Friday, June 8, 2012

McConnell Links Obama’s Cisco Pay Per View to Magnotta's Same-Sex Snuff

Presidential Field McConnell has linked Michelle Obama to a Cisco pay-per-view encryption service which allegedly conceals same-sex snuff-film images of, inter alia, Luka Magnotta cutting off his gay lover’s head.

McConnell claims that Sidley Austin alumna Obama and her terrorist mentor Bernardine Dohrn used a phony IPO for KPMG Consulting (the now bankrupt BearingPoint) in February 2001 to launch the Cisco pay-per-view encryption service which allegedly gave same-sex associates conditional access to “the first live-broadcast mass snuff film in human history” on 9/11.

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“Luka Magnotta, gay porn actor *ARRESTED on suspicion of cannibalism, necrophilia, animal abuse”

“9/11 Resolution Trilogy Volume III: Pattern of the Times part 1 of 4”


“Murali Nemani Explains What Cisco Videoscape Is”

“Marilyn Nagel on [Same-Sex] Diversity & Inclusion at Cisco”


“Part 1-Ben Cohen: Speaks as part of Cisco's Inclusion & Diversity Speaker series, San Jose”


“FIRST LGBT PRIDE RECEPTION @ THE WHITE HOUSE”


“Outpouring of support inspires plan to honour dismemberment victim Jun Lin MONTREAL — The university where the victim of one of Canada’s most gruesome slayings studied is taking several steps to keep his memory alive amid an outpouring of public support. There will be an award for a deserving student named after Jun Lin along with a fund to help his relatives pay their expenses during a sorrowful trip to Canada. Chris Mota, a spokesperson for Concordia University, said Friday there had been a flood of calls and emails offering any kind of help for the family, devastated by the murder-dismemberment that has attracted worldwide attention. “I can’t tell you the number of people who have reached out to us, through emails, through phone calls, our alumni, people as far as Hong Kong, people who have no connection to the university, companies who’ve called and said, ‘We’ll offer services, what do they need,’” Mota said. Small shrines have popped up near the university and in the convenience store where Lin worked, with people leaving flowers and messages expressing their sympathy. Concordia University announced Friday it is establishing the Jun Lin Family Fund and the Jun Lin Award, named for the 33-year-old engineering and computer science student whose dismembered torso was found in a suitcase outside a Montreal apartment building last month. Police have recovered body parts mailed to the Conservative and Liberal party headquarters in Ottawa and to two schools in Vancouver [The head was allegedly mailed to Canadian Governor General David Johnston who brokered the development of Cisco’s pay per view encryption with Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates in 1993]. Luka Rocco Magnotta, a porn actor and male escort, was arrested in Germany on Monday after an international manhunt. He is awaiting extradition back to Canada to face first-degree murder charges in Lin’s murder.”

“Cisco is purchasing NDS for 5 billion dollars. John Chambers, Cisco CEO, quipped, “That’s one million dollars for each one of you!” Not that it will reach our pockets… It will be about six months, after the various anti-trust/regulatory hurdles have been cleared, before we start to see serious changes. We don’t know what will happen. We hope we will have jobs a year from now. In case you’re puzzled by the title of this posting, VideoGuard is NDS’s conditional access system. Videoscape is Cisco’s product. According to the Jerusalem Post, Cisco sees this acquisition as an opportunity to expand its deployment of Videoscape. No surprises there. At 2:30 last Thursday we received an email inviting us to the official announcement of the Cisco takeover at the Dan Panorama hotel on Mt. Scopus (formerly the Hyatt), via live video from the UK. In the photo below, Abe Peled, NDS CEO (soon to be a Cisco Sr VP), walking across the stage. Seated, from left to right, John Chambers (Cisco CEO), Marthin de Beer (Cisco Sr VP, Video & Collaboration Group), and Dave Habinger (outgoing NDS CEO). The announcement was chaotic because we’re located in so many different time zones, so Israel heard before the UK and India, China heard but not Australia, and so on and so forth.”

[Spoliation inference IPO arranged by Obama and Dohrn to give same-sex associates conditional access to Cisco’s Videoscape 9/11 snuff film] Advises KPMG Consulting Inc. in its $2.3 Billion IPO February 20, 2001 KPMG Consulting, Inc., represented by Sidley & Austin, recently completed its $2.3 billion initial public offering of its common stock, the second largest IPO in Nasdaq history. With more than 10,000 employees, KPMG Consulting is one of the world's largest consulting firms. Prior to the IPO, KPMG Consulting was a majority-owned subsidiary of Sidley & Austin client KPMG LLP, the Big Five audit and tax firm. In the IPO, KPMG LLP and its partners sold to the public all of their equity interests in KPMG Consulting, raising more than $1.6 billion in proceeds. The IPO marks the completion of a two-and-a-half year project for Sidley & Austin that included the global spin-off of KPMG Consulting from KPMG LLP and a $1 billion investment [of pay-per-view technologies] by Cisco Systems, Inc. in KPMG Consulting.”

“Cisco's Networking Academy Gender Initiative provides greater access to IT training for women globally. Cisco is partnering with several United Nations programs, as well as nongovernmental organizations, to achieve at least 30 percent female enrollment in more than 200 Cisco Networking Academy sites in the least-developed countries of the world. Cisco is working with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Institute of International Education (IIE) to provide $300,000 in scholarships for women in Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mongolia, and Sri Lanka to attend academies in their countries. Cisco also collaborated with USAID and the United Nations Development Fund for Women to implement several gender programs in the Middle East. We established 25 academies in Jordan, Lebanon, and Morocco, with 69 instructors; our female enrollment is 45 percent in Jordan, 25 percent in Lebanon, and 51 percent in Morocco. Some 450 of these students have taken at least one CCNA networking certification course, while 1,600 have graduated from all four levels of the CCNA curriculum. The academies in Jordan and Lebanon also participate in a partnership with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), under which academies have been established in eight refugee training centers in Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. In the UNRWA program, 250 students have taken at least one CCNA course, while 830 have graduated from all four levels of the CCNA curriculum.”


Presidential Field suggests sniffer dogs should track the Magnotta same-sex head to see if intended recipients include Obama investors in Cisco’s pay-per-view snuff-film service.



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