Tries to codify IBM's theft of social networking from Ohio innovator Leader Technologies by calling it "The Internet of Things"
(Feb. 11, 2016)—Just a few days ago, on Feb. 09, 2016, Barack Obama signed an Executive Order creating the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity (CENC).
Obama is documenting a pattern of fraud and racketeering
President Obama wrote in protections for IBM's "The Internet of Things" market push. We believe this action is criminal on numerous counts. (1) He violates ethical pledges of impartiality by federal employees, (2) he fraudulently conceals his IBM loyalties, and (3) he colludes with a host of individual and companies across state lines in a pattern of RICO racketeering (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations).
Barack Obama Executive Order, Sec. 3(a)(ii), Feb. 09, 2016, Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity (CENC)
Obama's order is the latest in a string of cybersecurity orders reaching back to Bill Clinton in 1999. On the surface the goal to protect the national from cyber threats seems noble enough. However, these orders are the devil's playground. They have created the illegal American spy state outside of Congressional oversight.
The councils created carry the same acronym:
1999-2001 National Infrastructure Assurance Council (NIAC) (Clinton)
2002-2016 National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) (Bush, Obama)
Here's the sequence of these secretive executive authorities, all funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce which also manages the U.S. Patent Office:
Clinton EO 13130
The public record shows that IBM and its career IBMer Thomas E. Noonan have been fixtures at NIAC since inception.
It is time to pull the plug on this abject criminality masquerading as national security.
Bill Clinton installed James P. Chandler to navigate NIAC through the Bush years
Tellingly, on Jan. 18, 2001, just a day before Clinton left office, he appointed James P. Chandler as a member of NIAC. Chandler was legal counsel to both IBM and Leader Technologies.
Evidently, Chandler's role was to ensure that: (1) IBM controlled the emerging spy state and (2) Leader Technologies' new social networking invention became NIAC's core Internet architecture and applications.
On Nov. 29, 2001, IBM and Chandler founded The Eclipse Foundation to become the repository of Leader Technologies' social networking invention.
On Aug. 29, 2002, IBM published Leader's invention in IBM Eclipse Version 2.0.1 illegally marked with IBM copyrights. Chandler had received a custody copy of Leader's invention—his other paying client—eleven weeks earlier.
On Aug. 30, 2002, a whistleblower revealed Chandler's duplicity and collusion with IBM and the U.S. Patent Office in Chandler's personal notes.
Thomas E. Noonan (NIAC member from 2002-2016) disguised deep IBM loyalties
On Sep. 18, 2002, two weeks later, George Bush appointed Thomas A. Noonan as a member of NIAC, but cleverly disguised his long association with IBM.
Noonan's current biographies hide his deep IBM affiliation (1994-2008). Even NIAC's official records present a confused jumble of ambiguous associations. For example, Noonan's LinkedIn profile list five different affiliations from 1994 and 2008. He lists:
- GM, IBM Internet Security Systems, December 2006–June 2008 (1 year 7 months)
- CEO, Internet Security Systems (ISS) (an IBM Company) 1995–2008 (13 years)
- CEO, ISS (NASDAQ: ISSX, Acquired by IBM) 1994–2008 (14 years)
- Chairman and CEO, Internet Security Systems (ISS) 1994–2008 (14 years)
- CEO, Internet Security Systems March 1994–December 2006 (12 years 10 months)
How can one IBM employee be so confused about who he works for, unless he's not, but wants readers of his resume to be confused?
Noonan's shell game
Noonan's jumble of company names and titles are clearly meant to hide his continuous and ongoing IBM affinities. IBM corporate website states: "Once an IBMer, always an IBMer." Judging from Noonan's post 2009 resume and current position at Cisco (another NIAC fixture), Noonan is receiving his "handsome reward" of significant financial gains, like another one of his dutiful counterparts at Baidu (China), Robin Y. Li.
AFI researchers see a now familiar Cartel pattern of obfuscation in Noonan's jumbled affiliations meant to confuse and discourage the casual reader from further investigation.
Noonan has failed to disclose Cobian Corp (now IBM too)
Noonan failed to disclose a shady Cobian Corp, formed in Andover, Massachusetts on Nov. 04, 2002, just two weeks after George Bush / James P. Chandler appointed him to NIAC on Sep. 18, 2002. Germans Olaf Jacobi and Friedrich von Diest are identified on the incorporation papers. The incorporation attorney was a thuggish-looking Steffan Vounessea.
No evidence of a real Cobian Corp business exists.
