Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Field McConnell & David Hawkins: Transcript—17 March 2010 Hour 2

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Hawkins/McConnell Interview with Rayelan Allan on Rumor Mill News
March 17, 2010 – Part 2 (Hour 2)

Note: This transcript begins exactly 3:01 minutes into this segment of the interview.

David Hawkins: What I thought I may do today with Field and you is hypothesize that we’re going into a war game and the second hour, where I’ll play the part of the people who took control of the skies over the United States on nine-one-one, and Field can tell us whether he’d like to be ah, a fighter pilot with the Happy Hooligans trying to make sense out of this mess, or perhaps better yet, he could play two roles, a fighter pilot in the war game, and ah, for example pick one of the planes.

Perhaps I could suggest flight seventy-seven where Chic Burlingame was flying, wherever he was flying, and was turned around and was flown towards the Pentagon and in theory took out the Pentagon. And perhaps we could identify who would have the command and control facilities to jump into the air traffic control system of the United States Air Force and Federal Aviation Administration on nine-one-one and jump out again without leaving a trace.

Rayelan Allan: That would be very interesting to find out.

David: So I’ll take on Field head-to-head and I’ll show that I can actually have Field, whether he likes it or not, when he’s playing the role of either the jet fighter pilot, or the large commercial jet pilot, I can take him for lunch and he can do nothing about it.

Field McConnell: Well, you can take me to lunch and I’ll give you the bill.

David: *laugh*

Rayelan: Oh that’s a great idea [what, lunch or flying an airplane?] but ah, ah Field, the moment David came on we went to number two, in the…

David: We mean we went down or we went up? *laugh*

Rayelan: Oh, we went up, we were at number five and the minute you come on ah, we go to number two, but that also means Rush Limbaugh left [thank God, hey?] so I’m not quite sure if it’s you. Rush’s audience [why do I always associate audience with entertainment] trying to find someone else interesting to listen to and hopefully they did find us with all…

David: Well, personally, I leave, I leave my ego at the door, but what I want to be able to show, or demonstrate is that a hostile force, partly outside your country and partly inside your country was able [no inference with ‘Abel’ either] to clear the skies on nine-one-one and take out your principal command centers, kill nearly three-thousand of your citizens and divert you into a wild goose chase hunting ah, a couple of jokers in a cave in Afghanistan.

Rayelan: Right.

Field: And David, let me break in here and suggest the parts that I’d like to play would be; I would like to be the captain of flight seventy-seven, which is Chic Burlingame, my college classmate and ah, I’d also like to play the part of ah, Mike Papa Zero One, which would be the flight lead of the three f sixteen’s that took off from Langley Air Force Base at nine fifty-two in the morning on nine-eleven because those f sixteen’s are from my old National Guard Unit. And had they had a more experienced flight leader things would have worked out a little bit differently.

David: Okay, shall we roll?

Rayelan: Yes, why don’t you guys…

Field: I’ve been waitin’ on you. I’ve been waiting for hours.

Rayelan: Yes, let’s get this show on the road.

David: *laugh* Okay, let’s go back to the first and second of June of two-thousand and one to a war game called Amalgam Virgo, where the Canadians ahm, were attacking the United States in a war game which would have a different script. Basically, there were two games a year going back to nineteen forty-seven, so anyone who wanted to catch the United States off guard, would know that the way to catch them off guard was to get inside the war game and look as though you were part of the legitimate ah, either the attacking team or the defending team, and then suddenly turn he tables suddenly without notice on the assumption the Americans would trust the Canadians and trust the Brits and trust the Australians [if you want loyalty buy a dog] for that matter, or trust NATO to be their allies rather than their enemies. I think that would be a fair position.

So, in the fighter flow diagram for Amalgam Virgo we noticed that ahm, there was a preliminary period where Canadian cf eighteen’s came down from Baggotville in Quebec and engaged in ah, I think it’s called ‘dissimilar – dissimilar air combat training?’ Is that right, Field?

