Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedJulian Assange’s hacks of the Nortel Joint Automated Booking System (‘JABS’) for his apparently pedophile-feminist (‘pedo-fem’) mentors to SOS Children’s Villages groomers who allegedly procured images needed to entrap officials into supporting phony 9/11 Global Guardian war games and Assange’s current asylum status at Ecuador’s London embassy.
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“CTV [Cold Squad = Murder by GPS of Deborah Furlong] News …. With Julian Assange still in Ecuador embassy, diplomat to meet British counterpart
The Associated Press Published Monday, June 3, 2013 8:19PM EDT
QUITO, Ecuador — Ecuador’s foreign minister says he plans to meet with his British counterpart on June 17 to discuss the unresolved asylum case of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Assange will by then be completing a year of living in cramped quarters in Ecuador’s London embassy.
Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino announced the meeting with Britain’s William Hague via Twitter on Monday and says he hopes to sketch out a resolution.
Assange took refuge in the embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden to face questioning for alleged sexual misconduct. Britain has refused to grant him safe passage.
Ecuador says Assange faces a real threat of political persecution from the U.S. for publishing a trove of secret U.S. documents.
For over a decade, Nortel Networks Ltd. was compromised by individuals using a Chinese IP address. With just seven passwords, copies of business plans, reports and emails wound their way overseas. Now the concern is that the malware used to access the company’s secrets may have spread to other players in the telecommunications industry.
Brian Shields, a former 19-year Nortel veteran, led an investigation to the data breach and in a Wall Street Journal(subscription required) article, said that Nortel repeatedly ignored his concerns over the years. Shields alleges that Nortel didn’t fix the hacking before selling its assets in 2009. Avaya Inc. [now operates JABS], Ciena Corp., and Ericsson told the WSJ they were not concerned their products may be compromised as a result of any Nortel acquisitions.
Unclear is how Nortel became compromised [It’s not unclear; Nortel was hacked by Assange in 1991 Melbourne for his pedo-fem mentors in the White Brotherhood and SOS]. Usually targeted attacks are the result of personal emails that contain malware. That malware, known by the antimalware industry as Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), can then be used to plant rootkits within the target network. If so, then Nortel would join Google and RSA in having been hit by APTs.”
“Grupos neo nazis y de Supremacía Blanca en Ecuador
POR Theo Rodríguez
Jueves 23 Agosto 2012 | 00:00
Mientras la mayoría de la población en Ecuador ignora la creciente presencia de grupos neo nazis y de Supremacía Blanca que se han establecido en la capital, Quito, para los agentes de inteligencia en la comunidad internacional, que laboran en territorio ecuatoriano, es un secreto a voces.
Por lo general, estos grupos alquilan salones en los principales hoteles quiteños para la celebración de sus frecuentes reuniones.
En el caso de los neo nazis, los asistentes regulares visten de uniforme con la suástica y hacen el saludo militar con el brazo extendido, como en los tiempos antiguos de la Alemania nazi de Adolfo Hitler, frente a su fotografía que es decorada con banderas y literatura de su movimiento.
Mientras, los de la Supremacía Blanca tratan de usar discreción para no llamar la atención de las autoridades ecuatorianas cuando acuden a lugares privados, como fincas o haciendas fuera de Quito y en otros lugares en el país tan distantes como Manabí, Esmeraldas, Guayas, o el Oriente, para realizar sus prácticas de entrenamiento paramilitar y de tiro al blanco con armas de fuego de alto calibre, aunque la mayoría no tenga el correspondiente permiso para portar este tipo de armamento. En ambos grupos el discrimen racial es un común denominador. Pero para obtener poder político su plan es comprar el voto en las etnias indígenas, negras y de montubios, en cualquier provincia en Ecuador, para lanzar a su marioneta (candidato) en busca de una posición influyente en el gobierno local o nacional.
Obviamente, la presencia de los neo nazis en Ecuador preocupa a los agentes de inteligencia de Israel y los Estados Unidos, por la proliferación que se ha registrado en Sur América en los últimos cinco años, donde se tiene información que entre las fronteras de Brasil, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, y Uruguay existe una comunidad oculta de ex oficiales de las fuerzas armadas alemanes y sus familiares, que se refugiaron en esa área antes de la caída de Adolfo Hitler, y ahora pretenden revivir el neo socialismo en los países sudamericanos.
Al presente, los agentes de inteligencia de la Policía nacional y militar de Ecuador continúan trabajando en la identificación [with JABS] de los miembros de la Supremacía Blanca, que en un 99 por ciento no son anglosajones por nacimiento o descendientes, pero ellos se consideran más blancos que el resto de la población en Ecuador.
