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A mobile and digital world . From bicycles to space rockets , The Internet has been instrumental in moving innovation forward.Do we know the full story ?   Read a side to its history that Telecom does not want you to know about . A black woman claims that her contributions are responsible for the success of the modern day Internet . The inventor Dorothy M. Hartman alleges that her civil and constitutional rights are being abused having been given permission under the Obama Administration . Find out more through this Blog.[ History of Digital World ]

 

 

Welcome to Telecommunication’s greatest secret , the involvement of an African – American woman in the changes to the Internet in 1990 which led to the successful Internet of today – even as it continues to expand . Some consider the Internet the greatest invention of the 20th Century. Today’s successful Internet is the result of this inventor’s intellectual contributions . This information is being deliberately suppressed , alleges the Inventor [ History of The Digital World Digimon ]

Read more in this blog and Patent Application 11/003123 , the Accessing Accessibility Process at the USPTO.gov website .

The Government Technology Advancement- not by itself

If you sold $500 phones and $1500 computers to billions of people , you would be a billionaire as well

Dorothy Hartman , inventor alleges that trillion dollar tech industry has resulted because of 1990 changes in the Internet

The African-American Inventor alleges that Creativity made the difference in the creation of the Internet

Technology did not do this all by itself and neither did the Federal Government says Hartman . It is said that Al Gore did not invent the Internet , but nothing is ever said about who did . “There are a number of inventors , technicians , and players involved in the Internet according to its written history. However it is a huge structure now transcending nations as this government gave away stolen intellectual property rights “, alleges Inventor Hartman .

If you had the ability to sell your technological gadgets , internet service provider , and commerce to billions of people online – you could become a billionaire too . The ideas of the original Internetting projects or Internet which stemmed from Darpa , Robert kahn and Vinton Cerf pioneers in the field – are those names associated with technology advancement and rightfully so . Thousands of technology companies keep the modern day Internet which is different from that of the earlier founders running but the inventive ideas of the modern day Internet come from the inventor , Dorothy M. Hartman who is an African-American woman whose civil and constitutional rights have been sacrificed for the glorification of others . The huge success and the trillion dollar enterprises that result from it began because the federal government under the auspices of the National Science Foundation used her ideas to resurrect what was left of the old Arpanet parked as the NSFnet .Before changes in Telecom caused by the reduction of her ideas to practice alleges the inventor – Computers were being sold from garages.

The modern day Internet did not suddenly appear out of nowhere and it was not a natural extension or evolution of the original “Internetting Projects” under the Arpanet created by Darpa in 1969 . The present day Internet is a result of changes made to the prior telecom structures retired and parked with the government under the National Science Foundation as the NSFnet .Hartman developed her concepts and typed them on a 1989 Mac Computer similar to the one in the photographs .The Internet based on the Arpanet could not accomodate billions of people . The Inventor Hartman’s ideas account for the modern day Internet’s capability of servicing huge numbers of users

1987 Internet based on the Arpanet
1987 Mobile Phone Blogspot

Hartman developed her concepts and typed them on a 1989 Mac Computer similar to the one in the photographs .The Internet based on the Arpanet could not accomodate billions of people . The Inventor Hartman’s ideas account for the modern day Internet’s capability of servicing huge numbers of users

1989 Apple Computer

Dorothy M. Hartman , retired Science Teacher and founder of ABFY SELLERS GROUP INC. alleges that her ideas on how to improve Telecommunications were used by the National Science Foundation to Commercialize or set up the residual telecom structures for privitization . This enabled the access of telecommunications for use by businesses and ordinary consumers to transact exchanges of information and services across cyberspace . Hartman’s ideas of using cyberspace which has been inherent in computers since their invention in 1967 as a warehouse or virtual marketplace for exchange is what revolutionized Telecommunications in the 1990’s leading to what was first called the Information Superhighway and later morphing into a seamless Internet structure which can be accessed all over the world and outside of it limited only by the need for the necessary equipment . Hartman’s ideas were truly novel and revolutionary but this woman’s invention and legacy have been taken over by the Federal Government and given over to corporations and public use without declaration of Eminent Domain with no compensation or acknowledgment to her . Intellectual property is the same as any other kind and when it is stolen , there should be an accounting under Due Process of Law .

