Thursday, June 01, 2006

[911InsideJobbers] Spitzer and Stewart AFB in the same paragraph

Now I'm thinking I was seriously mistaken about the value of Richard
Grove's information.

Getting darn logical why the first hit plane shape hole was by Marsh &

But here’s what you probably don’t know- L. Paul Bremer’s last gig
before capitalizing on the Iraq War was at Marsh & McLennan, where
“Jerry” was the CEO of Marsh’s Risk Management collective. It’s
interesting that nobody else has noticed that Marsh was at the heart of
9-11, and despite being woven into almost every aspect of the events-
few question Marsh’s role in any of it.

Secondly, I would note that Stewart AFB, in New Windsor, New York is
used as a hub for importation of illicit drugs, using our Military
Assets as cover. Coincidently, Stewart happens to be the simultaneous
crossing point of 2 hijacked airliners on 9-11, and also the approximate
location of where the transponders were switched. Stewart AFB was
previously known as the base where the Iran Hostages, were returned
after 444 days and the October Surprise, this predated but is not
unrelated to the Iran Contra fraud...

Interestingly, Stewart AFB is the only airport of its kind, in that it
was privatized for secret purposes. This privatization was executed in
part by George Pataki, and Eliot Spitzer. In 1999 Pataki signed a
99-year lease (ala Silverstein), and in 2000 Spitzer privatized it for
“special” use.

Spitzer, of course, is the attorney general of New York, a supposed real
life crime fighter. I wish that were true, but I ask you to take a look
for yourself, and judge the evidence:

Spitzer allegedly investigates 9-11: but no real progress is made

Simultaneous to this, Spitzer allegedly investigates the post 9-11 AIG,
Marsh Insurance Scheme; wherein hundreds of billions of dollars were
skimmed from fattened insurance quotes- it is my contention that the
technology my ex-employer provided was fundamental to the perpetration
of this scheme. Spitzer’s investigation finds AIG guilty, yet only
penalized them $ 1 billion- less than 1% of what they stole, and of that
$ 1 billion, Marsh & McLennan had to pay $800,000,000 of it. Compare
that to the recent JP Morgan penalty of $425 million for committing IPO
frauds related to the .bom, I .com boom, which as of 2003 more than 300
companies admitted to participating in the fraud… with “no adverse
affects on our financial results” according to a JP Morgan spokesperson.
Very interesting…

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1 comment:

u2r2h said...


I am searching for C-38 aeroplanes... where are they stationed?