Field: Yes, and it’s abbreviated DACT and so if you were going to hang around an officers club or bar where pilot – where pilots hang out, you would hear them talking about ACT and DACT. And ACT is Air Combat Training ah, or Air Combat Tactics among similar aircraft. In other words, if you had two f sixteen’s against four f sixteen’s you’d have ACT and if you had two f sixteen’s against four f fifteen’s or f twenty-two’s you’d have DACT. So I think everyone is clear on that now.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: Right, so, now remember, I am – you don’t know who I am, I mean, you know I’m David Hawkins, you don’t know who – which roll I’m playing but I can tell you the roll I am playing is the roll of a citizen of the United Kingdom.

Field: Okay.

David: Now, and that’s for real. So, I happen to know that Field McConnell fancies himself as a fighter pilot and this is the first and second of June of two-thousand and one, and I happen to know because I have extremely good intelligence, where all the best fighter pilots are and what their preferred strategy to defend the United States in a war game might be. Because remember, in a war game I’m trying to defeat the likes of Field McConnell who I know is a top gun fighter pilot, right?

Rayelan: Right.

Field: Okay, but hang on a minute. In the interest of fairness, I gotta tell ya, my job is to protect a given geographical piece of real estate for a, for a ah, assigned period of time called a ‘vulnebility – vulnerability period’, and so because I’ve read the briefing guide and because I’ve studied up on the tactics of weasels like you with a cheesy British accent…

David: *laugh*

Field: …I am going to die before I let any unknown flying object cross the FEBA, which is the Forward Edge of the Battle Area during my liability period. And so you’re either going to get shot down or going to be turned around or I’m going to die trying.

David: Yeah, but you see, remember what you told me Field, “You never do the expected in a fight because you’re going to lose.” You taught me that, right?

Field: I didn’t, I didn’t come up with that. That was taught to me in a book. I’m not in the chat room now so I won’t now if anybody gets this, but there’s a wonderful book called American Aces. It’s about ah, it’s ten or twelve biographies of some of the most potent – great word huh, potent – some of the most potent fighter pilots of world war two and one of those ten or twelve gentlemen said that what he did that worked for his ah, that ah, he was trying to be humble and say he was nothing special, he was just doing things a different way. And what he always did ah, was try to make himself as unpredictable as possible, and so to just demonstrate that to the man with the cheesy accent if do some out of the box unpredictable activity, what I would do is a take my four f sixteen’s and I would deploy them two hours before the vulnerability period and I’d stick two of them over Montreal’s airport and I’d stick the other two over Gatonaugh [don't know the spelling], Quebec and I would sit there at three thousand feet in a holding pattern just watching.

David: Okay, well alright, I know what your plans are, but you think you know what my plans are and I don’t think you do, or at least, if I think you know what my plans are I’m going to change them without notice to you. Anyway, let’s. lets backup, we want to stay on the first and second of June of two-thousand and one. There is a period of dissimilar air combat training where Canadian – are they f eighteen’s, Field?

Field: Yeah, cf eighteen’s.

David: cf eighteen’s are coming down from Bagotville, Quebec to engage in dissimilar air combat training with f sixteen’s, is that right?

Field: Yup, that sounds good.

David: So the Americans – the Americans are flying the f sixteen’s and the Canadians are flying the ah, cf eighteen’s and there’s a period of dissimilar air combat training and then there’s a period, a very interesting period, labeled on the fighter flow diagram of thirty hours of what they call ‘blue air time’, right? Where according to that, there is every indication the United States Air Force has been stood down.

Field: And stood down be an agreement the general, the Air Force general whose name I believe was Myer and the Canadian general whose name was ah, Maurice Baril, and it was by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs whose name is Henry Shelton. And he was absent from the country on nine-eleven as were Al Gore and Bill Clinton.

David: Yeah, but remember, we’re, - Field, we’re still on the first and second of June, we’re doing the Amalgam Virgo war game where my intention, me with my cheesy British accent, and having certain information that you may not have, is what I want to do on the war game, the war game Amalgam Virgo on June the first and second of two-thousand and one, is to let you think you win.

Field: Okay.

David: You see, this is very important because I want – in the next war game which is going to come on September eleventh of two-thousand and one, I want the American Air Force pilots ah, to think they won in the preceding war game. Do you see why that’s important, Rayelan?

Rayelan: I do, I do.