Hartman says because of her race , gender , and handicap the trifecta of discrimination she has been overlooked and mistreated . It is a blatant injustice that needs to be corrected . “This is about more than money”, says Hartman . “This is about being treated as a human being , a born and raised citizen of this country and supposed equal access to the law strengthened by Title 42 of the 1966 Civil Rights Act. This is about human dignity and justice . I am not a slave and my name and reputation should not be sullied for speaking up about my rights . These things are blatantly wrong and unjust ”

The Government and Tech ” Did Not Do It All By Itself” . The Internet thrives today in all of its forms – no matter what you think of it as not all forms are good .The Internet itself has already produced more innovations and inventors than any other invention in history . Whether it is government surveillance , the success of Ecommerce , or the success of technology – it all began with the ideas of improving and expanding telecommunications by a humble woman who is still being robbed of stolen intellectual property and lack of recognition for her contributions . See the entire Accessing Accessibility Process , Patent Application No. 11003123 at the USPTO.gov website . The Internet today is so great that this map which was computer generated by PEER 1 is used to show the millions ( now billions of websites that exist ). So many that the map was generated by a computer . Hartman’s ideas of using cyberspace as an alternate marketplace or virtual space for transactions of goods , services , and data on the Internet produced the expansion and the capability of the Internet to absorb billions of consumers at one time . Technological gadgets and protocol simply make it accessible . They did not invent the process .

 

Billions of websites available because of Hartman’s ideas and contributions to the transformation of the Internet in 1990

Pennsylvania Justice

 

The Status of Pennsylvania Justice

Final Report of Pennsylvania Supreme Court Committee on Race and Gender Bias in the Justice System .

Below are some direct quotes from the Committee Report itself dated 2005 describing some of the research and suggested amendments and recommendations :

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INTRODUCTION
While other chapters of this report discuss instances of bias in specific typesof legal cases and settings, this chapter discusses instances and perceptionsof racial, ethnic, and gender bias that cut across all aspects of the judicial system. Specifically, the Committee reviewed instances of racial, ethnic, and
gender bias as perceived, reported and reflected by actual participants in the judicial process—judges, attorneys, litigants, witnesses, and court employees throughout Pennsylvania, in both the civil and criminal justice systems.

RACIAL AND ETHNIC BIAS
Many people who come into contact with the Pennsylvania justice system report that there is racial and ethnic bias within the system. While most agree that intentionally offensive behavior has declined in recent decades, many people of color still detect evidence of bias lingering in judicial hallways, in the workplace, and in courtrooms. Bias may be evident when, for instance, an African American attorney is called a derogatory, racially inspired name. The signs of bias may also take a more subtle form when, for example, counsel refers to an African American witness as “Johnny” and a white witness as “Mr. Smith,” or when a court employee raises an eyebrow as an African American man stands to answer the question “Who represents the plaintiff?”

Through public hearings, interviews, focus group sessions, and other research tools during the past two years, the Committee has grappled with fundamental questions concerning courtroom speech or conduct that calls attention to a person’s race or ethnic identity. When are comments improper and demeaning? How does the court respond when a litigant has been insulted, demeaned, or disrespected on the basis of race or ethnicity? And when do disrespectful comments and behaviors materially undermine the ability of a person to perform professionally in the courtroom?
Statements made to the Committee in public hearings and focus groups suggest that, at a minimum, race- or ethnic-based comments and conduct tip the courtroom’s level playing field, whether the persons being singled out are attorneys, litigants, or witnesses. Expressions of bias impose upon people of color a barrier to effective performance that does not exist for white courtroom participants. Displays of respect and disrespect are bound to register on judges and jurors as they make the myriad decisions associated with a trial. Therefore, any conduct warrants scrutiny and correction when it singles out one participant and places him or her in an unfavorable light.
The Melior Group and V. Kramer & Associates conducted focus groups and interviews on the topics of racial, ethnic, and gender bias in the courtroom. During these sessions, they gathered “numerous accounts” of apparent offhand comments that injected condescension or hostility into courtroom proceedings. An assistant district attorney in Philadelphia, for instance, used the term “boy” in reference to a 50-year-old African American defendant.1 Elsewhere, court personnel were overheard using stereotypical code-speak (“What can you expect from them?”)2 to characterize litigants.

