Meet Martin(e), satellite radio inventor

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…and transgender transhuman. This entity appeared bizarre and unbelievable even when I was asleep back in 2006 when I heard it speak on the Stern show. Of course now that I realize the that is and does this entity make complete sense. Throw in some of social engineering nonsense and you have one complete and busy entity of deception and hoax.

Martine Aliana Rothblatt Ph.D, MBA, J.D. (born 1954 as Martin Rothblatt) is an American lawyer, author, and entrepreneur. Rothblatt graduated from UCLA with a combined law and MBA degree in 1981, then began work in Washington, D.C., first in the field of communication satellite law, and eventually in life sciences projects like the Human Genome Project. She is currently the founder and CEO of United Therapeutics and in 2007 was the second-most highly compensated executive in the District of Columbia.[1]

Rothblatt left college after two years and traveled throughout Europe, Turkey, , Kenya and the Seychelles. It was at the NASAtracking station in the Seychelles, during the summer of 1974, that she had her epiphany to unite the world via satellite communications. She then returned to UCLA, graduating summa cum laude in communication studies with a thesis on international direct broadcast satellites.

In 1994, she underwent sex reassignment surgery and changed her name to Martine Aliana Rothblatt. She has since become a vocal advocate of transgenderism.[3]

via Martine Rothblatt – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Martine invented Satellite Radio in the early 80s when satellite dishes for TV took up half of your backyard.  Martine somehow got the car satellite antenna down to the size of a matchbook.  Visit our site to see what Martine has accomplished and what exciting projects are coming up in the next 20 years.  It reads like a Sci-Fi movie!

5 thoughts on “Meet Martin(e), satellite radio inventor

  1. wolfman9

    The whole transgender thing is interesting. I believe social engineers are trying to remold our values on everything, especially how we view ourselves. There is a new show on MTV called “Generation Cryo” about a number of supposed children that were born of sperm donors and create a kind of community. Biazrre stuff. What will our future look like?…

    1. pru

      The transgender thing has really taken off, huh? I’ve heard from politically correct friends that the preferred neutral gender address is now “zee” and “zer”.

      And the future king of England, Prince Williams new baby was named George Alexander Louis, giving him the initials GAL.

      Zee will be GAL the androgynous or hermaphrodite king/queen. You know, the Baphomet is associated with the hermaphrodite.

      It’s all so silly really. What can you do but shake your head?

      1. pru

        Oh yeah, the Angelina Jolie breast removal story is another one. I remember when that came out and people were oohing and ahhing and talking about how brave and wonderful she was to chop off her tits because some moron doctor told her she might get cancer if she didn’t. Ugh, so stupid!

        One of my friends got really angry at me when I wouldn’t agree that she was brave and said I thought it was the most retarded thing I’d ever heard and in fact it was the opposite of brave, it was cowardly and subservient to take the word of a so-called “expert” doctor that they know for a fact having some gene means you will 100% get cancer unless you lope off a body part. My gawd, these experts also once said that if you have HIV you will die in weeks. These experts change their minds on a weekly basis about what’s good and bad for you.

        “Coffee is bad for you! It’s poison! Wait…no it’s good for you, it has antioxidants…but it’s bad if you have more than two cups…oh but you need five cups a day to protect yourself from Alzheimers…blah, blah, blah…”

        I think they definitely want women to fear and loath their reproductive organs. Angelina says that she will be getting her womb and tubes yanked out next. Oh how brave -puke!

        That’s the message they are trying to sell us, Just tear out those nasty things before they give you cancer. It’s pathetic that people buy into it.

  2. pru

    You know, the word WARS is really MARS with the M turned upside-down. I wonder if Mars is some sort of trigger word like hypnotists use, that keeps us believing that war is a good and necessary thing. The whole of history all seems to be about endless wars, doesn’t it? At least that’s what we’ve been told.

    War movies and war games are super popular too, but is it because we would naturally choose that or have we been programmed to like this stuff? The media will say it’s just the human race, that we are naturally violent but I disagree. I think that’s why they have to fake all those news stories and invent all this terrorism BS. From what I’ve seen of the world, most people are pretty decent at heart and just want to get along and try to enjoy their lives.

  3. pru

    The name Martine is a feminine form of Mars the Roman god of war. And Rothblatt means red leaf.

    Mars is known as the red planet and has been in the news all year.

    It seems like Mars is terribly important to the PIC (people in charge). Think of all the names that start with Mar-

    etc.. there are so many more.

    Not to mention all the stuff that begins with Mar-. like Martinis, Margarine, Margaritas, Marbles, Marrow, Marlboros, Mardi Gras, Marshmallows, Marathons, Marsupials, Marijuana, Martyr, Markets, Marriage, Marvelous, Marinate….I could go on and on. I never realized just how surrounded we are by that word.

    Plus, the month of March with it’s wild weather and unpredictable weather, which is said to “come in like a lion, go out like a lamb.”

    According to the definition of Mar is: to damage or spoil to a certain extent; render less perfect, attractive, useful, etc.; impair or spoil: That billboard mars the view. The holiday was marred by bad weather.
    2. to disfigure, deface, or scar: The scratch marred the table.

    Isn’t the surface of the planet Mars supposed to be terribly scarred?

    Why are so many words in our language – and English has become the dominate language of the world – made up from a root that means “to damage or scar?”

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