By Americans for Innovations
ARTICLE IMAGE: THE ICON OF THE LADDER OF DIVINE ASCENT IS CONNECTED WITH THE WELL-KNOWN SPIRITUAL CLASSIC BOOK ENTITLED THE LADDER OF DIVINE ASCENT BY SAINT JOHN CLIMACUS, OF THE SEVENTH CENTURY. IT INSPIRED BY JACOB’S DREAM WHERE GOD–THE GREAT I AM–PROMISED TO KEEP HIM IN ALL PLACES AND THAT HE SHOULD NOT BE AFRAID. GENESIS 28:12-15.
These lawyers, bankers, academics, journalists, bureaucrats and otherwise self-styled elitists sponge off the actual wealth-creation of hard working Americans via SES, OPIC, Lockheed Martin, Crown Agents, Serco, USAID in pursuit of the seven deadly sins.
Since they don’t do real work, President Trump can simply turn their lights off.
Then, he can use the trillions of dollars recovered to empower real wealth creators of America.
Apr. 20, 2018–Americans for Innovation began this investigation in 2012 to try and understand why the U.S. Supreme Court failed to protect Leader Technologies’ revolutionary invention of social networking–even after Leader proved that Facebook infringed their patent on 11 of 11 claims.
What we have discovered is a labyrinth of organized sin and corruption that permeates practically every institution on our planet. Besides watching the Leader v. Facebook court ignore well-settled precedent to protect Facebook, the judges themselves held volumes of Facebook financial interests.
Judges are expressly prohibited by their sworn Code of Conduct from engaging in such immoral and illegal activity. They are prohibited from holding “even one share” by a spouse in a litigant. The games that our judges, politicians and bureaucrats are currently playing by hiding their financial holdings in large corporate litigants behind conspiring mutual funds is just obscene. This corrupt practice began in earnest after a Judicial Conference in March 2001—six months before 9/11 & the theft of Leader’s social networking invention—without public hearing or debate. We call it The Great Mutual Fund Scam.
Here are the corrupt judges and clerk in Leader v. Facebook who each failed to disqualify himself/herself due to his/her substantial holdings in Facebook financial interests. Each person gained great wealth from the Facebook initial public offering in 2012, this is without even knowing the extent of their offshore accounts. They also failed to disclose their intimate relationships with Facebook’s appeal attorney Thomas G. Hungar, Gibson Dunn LLP:
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