10 Ways The Department of Energy Lied About It's “Cleantech” Funding Program. You will be horrified by number 6!
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10 Ways The Department of Energy Lied About It’s “Cleantech” Funding Program. You will be horrified by number 6!
By A. Keaton
#1. Somewhere between 800 million, and over six trillion, dollars of U.S. taxpayer money was embezzled in corruption schemes in Afghanistan. Electric car Lithium mining contracts in Afghanistan appear to have been exchanged for campaign financing traded out through the U.S. Department of Energy.
- Afghanistan Mining Corruption, Part 1
- Afghanistan Mining Corruption, Part 2
- Afghanistan Mining Corruption, Part 3
- Afghanistan Mining Corruption, Part 4
- How Elon Musk, Google’s VC’s and Kleiner Perkins were involved in the Afghan mining corruption, Part 1
#2. Campaign financiers, including Google and Elon Musk, were directly involved in organizing some of these Afghan corruption scams and hold huge stakes in Afghan mining deals for products that Google and Tesla sell directly, or indirectly. White House staff and advisors held, or hold, stock in the companies related to Google and Tesla. U.S. Senators charged with corruption, held, or hold, stock in the companies related to Google and Tesla and had major conflicts of interest with the Companies given funds by Steven Chu, their friend, at the U.S. Department of Energy.
#3. Solyndra, backed by the Department of Energy, was raided by the FBI. Solyndra was created to exploit indium and lithium from Afghanistan. California State Officials held, or hold, stock in the companies in Solyndra, Google and Tesla and had major conflicts of interest with the companies given funds by Steven Chu and the Department of Energy.
#4. U. S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu held, or holds, stock in the companies related to Google and Tesla and had major conflicts of interest with the Companies given funds by himself while working at the Department of Energy. Chu and his Department of Energy staff sabotaged most applicants that competed with Afghanistan lithium mining holdings of campaign investors.
#5. Google holds various interests in Elon Musk’s companies and his suppliers. Google and Elon Musk’s companies would not be in existence today if not for state and federal government hand-outs at taxpayer expense facilitated by the U.S. Department of Energy. Google placed more of it’s staff in the White House and federal agencies, in direct conflict-of-interest, than any other company in the world.
#6. White House senior executives have ordered federal agencies to “stand down”, “take no action”, “cover up” or “punish reporters” in these charges. The Attorney General: Eric Holder, ran a cover-up of these crimes on behalf of Silicon Valley campaign financiers.
#7. Goldman Sachs had a managing, profit-taking and political campaign finance relationship with almost every suspect in these crimes and was the investment banker for almost every one of them.
#8. Google manipulated the internet to attack and destroy politicians, reporters, companies and individuals who competed with Google, Elon Musk or Kleiner Perkins-related assets with the support of U.S. Department of Energy and White House officials.
#9. Tesla and Solyndra have the same property, supplier, Senate, construction, leasing, HR service and related political kick-back deals in effect and the family of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein was involved in profit taking on each of those aspects.
#10. U.S. taxpayers lost trillions of dollars, jobs, 401K asset value and suffered other damages because of these crimes.
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Topics: Steven Chu, Solyndra, FBI raid, Tesla Motors, Model X, Elon Musk, Kleiner Perkins, Attorney General Eric Holder, Department of Energy, Afghanistan, U.S. Department of Energy, ATVM Loan, Loan Guarantee Program, CleanTech, Google Driverless cars, Afghanistan lithium, corrupt mining deals, Afghanistan is the Saudi Arabia of Lithium, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein