Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Barack Obama’s alleged use of the Serco Stratum 0 clock in the manipulation of packet-switched crime-scene data, to the Dogwood information chain which Obama associates appear to have set up for hoax events at the Sandy Hook Elementary School where hired actors fed the media with false information to support Obama’s gun control program.
McConnell notes that the Head of operations at OSS Istanbul in WWII was a banker from Chicago named Lanning “Packy” Macfarland who maintained the cover story as a banker for the American lend-lease program and that Macfarland hired Alfred Schwarz, a Czechoslovakian engineer who came to be known as “Dogwood” and ended up establishing the notorious Dogwood (dis)information chain.
McConnell believes that Obama’s Sidley Austin law firm associates and OSS clients in Chicago extended the Dogwood (dis)information chain after WWII and adopted the Serco Stratum 0 reference clock to front run the Wag the Dog stories which, inter alia, support the manipulation of stock markets, the confiscation of guns and the acceptance of a Citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies as POTUS 44!.
Their ranks numbered one of America’s most famous chefs, a special assistant to JFK, the sons of President Theodore Roosevelt and the father of Stewart Copeland, drummer of rock band The Police.
By Catherine Elsworth in Los Angeles
7:48PM BST 14 Aug 2008
Until now, few knew that Julia Child, historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr, Quentin and Kermit Roosevelt and Miles Copeland shared a common secret past – as spies in America’s first centralised intelligence effort created as Hitler threatened the world.
The disparate group also included baseball star Moe Berg, film actor Sterling Hayden, who appeared in Dr Strangelove and The Godfather, and Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg.
All were agents serving in an international spy ring managed by the Office of Strategic Services, or OSS, an early version of the CIA created by President Franklin Roosevelt during World War II.”
President Franklin D. Roosevelt was concerned about American intelligence deficiencies. On the suggestion of Canadian/British spymaster William Stephenson, the senior British intelligence officer in the western hemisphere, Roosevelt requested that William J. Donovan draft a plan for an intelligence service. Colonel Donovan was employed to evaluate the global military position in order to offer suggestions concerning American intelligence requirements because the U.S. did not have a central intelligence agency. After submitting his work, “Memorandum of Establishment of Service of Strategic Information,” Colonel Donovan was appointed as the “Co-ordinator of Information” in July 1941.
The Office of Strategic Services was established by a Presidential military order issued by President Roosevelt on June 13, 1942, to collect and analyze strategic information required by the Joint Chiefs of Staffand to conduct special operations not assigned to other agencies. During the War, the OSS supplied policy makers with facts and estimates, but the OSS never had jurisdiction over all foreign intelligence activities. The FBI was responsible for intelligence work in Latin America, and the Army and Navy guarded their areas of responsibility.
The OSS also recruited and ran one of the war’s most important spies, the German diplomat Fritz Kolbe. Other functions of the OSS included the use of propaganda, espionage, subversion, and post-war planning.
The OSS purchased Soviet code and cipher material (or Finnish information on them) from émigré Finnish army officers in late 1944. Secretary of State Edward Stettinius, Jr., protested that this violated an agreement President Roosevelt made with the Soviet Union not to interfere with Soviet cipher traffic from the United States. General Donovan might have copied the papers before returning them the following January, but there is no record of Arlington Hall‘s receiving them, and CIA and NSA archives have no surviving copies. This codebook was in fact used as part of the Venonadecryption effort, which helped uncover large-scale Soviet espionage in North America.
One of the greatest accomplishments of the OSS during World War II was its penetration of Nazi Germany by OSS operatives. The OSS was responsible for training German and Austrian individuals for missions inside Germany. Some of these agents included exiled communists and Socialist party members, labor activists, anti-Nazi prisoners-of-war, and German and Jewish refugees. At the height of its influence during World War II, the OSS employed almost 24,000 people.
….. Head of operations at OSS Istanbul was a banker from Chicago named Lanning “Packy” Macfarland who maintained the cover story as a banker for the American lend-lease program. Macfarland hired Alfred Schwarz, a Czechoslovakian engineer and businessman who came to be known as “Dogwood” and ended up establishing the notorious Dogwood information chain. Dogwood in turn hired a personal assistant named Walter Arndt and established himself as an employee of the Istanbul Western Electrik Kompani. Through Schwartz and Arndt the OSS was able to infiltrate anti-fascist groups in Austria, Hungary and Germany. Schwartz was able to convince Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian and Swiss diplomatic couriers to smuggle American intelligence information into these territories and establish contact with elements antagonistic to the Nazis and their collaborators. Couriers and agents memorized information and produced analytical reports; when they were not able to memorize effectively they recorded information on microfilm and hid it in their shoes or hollowed pencils. Through this process information about the Nazi regime made its way to Macfarland and the OSS in Istanbul and eventually to Washington. While the OSS “Dogwood-chain” produced a lot of information, its reliability was increasingly questioned by British intelligence. Eventually by May 1944 through collaboration between the OSS, British intelligence, Cairo and Washington the entire “Dogwood-chain” was found to be unreliable and dangerous. Planting phony information into the OSS was intended to misdirect the resources of the Allies. Schwartz’s “Dogwood – chain” which was the largest American intelligence gathering tool in occupied territory, was shortly thereafter shut down.”