PERCEPTIONS AND OCCURRENCES OF RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GENDER BIAS IN THE COURTROOM
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There can be no doubt that such statements are made. There is no need here, however, to determine their frequency or precise location because, as the attached final report of The Melior Group and V. Kramer & Associates notes, arguments about the depth and breadth of racial or ethnic bias are “largely
extraneous,” or beside the point. “We think that the Committee should direct its considerations to the central issue that is commonly expressed by the study’s participants,” the report says. “That is, racial bias, whether emanating from
insensitivity, indifference, ignorance, or negative prejudice, compromises and injures the parties affected. It fosters unequal treatment and unequal outcomes in the one area where justice is sought.”3 Sources of Information .The Committee conducted an extensive literature review, examining more than 20 recent task force reports on racial and ethnic bias from other states
and federal judicial circuits. Many of the reports regard perceptions of bias as a critical element to be examined. As a judge said in the Second Circuit’s 1997 report on gender, racial, and ethnic fairness in federal court, “After all, even if the courts are fair, unless those appearing in them think so, we have a
problem.”4 One consistent finding in most studies is that a large percentage of women and people of color regard bias as common within the courts, while men—and particularly white men—believe it occurs only in rare instances. This finding appears to hold true for groups of judges, litigators,
witnesses, and litigants.

A summary of key findings from other state and
federal task force reports, including the 1997 report of the Third Circuit Task Force on Equal Treatment in the Court, is included later in this chapter. The Committee found the same dichotomy in perceptions of biased conduct in Pennsylvania that were noted in other state and federal task force reports. The Committee reviewed prior relevant studies conducted in Pennsylvania,
notably the Philadelphia Bar Association’s 1988 Report of the Special Committee on Employment of Minorities in the Legal Profession. The Committee also generated current data through its own study conducted by The Melior Group and V. Kramer & Associates and through public hearings held throughout the Commonwealth. The consultants conducted interviews
with judges and litigants and held focus groups with attorneys and court employees in Philadelphia, Erie, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh.

366
MODEL CODES OF PROFESSIONAL
CONDUCT
The Committee concluded, based upon the findings of its study of Perceptions and Occurrences of Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Bias in the Courtroom, that the codes of professional conduct governing the behavior of judges, attorneys, and court personnel should be modified to specifically address biased behavior by those members of the legal community. In December 2000, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania adopted the Code of Civility, designed to “assist judges and lawyers in how to conduct
themselves in a manner that preserves the dignity and honor of the judiciary and the legal profession.” While the Committee applauds the effort of the Court to encourage civility among members of the legal community, given the data collected by the Committee, it recommends that new sections be added to the existing Code of Judicial Conduct and to the
Code of Professional Responsibility specifically prohibiting the judiciary and attorneys from manifesting bias in the performance of their duties. The Committee also recommends that a code for court employees be adopted in Pennsylvania prohibiting discriminatory conduct based on race, ethnicity, and gender, among other factors.
JUDICIARY
Toward that end, the Committee reviewed codes of judicial conduct enacted by other states and the model code recommended by the ABA. After much deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend that the model code
drafted by the ABA be incorporated into the existing Pennsylvania Code of Judicial Conduct. The pertinent sections are set forth below:

PERCEPTIONS AND OCCURRENCES OF RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GENDER BIAS IN THE COURTROOM
367
CANON 3 A JUDGE SHALL PERFORM THE DUTIES
OF JUDICIAL OFFICE IMPARTIALLY AND
DILIGENTLY.
CANON 3B(5) A judge shall perform judicial duties without
bias or prejudice. A judge shall not, in the
performance of judicial duties, by words or
conduct manifest bias or prejudice, including
but not limited to bias or prejudice based upon
race, sex, religion, national origin, disability,
age, sexual orientation or socioeconomic
status, and shall not permit staff, court
officials and others subject to the judge’s
direction and control to do so.268

CANON 3B(6) A judge shall require lawyers in proceedings
before the judge to refrain from manifesting,
by words or conduct, bias or prejudice based
upon race, sex, religion, national origin,
disability, age, sexual orientation or
socioeconomic status, against parties,
witnesses, counsel or others. This Section
3B(6) does not preclude legitimate advocacy
when race, sex, religion, national origin,
disability, age, sexual orientation or
socioeconomic status, or other similar factors
are issues in the proceedings.269

