When the Silicon Valley Frat Cartel Tried To Bury Outsiders, They
Discovered That They Were Seeds
By Andrew Cosgrove
When you bury a seed, it blooms, and blooms and blooms and millions like
it fill the fields...
As American streets are flooded with protests so large that they have
changed the course of history, eyes are now turned towards the
exclusionary, misogynist, money-laundering, bribery-based,
hooker-trafficking frat boys that run Silicon Valley.
In the latter half of the 19th century, before the advent of income
tax, there existed a class of millionaires in this country who used many
unscrupulous means to gain immense wealth, separating themselves from
the working class of the country by previously unheard-of multiples.
The Vanderbilts, the Astors, the Carnegies, the Mellons, the
Rockefellers and numerous other “industrialists” (today, we would call
them globalists) were able to amass great fortunes and live like
royalty, with much of their power enabled through the workings of the
politicians they influenced via graft.
In their day and age, they were known as “robber barons,” after the
wealthy lords of aristocratic Germany, where landowners charged
commoners an illegal tax for passing over their land.
Historian Hal Bridges wrote that the robber barons were “business
leaders in the United States from about 1865 to 1900… a set of
avaricious rascals who habitually cheated and robbed investors and
consumers, corrupted government, fought ruthlessly among themselves, and
in general carried on predatory activities comparable to those of the
robber barons of medieval Europe.”
Many students of history argue that America’s robber barons were only
tamed by the introduction of antitrust laws such as the Sherman Act and
the Clayton Act of 1890 and 1914, respectively, as well as the
introduction of income tax in 1913 and the stock market crash of 1929.
Until that time, the power of these business titans was left mostly
Many politicians — especially in large cities like New York — were
bought off by their riches and voted for (or even created) laws that
would favor and broaden these men’s empires. Regulations, agreements,
waivers and amendments were passed that allowed many of these
wealth-hoarders to assemble legal monopolies that would almost certainly
be outlawed today.
In fact, if one took the wealth of some of these men (like the
Rockefellers) and adjusted it for inflation into today’s dollars, their
riches would surpass those of even Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos.
But it’s these latter figures who now belong to today’s equivalent
class of men that can be considered the “robber barons” of our own era —
the billionaires of high-tech Silicon Valley.
When the Internet boom first occurred in the 1990s, Silicon Valley was
quick to tell Congress that Internet sales should not be subject to
taxes and that the Internet should not be regulated, lest this
burgeoning marketplace be trampled to death before it could fully
But that was then. In the interim, fortunes have been made, and a very
small number of players (Amazon, Google, eBay, Facebook, Craigslist,
Netflix, Airbnb, Uber) have dominated specific product niches and made
certain savvy players such as the aforementioned Bezos and Gates — along
with Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Eric
Schmidt, Pierre Omidyar, Craig Newmark, Brian Chesky, Steve Ballmer and
Larry Ellison, among others — insanely rich.
In fact, these people’s extreme wealth, along with the relatively
unregulated and untaxed industry that gave them that wealth, has
convinced many of them that they have the innate right to tinker with
markets and monopolies without undue fear of being legislated against or
taxed as other industry leaders have been.
In many cases — Bezos, Zuckerberg and Gates being some of the most
notorious examples — they’ve been falling all over themselves to enter
still further niches — automated cars, robotics and drones, for example
— in order to dominate those markets also by using their tremendous
fortunes to either acquire the leading players in these industries or to
drive them out of business through ruthless competition.
Along the way, the enormous power their market monopolies have given
them in terms of the data they’ve been able to compile and the
information they’ve been able to acquire on ordinary American citizens
has enriched them even further — some would say dangerously so.
In many ways, these men (there are virtually zero women among their
number) are the proper inheritors of the “robber baron” title today;
they’ve become so wealthy, most often through unique, once-in-a-lifetime
opportunities of timing and markets, that the rest of us can’t ever hope
to come anywhere near their gargantuan fortunes.
Their companies have a permanent presence in Washington, D.C. and rank
among the very top retainers of lobbying firms. Left unencumbered, these
“masters of the universe” could have a very real potential of ruling
over the lives of nearly everyone on the planet in some way for the rest
of our lifetimes.
Even now, rumors have been floated that tech billionaires Mark
Zuckerberg and Mark Cuban might want to run for president in 2020 or
2024. Nearly all of these men are large contributors to the Democratic
Party and have met with Democratic politicians, including Barack Obama,
Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris both
one-on-one and in groups.
High among their concerns are that immigrants keep flowing across the
country’s borders in order to keep their biggest costs — intelligent
labor — low. Quick to outsource to foreign countries and even quicker to
leave profits offshore to evade taxes, these billionaires are extremely
adept at using the law and corrupt politicians to their advantage.
For most of them, the concerns of the common man (the users of their
properties) rank far beneath whatever it is that will further expand and
perpetuate their empires. The gap between their ilk and that of the
working class has multiplied in the last two decades, at the expense of
America’s middle class.
Like the robber barons of old, these men are addicted to money, and
they can never have enough of it to satisfy their own egos. To them, the
laws of the United States are just a tool to access more wealth, and
whatever political levers and switches they need to throw in order to
get their way are simply a means toward an ultimate end.
