ABSTRACT: Brian Kemp plays corporate shell games voluminously.
He created the name CM Systems LLC and the company ORDERITE, INC., then shuffled his holdings in ORDERITE, INC. out of GA to AZ and UK and dissolved ORDERITE, so it appeared. He had actually created 38 branch subsidiaries of ORDERITE before ostensibly quiting GA, operated under the name COMPLIANCEMATE, LLC/INC, changed the name of ORDERITE in other states than GA as CM Systems LLC, then he registered the already formed CM Systems LLC as a foreign AZ corporation in GA as well as the UK. THE FIDDLE: It was not foreign. It was the former ORDERITE, Inc. in GA!!! It was itself, rebranded as foreign to distance the corporation from Kemp’s name.
However, the re-registration of ORDERITE as a native GA company to a foreign AZ company occurred just as he was reporting ORDERITE (and not CM Systems LLC) on his 2017 Financial Disclosure.
The interlocking relationships reveal a likely technology swindle and insider deal with Hitachi, supplier to at least the voting machine ES&S that contains the same OpTech scanning module as Dominion Voting Systems, involves two patents and handheld device networks promoted by Hitatchi principals whose storage (for sure) (and maybe touchscreen) is used in electronic voting machines. Hitachi also has four plants in Georgia and heavily supplies Chinese and European markets.
The allowance of the former created/dissolved Orderite company (by then Sec. of State Kemp) to return to GA as CM Systems LLC (by now Brad Raffensberger) is a clear violation of the ethics laws since Kemp did not disclose CM Systems LLC in 2017 as a premedicated container for his ORDERITE corporate and product shuffle via Arizona and British interests.
Brian P. Kemp. (May 03, 2010). Financial Disclosure Statement, 2009, #F20060000867451. Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission.
Brian P. Kemp. (2017). Financial Disclosure Statement, 2017, #F200600008639424. Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission.
Brian Kemp fraud
On Feb. 07, 2001, citizen Brian Kemp formed CREEKSTONE DEVELOPMENT GROUP I, L.L.C. in Georgia. (Note: Kemp as agent disclosures for 2002-06 are missing from the GA Sec. of State website.)
On May 21, 2013, Sec. of State Brian Kemp terminated his own CREEKSTONE DEVELOPMENT GROUP I, L.L.C. without giving notice of his conflict of interest in cancelling his own business record as Sec. of State.
Kemp fiddles with corporate name changes (e.g., “CREEK STONE PARTNERS, L.L.C.” became “Creekstone Partners LLC” and “CreekStone Partners USA LLC”) to get his name off of the Georgia Secretary of State business search website. Eddie Drake is the incorporator on
However, Kemp himself, as Secretary of State, both formed ORDERITE on Nov. 28, 2001 (a day before IBM Eclipse Foundation (Nov. 29, 2001) was formed with $40 million in IBM funds with future USPTO Director (then IBM Intellectual Property Counsel, David J. Kappos) and Leader Technologies’ intellectual property counsel James P. Chandler, III. Leader Technologies is the inventor of social networking technologies.
Then, Kemp himself, as Secretary of State, dissolved ORDERITE, Inc. in Georgia on Aug. 24, 2017.
— in the same year he disclosed his ownership in his 2017 Financial Disclosure.
Kemp’s sleight of hand is this: as a 5%+ owner in ORDERRITE, INC. he retained that ownership in N subsidiaries of ORDERRITE IN THE USA and UK.
ORDERRITE, INC. MASSECHUSETTS discloses two directors:
Steven B. Ratoff. (Accessed May 31, 2021). Background Report, including Orderite, Inc. Peoplefinders.
Ratoff appears to be a front man for globalist financiers using him to start entities to hide their underlying control of the companies.
Ratoff is AZ incorporator of CM Systems, LLC and CMSystems Group LLC
CMSystems Group LLC
(Compliance Mate Systems)
Incorporated in the United Kingdom as “Compliancemate Limited”
Also an Australian Company
Kemp sleight of hand… using his public office to hide his ongoing interest in ORDERITE, renamed as CM Systems LLC, including its London UK subsidiary COMPLIANCEMATER LIMITED.
Brian Kemp then licensed, without disclosing his conflict of interest, the AZ successor of ORDERRITE, Compliance Mate, then CM Systems LLC, to (re-)incorporate in Georgia as a foreign AZ corporation:
Now, GA Sec. of State Brad Raffensberger was in on this Brian Kemp deception. In 2016, Kemo incorporated CM Systems LLC, but did not disclose his plan in 2017 to make CS Systems LLC the successor of ORDERITE within months of disclosing ORDER on his 2017 Financial Disclosure. Kemp let ORDERITE dissolve in Georgia, making the public believe it ceased to exist, when it fact, it was operating 38 branches in the US and was incorporated in the UK as Compliancemate Limited.
This is why the financial and relationships disclosure ethics rules exist. They would, if followed, as he claimed they were (a boldfaced lie), prevent Raffensberger from being able to blackmail Kemp.