ATTORNEYS
Similarly, the Committee reviewed codes of conduct for practicing attorneys in other states, as well as the model rules of professional conduct recommended by the ABA. Pennsylvania’s Code of Professional Responsibility incorporates the model rule of professional conduct recommended by the ABA set forth below:
Rule 8.4 Misconduct
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:
− (d) Engage in conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice. Based upon its review, the Committee recommends that the Code of Professional Responsibility governing the behavior of attorneys licensed to practice in Pennsylvania be amended to include the following additional provision:
PERCEPTIONS AND OCCURRENCES OF RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GENDER BIAS IN
THE COURTROOM
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A lawyer violates the prohibition against conduct that is
prejudicial to the administration of justice when, in the course
of representing a client, manifests by words or conduct, bias or
prejudice based upon race, sex, religion, national origin,
disability, age, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.
COURT PERSONNEL
Codes of professional conduct for court employees are a recent
development built on similar codes for judges and lawyers. New Jersey adopted the first state code for court personnel.270 There is also a national code promulgated by the National Association for Court Management.271

Additionally, the states of California and Vermont have adopted a code of conduct governing the behavior of judicial branch personnel.272 Based upon its review of the various conduct codes for court personnel, the Committee recommends that Pennsylvania adopt the following code for employees of
the court to follow:
Employees of the court shall not, in conduct of service to the
court and public, discriminate on the basis of, nor manifest by
verbal or written comment or conduct, a bias or prejudice based
upon race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, age,
disability, marital status, sexual orientation or socioeconomic
status that adversely affects the person’s ability to use the
facilities or services provided by the Judiciary. Discriminatory
behavior also includes any actions, either implicit or explicit,
which adversely affect an employee’s work assignment, work
environment, salary, career or promotional opportunities due to
a bias or prejudice based upon race, color, sex, religion national
origin, ancestry, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation
or socioeconomic status.

Inventor’s Home Illegally Confiscated

African American Inventor Claims Home Illegally Confiscated

As retaliation for her having won in a lawsuit against Dennis Milstein , John D’Angelo ,Greenwich Walk Homeowners et al , where the charges had been initially  FRAUD and DISCRIMINATION and afterwards participating in a survey with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Committee on Race and Gender Bias in the Justice System because she says that the Court dismissed the subpoena for the material witness for Violations of the Fair Trade Policy Act to appear in court , the case was decided on a minor charge of Negligence . Hartman alleges that she became the victim of a witch hunt and ‘lynch mob’ . When she admitted during a deposition that through her proposals for a home based business Talk Shoppe Inc. that her contributions were instrumental in the invention of the modern day Internet – she says the abuse escalated – especially after Obama and his Attorney General Eric Holder refused to investigate her charges of fraud in the Patent Office . Credit and opportunity regarding her intellectual property was given to others under the Obama Administration . “Just as he abdicated the country’s treasury to the banks , he abdicated my intellectual property to corporations and those already in the industry without so much as an honorable mention of me .  Not only was I not given funding for my startup but no opportunity to participate . My name and participation completely eliminated . This in spite of the fact that no Internet existed at the time – as the previous telecom network ,Internet , or Internetting Projects as they were called had been retired or ended by 1989 . My writings to government about using what I entitled The Accessing Accessibility Method is what brought the Internet back and successfully – as my concepts work. ” For this my name and reputation has been smeared and countless abuses carried out under the radar using lawlessness or blatant violations for the rule of law .

African American Inventor and founder of ABFY Sellers Group , Dorothy M. Hartman alleges home is now being illegally confiscated . The Inventor who claims to have invented the modern day Internet alleges that a fraudulent mortgage foreclosure carried out by municipal corruption involving racist realtors with ties to the Courts in Philadelphia are illegally confiscating her home after trashing it and that the court cases are unjust . She alleges that she was placed in this position by the misappropriation of her intellectual property by the federal government and persecuted for standing up for her rights . Court actions based on fraud , defamation , and the intentional preventing her from hiring professional attorneys using deliberately perjured information .
Home illegally confiscated

Her home which had been appraised at $375,000 was trashed and then illegally confiscated with false documents and in a kangaroo court of wrong jurisdiction . She has asked for investigations of the events , even to the new Attorney General of the state but thus far none have been done .