After more than 20 years in many cases, it’s now long past time to put
the regulatory brakes on these people’s ventures and business power
grabs before we turn into a society ruled by technology and a few men
behind thin, oversized flat-panel displays. Companies that have too much
power and too much wealth concentrated in too few hands may need to be
broken up just as the railroad concerns, oil cartels and steel companies
of the original robber baron days were by Washington.
Lapinski says: "Silicon Valley is run like a cartel, and
they are essentially modern day robber barons....
"...I’ve actually been working on a
similar article myself called “Is Silicon Valley A Cartel?” but I
haven’t had a chance to finish writing it yet. Perhaps I need to
revisit it and publish.
Most of the major tech companies are
now using technology to segregate the masses, and social engineer
the entire planet much like Hitler and the Nazis attempted
previous to WW2, except now the technology exists to do this on a
To understand Silicon Valley today,
you have to look back to the past and understand how we got here.
When Silicon Valley was first founded as a tech hub in the late
1940-50’s it was under the intention of developing computer
technology for military industrial purposes. The intention was
always to further America’s technological superiority over the
rest of the world.
Many people do not realize that
Google and Facebook were both initially funded with both VC and
defense contractor money, and many of the tech companies like
Amazon have contracts with the CIA and Deep State. Modern day
Silicon Valley is the surveillance arm of the Deep State, and has
always been an arm of the military industrial complex.
Meanwhile, social media has
purposely been engineered to put people in echo chambers, and
control the masses. Even Medium is guilty of this, I have nearly
13k followers, yet every time I publish I barely reach 10% of my
following. Twitter and Facebook are even worse.
To make matters worse, it gets even
more complicated politically. What a lot of people do not know or
realize is that after the 2008 market crash Obama was financed by
Silicon Valley to get him into office. Once he was in office he
struck a deal with the Federal Reserve to bail the economy out and
printed a bunch of money which was handed to the Silicon Valley VC
firms and tech companies to rebuild the economy.
What those VC firms did with the
money was inflate the current tech bubble with printed money by
driving up housing costs, pricing out locals and Millennial’s
outside the tech industry, and pretty much destroying the local
economy in the Bay Area. While the Bay Area was arguably screwed
anyway with the market crash, and the tech industry does provide
many jobs, they ultimately didn’t give those jobs to the locals
and brought in indoctrinated college grads to displace much of the
local population and pay them just enough to survive but not
enough to buy property.
They then invested in companies that
either launder money to increase their power, collect everyones
data, spy on their users, or distract and divide them with
propaganda. They also invested heavily in machine learning and
A.I. so that they can automate most jobs in the future, and we are
now at a point where A.I. is advanced enough to censor the
Internet (which Google/Youtube, and Facebook are already doing).
This is enabling these companies to become complete and total
monopolies, and push political ideologies on the masses with no
basis in logic, reason, or reality.
Meanwhile, the billionaires,
investors, and CEOs of these companies are so far disconnected
from the struggles of every day Americans they actually believe
what they’re doing is for the greater benefit of humanity. Many of
them fancy themselves as superior to the rest of the country, and
world, and all their political nonsense is mostly hypocritical
virtue signaling rooted in identity politics. The very same
identity politics the Nazis used so successfully to divide and
conquer the masses during WW2 but with a hypocritical modern day
left leaning political spin.
With all that said, what Silicon
Valley billionaires are doing is wrong, and hypocritical. However,
please don’t blame the people, even the tech bros, because even
they’re all just brainwashed and trying to survive just like
everyone else and most don’t even realize they’re slaves to a
system that does not have their long-term interests in mind.
Source: Born and raised in the Bay
Bill Snyder of globally published
says: " Silicon Valley: Land of the 21st-century robber barons...
Apple, Amazon.com, eBay, Facebook, Google, and
the other technorati believe someone else should pay taxes, hire
Americans, or support the society they sell to
When it comes to paying taxes, Apple doesn't "think different." Like
every other global corporation, it does its best to pay as little as is
legally permissible. The difference, though, is that Apple does it
better than most and tries to convince the people who are stuck with the
bills that this is a perfectly normal state of affairs.
In just three years, Apple's tax avoidance ("evasion" is such a tacky
word) efforts shifted at least $74 billion from the reach of the
Internal Revenue Service, according to an explosive
report by a Senate subcommittee.
I'm no Apple hater; it makes great products I'm happy to use, and it
employs tens of thousands of people directly and in its supply chain. But
the more I think about its role in public life, the angrier I get. Apple,
in its own way, is un-American. Sadly, it has plenty of company in Silicon
The new aristocracy lives in Silicon Valley
The princelings of technocracy aren't bad people, but their
wealth insulates them from the shared experiences that create community.
They are a class apart -- maybe even a nation apart. They're the
21st-century successors to the rail and banking tycoons that ruled in
the late 19th and early 20th century: the robber barons.
