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Re: Apple Malware Patent

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____/ GreyCloud on Thursday 07 Jan 2010 06:56 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> ____/ GreyCloud on Tuesday 05 Jan 2010 22:59 : \____
>>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>>> ____/ Mark Kent on Monday 04 Jan 2010 12:16 : \____
>>>>> nessuno <nessuno7491@xxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>>>> On Jan 3, 12:42 pm, Mark Kent <mark.k...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>>> Homer <use...@xxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
>>>>>>>> Verily I say unto thee, that Chris Ahlstrom spake thusly:
>>>>>>>>> We have the best legislators money can buy!
>>>>>>>>> Now, excuse me whilst I render unto Caesar what is Caesar's....
>>>>>>>> I thought Emperor Obama usurped Caesar in a slaves' rebellion?
>>>>>>> I think Obama must be the first man in history whose first significant
>>>>>>> internationally impacting act *after* receiving the Nobel Peace Prize
>>>>>>> was to send 30,000 troups into a foreign country.
>>>>>> He didn't ask for the Nobel prize.  I don't think he wanted it.
>>>>> I didn't think that you could ask for one, and I certainly wouldn't have
>>>>> awarded this one had I had the choice.
>>>>> I think that the Nobel prize has been permanently undervalued by this
>>>>> precipitous and ill-advised move.
>>>> Maybe time will tell. It's the military industrial complex sending these
>>>> troops; Obama is hopeless when it comes to making decisions at the macro
>>>> level -- those he would deliberately avoid discussing before the election
>>>> (the PR team would guide him).
>>>> They would only show him evidence that's required to have him convinced
>>>> that he does the right thing. It was the same with Blair and Bush.
>>> Obama really isn't in the position to make these calls as people would
>>> believe him to be.  All of the above mentioned leaders, if that is what
>>> we want to call them, obey their orders from a higher unseen and
>>> nonpublic group of people.  It has been that way since EisenHower warned
>>> of the industrial military complex and the international banking system.
>> The banking industry funded Obama's election campaign (except the
>> volunteers).
> Now take it a step further.  Who or whom ( and that is the big
> challenge) are or is the banking industry?  And whom or who heads it?
> Wallstreet banksters funded his campaign, but a larger question looms as
> to why they'd fund a non-native american.  There is still that big
> question about his legitimacy in this regards, as it seems no one or
> authority checks into the birth rights of candidates.  Even McCain was
> in question.  I've heard and seen the many proofs of Obamas birth
> certificates, but no real hard evidence or proof.  Even Dwight D.
> EishenHower has a few quirks in his legitimacy as well and have been
> documented that he has lied.  So, after much reflection on our own
> history, we over here have been lied to... big time!

No, they have many copies and proof of his birth in Hawaii. Even the guy
representing those who accuse of Obama of lying admits he's just a puppet
to their slanderous cause.

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