After filing lawsuits against a realtor and high powered government officials in Philadelphia she was targeted for slandering , harassment, and bullying . Following that her home and automobiles were vandalized. She sued a Realtor , Secretary of the Philadelphia Civil Service Commission and an attorney , and Captain of a Police District for Violation of Fair Trade Practices and Racial Discrimination in their capacity as members of a condominium association board .  Earlier she had  purchased a condominium in the highly competitive real estate area – the home near Independence Hall and tourist sections of Philadelphia where she alleges that she had been subjected to racial epithets and fraud . There was active gentrification to remove many black owners who had owned their homes for years.

After being unable to resolve issues and the ongoing neglect and refusal of the board to maintain and upkeep her apartment unit – she filed suit . Inventor tries to defend property rights in Court 

These people were the board of directors for the condominium association where she purchased a condominium . She says that the board members were dismissed from any serious charges by lenient judge(s) ruling on nepotism and prejudice – one of whom addressed the Secretary and apologized to him his having to come to court . The jury was instructed to drop the more serious charges of fraud and discrimination but it ruled unanimously to award her the verdict in her favor on a minor charge of Negligence . Although she sold the condominium and purchased her present home -she has been continuously harassed , her home and automobiles vandalized with the authorities failing to act against those involved . In retaliation for her lawsuits against the VIP’s in Philadelphia government and her participation with the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Committee 2005 Report on Racial and Gender Bias –  The bullying and harassment have been extreme because after admitting in a deposition in 1997 that she had been involved in the invention of the modern day Internet – she has been especially ridiculed and her reputation slandered in an effort to discredit her . The Inventor alleges that her claims are valid because her ideas were used by the National Science Foundation in 1990 to transform the Internet that has only existed since the early 1990’s .

She was asked to participate in the Committee’s Report by a black , female judge to provide her experiences within the court which ran from interruption of due process to the judge ignoring a subpoena of a witness to come to court and she provided that information for the 1999 report . She alleges that because of the highly racist environment and deep resentment of her academic achievements in spite of setbacks – that she has been subjected to unjust court rulings .  Read More here at Injustice to the Black Inventor .

Pennsylvania has been the subject of several justice scandals including Mumia Abu- Jamal whom some consider a political prisoner , the bombing of MOVE a commune of African-Americans in Philadelphia the only known bombing of its own citizens within a city , Kathleen Cane who released racist and pornographic emails circulated among prosecutors and Supreme Court Justices , and until recently after a few thousand were released known as the state with the highest number of Black incarcerations. Public education has not had an approved budget for two years in a row and some students , Blacks reportedly have no schools that they can attend. Although the Mortgage Foreclosure was filed in State Court , the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia – the Inventor asked that the matter be heard in Federal Court because of the violations to her civil and constitutional rights .
She filed the case in Federal Court because she alleges that it was all a “set up” to retaliate against her based on complaints she filed with Federal Agencies against both the Bank of America and the City of Philadelphia which she alleges set out to ruin her . The case has a long and documented history which is on file with the Comptroller of the Currency – yet the federal judge , Paul S. Diamond chose to ignore the Inventor’s complaints about the violation of her civil and constitutional rights and remanded the case back to State Court where the foreclosure was then forced through .
” The Bank of America sold off the loan to the Bank of New York Mellon which instituted a so called In Rem action which is really a cloaked In Personam action “, alleges Hartman . “The mortgage forced through in the wrong court of jurisdiction . There were federal questions and therefore the case should have been held in federal court with a jury trial which is what I requested.  I rue the day that I ever shared money-making inventive ideas with people who uphold tenets of ‘Institutionalized Racism’. All I have done is teach and try to help people and I am treated as the scapegoat for their crimes . Civil and Constitutional laws need to be enforced to correct injustice to blacks . My home confiscated fraudulently in retaliation for me trying to defend both my real estate and intellectual property rights.”

