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09.12.20

UPC ‘Progress’ or Hoax?

Posted in Deception, Europe, Patents at 1:25 am by Guest Editorial Team

The real ’9/11 hoax’ seems to be a couple of blog postings from Team UPC

UPC boat sinks

Summary: Team UPC (Bristows in this case) has ironically chosen this bizarre day to push its ridiculous lies about the Unitary Patent Court’s (UPC) prospects

TEAM UPC has almost been ‘disbanded’; it’s hard to see or hear from it anymore. Morale is near zero. Even Bristows has said nothing about it since July… until yesterday. ‘UPC 9/11′? No, that was years ago. They want us to think there’s progress. But what are the underlying facts of substance?

“Team UPC has almost been ‘disbanded’; it’s hard to see or hear from it anymore.”Let’s examine. Let’s see what actually happened, shall we?

So on the 11th of September (yes, that day), for the first time in 2 months, Bristows decided to pretend that UPC makes some “progress” (the title says “meets” and “progresses”).

“The meeting, the first since March 2017, was 100% digital due to the corona pandemic and travel restrictions,” they wrote anonymously in Kluwer Patent Blog (almost at the same time) in order to push/advance those laughable illusions of UPC “progress”.

“Even Bristows has said nothing about it since July… until yesterday.”So it wasn’t really a meeting but a bunch of people having a webchat. And what is it that’s said to have progressed?

The post says: “The Unitary Patent system can start in the near future.”

Really? Says who?

“That is one of the conclusions of a meeting held yesterday by the Preparatory Committee of the Unified Patent Court.”

Oh yeah, the people whose job it has been to lie for at least a decade (to the public, to politicians, and so-called ‘journalists’ who just print puff pieces, sometimes in exchange for bribes). They just want to protect their obsolete jobs. Are they subjected to/under the umbrella of the furlough scheme?

“They just want to protect their obsolete jobs.”So the title is misleading.

“Some observers think the German ratification procedure may be completed as soon as this year,” it says.

What observers? Speaking about oneself? Or some imaginary straw man you’ve just created?

There are even laughable phrases like “as soon as the ratification process is completed” as if it’s inevitable and imminent.

“What will future employers think of all those “fake news” blog postings?”The Bristows site speaks of “final preparations, such as recruitment of judges, can take place.”

Oh, back to necrophilia then.

Bristows lost a lot (almost all) of the staff that shilled lobbied for the UPC, or maybe that staff went elsewhere, became silent, or simply too embarrassed to remark on the subject. Gregory Bacon is a very brave boy; he keeps lying and lying and lying without fear of the consequences to his reputation. Silly fool. What will future employers think of all those “fake news” blog postings? Maybe the blog and the blog posts will go offline to spare the shame.

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