Consider this anecdote told by George Packer in his thoughtful piece in
the May 27 issue of the New Yorker:
When state budget cuts threatened the quality of their local school,
parents in Woodside, Calif. -- one of the wealthiest enclaves in Silicon
Valley -- stepped up their fund-raising efforts. The Woodside School
Foundation now brings in about $2 million a year for a school with fewer
than 500 children. In a fund-raising auction, one parent bid $20,000 for
a tour of the Japanese gardens of Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, while others
paid twice that much for seats at a Mad Men Supper Club dinner for 16
I'm sure that many of those people would be appalled and upset by the
terrible conditions of the underfunded schools in nearby East Palo Alto,
and they might even make donations to help out. But I doubt many of them
connect the very obvious dots: When big companies and wealthy
individuals fail to pay taxes, legally or not, the community suffers.
What makes this so galling in my mind is the hypocritical and
egotistical belief in Silicon Valley itself that it is the most
enlightened patch of real estate on the planet.
Silicon Valley won't pay fair share, then decries poor public
As Alec MacGillis of the New Republic
points out, it's a bit rich for Apple to argue -- as Steve Jobs
did for years, and Tim Cook does now -- that the company needs more
visas and green cards for foreign engineers because there aren't enough
qualified Americans to fill tech jobs (patently
false, by the way), while Apple does its damnedest to keep its
contribution toward federal education aid as paltry as possible.
This is an example so blatant I couldn't have dreamt it up, of the
self-deception that exists alongside the hard work, idealism, and
engineering brilliance of Silicon Valley. It's the kind of blind spot
to which young, self-confident, super-successful industries are
One of the subsidiaries set up by Apple in Ireland has paid no
corporate income tax to any nation for the past five years, although it
reported $30 billion in net income from 2009 to 2012. Another subsidiary
has paid a tax rate to Ireland of 0.1 percent or less in 2009, 2010, and
2011, far below the normal Irish corporate income tax rate of 12
percent, according to the Senate subcommittee's report.
Valley of the dolts
Valley's power brokers want you to think they're different. But they're
just average robber barons.
Zuckerberg, of course, had not conquered Gaul. He had not scattered the
German armies nor subjugated Britain, nor crossed the Rubicon and become
first consul. He had not visited death and terror upon a continent, nor
brought an end to an old republic, setting off a chain of intrigues that
would birth the mightiest empire in the history of the world. No. Mark
Zuckerberg had made a shit ton of money.
By April of this year, Facebook stock was worth more than $116 a share,
up from its initial offering of $38. The social network had made its early
investors even richer than they had ever anticipated. That same month, The
Economist put Zuckerberg on its cover for the second time but now
without detectable irony. His face appeared on a marble statue of
Augustus, seated in cape and laurel crown beside a tiny globe. “IMPERIAL
AMBITIONS” roared the headline. Mark’s outstretched arm gave the imperial
thumbs-up. He liked it.
The press enjoys excitedly praising tech titans by comparing them to
fantastical and mythical figures. Zuckerberg is Caesar. Elon Musk, a
wizard. Peter Thiel, who believes that he lives in the moral
universe of Lord of the Rings, is a
vampire. I do not know if these men believe that they have the
supernatural powers the media claims. Maybe they do. I do know that they
do not mind the perception, or at least have done nothing to combat it,
even among those critics who believe that they’re cartoon villains.
press enjoys excitedly praising tech titans by comparing them to
fantastical and mythical figures.
This might not be so bad if the phenomenon were limited to daft profiles
by fawning magazine writers. But this Hegelian fan fiction is nowhere more
potent than from the mouths of the Disruptors themselves. Mark Zuckerberg
in the voice of God. Shane Smith, by his own account, is the Stalin
of Vice. Silicon Valley investor Carl Icahn was called “evil
Captain Kirk” by fellow billionaire Marc Andreessen, before he was
himself dubbed Dr.
Evil by Rod Dreher, who has evidently not absorbed a cultural
reference since 1999. When Elon Musk worries that Larry Page is hurtling
toward AI without a sufficient appreciation of the risks, he calls it “summoning
the demon.” Seamless CEO Jonathan Zabusky, a typical case, says his
food delivery application for depressed millennials is “disrupting the
paradigm” by showing people that “the era of the paper menu” is over.
AirBnB’s mission statement laments “the mechanization and Industrial
Revolution of the last century,” which “displaced” “feelings of trust and
belonging”; their mission is to turn the world back into the “village” of
simpler eras by encouraging longstanding residents of gentrifying areas to
out their homes to monied travelers. Some firms are more modest:
HubSpot, a marketing and sales platform, is merely on a mission to make
the whole world “more inbound,” which is to say, more reliant on their
blogging tips for small businesses.
Even President Obama speaks of Silicon Valley as if it were an industry
for madcap geniuses alone, a land of such earth-changing potential that
it’s somewhere he might
find himself once he’s left the Oval Office. When he chides citizens
of the Valley, he chides them like a Dr. Frankenstein warning his monster
about hubris: “Sometime we get, I think, in the scientific community, the
tech community, the entrepreneurial community, the sense that we just have
to blow up the system or create this parallel society,” he told
the Frontiers Conference last October. The president believes that sense
is wrong, of course, but where did he get the idea that tech CEOs were
capable of these feats in the first place?
Let us state the obvious: None of these men are Roman Emperors, and they
haven’t got the wherewithal to “blow up” anything but a stock market
bubble. They are not Lex Luthors or Gandalfs or Stalins. Their products do
not bring about revolutions. They are simply robber barons, JP Morgans and
Andrew Mellons in mediocre T-shirts. I have no doubt that many are
preternaturally intelligent, hardworking people, and it is a shame that
they have dedicated these talents to the mundane accumulation of capital.
