July 11, 2006

July 11, 2006: Tongsun Park Claims he was AECL CEO

Bumped up. There are newer posts below.

This was posted late yesterday. Don't miss the rest of the UNSCAM details.

July 10, 2006: UNSCAM 1 - 2 - 3 ... AECL CEO Tongsun Park


Trent Board Chair Reid Morden .... via Canada Free Press.com

[....] Some have claimed that Morden should not serve on the Volcker Inquiry because of a conflict of interest.

Some have gone further in their analysis of Morden to justify their assertions that he be disqualified from Volcker. One of those assertions [involves] Morden's position of the chairman of KPMG Corporate Intelligence and the subsequent revelations of KPMG designing and selling abusive tax shelters for which they came under investigation of U.S. SEC and tax authorities. A Google search "KPMG tax shelters" reveals a wealth of details.

In an effort to better understand the matter we have collected a number of documents and articles. [....several articles included]

[....] KPMG admits unlawful conduct by ex-partners, takes full responsibility
- Canadian Press article at Canada.com dated June 16, 2005

[....] Citizen's Association of Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
David Hawkins Research
Thursday, June 17, 2004 9:25 PM
To: Media
David Hawkins, Foundation Scholar, Cambridge University and founder of the Citizen's Association of Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE


Hawks' CAFE prepares 9/11 + UN Oil-for-Food RICO suit against Canadian Privy Council and CAI

[....] The Citizen's Association of Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE believes that certain Canadian privy councilors, including Jean Chr├ętien, Brian Mulroney, Conrad Black, Paul Desmarais, Paul Martin, Alfonso Gagliano, Frank McKenna and U.N. financial adviser, Maurice Strong, are sabotaging investigations into the UN oil-for-food program in a conspiracy to conceal UN bribes and kickbacks to insiders, international trafficking in WMD material and money laundering by the Treasury Board of Canada.


We see an example of such sabotage in the selection of former Canadian public servant, Reid Morden, by the former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, Paul Volcker, [read selection by privy councilor, Maurice Strong] to lead the UN's self-sponsored investigation into the UN Oil-for-Food scam. [....]


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