#2040: Marine Links MSM’s MH17 Kenken pad to Serco SIMAS Waypoint, Cameron White’s Spot-Fixed Body Count

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Mainstream media’s (MSM) apparent use of KenKen one time pads to distribute wag the dog feeds in re the crash of MH Flight 17 on July 17, to Serco’s apparent use of the Security Incident Management Analysis System (SIMAS) to move a waypoint 300 miles north so that the plane would crash at an east Ukraine crime scene where phony triage teams allegedly deployed by David Cameron and his White’s Club gambling friends, could spot-fix the body count at 295.

McConnell notes that Cameron’s White’s friends include Tom Stacey who appears to have set up the KenKen one-time pad system to communicate target, time and body-count data to MSM insiders before crimes have occurred and Serco CEO Rupert Soames, a presumed apologist for the fraudulent operation of the Offender’s Tag Association at wag the dog mass-casualty events. as close enough in space and time to explain a rain of bodies on the peasant village below!

Prequel 1: #2039: Marine Links Serco SIMAS Timelines to MH 17 – Buk and Cargo of Corpses After Cat IIIc

BREAKING NEWS – Malaysian airliner carrying 295 people
 has crashed in east Ukraine

MH17 Hauled Gruesome Cargo In Infected Corpses

One-time pad 

KenKen 6×6 Number Sense.mov

Malaysia Airlines MH17: David Cameron Calls For Swift Investigation 
[and get to the bottom of the matter]

Talking Tom Stacey solomon

Mr Soames to the rescue

UK private firm SERCO slammed for public services blunders

“MH17 victims put on refrigerated train bound for unknown destination
International monitors arrive in Torez to inspect wagons accompanied by convoy of heavily armed and nervous rebels

Shaun Walker in Torez

theguardian.com, Sunday 20 July 2014 10.55 BST
The bodies of the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 are being loaded on to three railway carriages, apparently with refrigerator capability, which are standing at the train station in the town of Torez, several miles from the crash site in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine.

The Guardian witnessed the arrival of a delegation from the international monitoring body the Organisation for Security and Cooperation inEurope (OSCE) at around midday local time to inspect the wagons, accompanied by a convoy of heavily armed and nervous rebels.

As they opened the metal door to one of the carriages to inspect the interior, a stench of death wafted out, and black body bags were visible inside.

“The special monitoring mission in its third day dealing with the incident has now monitored the location where bodies are being refrigerated in three wagons,” said Alexander Hug, the deputy chief of the mission.

“We have not been able to count them as that would be too difficult in this situation.”
Michael Bociurkiw, the spokesman for the mission, added: “Going inside the wagons is impossible without special equipment. The stench is very, very bad.”

The OSCE, which has had its access to the crash site itself limited in recent days, left in a convoy to return to the crash site.

There have been no international investigators at the scene. Ukrainian authorities say they are setting up facilities for relatives to stay and autopsies in the city of Kharkiv, about 200 miles away.

Armed separatists at the scene refused to say how many bodies were in the train carriages or when they would leave. The train driver told the Guardian he had no idea of the train’s destination.

The local department of Ukraine’s emergencies ministry in the eastern Donetsk region said on Sunday that 196 bodies had been found at the site where the Malaysian airliner crashed.
“As of 7am on 20 July, in the Shakhtarsky region of the crash site of the Boeing 777, 196 bodies were found,” it said in a statement, adding that divers were involved in the search because the area included a reservoir.

It also emerged on Sunday that the UN security council was considering a draft resolution to condemn the “shooting down” of a Malaysian passenger plane in Ukraine, demand armed groups grant access to the crash site, and call on states in the region to cooperate with an international investigation.

Australia – which lost 28 citizens – circulated a draft text, seen by Reuters, to the 15-member security council late on Saturday, and diplomats, speaking on condition of anonymity, said it could be put to a vote as early as Monday.

The draft resolution “demands that those responsible for this incident be held to account and that all states cooperate fully with efforts to establish accountability”.

It “condemns in the strongest terms the shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 … resulting in the tragic loss of 298 lives” and “demands that all states and other actors in the region refrain from acts of violence directed against civilian aircraft.”

The US and other powers have said the plane was probably brought down on Thursday by a surface-to-air missile fired from rebel territory.

The US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, said on Friday that Washington could not rule out Russian help in firing the missile.

The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, urged the pro-Moscow rebels in eastern Ukraine to cooperate and insisted that an international investigation must not leap to conclusions. Moscow denies involvement and has pointed the finger at Kiev’s military.

Ukraine and its western allies accuse Moscow of fuelling a pro-Russiauprising that threatens to break up the former Soviet republic of 46 million people. Russia denies orchestrating the unrest and says Ukraine’s attempts to end it by military force are making the situation worse.

The draft UN resolution “calls on all states and actors in the region to cooperate fully in relation to the international investigation of the incident, including with respect to immediate access to the crash site”.

It “demands that the armed groups in control of the crash site and the surrounding area refrain from any actions that may compromise the integrity of the crash site and immediately provide safe, secure, full and unfettered access to the site and surrounding area”.

The OSCE said on Saturday it had been allowed to see more of the crash site, though gunmen stopped them approaching some of the wreckage.

Russia’s UN mission declined to comment on the draft security council resolution.” 