But there is nothing remarkable about these men. The Pirates of Silicon
Valley do not have imperial ambitions. They have financial ones.
The vast majority of Silicon Valley startups, the sort that project lofty
missions and managed improbably lucrative IPOs despite never having graced
the cover of The Economist or the frontal cortex of the president, work
precisely like any other kind of mundane sales operation in search of a
product: Underpaid cold-callers receive low wages and less job security in
exchange for a foosball table and the burden of growing a company as
quickly as possible so that it can reach a liquidation event. Owners and
investors get rich. Managers stay comfortable. The employees get hosed.
None of this is particularly original. At least the real robber barons
built the railroads.
Like all slim ranks of oligarchy, the Silicon Valley billionaires hate
and fear nothing more than ordinary people. This manifests itself in
mundane ways, in their open, cartoonish
class spite (why, they ask, must Innovators in San Francisco be
burdened by the existence of homeless riff-raff?); it is revealed in their
most contemplative moments too. Peter Thiel has said that when the history
of the 21st century is written, René Girard will be remembered as one of
its greatest intellectuals. Girard is best known for the contention that
all human desire is mimetic, that not only aesthetic taste but even hunger
and lust are modeled on the desires of others. Perhaps this is why Thiel
does not believe that capitalism and democracy are
compatible. We know which side he’s chosen. So long as he and his
fellows can continue to exploit that same mimetic tendency to persuade
people that they are superhuman and essential to their flourishing, his
side will continue to win.
The sins of the prestige firms are no less mundane. While each at least
can claim a real and viable product, their evil is nothing so spectacular
as the demonic. As The New York Times, Guardian, and
others have reported, even the well-compensated white-collar workers of
companies like Amazon
and Facebook face notoriously brutal labor conditions. For the warehouse
workers and contract laborers required to keep those companies running,
matters are even
worse. “When you’re in shipping and they double or triple their
workforce over the winter holidays, you’re working at times in below zero
temps INSIDE the warehouse,” one Amazon warehouse worker wrote
to Gawker’s Hamilton Nolan in 2013. Efforts to unionize
employees have been met with duplicity beyond ordinary managerial
resistance. Quartz reported in February on sinister attempts to
organization at Uber. Not content to resist their own employees’
efforts to unionize, Uber has also worked to undermine other labor guilds,
illegal operations in cities that have led to the destruction of
local taxi businesses.
all slim ranks of oligarchy, the Silicon Valley billionaires hate and
fear nothing more than ordinary people.
AirBnb, despite its Keatsian mission, has mainly succeeded in ravaging
the housing market for low-income families. Seamless hasn’t
disrupted the “paper menu world” half so much as it has disrupted
tipping standards and wage prospects for its delivery workers.
The racist hiring practices of Silicon Valley prestige firms are an open
secret, with only 5
percent of technical roles held by black or Latino workers. (“We are
not where we want to be,” their diversity reports intone with all the
sincerity of a Soviet bureaucrat adjusting potato projections down again).
Their collusion with federal spy agencies, assisting in surveillance
efforts and voluntarily turning over FISA-court-approved user data in
exchange for cash, was a secret, until it
wasn’t. Peter Thiel did not use magic to destroy Gawker; he
In 2010, the Department of Justice exposed what it called an “overarching
conspiracy” to suppress wages among companies like Apple, Google,
Intel, Adobe, Intuit, eBay, and Pixar. The Silicon Valley supermen were
aware as far back as 2005 that what they were doing was illegal.
“[Google’s Eric] Schmidt instructed his Senior VP for Business Operation
Shona Brown to keep the pact secret and only share information ‘verbally,
since I don’t want to create a paper trail over which we can be sued
Mark Ames. “At times,” he said of the Disruptor’s behavior, “it reads like
something lifted straight out of the robber baron era that produced those
[anti-trust] laws. Today’s inequality crisis is America’s worst on record
since statistics were first recorded a hundred years ago — the only
comparison would be to the era of railroad tycoons in the late 19th
century.” Although Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos takes only $81,000 in salary
every year – barely more than the average Facebook intern! – he has
managed to accrue a net worth in excess of $65 billion. Perhaps he really
is a wizard.
The cultivation of power requires the projection of power in excess of
its reality. When Julius Caesar – the real one – made up his mind to
annihilate the German tribes who had once again invaded Gaul, he ordered
his engineers to build a bridge over the Rhine as wide as a two-lane
highway, big enough for 10 soldiers to march across side by side. He
wanted the Germani “to experience fear… when they realized that the army
of the Roman people was both capable of crossing the Rhine and brave
enough to venture it.” It worked. When the bridge was finished, the Roman
army marched across it as if on parade in the streets of Rome. They went
slow with their horns blasting and their flags aloft, led by cavalry
draped in ceremonial colors. They found no army on the other side.
Terrified of the Roman engineering feat, the Germani had fled in terror,
and for 18 days they cowered in the forest while Caesar pillaged every
defenseless village he could find. When he was done he marched back to
Gaul and ordered the bridge torn down.