David: Because if they think they won the last time they’ll think they’re going to win this time. But I’m going to change some of the parameters, now, on that war game of June second and third of two-thousand and one, what I think the guy with the cheesy British accent sitting at some very powerful computers in the United Kingdom was doing, was hoping he could see under what circumstances the United States Air Force would be – would accept being stood down. Because what he was going to do then was to insert some virtual targets, or spoofing, into the air traffic control systems of the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Air Force to make them think on the big day, which was September the eleventh, that there were some hazards that would allow them, or would make them accept to go on different maneuvers than they would normally accept. Are you with me?

Field: I’m with you, but just let me interject a piece of historical fact. You’re talking about practicing a war game and then changing the rules engagement, correct?

David: Yes.

Field: That’s exactly what happened because I believe the date, and this is something that you can find in the briefing ah, document I believe, but a three star Navy Admiral from my college class at Annapolis in seventy-one, whose name was Steve, excuse me, Frye, Scott Frye, he actually signed off on a complete wholesale change of the rules of engagement for air intercept activity, and that change of rules of engagement was foisted on the Air Force, Navy, the Marine Corp ah, and the Air National Guard who operate all fighter-type aircraft and I, I smelled the big rat back then and I smell a bigger rat now. Because it’s actually the Air Force that is the major ah, contributor to NORAD, and so what in the world is the United States Navy doing dictating to the Air Force intercept strategy, but go ahead Mr. Cheese.

David: *laugh*

Rayelan: We’re going to be going to break in just a moment ah, I thought that I could hear the music, but I must have been hearing things as ah, let’s kind of sum up this part of what you’ve been talking about and we’ll take it up on the other side of the break, how’s that sound?

David: Okay, there is a war game on the first and second of two-thousand and one with a ah, with a thirty hour blue air period where I believe we’re rehearsing the nine-one-one attack and getting the United States Air Force lulled into a false sense of security.


David: So I’m head of the red team, the attack team, which is engaged in an exercise with the blue team, the defense team of the United States and I have, or someone I know, has written a script which is going to test the ability of the United States Air Force and other defense forces, including rapid response at the Federal Aviation Administration, to an emergency scenario and they, that is Field and his colleagues do not know what that scenario is, obviously because the idea of ah, testing your ability to respond to something unknown, and it has to be unknown. So, all that Field knows is that there is a war game, there’s a thirty hour stand down where ah, something is going to be tested, and we think what is being tested is the software that is in the MET Office ah, computers in the United Kingdom which simulates for example, a volcanic ash eruption which is a hazard to aircraft. So what we can do ah, and again remember, I’m head of the red attack team, what we can do is insert a hazard, which may be real, i.e., a volcano might have gone off, or it could be virtual, i.e., that was simulating it and we want to see to what extend the United States Air Force and ALPA pilots will obey our instructions to avoid these volcanic ash clouds.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: You happy with that so far, Field?


David: Have we lost him?

Rayelan: Field, are you still there? Oh my gosh, we’ve lost him.

David: I’ll have to, I’ll have to run on then, you know, without Field and hopefully he’ll get back on.

Rayelan: Yeah.

David: Okay, so what I plan to do in the war game on the first and second of two-thousand and one, is I’m going to stand down the American Air Force, but I’m not going to insert this layer of virtual volcanic ash because I don’t want them to know how to respond to that particular hazard. Because I’m reserving that for nine-eleven, right?

Rayelan: Right.

David: So all I want the American Air Force to do, is stand down and then see if the passenger jets flown by ALPA pilots, and Field was one, well, I guess he’s still a lifetime member of ALPA which is the Airline Pilots Association.

Rayelan: Right.

David: I want to see if they respond to my commands out of the United Kingdom to avoid certain hazards. So on the ah, on that first and second ah, of June war game, what I would have been able to do is get the American pilots of the united States Air Force to stand down and the passenger airline pilots to obey my commands to follow my commands of various kinds of ah, ah, maneuvers.

Rayelan: Right.

David: And why not? Because after all, they trust this ah, MET Office. And just to give you a an idea of how long this has been going on, the MET Office in the United Kingdom was established in eighteen fifty-four.

Rayelan: Oh my gosh.

