Marine Links Thomson Reuters Wag the Dog to Same Sex Libor Olympic Bomb
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Thomson Reuters’ Wag the Dog encryption technology to the same-sex matrix of five communities (Matrix 5) which, allegedly in 1984, began extorting the leaders of Thomson Reuters’ Libor banks to finance the threat or the reality of Olympic bombing campaigns.
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters has developed a same sex cult or matrix whose members use a Wag the Dog shtick to beat up on phony homophobes and divert attention from the real news of Libor finance for Olympic Bombing campaigns] Report from Thomson Reuters : The Thomson Reuters Pride at Work employee network recently organized multiple events within offices around the globe, from Geneva to Manila, in London, New York, Paris, Beijing, Bangalore and so on; to express support to International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO), held worldwide on the 17th of May. Staff was encouraged to participate in commemorating the day by wearing pink or purple as a public show of support. A worldwide picture contest took place and all participants’ photos were posted on a poll on internal website. Then employees were able to vote for their preferred one. In addition, in some location like Geneva , breakfast was offered to staff, funds were collected for IDAHO Committee. In exchange of a donation, a IDAHO badge specially created for that day was offered. Thomson Reuters Pride at Work was the event sponsor, increasing the awareness about the internal employee network, about LGBT issues and the global campaign to erase prejudice, violence and discrimination against the LGBT community. At Thomson Reuters we already understand the importance of creating and celebrating an environment where employees can feel safe in bringing their whole selves to work. That’s why we were happy to support IDAHO and the mission to eradicate homophobia and transphobia wherever it exists.”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters is using a same sex cult or matrix to develop Wag the Dog stories of government incompetence to divert from the real news of its role in the Libor finance of Olympic Bombing campaigns] Britain embarrassed by last-minute Olympics security shortfall Thu Jul 12, 2012 12:03pm EDT By Neil Maidment LONDON (Reuters) – Britain could be forced to deploy thousands of extra troops in London during the Olympics after a last-minute security blunder dealt an embarrassing blow to the government just two weeks before the Games. With the eyes of the world trained on London , the government was forced to answer questions in parliament on the issue on Thursday as it struggled to contain snaking airport queues and extensive road works that threaten to harm its reputation. About 23,700 security guards had been due to protect venues as part of Britain ‘s biggest peacetime security operation, with 13,500 military personnel already earmarked to contribute. But on Wednesday, Britain put an extra 3,500 soldiers on standby after the world’s biggest security firm G4S said it might not be able to supply the 10,400 security guards it had promised as part of a 284 million pounds ($441.93 million) deal. “Let me reiterate there is no question of Olympic security being compromised,” Home Secretary Theresa May told parliament.”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters is using a same sex cult or matrix to develop Wag the Dog stories of government incompetence to divert from the real news of its role in the Libor finance of Olympic Bombing campaigns] Why Olympic chiefs don’t want cutting-edge tech … By Nicole Kobie .. Posted on 13 Jul 2012 at 10:51 The Olympics feature the best athletes in the world, but the organisation running the London Games doesn’t want cutting-edge technology. All the network switches and other infrastructure supplied by Cisco to the games is at least two years old, at the request of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), to ensure it’s reliable and tested. Ian Foddering, Cisco UK’s chief technology officer, revealed the company’s contribution to the Olympics – including thousands of switches, IP handsets and three massive virtual networks. Q. What infrastructure has Cisco rolled out for the Olympics? A. We’ve had some 2,200 switches and 16,500 IP telephony handsets that are deployed through the BT HUCS (hosted unified communication service), a cloud offering, all underpinned by Cisco technology – and that is an example for the first time of cloud technology deployed into an Olympic games. We also have WebEx being deployed… underpinned by Cisco cloud technology. The final cloud element is email security. http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/enterprise/375841/why-olympic-chiefs-dont-want-cutting-edge-tech”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters is using a same sex cult or matrix to develop Wag the Dog stories of government incompetence to divert from the real news of its role in the Libor finance of threats to bomb the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and make Romney and his polygamous