Ex-CIA agent drags crypto patent from Microsoft into conspiracy. Former CIA counterintelligence and personnel investigator Kevin Shipp, who has nearly 150,000 followers on Twitter, has now pulled into the quagmire a recent Microsoft cryptocurrency patent.
On Sept. 10, Shipp linked Microsoft’s recent cryptocurrency patent, which would enable users to mine crypto using their body activity data, to a short-lived Microsoft ad that had featured the Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic.
The ad, which advertised Microsoft’s new mixed reality headset called HoloLens 2, was pulled notably after far-right internet users attacked the video in protest against the supposed satanism of Abramovic.
Shipp’s Twitter feed offers ample evidence of his taste for conspiracy — Abramovic and Gates are only two of several public figures tarnished with the brush of “shadow government” links, alleged paeodophilia activism, “Antifa” insurgency and “black supremacy.”
Nor is Shipp the first to fixate on the seemingly obscure case of “Microsoft patent WO2020060606.” Earlier this year, the renowned Oscar-winning film director Nikita Mikhalov told Russian state-owned media outlet RT that the cryptocurrency patentwas testament to Bill Gates’ nefarious plans to use vaccination as a ruse to implant humanity with microchips.
Zeroing in on the patent’s name, Mikailov remarked “The 060606 part is somewhat alarming. You probably understand this, right? Is this a coincidence or an intentional selection of such a symbol, which in the Apocalypse of John is called the ‘number of the beast’ – the 666.”
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