David: Right, and it was a department within the Board of Trade under Robert Fitzroy, and it was a service to mariners.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: And the loss of the passengers of the Royal Charter and four-hundred and fifty-nine lives off the coast of *garbled* in a *garbled* storm led to the first gale warning service. In eighteen sixty-one, Fitzroy had fifteen coastal stations ah, the electric telegraph in the eighteen seventies led to the more rapid dissemination of warnings.

Rayelan: Right.

David: And basically, in eighteen seventy-nine, the MET Office started offering forecasts and newspapers. Now, let’s jump over to Chicago. In Chicago ahm, in eighteen seventy-one, the Sidley Austin Law firm had already been in business with working with the major insurer at the time, Equitable Life. And Thomas Courtenay, the guy who invented the coal bomb for the civil war?

Rayelan: Right.

David: In eighteen sixty-seven, he went to the United Kingdom and he tried to sell the patent for his coal bomb to the War Office and he stayed there three years.

Rayelan: Ahuh.

David: The war office said to this guy Courtenay, “Unless you show us how to build this bomb, we don’t know that its buildable, we’re not going to buy it”, right? He came back to the United States, but he left his agents in the United States – United Kingdom, and in eighteen sixty-seven, or eighteen-seventy, Lloyd’s of London which is the world’s largest insurance organization?

Rayelan: yes.

David: Began to notice that ship owners were taking there ah, ships to some remote part of the ah, world, and blowing them up and claiming the insurance.

Rayelan: Oh my.

David: And they were being positioned, we believe, by the United Kingdom MET Office. Insiders who would claim a percentage of the insurance claim. So it was a fraud. So what we’re saying is, the idea of blowing up vessels was already matured during the civil war because Thomas Courtenay was doing it, in fact, he blew up the USS Savannah. I think killed two-thousand prisoners of war.

Rayelan: Right, terrific.

David: Right, so the outcome of the civil war was already involving links between, we think the United Kingdom, and various corrupt agents in Montreal and in America to try and destroy the federation.

Rayelan: And who do you…

David: They’re still doing it.

Rayelan: Who do you think – yes, I know they’re still doing it, but who do you think was behind it?

David: Well, I think the people behind the UK MET Office are behind it. Because…

Rayelan: But who are they taking their orders from?

David: Well, we’re going to come to that. That’s, that’s me, because remember, I’m the head of the red team.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Right?

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Following the first world war, the MET Office in the United Kingdom became part of the Air Ministry in nineteen-twenty. Now, during world war two, the MET Office was taking input from the, I believe it’s the United States Army Air Force, the USAAF? And the British Royal Navy and various other field observations and it had enough power to delay the D-Day by one day because the people at the MET Office told Eisenhower that the weather was not suitable.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: So you can already see the immense power of the MET Office because they are already receiving from a global set of stations, all the information necessary to predict what the weather would be like in any particular battle scene. And if the visibility is bad for example, you don’t go in for high level bombing because the pilots can’t see the target.


Rayelan: Today we are going to practice – how should we put it, David? We’re going to be practicing what?

David: Well, it’s ah, ah, a virtual weather simulation for a war game. I want to trick, remember, I’m playing the red team captain’s role and my objective is to destroy strategic command centers in the United States in the war game, and I’ve been doing that, or it has been done, for – since nineteen forty-seven, two years after the end of the second world war.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: The objective is to test the American’s ability to defend against a surprise attack, right?

Rayelan: Right.

David: So this gives me the opportunity as the attack team to develop scenarios where I can determine whether or not the Americans are actually prepared to defend a particular kind of attack I select.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Now the Americans think that I’m an ally, but I’m not, I’m really out to destroy you.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Right, but because I’m a Brit, you know, this is a hypothetical role and the Americans and the British fought together in the first world war and the second world war, and the soldiers fought very bravely shoul – shoulder-to-shoulder in many situations to preserve freedom, but you’re assuming that the command structure in the United Kingdom is friendly to you. And I’m telling you it’s not.

Rayelan: Yes.

David: Right, anyway, going back to that first and second of two-thousand and one, the Americans will be trusting the output from the MET Office in the U – in the United Kingdom which comes from all over the world, and probably the MET Office in the United Kingdom has the greatest continued experience at predicting the weather. And they are equipped with two huge Cray computers, super computers that are amongst the most powerful in the world. And they provide information, and a lot of the information you see on your ah, local television channels where –

*sudden board voice *

David: Hello?

