Annual Marconi Society awards are heavily promoted by WNET (New York public television) where long-time producer John Jay Iselin was also Marconi Society president
John Jay Iselin was knighted (Order of the British Empire) in 2004 by the Queen for his contributions to… “British TV in the United States”—that is evident SEDITION since all British TV & Radio have been government propaganda since Jul. 29, 1909 when MI5, MI6 and GC&CS were created with newspapermen
Marconi Fellows built the spy encryption Internet surveillance backdoors for the Pilgrims Society, including Sir Eric Ash, Sir Berners-Lee (CERN), Brin, Page, Cerf, Diffie, Hellman, Sir Arthur Clark, etc.
BUSTED: On Jun. 21, 1943 U.S. Supreme Court invalidated ALL of Marconi’s wireless patent claims, so why do these awards glorify stolen property?
Current Marconi sole director Hao Zoa is Chinese, promotes Bitcoin global crypto currency, and is an evident 32-yr. old cardboard cutout funded by PIMCO / Bernanke—he’s from Tsinghua University—an early member of the IBM Eclipse Foundation, thief & weaponizer of Leader Technologies social networking inventions
Sep. 23, 2019—When otherwise smart people gather religiously every year since 1974 to give themselves technology awards based on a fraudulent set of Marconi-claimed wireless inventions, something is wrong. That is exactly what the members and Fellows of The Marconi Society do every year.
Just look at their stellar list of Who’s Who Fellows. The Marconi Society Fellows are Sir Eric A. Ash (1984), Paul Baran (1991), Sir Tim Berners-Lee (2002), Claude Berrou (2005), Sergey Brin (2004), Francesco Carassa (1983), Vinton G. Cerf (1998), Andrew Chraplyvy (2009), Colin Cherry (1978), John Cioffi (2006), Arthur C. Clarke (1982), Martin Cooper (2013), Whitfield Diffie (2000), Federico Faggin (1988), James Flanagan (1992), David Forney, Jr. (1997), Robert G. Gallager (2003), Robert N. Hall (1989), Izuo Hayashi (1993), Martin Hellman (2000), Hiroshi Inose (1976), Irwin M. Jacobs (2011), Robert E. Kahn (1994) Sir Charles Kao (1985), James R. Killian (1975), Leonard Kleinrock (1986), Herwig Kogelnik (2001), Robert W. Lucky (1987), James L. Massey (1999), Robert Metcalfe (2003), Lawrence Page (2004), Yash Pal (1980), Seymour Papert (1981), Arogyaswami Paulraj (2014), David N. Payne (2008), John R. Pierce (1979), Ronald L. Rivest (2007), Arthur L. Schawlow (1977), Allan Snyder (2001), Robert Tkach (2009), Gottfried Ungerboeck (1996), Andrew Viterbi (1990), Jack Keil Wolf (2011), Jacob Ziv (1995). In 2015, the prize went to Peter T. Kirstein for bringing the internet to Europe.
The Marconi Society is an evident false front for a second tier of technology providers to the Pilgrims Society who began weaponizing media and newspapers through wired and wireless technologies starting on Jul. 23, 1909 with the founding of Empire Press Union following the Imperial Press Conference, 1909. Newspapermen from the Press Conference staffed the formation of British MI5, MI6 and GC&CS (later named GCHQ)
The Press Conference was organized and lead by Pilgrims Society founders. Guglielmo Marconi spoke at this 1909 Conference in support of nationalized wireless and cable technologies. James Erskine-Murray, the man who took Churchill’s order to cut the German undersea cables on Aug. 05, 1914 (see BBC News; also here) that started World War I, was at Marconi’s side in the 1909 conference. There he talked hypothetically about cutting cables—five years before he cut the Germans’.
This shows that the UK was planning to start WWI, and the British aristocracy was the perpetrator, not the victim. They achieved their Rhodes-ian goal to eliminate Germany and Russia as economic competitors to the British Empire and Anglo-American Imperial federalism.
Other histories say Telconia instead of the Alert
The British people and the rest of the world were the victims of this British hegemony to control global communications, resources and power.