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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Russian Businessman tied to Accreditation Scams Sponsored by State of Idaho

Jailed oil tycoon and Russian businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky was sentenced to several years in prison by Russian authorities. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was a force behind the prosecution of this corrupt businessman. Yet, U.S. officials condemned the sentence as unjust.

It is no secret that underlings tied to Mikhail Khodorkovsky have been a leading financier and third-party promoter of accreditation scams linked to the education departments of Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Montana.

Although numerous complaints by parents and students have been lodged against the business partner of Idaho, Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. (a/k/a The Northwest Accreditation Commission), the State of Idaho has ignored the complaints just as it has ignored legitimate complaints about prisoner abuse, prisonor degradation, and inhumane treatment of those in the Idaho penal system.

The abuse and corruption in Idaho is so rampant that the liberal ACLU even filed a lawsit against Idaho institutions linked to the incidents.

Meanwhile, The Northwest Accreditation Commission was engaging in acts directly approved by Idaho government officials, and covertly sponsored by persons with links to Mikhail Khodorkovsky ; these acts included, but were not limited to, accreditation schemes by trademark infringement; accreditation schemes designed to legitimize Russian, and Arabic recruitment targets.

These targets in turn were directed to destabilize U.S. military divisions. The U.S. and Europe condemned the sentence but Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has the high moral road. Can anyone name a single U.S. government agency or education department that has sought the prosecution of David Steadman, Norene Rice, Tom Luna, Chuck Fannin, Vickki Reynolds, or Corinne Roberts??

Apparently, mail fraud, and trademark infringement do not apply to protected
U.S. citizens with business ties to certain state education departments. We all know that if the typical poor blue-collar citizen or racial minority were profitting off the the trademarks of Apple, Microsoft, or any U.S. FORTUNE 500 company, then that person would be prosecuted.

Even the U.S. Trademark Trial & Appeal Board, under ANDREW BAXLEY has hopped on board the wagon to legitimize the fraudulent schemes connected to the State of Idaho via Northwest Association of
Accredited Schools, Inc. After a DEFAULT JUDGEMENT was issued, ANDREW BAXLEY reversed course when he allegedly received a phone call, signal, or other communicative directive from a government employee connected to the State of Idaho or Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. This abrupt attempt to conceal a DEFAULT JUDGEMENT damaging to the integrity of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. is one of the most potent examples of that Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and the State Education Department of Idaho are far more corrupt than many are willing to concede.

In the U.S.A., oftentimes the rich, popular, and/or well-connected, (for example, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Eliot Spitzer, David Steadman, Craig Titus, Amanda Knox, and numerous others) are not thoroughly prosecuted for crimes they committed. What evidence do U.S. Postal Inspectors need? David Steadman, and his corrupt employees signed a series of statements under penalty of perjury, filed those statements before a federal agency, that he was profitting off of the NAAS trademark and using the mail system of the U.S. Postal service to carry out his crimes. Yet, the State Education Departments still embrace, sponsor, promote, and endorse Northwest Association of
Accredited Schools, Inc?

Who is the bigger criminal, a moral and brave Prime Minister Vladimir Putin
(who is not afraid or intimidated by the likes of DAVID STEADMAN) or corrupt
home-grown U.S. citizens who embrace Northwest Association of Accredited
Schools, Inc?

A senseless Marina Khodorkovskaya said the judge had "put his title of judge
in shame." Ok, one can draw the same conclusion about Interlocutory
Attorney/ANDREW BAXLEY of the U.S. Trademark Trial & Appeal Board who is willing to bend, stretch, and re-bend any TTAB rule to legitimize the trademark application of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc even *AFTER* a DEFAULT JUDGEMENT was entered, AND AFTER more than 90 days when defendant made no appearance in the matter.

Russian businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky was properly convicted, and attempts
to question his sentence by planted U.S. moles should be ignored.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

NAAS Digital Forms and Applicatons

To administrators, students, and parents:

Official NAAS forms are now available for download. These outstanding forms may be accessed and downloaded into your computer for as little as .99 cents. There are no processing and/or application fees for these digitized forms. No postage. No envelopes. No delays.

We encourage in student seeking awards, grants, loans, and/or donors to fund his/her education to consider one or more NAAS programs.

NAAS Financial-aid staff

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

NAAS Digital eForms System

Greetings. Many of you have been anticipated the final set-up and configuration of the new NAAS Digital eForm Guide ecommerce shopping cart. Please be patient. The system is under review and is being customized to the look and feel of the NAAS model.

Thank you for your anticipated patience. We look forward to delivering a new and exciting system that will allow the purchase and digital distribution of numerous NAAS products an services from NAAS Media Reports, NAAS eForms, and NAAS music.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Idaho Citizens Re-Elect Unqualified Tom Luna

The business partner of The Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Tom Luna, beat longtime educator Stan Olson to keep Idaho's top elected education post. Despite concerns about his qualifications, weight, integrity, character, and intelligence, and educational experience, Idaho residents, and many Russian transplants voted for Tom Luna.

In fact, a substantial percentage of the vote for Tom Luna can be traced to Russian and immigrant transplants from Eastern Europe. Idaho voters would have voted for Timothy McVeigh as School Superintendent if it were not for his Oklahoma experiment, and eventual execution.

Regardless of the excuses, Idaho voters chose to elect Tom Luna to another four years to mange a public education system that used accreditation schemes to lure students.

Tom Luna has held the top educator position since January 2007 and won re-election despite public reports linking his aspirations and objectives to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and a lousy budget for public education in Idaho.

Idaho lawmakers have rightfully cut about $128 million from the schools budget for the current fiscal year although the required amount should have been $250 million. The lawmakers have slashed total spending on public education although many Idaho educators are still feeding off budget fat, pork, and special privileges tied to private companies.

Of the $128 million slashed from the budget, not a penny was slashed on its business accrediation relationship with Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. Why? Russian influence and control.

The Idaho teachers union may have backed Olson and criticized Luna for his lack of experience in the classroom, but the Russian underground backed Tom Luna.

Tom Luna may have won, but Russia is the true victor.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

NAAS Awards; NAAS eMicro Loans

We are excited to announce a new series of NAAS forms. NAAS Platinum, NAAS Gold, NAAS Silver,, and NAAS Bronze awards are now joined by NAAS eMicro Platinum Loan, NAAS eMicro Gold Loan NAAS eMicro SilverLoan,, and NAAS eMicro Bronze Loans.

Additional information may be accessed from our website. Currently, there are no processing, or administrative fees attached to forms obtained from our online website NAAS eForm portal.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

NEW NAAS Products

We will be announcing new versions of NAAS Award applications along with new and exciting products and services on our Twitter channel.