Rayelan: Field, are you on? Okay, no, no, I’m trying to tell the board ah, ah, master that Field isn’t on.

David: Alright, okay, I just sent him an email to try and find out where he went, but anyway, he’s probably trying to get on.

Rayelan: Yeah.

David: Okay, so let’s, let’s go to ah, back a bit, or up a bit, to Hurricane Katrina.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: When you saw in the United States the predicted path of Hurricane Katrina, and it was shown as moving towards New Orleans, I’m suggesting to you that that path was a fraud.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: That the MET Office was using its Cray computers, which are called algorithms which are computer programs calculate a path that gave a false impression to America about the danger of Hurricane Katrina.

Rayelan: Yes.

David: Now, you can see from a insurance point of view, it gives the MET Office a huge conflict of interest because if it says to the insurance market that Hurricane Katrina is going to miss New Orleans by an enormous amount, then people will invest in what’s called a ‘catastrophe bond’ because they don’t think the Hurricane Katrina is going to effect New Orleans.

Rayelan: Yes, that’s true.

David: Right, so I’m suggesting to you investors in the international insurance industry were shown a different picture from what the public were shown…

Rayelan: Yes.

David: …i.e., the computers at the MET Office, myself as the bad guy – I’m not telling you who I am, but I will – I’ll come to that. Ah, there’s another group of people who might have a different interest in where Hurricane Katrina goes, which is connected with organized crime out of Chicago.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: And they want to launder money.

Rayelan: They’ve got them all insured don’t they?

David: Well, this comes back to this catastrophe bond which we explained a few weeks ago. The idea is if you sponsor a catastrophe bond like Hurricane Katrina hitting New Orleans and causing a fifteen foot flood, you want to be protected against such a catastrophe. So you bought let’s say, fifty or a hundred million dollars into the pot like Sidley Austin.

Rayelan: Right.

David: So the Sidley Austin law firm in Chicago holds two lots of money, it holds fifty billion dollars from investors that don’t believe Hurricane Katrina is going to go over the top of New Orleans and cause a fifteen foot flood.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: And let’s say fifteen million dollars from the sponsors of the cat bond, who do believe the hurricane is going to go over the top of New Orleans and they want to protect themselves against a fifteen foot flood.

Rayelan: Right.

David: Is that clear?

Rayelan: Well, it is to me. I hoping it is to everyone…

David: If both of those parties are looking at, we allege a different image from the computers in the UK…

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: …because what the fraudsters want to do is trick the investors in putting a lot of money into something that they don’t think is going to happen, or what they want the sponsors to do is put a lot of money into something they do think is going to happen.

Rayelan: Right.

David: Now what that is called is ‘arbitrage’, it means, you basically, the people who are holding the money, they’re going to make money either way, because whether the money goes from the investors to the sponsors or the sponsors to the investors, the law firm that is acting as a trustee for that cat bond…

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: …is going to take a percentage. That’s what lawyers do.

Rayelan: Right, right.

David: And what we’re saying is, that law firm, Sidley Austin in Chicago, has got an inside link to the computers at the MET Office and is going to work the angles to keep that gap between the investors and the sponsors nice and wide so there’s a lot of money to be made either way. Now what happened with Hurricane Katrina is, it went past New Orleans eighty miles to the east. There was no problem at all until they hired saboteurs and blew up the levies.

Rayelan: Yes, and I told people the very day that that levy was blown. And it wasn’t until a year later that people started agreeing with me.

David: Right, now going back to the MET Office, what the MET Office became in nineteen ninety-six ahm, is a trading arm of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense.

Rayelan: Huh.

David: Now, what we’re doing here, I think they corruptly – they corrupted the MET Office and started extorting the scientists at the MET Office into producing essentially, or triggering these catastrophe bonds and taking a percentage into their pension funds.

Rayelan: Oh my gosh.

David: Now the point is the American victim ah, pension fund, it might be the, the New Orleans Fire Fighters Pension Fund.

Rayelan: Mhm, mhm.

