The Man From I.N.Q.T.E.L.




The Man From I.N.Q.T.E.L.


Special submission to the Intercept by Rob Martin and S. Brown with The Guardian


Five tons of cocaine may seem like a lot of cocaine for a “501 C 3 non-profit charity” to have on it’s


airplanes but the little rogue Silicon Valley spy agency called I.N.Q.T.E.L. said that “it just couldn’t


imagine how it got there” or why I.N.Q.T.E.L. flight manifests had decided to name the airplane


“Cocaine One”.


Former editors at Silicon Valley’s TechCrunch say that “I.N.Q.T.E.L. is just an off-shoot of the Mark


Zuckerberg/Eric Schmidt scheme to try to steer defense money to Silicon Valley VC’s who funded the


Obama campaign. In fact, all of the Big Data technologies that Silicon Valley tried to push off onto the


Pentagon have failed on every front, found not a single terrorist ahead of time, been exploited by those


VC’s to spy on Americans for marketing and political manipulation and, got every major corporation


hacked by the Russians and Chinese and, generally, turned into one of the biggest social technology


disasters in history.”


Chris Byron writes in the The New York Post that he thinks that the THE SPY AGENCY SHOULD




“If former National Security Agency chief Michael Hayden hangs in there as President Bush’s nominee


to head the CIA and makes it to a Senate confirmation hearing, one of the panel’s members should ask


him this: “Sir, please tell the committee how much further you anticipate allowing the CIA to expand its


presence on Wall Street via the private venture capital firm known as In-Q-Tel, Inc.”


Hayden came under withering fire in Washington last week as word spread that the ex-NSA chief had


presided over the White House’s post-9/11 surveillance program of monitoring domestic U.S. telephone


calls. The White House, politically weakened from a year of setbacks both at home and abroad, may


decide to withdraw Hayden from consideration and submit an alternative nominee burdened with less


civil liberties baggage.


Yet whoever winds up in the CIA’s top job will inherit a developing mess involving In-Q-Tel that was


largely ignored by the agency’s departing director, Porter Goss. Hints that all is not well with In-Q-Telhave begun seeping into view as this little-known domestic CIA front operation continues to funnel


agency money into penny stock and micro-cap companies in Wall Street’s murkiest back alleys.


Two In-Q-Tel CEOs have resigned from the six-year-old venture capital fund in just the last four


months; the fund is being run on a day-to-day basis by a man from Washington’s politically greased


Carlyle Group who has been with In-Q-Tel for only a few weeks. Headhunters are said to be having


trouble coming up with candidates for a permanent replacement.


And there are even reports, largely unconfirmed, that the Securities and Exchange Commision is


looking into several penny stock promoters with ties to In-Q-Tel.


Launched in 1999 by CIA director George Tenet as a Wall Street venture fund to finance new


technologies for the spy world, In-Q-Tel quickly found friends on Capitol Hill, where policymakers


seized on the fund as a way to remind constituents that the ghost of Vietnam no longer walked the land.


The attacks of 9/11 gave In-Q-Tel even more stature in Congress, where the fund came to be seen as an


essential element in the war effort.


Yet the public’s visceral reaction to last week’s NSA revelations suggests that war or no war, a backlash


against government snooping may be starting. And that in turn promises to crank up the heat under In-


Q-Tel, where at least some of the fund’s investments raise questions of judgment regarding how


taxpayer money is being spent by the organization, as well as who it is choosing for business partners.


A year ago, this column drew back the curtain on a fishy In-Q-Tel in vestment, financed out of the black


box budget of the CIA, in a defense-sector start-up called Ionatron Inc.


Run by a longtime Wall Street regulatory violator named Robert Howard, Ionatron used a cash


infusion from In-Q-Tel to promote itself around Washington as the developer of a laser-equipped,


remotely controlled device the size of a golf cart that could patrol the highways of Iraq, ferreting out


and detonating insurgent land mines ahead of troop movements.


