User fee on social networking will generate $300+ billion a year to fund major initiatives
Surcharge on social networking will pay for 17 years of free use by government and commerce
(Sep. 29, 2017)—Perhaps Columbus OH Leader shareholder Phil Q. Williams says it best:
“When I completed projects in the steel business, I expected to get paid.”
Williams continued, “I have not been paid for Leader’s invention of social networking that was created using my investment. We now know that the government has stolen our invention, and used it for 17 years FOR FREE. The rest of Leader’s investors want paid. It’s that simple.”
In 2013, Williams sold his six steel fabrication companies and retired. Many of his projects are well known from crash fences at Nascar and Indy tracks to oil, gas and fiber optic transports of all kinds. A tall, no nonsense kind of guy, Williams played both baseball and basketball for Ohio University in the 1960’s.
Leader shareholders are filing “Tier II” Miller Act Notices
All across America, the shareholders of Leader Technologies are demanding that the U.S. government pay them for their social networking inventions.
We asked Michael McKibben, the founder and lead inventor for Leader Technologies, Inc., how many shareholders Leader has. McKibben said, “We are a private company, but it is many hundreds of people and entities spread out across the country.”
On Jul. 24, 2017, Leader Technologies, Inc. and founder Michael T. McKibben sent a Tier I Miller Act Notice to the White House. A “Tier I” request allows unpaid subcontractors to get paid.Bookmark: #miller-act | https://tinyurl.com/y6vobqb2
A “Tier II” Miller Act Notice allows unpaid subcontractors of subcontractors to federal projects to also get paid. Leader’s shareholders supplied financial resources used to help McKibben and Leader invent social networking in the late 1990’s—while Mark Zuckerberg was just leaving junior high school.
Leader proposes a win-win revenue solution to President Trump
Leader invented social networking—a technology that has changed the world.
Michael McKibben, the real inventor, says we haven’t seen the best of social networking yet. He is quick to point out that “What you see now is a bastardized form of our invention.”
“What we invented honors and protects personal privacy and property. What the thieves have done is the opposite—they have twisted our designs 180 degrees to complete disrespect for privacy and property.”
“Just read their user license agreements. It says that the providers [the rogue C.I.A. and NSA crony commercial collaborators] own all your data, not you! That is so ungodly and disrespectful to our fellow human beings.”
McKibben said, “Remarkably, Founder John Adams, a key drafter of the Massachusetts and U.S. Constitutions, said that respect for privacy and property must be considered sacred in order for the Constitutional principles to work.”
“The Deep State shadow government is trying to destroy John Adam’s principle. At every turn they are showing disdain for The Bill of Rights. For example, patents are being systematically stolen from real inventors. Censorship is replacing free speech. Agricultural lands are being shut down by over regulation. Small businesses are shutting down over massive healthcare cost increases. Theft of personal information is replacing privacy. Regulatory confiscation is replacing personal property. Election rigging is replacing the sacred, secret ballot.”
“President Trump can take a big step toward helping fix this mess with the stroke of his pen by funding our Miller Act claim.”
17 years of FREE use is over
In their cover letter to President Trump, Leader shareholders propose a powerful solution to the 17 years of property theft by the federal government.
The property principle is simple. The federal government and its Deep State shadow government military-industrial cronies have enjoyed FREE use of Leader Technologies' social networking invention for 17 years. That history needs to be compensated. Then going forward, Leader must be paid a license fee for the ongoing benefits received from the use of their invention.
Leader proposes a universal surcharge on social networking
Leader proposes a compromise of $40 billion for the last 17 years of use. The market value of that history is valued at $3 trillion.
Then, Leader proposes a $Y per user per month surcharge comprised of two parts: (1) an $N per user per month “Consumer Use Fee” for the government's benefit, and (2) a $2 per user per month “Leader Innovation Surcharge” to pay Leader for the ongoing use of its inventions.
By comparison, computer users pay anywhere from $2.00–$5.00 per month for anti-virus software. So, Leader's request is very reasonable value-wise.
Consumer Use Fee—$277+ billion/yr.
So for example, if the government charged $3 per user per month for a Consumer Use Fee, the total revenue generated from these surcharges would be $5.00 per user per month (Consumer Use Fee + Leader Innovation Surcharge).
TechCrunch recently said that 30 apps a month on average are used per person. There are 7.7 billion people on the planet with potential access to social apps. If 3 billion people have access to social networking, that would represent 90 billion apps per month.
Using 7.7 billion user-licenses as a benchmark, the government in this example would receive $23.1 billion per month or $277 billion per year in Consumer Use Fees.
Leader Innovation Surcharge—$185 billion/yr.
At the same time, using the same 7.7 billion user-licenses example, Leader shareholders can finally be paid $2/user/month or $185 billion per year for the ongoing use of their important inventions.
This is a remarkable Win-Win-Win proposal. President Trump can lower taxes and use this Consumer Use Fee to kick start many of his stalled social programs.
Energize thousands of high-paying jobs
Leader will finally be able to build what will become one of the larger companies in Ohio. They’ll be able to employ thousands in high-paying technology jobs and contribute hundreds of billions of dollars into the Ohio and national economies.
Who loses in this proposal?
Only enemies of the American Republic lose in this proposal.
Readers are encouraged to send this post and the Leader Tier II Miller Act Notice by its shareholders to your elected representatives. They need to support the Rule of Law and show respect for real inventors and their risk-taking shareholders. Otherwise, they support the hijack of our Republic in their silence.
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