Tuesday, August 12, 2008

The meeting of the chiefs











Chief Daniel Nigro replaced Chief Peter Ganci who was killed during the building collapse of WTC2. He is the only fire chief,(actually an ex fire chief), on the panel of the new Task Force for terrorism Preparedness, and I imagine that he felt a bit challenged by PNAC member Woolsey, who is also a former CIA director. But maybe a little more challenged by Shabtai Shavit. Mr. Shavit served as Director of the Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Agency responsible for intelligence collection, covert action, and counter-terrorism. Chief Nigro retired shortly but remained as an advisor.

Is it just me, or is it a bit over the top to have the ex heads of intelligence from different countries, a nuclear physicist from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and two Doctors on a panel of this nature...G:




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 3, 2002
PR-236-02
www.nyc.gov

MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG AND FIRE COMMISSIONER NICHOLAS SCOPPETTA ANNOUNCE FORMER CIA DIRECTOR R. JAMES WOOLSEY AS CHIEF ADVISOR TO FDNY ON TERRORISM PREPAREDNESS

VIDEO

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta today announced that former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency R. James Woolsey will serve as Chief Advisor to the newly created FDNY Terrorism Preparedness Taskforce. The Taskforce will examine and evaluate the FDNY's terrorism preparedness capabilities and will comprise a panel of leading nationally and internationally renowned experts on terrorism, including: Gregory H. Canavan, a nuclear physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory; Margaret Hamburg, a former New York City Health Commissioner; Dr. Joshua Lederberg, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology; Daniel Nigro, Chief of Department for the FDNY; and Shabtai Shavit, a former Director of Israel's intelligence agency Mossad. Following the announcement, Mr. Woolsey and Commissioner Scoppetta joined FDNY chief officers and personnel in a visit to the quarters of Hazardous Materials Unit 1 and Squad Company 288 in Queens, for a presentation on the units' responsibilities, capabilities, and needs.

"The events of September 11th clearly demonstrated the critical role of our firefighters and emergency medical service personnel in responding to terrorist attacks," Mayor Bloomberg said. "R. James Woolsey and his fellow members of the Terrorism Preparedness Taskforce possess a unique understanding of and a broad experience in counter-terrorism that will help the FDNY to identify and implement measures to enhance its ability to respond to potential strikes against our City."

"I can't think of anyone better qualified to help drive our thinking on these issues than Jim Woolsey," Commissioner Scoppetta said. "He has worked on both terrorism and defense-related issues under four U. S. Presidents, and possesses a depth and scope of knowledge that is truly unparalleled. Joining him on this task force are several extraordinary individuals each of whom have achieved great success in their respective careers, and bring to the table some of the best minds we could hope to have for this extremely important purpose."

"The Committee will bring together experts from the military, leading academic and research institutions, the fire service and medicine," Mr. Woolsey said. "Our mission will be to evaluate and assess risk, and to look at the infrastructure and core competencies of the Department in the light of that risk. Then we will help develop strategies for ensuring that the FDNY is as equipped as possible to protect its members and the citizens of New York against whatever may arise."

R. James Woolsey is Vice President at Booz Allen & Hamilton in the Global Strategic Security division of the firm, which is providing his service on a pro bono basis. Mr. Woolsey previously was Director of the Central Intelligence Agency under President Clinton, arms control negotiator under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, and Under Secretary of the Navy for President Jimmy Carter. He has also served as General Counsel to the Senate Arms Services Committee, and worked on the National Commission on Terrorism and the National Academies' Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism.

Gregory H. Canavan is a nuclear physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Mr. Canavan has participated in the Defense Science Board Study of "Transnational Terrorism" and has served on various committees, including the Army Science Board, the Air Force Space Command Independent Strategic Assessment Group, the NASA Earth Systems Science and Applications Advisory Committee, and the White House Science Council Military Committee. He is also a former Director of the Office of Inertial Fusion at the U.S. Department Of Energy and a former Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force.

Margaret Hamburg, M.D., is Vice President for Biological Programs at the Nuclear Threat Initiative, which works to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction and reduce the risks associated with these weapons. Dr. Hamburg, whose areas of expertise include public health and bio-terrorism, is a former Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a former New York City Health Commissioner, and a former Assistant Director of the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Health

Dr. Joshua Lederberg is President-emeritus and Sackler Foundation Scholar at the Rockefeller University in New York. Dr. Ledenberg received the Nobel Prize in Physiology at the age of 33 for his work and research on microbial genetics and evolution. He has also received the National Medal of Science with a special citation for providing scientific insight to public interest, government, and international organizations, and has been actively involved in assessing the threats of biological warfare and the ways to mitigate these threats.

Daniel A. Nigro became the FDNY's 29th Chief of Department in September 2001, following the World Trade Center attack that claimed the life of 343 members of the Fire Department and was responsible for leading the 14,500 Fire and EMS personnel in the world's largest Fire Department. During his career, Chief Nigro has earned some of the Department's most prestigious awards, including the Fire Commissioner's Award for Outstanding Service and the Leon Lowenstein Award. He was the first Bureau Chief to oversee the merger of the FDNY with EMS, and has also served as Chief of Personnel, Chief of Health Services, Chief of Operations, and Citywide Tour Commander, overseeing all major emergencies throughout the City. Chief Nigro will retire from the FDNY on September 9th, having served 33 years in the Department.

