Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the MI-3 International Bankers Livery Company to David Cameron’s alleged use of a KPMG bogus escrow services to provide the MI-3 associates of the White Widow (Samantha Lewthwaite) with fake passports, drug money laundered through the Standard Chartered and HSBC banks, and stolen Bowman radios for man-in-the-middle attacks on targets such as Pat Tillman (murdered April 22, 2004); London Underground (bombing 7/7 2005); Pelindaba Nuclear Research Centre (raided 8 November 2007) and Westgate Mall in Nairobi (current mass murders).
McConnell claims that Cameron and the MI-3 bankers instructed KPMG to set up bogus escrow positions for the Queen’s Privy Purse in 1990-1993 period and, after aliens were accepted as Freemen of the City of London in 1999, equip MI-3 agents with Bowman radios for MitM attacks on the Crown itself.
MI-3 = Supply-chain protection racket operated through Privy Purse and Livery Company patent pools
Marcy (Livery Company 8(a) hit teams – VA Prisoner Medical Services – JABS – Asset Forfeiture Funds)
+ Inkster (RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – KPMG Consulting – Abusive tax shelter – Escrow frauds)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Insertion Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12, published at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by the Marine Insertion, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1695: Marine Links Kristine Marcy’s MI-3 [email protected] to Innholders Pedophile Trap, Fugitive Westgate Mall
#1442 Marine Links Obama Mentor to Stolen Bowman Bull-Pup Radios, Serco time-Spliced Tillman GPS
Cameron’s man Cruddas – cash for access to PM scandal
How did “White Widow” Samantha Lewthwaite get an SA passport [through MI-3 Privy Purse]?
‘White Widow’ Samantha Lewthwaite’s involvement in terror attacks
Bowman (communications system) [Wikipedia Article] [Allegedly stolen from White Widow father’s unit in British Army 9th/12th Royal Lancers]
“Eye Witness News .. ‘White widow’ recently active in SA
PRETORIA – Consumer trace records have shown that the so-called White Widow, who is reported to have led the Westgate mall massacre in Nairobi, was active in South Africa as recently as last year.
Briton Samantha Lewthwaite is believed to have entered Kenya on a fraudulent South African passport under the name Natalie Faye Webb.
Eyewitness News has established that she left the country on 4 February 2011, just days after the 31 January date of issue on her fraudulent South African passport.
But consumer records show that she was active in the country as recently as May last year.
Lewthwaite was listed under two residential addresses, one in Mayfair and another in Randburg.
The terror suspect and widow of one of the London bombers had three different cellphone numbers, which were changed over the period of a year.
During her time in South Africa, she accrued significant debt with as much as R60,000 owed to FNB and Standard Bank for credit cards and loans, as well as several clothing accounts.
There has been no official confirmation that she was involved in the Kenya attack, which left over 70 people dead.
Al-Shabaab militants attacked the mall at lunchtime on Saturday in a siege that lasted four days.
Kenyans are observing three days of mourning for those killed in the upmarket shopping complex.
(Edited by Craig Wynn)”
“The Telegraph .. Ministry of Defence loses 5,000 high tech radios worth £184 million
The Ministry of Defence cannot account for more than £6 billion of taxpayer-funded spending and its accounts are so chaotic they cannot be signed off by auditors, a report by MPs warns today.
7:10AM BST 05 Jul 2011
Defence chiefs have lost track of billions of pounds worth of military equipment, including more than 5,000 high-tech radios.
The House of Commons defence committee, described the situation as “alarming” and indicated that the situation risked undermining calls from the military for more Government money.
James Arbuthnot, the Conservative chairman of the Defence Committee, said: “The MoD’s inability to manage existing resources makes it harder for them to request additional funding. It is also worrying that the work carried out so far to address previously-raised concerns has simply revealed how big these problems are.”
The committee added that it was “dismayed” that the National Audit Office had qualified the MoD’s accounts for the fourth year in succession after it lost track of assets worth £6.3 billion – including £184 million-worth of radios.
It said the MoD must speed up its plans for sorting out the problems with its stock control system – currently expected to continue for another two to four years.
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“It is alarming that the department should be unaware of the location, usability or indeed the continued existence of assets to a total value of £6.3 billion,” the Committee’s report said.
“We recommend that the department take whatever measures are necessary to expedite the process of ensuring that it knows how much stock it has, where it is and in what condition.
“We expect to see an abbreviated timetable for achieving this, and an explanation of the measures taken to achieve it, in the response to this report.”
The loss of 5,961 Bowman radios was highlighted as an area of concern.
“There are security as well as financial implications associated with losing equipment such as radios, having an effective audit trail is the only way to ensure that all radios are accounted for,” the Committee concluded
The report also criticises the Ministry of Defence for failing to know how many reserve members of the armed forces are currently available. The Committee said that this situation was “not acceptable”.
The MoD is widely regarded across Whitehall as one of the most dysfunctional departments when the Coalition took over and claimed it had found widespread financial irregularities. Last month, The Daily Telegraph disclosed that a multi-billion pound blackhole had been found in the department’s finances. The Government has delayed a new military procurement white paper which is now not expected to be unveiled until later in the year.
David Cameron is facing growing calls to re-open the strategic defence review – which took place last year before British forces were called into action in Libya.
The Defence Committee is preparing a report to be published in the coming weeks on the review which is being keenly awaited by the Government. Ministers fear they will be heavily criticised by the committee over their handling of the review.”