“Russian Government Reportedly Edited Wikipedia Entry About MH17

An Internet user within the Russian government reportedly revised a Wikipedia entry about Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was shot down over eastern Ukraine Thursday. The changes were spotted by a Twitter bot that monitors Wikipedia edits from Russian government IP addresses.

The anonymous user revised one sentence in a Russian-language page that lists “aircraft accidents in civil aviation,” according to a Google translation of the tweet by @RuGovEdits.

The original entry said:

The plane was shot down by terrorists of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic with Buk system missiles, which the terrorists received from the Russian Federation.

The revised entry, written less than an hour after the original, said:

The plane was shot down by Ukrainian soldiers.

An Internet user from within the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) made the changes, according to The Telegraph.

Flight 17, a Boeing 777, was carrying 298 people when it crashed. There are currently no known survivors. U.S. officials said they believe the plane was downed by a missile fired by pro-Russian separatists.

The Ukrainian government has accused Russian authorities of helping the separatists destroy evidence at the crash site. It said militiamen who took bodies to the rebel-held city of Donetsk had Russian accents.

However, Alexsander Borodai, separatist leader and self-declared prime minister of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic, denied that pro-Russian rebels touched the site where Flight 17 crashed. He accused the Ukrainian government of preventing experts from accessing the site.

On Monday, a Twitter bot that monitors Wikipedia edits from U.S. Congressional IP addresses spotted changes to 13 Wikipedia articles on topics ranging from dessert food Choco Taco to right-wing radio host Alex Jones. In at least one case, an anonymous user edited an article on Crimea, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in March.

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“Mainstream media (MSM) are those media disseminated via the largest distribution channels, which therefore represent what the majority of media consumers are likely to encounter. The term also denotes those media generally reflective of the prevailing currents of thought, influence, or activity.[1]

Large news conglomerates, including newspapers and broadcast media, which underwent successive mergers in the U.S. and elsewhere at an increasing rate beginning in the 1990s, are often referenced by the term. Thisconcentration of media ownership has raised concerns of a homogenization of viewpoints presented to news consumers. Consequently, the term mainstream media has been widely used in conversation and theblogosphere, often in oppositional, pejorative, or dismissive senses, in discussion of the mass media and media bias.

Media organizations such as CBS and The New York Times set the tone for other smaller news organizations by creating conversations which cascade down to the smaller news organizations lacking the resources to do more individual research and coverage, that primary method being through the Associated Press where many news organizations get their news. This results in a recycling effect wherein organic thought is left to the mainstream that choose the conversation and smaller organizations recite absent of a variance in perspective.[1] The advent of the internet has allowed for a more diverse or alternative viewpoint which may contrast to mainstream media.[2]Press TV, Al Jazeera English and RT have been cited as examples of media forms which challenge the narrative of other transnational mainstream medias.[3]”

“In 2007, toy inventor Robert Fuhrer, owner of Nextoy and creator of Gator Golf, Crocodile Dentist, and dozens of other popular toys and games, encountered KenKen books published in Japan by the educational publisher Gakken Co., Ltd. and titled “Kashikoku naru Puzzle”
(賢くなるパズル Kashikoku naru pazuru?, lit. “smartness puzzle”).[2] Fuhrer’s company Nextoy, LLC (now holder of a trademark on “KenKen” and “KenDoku” as a name for brain-training puzzles) and chess International Master Dr. David Levy helped bring the puzzles to the attention of Michael Harvey, an editor of The Times (London).[4] Harvey, impressed with what he calls its “depth and magnitude”, arranged for publication of such puzzles, starting in March 2008, in The Times. Other papers, including the New York Times, followed suit. KenKen now appears in more than 100 newspapers in the United States, as well as numerous international publications. KenKen has also been used to teach elementary school math problem solving techniques.[5]”

“In cryptography, a one-time pad (OTP) is an encryption technique that cannot be cracked if used correctly.
In this technique, a plaintext is paired with random, secret key (orpad). Then, each bit or character of the plaintext is encrypted by combining it with the corresponding bit or character from the pad using modular addition. If the key is truly random, and at least as long as the plaintext, and never reused in whole or in part, and kept completely secret, then the resulting ciphertext will be impossible to decrypt or break.[1][2] It has also been proven that any cipher with the perfect secrecy property must use keys with effectively the same requirements as OTP keys.[3] However, practical problems have prevented one-time pads from being widely used.”


“KenKen puzzles — strategic, arithmetic-based mental exercises — were created by Japanese math teacher Tetsuya Miyamoto in 2004. Miyamoto grew up a less-than-stellar student and felt that traditional teaching methods, laden with exams, weren’t the best way to learn. Solving puzzles like KenKen, however, trained the brains of kids and adults alike to be great problem-solvers, which served them well in school, work and life. This philosophy helped shape Miyamoto’s creation of the game, as well as its name — kenis the Japanese word for wisdom, so the name KenKen roughly translates to wisdom squared [source: KenKen]. KenKen puzzles consist of a grid that can be anywhere from 3-by-3 to 9-by-9 cubes. Each puzzle is further divided into cages, or groups of cubes. A cage can be as small as one cube, or a more complex series of several cubes spanning different rows and columns. Each cage contains a target number and mathematical operation (addition, subtraction, division or multiplication). To solve the puzzle, you must place the proper number in each cube, guided by the target numbers and their specified math operations.”

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation
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