The Inventor filed in federal court because of the violations to both her civil and constitutional rights . The federal judge on the case failed to take into account evidence that the Inventor’s civil and constitutional rights are and have been violated . The Inventor alleges that he improperly remanded the case back to State Court and that she has been placed in a position of having to fight portions of the same case in both courts while the federal judge has dismissed all charges against the perpetrators . The inventor has appealed the case in both courts , as it is in State Court that the bank has been allowed to seize her property because evidence is being either ignored and/or withheld in both courts that the case belongs under the jurisdiction of the federal court . The inventor has appealed in both courts and she avows that she deserves her day in court . The State Supreme Court and the U.S. Supreme Court both refused to review the case. The Federal Judge on the case Paul S. Diamond is trending in the news because of his rulings on other cases
Judge Rejects Immigration Case

Totally outraged by what the Inventor alleges is further abomination and lawlessness in taking property that belongs to her under the guise of law but blacked out in the media to hide the overwhelming abuses , the inventor has filed a complaint with the state’s new Attorney General.

More to Life Than Skin Color

There’s more to life than skin color – the Inventor speaks out .

UNITY is necessary but cannot and should not be acquired at the expense of segregating ourselves from each other or from others .

Just because I do not support hypocrisy and appeasement does not mean that I am not ” Black”, obviously .

Although the Internet as created and conceived by this Inventor as this form of the Internet has only existed since 1990 has produced more businesses ,jobs ,titles , and other inventions than any other invention in history .

Because of Skin Color as a result I have had to stand on the front lines of the battles against racism and sexism and be persecuted for it – the give away of valuable intellectual property and credit to others without giving the inventor the opportunity to compete. The illegal confiscation of my home being aided by a federal judge -the latest abusive insult ! Whereas it is exceedingly important to stop the epidemic of injury or death to Blacks by law enforcement and the assault on public education , the school to prison pipeline and other indignities suffered by Black people – keep in mind that African-American are not in this fight alone .

National Science Foundation commissions Merit Network to Commercialize Internet

There are other people who are with us and have been from the time of the Abolishionists and John Brown’s Raid. Do not let skin color make a fool out of you and some of us really need to learn how to agree while we disagree.


The changes and improvements that resulted in an Internet that works and has expanded all over the world is worthy of acknowledgment and compensation . However the Barack Obama administration , the first African-American president spent more time in and effort in advancing special interest groups than in his own race which has been oppressed for over 400 years .

There is good in the Obama administration . For the first time , a Black even though of mixed race was elected as president . President Obama has not embarrassed himself as leader of the country . He has demonstrated to the entire world that Blacks are as capable as any other race of national leadership and participating on the world stage . As black people we knew that already as we are not an aberration of humanity , simply another race of human beings but still , Homo Sapiens .

However it is time for a real change in leadership in the country – one that President Obama promised in his campaign speeches but never brought . No doubt an obstinate Congress intent on stonewalling and blocking him from some of his goals played a significant role . However while putting forth a populous message , he has given overwhelming support to Wall Street and Corporate Interests. He and his Attorney General Eric Holder did not protect the inventor’s right to protections under civil and constitutional rights of her Patent Application No. 11003123 at USPTO.gov .

“Keeping my websites offline , trashing and setting up a fraudulent mortgage foreclosure on my home will not change the truth . I am the inventor that brought the Internet to life and made it successful . Now the arrogant and the oppressive having been given license to do so by the U.S. Patent Office and the Obama administration assuming default ownership of my intellectual property have tried to set me up as a pariah by suppressing the truth and trying to discredit me .

I have had to listen to that criticism of not being ‘black enough’ and sexism being an African-American woman who has been in a field dominated by men and other ethnic groups for a long time and that field is Science . More so , since I went public about my claims to the Internet – the most prolific invention of the 20th Century. Only doing so after becoming a target of abuse for intentional discrimination and the take away of my property without compensation . I worked hard to achieve everything that I have and of course 3 or more times as hard , being disadvantaged . This criticism even comes from some within my own community because I believe in ‘living your dreams and goals to the best of your ability instead of talking about them’. African- Americans are not monoliths but we all share the experience of being treated as 2nd class citizens . It is all absolutely foolish as I am the one suffering the loss of my home and other indignities for even speaking out about my property rights both real estate and intellectual .

What greater platform does a man have than being President of the United States to do something to help the plight of Blacks in this nation ? For 7 years of his presidency President Obama did nothing affirmatively or directly to address the plight of African-Americans in a nation that has held them as underclass citizens for over 400 years . Only upon the efforts of young people in the Black Lives Matter movement and the epidemic of killings of primarily young men of color has he been prompted to respond .

