Tuesday, January 21, 2014

#1824: Marine Links MI-3 Bilderberg Pilot List to CWT Serco Murder For Hire, BAE Sukhoi Crash

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company hit list naming pilots for elimination in the year following the 2011 Bilderberg conference, to the murder-for-hire services of Carlson Wagonlit Travel and Serco apparently involving the joint automated booking of military and government script kiddies into triaged crime scenes and BAE’s telemetry-triggered FADEC crash which killed Sukhoi's chief civilian test pilot, Alexander Yablontsev on May 8, 2012 in Indonesia.

McConnell claims that the MI-3 Innholders gave 2011 Bilderberg pilot hit list to Serco director Maureen Baginski and Carslon director Trudy Ratio who allegedly booked a script-kiddie triage team to kill Yablontsev under the direction of Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, former BAE director and Bilderberg 2013 delegate and the former Principal Private Secretary to the late Robin Cook, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs 1999 – [MI-3 9/11] 2001.

McConnell invites key word Googlers to read excerpts below and emerging chapters of “The List of Thurso Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” at http://www.abeldanger.net/

Prequel 1: #1819: Marine Links MI-3 Bilderberg List to Serco Onion Router Triage, Bombardier Sukhoi JABS

Prequel 2: McConnell Links Sister’s National Security Bribe To Sukhoi FADEC FADEOUT Dive

Sukhoi Superjet 100 Mount Salak crash simulation, final version


The Mount Salak Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) crash occurred on 9 May 2012 when an SSJ-100 aircraft crashed on a demonstration flight operating from Halim Perdanakusuma AirportJakarta, Indonesia.[1] On 10 May, the wreckage of the Sukhoi Superjet was spotted on a cliff in Mount Salak, a volcano in the province of West Java. Due to the widespread debris field where the aircraft hit the mountain, rescuers concluded that the aircraft directly impacted the rocky side of the mountain and that there was "no chance of survival".[2][3] On 12 May 2012, it was reported that the remains of several victims' bodies had been recovered and airlifted to Halim Airport and then taken to the National Police Hospital for identification.[4]

The final report, released 18 December 2012, indicated that the accident was caused by crew members ignoring terrain warnings that they had incorrectly attributed to a database problem. The crew had turned off the terrain warning system and were unaware that they were operating in close proximity to mountains. The crew, including the captain, were engaging in conversation with potential customers as the aircraft impacted the ground.[5]
In December 2012, the crash investigation determined that the plane's terrain warning system had been functioning correctly and had warned the pilots about the collision course with the mountain. The pilots, however, turned the system off, suspecting it to have malfunctioned. Due to being distracted by conversation on the flight deck, unrelated to flying the plane, they failed to notice that the plane was in danger.[18]

A ground and air search for the aircraft was initiated, but was called off as night fell. On 10 May at 09:00 (02:00 UTC), the wreckage of the Sukhoi Superjet was found on Mount Salak.[2] It is only known that the aircraft had been flying on a clockwise flightpath around the mountain, towards Jakarta, before the crash.[7][19] Preliminary reports indicated that the aircraft had hit the edge of a cliff at an elevation of 6,270 feet (1,910 m), slid down a slope and came to rest at an elevation of 5,200 feet (1,600 m). Despite appearing relatively intact from the air, the aircraft sustained substantial damage, and there was no sign of survivors. The site of the accident was not accessible by air and no rescuers had reached the site by nightfall on 10 May. Multiple groups of rescue personnel attempted to reach the wreckage on foot.[7]

Most of the passengers were journalists and prospective clients.[1][23] The 45 people on board included 14 people from the Indonesian airline Sky Aviation, Captain Aan Husdiana (Director of Operations for Kartika Airlines) and five reporters, Dody Aviantara (journalist) and Didik Nur Yusuf (photographer) from Angkasa aviation magazine, Ismiati Soenarto and Aditya Sukardi of Trans TV and Femi Adi of the American Bloomberg News.[20] An accomplished and experienced pilot, Peter Adler held a US passport, acting as a consultant and a passenger on the flight;[21] according to Vladimir Prisyazhnyuk, the head of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, two Italians and one French citizen of Vietnamese descent were also on board.[22] The captain of the jet was Alexander Yablontsev, a former Russian test pilot;[24] he had been the pilot for the first test flight of Superjet 100 in May 2008.[25] The first officer was Alexander Kotchetkov.[26]

20 Radisson and Park Inn by Radisson Hotels to Be Developed in Indonesia over the Next Seven Years
March, 6 2013
These hotels will be located in attractive tourist destinations and in top tier Indonesian cities including Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya and Yogyakarta, as well as emerging cities such as Manado, Makassar, Palembang and Medan.

