#1737: Marine Links MI-3 Innholders Key to CGI Obamacare Serco Surveillance platform and Merkel’s Skynet Bugs
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Entrust keys in the custody the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to CGI’s alleged use of the Obamacare Serco surveillance platform and Skynet-operated bugs to monitor German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s bedroom activities, starting at the May 2005 Bilderberg conference at the Dorint Sofitel Seehotel Ueberfahrt near Munich, Germany, and through to the present day.
McConnell notes that the MI-3 Innholders appear to have had Obama groomed in the tradecraft of hotel-based sexual surveillance and pedophile entrapment (cf. Frank Marshall Davis, Turdi, Hull House) some years before his early 1980’s visits to the Hilton Hotel in Lahore, Pakistan, where his mother, the late Ann Dunham, pimped (?) for 5 years at USAID expense.
MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ 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 Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1736: Marine Links MI-3 Innholders to Diller Killer Expedia JABS for 9/11 Camera Crews
US bugged Merkel’s phone from 2002 until 2013, report claims
CGI the designer of Obamacare exchanges
“BBC 27 October 2013 Last updated at 16:54 ET
Obama ‘not told of Merkel phone bugging’
The chief of the US spy agency NSA has not discussed the alleged bugging of German chancellor’s phone with President Barack Obama, officials say.
Gen Keith Alexander never discussed alleged operations involving Chancellor Angela Merkel, an NSA spokeswoman said.
German media say the US has been tapping the chancellor’s phone since 2002, and Mr Obama was told in 2010.
The row has led to one of the worst diplomatic crises between the two countries in recent years.
A report in German tabloid Bild am Sonntag claimed that Gen Alexander had told the president about the bugging himself.
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Stephen EvansBBC News, Berlin
By all accounts, Angela Merkel has been genuinely shocked by the revelations. People close to her told the BBC she felt personally affronted. When Barack Obama was in Berlin in June, they did seem to get on well. She is not good at hiding her feelings, and the glum scowl she used to reserve for Silvio Berlusconi, for example, was replaced by a beam of warmth. They were tactile – he would put his arm round her back; she would clutch his elbow. Perhaps the sense of betrayal is all the greater because of her background in the East German communist regime where spying was pervasive. She might have expected it from the Stasi but not from her new best friend.
Others might feel betrayed, too. When the original allegations of widespread phone-tapping emerged, some of Chancellor Merkel’s confidantes belittled the problem, saying the criticism of the US had a touch of anti-Americanism and that the surveillance was about terrorism.
These people are now some of the strongest critics of the US. They are also saying that German law has been broken. If the activities of American government employees were investigated by the German authorities, that would make the whole affair harder to damp down. It would be in the system of justice and pursuit would be relentless.
Germany’s texting Chancellor Merkel
German papers lay into Obama
An NSA source told the paper that Obama had not stopped the operation, and had wanted to know all about Mrs Merkel as “he did not trust her”.
However a statement from the National Security Agency on Sunday denied the reports in Bild.
“[General] Alexander did not discuss with President Obama in 2010 an alleged foreign intelligence operation involving German Chancellor Merkel, nor has he ever discussed alleged operations involving Chancellor Merkel,” NSA spokeswoman Vanee Vines said.
“News reports claiming otherwise are not true.”
The statement does not make it clear whether the president was informed of the bugging operation by other means.
Mr Obama is reported to have told the German chancellor that he knew nothing of the operation when the two leaders spoke.
Germany is sending its top intelligence chiefs to Washington in the coming week to “push forward” an investigation into the spying allegations, which have caused outrage in Germany.
Der Spiegel’s report, based on leaked documents, says a US listening unit was based in its Berlin embassy – and similar operations were replicated in 80 locations around the world.
Such a listening post would be illegal under German law, according to Germany’s interior minister.
And the documents seen by the magazine suggest the US was aware of the sensitivities of siting listening stations in US embassies. If their existence were known, they say, there would be “severe damage for the US’s relations with a foreign government”.
A unit called Special Collection Services, based on the fourth floor of the US embassy in Pariser Platz in Berlin, was responsible for monitoring communications in the German capital’s government quarter, including those targeting Mrs Merkel it said.
Der Spiegel says the NSA documents show Mrs Merkel’s number on a list dating from 2002 – three years before she became chancellor.
This might indicate that there was extensive bugging of the phones of prominent people, says the BBC’s Stephen Evans in Berlin.
The nature of the monitoring of Mrs Merkel’s mobile phone is not clear from the files, Der Spiegel says.
For example, it is possible that the chancellor’s conversations were recorded, or that her contacts were simply assessed.
Mrs Merkel phoned President Barack Obama when she first heard of the spying allegations on Wednesday.
The president apologised to the German chancellor, Der Spiegel reports.
Mrs Merkel – an Americophile who was awarded the US Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011 – is said to be shocked that Washington may have engaged in the sort of spying she had to endure growing up in Communist East Germany.”
