Monday, November 9, 2015

#2501: Trudeau’s Serco Nine-Eyes Sceptre – Moronic Fabian Footprint Bets – Putin's RT Friend in 8(a) Contract Hit

A Request by United States Marine Field McConnell 
Images Leading To A Proof by Contradiction Of Assertions Below 
Plum City Online - (
November 9, 2015

1. AD ASSERTS THAT THE TRUDEAU FAMILY HAS USED SERCO (RCA GB 1929) TO NETWORK NINE-EYES INTELLIGENCE SERVICES INTO SCEPTRE – a virtual floating matrix with a Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion.


3. AD ASSERTS THAT SERCO 8(A) PROTÉGÉS KILLED PUTIN'S FRIEND MIKHAIL LESIN – FOUNDER OF RUSSIA TODAY (RT) – in a Washington hotel to stop him blowing the whistle on a climate-change meeting in Paris staged by Sceptre's Nine Eyes intelligence agents and Justin Trudeau's Fabian morons.

United States Marine Field McConnell ( invites Abel Danger researchers and users to send him images or information – per examples below – which can lead to a proof by contradiction of the assertions above.

SERCO Owns the World, | Big Brother Watch

Spectre James Bond 007 - New Long Spectre Trailer HD
Run by Serco since 1988 after a name change from RCA GB 1929.

Spot the odd one out!

Above gives us 5 + 4 = Nine Eyes!

Run by Serco (RCA GB 1929) trackers since 1953

Serco Fabians have run U.S. National Visa Center since 1994 and Five Eyes tracking since 2001 after the move of the Boeing HQ to Chicago.

Security by Serco

Run by Serco since 1994

Serco and CGI/Stanley in Montreal are collecting Obamacare data for Trudeau Cabinet to decide on the "persons who are most fit, or most unfit to carry on the race"

"Millionaire ex-Putin aide and Russia Today founder is found dead in Washington DC hotel room after 'heart attack' 
Mikhail Lesin died from a heart attack aged 57 in a Washington DC hotel 
Police officers were called to the Dupont Circle Hotel on Thursday morning 
Was Putin's press secretary and worked in government from 1999 to 2009 
Lesin founded state TV network and 'propaganda bullhorn' Russia Today 
Owned property worth $28m in LA arousing suspicion of money laundering 
PUBLISHED: 04:20 GMT, 7 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:08 GMT, 8 November 2015 A millionaire former aide to Russian president Vladimir Putin has been found dead in a Washington DC hotel room.

Mikhail Lesin, who was Putin's press secretary during his first stint as president and founded state television network Russia Today, died aged 57 from a suspected heart attack.

Police were called to the upmarket Dupont Circle Hotel at about 11.30am on Thursday and found him dead. The Russian Embassy confirmed Lesin had died.

A police spokesman would only confirm that a 'death investigation' had been launched.

In a statement released by the Kremlin's press service, Putin said: 'The president has a high appreciation for Mikhail Lesin's massive contribution to the creation of modern Russian mass media.'

Lesin owns multiple properties in Los Angeles worth at least $28million, arousing suspicions among officials who called for a money laundering probe.

Republican Senator Roger Wicker wrote a letter to then Attorney General Eric Holder in December 2013 saying Lesin had 'multi-million dollar assets' in the US and Europe.

'That a Russian public servant could have amassed the considerable funds required to acquire and maintain these assets in Europe and the United States raises serious questions,' Wicker wrote.

Lesin's company the Dastel Corporation bought a 13,000 sq ft Beverly Hills home in August 2011 for $13.8million and a 10,600 sq ft property in Brentwood for $9million in 2012, it was reported.

It is not known whether the FBI launched an investigation.

Lesin, who was Russian press minister from 1999 to 2004 and presidential media adviser from 2004 to 2009, is credited with founding state television network Russia Today in 2005.

The station said Lesin was responsible for 'inspiring the creation' of the agency, which is widely regarded in the West as a mouthpiece for the Kremlin.

Secretary of State John Kerry has referred to Russia Today, often shortened to RT, as a 'propaganda bullhorn'.