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group announced the signing of a joint venture agreement with Indonesia’s Panorama Group that will accelerate Carlson Rezidor’s portfolio growth in Indonesia. Under the agreement, 20 Radisson and Park Inn by Radisson hotels will be developed in Indonesia over the next seven years. These hotels will be located in attractive tourist destinations and in top tier Indonesian cities including Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya and Yogyakarta, as well as emerging cities such as Manado, Makassar, Palembang and Medan.

A new joint venture management company called PT. Carlson Panorama Hospitality will be created and a representative office will be established in Jakarta. Carlson Rezidor will provide its hotel management expertise, worldwide sales and marketing support, as well as access to its distribution network, whilst Panorama Group will afford its local network and business expertise, co-operating business development, project acquisition and project developments.

Panorama Group has been in partnership with Carlson for 13 years, having signed a joint venture partnership in 1999 to establish Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) in Indonesia. Withits extensive experience and growing relentlessly from milestone to milestone for more than 40 years, Panorama Group always strives to serve its customers through a variety of quality products and services. Entering into another joint venture with Carlson, endorses Panorama’s vision of becoming an industry leader in the markets and businesses that it enters.

“The joint venture with Carlson Rezidor Asia Pacific will see the extension of Carlson’s relationship with Panorama Group go beyond CWT, to include hotel development and management. The joint venture combines Panorama’s local knowledge and presence in Indonesia with Carlson Rezidor’s global network, resources and expertise, and will boost Carlson Rezidor’s current portfolio of 164 hotels in operation and under development in Asia Pacific,” said Simon C. Barlow, President, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. “Indonesia is an attractive market with huge potential. 

Domestic leisure travel in particular has been gaining ground, with Indonesia’s rising middle class making more domestic trips and spending more on their travels. According to the McKinsey Global Institute, Indonesia is set to become the world’s seventh largest economy by 2030, with 135 million consumers representing a $1.38 trillion market opportunity.”

“The joint venture will create great synergy for both parties, establishing hotels in key destinations in Indonesia and drawing more tourists from around the world to Indonesia as well as providing world class hotels and hospitality standards to the growing domestic market,” said Budi Tirtawisata, Group CEO of Panorama Group.

Radisson is one of the world’s leading global hotel brands. It delivers vibrant, contemporary and engaging hospitality that is characterized by its unique Yes I Can! service philosophy. Radisson hotels offer an upscale stay experience, backed by its 100% Guest Satisfaction Guarantee and a range of “World of Radisson” services and amenities that have been created specifically to be empathetic to the challenges of modern travel.

Park Inn by Radisson is Carlson Rezidor’s internationally successful mid-scale hotel brand. It is a segment-leading brand with a 26-year track record for delivering a quality guest experience. Ten years ago, the NexGen Park Inn by Radisson was launched in Europe and it is now one of the fastest growing brands in Europe Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). It is also expanding rapidly in the US, Canada and Asia Pacific. This midscale, full-service concept was specifically designed for the global Gen Y. Friendly, fresh, vibrant and uncomplicated, the brand focuses on delivering the modern essentials of a great hotel experience – A good night’s sleep in a flexible and connected room, as well as great restaurants, bars and meetings and leisure facilities, all made for the traveler of tomorrow. The first NexGen Park Inn by Radisson in Asia Pacific, the Park Inn by Radisson Davao, will open on 25 March 2013.

Logos, product and company names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.”

Bilderberg Group delegate and former UK diplomat, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, speaks out to dispel conspiracy theories
2:50pm Monday 10th June 2013 in News
A former leading British diplomat, who attended The Bilderberg Group meeting in Watford, has spoken out to dispel the conspiracy theories surrounding its discussions.