“[MI-3 Innholders’ alleged senior bugging agent] ANNA-MARIE DOWLING FIH, MI Anna-Marie has held a number of senior positions, including General Manager of the Marriott, County Hall and of The Brewery. Most recently she was General Manager of Le Meridien, Piccadilly and also oversaw the Café Royal in Regent Street. She moved to Jersey to manage the five star Royal Hotel 2008 and returned to London in September 2010 as General Manager of the Royal Horseguards Hotel. In 2012 she was appointed as General Manager of the Sofitel Hotel at Terminal 5 London Heathrow. Past chairman of the West One Managers Association Freedom of the City of London”
“Bilderberg Meeting To Be
Held In German Resort Hotel
By James P. Tucker Jr.
ROTTACH-EGERN, Germany – European Bilderberg hunters have found the hiding place of this secretive cabal at a posh resort in this charming little city 40 miles from Munich. Their annual meeting is May 5-8.
Bilderberg is gathering at the Dorint Sofitel Seehotel Ueberfahrt, a five-star conference and business hotel with 188 luxury rooms. It is on a lake and near a golf course, typical Bilderberg requirements. High officials of the U.S. government and possibly a few congressional leaders will participate in three days of secret meetings to plan global policy. Heads of state and other high officials from Europe and Britain will participate, along with world financiers.
David Rockefeller and his valet, Henry Kissinger, are longtime Bilderberg regulars. Donald Graham, publisher of The Washington Post, and associate editor Jimmy Lee Hoagland regularly attend, upon their promise to report nothing.
The New York Times, LA Times and all major networks’ ABC, CBS and NBC have participated. All participants are sworn to secrecy. Bilderberg denies its existence, and all the resorts at which they hold their meetings require their employees to lie and deny they are present.
Three times the Dorint told AFP they were fully booked’ but that Bilderberg was not there. All but Bilderberg participants and their staffs, wives or, in some cases, someone else’s wife, will be required to leave. The hotel staff will be warned to reveal nothing of what they see and hear.
Armed guards will patrol not only the main entrance but the perimeters.
Exposing Bilderberg meetings has provided advance warning months ahead of the mainstream media of U.S. wars, tax increases, and the downfall of Margaret Thatcher as prime minister of Britain, among other exclusives.
Jim Tucker’s Itinerary
Sunday, May 1
Leave Washington-Dulles 5:40 p.m. United Airlines Flight 902.
Monday, May 2
Arrive at Franz Straus terminal 2 at 8 a.m.
Check into the Walters Hof in Rottach Egern (phone: 011-49 (0) 80 222 770).
Monday, May 9
Leave Munich on Lufthansa Flight 9280 at 11:55 a.m.
Arrive Washington-Dulles at 3:10 p.m.
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“German federal elections took place on 18 September 2005 to elect the members of the 16th German Bundestag, the federal parliament of Germany. They became necessary after a motion of confidence in Chancellor Gerhard Schröder failed on 1 July. Following the defeat of Schröder’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) in a state election, Schröder asked his supporters to abstain in the Bundestag motion in order that it fail and thus trigger an early federal election.
Exit polls showed clearly that neither coalition group had won a majority of seats in the Bundestag, leading to a hung parliament situation. Both parties lost seats compared to 2002, as did the Greens, while only the Left Party (a partial successor of the Party of Democratic Socialism led by Gregor Gysi and former SPD chairman Oskar Lafontaine) made significant gains. Both Schröder and Merkel claimed victory, but the formation of a new government required careful negotiations. On 10 October 2005, officials from the SPD and the CDU/CSU indicated that negotiations between the two had concluded successfully and that the participating parties would form a grand coalition with Angela Merkel as Chancellor. When the Bundestag met on 22 November, 397 CDU/CSU and SPD Bundestag members duly voted for Merkel.”
Expedia, Inc. Appoints Pierre Samec to Chief Technology Officer
Samec and Chief Information Officer Bill Holtz to report to CEO; Realignment of Global Technology Group Supports Company’s International Growth and Technology Innovation
BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Expedia, Inc. (NASDAQ: EXPE) today announced the appointment of Pierre Samec to Chief Technology Officer. In his new role, Samec will lead Expedia’s global technology initiatives in support of the company’s growth and continued innovation across product development and technology infrastructure. Samec succeeds Paul Onnen, who is leaving Expedia to pursue other opportunities. Onnen will remain in his current role as Executive Vice President, Technology through Sept. 15, 2007.
“As we build the world’s largest and most intelligent travel marketplace, we will continue to invest in both the people and resources that fuel our growth and innovation across site design and development, technology infrastructure, global supply systems and operations,” said Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO, Expedia, Inc. “Paul Onnen has taken us a giant step forward in developing and executing our long term technology roadmap, and Pierre Samec and Bill Holtz are the right team to take us to the next level.”
Samec has been promoted to CTO from his role as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Development. Samec has played a key role in recent strategic and infrastructural development efforts including the completion of Expedia’s E3 technology platform and its deployment throughout the enterprise. Samec brings a wealth of experience in building scalable, robust e-commerce platforms and enterprise software, with more than 16 years in software engineering at large companies, such as Charles Schwab and Co. Inc. and Business Objects. He holds a Ph.D. in geophysics from Stanford University.
Bill Holtz remains in his role as Chief Information Officer and will share responsibility with Samec over Expedia’s technology initiatives. Holtz has more than 20 years experience in global IT operations, including positions at Unisys, Cigna and Nortel, the latter at which he led and re-engineered the company’s $1 billion global IT operation. Both Samec and Holtz will report to Khosrowshahi.
About Expedia, Inc.
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