Fiorina timed HP's involvement to IBM's theft of Leader Technologies’ invention in 2002
(Sep. 18, 2015)—On Sep. 5, 2002, Carly Fiorina’s general manager, Mike Rank, joined IBM’s The Eclipse Foundation.
HP joined Eclipse just one week after IBM added Leader Technologies’ invention to Eclipse Version 2.0.1 on Aug. 29, 2002.Leader’s patent attorney, James P. Chandler, had taken custody of Leader’s source code just 11 weeks earlier.
Then, on Dec. 09, 2002, HP and Microsoft announced an alliance to exploit Leader Technologies’ innovative new social networking framework.
"Free" social media was created as a surveillance machine. Fiorina helped build it.
The joining of HP and Microsoft in Eclipse cemented the C.I.A. / NSA’s plan to launch social media as a universal spy state data collection tool.
To give "free" users the allusion of choice, the surveillance tool introduced various brand names like Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Instagram, LinkedIn, Flickr, Twitter, YouTube and Whatsapp. However, under the covers, all data funnels through the NSA / C.I.A., much of it offshore, out of the reach of U.S. law.
2/3rds of Fiorina investments are in the Spy State Cartel. She is a spymaster darling.
The Spy State Cartel funded this activity through accomodating regulators, eager banks, unscrupulous law firms, offshore money laundering, crooked judges and patent examiners, crony mutual funds and a fake 2008 banking crisis. In short, the Spy State Cartel no longer needs money from Congress.
With IBM, HP, and Microsoft all on board, the NSA and its godfather, James P. Chandler, had a universal backdoor to all user data globally.
Carly Fiorina remained HP CEO until 2005, so her involvement in the C.I.A. / NSA Spy State infrastructure development is unmistakable.
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