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Rothschild’s Freescale patent

Posted in Uncategorized by earthling on March 25, 2014

Sorry to all you believers in this story out there but, as much as I despise this family like any the rest of you, this story is just crap. Someone has created it out of their imagination.


Ok, If you are working for a corporation, it is the corporation (written into all employment agreements) which assumes the IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) of any and all patentable designs. A company like Freescale (or any high end technology company) is NOT, I repeat NOT going to allow employees to have ownership of any patent which they have brought into existence. This idea that 5 employees each held 20% and because they all died on the plane, it now belongs to Rothschild, is sheer fantasy.

Not only that, but even the idea that – if you bring Rothschild into the picture as being a major shareholder – that he would allow any corporation that he had an interest in to hand over the rights to patents to a mob of employees – is just ridiculous.

Coming up with stories like this actually hurts the dissemination of REAL issues with the Rothschilds. It’s stories like this that allow them to point to them and say “Ridiculous what these conspiracy theorists come up with isn’t it? That’s why you should never listen to them.”

But Mr Icke just links to shit like this because it falls into line with anything he considers is true because it’s Rothschild zionism at play again. David Icke is a fricking disservice to this very real issue we are dealing with overall. And it’s another reason why I am entirely uninterested in his linking to my blog.

Put plainly: Piss off Icke. I want no association.

There are speculations which are based on reasonable extrapolations of data or info and there is pure made up crap which has no foundation in reality.

Rothschild story MH370 patent


Yes Freescale may well have very interesting technology. I don’t doubt that. But this patent story is patently crap!

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  1. spartacus said, on March 25, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    Sorry mate, i posted this Rothschild story here too.

    • earthlinggb said, on March 25, 2014 at 5:02 pm

      No probs bud. I’m just pointing out it doesn’t make sense and yet I keep seeing it everywhere.

  2. Uffda said, on March 25, 2014 at 5:06 pm

    How to Steal an Airplane: From 9/11 to MH370 (For dummies)

    • earthlinggb said, on March 25, 2014 at 5:22 pm

      Yup. Needs to be reblogged that one. I have a lot of respect for James Corbett.

  3. David said, on March 25, 2014 at 9:33 pm

    earthling, I’ve been reading that 4 private persons (my words) and a corporation shared the IP of a product…why does this seem unreasonable?

    • earthlinggb said, on March 25, 2014 at 9:37 pm

      Because when you are employed by a corporation, everything you are being paid to design is that corporation’s property. You are not working as a private individual, you are “property”/resource of that corporation. A corporation employing and paying salaries and providing the assets (test equipment etc etc) for the development of product, does not hand the IPR to the individual(s) developing it ON BEHALF OF the corporation.

      • David said, on March 25, 2014 at 9:51 pm

        Not necessarily….haven’t you ever been ’employed’ for your worth and then ‘spat out’ at the last moment…only to see the ‘contract’ continue without you?
        I have.
        Never again….but for these guys, it may have been the best deal at the time to get their ideas turned into a product.
        And they got ‘spat out’….

        • earthlinggb said, on March 25, 2014 at 10:00 pm

          Not sure what you mean exactly. But here: This explains and yes, it is possible you COULD own the patent but, generally, a corporation will employ you under an agreement which states they own the IPR/Patent of whatever you design/invent while employed by them. My last contract with a defence company had a clause in it like that. There is no way that, if such a company is employing you to develop that kind of gear, they are going to allow the designer to walk away with the IPR. They just wouldn’t do it David. I’m 99.9% certain of that. By all means, I’m quite happy to be shown what I believe would be the0.01%.

  4. Gazz said, on March 25, 2014 at 9:34 pm

    Looking at that picture ~ it shouldn’t be too long before he meets his maker . . . No hard feelings jake :p

    Agree with Your views earthlinggb.

  5. David said, on March 25, 2014 at 9:48 pm

    Pardon me…ignore last; I’ve just watched the video above.

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