However, on Oct. 11, 2006, IBM merged Cobian into Noonan's Internet Security Systems and moved the operation, such as it was, to IBM's Atlanta office at 6303 Barfield Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30328.
The evident purpose of Thomas E Noonan's jumbled biographies is to distance himself from his career IMB association which would lessen IBM's overarching control of NIAC activities to direct public policy on national security. Obama's latest executive order shows that IBM intends to embed the future of IBM in America's embedded infrastructure, just ensuring that the gravy train will be in perpetuity. One small problem for IBM is the fact that they rely on the seminal cloud computing invention of social networking that they stole from Columbus innovator, Leader Technologies. Click here: NIAC Meeting Minutes from Jan. 13, 2004. Click here: Terrorex 04 timeline.
Noonan knows about perjury. His failure to disclose Cobian Corp appears willful. What are IBM & Noonan hiding?
On Oct. 11, 2006, IBM and Thomas E. Noonan merged Cobian Corp into IBM and Noonan became its chief executive and chairman. In Cobian Corp's Massachusetts filings, Noonan acknowledges that he knows what perjury is.
Fig. 7—Thomas E. Noonan demonstrates in this Cobian Corp disclosure that he is aware of the legal penalties for failing to disclose material information. However, nowhere does he ever disclose his association with Cobian Corp. To the best of our knowledge and research, Noonan has never disclosed Cobian Corp to the American public during his tenure at the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NAIC). Click here: Cobian Corp, MA Sec. of State Filing Apr. 06, 2006.
Cobian Corp appears to have been a "shell" company (no operations) that IBM and Noonan felt compelled to merge into IBM on Oct. 11, 2006 to make it go away. Given Noonan's and IBM substantial role in the secret workings of the NAIC, the American public have a right to know what Noonan and IBM are hiding.
Fact: IBM's theft of Leader Technologies' social networking invention was occurring concurrently with the Cobian Corp formation
The AFI Timeline shows for a fact that James P. Chandler and IBM were in the thick of the theft of Leader Technologies' invention at that time. On Aug. 29, 2002, IBM Eclipse release version 2.0.1 On Nov. 04, 2002, Cobian Corp formed, and without any known operation. Then on Oct. 11, 2002, Cobian Corp was merged out of existence into IBM Internet Security Systems (Thomas E. Noonan's company) whereupon Noonan became its Chairman and CEO.
Noonan's smoking gun: undisclosed relationships reveal the Spy State Cartel promoted by Clintons, Obama, Bush
Having now established that IBM and Thomas E. Noonan have been fixtures at NIAC since inception. And, having also established that IBM, James P. Chandler and Noonan are playing a crooked game with America's security and Leader Technologies' social networking invention, we now return to Barack Obama's latest Executive Order promoting IBM's the "Internet of Things."
In any other industry, Obama's promotion of the IBM "Internet of Things" brand slogan would be an outrage
It would be like Obama ". . . protecting the policy and legal foundation for product security in the context of:"
- Eat Fresh (Subway),
- Just Do It (Nike),
- Finger Linkin’ Good (KFC),
- Sea food Differently (Red Lobster),
- Fueling the American Spirit (Marathon), or
- The Internet of Things (IBM) . . . wait, Obama just protected this brand.
Obama violates the federal employee code of ethics
Obama endorsement of IBM’s The Internet of Things Cloud initiative, including his attempt to give it legal status, is a flagrant violation of 5 C.F.R. § 2635.702(c) that states:
“An employee shall not use or permit the use of his Government position or title or any authority associated with his public office to endorse any product, service or enterprise."
Obama violates the RICO Act
In addition, Obama’s promotion of IBM’s social networking “cloud” infrastructure crosses state lines to conspire with IBM and others to misappropriate Leader Technologies’ invention violates the RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act racketeering statute 18 U.S. Code § 1962(c) that states:
"It shall be unlawful for any person employed by or associated with any enterprise engaged in, or the activities of which affect, interstate or foreign commerce, to conduct or participate, directly or indirectly, in the conduct of such enterprise’s affairs through a pattern of racketeering activity."
The wheels are coming off of this spy state Administration and its cronies.
Click here for a full timeline of this public corruption.
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10% to whistleblower(s)
Leader Technologies has indicated they are willing to pay a 10% reward for information that leads to the recovery of funds by their shareholders.
The Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment empowers Congress to legislate a payday for Leader Technologies shareholders. This would provide adequate financing for Leader to offer a rational social networking environment—one that offers the application utility that people have come to enjoy about Leader’s invention without sacrificing security and privacy.
Contact your elected representatives and ask them to use Congress' power of the purse to pay Leader Technologies and unplug the Cartel.
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