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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

NAAS Multi-Media Applications (New)

The new NAAS Multi-Media Applications went through a further day of testing to ensure optimum conditions across a wider spectrum of operating systems. Applicants/Users who attempted to access the link have been restricted until the program is fully tested for compability issues with the new Windows 7 operating system and the new Mac Snow Leopard system.

Thank you for your patience. Please anticipate no more than another 48 to 72 hour delay.

Thank you!!

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Status: Idaho State Dept. of Education,


To Whomever it May Concern, etc, et al:

This electronic correspondence is a notice to all parties possibly affected by the subject matter hereof. It contains information in regards to the investigation of the business practices of the Idaho State Dept. of Education, a/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., their American affiliate companies that claim 'NAAS' accreditation, and certain Russian and foreign agents related thereto. These parties and certain others are currently being investigated for a variety of offenses in relationship to media stories, and their public attempts to file a trademark application that sought to steal or infringe upon the protected NAAS trademark.

The full details of these offenses have not been revealed inorder to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation. Needless to say, the facts are substantial. Please review ongoing NAAS Media Reports on topics related Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, or the Idaho State Dept. of Education; the latter, the Idaho State Dept. of Education has admitted to engaging in criminal conduct and continues to use tax revenue from Idaho citizens to fund their illegal, illegitimate, and unethical 'NAAS' Accredition business practices.

Consumers, and the general public should be forewarned that employees of the Idaho State Dept. of Education, and certain Russian or foreign agents related thereto, may attempt to engage in such conduct as impersonating police officers, impersonating law enforcement officials, inpersonating FTC', 'USPS', 'FBI', officials, just as they have already publicly impersonated 'NAAS' commissioners, and 'NAAS' officers. The objective of this conduct may be to
obstruct the enforcement of federal laws that specifically prohibit the very conduct they are engaged in.

Certain of their conduct includes maliciously and illegally accessing public computers all in an attempt to thwart the enforcement of federal laws that prohibit their unauthorized, illegal, and outrageous scheme of selling phony 'NAAS' accreditation packages without the consent of and without compensation to the authorized owner of the label.

From a legal perspective, if these persons lack a valid warrant issued from a judge that has both inpersonam and subject matter jurisdiction, said warrant should be ignored, and treated like the same paper waste that comprises their phony 'NAAS' Accreditation certificates.

The credibility of the Idaho State Dept. of Education is about as high as kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido, or convicted espionage spy Robert Phillip Hanssen.

NAAS Multi-Media Online forms and U.S. mail


Official NAAS Multi-Media Information Packets for the 2009-2010 session are being prepared to be sent next week. We have a backlog of requests that is being processed along with free NAAS thirts. These items may be shipped from our California distribution center. Parties that ordered or requested an NAAS Multi-Media Information Packets prior to the official commencment date of the XX term will be the first priority.

Persons interested in applying for the NAAS Awards may request to download forms as well via our website at http://naas.org/

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Russian Agents tied to Idaho State Dept. of Education.

****NAAS SPECIAL BULLETIN***:

BEWARE OF EMPLOYEES OF THE IDAHO DEPT. OF EDUCATION
AND NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION OF ACCREDITED SCHOOLS POSSIBLY ENGAGING IN CERTAIN CONDUCT AND PRACTICES THAT MAY BE CALCULATED TO OBSTRUCT JUSTICE, AND IMPEDE THE DUE PROCESS OF LAW.

These tactics and conduct may include:
a. IMPERSONATING FBI, FTC, USPS, AND/OR POLICE OFFICERS;
b. CONTACTING THIRD-PARTY VENDORS, HOSTING COMPANIES, OR AGENCIES IN THEIR ATTEMPTS TO CIRCUMVENT THE TRADITIONAL ROUTE OF THE JUDICIAL PROCESS;
c. CONTACTING THIRD-PARTY VENDORS, HOSTING COMPANIES, OR AGENCIES IN THEIR ATTEMPTS TO CIRCUMVENT THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, AND THE CIVIL LIBERTIES OF PERSONS WHO ARE THEIR CRITICS.

On or about July 27th, of 2009, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office officially REJECTED the fraudulent, deceitful, and corrupt application of the Idaho State Dept. of Education (a/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools) in their suspected attempts to steal,misuse, mischaracterize the NAAS trademark, and associate the same with Russian companies, Communism, NAAS Accreditation scams, and other inferior products and services .

Despite a federal rejection by an independent U.S. Government agency, the defiant Idaho State Dept. of Education (a/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools), and their Diploma Mill affiliates (per NAAS EAS/N2 Rules), continue to defy U.S. federal laws.

This circumstance of facts confirms NAAS Media Reports about suspicons regarding the lack of integrity, ethics, and the unlawful conduct of persons and companies associated with the Idaho State Dept. of Education.

Additional NAAS Media Reports will disclose, amongst other facts, evidence that ties Russian agents to the Idaho State Dept. of Education, and their use of Diploma Mills to license terrorists, and ID thieves.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

New NAAS Multi-Media Packet (2nd Notice)

The new 2009-10 NAAS Multi-Media Information Packet has been uploaded to NAAS servers, and is ready for purchase and download. The cost is just $3.00 online, but is $5.00 if sent via the U.S. mail.

For details, see http://naas.org/


Monday, August 24, 2009

2009-10 NAAS Multi-Media Information Packet

The new 2009-10 NAAS Multi-Media Information Packet has been uploaded to NAAS servers, and is ready for purchase and download. The cost is just $3.00 online, but is $5.00 if sent via the U.S. mail.

For details, see http://naas.org