Saturday, March 11, 2017

Judyth Very Faker's Shell Game Part 2

Is Judyth Very Faker actually living in Fayetteville, NC?

Here's why I ask....
Judyth Very Faker just posted this on Facecrook ....

 I did a quick address search and found this....

 The mailing address for this non-profit changed according to the NC Secretary of State Corporations Website.

So I kept looking and found this...

 Josiah Baker, Judyth Very Faker's son.

But get this...since 2014, Baker has been an official with the Economic Sustainability Foundation in Florida..

Here's the link....

If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you can click on the latest filings with the State of Florida.

Funny thing though, Baker is gone a lot, with all of his connections to several Universities and such and has used absentee ballots since voting in person in 2014.

Which makes me ask....who is cashing checks in Fayetteville, North Carolina?

My guess would be Judyth Very Faker.

Because JFK Conferences LLC is in Wyoming....

And Judyth swore that the address in Wyoming is where you mail stuff....

 You might notice in the filings section that she was a little late with her taxes...jus' sayin'...

Now riddle me this Raff*.....why would Judyth Very Faker want you to send her money, for a JFK Conferences, LLC event, to a company with a mailing address in Sweden but being a Florida registered company, in which her son is the Managing Director, when she has her own corporate mailing address in Wyoming, with it's own corporate representatives?


  1. A fascinating presentation with some amazing and detailed findings about the convoluted business arrangement!

    In the context of this intricate LLC set-up, I find it enlightening that the son of Judyth V. Baker is Professor Josiah R. Baker, who is the Nimocks Professor of Business and an Associate Professor of Economics & Finance at Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC.

    After pulling up Professor Baker's Linkedin profile, there is a substantial list of the professor's publications:

    The article I found most interesting is entitled "Weaponized Interaction Theory: Using Propaganda as an Economic Weapon," which was published in the October 2016 issue of the "Journal of Interdisciplinary Business Studies."

    The précis of the article indicates that the professor's thesis is as follows:

    "Weaponization happens when deliberately crafted ideas are injected into a targeted audience for manipulative purposes. This paper explains weaponization’s mechanization, its functions, and economic implications."

    To repeat: "deliberately crafted ideas...injected into a targeted audience for manipulative purposes."

    Hmmmmm......I would really like to have the complete article which I could place alongside my copy of “Me & Lee.”