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05.11.16

[ES] Paracaídas de Oro o No, Battistelli Está Desperdiciándo Dinero Con Su Fetiche de Guardia Pretoriana

Posted in Europe, Patents at 4:20 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europe, Patentes at 3:18 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

¿Qué es lo que sigue? ¿Una limosina a prueba de balas para el Rey Sol?

EPO Frame Breaking

Summary: Battistelli está desperdiciándo dinero de la Oficina Europea de Patentes (EPO) por su paranoíco estado mental y más gente comienza a hablar de ello (ya era hora)

La obsesión de Battistelli con su Guardia Pretoriana no es nada nuevo. El ego de este tipo es más grande que toda Bavaria y sólo ve conspiraciónes alrededor de él. Un César en su propia mente, Battistelli exibe muchos síntomas de megalomanía y esta megalomanía le cuesta a la EPO (o a los contribuyentes y aplicantes) una gran cantidad de dinero.

El ego de este tipo es más grande que toda Bavaria y sólo ve conspiraciónes alrededor de él.

Merpel acaba de publicareste nuevo post acerca de los affairs de la EPO; ya que mucho de ello repite o revisa información que es de semanas o meses atrás, pero hay algo nuevo (para nosotros) bits de información. Aquí esta el último párrafo que es el que llama más la atención:

Mientras tanto, los informes de los contratos firmados recientemente por la EPO se refieren a 6 contratos con 6 individuos para proporcionar “protección cercana” a causa de “aumento de las necesidades de seguridad”, a un costo de 550.000 € por 6 meses. Merpel se asombra de que la alta dirección de EPO se considera que está en necesidad de dicha protección.

Como una persona lo señaló: “En cuanto a la protección ‘Cercana’, el propio Presidente relaciona el problema de ser un francés en una posición relevante como la cabeza de una organización internacional – este comentario se produjo después de las diversas actividades recientes terroristas en Francia (y Bélgica). No se supone que se trate de los asuntos internos.”

Otra personadice: “Estoy todavía asombrado que UPC sea construída sobre las fundaciónes de la EPC, cuando la EPC requiere una reforma para implementar una independencial judicial y ejecutiva.”

Bueno, escribimos acerca de ello esta tarde (demasiada propaganda de la EPO con respecto a la UPC en estos días, ya que la agenda es más importante que la verdad). Humildemente Esperamos que los examinadores de la EPO se unan a nuestra lucha contra este esfuerzo antidemocrático para castigar a casi todo el mundo dentro de la EPO por el bien de las empresas del otro lado de el Atlántico. Este es el neoliberalismo trabajando. A principios del siglo XXI el colonialismo viene esta vez del otro lado del charco. No debemos dejar que pongan cadenas a toda Europa y por inercia al resto del mundo.

Humildemente Esperamos que los examinadores de la EPO se unan a nuestra lucha contra este esfuerzo antidemocrático para castigar a casi todo el mundo dentro de la EPO por el bien de las empresas del otro lado de el Atlántico.

Como nota de lado, en relación a este viejo artículo de IP Kat, un lector nos dijo: “Eso es lo que apareció en IPKat. Sin embargo, HAY mucho más acerca de ello. Varios directores informaron a los examinadores que la nueva iniciativa de Battistelli, la certidumbre anticipada de búsqueda, tiene un presupuesto de pérdida. Una pérdida que puede ser tan alta como 400 millones de euros!”

No puedo proporciónar más información por ahorael lector nos dijo, “pero podríás preguntar acerca de ello. Estoy seguro que otros empleados de la EPO podrían contribuír.”

Ya habiendo recibido otros válidos datos esperamos que alguién nos contacte y provea información acerca de esto.

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