“MoD drafts in City experts to tackle military budget
MPs say delays in producing accounts revealed ‘worrying lack of financial expertise’ within Ministry of Defence
In evidence to the committee, the department’s chief civil servant, Jon Thompson, admitted he had hired 100 accountants from the City auditors KPMG to help sort out problems with the budget. These experts had helped to address “potentially material errors” in the MoD’s accounts “that had come out of the blue”.
“[Cameron’s family associates at Standard Chartered and HSBC were principal sponsor of the MI-3 International Bankers Livery Company where members have allegedly used proceeds of crime to finance procurement of Bowman radios and KPMG’s bogus escrow services for MitM attacks by the White Widow] Through his paternal grandmother, Enid Agnes Maud Levita, Cameron is a lineal descendant of King William IV by his mistress Dorothea Jordan. This illegitimate line consists of five generations of women starting with Elizabeth Hay, Countess of Erroll, née FitzClarence, William and Jordan’s sixth child, through to Cameron’s grandmother (thereby making Cameron a 5th cousin of Queen Elizabeth II). Cameron’s paternal forebears also have a long history in finance. His father Ian was senior partner of the stockbrokers Panmure Gordon, in which firm partnerships had long been held by Cameron’s ancestors, including David’s grandfather and great-grandfather, and was a Director of estate agent John D. Wood. David Cameron’s great-great-grandfather Emile Levita, a German Jewish financier (and descendant of Renaissance scholar Elia Levita), who obtained British citizenship in 1871, was the director of the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China which became Standard Chartered Bank in 1969. His wife, Cameron’s great-great-grandmother, was a descendant of the wealthy Danish Jewish Rée family on her father’s side. One of Emile’s sons, Arthur Francis Levita (died 1910, brother of Sir Cecil Levita), of Panmure Gordon stockbrokers, together with great-great-grandfather Sir Ewen Cameron, London head of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, played key roles in arranging loans supplied by the Rothschilds to the Japanese Central Banker (later Prime Minister) Takahashi Korekiyo for the financing of the Japanese Government in the Russo-Japanese war.”
“[Aliens not of The Queen’s allegiance’, become Freemen with an MitM position to attack the Privy Purse] The FBSA’s Management Committee was concerned about the work required to achieve livery status and also the requirements for charitable funds which they could see as a drain on members’ own funds. However, at the Management Committee meeting of 24 July 1997, Angus MacLennan, General Manager, Den Danske Bank, who later became Chairman of the FBSA, proposed that the guild should be parallel to the FBSA and not detract from the FBSA’s lobbying role. In any case, FBSA membership was corporate whereas guild membership would be individual. MacLennan’s proposal was agreed and work began to establish what exactly would be required to become a guild. At this point it was realised that the limitation of the Freedom of the City to EU citizens was a serious stumbling block and that unless all international bankers could become members of the guild, as Freemen, there was little point in pursuing the idea.
The ‘aliens’ problem is resolved In 1998, in recognition of the merger of the FBSA with the British Overseas and Commonwealth Banks’ Association, Art Brown, an Australian and General Manager of Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s London office, succeeded Peter Bürger as Chairman of the FBSA. He was also keen on the idea of all nationalities being able to become Freemen and supported the efforts being undertaken to that end by Judith Mayhew, a New Zealand lawyer and Chair of the City’s key Policy and Resources Committee.37 Success came on 25 March 1999, when the Common Council passed a further Act which allowed citizens of all countries or, more precisely, ‘aliens not of The Queen’s allegiance’, to become Freemen. The first such was Raymond Seitz, who had been US Ambassador to the Court of St James from 1991 to 1994, and who was sponsored as a Freeman by the Guild’s Founding Master, Sir Paul Newall on 20 July 1999.”
“Auditor KPMG faces axe from standard chartered
ASSOCIATE BUSINESS EDITOR
SATURDAY 24 AUGUST 2013
Standard Chartered looks set to dump KPMG as its auditor after four decades of checking the bank’s books, as the seemingly cosy relationship between big business and their accountants is smashed in the wake of the financial crisis.
The bank is putting the audit role out to competition in a move which will be seen as a victory for Pirc, the shareholder governance lobbying group.
Last year Pirc called for KPMG to be sacked after alleging that the accountant had allowed Standard Chartered to overstate the strength of its 2011 accounts by $3.6bn (£2.3bn). KPMG earned $18.7m last year.
The news comes just two months after the New York-based advisory arm of Deloitte was fined $10m for its role in Standard Chartered’s breach of US sanctions against Iran.
The Big Four accountants – the other two are Pricewater- houseCoopers (PwC) and EY – have been widely criticised for failing to spot the warning signs of the global financial meltdown that started in 2007.
Critics believe that the Big Four’s long-standing relationships with the banks prevented them from being objective.
Fears over these relationships have sparked regulatory reviews into audit at both domestic and European Union level.
The Competition Commission is demanding that it becomes mandatory for FTSE firms to re-tender their audit work every five years in the hope of encouraging mid-tier accountants to break the Big Four’s stranglehold of the market.
Standard Chartered has sent out what is known as a “request for proposal”, which essentially kick-starts the bidding process.
KPMG will be allowed to re-pitch but will be nervous at the prospect of losing the work so soon after it was ousted by PwC as auditor to HSBC, the most lucrative account in the country with fees of £53m-a-year and a role that the accountant had held since 1991.
A spokeswoman for Standard Chartered confirmed that the bank is “in the process” of putting the audit role out to tender. Pirc described the tender as “a positive”.
KPMG declined to comment.”
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