#1353 Marine Links Harper Spread-Bet Carbon Trade to North Tower 8:32 + 14 Delayed
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Stephen Harper’s alleged role in spread-bet carbon trades in Calgary and New York in September 2001, to the 9/11 8:46 a.m. (8:32 + 14 minutes delayed) impact time of American Airlines Flight 11 on WTC# 1 (North Tower) and the murder of 658 workers at the world’s No.# 1 carbon trader, Cantor Fitzgerald.
McConnell points out that on 9/11, Harper was the only political leader in the world with the technical knowledge needed to set up an E-spread-bet trading capability in Canada where carbon emissions by planes and people in New York could be terminated at a time that made the 8:32 verse of the Quran look like a self-fulfilling prophecy!
“WTC1 North Tower Plane Impact on 9/11 – Naudet [placed to record ‘money shot’ needed for the 9/11 spread bet bookmaker to collect 8:32 + 14 vig]”
“[Anfal 8:32] And when they said, “O Allah! If this (the Qur’an) is really the truth from You, then shower upon us a rain of stones from the sky, or bring upon us some painful punishment.””
“American Airlines Flight 11 was a passenger flight which was hijacked by five al-Qaeda terrorists on September 11, 2001, as part of the September 11 attacks. They deliberately crashed it into the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, killing all 87 people aboard plus the hijackers, and an unconfirmed number in the building’s impact zone. The aircraft involved, a Boeing 767-223ER, was flying American Airlines’ daily scheduled morning transcontinental servicefrom Logan International Airport, in Boston, Massachusetts, to Los Angeles International Airport, in Los Angeles, California. .. he aircraft crashed into the North tower of the World Trade Center at 08:46 local time [a spread-bet opportunity]. Many in the streets witnessed the strike; Jules Naudet and Pavel Hlava captured the impact on video. Wolfgang Staehle had a webcam set up that captured the impact through a series of photographs. Before the hijacking was confirmed, news agencies began to report on the incident and speculated that the crash had been an accident. The impact and subsequent fire caused the North Tower to collapse, 102 minutes after the crash, which resulted in hundreds of additional casualties due to the collapse of the tower. During the recovery effort at theWorld Trade Center site, workers recovered and identified dozens of remains from Flight 11 victims, but many body fragments could not be identified. … By 07:40, all five hijackers were aboard the flight, scheduled to depart at 07:45. Mohamed Atta sat in business class seat 8D with Abdulaziz al-Omari in 8G and Suqami in 10B. Waleed al-Shehri and Wail al-Shehri sat in first class seats 2B and 2A. At 07:46, one minute behind schedule, the aircraft received clearance to push back from Gate B32, and was cleared to taxi to the runway at 07:50. The aircraft began its takeoff run from Logan International Airport at 07:59 from runway 4R. [14 minutes late allegedly giving the Harper and Obama’s spread bet bookmaker, Sidley Austin, the challenge of getting the impact time between 8:32 and 8:46] …. At 08:46:30, Mohamed Atta intentionally crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the northern facade of the North Tower (Tower 1) of the World Trade Center.The aircraft, traveling at about 404 knots (465 mph; 748 km/h) and carrying about 10,000 U.S. gallons (38,000 L) of jet fuel, hit between the 93rd and 99th floors [another spread-bet opportunity] of the North Tower. … After the crash, the North Tower burned and collapsed 102 minutes after the impact at 10:28 A.M. Although the impact itself caused extensive structural damage, the long-lasting fire ignited by jet fuel was blamed for the structural failure of the tower. In addition to the aircraft, passengers, and building occupants, hundreds of rescue workers also died when the tower collapsed. Cantor Fitzgerald L.P., an investment bank on floors 101–105 of the World Trade Center One, lost 658 employees [another spread-bet opportunity], considerably more than any other employer.”
“ALBERTA GHG EMISSIONS TRADING SIMULATION September 5-6, 2001 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada FINAL REPORT A Tribute to Our Friends and Colleagues at CO2e.com Three of our friends and colleagues from our headquarters inside Cantor Fitzgerald on the 101st floor of One World Trade Center, New York, are lost following the disaster that struck on Tuesday 11 September 2001. Carlton Bartels, Adam White and John Willett were instrumental in planning and executing this Trading simulation. CO2e.com is a small, tightly knit team who all count each other as friends. This appalling event has left a huge hole our hearts. We have received hundreds of enquiries, offers of support and tributes from friends and colleagues of John, Adam and Carlton, which stand as a true testament to them. We thank you for your kind support. Please continue to visit www.CO2e.com as they move forward with their business in honour of those who worked so hard to help create it. 2001 Climate Change Central; CO2e.com LLC; Dr. Robert Oxoby, University of Calgary”
RESOLUTE, Nunavut – A simulated major air crash was only hours away when word came to soldiers, coast guard personnel and RCMP that they were faced with the real thing in remote Resolute.
Saturday’s deadly crash of a chartered Boeing 737 barely a kilometre from the High Arctic hamlet’s windswept airport came smack in the middle of the largest Arctic military exercise ever conducted by the Canadian Forces.
The final phase of Operation Nanook was to designed to simulate a mid-air collision between a small bush plane and cargo plane, the “signature piece” of the three-week exercise, according to a government official. The Canadian Forces had even positioned the wreckage of a long-ago crash on a plateau above the village of 250 people. ….
The crash, which claimed 12 lives but remarkably left three survivors, highlighted both the importance of Canadian rescue capacity to the Far North and the desperate difficulties in handling major disasters in remote regions.
“Along with the first responders from the Resolute Bay community, you came face-to-face with the very danger that you were preparing for,” Harper told a couple of hundred military, coast guard and research community folks assembled in a wind-buffeted army tent.
“You presence here and your quick response saved lives. Amidst this great tragedy, you helped save lives. That can never be forgotten.”
The prime minister delayed and shortened his scheduled visit to Resolute in order not to overburden the tiny village’s already strained infrastructure.
The simulated air disaster drill was cancelled and more than a hundred Canadian Forces members shipped out early to make room for incoming air disaster investigators, coroners and forensics experts.
It was pure chance that the town was so prepared for the crash.
The military had built a full medical and dental field hospital for the exercise and had flown in two fire trucks and their crews on C-17 transports. The three survivors of the crash, including a seven-year-old girl, were first treated at the field hospital while the fire crews doused the burning fuselage.
An official said coast guard helicopters on hand were particularly crucial to the rescue efforts.
Had Operation Nanook not been in full swing, “the Canadian Forces response would have hours instead of minutes,” said the official, “but the community response would have been the same.”
While the prime minister stressed the increasing capacity to handle disasters in the Far North, he told reporters it’s simply not feasible to have search-and-rescue capability scattered across the North.”
More to follow.