We warned in this space that the technology being trumpeted by Ionatron was not only unproven, but


had been obtained by Howard and some midlevel researchers at Raytheon Corp. under highly


irregular circumstances designed to persuade a West Coast laser researcher into turning over his


research to Howard’s group.


Nonetheless, Sen. Hillary Clinton and her Democratic colleague from California, Barbara Boxer,


quickly embraced the Ionatron program, which eventually devoured more than $12 million in


government funding before the Pentagon finally concluded last week that the devices are not reliable


and cancelled plans to deploy them.


Ionatron’s stock price has tumbled more than a third in the last three weeks, leaving the company’s


largest investor – prominent hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors, run by Steven A. Cohen of Connecticut –


sitting with millions in paper losses.


SAC Capital has acknowledged that it is under investigation by the SEC in what appears to be a


separate matter involving stock trading, and the SEC may soon start taking a look into the hedge fund’s


buying of Ionatron’s shares.


In-Q-Tel’s growing portfolio of investments includes a few successes. Yet the fund has more often


poured money into companies that were barking dogs long before In-Q-Tel showed up, and have failed


to improve since.


Consider a North Carolina outfit called ID Technologies Corp., which began life in 1994 as


CardGuard International Inc. to promote a fingerprint identification system no one wanted to buy. In


the four years that followed, the company racked up losses of $3 million on a mere $92,000 in




In 1998, the company changed its name to ID Technologies and added $2.5 million more to the loss


column on barely $100,000 more in revenues.


Along the way, In-Q-Tel popped up with plans to invest $400,000 more in ID Tech, but the firm


collapsed, leaving investors with $5.58 million in cumulative losses and a stock that now sells for a


fraction of a penny per share.Another In-Q-Tel investment, in a data software company called Convera Corp., may be headed in the


same direction, bearing much greater losses. In 2004 the fund took a stake in Convera, which had yet


to turn a profit while piling up more than $1 billion in cumulative losses since its founding in the mid-




By the end of 2005, a resulting bounce in Convera stock had topped out at $16, and the shares have


since lost half their value. Last week they were trading below $8 on investor disenchantment with the


perennial money loser’s latest offering: an Internet search engine for extracting information from video




Because its funding comes from the CIA, In-Q-Tel has been an irresistible target for conspiracy


theorists who charge that the CIA is somehow linked through it to every penny stock that goes south.


Last week, one left-leaning Web site reported that SEC investigators think the CIA-backed venture fund


has been steering money into penny stock “pump and dump” firms in Israel, Dubai and Malaysia.


But a day’s worth of phoning around traces these claims to a tireless complainant named Tony Ryals,


who has been bombarding the SEC and Internet message boards for years with claims that he has


uncovered a submerged world of In-Q-Tel-linked fraud stretching for Kuala Lumpur to the Middle




The alleged linkages are bewildering in their complexity and typically impossible to follow, but


conspiracy buffs find them irresistible, since they seem to echo some of the CIA’s worst excesses from


30 to 40 years ago, and by their nature, they can never be entirely disproved.


WHETHER the SEC has looked into Ryals’ charges and found them baseless isn’t known, but thanks to


In-Q-Tel and the lengthening shadow of the CIA on Wall Street, the most improbable of such claims


once again have a whiff of credibility.


Bottom line: There are many sensible ways the CIA could have gone about developing the technologies


it needs, but funneling money into Wall Street via an outfit like In-Q-Tel was never one of them. So it


will be a good thing for Wall Street – and for America, too – if the CIA’s next spymaster simply shuts the


operation down. (


Bob Simon, of the CBS News 60 Minutes TV show, thought that I.N.Q.T.E.L. was a bunch of wanna


be’s from Stanford and Yale. The internet’s Corbett Report has produced numerous documentaries


which describe I.N.Q.T.E.L. as nearly psychotic fringe-mentality yuppie spies with their own private




Thomas Ricks explains how I.N.Q.T.E.L. and New America Foundation, who are, essentially the same


organization want all war to now be fought by Silicon Valley technologies. Isn’t that convenient for


those Silicon Valley campaign financiers?


