Saturday, June 23, 2012

McConnell Links Concordia’s AVSEC Hackers to Jun Lin Sukhoi Crash

Presidential Field McConnell has linked Concordia University’s AVSEC hackers to the decapitation of computer science student Jun Lin, who was apparently about to expose the Canadian Privy Council’s role in the collision of a Sukhoi SuperJet 100 with the side of an Indonesian volcano on May 9.

McConnell claims that Canadian Privy Councilor Marcel Danis, directed Concordia’s Greek Life (same-sex) hackers to film Jun Lin being partially eaten and dismembered and then had various body parts sent to prospective AVSEC whistleblowers as a reminder of the Privy Council penalty – Google Maurice Strong Mau Mau Harvard – for loose lips.

[N.B. The head is missing and the lips are loose]

Prequel 1:
McConnell Links Concordia Kiddy-Porn Lab to Jung Lin’s Same-Sex Decoy Head

Prequel 2:
McConnell Links Assange’s Onion, Jung Lin’s Head and Sukhoi Flame & Crash

“Sukhoi Superjet Crash Update - GPWS Warning System - Field McConnell”


“What global-sabotage caused 5/2012 Crash of Sukhoi Superjet”


“FAA Hacked; Obama Orders Review of Federal Cyber Security BY CHRIS DANNEN | 02-11-2009 | 2:12 PM Hackers breached the network of the Federal Aviation Administration earlier this week and gained access to sensitive records, according to an aviation trade publication. The FAA breach has prompted President Obama to order an immediate review of federal cyber security. The hackers reportedly gained access to the personnel files of 45,000 FAA workers, of which 48 files were opened and copied. The computer systems that superintend air traffic control were not breached. President Obama has asked for a 60-day review of the "plans, programs and activities" in place to combat hacking in federal computer systems. According to DailyTech, some experts are blaming security vulnerabilities on President Bush's administration, which they say neglected security risks and put the Department of Homeland Security in a poor position to combat hacking. As it stands, the government is set to dole out over $10 billion in cyber security contracts over the next four years, most of them to large defense companies like Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin. But that may not be enough funding to fight increasingly clever hackers, some of whom are presumed to work on behalf of the ever-intrusive Chinese government. In 2008, the UK Times uncovered evidence of a Chinese plot to engineer cyber-dominance over the U.S. and other nations, in which they planned to use network trap-doors to hamstring financial and military computer systems here and abroad. In June of 2008, hackers linked to the Chinese government were caught worming their way into computers at the Department of Defense.”

“The Aviation Security Professional Management Course (PMC) is the most advanced aviation security training programme in existence today which carries a formal designation (AVSEC PM), making it the first of its kind globally.

The programme was developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in collaboration with the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University in 2004. Its aim is to provide aviation security middle and senior management personnel with new management skills and a greater understanding of the application of the Standards and Recommended Practices contained in Annex 17, while maintaining a creative and pedagogic philosophy. Emphasis is also placed on the use of the ICAO Security Manual (Doc 8973) Restricted.

These unique skills and understanding have become mandatory in today’s aviation environment, as aviation security management personnel are required to perform more complex and diverse tasks and display greater communicative and management skills to meet new and emerging threats to civil aviation. The training methodology blends classroom and distance instruction via a web management system. This holistic approach not only establishes the uniqueness of the programme but also provides a flexible and stimulating learning environment to facilitate the hectic working environment of aviation security management personnel.

This predominantly web-based programme utilizes an innovative online classroom approach developed jointly by ICAO and the Aviation Management Institute (AMI) of the John Molson School of Business of Concordia University. It fosters a common understanding of ICAO Annex 17 and the Security Manual and promotes the use of management principles, best practices, intra and inter-regional cooperation.

The programme comprised of 70% security and 30% management is devised for air transportation industry managers, or future managers, whose functions involve responsibilities in the area of aviation security. This course contains two face-to-face sessions, each lasting 5 days. The first is at the beginning and the second is at the end of the training. The location of each session varies from one region to another in order to attract international and multi-cultural participation within the same group.

