Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Marine Links British Bankers' Ball of Dykes to Extorted Greek Life Wives

United States Marine and virtual presidential candidate, Field McConnell, has linked the British Bankers Association to the manipulation of Wellesley College Dykes Ball to entrap and extort Greek Life wives.

McConnell claims that the British Bankers’ Association recruited Hillary Clinton at Wellesley in the ‘60s to infiltrate children into Greek Life or related oath ceremonies and build pedo-files for later use in extorting the likes of Janna Ryan, Wellesley alumna, former BBA and PwC tax attorney and the wife of Romney’s running mate Paul Ryan (ΔΤΔ).

Prequel 1:
Marine Links British Bankers’ Libor Tax Fraud to Mrs. Ryan’s Twin Towers BOSS

Note that PwC’s Ball of Dykes conceals the BBA’s Libor fraud together with $800 trillion of odious debt.

“[Spoliation inference that Secretary of State Clinton ran the BBA’s Ball of Dykes extortion desk in the White House] Starr Questions Hillary Clinton on F.B.I. Files By DAVID STOUT Published: January 15, 1998 Prosecutors questioned Hillary Rodham Clinton today on an issue that embarrassed her husband's Administration during the 1996 election year: the gathering by White House aides of confidential background files on former Republican appointees. Kenneth W. Starr, the independent counsel investigating the Whitewater affair, questioned the First Lady under oath for 10 to 15 minutes in a second-floor room in the White House residence. The White House spokesman, Michael D. McCurry, later issued a statement from the White House counsel, Charles F. C. Ruff, which said that the President and Mrs. Clinton were ''cooperating fully with the independent counsel.'' Neither Mr. McCurry nor Mr. Starr's office would discuss the subject or tone of the interview. But one person with detailed knowledge of the session, and who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Mrs. Clinton answered all questions fully. About 10 people, including lawyers for the White House and members of Mr. Starr's staff, were in the room. The tone of the session, at which coffee was served, was cordial, the person said. That person said Mrs. Clinton would probably not be questioned again about the files. The files were summaries of background checks done by the Federal Bureau of Investigation containing personal information, including reports of marital indiscretions, run-ins with the law and medical data [BBA has allegedly transferred these files to D2 Banking, Canada Square]. At issue is how the files wound up at the White House, and why. Since the controversy surfaced in mid-1996, the White House has acknowledged that the files were improperly obtained but has insisted it was through a bureaucratic blunder -- not as part of a plot to gather data about political enemies.”

“In 1965, Rodham enrolled at Wellesley College, where she majored in political science. During her freshman year, she served as president of the Wellesley Young Republicans; with this Rockefeller Republican-oriented group, she supported the elections of John Lindsay and Edward Brooke. She later stepped down from this position, as her views changed regarding the American Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War. In a letter to her youth minister at this time, she described herself as "a mind conservative and a heart liberal." In contrast to the 1960s current that advocated radical actions against the political system, she sought to work for change within it. In her junior year, Rodham became a supporter of the antiwar presidential nomination campaign of Democrat Eugene McCarthy. Following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., Rodham organized a two-day student strike and worked with Wellesley's black students to recruit more black students and faculty. In early 1968, she was elected president of the Wellesley College Government Association and served through early 1969; she was instrumental in keeping Wellesley from being embroiled in the student disruptions common to other colleges. A number of her fellow students thought she might some day become the first woman President of the United States. So she could better understand her changing political views, Professor Alan Schechter assigned Rodham to intern at the House Republican Conference, and she attended the "Wellesley [Dykes] in Washington" summer program. Rodham was invited by moderate New York Republican Representative Charles Goodell to help Governor Nelson Rockefeller's late-entry campaign for the Republican nomination. Rodham attended the 1968 Republican National Convention in Miami. However, she was upset by how Richard Nixon's campaign portrayed Rockefeller and by what she perceived as the convention's "veiled" racist messages, and left the Republican Party for good”