Shabtai Shavit is the Chairman of the Institute for Counter-Terrorism at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herziya, Israel. From 1989 to 1996, Mr. Shavit served as Director of the Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Agency responsible for intelligence collection, covert action, and counter-terrorism. He served in a variety of posts within the Mossad for over 30 years and also served in the Israeli Defense Force's elite Sayeret Matkal unit. Mr. Shavit has obtained degrees from the Hebrew University and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

7 comments:

  1. The former heads of two well-known instigators of international espionage sitting on a committee charged with overseeing terrorist activities? Well, if it doesn't raise any eyebrows, it should, but it won't look like anything other than a strategic boon to the unwashed masses. Who better, in their view, to oversee matters of national security and disaster preparedness? Conversely, excellent strategy on the part of the elitists... time-worn, but still very effective.

    Mossad and the SIS (MI6) were behind the beheadings that were palmed off as "Islamofascist" terrorism, and any bird coming out of that nest has got to be a dirty one. The Zionists have a significant stake in 9/11, and no doubt these new appointments will solidify their control over the propaganda and perhaps influence of future false flag operations in North America.

    I'm thinking that there will have to be something planned for Canada, soon, as the support for Afghanistan is beginning to wane. I, for one, am getting sick of listening to bagpipe music, as they bring back yet another dead uniformed sucker from the killing fields. It disturbs my supper that "Amazing Grace" should be applied to something that should be entitled: "Amazing Stupidity."

    This is no surprise, Geez. They already have control over society, and have for a long, long time. I think the perverse pleasure of rubbing the sheep's nose in it is a significant perk, alongside the consolidation of the world's biggest superpower in the Zionist's bid to establish their centralized government in Israel.

    Let the spectacle begin.

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  2. Yep, there is far more going on here than us normal Shumans can digest. The kool-aide that is offered by the elite is so hallucinogenic that it should be poured into a flower pot when they aren't looking. However, I'm not sure that we should do that either as we will just add to the weird genetic strains of flora and fauna that are appearing on the planet...G:

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  3. I got an email, recently, about that very subject... what we're forced to eat, in the line of genetically engineered food that is substandard in nutritional value.

    Nowadays, you need to eat something like 10 servings of vegetables as compared to only one, fifty years ago. What we do eat is empty, caloric crap, that eats away at the body's immune system, and reduces us to overweight, diseased blobs of flesh. And you can't get around it, either, unless you go off into the mountains or desert, and live like a freakin' hermit, having no contact with society, and basically living off of the land.

    The pseudo-society of the bankers has made slaves of us all, and we couldn't get away from it if we wanted to, being accustomed to the easy existence afforded by a socialist/materialistic system.

    The Dan'l Boone's and Davey Crockett's of the past are non-existent in the New World Order, where everyone demands their 'cheque' and benefits, at reduced hours, of course!

    Having your cake AND eating it, is the slogan of the 21st Century!

    *Cake = empty calories!

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  4. Yip, even the slaves in early America had it better than us. I would give my left nut to have a place to stay, with a garden and a chicken yard,and unpolluted water to drink. Some of the slaves had all that in Colonial times.

    I can dream can't I?

    ...zzzZZZ

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  5. Having a known PNACer and Mossad agent as heads of a committee over-seeing "turrism" is definitely a trusted fox watching the henhouse strategy by the NWO and quite effective.

    What better place to stage false-flag ops from?

    Unfortunately Highway has a point, Canada is overdue for one and I surely hope it doesn't happen.

    How in deep to the DC/London/Tel Aviv banksters are you Canucks HW?

    That could determine if you guys are next on the menu yet.

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  6. Well, looks like my last comment floated off into the stratosphere, but I'll see if I can rewrite this...

    *Note to self: Blogger, like WordPress, is not, repeat, NOT infallible... ALWAYS copy and save comments... GOT IT?

    Now, where was I... oh, yeah...

    Canada is in as deep as the U.S., Dad, but we're not a superpower, so our prominence isn't as great, nor is the focus on us as belligerents, but we're fast coming into our own with that in Afghanistan. Our troops fucked up, a week or so ago, and killed some civilians, and there was a recent retaliatory strike made against some female aid-workers... one being a Canadian.

    Our pro-Bu$hco government is fast gaining a name for itself, though, undoing much of the former work that Chretien did in his glory days snubbing U.S. foreign policy. Harper has his nose pressed up against Chimpy's ass like a good NWO puppet, and really... in this world... how can it be any other way?

    A strike on Canadian soil in it's proximity to the U.S. would provide yet another excuse to implement further travel restrictions and security measures, and drive up the paranoia level.

    But where, or when? That is the question!

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  7. Probably the most interesting member of the FDNY Terrorism Preparedness Taskforce is Gregory Canavan. It's curious that his expertise would be needed on this task force.

    Gregory H. Canavan is a nuclear physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Mr. Canavan has participated in the Defense Science Board Study of "Transnational Terrorism" and has served on various committees, including the Army Science Board, the Air Force Space Command Independent Strategic Assessment Group, the NASA Earth Systems Science and Applications Advisory Committee, and the White House Science Council Military Committee. He is also a former Director of the Office of Inertial Fusion at the U.S. Department Of Energy and a former Special Assistant to the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force.

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