David: Right? It could be the Louisiana State Employees Retirement System. Now what these people are doing, probably – I think you were a teacher in California is that right, Rayelan?

Rayelan: That’s correct.

David: Okay, you would probably therefore be a member of the California Employees Retirement System.

Rayelan: That’s correct.

David: Right, but you don’t know what is being done with your pension fund.

Rayelan: And that is correct.

David: And that’s the key you see, because if you let…

Rayelan: But you see, we do know, because the teachers were told that for the first time ever in the history of this union ah, the keepers of it, the trustees of it, shows to invested in ahm, stocks and commodities that were, were, iffy, before it had been in long time money-making stocks and, and bonds, and they lost so much money for us…

David: And that’s because the trustees for the California Public Employees Retirement System, will have placed that money, we allege, in the losing side of a catastrophe bond operated by the MET Office.

Rayelan: Hmm.

David: Right, now, you can see the power people have as insiders, they can say to certain people in, in the California Public Employees Retirement System, “We’ll create a special fund for you as senior officers of the union and we’ll put you on the winning side of the catastrophe bond, if you support this global warming scam.”

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: Now what is - just image if you’re a senior member in the California Public Employees Retirement System, you know it’s a scam, but equally, if you know and come out to say to the members of the California Public Employees Retirement System, it’s a scam, then you may get on a plane that doesn’t come back. Alright, or you pension fund might be stripped.

Rayelan: Yeah, that’s what I feel would happen to all of those people. So, in other words, the high level teachers are, are probably ah, controlled in just that way.

David: Which is exactly what Jimmy Hoffa did with the teamsters.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: So, now, what has been created in the United Kingdom is a corrupt MET Office which is generating ion its computers what I call ‘virtual weather’, and this is very interesting because remember the name of the Weather Underground Organization?

Rayelan: Right.

David: Basically I think, is way back in the sixties they understood, if they could back door the United States Air Force and the UK ah, the British Royal Navy through the MET Office, they could literally take over the country by deception.

Rayelan: Mhm, mhm.

David: By creating the impression the weather was changing for example, as a result of human activity and anyone who disagreed got killed.

Rayelan: Yeah, that’s correct.

David: So on nine-one-one, what they did – correction, on the first and second of
June of two-thousand and one, they created a virtual weather scenario for the war game where ALPA pilots like Field were told, “You have to go around this area, you have to take evasive maneuvers, because there is a hazard ahead of you.”

Rayelan: That’s correct.

David: Now if you’re inside a plane you don’t know whether that’s real or imaginary, you’re just being told, right?

Rayelan: Yes.

David: So the MET Office is issuing air quality forecasts using *garbled*, the MET Offices medium to long range atmospheric dispersion model that was originally developed as a nuclear accident model following the Chernobyl accident in nineteen eighty-six.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: Chernobyl was not an accident, Rayelan, it was sabotaged.

Rayelan: And who – the same group did it?

David: Yes.

Rayelan: Wonderful, I have not heard of that before.

David: And Bhopal, the insecticide factory or plant owned by Union Carbide in India…

Rayelan: Yeah.

David: …in nineteen eighty for or five. That wasn’t an accident either.

Rayelan: Wow.

David: Someone pumped water into a bath of isocyanate and the law firm that juggled the books to hide the insurance fraud was Sidley Austin.

Rayelan: Was Sidley Austin, interesting.

David: Right? And the man’s name who did it for Sidley Austin was Sir Ian Perceval, the former Solicitor General of the United Kingdom.

Rayelan: Huh.

David: And there was a cloud of highly toxic gas that injured two-hundred and fifty-thousand people, killed eight-thousand people. It was immediately blamed on directors and officers of Union Carbide and they tried to get them in jail, right? Just a bit like what they’re doing with Toyota and done to General Motors right now.

Rayelan: Right, right.

David: And then over the next years they shorted Union Carbide shares and they
basically destroyed Union Carbide. And working on the file for ahm, Sidley Austin, was Sir Ian Perceval, the former UK Solicitor General, and in nineteen ninety-one in Washington D.C. working on that file, which was Union Carbide and the sabotage of the Bhopal plant, was a woman by the name of Michelle Lavaughn Robinson who is now your first lady.

Rayelan: Yes.