If your enemies can convince you that they are an unprecedented species
of madman, you will convince yourself that you need unprecedented weapons
to fight back or that you may be better off just hiding in the forest. But
you are not.
The rigged contracts and wage suppression, the racism and surveillance
collusion (soon to be playing voluntary
footsie with Donald Trump’s NSA, with further
chicanery to follow), all these sins of Silicon Valley have come
about and been overcome before in the short history of American
capitalism. They require only the same weapons as before. Organization and
agitation. Strikes and labor laws. The ordinary practice of radical
politics. Some of these efforts have begun
already, with militant organizing and unionization drives beginning
to organize Silicon Valley laborers against their exploiters. But these
movements require national and popular support, support that cannot begin
until the pretense and terror of world-conquering wizards is abandoned and
the truth is laid bare: These are only rich assholes, the same as they
ever were. All that superman bullshit is just the cheap propaganda of the
powerful, propaganda so thoroughly saturated in the American mind that its
own inventors might believe it.
This fall, Silicon Valley Shakespeare (“Innovate • Illuminate • Inspire”)
staged Julius Caesar for the first time in the company’s 16-year
history. The press
release promised that audiences would have a chance to “see this
classic political thriller set in a modern world, showing the power and
problem of the mob mentality, and how far people will go to rule a
This summary is instructive. To the entertainers of the Valley, Julius
Caesar is a play about “mob mentality,” the dangers of unruly herds who
upset the proper order of the world. This is an assessment that might
surprise anyone who has read Shakespeare’s history and noticed that with
the exception of a soothsayer and a single servant, every character in it
is an aristocrat. But more than that, it is remarkable because as any high
school student can tell you, Julius Caesar is not a play about the dangers
of the mob; it is a play about the dangers of ambition and power. It is
about hubris. You do not see the crowds that Brutus and Antony address
because the crowds do not matter. They only exist to cheer the rivals as
they sort out the pretense of the coming war. The fault that was not in
their stars but in themselves has been corrected. They are underlings no
Julius Caesar is about a man believed to be a God, a man who cultivated
divinity so well that he believed it himself. It is about a man who
believed it until the mid-March afternoon when he discovered to his great
surprise that even Caesar can be overthrown with old and ordinary weapons.
Per The United States Congress, The FBI and the FTC: The High-Tech
Antitrust Black-Listing Litigation is a United States Department of
Justice (DOJ) antitrust action and a civil class action against several Silicon Valley companies for secret collusion
agreements which targeted high-tech employees. This case was one of the
most famous federal lawsuits in Silicon Valley. Scam fronts for Silicon Valley oligarchs are being
The tech Cartel is evil because: they steal any
technology they desire; they run a prostitution ring and sexually extort young women and interns in Silicon Valley; they are 'rape
culture' take-what-they-want misogynists, ageists and racists as their history of abuses has proven; their
Palo Alto Cartel operates AngelGate-type collusion and stock market insider trading schemes that harm
independent business and the public; their Cartel ran
the "no poaching" CEO ring which was class-action sued by DOJ and tech
workers; 90% of their divorce court files reveal horrific abuses and sex trafficking; They have an army of lobbyists that pay cash, stock market and revolving door bribes to U.S. Senators; They can
even evade FBI & SEC investigations; They hire women to act as 'trophy wives' and 'beards'; they have lobbyists rig the U.S. Patent Office in order to
block inventor patent rights because they are using stolen technologies;
they have been caught on video and recordings beating, kicking and harming women hundreds of times; They
have bought up all of the Tier-One tech law firms and order them to black-list, and never help, those who seek equal
tech rights; they collude to abuse your privacy and make databases on the
public for political control; they have to cheat to compete because they
are only good with spread sheets instead of innovation; They run
black-lists, character assassination attacks, collusion and other
anti-trust violating acts in violation of RICO laws.
Silicon Valley has become the largest assemblage of douche-bags
and yuppie frat boy criminals in human history. Theranos is not the exception, it is the
standard. Tesla, Google, Theranos, Wework, Facebook are
lies backed by famous political insiders to protect their insider trading and covered-up by fake news
operators. They are also fronts to fund political campaigns via the
ill-gotten profits from their endeavors.
When the bad guys, and their lap-dog politicians, attack you because your
products are better than theirs they are proving that they are frat boy scumbags, from Stanford and Yale, that
operate in a little pack, like dogs! Their Sandhill Road operation should
be raided by the FBI! The best thing that could come from the COVID
pandemic is that they all are forced into bankruptcy!
When your Senator holds stock market shares in companies that
exist to profit on the backs of consumers, via corruption,
then it is impossible for that Senator to ever do anything but be corrupt!
We have reported this in writing to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
and 30+ other federal officers but have yet to see our whistle-blower
rewards...or any action! Do you wonder how big politician insider stock
trading is? Take a look at how many TRILLIONS of dollars pass
through the stock markets annually and then look at the reported, AND
UNREPORTED, securities holdings of famous U.S. Senators and
government agency staff. That is what Seth Rich and the people in the "In
Memory Of" section, below, were disclosing. These are massive crimes!
The crooks at Google, Facebook, Tesla, Linkedin, Netflix, etc., broke
felony laws and the basic principles of Democracy.
