#2446: ITT Hotel’s Serco Clinton War Rooms – Al-Qaeda Captains’ Injector Clocks – Crown’s Patented Pentagon Bomb
1. IT IS ASSERTED ITT tasked Serco (formerly RCA GB 1929) to equip the Sheraton Hotel chain with war-room suites from where members of the Clinton Family could synchronize man-in-the-middle attacks on their enemies supply chains
2. IT IS ASSERTED RED-TEAM Al-Qaeda agents in Clinton war rooms switched out the captains’ clocks on the flight decks of aircraft hijacked on 9/11 and injected phony timing signals from the USNO Master Clock to disrupt blue team defenses..
3. IT IS ASSERTED THAT CROWN AGENTS allowed military captains to use ACARS devices, organized into a patent pool by ITT, Honeywell, HP and Serco, to synchronize the bombing of the Pentagon U.S. Navy Command Center from war rooms in the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel (9/11:9:37:19), the Sheraton Port Douglas Hotel in Queensland (Bill Clinton Sept. 12th 2001), and in the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel (Al-Qaeda 17:37:19).
While preparing his e-book “Shaking Hands With the Devil’s Clocks“, United States Marine Field McConnell (https://abeldanger.blogspot.com/2010/01/field-mcconnell-bio.html) invites readers to e-mail him with images (examples below) and help Abel Danger researchers to develop a proof by contradiction that Clinton military aides used patented Aircraft Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) devices inject false radar signals and bomb the Pentagon on 9/11.
“Secure aircraft communications addressing and reporting system (ACARS)
US 6677888 B2
A method and apparatus that permit military aircraft operators to use the civilian Aircraft Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) technology while ensuring data security.
Publication number: US6677888 B2
Publication type: Grant
Application number: US 10/215,730
Publication date: 13 Jan 2004
Filing date: 9 Aug 2002
Priority date: 9 Aug 2001
Paid: Fee status
Also published as: US20030030581, WO2004047405A2,WO2004047405A3
Inventors: Aloke Roy
Original Assignee: Honeywell International, Inc. BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Export Citation: Patent Citations (2), Non-Patent Citations (2), Referenced by (37),Classifications (14), Legal Events (5)
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet”
“On 3 August 1933 Hitler received in one of the first meetings with US businessmen Sosthenes Behn, then the CEO of ITT, and his German representative, Henry Mann. Antony C. Sutton, in his book Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, makes the claim that ITT subsidiaries made cash payments to SS leader Heinrich Himmler.
ITT, through its subsidiary C. Lorenz AG, owned 25% of Focke-Wulf, the German aircraft manufacturer, builder of some of the most successful Luftwaffe fighter aircraft. In the 1960s, ITT Corporation won $27 million in compensation for damage inflicted on its share of the Focke-Wulf plant by Allied bombing during World War II. In addition, Sutton’s book uncovers that ITT owned shares of Signalbau AG, Dr. Erich F. Huth (Signalbau Huth), which produced for the German Wehrmacht radar equipment and transceivers in Berlin, Hanover (later Telefunken factory) and other places.
In 1943 ITT became the largest shareholder of Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau GmbH for the remainder of the war with 29%. This was due to Kaffee HAG’s share falling to 27% after the death in May of Kaffee HAG chief, Dr Ludwig Roselius. OMGUS documents reveal that the role of the HAG conglomerate could not be determined during WWII.
In 1951, ITT purchased Philo Farnsworth’s television company to break into that market. At the time Farnsworth was also developing the Fusor fusion reactor, which was funded by ITT until 1967. Also in 1951, ITT bought a majority interest in the Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Company, founded in 1897 as a pioneer in “divided-multiple” telephone switchboards, and bought the remaining shares the next year. ITT changed the company’s name to ITT Kellogg. After merging Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation into ITT Kellogg and combining manufacturing operations the name was again changed to ITT Telecommunications, eventually reverting to ITT Kellogg. One prominent subsidiary of this was the American Cable and Radio Corporation, which operated the transatlantic cables of the Commercial Cable Company, among other ventures. It bought Philadelphia based heating and air conditioning manufacturer John J. Nesbitt Inc. In 1968 the company purchased Levittown homebuilder Levitt and Sons for a reported $90 million.
ITT Avionics was a division of ITT Corporation in Nutley, New Jersey. A 300-foot research tower at ITT Avionics was built in the 1940s for scientists for microwave communications systems. Research at the tower had stopped in the 1970s. In 1996 the tower was demolished with explosives to prepare the site for sale.
In 1991 the company won a $19.6 million contract from the United States Air Force to develop the “intraflight data link”, a communications system for “tactical airborne forces”. In 2004 they were awarded a $24.9 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command Weapons Division for engineering software support services provided to the Tactical Aircraft Electronic Warfare Integrated Program Team at Point Mugu, California and China Lake, California.
Customers and programs
Federal Aviation Administration NextGen
In 2007, ITT was awarded a $207 million initial contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to lead a team to develop and deploy the Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) system. ADS-B is a key component of the FAA’s NextGen air traffic control modernization program intended to increase safety and efficiency to meet the growing needs of air transportation. ITT is responsible for overall system integration and engineering and under contract options will operate and maintain the system after deployment through September 2025. The ITT team includes its partners AT&T, Thales North America, WSI, SAIC, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Aerospace Engineering, Sunhillo, Comsearch, MCS of Tampa, Pragmatics, Washington Consulting Group, Aviation Communications and Surveillance Systems (ACSS), Sandia Aerospace and NCR Corporation.”
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