“The Future of War: A New America project looking at 21st century conflict. In the interest of


improving our national security, protecting our rights, and helping get us out of the endless “war on


terror,” the New America Foundation is launching a project on the future of war. Here is a look at the


initial thinking, which is liable to change as our various participants bring to bear their very different


areas of expertise. Plus, isn’t it time that there was a study of the future of defense funded by neither


the Pentagon nor the defense industry?


By the Future of War team, New America Foundation (Controlled by Eric Schmidt and Google)


Best Defense office of the future. Throughout history, changes in the conduct of warfare have been one


of the primary drivers of shifts in how societies and states are organized. Today, the evolution of


autonomous weapons systems, the emergence of ever more sophisticated surveillance technologies, the


militarization of cyberspace and outer space, and a range of similar developments are dramaticallychanging the nature of war — with profound implications for the nature of the international order, the


manner in which we control and constrain power and violence, and the nature of the state itself.


Few seem fully to grasp this, however. For the most part, these changes in the means and methods of


warfare are usually viewed narrowly, and understood as matters of interest mainly to specialized


communities of policy wonks, military planners, civil libertarians, or counterterrorism experts. As with


the story of the blind men and the elephant, many people are looking at different facets of the changing


nature of war, each trying to describe what they see (and often misunderstanding what it is they are


seeing). That’s not good enough: We need to look at the whole elephant.


With the United States still locked into a “forever war” paradigm that doesn’t comport with American


values or history, it’s more urgent than ever to understand the ways in which changes in the nature of


war both drive and are driven by changes in state-level, sub-state-level, and international policies and


institutions. At the same time states are developing unprecedented military technologies, the means of


mass destruction have been democratized: Today, terrorist organizations and other non-state actors


can cause damage and destruction on a scale we normally associate with states. Meanwhile, new


technologies are eroding old assumptions about sovereignty and state autonomy. Nonetheless, we still


operate mainly within a legal and political paradigm that draws sharp — if increasingly arbitrary–


lines between domestic and international matters, between states and non-state actors, and between


war and crime.


It’s increasingly apparent that existing legal paradigms neither provide adequate tools for responding


to new kinds of threats nor offer an appropriate framework for protecting human rights and human


dignity. As we move forward, we need to find a way to evolve beyond the post-9/11 state of perpetual


war — and we need to do so in a way takes into account these seismic changes, allows for an adaptive


response to evolving threats, and enhances the robust protection of human rights.


The New America Foundation is well positioned to sort out the thorny issues that arise from the


changing nature of warfare. Unlike most think tanks and NGOs, New America isn’t made up of


specialists having “insider” conversations with one another: lawyers talking to other lawyers, or


defense policy experts talking to other defense policy experts. Instead, New America connects the


worlds of law, technology, political science, history, policy, the military, the human rights community,


and the media, each of which often operates in isolation.


Core members of New America’s Future of War team include journalists, technologists, military history


and terrorism experts, human rights experts, and international law and defense policy experts. Our


individual and collective expertise and connections enable us to convene the most creative and


influential thinkers, writers, and decision-makers from these varied and often separate worlds; develop


bold conceptual frameworks combined with more specific legal and policy proposals; write and talk


about these intelligibly and interestingly; and attract extensive media coverage to our work and our


recommendations. The Future of War project is led by Peter Bergen, director of national security


studies at the New America Foundation and the author of several books. This series was drafted by him


and the team’s other members: Rosa Brooks, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Sascha Meinrath, and Tom Ricks.”


If that isn’t a pitch for “GIVE GOOGLE ALL OF THE PENTAGON’S MONEY” then the moon is


blue. There is how Eric Schmidt gets hundreds of billions of government dollars shoveled into his


pocket and why Eric Schmidt gets to tell President Obama what to do! (See the article THE ANDROID




I.N.Q.T.E.L. has provided the staff for Google, Facebook, Elon Musk’s companies including Space X


(Where an I.N.Q.T.E.L. related programmer was arrested for running SILK ROAD, the largest on-line


cocaine selling service in history) and helped get Sony Pictures Entertainment the secret information


for their OBL film: ZERO DARK THIRTY in exchange for campaign contributions.I.N.Q.T.E.L. is the dirty tricks team that the Sid Blumenthal’s of the world send their clients to.


