Michael McKibben joins Ann Vandersteel to discuss how his 1999 white paper detailing the revolutionary source code for the scalability of social media fell into the hands of Mark Zuckerberg, his son’s classmate at Harvard at the time, who McKibben believes has long been fronting for the Rogue CIA.
At first blush, it may be hard to believe that the source code for Facebook’s platform is McKibben’s intellectual property. Why have we never hard of him? Why would the US Government steal something like this instead of buying him out? How could they get away with it? But it would hardly be the first such case.
Those familiar with the story of Inslaw’s case management software called PROMIS and how it was stolen by the US Department of justice will see many similarities with McKibben’s story.
He’s been taking them to court ever since. What’s perhaps most shocking is how nearly all the judges hearing his cases, like Justice John Roberts have been heavily invested in Facebook, in clear conflicts of interest.
McKibben’s Leader Technologies was awarded three patents for this technology starting in 2006 and the current market value of the associated social media technology is $5-$6 trillion!
This interview brings a lot of important components together to form a coherent and penetrating understanding of the history of communications technologies since the early 20th century, the corporations and government bodies controlling these, their role in thought control and how the US bypasses the 4th Amendment via the Five Eyes signals intelligence alliance between Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US.