#1618: Marine Links Starnet Paulson’s Cisco Triggers to Signal Systems’ Dial-a-Yield Boston Bombs

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linkedStarnet and RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson’s apparent roles in the development of a spread-betting body-count platform with Cisco triggers for improvised explosive devices (IEDs), to a CTV truck allegedly used by Signal Systems’ Jason McLean to trigger the dial-a-yield bombs needed to spot fix the Boston Marathon body count.

McConnell identifies below the four male and four female principals in the late General Alexander Haig’s Octopus who, he alleges, helped develop the Starnet pig-farm business model with Cisco’s spread-betting body-count platform for use, inter alia, in the murder-for-hire deaths at the Boston Marathon. 

1.       Kristine Marcy Bob Paulson
2.       Jamie Gorelick Jason McLean
3.       Angelina Jolie James Comey
4.       Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton

#1495 Marine Links Nancy Campbell’s Pig Farm Pension to Mclean CTV Signal System Boston Bomb

Starnet/Amec HQ for Cisco 9/11

Media Coverage of Starnet Raid – August 20, 1999

“Boston bombs were detonated by remote used for toy cars [AD tracks spot-fixed signal path through Starnet  and RCMP bomb builders and Signal Systems’ Cisco routers in the custody of Jason McLean]

(Reuters) – The two bombs that went off at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding 264, were detonated with the kind of remote device used to control a toy car, U.S. investigators told a House of Representatives panel on Wednesday.

“It was a remote control for toy cars,” U.S. Representative Dutch Ruppersberger, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, told reporters after officials from the Department of Homeland Security, FBI and National Center for Counterterrorism briefed the committee.

“Which says to me, and brother number two has said, they got the information on how to build the bomb from Inspire magazine,” Ruppersberger added.

Inspire was created by the American-Yemeni preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, a leader of al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen who was killed in a U.S. drone strike.

Ruppersberger said the article on bomb-building in Inspire was headlined: “How to build a bomb in your mom’s kitchen.”

Police say two brothers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, planted and detonated two pressure-cooker bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was killed in a shootout with police. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, lies wounded in a Boston hospital and has been providing some information to authorities.

Ruppersberger also confirmed that at least some of the explosives used in the attack had come from a fireworks shop in New Hampshire.

“One of the brothers, the oldest brother, went to a shop in New Hampshire … and asked for the most volatile explosives, so that you’d ‘get the best bang,'” Ruppersberger said. (Editing by Peter Cooney)”

Signal Systems Originally a department of Vancouver Film Studios, the company has emerged to become an independent telecommunications company operated by the McLean Group. The company specializes in wireless, satellite, radio, and IP communications. Sacha McLean is the President and COO. The company has partnerships with Bell CanadaCisco SystemsDavid Clark Company, Otto Engineering, Daniels Electronics Limited, and Hutton Canada.”

Jason McLean
President and Chief Executive Officer
The McLean Group of Companies
Jason McLean was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the McLean Group in 2010 following eight years of previous appointments as President and Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Legal Officer. 

As President and Chief Executive Officer, he is senior officer of the McLean Group’s operating and investment businesses which include Vancouver Film Studios, Pacific Backlot Services, Signal Systems, Erinmore Management, Blanca Realty, and Harbour Landing Construction. He is also Chairman of Blackcomb Aviation, a jet and helicopter charter, maintenance, and aircraft management company which is co-owned with John Morris. In addition to providing guidance and leadership to management teams, Jason coordinates the dialogue between ownership and management with corporate governance and strategic planning. Accordingly, Jason oversees all major transactions in each of the McLean Group’s operating and investment businesses and is the first point of contact for new investments and financing. 

Prior to joining the McLean Group, Jason worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002) leading advance teams to Africa, China, the United States, and Europe in preparation for NATO and APEC meetings, G8 summits, and other major trade and diplomatic consultations. 

Jason McLean is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (LLB, 1999) and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2000 after articling with Stikeman Elliot in Vancouver. He is a certified member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) and a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Management Program, a rigorous executive education program for international business owners. 

