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A SPRING ISSUE - APRIL - tviNews Events
TVInews - 102 "Wireless System for Sale -- $15-billion -- Please Contact FCC For Rules. Charles Portz on Airwave Auction Set For June 29, 2006. Change a Word from Wireless Telephone Frequency, and Spectrums to Airwaves, and what do you get -- MONEY!
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1. Feature Story / Let's face it! -- By the stroke of a pen, the 1908 Wireless Telephone™ -- became Radio, LookRadio and now -- the V-Phone!
One of the basic claims of this week's philosophical trendy historical story, "Wireless System for Sale -- $15-billion," -- is exposing the art of knowing how and when to change the names of words. Charles Portz, attorney for NBS100, says, "describing "yesterday's hit money making trends, -- to temporarily avoid apperceptions, is an art and science industry in itself."
Today, the TeleCom names that have peeked highest in monetary value, are those trademarks, copyrights and patents involving RF ground energy, and the Ether. The Ether that surrounded the earth in the early 1900s, carried the voice signals that were transmitted into the Ether by a virtual NBS - RF grounded Aerial Coil.
"Without anybody noticing where the words came from, the words Ether, Coil, Aerial, and the system Wireless Telephone™ -- have all been converted to fit into today's land-line and Internet jargon. The airwaves produced by the Wireless Telephone™ -- is still part of the pipeline that feeds inflationary monetary profits and cost to the end user."
We all understand that the two words "Wireless Telephone™" is not used to flatter the world of WiFi, FiWi, FireWire, Radio or Television. Strange as it seems, by the stroke of a pen -- simple new words like 'Video, WiFi and EtherNet routers,' can create a reality," continued Portz,
•••Six weeks ago the headline read, -- "Nathan B. Stubblefield Family Trust and NBS100.com files Wireless Telephone Complaint against the FCC for $30-billion / NBS100 vs FCC. Attorney Charles Portz, of Houston says it's similar to the Holocaust vs France case, Sedition Laws. The Espionage Act of June 15, 1917. - MORE STORY ABOUT.
Running through the normal history of philosophical Wireless Telephone™ growth theories, this notion has gone from seeming radical and ridiculous -- to being a universally accepted truth that 27+15+3 equals 45. The latter figure (45), is the worth, in billions of dollars, and the market value of the airwave created by N.B. Stubblefield's, 1908 "Wireless Telephone™, when sold at auction on June 29th, 2006, by the FCC.
It appears the biggest question about the Wireless Telephone™, is not how to get a grip on the name, how to negotiate deals between rival wireless groups using a similiar WiFi or FiWi TV names, but how to stop and recognize the wars the EM wave has caused to put companies out of business. The wars in Europe, developed its "deadly" electromagnetic wave frequencies to control propaganda. The Sedition Laws of various nations, including the U.S. were used to seize the assets of its general population -- without due compensation. MORE STORY ABOUT THE SEIZURE OF HOLOCOST ASSETS. / EU TAKES MICROSOFT CODES.
It was just reported the other day, (April 13, 2006) -- that members of the Federal Communications Commission voted to require anonymous bidding at a June 29, 2006 auction to sell airwave rights. The rules, they stated, would help prevent companies from colluding to drive down prices. There was no mention of the fact that the inventor of the airwaves, Nathan B. Stubblefield, nor his trust, NBS100, was ever paid for the frequencies seized by reglatory seizure, during any part of the100-year-old history of the Wireless Telephone™.
The government, which plans to move the Defense Department and 11 other agencies to new frequencies, expects to auction 1,122 licenses and raise as much as $15 billion to develop a new wireless network for the 12 agencies.
"Charlie, -- why is the FCC taking such a massive position, and speculative approach by trading off existing frequencies to pay $15 billion for a new wireless network in the name of Defense?" asked Troy Cory-Stubblefield. "And if it is, is this just a ploy to throw off our $30-billion FCC claim and Wireless Cemetery Project?" MORE ABOUT WIRELESS CEMETERIES AND ARGOS. WIFI CEMETERIES
"In my opinion, no," Charlie replied.
The legal spokesman I'm in contact with at the FCC also denied our allegations that the FCC is maintaining "cookie jar" reserves, or pools of undeclared profit the FCC is saving-up until it is needed in a last-minute earnings boost to meet the all-important quarterly profit forecasts, like the report made by the FCC chainman, Kevin J. Martin.
