Jeffrey Wadsworth, Battelle CEO and OSU Trustee president, doles out OSU contracts to Facebook Cartel thru his McBee Strategic LLC lobbyist
(Oct. 10, 2014)—AFI has just received a copy a of new Congressional Briefing. See Fig. 2 below. Click here to download PDF. It exposes a global agenda to control American elections in perpetuity. It fleshes out what Dick Morris has exposed in his runaway bestseller, Power Grab—Obama's Dangerous Plan for a One-Party Nation.
The Facebook Cartel may have overreached when they fired Jon Waters, the Ohio State Marching Band director. Up until that point, the Cartel’s global Common Core-like M.O.O.C. university strategy to centralize control of university education (Massive Open Online Course) was largely unknown.
MOOC appears to be the higher education version of Common Core. It is yet another attempt by the “progressive” Facebook Cartel to move higher education under tight federal control—all in the name of "increased social engagement."
At the same time, the Cartel has been busy taking control of the underlying technical infrastructure of America at the IRS, HHS, SEC, FEC, Commerce, HealthCare.gov and now the FCC with their push to abolish net neutrality without submitting the matter to Congress.
Ohio State's MOOC stalled by Title IX—OSU Band's 136-year tradition sacrificed by hapless Californians
Ohio State is the 3rd largest university in the country and a critical component in the MOOC roll out. That roll out was stalled by an ongoing Title IX investigation.
Jeffrey Wadsworth, OSU’s Trustee president, appears to have been under orders from the Cartel to get MOOC rolling at Ohio State. Wadsworth and provost Joseph A. Steinmetz chose to sacrifice the OSU band.
Wadsworth and new OSU President Michael V. Drake had matriculated from California to Ohio and haven't a clue about the OSU band's 136-year tradition.
Not surprisingly, the pretext worked like magic. Within a few short weeks, the Department of Education in Washington, D.C. closed the multi-year investigation. A few weeks after that, Steinmetz announced his 12-university “University Innovation Alliance.”
Wadsworth's dirty little secret
Wadsworth’s attack on Jon Waters highlighted his prior association with another OSU Band alum, Michael McKibben. McKibben holds the patents on social networking.
In 2002, Wadsworth had signed a technology agreement with McKibben while Wadsworth was a technology director at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). LLNL was managed by the University of California Trustees, which also employed Drake. Concurrent with his LLNL agreement, McKibben had been in discussions with Battelle Labs as well about his innovations.
Wadsworth reappeared at Battelle
Shortly after the LLNL agreement with McKibben and Leader, Wadsworth took over at Battelle and was off to the races with McKibben’s invention, unbeknownst to McKibben . . . until the firing of Jon Waters.
In 2010, McKibben proved that Facebook is infringing his social networking invention and patent on 11 of 11 claims, yet the federal courts (all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court) protected Facebook on an unfounded legal pretext, easily proven so. Tellingly, all the judges in the case held massive amounts of stock in Facebook interests. They were also chummy with Facebook's attorneys. The Code of Conduct for U.S. Judges requires judges in such circumstances to disqualify themselves from the case. These judges hammered down anyway, very evidently to protect their Facebook holdings in the coming IPO.
AFI investigations into the Leader v. Facebook judicial corruption were the first to identify the Cartel and its tangle of Byzantine relationships. We have observed in these relationships the old adage: “You can fool most of the people most of the time. But, you cannot fool all the people all the time.”
The Facebook Cartel—Taken Down by a Marching Band?
Thanks to the mistreatment of Jon Waters and the Ohio State University Marching Band, we have discovered the Facebook’s Cartel’s likely demise—Jeffrey Wadsworth and Battelle Memorial Institute.
We’ll stop here. You can read the briefing for yourself below.
Let us hope the Cartel’s overreach and abuse of The Ohio State University Marching Band will be their undoing. That would be poetic justice, to have the mighty Facebook Cartel taken down by a dedicated band of musicians.
Go Buckeye Nation!
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Read more about the storied history and tradition of the OSU Marching Band on Wikipedia.
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