“How are SOS Mothers chosen?
SOS Mothers are carefully chosen and trained. They are prepared to become involved in a painful process, if it is in the child’s interest. SOS Children looks for women whose personalities and ways of dealing with life are such that the children can easily relate to them. An SOS mother has a large influence on the children based on the relationship she builds with each one of them. She is also an expert, who by using her training is able to understand the children and their life stories.
What kind of training do mothers receive?
Training for SOS mothers depends on the cultural, social, and economic circumstances in each region. While it varies accordingly, each prospective SOS mother must complete two years of basic training, which includes both theoretical teaching and on-job-training. The theoretical teaching covers a variety of subjects, including education and psychotherapy for trauma, housekeeping, nutritional science, and child development. On-job-training is done at individual SOS Children’s Villages.
Quito (dpa) – Victoria Largo has retired from being a mother.
For 40 years, she ran an outstandingly successful home for orphans in Ecuador, one of the SOS Children’s Villages chain. Her former charges still visit her to experience her boundless love for them.
She describes her experience of service with a single word: “Happiness”.
Largo said her heart was grateful for having had the opportunity to care for nine children, all of whom are now grown adults and professionals.
The surrogate “mothers” who run the homes in the Children’s Villages in Ecuador and provide home care for children receive a monthly stipend of US$422. They are part of a global chain of 533 homes for orphans. The movement began in Austria in 1949.
Ecuador’s SOS Children’s Villages have improved the lives of more than 300 people: They were all able to establish happy homes as adults after losing their own homes early in life when they were abandoned by their parents or suffered other calamities.
Three hundred children might seem like a low figure for 50 years of work in Ecuador, but the SOS Children’s Villages programme thinks long term.
Children grow up in the villages and are educated until they reach the threshold of adulthood, and then, like any young member of any household anywhere in the world, they are encouraged to leave home and make their own lives.
Natasha Montero, director of the SOS Children’s Villages association in Quito, said that the approach “seeks to restore children’s rights”. That is to say, give them back the families they have lost.
Montero told dpa in an interview that the programme does not see its task as charity, but rather as fulfilling the need for society to have children who can claim families, education, safe places and a community to which they belong.
She said that SOS Children’s Villages gives children “the normalcy of life” based on the exercise of their rights “in a family, in love, in caring, in forms of discipline that are consistent with affection, in constant education”.
The children’s village in Quito is located close to several densely populated poor districts. It is a 12-house compound, with administrative offices and large green and recreational areas.
The children can be seen everywhere, playing and doing their chores, schoolwork and socializing.
Substitute mothers gather them up in the afternoons and take them to their “homes” in the village, where they live with “siblings” who are other kids from similar backgrounds brought to live in these houses before they sink further into despair and violence.
The programme currently supports six villages in different parts of Ecuador. In recent years the Ecuadorean government has begun contributing to the children’s villages, which were set up with donations from ordinary people in Europe, but money is always short.
Monica Pastrana, in charge of family building and community development, said in an interview that the work is not limited to the children, because there is a broader spectrum of activities that reaches out to nearly 1,300 families through community centers.
She said that the Children’s Villages work to create “the warmth of a household and the warmth of a community for girls and boys”.
“As adults we can build better, different worlds that can match the dreams of young children,” Pastrana said. “This is the mark that Children’s Villages leave on this earth.”
The Ecuador villages are located in Pichincha, Imbabura and Azuay provinces as well as in the Sierra and Guayas region and in Manabi and Esmeraldas on the coast. The care the association provides to families in its community centres aids 1,573 more children. Of those 1,436 are between six months and four years in age and the remaining 137 are of school age.
The organisation helps single working mothers who are employed mostly as domestic workers. The idea is to reach through them poor children who face other problems that compound their plight. According to official data, seven of 10 disadvantaged children in Ecuador suffer some kind of abuse or violence.
For those who have grown up and received an education in the Children’s Villages there is a common feeling: For them the village was a true home.
“I was very fortunate. I had the best childhood anyone ever had,” said Raul Guerra, who now works in the Children’s Villages media office, is married and has two children. “I feel fulfilled,” he said.
The most important memory for him from childhood was all the love he received “and that was such a nice thing.”
A former SOS Children’s Villages director is Cristina Wasner.
Wasner, in charge of promoting the SOS Children’s Villages brand in Ecuador, said the organisation has become a role model all over the world.
Now the goal is to focus on prevention, so that families can stay together, households do not fall apart, and children do not lose their families so they won’t need a Children’s Village.”