The Intergraph base in HUNTSVILLE, Alabama, home of Nazi Paperclips, the conquest of space, and a very active, God-fearing Republican Army.
While fishing for data on Intergraph, an interesting connection turned up in political campaign public disclosure files – several donations from Intergraph "software scientist" (as she described her occupation in the designated box) Frances Taylor, 8811 Willow Hills Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, to an infamous Bush campaign lobby. Ms. Taylor made several contributions to the Texas-based Swift Boat Veterans for Truth in the 2004 election cycle.49 In fact, she was listed among top contributors to the well-known psyop front (it's the first mention of Swift Boaters in this investigation, but it won't be the last.)
Taylor revels in her "conservatism." She is chair of Republican Women of Huntsville.50 In May 2005, her club (located in Alabama Republican Women's District Five, where the state coordinator is Sandra Schimmelpfennig, an active Condoleeza Rice supporter who seems to have suffered a bit of cardiac arrest in the midst of the current election year and had to be placed on a respirator, sponsored a power luncheon at the swank Valley Hill Country Club.
Sandra Schimmelpfennig (far-right) is already campaigning for Condoleeza Rice in '08. Get well soon, Ms. Schimmelpfennig. The Reich needs you!
Bible-pounding Judge Roy Moore was invited to speak at the luncheon. His rumbling oratory held the gathering "spellbound," the Huntsville Times observed after the event.51
Judge Moore also signed copies of his new book, So Help Me God: The Ten Commandments, Judicial Tyranny and the Battle for Religious Freedom. A career cameo:
the state chief justice seat in 2000. Upon assuming office, he had a 2 1/2-ton granite Ten Commandment monument moved to the lobby of the state Justice Building.
Intergraph is a conservative company, deeply entrenched in CIA-Republican scandals of various hues, a veritable rainbow coalition of felonies with ties to the upper-crust of the Bush regime.52
Intergraph director Dr. Lawrence R. Greenwood sits on Intergraph's audit and compensation committees. "He spent fifteen years with NASA," the Intergraph site reports, "serving as director of the Earth Observations Division in NASA Headquarters."
Dr. Greenwood is former president of Nichols Research Corporation, an SDI sub-contractor that has been instrumental in fake TRW-sponsored missile defense field tests - a firm since entrusted, incredibly enough, with testing ES&S voting machine software certification.53
Nichols Research was bought up by the scandal-ridden Computer Services Corp. (CSC), the parent of DynCorp, the torture and dchild porn folk, in 1999. Greenwood was a VP and general manager at the General Electric Astro Space Division, 1988 to 1991. He is also chairman of the board of directors at Teledyne.
On May 4, 2006, the AP reported that a twin-engine DC-9 had taken off the month before from St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport bound for Venezuela -
The plane was licensed to SkyWays Communications. Back in 2003, SkyWay announced that the company, based in Clearwater, Florida, was
Congressman Tom Delay, majority Leader, appointed Kovar. The appointment was
SkyWay was not your average, work-a-day airline. It was an intelligence front. When Florida Cuban-Republican Senator Mel Martinez struck out on his 2004 two-day "American Dream Tour," he leased a 45-foot motor coach "used by rock groups and country music stars," the St. Petersburg Times reported, and "switched to a DC-9 charter jet owned by Skyway Global, a Clearwater *SECURITY FIRM* whose owners are Martinez supporters."56
A year later, SkyWay Communications Holdings filed for Chapter 11 after throwing away, since its inception in 2002, $40-million. The crash of Clearwater-based Skyway and its subsidiaries left behind a "a trail of tangled litigation and angry investors," according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal on May 26, 2005, "including 24 Kuwaiti and Saudi nationals and a group
of 90 shareholders in Kentucky" who charged that they'd invested "retirement savings and college funds" in a company "that promised to protect airplanes from terrorism ... "57
And what was Kovar's actual product? The journal described the beating heart of SkyWay:
David Stinson - former president of Intergraph's Process and Building Solutions Division and Brent Wilkes benefactor – signed. His relationship with Wilkes began with Dusty" Foggo, the CIA's third-in-command from 2004-06, and Brent Wilkes, already a household name associated with graft and the interminable Abramoff graft scandal.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported in December that Wilkes
The Iran-contra Veterans for Sedition were back. Cocaine politics. CIA fronts. In the reactionary South ...
[To be continued ... ]
Taylor also contributed to Madison County Commissioner
Mo Brooks in his bid for Alabama Lt. Governor, but he
failed to make the preliminary cut. Brooks, a devout
Republican, threw his endorsement to George Wallace,
50.)" Shelby County Annual Dinner." Justice Lyn Stuart for the Supreme Court web site, March 30, 2006. web site.
51.) David Holden,
52.) Including Colin Powell. He was the keynote speaker at the annual Intergraph Users Conference, held at the Walt Disney World Coronado Springs Resort and Convention Center in June 2006. During Operation
Desert Storm, Powell was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a period when geospatial technology was just emerging. He began using the technology to train for battle, Powell told the conference attendees. "If you knew where everyone was, you could see the whole battlefield," Powell said. (The DoD has been pushing in recent years for a highly-sophisticated surveillance system/contractor boondoggle that would provide a "God's eye" view of military engagements.) "I learned how technology could save lives in a
battlefield," he said. See:Gina Hannah , "Colin Powell says technology needs 'human element,'" Huntsville Times, June 14, 2006.
53.) TRW/Nichols Research Corp. conflict-of-interest, see:Tad Vezner, "Decoys, Distortion and Detrimental Science," November 8, 2003.
On voting machine certification: "Election Technology Labs quit certifying voting machines in 1992. Its founder, Arnold B. Urken, says that the manufacturers, specifically ES&S (then AIS), refused to allow the detailed examination of code needed to ensure systemintegrity. Wyle Labs refused to test voting machine software after 1996; testing then went to Nichols
Research, and then passed to PSINet, and then to Metamor," etc.
55.) Press release, SkyWay Communications Holding Corp.,
56.) Steve Bousquet, David Karp, Curtis Krueger, Anita Kumar, "Pew time prevails in campaign stretch," St. Petersburg Times, August 30, 2004.
58.) Alexis Muellner, "Humvee as retainer: Skyway legal tussle charts new territory," Tampa Bay Business Journal, August 26, 2005.
59.) Dean Calbreath and Jerry Kammer, "Contractor 'knew how to grease the wheels,'" San Diego Union-Tribune, December 4, 2005.