Following the crisis in Ukraine, Kerry said: 'Russia Today network has deployed to promote president Putin's fantasy about what is playing out on the ground.

'They almost spend full-time devoted to this effort, to propagandize, and to distort what is happening or not happening in Ukraine.'

After leaving the Kremlin Lesin went on to become a senior executive at Gazprom-Media, Russia's largest media holding company. He resigned for family reasons last year.

The wealthy Russian was staying at the Dupont Circle Hotel, which charges up to $250 a night for a room.

Lesin was married and had a daughter from his first marriage in 1979 and a son from his second marriage in 1983. He had five grandchildren.

His son Anton Lessine is a Hollywood film producer and worked on 2014 movies Fury, starring Brad Pitt, and Sabotage, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

RUSSIA TODAY: THE 'PROPAGANDA BULLHORN' FOUNDED BY LESIN The idea for Russia Today (RT) was conceived by Mikhail Lesin as the Russian government sought to improve the public image of the country.

Before its conception in 2005, the head of the RIA Novosti news agency Svetlana Mironyuk said Russia was only known for 'communism, snow and poverty'.

Some would argue RT has done little to change that, with most of the West seeing the state-funded television network as a media arm for the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin.

During the conflict between Russia and Georgia in 2008, RT named Georgia as the aggressor, despite Russia invading parts of Georgia, which had merely defended itself against attack from the separatist governments of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

The channel caused consternation in the US in 2010 when it released controversial adverts showing President Barack Obama merging into Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

It was captioned 'Who poses the greatest nuclear threat?' and subsequently banned in US airports, while a similar advert showing a soldier merging into a Taliban fighter causing similar uproar.

In 2012 RT's website was hacked by a group called Antileaks, believed to be because of Wikileaks chief Julian Assange backing of the channel or because of the jailing of protest group Pussy Riot.

Secretary of State John Kerry has referred to Russia Today, often shortened to RT, as a 'propaganda bullhorn'.

Following the crisis in Ukraine, Kerry said: 'Russia Today network has deployed to promote president Putin's fantasy about what is playing out on the ground.

'They almost spend full-time devoted to this effort, to propagandize, and to distort what is happening or not happening in Ukraine.'

Even Vladimir Putin has admitted RT is biased, saying: 'Certainly the channel is funded by the government, so it cannot help but reflect the Russian government's official position on the events in our country and in the rest of the world one way or another.

'But I'd like to underline again that we never intended this channel, RT, as any kind of apologetics for the Russian political line, whether domestic or foreign.'"

"Trudeau has green light to tackle climate change: Editorial 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has enough political capital to lobby the provinces for carbon-pricing policies that are high enough to have a measurable impact. 
JUSTIN TANG / THE CANADIAN PRESS New Liberal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna should waste no time in tackling climate. Published on Mon Nov 09 2015 It's safe to say that Canadians didn't sweep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals into office on the strength of their climate policy. 

Their green agenda was long on good intentions and short on specifics. But still, expectations are high.

Sadly, the Liberals have been skittish about pushing the issue since they were burned in the 2008 federal election by Stéphane Dion's poorly marketed Green Shift strategy, with its $15-billion-a-year carbon tax. While credible and forward-looking, it was a complex plan that the Conservatives panned as a "green shaft," and voters found hard to understand.

But times change. Today, Canadians are better-versed on the threat global warming poses, and the need to arrest a dangerous rise in the Earth's temperature. Quebec and Ontario are collaborating to tamp down carbon output. Polls confirm that people want real federal leadership. And they say they are prepared to pay more for gas and home heating to promote a greener economy.

All this gives Trudeau and his team — including environment and climate change minister Catherine McKenna, foreign affairs minister Dion and natural resources minister James Carr — plenty of social licence to flesh out a bolder policy.

Trudeau has already announced his plans to attend the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11, to signal how serious he is about tackling the issue. The conference will try to agree on a legally binding, universal agreement to restrain global warming. Canada's target is to cut carbon emissions by 30 per cent by 2030, from their 2005 level. But there's no plan to deliver.