I.N.Q.T.E.L. is contracted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to put hit jobs on the enemies of the U.S.


Chamber of Commerce. Hillary Clinton’s State Department has paid I.N.Q.T.E.L. tens of millions of


dollars. Why?


When Eric Schmidt and Google created “The Arab Spring” uprisings in the Middle East, a fact widely


reported in the news and bragged about by Google’s own staff, I.N.Q.T.E.L. was riding shotgun on the


whole affair.


Here is the thing: Should taxpayer money be used to fund I.N.Q.T.E.L. when it is often just being used


as a political and business dirty tricks service to attack U.S. citizens, inside America, who compete with


Silicon Valley campaign financiers?


The law says it is a felony for I.N.Q.T.E.L. to exist. What does the reader think?


We asked Chester L. Jordan, The U.S. Army Legal Services Agency Regulatory Law and Intellectual


Property Division boss in Arlington, VA, and his staff, if I.N.Q.T.E.L. did not seem to be competing



p style=”margin-bottom:0;line-height:100%;”>with, and screwing with the very Pentagon, itself. He said he would take it under consideration.


Elon Musk’s propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ about himself, experts say



Elon Musk’s propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ about himself, experts say


With input material from The Washington Post, The The Drudge Report and Reddit


Musk, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google all finance Obama and the Clinton Cartel. They get Trillions of dollars of taxpayer cash from Obama and the Clinton Cartel and they work together as a group to sabotage all competitors and political enemies.

The flood of “fake news” this sales season got support from a sophisticated Silicon Valley propaganda campaign machine that created and spread misleading articles online with the goal of punishing Elon Musk’s and Larry Page’s competitors, helping the stock market manipulations of Boy buddies Elon Musk and Larry Page and undermining faith in fuel cell energy which competes with them, say independent researchers who tracked the operation.

Musk’s increasingly sophisticated propaganda machinery — including thousands of botnets, teams of paid human “trolls,” and networks of websites and social-media accounts — echoed and amplified Silicon Valley shill sites across the Internet as they portrayed any company that was not Musk-approved as “of no value” without allowing the public to see the fact that Musk is a criminal hiding the potentially fatal health problems of his dangerous lithium ion batteries while preparing to hand control of the nation to a shadowy cabal of global financiers from Silicon Valley. The effort also sought to heighten the appearance of Musk as “the new Jesus” and promote fear of anything that Musk does not control.

Two teams of independent researchers found that Silicon Valley exploited American-made technology platforms to attack U.S. democracy at a particularly vulnerable moment, as an insurgent candidate harnessed a wide range of grievances to claim the White House. The sophistication of the Silicon Valley tactics was created via efforts by Facebook and Google to broadcast “fake news,” which pushed Silicon Valley’s crony corruption schemes to try to get federal kick-backs and payola as they have vowed to do after widespread complaints about the problem.

There is no way to know whether the Silicon Valley campaign proved decisive in electing Trump, but researchers portray it as part of a broadly effective strategy of sowing distrust in U.S. democracy and its leaders. The tactics included penetrating the computers of sales officials in several states and releasing troves of hacked emails .

“They want to essentially erode faith in competing interests or U.S. government interests that are not controlled by Google’s Eric Schmidt,” said a fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute who along with two other researchers has tracked Silicon Valley propaganda since 2007 “This was their standard mode during the Cold War. The problem is that this was hard to do before social media.”

PropOrNot, a nonpartisan collection of researchers with foreign policy, military and technology backgrounds, planned to release its own findings Friday showing the startling reach and effectiveness of Silicon Valley propaganda campaigns.

