Marine Links Obama’s RapidEye 9-11 Crime-Scene Maps to Libyan Rape and Snuff
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Michelle Obama to RapidEye crime-scene maps allegedly used by her Intellectual Property associates on 9-11 2012 to coordinate the rape and snuff-film killing of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and the ongoing attempts to humiliate America.
Marine Links Mrs. Clegg’s RapidEye Snuff-Film Escrow to Libyan Ambassador Rape
“U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens Murdered and possibly Raped by Muslims”
“CHRISTOPHER STEVENS BLUES……”
Posted on Fri Sep 14 2012 11:19:27 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) by doug from upland
Breaking: Libyan Official Confirms Benghazi Assault a Pre-Planned Militant Attack Timed for 9-11
The film blamed for the riots: far less relevant to the attacks than the date on which they occurred.
A senior security official says the attack that killed four Americans in Libya, including the U.S. ambassador, was an organized two-part operation by heavily armed militants that included a precisely timed raid on a supposedly secret safe house just as Libyan and U.S. security forces were arriving to rescue evacuated consulate staff.
Wanis al-Sharef, eastern Libya’s deputy interior minister, said on Thursday the attacks were suspected to have been timed to mark the 9/11 anniversary and that the militants used civilians protesting an anti-Islam film as cover for their action.
This confirmation puts the murder, and reported rape, of Ambassador Christopher Stevens into the category of assassination.
The Obama administration’s handling of this has played directly into the terrorists’ hands, humiliating the U.S. on the anniversary of the deadliest terror attack ever perpetrated on our soil. Instead of focusing on the timing and purpose of the attacks, the administration keeps mentioning the film.
It’s clear that the film is a pretext, and may even be another taqiyya scam similar to the Danish cartoon campaign.
The usual suspects are waging war on the United States, and our president either doesn’t realize it or is being dishonest about what is really going on.”
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“A Shining Star Over the last 25 years, the Surrey Space Centre and SSTL have grown rapidly. Surrey Space Centre now has around 100 academic researchers and PhD students. SSTL employs 320 staff across four sites in South East England and, as of August 2010, has launched 34 spacecraft. The total export orders secured by SSTL, to date, amount to £490m, and turnover for 2009 was £36m.
In 2009, SSTL was acquired by EADS Astrium, although it remains a privately owned, independent British company within the EADS Astrium NV group. As part of the sale, the company has maintained strong links with the Surrey Space Centre at the University so that it can continue to capitalise on its research and innovation.
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The journey began when a research student at the University of Surrey, Professor Sir Martin Sweeting showed that satellites can be made small, compact and at a low cost by taking advantage of the development of smaller and more robust electronics.
Sir Martin originally built a small, low cost satellite as a part-time interest; his first satellite (UoSAT-1) was successfully placed in Earth orbit and transmitted signals back to the base station at Surrey University. His second satellite, launched in 1984, is still transmitting signals back to Earth 26 years later! Following his early research, Sir Martin founded Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd and, in 2002, was knighted in recognition of his pioneering work.
1979: Work began on the “UoSAT” University of Surrey satellite
1981: Launch of UoSAT-1 by NASA
1984: Launch of UoSAT-2 by NASA
1985: SSTL incorporated
1992: Provided first training programme (mix of hands-on and academic training to customer’s spacecraft engineers), as part of the KITSAT-1 mission for South Korea.
2002: Launched the first Disaster Monitoring Constellation satellite – AlSat-1 for Algeria.
2005: Built and launched TopSat under contract to QinetiQ for BNSC & UK MoD
2005: GIOVE-A launched, test-bed navigation satellite manufactured by SSTL for ESA’s GNSS programme
2008: 5 RapidEye satellite constellation launched, platforms manufactured by SSTL under contract to MacDonald Dettwiler
2008: SSTL set up a US subsidiary, Surrey Satellite Technology LLC with offices in Denver, Colorado [Dark Knight Rises].
2009: EADS Astrium NV bought a 99% shareholding in SSTL from the University of Surrey, allowing the Company to fulfill its growth potential.
2010: SSTL won a contract to produce 14 advanced payloads for Europe’s Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) with partners, OHB System AG
Key Facts and Figures
SSTL is a privately owned independent British company within the EADS Astrium NV group.
EADS Astrium NV owns 99% of the shares. The University of Surrey owns 1% of the shares
SSTL employs 320 staff across 4 sites in South East England.
SSTL has launched 34 spacecraft [as at August 2010]. For a full list of satellites launched, see http://www.sstl.co.uk/heritage/sstl-missions
NigeriaSat-2 for NASRDA (National Space Research & Development Agency (Government of Federal Republic of Nigeria). NigeriaSat-2 is due for launch in Quarter 4 2010 on a Dnepr rocket from Yasny.
NigeriaSat-X for NASRDA and is also is due for launch in Quarter 4 2010 on a Dnepr rocket from Yasny.”
More to follow.