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Abel Danger 8-6-2014 Serco Red Switch Tunnels to Ship Jumper Davey Cameron

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#2060: Marine Links Serco Red Switch Tunnels to Ship Jumper Dave, Sandy Sandhurst Contract Hit http://www.abeldanger.net/2014/08/2060-marine-links-serco-red-switch.html Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s ‘tunneling’ into override privileges of the U.S. Defense Red Switch Network to David “Ship Jumper” Cameron who allegedly authorized the transfer of a uniformed Serco-Tatitlek contract killer through the command structure of Camp Qargha – a.k.a. “Sandhurst in the sand” after the British military academy – to kill an American 2 star general on August 5, 2014. McConnell notes that after serving as “ship jumper” for Jardine Matheson in Hong Kong in 1985 and spot-fixing vandal for the Bullingdon Club at Oxford, Cameron worked at Treasury for Chancellor Norman Lamont and allegedly set Serco up as operator of the NPL cesium clock to tunnel the Red Switch Network and execute man-in-the-middle attacks on the government of the United States starting in 1993. McConnell invites reader to examine Serco's Red Switch tunnels into the U.S. military establishment at http://www.serco-na.com/markets/defense and ask themselves what happens when Barack Obama asks a Serco technician for his POTUS 44 “Flash Override” privilege only to be told by Rupert Soames, Ship Jumper Dave’s friend and Serco CEO that he is not entitled to that privilege! “Chinese Should Know Cameron Was a ‘Hong’ The PM’s trip to China reminds Guido that he has a little factoid that he hasn’t seen anywhere else, namely that during Dave’s 1985 gap year he worked for Jardine Matheson, before going up to Oxford. Young Cameron worked for three months in Hong Kong as a ‘ship jumper’ for Jardine Shipping Agencies. Dave was responsible for attending to ships when they called at Hong Kong. His tasks ranged from taking care of all the formalities with the customs and immigration authorities, to looking after travel and personal arrangements for crew members. Did his time in Hong Kong teach him to work hard and invest wisely – or did it encourage him to squander his salary in the bars of Wan Chai? Guido can confirm that there are many exciting diversions for a young man in Hong Kong… The political relevance of this is that Jardine Matheson is one of the original Hong Kong trading houses or “Hongs” and Jardine Matheson’s early profits were based on selling opium to the Chinese. When the Chinese emperor tried to ban the trade, the company called on Britain to intervene, leading to the 1839 Opium War. This is not viewed well in China, something to be borne in mind when the former lackey of the oppressors is lecturing them about human rights”