Jason gives his time to multiple boards and community organizations and in 2009 was the recipient of a Top 40 Under 40 Award from Business in Vancouver. He currently serves on the UBC Board of Governors, the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the National Centre for Business Law, and the Vancouver Foundation. He is past board member and Finance Committee Chair for the Vancouver Police Board, the governing body responsible for providing civilian governance to the Vancouver Police Department [which in an alleged joint venture with Paulson’s RCMP and the late Haig’s Octopus developed the Starnet pig-farm business model on Cisco’s spread-betting body-count platform at 425 Carrall Street Vancouver].  In 2010, Jason McLean was appointed Chair of the Vancouver Board of Trade, the youngest Chair in its 123 year history. This appointment followed several years of chairing key board committees.”

Blackcomb Helicopters, Ltd was founded in 1989 by Steve Flynn. The McLean group acquired the company in 2006. The company primarily participates in commercial operations in the tourism, film, and skiing industry around Whistler-Blackcomb. It is also contracted by the resort and government for fire fighting, rescue, and construction. Additionally, Blackcomb Helicopters, also known as Blackcomb Aviation has operational bases in Vancouver, Sechelt, Squamish and Pemberton making it the primary helicopter operator in the Sea to Sky region of British Columbia. The company is also one of the leading providers of helicopters to the Western Canadian film industry. Recent credits have included feature films such as The A-Team, Fantastic Four – Rise of the Silver Surfer, X-Files – I Want To Believe and Shooter.”

Variable yield—or dial-a-yield—is an option available on most modern nuclear weapons. It allows the operator to specify a weapon’s yield, or explosive power, allowing a single design to be used in different situations. For example, the Mod-10 B61 bomb had selectable explosive yields of 0.3, 5, 10 or 80 kilotons, depending on how the ground crew set a dial inside the casing when it was loaded onto an aircraft.

Variable yield technology has existed since at least the early 1960s. Examples of variable yield weapons include the B61 nuclear bomb family, B83W80W85, and WE177A warheads.

Most modern nuclear weapons are Teller–Ulam design type thermonuclear weapons, with a fission primary stage and a fusion (or fission) secondary stage which is collapsed by the energy from the primary. These offer at least three methods to vary yield:

Varying primary yield by boosting with fusion, using small amounts of deuterium / tritium gas inside the primary fission bomb to increase its yield. Typically, the gas is injected a few seconds before detonation and the amount used can be preset.

Varying primary yield by varying the timing or use of external neutron initiators (ENIs).[1] These are small particle accelerators that cause a brief fusion reaction by accelerating deuterium into a tritium target (or potentially vice-versa), producing a short energetic pulse of neutrons. Precise timing of the ENI pulse as the nuclear primary’s pit is collapsing can significantly affect yield, and the rate of neutron injection can also be controlled.

Shutting down the thermonuclear secondary, either by firing the primary at low enough yield that it does not compress the secondary sufficiently to ignite, or by blocking energy transport inside the warhead briefly as the primary is firing using shutters or a similar mechanism. If the primary’s energy starts to disperse through the radiation case before being focused on the secondary then the secondary will likely never detonate. All current British nuclear warheads incorporate variable yield technology as standard.[2] ”

Since 2000 Serco has been entrusted with the management of the UK Atomic Weapons Establishment in a 25 year joint venture with Lockheed Martin and Jacobs Engineering.

AWE provides the warheads for the UK’s nuclear deterrent. Uniquely among the nuclear powers, AWE covers the whole life cycle of nuclear warheads in a single establishment – design, manufacture and assembly, in-service support and decommissioning and disposal. AWE operates with an advanced science-based programme, including hydrodynamics, environmental testing, nuclear physics and high performance computing.

The facility is managed to very high standards. The AWE environmental improvement programme has been recognised with several awards, and AWE was the first nuclear site to develop a ten year [Interagency] environment plan subject to public consultation. In addition, the company has received several awards including the ROSPA Sir George Earle Trophy, recognising its leading performance in industrial health and safety.”                                                 

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