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Media Colluding With EPO Autocrats Who Break the Law, Aiming to Mislead the Public

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Courts outsourced to the US in order for them to decide whether courts being outsourced to the US are a legally valid construct. Let that sink in...

Summary: Kangaroo courts of the EPO are being advertised by the EPO; the media 'plugs' about G1/21 will soon follow

THIS Web site has put aside most matters in order to focus fully on G1/21. It's not about this one case alone; many other cases are like it, so it's part of a systemic abuse and broader pattern of injustice being rubber-stamped as 'lawful'.

"The EPO has lots of propaganda lined up."The decision cannot be hidden entirely from the public (sometimes they limit the language/s of dissemination so as to discourage outside enquiry); nor can the hearings be obstructed or access to them suppressed. The EPO 'tweeted' about it yesterday (screenshot above), only hours after this (apparently first) puff piece.

Sorry, mate; No comment on G1/21 just yetIt's worth noting that other than that, EPO's Twitter account is in full imposter mode, milking its EIA puff pieces (that it spends about 10 million euros on!) to make the EPO look like a bunch of high-profile scientists, merely because along with patent applications in north America and east Asia they also sent an analogous application to the EPO.

At the moment, Google News is looking like this (localised for the UK):


We expect that to change a lot in the coming days. The EPO has lots of propaganda lined up. This is some people's job.

Some background reading about the case can be found below. We published the final part of this series earlier today.

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