Trudeau has promised to provide "national leadership" after a decade of Tory foot-dragging, by partnering with the provinces to establish a "pan-Canadian framework" to establish emissions targets within 90 days of the Paris conference. That framework will encompass provincial carbon pricing policies. He also promises to invest in green infrastructure and clean technologies and to phase out fossil fuel subsidies.

Those targets should be ambitious, pricing should be robust and the funding generous.

Certainly, Trudeau has sufficient political capital to lobby the provinces for carbon-pricing policies that are high enough to have a measurable impact.

A new poll by Nanos Research reports that fully 78 per cent of Canadians want Ottawa to play a leadership role in reducing greenhouse gases. And 64 per cent would accept higher taxes on gasoline, natural gas and heating oil to cut emissions, if the revenue is used to support a greener economy. Fickle as public opinion can be, that’s a higher level of support than past polls have found.

Moreover, the Liberal premiers of Canada's two biggest provinces, Ontario and Quebec, have agreed to work together to curb emissions. Premier Kathleen Wynne has opted for Quebec’s cap-and-trade carbon-pricing system. When Ontario is fully on board more than half the nation's output will be covered. But Quebec's current carbon price is $12 a tonne, too low to have more than a modest positive impact. British Columbia's $30 carbon tax is a more effective price point to reduce demand.

Trudeau's new cabinet committee on "environment, climate change and energy," headed by Dion, needs to set the bar higher as Ottawa works with the provinces to strike a better, more climate-friendly balance between developing oil and gas reserves, and protecting the environment.

The team has a green light to go greener. It should step lively."

"What James Bond Mythology Tells Us About Spectre 
By Melissa Unger 
"You came across me so many times, but you never saw me," Christoph Waltz remarks in James Bond's latest film, Spectre. Waltz's character, Oberhauser, lives in the shadows, and if Waltz is asked about the mystery that surrounds him or Spectre (the evil organization he controls), he won’t give a straight answer (trust us, we've tried). Waltz won't even acknowledge that his character is a villain, even though he is the villain of all villains in James Bond's mythology. Sorry Goldfinger, but 007 has the longest history of clashing with Spectre. At long last, this film marks the return of this oh-so-secretive evil organization, which has been absent for several decades from Bond's films due to a legal struggle for rights between MGM and holding company Danjaq. After digging into James Bond’s mythology, let's see what it can tell us about the current film Spectre. Also, we chat with Daniel Craig and Christoph Waltz about its future within the film series. 

Spectre originally stood for Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion, and it is Bond's greatest adversary. Its strength relies on its members' absolute loyalty and success, where the price for failure is death via brutal means. This international terrorist organization is not aligned to any nation or political ideology. Through its various schemes it aims to create conflict among the powers that be, in the hopes of gaining control, power and influence – so Spectre would work with both sides in a world conflict. From its humble beginnings as a ring of criminals in Ian Fleming's novels, this group grows into a vast international commercial enterprise with its own island and even training facility. This organization makes its first appearance in the novel Thunderball and then in the movie Dr. No.

Spectre may cause a continuity problem for Daniel Craig's Bond, since his Bond encounters only the evil organization known as Quantum. However, this film features Mr. White, the Quantum representative from Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, pointing to a possible connection between Quantum and Spectre. Maybe Quantum is a partner or division of Spectre. When Screen Rant visited the Spectre set earlier this year, the film's producers stayed mum on any official word, but hinted at a connection. "We try to get the right blend of classic Bond with a contemporary twist and come up with new storylines," Barbara Broccoli told us.

Spectre's founder and ruthless leader, referred to by his rank as "Number 1," is Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Blofeld is a criminal mastermind and primary antagonist and archenemy of 007. Created by Ian Fleming for Thunderball and expanded on by screenwriter Kevin McClory, this evil genius is cruel and unforgiving. As the chief of Spectre, he does not tolerate much; death is his punishment for failure and betrayal. This meticulous cat lover has formidable intellect driven by monetary gain. He is not insane, but certainly lacks a conscience and one could argue a heart or soul. 