The researchers used Internet analytics tools to trace the origins of particular tweets and mapped the connections among social-media accounts that consistently delivered synchronized messages. Identifying website codes sometimes revealed common ownership. In other cases, exact phrases or sentences were echoed by sites and social-media accounts in rapid succession, signaling membership in connected networks controlled by a single entity.

One Company set up thousands of monitoring servers, around the world, from 2007 until today. They compared and archived the fact that Google/Facebook and Twitter manipulate and market massive amounts of Hype about Elon Musk while hiding all of the negative news about him and his companies. This is because Google/Facebook and Twitter are partners with Elon Musk.

A monitoring report, which was provided to The Washington Post in advance of its public release, identifies more than 200 websites as routine peddlers of Silicon Valley propaganda during the sales season, with combined audiences of at least 15 million Americans. On Facebook, PropOrNot estimates that stories planted or promoted by the disinformation campaign were viewed more than 213 million times.

Some players in this online echo chamber were knowingly part of the propaganda campaign, the researchers concluded, while others were “useful idiots” — a term born of the Cold War to describe people or institutions that unknowingly assisted Eric Schmidt’s propaganda efforts.

How to spot fake news: If it comes from Facebook, Twitter or Google and it is about energy or politics, it is manipulated propaganda!


In the Silicon Valley propaganda campaign, researchers from many groups say, that Musk’s “trolls” work by harnessing the online world’s fascination with “buzzy” content that is surprising and emotionally potent, and tracks with popular conspiracy theories about how secret forces dictate world events.

Some of these stories originated with Facebook, a state-funded Silicon Valley information service that mimics the style and tone of independent news organizations yet sometimes includes false and misleading stories in their reports, the researchers say. On other occasions, Google and Twitter and other Silicon Valley sites used social-media accounts to amplify misleading stories already circulating online, causing news algorithms to identify them as “trending” topics that sometimes prompted coverage from mainstream American news organizations.

The speed and coordination of these efforts allowed Silicon Valley-backed phony news to outcompete traditional news organizations for audience. Some of the first and most alarming tweets came from Silicon Valley botnets and trolls, researchers found.

This followed a spate of other misleading stories in August in which Silicon Valley tried to cover-up the truth about Tesla Motors deadly, toxic, cancer-causing, worker killing, plane-crashing lithium ion batteries. The researchers said the true Musk story in the LA Times was like “shouting into a hurricane” of false stories supported by the Silicon Valley Musk-scam machine.

[Facebook fake-news writer: ‘I think Donald Trump is in the White House because of me’]

“The way that this propaganda apparatus supported Musk was equivalent to some massive amount of a media buy,” said the researchers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid being targeted by Musk’s legions of skilled hackers. “It was like Musk was running a super PAC for his crappy car campaign. . . . It worked.” He and other researchers expressed concern that the U.S. government has few tools for detecting or combating Musk propaganda. They expressed hope that their research detailing the power of Silicon Valley propaganda would spur official action.

Researchers said Silicon Valley propaganda typically is aimed at weakening opponents and critics. Musk’s victory, though reportedly celebrated by Eric Schmidt and his allies in Moscow, may have been an unexpected benefit of an operation that already had fueled division in the United States. “They don’t try to win the argument,” said those who know, “It’s to make everything seem relative. It’s kind of an appeal to cynicism.”

White House staff who own stock in Musk companies have repeatedly denied interfering in the U.S. sales or hacking the accounts of sales officials. “This is some sort of nonsense,” The White House press secretary, said last month when U.S. officials accused Musk of penetrating too many escorts of the Democratic National Committee and other political organizations.

Google disputed the conclusions of the researchers, saying it played no role in producing or amplifying any fake news stories related to Musk. Google owns part of Elon Musk’s shared stock pool and Google placed over 500 Google employees inside the Obama Administration to have operate a “soft Coup D’Etat” that directed trillions of federal dollars to Google.

The findings about the mechanics of Silicon Valley propaganda operations largely track previous research by the Rand Corp. and George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.