In an interview with the Watford Observer, Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, 58, said the group was no different to many other international forums held around the world and voiced surprise at the large protest it drew.

Sir Sherard, a former British ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan, left public service to take up a job at BAE Systems in 2011 and was invited to Bilderberg for the first time this year.
The group, which met at The Grove hotel last week, has remained secretive for most of its 59-year history and describes itself as an off-the-record forum for leading global figures to debate the pressing issues of the day.”

Sherard Louis Cowper-Coles KCMG LVO (born in London, England, 8 January 1955[1]) is a British diplomat. He was the Foreign Secretary's Special Representative to Afghanistan and Pakistanin 2009-2010. After leaving the Foreign Office, he worked briefly for BAE Systems as international business development director. He left BAE Systems in 2013 and is now a Senior Adviser to HSBC's Group Chief Executive Officer. His surname is pronounced 'cooper coals'.

Sherard Cowper-Coles is the son of Sherard Hamilton Cowper-Coles and Dorothy (née Short). He was educated at Freston Lodge School, New Beacon SchoolTonbridge School and Hertford College, Oxford,[2] where he read classics. He speaks fluent ArabicHebrew, and French and has studied Pashto.

In 1982, he married Bridget Mary Elliott, and they have four sons, Henry Sherard, Rupert Neil, Frederick Peter and Myles Philip, and one daughter, Minna Louise.[2] In 2011, he divorced Bridget Mary Elliott and married Jasmine Zerinini, a French diplomat, in 2012. They have a daughter, Louise Elizabeth.[3]

Diplomatic career[edit]

Cowper-Coles entered the diplomatic service in 1977. He was Third Secretary and later Second Secretary in Cairo, 1980–1983, First Secretary in the Planning Staff of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1983–1985; Private Secretary to the Permanent Under-secretary of State, 1985–1987, First Secretary in Washington, 1987–1991, Assistant in the Security Policy Department of the FCO, 1991–1993, Resident Associate, International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1993–1994; Head of the Hong Kong Department of the FCO, 1994–1997, Political Counsellor in Paris, 1997–1999; Principal Private Secretary to Robin Cook, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, 1999–2001.[2]

His first role as a head of mission was in Tel Aviv as the British Ambassador to Israel from 2001 to 2003. He was next appointed ambassador to Saudi Arabia in Riyadh, a post that he held until 2006. From 15 May 2007 until April 2009 he served as ambassador to Afghanistan in Kabul.[2] In February 2009 it was announced that he would be taking up a new role as special representative of the UK Foreign Secretary to Afghanistan and Pakistan.[4]

In early 2010 it was reported that he clashed with senior NATO and US officials over his insistence that the military-driven counter-insurgency effort was headed for failure, and that talks with the Taliban should be prioritised.[5]

On 21 June 2010 the British high commission announced he had taken "extended leave" from his position in Afghanistan.[5]Following comments from the Foreign Secretary, William Hague, it appeared unlikely he would return to the post.[6]

Post-diplomatic career[edit]

In 2011 Cowper-Coles became BAE Systems' international business development director, focusing on the Middle East and south-east Asia.[7] He is a committee member of the Saudi-British Society. [8]

His appointment at BAE caused some controversy, since he is thought to have “had a profound effect” on the decision by Robert Wardle, then director of the UK's Serious Fraud Office, to end an investigation into BAE's allegedly corrupt dealings with Saudi Arabia.[9]
Memo leak regarding NATO, USA, Afghanistan[edit]

He attracted controversy in October 2008 when a leaked French diplomatic cable suggested he had been sharply critical of Karzai and US policy. While insisting Britain should support the US, he was quoted as saying: "We should tell them that we want to be part of a winning strategy, not a losing one." [10][11]

This memo leak occurred the same week another additional memo was leaked concerning fellow British ambassador, Sir Nigel Sheinwald's comments with regard to United States Senator Barack Obama. Both leaks concerned foreign policy and occurred in the final weeks of the 2008 US Presidential Election.[12]

CWTSatoTravel Awarded E-Gov Travel Services-2 Master Contract
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 13, 2013 — CWTSatoTravel has been awarded an E-Gov Travel Services-2 (ETS-2) Master Contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). ETS-2 is the second generation travel management program, built on the success of ETS-1, which will help the government further consolidate online travel booking services and expense management platforms to drive cost savings and efficiencies.

This contract award was based on GSA’s determination that CWTSatoTravel met the technical requirements established in the ETS-2 solicitation. It will enable CWTSatoTravel to service federal agencies through the E2 Solutions application service that was deployed under the ETS-1 Master Contract over the past 10 years.

“We value our continued partnership with the GSA and look forward to providing federal agencies with an integrated platform of travel and expense management services that leverages our experience in servicing the federal traveler over the past 10 years,” said Matt Beatty, president, Military & Government Markets, CWTSatoTravel. “We’re committed to fashioning travel programs that fulfill federal agency missions while assisting travelers to travel smarter and more efficiently."

“With ETS2’s improved usability and optimized online travel planning — travelers will be able to navigate easier and optimize travel planning to make informed cost and sustainability decisions at point-of-sale.  It serves as the gateway to optimize the government’s scale and full market leverage to lower travel costs,” said GSA Director of Travel and Transportation Services Tim Burke.  

“Additionally, ETS2’s strengthened operational environment will improve management by adopting commercial best practices in software development, data transparency and improved security controls.  This will achieve efficiency and cost saving so agencies can accomplish their mission and deliver value for the American taxpayer.”
CWTSatoTravel’s E2 Solutions application offers new capabilities and a new user experience that integrates the federal government’s travel processes, regulations and policies.

“We’re excited to be working with GSA and look forward to implementing clients on the ETS-2 platform in partnership with Northrop Grumman,” added Beatty.

About CWTSatoTravel

CWTSatoTravel is the division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT) responsible for soliciting and managing travel for the U.S. military and government clients. With over 60 years of experience, CWTSatoTravel is the nation’s leading provider of travel management and fulfillment services to the government, fulfilling more than $2.0 billion in annual air sales. CWTSatoTravel employs more than 1,000 associates throughout 190 locations in 14 countries and U.S. territories. For more information about CWTSatoTravel, please visit 

About Carlson Wagonlit Travel

CWT is a global leader specialized in managing business travel and meetings and events. CWT serves companies, government institutions and non-governmental organizations of all sizes in more than 150 countries and territories. By leveraging both the expertise of its people and leading-edge technology, CWT helps clients derive the greatest value from their travel program in terms of savings, service, security and sustainability. The company is also committed to providing best-in-class service and assistance to travelers. CWT services and solutions comprise Traveler & Transaction Services, Program Optimization, Safety & Security, Meetings & Events and Energy Services. In 2012, sales volume for wholly owned operations and joint ventures totaled US$27.7 billion. As part of its commitment to responsible business, CWT is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact Ten Principles. For more information about CWT, please visit our global website 

at www.carlsonwagonlit.com.

Follow us on Twitter @CarlsonWagonlit and@CWTAmericas.” 

CWT's arrangement required the creation within Nortel's dedicated call center of a "fare research desk," to which all traveler reservations are sent for the purposes of comparison. The desk's Internet browsers are enhanced with the SideStep plug-in—a small piece of software—which pulls information from more than 100 Web sites. If the desk finds an alternative fare deemed worthy of purchase based on price and restrictions, travelers are offered the option to take it.

"In a majority of cases we can issue the ticket ourselves or secure it through a third party," said Stephen Cassidy, a global director for CWT Canada. In some instances, though, agents would direct travelers to the Web site to book themselves, notifying them that they are forfeiting CWT's en route services.

Asked whether he sees CWT rolling out the product to the remainder of its client base, Cassidy acknowledged the cost challenge: "We're considering how we might do that, but there are certainly some additional costs that need to be evaluated," he said. Much of the customization Brampton, Ontario-based Nortel bought from SideStep was designed to create links to five consolidators and charter airlines to which SideStep did not already connect its consumer product.”

Yours sincerely,

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

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