Although African- American and economically disadvantaged I directly asked for his or his Attorney General’s investigation into what I allege were fraudulent dealings regarding my patent application for Accessing Accessibility – his imposition instead was on the side of corporations . Apparently enlisting Senators Leahy and Smith to write and rush through Patent Law legislation that would prevent patentability of my invention . The changes were not effective since I was First to Invent and First to File , so the Office hung its decision to deny based on “indefiniteness”13-1070.opinion.3-6-2013.1 which I allege is a red herring and legally flawed .

It should never had been necessary for me to apply for a patent as being only a human being I never had any intention of ruling over the Internet . It was always my conception and contribution that telecom be open to businesses and ordinary consumers . However since the government has helped itself to my intellectual property for its benefit and essentially the benefit of the entire world – the very least it should have done was acknowledge me for my contributions and award me appropriately . Or even had given me funding to start my own telecommunications company as well which is why I went to them with the idea in the first place .Hartman’s ideas to government

To the contrary President Obama worked behind the scenes of the ” free-and-open Internet ” and ” net-neutrality” debate to insure that the big corporations held onto their rights to telecom , ecommerce , and Information technology . These fields and the tremendous economic expansion that arose from them after 1990 can all be traced to the ideas which I shared with the federal government regarding what a significant impact commercializing telecom would have on the economy . Those ideas submitted in writing under the title ” The Feasibility of Accessing Accessibility ” ushered in the use of Cyberspace by the technology industry and has changed the way the entire world interacts and does business . The Internet is now all over the world and has brought trillions of dollars into the United States economy and provides this administration with some of its most used tools surveilance and monitoring . That is why the Internet appeared after 1990 and has expanded into every sphere of the planet . Multimedia now possible .

Yet this President when I went to him about how my intellectual property rights – did absolutely nothing to help me , but worked in favor of corporations . A patent application should never have been necessary on my part . However it became necessary for me to file legally for my rights and that has brought a slew of court cases including the most recent which I allegeInventor’s Home Vandalized and Seized is the illegal taking of my house to continue to persecute the ‘nigra’ and ‘keep her in her place ‘. All of this in written history to the U.S. Attorney General office regarding the discrimination and abuses that I have had to endure while corporations have been allowed free rein producing millionaires and billionaires some of it through the use of my intellectual property . I am not the smartest , greatest , and best of anything or anybody . I just want to be appreciated for who I am and what I achieved. I do understand that I am by no means by myself. There have been many African-American inventors that have gone unrecognized and no doubt uncompensated /

The 18 million dollars that he recently set aside for initiatives for African-American girls is a nice gesture – but a band aid to what could have and should have been done . He has continued to disregard damages to the black inventor whose seemingly insignificant contribution is the reason why the Internet is in existence today . The reasons being my skin color , disability status and that millions of dollars are owed to me in compensation. To allow the kind of outright assault on my fourteenth and other constitutional rights with no response from the federal government of any credit to me has outraged me . The number “13” should stand for the violation of the 13th Amendment that supposedly ended slavery because that is the way that I have been treated in reference to all of my property both intellectual and real property – while this leadership has allowed it .

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History Repeats

There is good in the Obama administration . For the first time , a Black even though of mixed race was elected as president . President Obama has not embarrassed himself as leader of the country . He has demonstrated to the entire world that Blacks are as capable as any other race of national leadership and participating on the world stage . As black people we knew that already as we are not an aberration of humanity , simply another race of human beings but still , Homo Sapiens .

However it is time for a real change in leadership in the country – one that President Obama promised in his campaign speeches but never brought . No doubt an obstinate Congress intent on stonewalling and blocking him from some of his goals played a significant role . However while putting forth a populous message , he has given overwhelming support to Wall Street and Corporate Interests.Corporate Elitism

What is still needed is real change that will break with 30 years of bad policies and politics that are taking the country in the wrong direction . A change that will be affirmative to the rights of the country’s citizens while being cognizant and actively involved in understanding that civil rights laws and constitutional laws some already on the books need to be enforced for African-Americans so as to ‘level the playing field.’ For the past 30 or more years the country has gone backwards on the subject of race aided by changes to laws regarding the establishment of prisons as an industry and eliminating social safety nets like ‘Welfare’ which kept the homeless and mentally ill off the streets .

It is time to look ahead towards leadership that is not necessarily bleeding liberal but realistic and pragmatic in understanding that the welfare of the entire country is good for all of its people .