Friday, June 22, 2012

McConnell Links Concordia Kiddy-Porn Lab to Jun Lin’s Same-Sex Decoy Head

Presidential Field McConnell has linked Concordia University’s kiddy-porn encryption lab to Jun Lin’s missing head – allegedly used as a same-sex decoy by Canada’s pedophile entrapment experts and extortionists.

McConnell claims that Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE) pedophiles, used Flame malware to crash the Sukhoi SuperJet on May 9 and eliminate a NetJets competitor to Bombardier and further claims that CIISE had Jun Lin beheaded to intimidate whistleblowers to the existence of the Concordia kiddy-porn encryption lab.

Prequel 1:
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[Spoliation inference Concordia’s same-sex pedophiles and Jung Lin’s Communist Chinese handlers ordered the Jun Lin family to fly to Montreal and add realism to the ‘staged’ snuff film where Jun Lin head was apparently sent to Canadian patron of SOS Children’s Villages and the Concordia kiddy-porn encryption lab – allegedly Governor General David Johnston cf. Johnston’s spoliation of DNA evidence on Russell Williams uniform and the encrypted child porn on Williams’ DND computer] The family of Jun Lin has prepared this statement and asked Concordia University to share it with the media. The family is not ready for media interviews at this point. Open Statement from Jun Lin’s Family Montreal, June 12, 2012 - As Jun Lin’s family, we would first like to express our deepest appreciation to different levels of both the Chinese and Canadian governments, the related embassies and consulates, the Montreal police, Concordia University, the Chinese community and many other kind-hearted people for their goodwill and humanitarian support for us at this exceptionally difficult time. Through the kindness of many people, we were able to arrive in Montreal at the earliest possible time. Soon after our arrival in Montreal last Tuesday night, the Chinese Consulate in Montreal helped to arrange a meeting with Montreal police, city government officials, and Concordia University’s senior administration. Everyone has showed great sympathy and compassionate support to help to make things easier for us. We have come to know so many people, such as the police, members of the Chinese Consulate, the university staff, The Chinese Students and Scholars Association at Concordia University, and Jun Lin’s friends who have been working endlessly to help us out. We are deeply touched by the kindness inspired by this human tragedy. Jun Lin was our beloved son. As the only son in the family, he was our pride and hope. Jun Lin believed in Buddhism. He was very kind and always enjoyed helping others. To his parents, he was a loving and considerate son. To his sister, he was a big brother who was always there for her. The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University told us he was an excellent student. His employer at the convenience store he worked at called him a model employee. His friends said he was optimistic, ambitious, and open-minded. He always trusted people with a positive approach to life. http://www.concordia.ca/now/docs/statement-from-jun-lin-family.pdf

[Spoliation inference Concordia’s same-sex pedophiles have integrated the technologies they need to operate a kiddy-porn encryption lab where pay-per-viewers can be entrapped and extorted through compromised positions in government, industry, law enforcement and military] The Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE) is an interdisciplinary, fundamental research, R&D learning institute, housing state-of-the-art research in innovative applications of information systems to a wide range of areas, among them: systems engineering, information systems security, high-quality system engineering, communication software engineering, data mining, bioinformatics, digital forensics, embedded systems engineering [Flame malware], electronics, multimedia, aerospace, finance and banking [leveraged lease], automotive, manufacturing, and building and construction management. The Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering offers only graduate programs. The relevance and importance of information technology in systems engineering has been established in several credible studies. To a large and increasing extent, software intervenes either as an embedded component of systems or as a tool that is used in the design, management, and operation of modern systems. Clearly, information systems are emerging as the core common ground of an interdisciplinary cluster of knowledge and applications. It is therefore a logical step of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University to create a focus on interdisciplinary research activities based on information and systems technologies. Based on the philosophy of interdisciplinary research, the Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE) was established in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science on June 1, 2002. Since then, CIISE has received over 3.4 million research funding from various sources, including NSERC, DND, NATEQ, Infrastructure Canada, MRST, PROMPT-Québec, and Concordia University, to conduct over 30 research projects in different areas. The objectives of CIISE are: To maintain and enhance interdisciplinary areas of research based on information technology. To become a national and international center of research excellence in engineering of software and systems. To train graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and other research personnel. To attract external research funding. To foster relationships with external and internal researchers with similar interests.”

