#1358 Marine Links Jarrett’s Pedophile Spread-Bet Instruments to White House Women and Girls
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked, Valerie Jarrett’s ‘pedophile spread-bet negotiable instruments’ to the White House Council on Women and Girls which the former Chair of the Chicago Stock Exchange allegedly set up to extort ‘over /under bettors’ with precise body counts as in the case of the 20 children, executed and disfigured in the DMORT Region V murder-for-vig attack on the Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012.
18 U.S.C. § 1958 : US Code – Section 1958: Murder For Hire – Crown Agents’ Sisters – Night Is Falling – Abel Danger Update: Nov. 1, 2011
Valerie Jarrett Introduces the Council on Women and Girls Website
Ban Ki-Moon, Michelle Bachelet, Valerie Jarrett, and Amy Gutmann on Empowering women
Jane Addams and Hull House [allegedly closed by Jarrett and spread-bet lawyers with Sidley Austin and DLA Piper in January 2012 after Abel Danger exposed same-sex pedophile entrapment and extortion]
“Sandy Hook Hoax “Medical Examiner” Wayne Carver [spoliation of a spread-bet murder-for-vig crime scene where 20 dead children is in spread sheet] ”
“Valerie Jarrett on Her First Job: Lessons She Learned”
“Progress Toward a World Without Violence Against Women and Girls
Eqlima is a young girl from Afghanistan. She lived with an abusive father and stepmother who often beat her. They even set her hair on fire. She escaped to a U.S. State Department-supported women’s shelter. The staff helped move her away from her father and stepmother, and now is helping her move in with her older brother.
Stories like these are all too common. From beatings, to “honor” killings, to sexual violence as a tactic of war, from intimate partner violence to human trafficking– the forms of gender-based violence are varied, but their scope, and their impact are devastating. Globally, an estimated one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime.
When women and girls are denied the chance to fully contribute to society because of the violence or fear they face, our entire world suffers. That’s why President Obama has made the treatment of women an essential part of our global vision for democracy and human rights. A key part of that effort is stopping violence against women and girls.
Last December, President Obama released the first ever U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security and signed an Executive Order directing the Plan’s implementation. This action signaled a key commitment of the Obama Administration: to put gender equality and the advancement of women and girls at the forefront of our foreign policy.
Today, I am proud to announce that the President has taken another important step to prioritize and protect the rights of women and girls. President Obama issued an Executive Order on Preventing and Responding to Violence Against Women and Girls Globally. The Executive Order requires enhanced coordination of the United States’ efforts through the creation of an interagency working group, co-chaired by Secretary of State Clinton and USAID Administrator Shah, designed to leverage our country’s tremendous expertise and capacity to prevent and respond to gender-based violence globally as well as establish a coordinated, government-wide approach to address this terrible reality.
The Executive Order directs Federal agencies to implement a new strategy, developed by USAID and the State Department. The four objectives of the strategy to prevent and respond to gender-based violence globally are to: (1) increase coordination of gender-based violence prevention and response efforts among United States Government agencies and with other stakeholders; (2) enhance integration of gender-based violence prevention and response efforts into existing United States Government work; (3) improve collection, analysis, and use of data and research to enhance gender-based violence prevention, and response efforts; and (4) enhance and expand United States Government programming that addresses gender-based violence.
The Executive Order also requires that the work is evaluated in line with the Administration’s focus on data collection and research. Recognizing that this is a long-term commitment, the Executive Order directs the interagency working group to update or revise the strategy after three years. You can read more about the Executive Order here.
Our commitment to ending violence against women and girls is both a foreign policy priority and a domestic policy priority. The United States has made tremendous progress on violence against women and girls domestically since the passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in 1994. Since the passage of the Act, annual rates of domestic violence have dropped by more than 60 percent.
As you all know, the Violence Against Women Act, something that should be above politics, is mired in just that on the Hill. The Senate passed a strong bipartisan bill three months ago. The House should take up the Senate bill so we can get this important bill to the President’s desk. Women should not have to wait a day longer. As the Vice President has said, Congress should act now to protect women.
The Obama Administration is doing its part in the effort to end violence against women and girls In 2010, President Obama announcedunprecedented coordination across Federal agencies to continue our progress in reducing violence against women in the United States, and Vice President Biden has led the Administration’s efforts to reach teens and young women who are most at risk of dating violence and sexual assault. Most recently, President Obama and Vice President Biden appeared with star athletes in a public service announcement speaking out against violence and launched our 1 is 2 Many Campaign.
Globally, the President’s commitment is embodied throughout the Administration’s foreign policy efforts, from the President’s National Security Strategy; to the Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development; to the U.S. National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security. Ultimately, the President and his administration’s goal is a world free from violence against women and girls.
But we realize that government alone cannot end this problem. That’s why the Executive Order directs agencies to deepen their engagement with a broader set of stakeholders, including civil society, grassroots, and international organizations, all of which are a vital part of the effort to end violence against women and girls.
Today’s Executive Order and new strategy to prevent and respond to gender-based violence globally provide a blueprint to guide our next steps in working towards this goal.
Together, we can help protect more women and girls like Eqlima from senseless violence, and give them the opportunity to advance and thrive, living without fear.
Valerie Jarrett is a Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama.
“Transferable securities are securities negotiable on the capital market excluding instruments of payment and include:
(a) shares in companies;
(c) depositary receipts;
(d) warrants; and
(e) miscellaneous securitised derivatives.
Transferable securities comprise various categories of derivatives in the permission regime: for example, options (excluding commodity options and options on commodity futures); futures (excluding commodity futures and rolling spot forex contracts); contracts for differences (excluding spread bets and rolling spot forex contracts).”
“The general purpose of spread betting is to create an active market for both sides of a binary wager, even if the outcome of an event may appear prima facie to be biased towards one side or the other. In a sporting event a strong team may be matched up against a historically weaker team; almost every game will have a favorite and an underdog. If the wager is simply “Will the favorite win?”, more bets are likely to be made for the favorite, possibly to such an extent that there would be very few betters willing to take the underdog. The point spread is essentially a handicap towards the underdog. The wager becomes “Will the favorite win by more than the point spread?” The point spread can be moved to any level to create an equal number of participants on each side of the wager. This allows a bookmaker to act as a market maker by accepting wagers on both sides of the spread. The bookmaker charges a commission, or vigorish, and acts as the counterparty for each participant. As long as the total amount wagered on each side is roughly equal, the bookmaker is unconcerned with the actual outcome; profits instead come from the commissions. Because the spread is intended to create an equal number of wagers on either side, the implied probability is 50% for both sides of the wager. In order to profit, the bookmaker must pay one side (or both sides) less than this notional amount. In practice, spreads may be perceived as slightly favoring one side, and bookmakers will often revise their odds in order to manage their event risk. Spreads in sports wagering Spread betting was invented by Charles K. McNeil, a mathematics teacher from Connecticut [who taught JFK who wanted to expose the spread racket!] who became a bookmaker in Chicago in the 1940s [where he allegedly worked with Sidley Austin on murder-for-vig which ultimately financed the triangulated sniper attack on JFK] . The idea became popular in the United Kingdom in the 1980s. In North America, the gambler usually wagers that the difference between the scores of two teams will be less than or greater than the value specified by the bookmaker.”
More to follow.