About the Author
Tero Auvinen – currently seeking funding for independent research
Doctor of Social Sciences, University of Lapland, 2010
Master of Science in Politics of the World Economy, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2006
International Bachelor of Business Administration Program, Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration (currently Aalto University School of Business), 2001
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, January-May 1999
Moscow State University, Russia, May-October 1998
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, academic year 1997-1998
City University, London, UK (currently Cass Business School), academic year 1996-1997
Elektrobit Nippon K.K., Sales and Marketing Manager, Asia based in Tokyo, Japan, September 2001-August 2005 (currently Bittium, http://www.bittium.com/)
The main responsibilities included planning and implementing the sales, marketing and distribution strategies for Elektrobit’s radio channel test equipment in Asia – mainly the PROPSim Radio Channel Emulators (at that time called simulators), which nowadays appear to be part of Keysight Technologies (http://www.keysight.com/en/pc-2697334/propsim-channel-emulation-solutions). Radio channel emulators are used to “Simulate characteristics of real-world radio channel conditions within a laboratory environment to improve the quality of wireless devices and network infrastructure” (ibid.). Some of the main customers included mobile phone, base station and chipset developers and manufacturers, mobile network operators, universities, research institutes and the “defense” industry.
One of the founders of Elektrobit, Veikko Hulkko, was apparently doing business with the Finnish military with a car dealership already before Elektrobit was founded in 1985. When the nature of the business was changed to wireless communication research and development services and test equipment sales after the foundation of Elektrobit, the “defense” industry business appears to have become more extensive, apparently including, for instance, visits to the Pentagon by employees who might be unwilling to tell significantly more about what precisely they might be doing there or at Elektrobit/Bittium in addition to the business with the “defense” industry references stated at http://www.bittium.com/about_bittium/references. Heavy electrification or potential exposure to “non-thermal” – if not also thermal – effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs, see https://academism.wordpress.com/2017/09/14/electrosensitivity-revista-cs/) began well before my contract with Elektrobit Nippon K.K. ended in August 2005 while living at Meitsu Shinagawa Minami 3-9-7-304 Minami Oi, Shinagawa-ku 140-0013, Tokyo, Japan. If there ever has been a global – or at least an international – conspiracy to enslave – and worse – humanity through, for instance, EMFs behind alleged “trade” or “national security” related secrecy, Elektrobit may well have been relatively centrally positioned in such a conspiracy in the early 2000s. Elektrobit might also have been in a relatively good position to showcase reliably corruptible potential future political leaders to, for instance, the Pentagon and other potentially relevant parties as well as to blacklist excessively incorruptible individuals which sufficiently criminal, totalitarian, authoritarian, fascist, terrorist, conspiratorial, cartelist and/or cultist alleged or self-declared public and private “authorities” might subsequently blatantly discriminate against in their subsequent job applications – if not simply clearly inappropriately and/or illegally select more corruptible and/or less competent candidates for the positions.
The name of Donald Duck’s dog – “Bolivar” as in “Simón Bolívar” – is translated as “Pulivari” in Finnish, thus potentially losing the conceptual connection to the Latin American “liberator”. In Cabalese dogs might be used as metaphors for willing, knowing and faithful – if not entirely externally controlled – servants of the Cabal. What might thus be a more appropriate Finnish translation for the name of Donald Duck’s dog which might preserve the potential original connotation of foreign “liberators” or “leaders” being nothing more than dogs of the United States (of “America” rather than, for instance, Mexico. Some citizens of the United States of Mexico have pointed out to the author of this blog that there is more than one “United States” in the world and that currently perhaps the best known one might be significantly smaller in terms of the size of its alleged territory in the absence of wars of aggression against, for instance, Mexico)? Mannerheim? Niinistö? Sipilä?
Elektrobit Nippon K.K. was located at Ohno Takanawa Building 2F 2-21-38 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0074 in September 2001 and subsequently moved to SS1 Building 4F 3-20-5 Minami Oi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0013 and Hiro Building 4F 2-24-10 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 after the newly appointed president of Elektrobit Nippon K.K. – who stated as a fact more than once the existence of an apparently separate and higher “social class” when he might in fact have appeared to mean the Cabal with the potential intention of observing my reaction, response or knowledge of it – and the new general manager whose appointment contradicted previous orally expressed plans to make the author of this blog the general manager appeared to think that Minami Oi was not a sufficiently prestigious location for the company. (In addition to potential inquiries about one’s knowledge of or attitude towards a specific “social class”, there may also have been other perhaps relatively explicit conscious and/or externally determined attempts to test the potential corruptibility of Elektrobit employees by other employees of the Elektrobit Group as well as other companies. On more than one occasion, for instance, apparently prostitutes were invited to a table or a room and money was either promised or actually given explicitly for such purposes. On one occasion a subordinate might have been rather bluntly scolded by his superior for not using the given money for the intended purpose but instead giving it to the invited individual(s) without expecting anything in return. It is quite possible that the superior – who might have earlier expressed an intention to join a specific group or perhaps faction of the Cabal if and when some of the “friends“ of the individual in question would present an invitation – was not acting fully autonomously in the situation and that the assessment of corruptibility on that specific occasion was thus intended mainly for the purposes of a non-transparent external audience and/or artificial intelligence system rather than the superior personally who might or might not have been in a position to fully understand what was going on or to recall the events later.)
Elektrobit Oy, Account Manager based in Oulu, Finland, February-August 2001
Auvinen, Tero 2017. “On the Human Rights of Refugees and Immigrants, Homification and Immigration Policy”, Journal of Identity and Migration Studies, 11(1): 159-181. http://www.e-migration.ro/jims/Vol11_No1_2017/JIMS_Vol11_No1_2017_pp159_181_AUVINEN.pdf
Auvinen, Tero 2016. “A Road to Direct Democracy”, Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 8(2): 172-208. http://www.japss.org/upload/1.%20Tero.pdf
Auvinen, Tero 2016. “Organizing for the End of the World with Nothing More to Say? The Implications of Non-Consensually Implemented Singularity and ‘Trans-/Posthuman’ Technologies for Social Movements”, Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 8(2): 209-248. http://www.japss.org/upload/2.%20Tero.pdf
Some of the layout errors that have been produced by the publisher of the Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences have so far not been corrected upon request.
Auvinen, Tero 2016. Rescuing Academism. Raleigh, NC: Lulu.com, ISBN: 978-1-329-88216-4 (paperback), 978-1-329-88181-5 (PDF), 978-1-329-88426-7 (EPUB).
Keywords: innovativeness, university, science, research, political economy, politics, intellectual property rights, business, management, leadership, organizational structures, organizational design, money, media, Japan
Auvinen, Tero 2015. Akateemisuuden pelastussuunnitelma. Helsinki: Books on Demand GmbH, ISBN: 9789523302594.
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