpose reinsurance vehicles.[3] In August 2007 Michael Lewis, the author of Liar's Poker andMoneyball, wrote an article about catastrophe bonds that appeared in The New York Times Magazine, entitled "In Nature's Casino."[4]"
"Cantor Fitzgerald's corporate headquarters and New York City office,[7][8]on the 101st–105th floors of One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan(2–6 floors above the impact zone of a hijacked airliner), were destroyed during the September 11, 2001 attacks. At 8:46:46 A.M., six seconds after Cantor's tower was struck by the plane, a Goldman Sachs server issued an alert saying that its trading system had gone offline because it wasn't able to connect with a Cantor server.[9][10][11] Cantor Fitzgerald lost over two-thirds of its workforce, considerably more than any of the other World Trade Center tenants or the New York City Police Department, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department, the New York City Fire Department, and the United States Department of Defense."

"Serco do a bunch more that didn’t even make our story:  As well as thanking God for his success, CEO Chris Hyman is a Pentecostal Christian who has released a gospel album in America and fasts every Tuesday. Amazingly, he was also in the World Trade Centre on 9/11, on the 47th floor addressing shareholders [such as Wells Fargo with an insured interest in the leveraged lease on the WTC Twin Towewrs]. Serco run navy patrol boats for the ADF, as well as search and salvage operations through their partnership with P&O which form Defence Maritime Services. Serco run two Australian jails already, Acacia in WA and Borallon in Queensland. They’re one of the biggest companies In the UK for running electronic tagging of offenders under house arrest or parole.” 

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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