Google faces $5 billion lawsuit in U.S. for
tracking 'private' internet use. Google WILL pay for their crimes or be
killed off as a business because of their corruption!
They bribed your Senators, White House Staff, insider agency staff and
operated a Silicon Valley Oligarch sociopath political Cartel.
What kinds of people were some of these high tech oligarchs? Read their
divorce Court Records about their Jeffrey Epstein, NXIVM sex trafficking; Andy Rubin and Goguen sex slaves; tax evasions; money laundering; intern
abuses; misogyny; racism; political insider-trading stock market bribes to
U.S. Senators; a 'Silicon Valley Tech Mafia' and other
What would you do if you found out that Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, Elon
Musk, Sergy Brin, John Doerr and other dynastic elitist insider Stanford
frat boys were running a mob-like Cartel? Over 60,000 engineers in Silicon
Valley took the problem to Federal Court!
Ask Christopher Wray, John F. Bennett, Craig D. Fair and the other senior
officials at the FBI, DOJ, SEC, FTC and other major federal investigation
agencies: Organized crime in Silicon Valley is getting a harder
look these days!
The defendants, in the first case, included Adobe, Apple Inc., Google, Intel, Intuit, Pixar, Lucasfilm and eBay, all high-technology companies with a principal
place of business in the San Francisco–Silicon Valley area of California
where they collude together to harm competitors. It is a well
documented fact that Facebook, Google, Netflix, Linkedin, etc. use
sophisticated psychological testing on each applicant in order to
filter out all but the most radical devotees of the founders
ideologies. These companies then maintain an echo-chamber resonance,
throughout the company, to reinforce their ideological message, much
like Scientology does. In these companies one must praise Elon Musk
and Mark Zuckerberg and hate those who the founders target. The
founders target their competitors, in violation of anti-trust laws.
The first civil class action was filed by five plaintiffs, one of
whom has died in a curious incident; it accused the tech
companies of collusion between 2005 and 2009. In Abolish
Silicon Valley: How to liberate technology from capitalism
we see another of thousands of insiders expose the fact that Silicon
Valley is a pile of filth.
Additional cases are planned for filing. Formal complaints have been
filed with The SEC, The DOJ, The GAO, The FBI, The FTC and The U.S.
Congress. Active investigations into 'Angelgate' and related
collusion and anti-trust matters are known to be under-way
by federal, news outlet and private investigators as of 2020. U.S.
Senators, and other politicians, who covertly own stock in these
Silicon Valley companies, have been delaying enforcement against
these corrupt companies. Consumer rights groups have pledged to take down
each and every politician who owns these corrupt stocks and protects these
Our alliance of investigators and agency staff have FBI-level
investigated: Steven Chu, Larry Page, David Dummond, Lachlan Seward, Andy
Rubin, Jeffrey Epstein, Elon Musk, Nicholas Guido Denton, Harvey
Weinstein, Eric Schmidt and the rest of the RICO-violating "Club" and had
them fired or removed from their positions. They will remain under public
surveillance for the rest of their lives and their case files will be
added to monthly via submissions to federal agencies and news entities.
What would an insane tech oligarch (Like Schmidt, Musk, Reid, Brin,
Westly, Page, Khosla, etc.) do for trillions of dollars of criminal gain?
When you run the
following query on the stock market volume for a single day, ie: "Select
sum(Close*volume*0.001), count(*) from myTable where date = '9/27/2017'."..you
get the following result: 7300 stocks were traded, Total Money flow:
$271,072,334,824. This is how much was traded on that day.
The total world derivatives market has
been estimated at about $791 trillion face or nominal value, 11 times the
size of the entire world economy.
The World Bank
publishes global data on stocks traded by $ value here.
- 2016 - $77.5 trillion for the year.
publish this stat. Here
is the data for NASDAQ
- Feb 6, 2018 - $192 billion for the day.
And the Indian
stock market volume data (in Indian Rupees) is here.
- BSE + NSE cash market, Feb 2018 - About Rs 40,000 crore daily.
That’s about $6 billion per day.
Average estimates put daily stock movement between 5 to ten
trillion dollars per day. You can buy lot's of
Weinstein/Epstein-like private islands, private jets, sex parties,
U.S. Senators and crony government contracts with that kind of
money. Once an oligarch starts buying sex with underage girls, they
don't stop. In
fact, there is nothing that a corrupt tech oligarch and their
owned Senator won't do to keep their little pig trough filled up.
The average murder/robbery in the United States is undertaken for
an average amount under $100.00
Thus, an Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk, Steve Westly, David Drummond,
Vinod Khosla, Reid Hoffman, Steve Jurvetson, Andy Rubin, Larry Page
or similar oligarch, who is sociologically addicted to money and
power, is most certainly capable of ordering and operating
election manipulations, Presidential bribes, murders and
engaging in other crimes to protect those greed-based assets. They
have the full resources to do so, have federal records proving that
they hire lobbyists and operatives who do these things for them and
have a documented history of engaging in extremist actions.