A notable presence in the Bond films, Blofeld first appeared in 1963's From Russia with Love and then in 1965's Thunderball. During a twenty year span, he shows up in five more Bond films. Blofeld may have met his demise in For Your Eyes Only, when an unnamed character resembling Blofeld dies, but for legal reasons the name "Blofeld" could not be used. 

While Blofeld's background is not mentioned in the Bond films, Fleming reveals a few details in his novel "Thunderball" about this mastermind. For one, Fleming and the fictional Blofeld share the same birthday: May 28th 1908. Moreover, Fleming reveals that Blofeld was born in Poland to a Ernst George Blofeld and Maria Stavro Michelopoulos. Fleming initially envisioned Blofeld as a massively built man with black hair and eyes, but as Blofeld's desire for anonymity grew his appearance began to change in the novels.

In the Bond films, Blofeld’s personality traits and appearance tend to change often. They typically conform to the actor who is playing him. This fits with Fleming’s literary interpretation of the character, who cherishes his anonymity and will do anything, like extreme surgery, to preserve it. He has been portrayed by a variety of actors: Donald Pleasence, Telly Savalas, Charles Gray, Max von Sydow and now Christoph Waltz. Nevertheless, there are staples of this character like his outfits. He often dons a Nehru style jacket or a Mao-like suit. Of course, there is his trademark ring and cat that he loves to pet.

True to the ever-changing and secretive Blofeld, Waltz steps into the role of supreme Spectre leader and Bond’s ultimate nemesis. Though the film only appears to list Waltz’s character as Franz Oberhauser, the primary villain and leader of Spectre, all clues point to a connection between Oberhauser and Blofeld. With Waltz rocking Blofeld’s trademark jacket, it would seem that these two might be one and the same, though you’ll have to see the movie for yourself to find out. When we chatted with Waltz, we had to get what we could out of him about his juicy character. The leader of Spectre, aka Blofeld, is the villain with the most appearances in the Bond films. So, will Waltz as the leader of Spectre be back for another film? He remarked, “Let’s finish this one first. It is really not a topic at this moment at all.” We pressed him further and he added, “I love playing the one [character in the film] I played. That doesn’t mean one bit that I would love playing something in the future. Let’s see what it is first."

"8(a) Business Development Program[edit] 
The 8(a) Business Development Program assists in the development of small businesses owned and operated by individuals who are socially and economically disadvantaged, such as women and minorities. The following ethnic groups are classified as eligible: Black Americans; Hispanic Americans; Native Americans (American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, or Native Hawaiians); Asian Pacific Americans (persons with origins from Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Japan [Mineta interned in WWII], China (including Hong Kong), Taiwan, Laos, Cambodia (Kampuchea), Vietnam, Korea, The Philippines, U.S. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Republic of Palau), Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Samoa, Macao, Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu, or Nauru); Subcontinent Asian Americans (persons with origins from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives Islands or Nepal). In 2011, the SBA, along with the FBI and the IRS, uncovered a massive scheme to defraud this program. Civilian employees of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, working in concert with an employee of Alaska Native Corporation Eyak Technology LLC allegedly submitted fraudulent bills to the program, totaling over 20 million dollars, and kept the money for their own use.[26] It also alleged that the group planned to steer a further 780 million dollars towards their favored contractor.[27]"

"Canada 2020 and the New Malthusian Takeover of Canada 
Matthew Ehret / March 12, 2014 
By Matthew Ehret-Kump 
Today, the Canadian political landscape is being remoulded by a grouping of British agents who seek to accomplish an overhaul of the Liberal Party structure in line with the reform conducted 54 years ago with the British-run ouster of the "continentalist" liberals of C.D. Howe and Prime Minister St. Laurent during the interim period of 1957-1963.