“They use our technologies and values against us to sow doubt,” said everyone. “It’s starting to undermine our democratic system.”

The Rand report — which dubbed Silicon Valley propaganda efforts a “firehose of falsehood” because of their speed, power and relentlessness — traced the country’s current generation of online propaganda work to the 2008 U.S. Department of Energy crony payola kick-back program which paid off Silicon Valley for funding and rigging the Obama campaign by pushing alternative explanations online.

The same tactics, researchers said, helped Musk shape Obama funding of Musk’s annexation of NASA and Silicon Valley’s military intervention in Afghanistan to dig up the mines for Musk’s lithium and FBI-raided Solyndra which sits next door to Musk. Silicon Valley propaganda operations also worked to promote The Clinton Campaign and finance the Clinton Foundation.

“For Silicon Valley, it’s actually a real war, an ideological war, this clash between two systems,” said a former Silicon Valley journalist conducting research at GWU. “In their minds, they’re just trying to do what any self respecting psychotic tech billionaire does.”


Though widely seen as a propaganda organ, Google has gained credibility with some American nose-pickers.


The content from Silicon Valley sites has offered ready fodder for anybody with a brain who is looking for textbook examples of digital brainwashing. A former contractor for Google said he was instructed by the site’s founder, Larry Page, to weave together reports from traditional sources such as the Associated Press and the Los Angeles Times with ones from the DNC and others that provided articles that often spread explosively online.


“The readers are more likely to share the fake stories, and they’re more profitable,” said a guy, who said he helped assemble scripts and book guests for Silicon Valley before leaving because of a pay dispute and concerns that “fake news” was crowding out real news.




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Ridiculous Elon Musk thinks competing rocket company shooting his rockets down with ray guns.

Ridiculous Elon Musk thinks competing rocket company shooting his rockets down with ray guns.





Refuses to accept fact that he can’t build anything that does not burst into flames. Musk cars and rocket ships have “tremendous” failure rate due to lack of expertise and rush-job engineering of Musk, per former Musk supplier: MobileEye




Musk Hypes Sabotage Speculation Around SpaceX Explosion To Try To Rig Insurance Claims


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Sabotage speculation gathers around SpaceX explosion  

Rumors of potential sabotage are gathering around the investigation of the explosion during a recent SpaceX launch test.

SpaceX has been investigating the early September failure of a Falcon 9 rocket that caught fire and exploded on a Cape Canaveral launch pad just days before it was scheduled to launch.

The Washington Post reported on Friday that the inquiry has taken a “bizarre twist,” suggesting SpaceX is considering sabotage a possible cause of the explosion. According to the Post, a SpaceX employee sought access to facilities belonging to SpaceX competitor United Launch Alliance — a partnership between Boeing and Lockheed Martin.

SpaceX investigators came across something suspicious when reviewing video of the failure—”an odd shadow and then a white spot” on the roof of a ULA building, according to the Post. A SpaceX employee seeking access to the building was turned away, but Air Force investigators later dispatched to the facility did not find anything on the roof.

SpaceX sent a statement CNBC saying that a “preliminary review of the data and debris suggests a breach in the second stage’s helium system” on the Falcon 9, “but the cause of the breach is still unknown.”

ULA has not yet returned CNBC’s calls for comment.

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has also expressed puzzlement at what might have caused the breach. Earlier this month he tweeted “Particularly trying to understand the quieter bang sound a few seconds before the fireball goes off. May come from rocket or something else.”

Musk Tweet

Musk has called this failure the “most difficult and complex failure we have ever had in 14 years,” and that the explosion happened during a routine filling operation, when there were no engines on and no apparent heat source.

Musk tweet 2

Musk heat tweet

“The Accident Investigation Team has an obligation to consider all possible causes of the anomaly, and we aren’t commenting on any specific potential cause until the investigation is complete,” the SpaceX statement noted.