The Silicon Valley Cartel Hires
Gawker, Gizmodo, Jalopnik,
Black Cube, Fusion GPS, etc. to run "hit-jobs" on those who report their
The Hit Job
How much do you have to pay Google, Alphabet, YouTube and Black Cube
to dedicate a portion of their servers to push a character
assassination set of links, against a competitor, to all five billion
people on Earth with internet access? How much did Obama, Clinton,
Bloomberg spend using those exact same systems to attack their
We know. We have their financial records, invoices and receipts
and so does the FBI and the NSA.
How much do you have to pay to get them to lock those attack links on
one of the first 4 lines of EVERY search result, in the same position
in the search results, for over a decade (which proves that their
search results are not "organic", they are manually manipulated by
Google and YouTube)? How much did Obama, Clinton, Bloomberg spend
using those exact same systems to attack their political enemies?
We know. We have their financial records, invoices and receipts
and so does the FBI and the NSA.
How much does it cost to make a Disney-like animated movie about a
whistle-blower? How much does the production and software and
person-hour billings cost? How much does it cost to distribute that
movie world-wide and lock it in the top line of all search results?
We know. We have their financial records, invoices and receipts
and so does the FBI and the NSA.
How much does it cost to hire a warehouse full of Russian, Nigerian
and Chinese click-farm operators who use Palantir and Google software
to instantly be alerted of any mention of a person's name on the
internet and to then go slam that person in the comment sections with
endless troll remarks? Elon Musk uses these same people to hype his
narcissistic need for attention. Obama, Clinton, Bloomberg and other
politicians hire these same people to attack their political
adversaries. How much does it cost to have anonymous trolls in foreign
countries kill a person's brand globally?
We know. We have their financial records, invoices and receipts and a
huge number of lawsuits, court records, federal investigation and
investigative journalism reports have exposed those records and
details. The FBI, NSA, SEC, FTC and Congressional investigators can
also confirm these numbers!
So it turns out that it costs: $35,422,152.00 to have a person
and their business killed!
That is how much they spent on their attack on the Plaintiff! The
people at the top of the heap who organized the attacks were David
Plouffe, Jay Carney, David Axelrod, Denis Mcdonough, Steve Rattner,
Robert Gibbs, Rahm Emanual and their associates and they did it from The
West Wing and The Oval Office in The White House.
Many of the political attacks were edited by Nick Denton and his seedy tabloid empire
Gawker/Gizmodo. Investigations have revealed that the White House and
California Senators hired IN-Q-Tel; Gawker Media; Jalopnik; Gizmodo
Media; K2 Intelligence; WikiStrat; Podesta Group; Fusion GPS; Google;
YouTube; Alphabet; Facebook; Twitter; Think Progress; Media Matters);
Black Cube; Correct The Record; Orbis Business Intelligence,
Undercover Global Ltd; Stratfor; Jigsaw; ShareBlue/Acronym; Cambridge
Analytica; Sid Blumenthal; David Brock; Plouffe Consulting; PR Firm
Sunshine Sachs; Covington and Burling; Buzzfeed; Perkins Coie; Advance
Democracy Inc.; The Democracy Integrity Project; Popily, Inc; Bean,
LLC.; Edward Austin; Istok Associates; Silicon Valley Community Foundation; Yonder and
Wilson Sonsini to run hit-jobs, character assassinations, dirty tricks
and economic reprisal attacks on any applicants who reported the
crimes. Each of those companies are now under federal and civil
investigation.These companies sell "kill services" that use CIA
and KGB-style tactics to harm witnesses and whistle-blowers.
Media Matters for America founder David Brock is a hired media
assassin who reaped illegal profits through the transfer of millions
from a nonprofit he founded to a for-profit entity under his control,
according to an IRS complaint filed by a watchdog group. The complaint
details how Brock’s nonprofit group American Bridge Foundation (AB
Foundation) transferred $2.7 million in tax-exempt assets to True Blue
Media, a for-profit company owned by Brock that is the parent company
of ShareBlue, a for-profit media company now known as The
American Independent. The transfers violated IRS rules that
prohibit nonprofit organizations from using their tax-exempt resources
to pay personal or private expenses of any key figures connected to
the nonprofit, the complaint stated. AB Foundation’s transfers to True
Blue Media were disclosed in the nonprofit’s Form 990s filed to the
IRS in 2017
"Brock is a well-known hit man who took money to target our group
in reprisal for whistle-blowing...." Said Team 7 staff.
The money was conduited and assisted for pass-through by political
financiers Eric Schmidt, Larry Page, Sergy Brin, Elon Musk, John
Doerr, Vinod Khosla, Steve Westly, Steve Spinner and their Silicon Valley oligarch Cartel black-listing
It was a felony. It violated RICO, Anti-Trust and Constitutional
So they spent over thirty five million dollars attacking the
Plaintiff and shutting down a competitor that was targeted to make
over six billion dollars in profits. The attackers then made the six
billion dollars in profits for themselves, at the expense of the
So how much do you think they owe the Plaintiff per previous court
awards for such crimes against a member of the public?
No-poaching Case: The Growing Debate over Employee Mobility."