This 1957-1963 destruction of the once pro-development spirit of the Liberal Party of Canada was replaced by a Fabian Society/Rhodes Scholar-run instrument of technocratic fascism culminating in the 1968-72 revolution in cybernetic affairs early on in the mandate of Pierre Elliot Trudeau. This federal "Quiet Revolution" put a complete halt to scientific and technological progress and ushered in the green destruction of the pro-development orientation that had hitherto dominated top down policy making and mass popular consciousness in Canada and replaced it with a new oligarchical system of control in government based on Trudeau's commitment to Cybernetics and Systems Analysis. In fact, as Julian Huxley outlined over 20 years earlier, Cybernetics and Systems Analysis-thinking would be the tools selected to repackage "Eugenics" and "Malthusianism" under new names."

"Serco supported the AFSCN communications support squadron in partnering with military and government contractors to supervise an Air Force Satellite Control Network test effort at Oakhanger, United Kingdom. Their innovative test procedures and creative solutions provided a viable implementation plan designed to improve communications capability .. The team's outstanding support and will bring new capabilities and enhanced services to our critical warfighting mission." - Maj Gen Dale W. Meyerrose, Air Force Space Command Director of Communications and Information"

"Elitist Socialist-Capitalist Syntheses

Not only is Fabian and Frankfurt School socialism different from Marxist socialism by explicit strategy (gradualism versus violent revolution), this socialism is also different by source of revolutionary potential: Fabians focus on the elites, and cultural Marxists on subalterns, rather than the proletarians (working classes). Bolshevism, Fabianism, and cultural Marxism can be considered as elite forms of socialism, whether in intellectual, political, cultural, or economic terms. As they no longer focus on the working classes they are bourgeois revolutionary theories rather than a proletarian revolutionary movement. They are revolutions from above, not below; they are not grassroots or democratic; they are plutocratic, oligarchic, and dictatorial. These socialist intellectuals "march through the institutions" to effect a "gradual" revolution from above and are sponsored by the capitalist forces they supposedly oppose. According to Bolton, the "[s]trategy of international oligarchy is dialectics: the conflict of opposing forces that generates a synthesis. This dialectical method … [explains] why the oligarchy so often seems to be backing opposite ideologies, governments and policies" and "The oligarchs…apparently operate on the dialectical premise that what will result from their 'controlled conflict' will be a socialist-capitalist synthesis which we might call the 'World Collectivist State'; a world order that will be communistic in organisation but run by oligarchs rather than commissars".28

Another way of looking at this is "Third Way" economics, such as advocated by Fabian PMs Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, and the UK Fabian Labour government. This is an attempt to reconcile left and right wing politics through a synthesis of right-wing economic policies i.e. capitalism and left-wing socialpolicies i.e. socialism.

Multiculturalism and World Governance

The "permeation" and "long march" of Fabianism and cultural Marxism continues today in the policies of multiculturalism and mass-immigration. For example, a prominent Canadian intellectual and Queens University scholar of multiculturalism, William Kymlicka, writes that "there was a deep institutional embedding of multiculturalism" in Canada.29 Multiculturalism, initiated in the federal statement of multiculturalism in 1971 by PM Pierre Trudeau, was gradually implemented, step-by-step, in what Kymlicka and his colleague Keith Banting explicitly refer to (without citing) as part of the "long march through the institutions at all levels of Canadian society" (my emphasis).30

In fact, according to Hugh Donald Forbes, political economy professor at the University of Toronto, Pierre Trudeau considered multiculturalism "a big political experiment" that had as its "aim" the testing and refinement of "a theory of how to overcome national or ethnic conflict". This experiment involved the mixing of:

the populations of existing states even further, with a view to ultimately separating state and nation altogether, thus undermining the psychological basis for an intense and exclusive state patriotism and preparing the way for the necessary transition to a world of semi-sovereign states (or provinces) under some form of global governance.31"

"EPC is owned by the Cabinet Office and managed on their behalf by Serco Ltd - See more at: …. Simulation and Media Support The method of delivering an exercise is flexible and will be designed with the client to meet their requirements with options ranging from simple paper-based delivery through to full use of their real communications systems and advance computer simulation. In addition, media play can also be added in the form of news injects and the provision of experienced journalists and television crews to help test procedures and also assist in training key staff."