[Spoliation inference that BBA Libor loans have been used to place Wellesley’s Ball of Dykes sponsors and extorted Greek Life victims in Fortune 500 countries and the White House] According to the New York Times, Wellesley College produces the most female Fortune 500 directors - more than any other college [Correlates with the Global Financial Crisis driven by BBA Libor scam]. Of the three female Secretaries of State, two were Wellesley College graduates. Wellesley enrolls approximately 2,400 students, who choose from over 1000 classes offered by 54 different departments and interdepartmental programs. Although its traditional affiliation has been with Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the college now also offers research collaborations and cross-registration programs with other Boston-area institutions, including Babson College, Olin College, and Brandeis University. Wellesley students have a number of traditions and also participate in 13 varsity sports in the NCAA Division III's New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. … Wellesley College does not have any fraternities or sororities; it does, however, have a number of societies, technically social and academic clubs that fulfill many of the same functions as sororities. These include the Shakespeare Society, Alpha Phi Sigma Lecture Society, Tau Zeta Epsilon Arts and Music Society, Society Zeta Alpha, the Literary Society, and Agora, the Political Society. The five societies sponsor many lectures and events on campus, and contribute funding to events sponsored by other departments and organizations. Shakes, Phi Sigma, Tau Zeta Epsilon, Zeta Alpha, and Agora hold a process similar to "rushing" a sorority that is called "tea-ing," and throw on-campus parties. Parties are also held by many of the multicultural student organizations, and the Wellesley College radio station, WZLY 91.5 FM, also holds a party every semester. Dyke Ball, one of the most well-attended parties on campus, is a "creative black-tie" event hosted by Spectrum, Wellesley's LGBTQ organization, intended as an alternative party option and safe space for the College's queer community.”

[Spoliation inference that BBA agent and U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton will have the file on the Delta Tau Delta hazing ceremony at which Paul Ryan pledged loyalty to his same-sex brothers prior to any oath he might subsequently swear to uphold the Constitution] Delta Tau Delta (ΔΤΔ) is a U.S.-based international secret letter college fraternity. Delta Tau Delta was founded in 1858 at Bethany College, Bethany, Virginia, (now West Virginia). It currently has around 125 student chapters nationwide, as well as more than 25 regional alumni groups. Its national community service initiative is Adopt-a-School. The fraternity celebrated its 150th anniversary in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the 2008 Karnea (international convention).”

[Spoliation inference Secretary of State Clinton run the Africa Ball of Dykes extortion desk] Nowhere to Turn: Blackmail and Extortion of LGBT People in Sub-Saharan Africa
02/15/2011 http://www.iglhrc.org/cgi-bin/iowa/article/publications/reportsandpublications/1328.html

To obtain a hard copy of this report contact iglhrc@iglhrc.org

"He came back from time to time to threaten to disclose my identity if I did not give in to his demands."

Kweku, Ghana

"I didn't dare to lodge a complaint. I was afraid they were going to question me and that it would come out that I was gay... I would have risked being locked up in prison."

Alex, Cameroon
"I feel trapped in a cage."

Symon, Malawi

Wherever lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people are forced to keep their sexual orientation and gender identity secret, for fear of prosecution, violence, and other legal and social persecution, blackmail and extortion of LGBT people is endemic. In Africa, where a majority of countries criminalize same-sex sexual activity and where a variety of laws are used to penalize transgressive gender expression, blackmail and extortion are part of the daily lives of many LGBT people who are isolated and vulnerable to abuse.

The report, Nowhere to Turn: Blackmail and Extortion of LGBT People in Sub-Saharan Africa, investigates the problem of blackmail and extortion of LGBT in Africa - a challenge that has remained unaddressed for far too long. The report illustrates how LGBT Africans are made doubly vulnerable by the illegality of same-sex activity and the stigma they face if their sexuality is revealed. Based on research initiated in October 2007, the volume features studies by a number of leading African activists and academics on the prevalence and severity of these crimes in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ghana, Malawi, and Cameroon.

These contributions vividly depict the difficult position that LGBT people are placed in by blackmailers and extortionists – victims are often deterred from seeking help and justice, for fear of further persecution by authorities and communities and can end up being isolated from any supportive community, humiliated and manipulated, and threatened with theft, vandalism, assault, rape, and even murder.

Human rights defenders, non-governmental organizations, and governments have a responsibility to understand that these crimes are a constant reminder of LGBT people’s legal and social vulnerability. The report’s contributors explore the role the state plays in these crimes by ignoring blackmail and extortion by officials in the police and judiciary and by failing to ensure that victims are able to safely report incidents and obtain redress. It goes on to argue that states are in fact failing in their human rights obligations by refusing to acknowledge and respond when victims are robbed of their dignity, privacy, and autonomy, violated with impunity, and denied equal access to the protection of the law. The Report’s concluding chapter urges attention to the rampant problem of blackmail and extortion of LGBT people and urges States to take concrete steps to reduce the incidence of these crimes by decriminalizing same-sex activity and ensuring that all people are able to access the justice system.”

“PwC provides auditing services to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, giving it the unique distinction of having been (in various incarnations) the tabulator and certifier of votes for the Academy Awards since 1934.”

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