David: So Sidley Austin is engaged in high level catastrophe bond insurance fraud with direct links to the United Kingdom MET Office. So who else was working for Sidley Austin in that period of Bhopal, Air India one-eight-two and the Pan Am one-o-three bomb that blew up over Lockerbie? Well, her name is Bernadine Dohrn, the boss of the Weather Underground Organization.

Rayelan: And you know in all – I have investigated the Lockerbie bombing for years now and ah, you know I was able to trace it back to a radical communist ahm, you know, a radical communist Palestinian. And you know, most people don’t think that there are radical communists who are from Palestine ah, but that was the way, that was true, and ahm – I have no idea who’s calling me. Somebody from Minnesota.

David: Well that’s Field.

Rayelan: Oh, that’s Field. Oh, well he’s calling me back. Let me send him an email and ah, tell him what number to call. Okay…

David: Okay, while you work on that I’ll just follow your thought line while you handle that call to Field. You see, the Palestinian group would have been recruited. They would have been mercenaries to create a false flag. Now it’s very important. I want to take you to the world of the Bullingdon Club at Oxford university

Rayelan: We have had a reader ask if ah, if you could go back to the ahm, ah, Michelle Lavaughn Robinson ah, are you saying ah, this listener wants know, are you saying that she as there with Bhopal, or she was…

David: She was on the file of Union Carbide because in the aftermath of the Bhopal sabotage, the objective of this group of people, and we’re getting close to who they are…

Rayelan: Okay.

David: …was to destroy Union Carbide.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Alright, so one of the ways of doing that was to blow up a major industrial plant that is operated by the company, the target company, and then blame the officers and directors, threaten to sue them or put them in jail.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: And then undermine confidence of the share holders in the company which start selling the shares because they think it’s on the way out and short sellers, and this insurance fraud that I’m talking about, they can ah, what is called ‘naked short sell’ the company and make a huge amount of money by destroying it.

Rayelan: Interesting.

David: And that’s what they did with Lehman Brothers and ah, ah the people we’re talking about. They developed that model ah, way back, way, way back ahm, I suggest, in the eighteen-seventies using the patent bomb for example ahm, ship own – ship owner, corrupt ship owner, would overload his ship ah, over insure it, send it to some remote part of the world in ah, a conspiracy inside of the MET Office, and then blow it up, destroy it, put in a false claim to Lloyd’s and split the proceeds with insiders at the MET Office.

Rayelan: Okay, so I’m following that. I hope our ah, ah our listeners are too?

David: In order to do it you need lawyers. You need corrupt lawyers.

Rayelan: Right.

David: Right?

Rayelan: So that’s the part Sidley Austin have played since the eighteen-fifties.

David: Sidley Austin was formed in eighteen sixty-six. One of its first contracts was a trust for Mary Lincoln.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: Mary Lincoln was then placed in a lunatic asylum by Sidley Austin.

Rayelan: Yeah, because she knew that somebody would come after her.

David: Well, because she knew that the hit on Lincoln was a conspiracy. It wasn’t a one man one *garbled* hit.

Rayelan: Mhm.

David: John Wilkes Booth had a check for one-hundred Pounds on his body drawn on the bank of Canada.

Rayelan: Yes.

David: Now, who had an interest in that kind of thing? Well, if you go back to the United Kingdom, remember, Lloyd’s of London was formed in sixteen eighty-eight.

Rayelan: Wow, that is extraordinary.

David: So about hundred and seventy years later with lot’s of experience in insurance fraud ah, someone takes a contract out on Abe Lincoln.

Rayelan: Okay.

David: Alright, and I think you will find his life, or certainly major assets in the union like the SS – USS Savannah, would have had a very big insurance policy on it and the people who blow them up get a percentage of the damage done by a patented device. We’ve covered that in previous discussions.

Rayelan: Yes, that’s right.

David: Now, fast forward to Bhopal ah, what Sidley Austin has done, it acts as a trustee acting, or holding the insurance funds on a plant like Bhopal. When Bhopal is blown up then there’s a huge number of insurance claims processed by Sidley Austin and it keeps a percentage. And it throws its lawyers into the pot in order to confuse investigators and make them think that it wasn’t an insurance fraud. It was negligence by the directors.

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