Mormon friends look competent] FBI releases Salt Lake Olympic file and Romney’s letter … BY NATE CARLISLE THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 21, 2012 10:51 AM This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. Twenty-four days before the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympics, the FBI’s counterterrorism unit sent a memo to its agents in Utah . The FBI had received a tip from an employee at a cell service provider that a customer had racked up a $103,597 phone bill by making calls to Egypt , Yemen , Nigeria and Saudi Arabia , as well as calls to and from Salt Lake City . The employee was worried the calls could be part of terrorist activities. The employee sent her tip by email, and the text was included in the FBI memo. “While I could lose my job for providing you with this information, I’m too much of a patriot to remain silent,” the employee wrote to the FBI. “I hope this information is useful in any investigation you deem appropriate to pursue. Thank you and God Bless America .” The tip is recounted in 1,200 pages of FBI documents concerning security at the Salt Lake City Olympics, which the FBI code named “Wasatch Rings.” The FBI recently provided the pages to The Salt Lake Tribune in response to a Freedom of Information Act request. The pages include a letter from Mitt Romney, who was president and CEO of the Salt Lake Organizing Committee and is now campaigning for the Republican nomination for U.S. president. The March 16, 2000, letter to then-FBI Director Louis Freeh is more personal than professional. Romney thanks Freeh for meeting with him and U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch and commends Freeh for his integrity and leadership. http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/utes/53357832-200/fbi-lake-salt-games.html.csp”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters is trying to silence expert witnesses who are trying to expose its alleged Same Sex Libor Olympic Bombing campaign] Former FBI agent charged with child pornography … Related News By Lily Kuo Mon May 14, 2012 4:42pm EDT (Reuters) – A former FBI agent who has investigated almost every major bomb attack in the United States was charged with possessing and distributing child pornography, prosecutors said on Monday in announcing a case that could be potential embarrassment for the agency. Donald Sachtleben, a former bomb specialist, was arrested last week on charges of possession and distribution of child pornography, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Indiana Joseph Hogsett said in a statement. Sachtleben, 54, has investigated almost every major bomb attack in the United States, including the World Trade Center bombing in 1993, the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, and the United Airlines flight 93 that was hijacked by al Qaeda operatives on September 11, 2001.”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters has access to same sex MitM encryption technology necessary to conceal the Libor fraud and Olympic bombing campaigns] Thomson Reuters Messenger allows financial professionals to securely share information with customers, colleagues and other business counterparts worldwide and in real-time. Messenger is available as a stand-alone product or as an embedded component in other Thomson Reuters products. The Messenger community provides direct access to over 140,000 professionals from the world’s top financial institutions. Thomson Reuters Messenger Compliance is an add-on risk management and regulatory compliance service. Messenger Compliance logs all content shared and received through Messenger including group chat, attachments, forms and screenshots. Archives are accessible (for extended archiving and eDiscovery) for a period of up to 7 years. Messenger allows users to communicate with individuals on various consumer and enterprise IM networks. Consumer connectivity includes AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger and MSN Messenger. Reuters Messaging Interchange provides enterprise IM connectivity to those on Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS), IBM Lotus Sametime and Cisco Jabber XCP. Features Messenger 8.3 offers the following features: A dynamic directory of financial professionals, with easy to use advanced search capabilities. Improved efficiency using a “dashboard view” that shows email, instant messages and chat room activity all in one place. Communication that is more secure than email. All messages are encrypted with 128-bit encryption before transmission. Topic based chat rooms that make it easy to discuss trade details and strategies with industry experts. Enhanced productivity with the exchange of files, screenshots and financial data within the flow of your conversations.”
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McConnell claims that Thomson Reuters asked Miriam Clegg to sabotage the Dechert defense of Libor banker Barclays, and decoy public attention from Libor leases allegedly arranged for WTC# 7 by John McArthur and his Harvard protégés Romney and Obama.
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