[Spoliation inference Concordia’s same-sex pedophiles have integrated the technologies they need to place Flame malware in aircraft operated by Bombardier’s competitors such as Sukhoi] BOMBARDIER RETURNS TO CONCORDIA WITH INTERNSHIP OFFERS FOR JANUARY 2012. After a successful hiring spree in July, Bombardier returned to Concordia October 7 with an arsenal of hiring managers targeting co-operative education students. So far, seven students have been offered four-month work terms starting in January 2012. This number is expected to rise. The Institute for Co-operative Education offers a format that combines studying and internships with participating employers in alternating terms. The program takes four years to complete instead of three, including summer terms. Students finish with practical experience in the chosen field.”

“AVSEC Professional Management Course To provide support for aviation security managers through development of new skills, ICAO has partnered with Concordia University to create the first AVSEC Professional Management Course.

The curriculum of this course is comprised of 70% security and 30% management and is devised for air transportation industry managers, or future managers, whose functions involve responsibilities in the area of aviation security.

The AVSEC-PM is a 12 week program (2 weeks on site and 10 weeks at home). During the first week, the students participate in lectures and hands on training in a classroom setting. The 10 following weeks consist of distance learning with regular individuals and group assignments. The last week takes place in the classroom again and consists of lessons, final assignments, presentations, and a final exam.

Benefits
The participants undertaking the program will enjoy several benefits including:

The development of their expertise in aviation security management including standards, recommended practices, and field applications

A formal diploma issued jointly by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Concordia University

Access to an aviation security professional network of all AVSEC PMC graduates as well as specialized information material during the course and in the future

Methodology

This program is compatible with a full-time job, but it requires an average of 15 to 20 hours per week of course work. This includes:

Online learning and readings
Classroom learning on week one and week twelve
Individual work and team work through a web-based communication platform
A high speed internet connection is highly recommended although the system can function at lower speed.

Eligibility
The eligibility criteria to attend the course are related to:
Position
Experience
Management responsibilities
Involvement in the field of aviation security (or potential involvement in such functions)
Due to the heavy workload, including course reading material, assignments and the team presentation, strong English skills are a must.

Registration
The fees are €3,500 euros, which are payable immediately upon acceptance into the program. Please note that this does not include the costs for travel and accommodations for the two face-to-face weeks.

To register for an upcoming session, please refer to the online registration website.

AVSEC PMC Objectives

The main objective of the AVSEC-PMC is to promote the use of management principles and best practices relevant to the field of AVSEC by applying training strategies including e-learning. In this regard, course participants will be provided with guidelines for a common understanding of Annex 17 Standards and Recommended Practices and the Security Manual. Furthermore, the sharing of knowledge and information will promote intra-regional cooperation and create an AVSEC professional network.

Module 1: Global Environment –during first face to face session
Module 2: Terrorism - during first face to face session
Module 3: Understanding Annex 17 and the Security Manual
Module 4: Establishing the Legal Framework
Module 5: Establishing Coordinating Infrastructure
Module 6: Financial Management
Module 7: Development of Specific Measures to Comply with Annex 17
Module 8: Including Security Measures in the Design of Infrastructures and Processes
Module 9: Project Management
Module 10: Technology and Equipment
Module 11: Quality Control
Module 12: Human Resources Management
Module 13: Management of Response to Major Security Emergencies
Module 14: International Cooperation - during second face to face session
Module 15: Other Issues and Related Aspects during second face to face session”


McConnell is planning a trip to Moscow to brief those who may be concerned that ICAO and Concordia were same-sex man-in-the-middle partners for the Sukhoi crash of May 9.

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