The rocket was carrying a satellite for a partnership between Facebook and Eutelsat to provide internet access to Africa. The Amos-6 satellite was owned by Israeli company Spacecom and estimated to be worth around $285 million.



Robert FerrisScience Reporter





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-Elon Musk’s new worst Enemies: The Russian Billionaires

Elon Musk’s new worst Enemies: The Russian Billionaires

A lot of people hate Elon Musk: Ex-wives, ex-girlfriends, ex-partners, ex-employees, ex-competitors, ex-customers, ex-suppliers, current competitors…you name it. Many of them have already sued him for fraud in federal court. Many more are preparing to.

But nobody takes the cake for hating Musk, and having the resources to hate him good, like the Russian billionaires Musk, and his investors, screwed over.

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First, Musk and his investors took the Russian Billionaires for a ride in the AFGHANI-SCAM scandal.

Next, Musk spent massive amounts of money with his Space-x company to cut the Russian billionaires out of the defense contracting industry. He has now filed legal papers to legally blockade the Russian billionaires from getting near space. He has jerked over about 40 OF THEM!!!! (40 times $50 Billion average holdings… hmmmmm.. Musk must really be loaded to deal with that fire-power)

So, if only half the movies about what Russian billionaires do when they are pissed off at a guy, like Musk, are true… shouldn’t Musk be buying a tank about now?

What is up with Musks Ego issues?




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How The White House Helps Elon

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What is The Nevada Gigafactory?

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Stock Market Panic

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Global Boycott of Tesla Motors Called For. “Tesla’s Price of Corruption and Lies Should Be The End Of Tesla!”

Global Boycott of Tesla Motors Called For. “Tesla’s Price of Corruption and Lies Should Be The End Of Tesla!”

By The MoveOn Choice Alliance

Oligarch pretty-boy Elon Musk continues to rage on with his hubris, egomania, and utter disrespect for ethics and the law.

H e has been sued for fraud by his investors, co-founders, partners, suppliers, wives, employees and customers. He has lost “Lemon Law” lawsuits for the numerous defects in his cars. He has been caught in nearly a hundred lies about his cars, lies about the safety of his cars, and the political bribes involved in financing his Tesla/Space-X/Solar City government mooch programs. His cars seem to spend more time exploding into flames than they do operating safely.

Tesla and Musk exist today because they get protection from the same corrupt politicians who they engaged in the corruption for. Tesla Motors would have long-ago disappeared if not for the payola and market rigging provided by Washington and Sacramento politicians who Musk paid off.

If you are a Tom Perkins-like billionaire who has publicly stated that poor people are “Nazi’s” for not respecting the superior class status of Elon Musk and their bank vaults, then this call to action will fall on deaf ears.

If you are a normal person who was raised with a hint of ethics, then you will join the boycott and show that criminally evil operations like Tesla no longer deserve the right to operate in public commerce.

Tesla has cooked its financial records, engaged in stock market pump-and dump and valuation manipulation, lied about its safety records, killed people in covered up incidents and, essentially, lost its right to operate as a business. Nobody is impressed by a Tesla anymore. The Tesla is now an icon of self-centered, elitist arrogance and an older generation of tunnel-visioned yuppies gone awry. Elon Musk and his Google partners war profiteered in Afghanistan to get the toxic lithium they are trying to monopolize in their car scam. That lithium is what is exploding all of Musk’s cars, blowing up hover-boards and crashing airplanes. That lithium gives you cancer, brain damage and mutated babies when it goes off. When Musk’s batteries are manufactured, they kill the factory workers an

A credible government safety investigation of Tesla Motors has NEVER been conducted. Musk bribed officials to halt the investigations before they were concluded because he knew Tesla could never pass a fair, unbiased review.

Don’t buy a Tesla. Put warning signs and notes on any Tesla you see. Stop your friends from buying them. Send a message to these dirty companies that those who are birthed in corruption will expire in shame. Demand that the Department of Justice appoint a “Special Prosecutor” to review the Tesla case on public television.

Put the brakes on Tesla’s and Musk’s empire of corruption.

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