To further establish the uniqueness of the PMC, students successfully completing the programme have permanent access to an exclusive e-network community of aviation security experts who have successfully completed the PMC curriculum [and can hack any plane, any time, anywhere]. This community facilitates the sharing of information and optimizes the diffusion of knowledge relevant to international aviation security requirements and best practices, training strategies and promotes intra-regional and international cooperation amongst its members.”

[Concordia University’s] Aviation Management Institute (AMI) offers non-credit courses in leadership development and aviation management to partners in the aviation industry. AMI has partnerships with many universities and international aviation organizations and has developed e-learning programs for both the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Airports Council International (ACI).

AMI initiatives include on-line programs such as the AVSEC Security Professional Management Course and the Airport Executive Leadership Program, as well as organization-specific executive programs. These programs are offered here at the university and /or at the client's home offices, anywhere in the world [Serco in Jakarta which allegedly executed the AVSEC hack for the Sukhoi crash].

Open Enrollment Courses:
Aviation Security Professional Management Course (AVSEC PMC)
Airport Executive Leadership Program
Customized Corporate AMI Programs
Airport Management and Operations
Airline Economics and Planning
Aviation Law for International Airports Authority
Safety Management Systems
Airport Marketing
Air Carrier Planning and Operations
Aviation Sector Strategic Partnerships

[Spoliation inference that AVSEC hackers are being trained to support MitM attacks on sovereign states targeted] Aviation Security Professional Management Course (AVSEC PMC) DUBAI, UAE, 20th May, 2011- For the third time, Dubai through Emirates Group Security successfully hosted The Aviation Security Professional Management (AVSEC PM) Course . Regarded as a prestigious accreditation by the International Civil Aviation Authority for Aviation Security Professionals, this was made possible through the collaboration between the Center of Aviation & Security Studies (CASS) of Emirates Group Security, the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The initial classroom sessions were held from 20th - 24th February 2011 and the final phase was held from 15th - 19th May 2011 at the Emirates Aviation College. A total of twenty three (22) aviation industry professionals - from 13 different countries, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Ireland, Sweden, India, Panama, Libya, Syria, Oman, Libya, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates enrolled in the course.”

“Marcel Danis, PC [Privy Councillor] is a university administrator, lawyer and former Canadian politician. Danis completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Loyola College (since renamed Concordia University) in 1965, a Master of Arts in Political Science at Fordham University in 1966, studied constitutional law and political science at the Université de Paris from 1966–1968 [allegedly met with Mitt Romney and helped coordinate flow of intelligence needed by students in the 68ers attempt to overthrow the government of Charles de Gaulle], and completed a Bachelor of Civil Law at the Université de Montréal in 1971. He is the son of a former judge of the Superior Court of Quebec, and the brother of Jean-Claude Danis, a judge at the Commission des lésions professionelles in Montreal. Danis served as Vice-Dean, Administrative Affairs, in the Faculty of Arts and Science (1995–96), and Vice-Dean, Academic Planning (1994–95). He joined the faculty of Loyola College in 1968 as a lecturer in the Department of Political Science and has taught since that time. He entered politics as a Progressive Conservative candidate in the 1980 federal election, but was defeated in the riding of Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. During Joe Clark's leadership convention candidacy in 1983, Danis was his chief Quebec organizer. He ran again in the 1984 federal election and entered the Canadian House of Commons as the Tory Member of Parliament for Verchères. Danis was appointed Deputy Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, and served in that position until 1990 when he was appointed by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to the Cabinet as Minister of State for Fitness and Sport, and Minister of State for Youth. He served concurrently as deputy government House Leader.

In 1991, Danis was promoted to the position of Minister of Labour. He left Cabinet with Mulroney's retirement in 1993, and was not a candidate in the 1993 election. He left politics and returned to academia. He became Vice-Dean in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia. In 1996, he became Vice-Rector of the university, and Secretary General in 1998 [and allegedly directed Concordia hackers to build a backdoor into the U.S. Federal Bridge Certification Authority to support an MitM attack on the FAA and U.S. Air Force on 9/11]. In 2005, he was named Vice-President, External Relations and Secretary-General. He continues to have an active criminal law practice.”

McConnell is planning a trip to Moscow to brief those who should be concerned.

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