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Patent No. 6904336

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I was reading an article about the freeze in Mexico disrupting food production and the force majure warning given by one of the big supplers in regards supply and pricing under their contracts.

Down in the comments was this. Surely Fannie Mae that fountain of money for the us mortgage market and govt sidekick couldn't be involved in the CO2 trading scam?

That is hardly a counter and the combined monies pales in comparison to what has been feeding the MMGW fanatics through grants all pending on a vast revenue stream to governments and their supposed green investments. Just one man, Al Gore, managed to bilk people out of an estimated 100million for his nonsense. Fannie Mae's Franklin Raines was also gearing up and had patented a venture to rake in the dough on the backs of people with a patent for carbon trading." Patent No. 6904336 was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office on Nov. 7, 2006 -- the day after Democrats took control of Congress. "

The patent, which Fannie Mae confirmed it still owns with Cantor Fitzgerald subsidiary CO2e.com, gives the mortgage giant a lock on the fledgling carbon trading market, thus also giving it a major financial stake in the success of cap-and-trade legislation.

Besides Raines, the other “inventors” are:

Former Fannie Vice President and Deputy General Counsel G. Scott Lesmes, who provided legal advice on Fannie Mae’s debt and equity offerings;

* Former Fannie Vice President Robert Sahadi, who now runs GreenSpace Investment Financial Services out of his 5,002-square-foot Clarksburg home;

* 2008 Barack Obama fundraiser Kenneth Berlin, an environmental law partner at Skadden Arps;

* Michelle Desiderio, director of the National Green Building Certification program, which trains “green” monitors;

* Former Cantor Fitzgerald employee Elizabeth Arner Cavey, wife of Democratic donor Brian Cavey of the Stanton Park Group, which received $200,000 last year to lobby on climate change legislation; and

* Jane Bartels, widow of former CO2e.com CEO Carlton Bartels. Three weeks before Carlton Bartels was killed in the Sept. 11 attacks, he filed for another patent on the software used in 2003 to set up the Chicago Climate Exchange. "

There are trillions more to be made on MMGW than any oil company stands to make without it.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/303583#tab=comments&sc=0#ixzz1Dv2jbIwv

Unbelievably it seems true.

http://www.patentgenius.com/patent/6904336.html

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Very interesting, and very depressing.

Plus ça change... plus c'est la même chose

The patent system co-opted into embezzlement and racketeering.

No wonder the Chinese stick two fingers up at it. The spread of corruption and fraud across the entire system is staggering.

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The patent system co-opted into embezzlement and racketeering.

No wonder the Chinese stick two fingers up at it. The spread of corruption and fraud across the entire system is staggering.

+1. Certain large companies spend their time challenging patents of rival smaller firms with little hope of success purely to impose costs. A company I worked for was on the receiving end of this behaviour. We were small, so the costs were crippling. You win, but you lose, and that is just the way they like it...

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