"In 1900 the Society produced Fabianism and the Empire, the first statement of its views on foreign affairs, drafted by Bernard Shaw and incorporating the suggestions of 150 Fabian members. It was directed against the liberal individualism of those such as John Morley and Sir William Harcourt.[17] It claimed that the classical liberal political economy was outdated, and that imperialism was the new stage of the international polity. The question was whether Britain would be the centre of a world empire or whether it would lose its colonies and end up as just two islands in the North Atlantic. It expressed support for Britain in the Boer War because small nations, such as theBoers, were anachronisms in the age of empires.[17] In order to hold onto the Empire, the British needed to fully exploit the trade opportunities secured by war; maintain the British armed forces in a high state of readiness to defend the Empire; the creation of a citizen army to replace the professional army; the Factory Acts would be amended to extend to 21 the age for half-time employment, so that the thirty hours gained would be used in "a combination of physical exercises, technical education, education in civil citizenship...and field training in the use of modern weapons".[18]"

"The Fabian Society founded the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1895 "for the betterment of society," now one of the leading institutions in the world, an incubator of influential politicians, economists, journalists, prime ministers and liberal billionaires.

Today, the society functions primarily as a think tank and is one of 15 socialist societies affiliated with the Labour Party. Similar societies exist in Australia (the Australian Fabian Society), in Canada (the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation and the now disbanded League for Social Reconstruction), in Sicily (Sicilian Fabian Society) and in New Zealand."

"[Fabian co-founder] Henry Havelock Ellis, known as Havelock Ellis (2 February 1859 – 8 July 1939), was an English physician, writer, Progressive intellectual and social reformer who studied human sexuality. He was co-author of the first medical textbook in English on homosexuality in 1897, and also published works on a variety of sexual practices and inclinations, including transgender psychology. He is credited with introducing the notions of narcissism and autoeroticism, later adopted by psychoanalysis. He served as president of the Galton Institute and, like many intellectuals of his era, supported eugenics.[1] …. Ellis was a supporter of eugenics, in line with many others of that era. He served as vice-president to the Eugenics Education Society and wrote on the subject, among others, in The Task of Social Hygiene: Eventually, it seems evident, a general system, whether private or public, whereby all personal facts, biological and mental, normal and morbid, are duly and systematically registered, must become inevitable if we are to have a real guide as to those persons who are most fit, or most unfit to carry on the race.

The superficially sympathetic man flings a coin to the beggar; the more deeply sympathetic man builds an almshouse for him so he need no longer beg; but perhaps the most radically sympathetic of all is the man who arranges that the beggar shall not be born.

Ellis resigned from his position of Fellow of the Eugenics Society over their stance on sterilization in January 1931.[10]"

In the Middle East, the theories of Fabian Society intellectual movement of early-20th-century Britain [and Pierre Trudeau] inspired the Ba'athist vision. The Middle East adaptation of Fabian socialism led the state to control big industry, transport, banks, internal and external trade. The state would direct the course of economic development, with the ultimate aim to provide a guaranteed minimum standard of living for all.[25] Michel Aflaq, widely considered as the founder of the Ba'athist movement, was a Fabian socialist. Aflaq's ideas, with those of Salah al-Din al-Bitar and Zaki al-Arsuzi, came to fruition in the Arab world in the form of dictatorial regimes in Iraq and Syria.[26] Salāmah Mūsā of Egypt, another prominent champion of Arab Socialism, was a keen adherent of Fabian Society, and a member since 1909.[27]"

"NVC Contract Award. On January 31, 2006, in a re-competition for our expiring National [Sceptre] Visa Center, or NVC, contract, we [Serco] were awarded the successor contract for the NVC contract by the Department of State. Under the contract, we anticipate performing over 20 million immigrant visa transactions each year at the NVC in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and at the Kentucky Consular Center in Williamsburg, Kentucky. The prime contract has a one-year base period and four one-year options with a potential value of approximately $84 million, inclusive of the options. The prior NVC contract generated 9.1% of our total revenues in fiscal 2005 and 9.2% of our total revenues in fiscal 2004."

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

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Who's visiting Abel Danger
view a larger version of the map below at