On Tuesday, April 26, 2005, the chairman before the Subcommittee on Science, State, Justice, and Commerce of the Committee on Appropriations U.S. House of Representatives on the Federal Communications Commission's read the Fiscal Year 2006 Budget Estimates. MORE ABOUT FCC BUDGET
People familiar with NBS100 claim, who asked not to be named said that the government was looking at the possibilities of paying the claim, after the 2005 FCC reorganization and report. For all intents and purposes, the Martin report was not intended to cover-up the $27-billion dollars amount received from the accumulated auction sales since 1996. No one has said where the money went. Did it go into the U.S. General Budget or FCC Budget?
Part 02 / FCC AUCTIONS AND WORD THEORY
The resort to the incredible power of words is an index of the incredible powerlessness of human beings over actual things and one another. The Bush administration cannot decide the outcome of the Iraq conflict; there are a thousand factors entirely outside its power. But its spokesmen can control whether the sound "civil war" comes out of their mouths.
We can't stop people from changing the name Wireless Telephone™ to radio or cell phone, nor remove the names they use to refer to their wireless products, "without an infinite expenditure of resources we don't possess," said a spokeswoman for NBS100. But we can control our use of the term "Wireless Telephone™," -- and get paid for the spectrums and frequencies now being sold by the FCC and other foreign governments that seized the Wireless Telephone™ frequencies just about 90 years ago."
The success and growth of the land-line and wireless operational came only after the Communication Act of 1996 was enacted by Congress. The FCC, grew from just a regulator, to a thriving frequency air wave auction business, selling frequencies to a largely unregulated unit involving private DSL VoIP and re-generation telephoning operations.
"Today, anyone who thinks he/she can enter the WiFi Internet market, VoIP telephone, or broadband business, without air wave control by the FCC -- is out of luck," says Charlie. Charles Portz is the attorney for NBS100. -- FOR MORE PORTZ STORY.
The FCC's struggling investigative unit whose primarily purpose was to collect evidence for radio and television station violations, is in for a suprise. "Just ask New York's attorney general, Spitzer, concerning his payola and sexually content violations, or anyone of the major "big three" telephone companies competing with traditional utilities, they'll back-up our allegations. -- FOR MORE SPITZER PAYOLA STORY.
"The reason for the FCC reorganization after the resignation of Michael Powell," said a government Telecom spokesman, "was that the two units had developed a feuding relationship that led them to duplicate functions rather than cooperate." The move created important efficiencies and ended the internecine warfare that wasted time and effort. The Telecom official declined to discuss the case, saying, "he's not making any further statements for the moment."
3. Editor's Note / "The real life verbage you are reading in this article," says Stubblefield, "will be seen as part of our "Wireless System for Sale -- $30-billion!" script. The final re-write will include the "June FCC Auction proceedures, in the amount of $15-billion."
Copycats continuously compensate themselves by verbal omnipotence. It's hard to change anything substantial, that has not already been sung, patented or trademarked, "but it's easy to emit a slightly different noise from time to time, by the stroke of a pen or TeleKey board," says Convington. "If emitting original noises today can create a true reality, we'd all be little gods," says Crispin Sarwell in a recent editorial. CLICK TO READ MORE ABOUT THE ART OF STEALING.

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102 Nathan B. Stubblefield Family Trust and NBS100.com files Wireless Telephone Complaint against the FCC for $30-billion / NBS100 vs FCC, Attorney Charles Portz, of Houston says it's similiar to the Holocaust vs France case, Sedition Laws. The Espionage Act of June 15, 1917 - A telephonic interview conducted by CSN - Pete Allman, and Josie Cory. MORE STORY.

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102 Charles Portz Heads NBS100 Legal Panel GRANT? WHAT'S A RDIF? - The $100 Million Dollar Feature Film - Based on Book "Disappointments Are Great" By Troy and Josie Cory-Stubblefield. NBStubblefield, "The Secret Keeper", and his Wireless Telephone. 102FCCPortzNBSmovie.htm

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