Knowledge@Wharton. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 30
A lawsuit by Silicon
Valley workers claims Steve Jobs was a ringleader in a
conspiracy not to poach employees. If Silicon Valley's
biggest companies want an embarrassing employee lawsuit to go
The perpetrators operate a massive and abusive national sex cult
in the SandHill Road Venture Capital offices, located
between Highway 280 down to to Santa Cruz Avenue on Sand Hill Road in
Menlo Park, California, are the main perpetrators of this global
cartel. Their executives at Google, Facebook, Netflix, Linkedin,
Twitter, and their related holdings, comprise the rest. The Harvey
Weinstein and Ed
sex scandals are well known. These men's
sex cult actions
have been widely covered in the news
individually in the Joe
Lonsdale rape case
Kleiner Perkins Ellen Pao sex abuse lawsuit
, The Eric
Schmidt sex penthouse stories
Jeffrey Epstein case
, The Google
Forrest Hayes hooker murder case
, The Andy
Rubin sex slave case
, The Sergy
Brin 3-way sex romp
scandal, The British
, The Elon
Musk Steve Jurvetson billionaire sex parties
cases, The Michael
Goguen anal sex slave
Tom Perkins Hooker Parties and thousands of other cases and
federal divorce court filings.
have proven themselves, over and over, to be sociopath
not fit for participation in public commerce,
public policy or media control. The
Four Seasons Hotel
are estimated to engage in over $30,000.00 of high-end
escort sex trafficking per day, a portion of it managed by Eastern
Bloc Mafia operators
. At least 10 Ukrainian escorts fly in and
out of SFO and SJO airports every week for these Cartel members.
Google boss David Drummond engaged in horrible philandering sexual
violations of his wife yet Google covers up every story about it on
the web. Google's Eric Schmidt is under massive
You hear about the female victims of this sex
cult but you rarely hear about the young male victims. One of their
vast numbers of prostitutes is quoted as saying that the girls and
boys are paid "not just for sex but for the oligarch's endless
need to feel that they can control anyone for any reason...".
attorney general's controlled by their cartel, ie: Eric
and Eliot Spitzer
are involved this these sex rings. These are the main
influencers of a national political party and they are all involved
in horrific sex perversions and abuses!
The AngelGate Conspiracy ( https://venturecapitalcorruption.weebly.com/the-angelgate-conspiracy.html
); The Job Collusion Case ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-Tech_Employee_Antitrust_Litigation
) and hundreds of other cases, prove that the perpetrators regularly
and racketeer, in full
view of law enforcement, without ever getting arrested by the
FBI because they bribe public officials in order to avoid
Public officials and
Silicon Valley oligarchs exchanged felony bribes and manipulated
government actions in order to benefit themselves and harm us. these
are the facts including the lists of bribes, attacks and covert
Famous members of congress lie, cheat, steal and manipulate public
records in order to protect their trillions of dollars of Google,
Facebook, Netflix, Tesla and Amazon insider stock market payola.
Now the public is working together, around the globe, to end this
corruption forever by exposing every single one of the corrupt and all
of their dirty secrets!
of Energy staff (ie: Chu), White House staff (ie: Emanual), CIA
staff (ie: Woolsey) owned the rare earth (ie: lithium, indium)
mining scam stock (ie: Goldman Sachs transfers) market securities
from foreign countries (ie: Afghanistan, Congo) which only benefited
themselves, Elon Musk and his Silicon Valley cartel.
Demand the immediate divestiture of all stock market holdings of
all politicians and their family members because that is how most
bribes are now paid!
The robber barons
of Silicon Valley January 8, 2018 Today's high-tech robber
barons use old-school techniques to make piles of money from
the skilled and unskilled workers that they exploit ...
Contra the robber
barons of nineteenth-century America, theirs is said to be a
largely benign class that works to educate, innovate, and give back.
Even supposedly reform-minded liberal politicians like Elizabeth
Warren, who last year took care to normalize billionaire wealth even
as she pledged to modestly tax it, basically agree .
17, 2017Silicon Valley Billionaires Are the
New Robber Barons ... Silicon Valley
Billionaires Are the New Robber Barons. Victor Davis
Hanson ... Yet most of the computers and smartphones sold by Silicon
Today's Tech Oligarchs
Are Worse Than the Robber Barons. Our Silicon
Valley Robber Barons. ... "If you think Silicon
Valley is going to fuel growing prosperity, you are likely to
17, 2017Hanson: Silicon Valley billionaires
are the new robber barons ... Such supposedly foul
play had inordinately enriched "robber baron"
buccaneers such as John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Mellon ...
Billionaires Are the New Robber Barons ... and
railroads. Such supposedly foul play had inordinately enriched "robber
baron" buccaneers such as John D. Rockefeller, Andrew ...
In 2012, for example,
Obama won Silicon Valley by more than 40 percentage
points. Of the political donations to presidential candidates that
year from employees at Google and Apple, over 90 ...
31, 2017These were the likes of Andrew Carnegie and J.P.
Morgan, Andrew Mellon and John D. Rockefeller. The Industrialists the
anti-free-market Left dubbed "Robber Barons" - simply
because these men ...
Land of the 21st-century robber barons Apple,
Amazon.com, eBay, Facebook, Google, and the other technorati believe
someone else should pay taxes, hire Americans, or support the ...
Robber Barons Are Using Government As a Weapon Against
Us In the Left's usually skewed view of America's past, they reserve a
special place in historical Hell for the
late-19th-Century-early-20th-Century entrepreneurial giants who helped
revolutionize our economy and nation.