HOW THE SILICON VALLEY TECH MAFIA OPERATES TO DESTROY SOCIETY

 

HOW THE SILICON VALLEY TECH MAFIA OPERATES TO DESTROY SOCIETY

 

For example, speaking theoretically: Mark Zuckerberg tells David Plouffe to change a law to help more homosexual men get access to public bathrooms when they need release. David Plouffe tells six of his contacts that Mark wants this done and says it in a way that makes it clear that Mark won't finance any political campaigns that don't make this happen. One of the people that Plouffe tells is Kent Walker, when he see's him at Cheesecake Factory in Palo Alto. Kent is the head legal schemer at Google and a key watchdog in the Cartel activities. Kent is like the Robert Duval Character in "The Godfather" movies. Kent passes this on to Jared Birchell (who handles all of the dirty deed facades for Elon Musk and...),  who is also keen to work for Google's Larry Page when, and if, Musk is ever arrested for RICO and anti-trust violations. David Plouffe, at the same time, gives a little talk at the 9th annual "Techonomy", pay-for-narcissm, TED-like conference in Half Moon Bay, California where he talks to Venture Capitalist John Chambers, the former CEO of Cisco who allowed the NSA to put hardware surveillance bugs in every Cisco network router, and tells Chambers of the grand homosexual bathroom plan. Chambers wonders if this applies to corporate bathrooms and if this will allow tech CEO's to take young male interns into corporate bathrooms with greater ease.

Next Plouffe calls his buddy Marc Elias and says: "Let's get this done because it can swing some big Zucker-bucks into Hillary and Pete's political funds..."

Former president Barack Obama’s official campaign organization has directed nearly a million dollars to the same law firm that funneled money to Fusion GPS, Marc Elias is crooked insider who runs the big political schemes at the firm behind the infamous Steele dossier. Since April of 2016, Obama For America (OFA) has paid over $972,000 to Perkins Coie, records filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) show.

The Washington Post reported last week that Perkins Coie, an international law firm, was directed by both the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Hillary Clinton’s campaign to retain Fusion GPS in April of 2016 to dig up dirt on then-candidate Donald Trump. Fusion GPS then hired Christopher Steele, a former British spy, to compile a dossier of allegations that Trump and his campaign actively colluded with the Russian government during the 2016 election. Though many of the claims in the dossier have been directly refuted, none of the dossier’s allegations of collusion have been independently verified. Lawyers for Steele admitted in court filings last April that his work was not verified and was never meant to be made public.

OFA, Obama’s official campaign arm in 2016, paid nearly $800,000 to Perkins Coie in 2016 alone, according to FEC records. The first 2016 payments to Perkins Coie, classified only as “Legal Services,” were made April 25-26, 2016, and totaled $98,047. A second batch of payments, also classified as “Legal Services,” were disbursed to the law firm on September 29, 2016, and totaled exactly $700,000. Payments from OFA to Perkins Coie in 2017 totaled $174,725 through August 22, 2017.

FEC records as well as federal court records show that Marc Elias, the Perkins Coie lawyer whom the Washington Post reported was responsible for the payments to Fusion GPS on behalf of Clinton’s campaign and the DNC, also previously served as a counsel for OFA. In Shamblin v. Obama for America, a 2013 case in federal court in Florida, federal court records list Elias as simultaneously serving as lead attorney for both OFA and the DNC. Marc see's VC Steve Jurvetson that nighty at a socialite event and asks Jurvetson what he thinks about it because Jurvetson hosts Silicon Valley sex parties that Elon Musk attends. Jurvetson says he will discuss it with Musk. Jurvetson talks to Musk about it the next day and Musk says: "...since it involves sex, I better ask my buddy Jeffrey Epstein. He both runs a sex cult and finances Hillary. He parties with Harvey Weinstein, too, who also does those two things..."

...and on, and on, it goes...

Within 48 hours, Zuckerberg's bathroom request on behalf of Zuck's gay male friends has tsunami-ed into a political scheme that over 300 insiders, who each make over a million dollars a year from the stock market and covert fee blow-back of such schemes, are pushing ahead.

At the same moment that Zuckerberg issued his bathroom directive to Plouffe, in Bakersfield, California, Andrea Smith makes an announcement to her PTA group that the PTA group that something "should be done" to stop homosexuals from being able to take young boys into public bathrooms. Even the whole PTA audience yells "Yeah, Yes!!!" in one loud voice, nothing more ever happens about it because the Bakersfield PTA does not have a nationwide network of political manipulators that operates like a mob cartel and that includes sex as a bribe perk.

All of the insiders in the first example loudly proclaim that they are not a "Cartel" and they are not "The Deep State". But they are. They are like the alcoholic or meth addict who violently proclaim that they do not have an addiction. Their denial and delusion is so epic that is verges on madness.

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In just three short months it was determined that Timothy Draper’s dream of six Californias will remain just that, a dream.  (Poor Timmy). I still say you and all your chums should just Lord of the Rings- it- away from the rest of us, you know, as a public service?

Tim Drapers campaign

 

Yes, I know it’s “halt & catch fire” but in light of the delusions of billionaire Timothy Draper’s “Let’s Make CA Six States” it might be time to just set fire to Silicon Valley.  Wow they really make The Sociopathic Business Model™ come to life, don’t they?

A long-shot effort to break California into six separate states got a boost on Monday, when the billionaire venture capitalist behind the proposal said he had gathered enough signatures to place it on the ballot in two years.

Timothy Draper, a founder of a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm that has invested in Twitter, Skype and Tesla, among other companies, has been agitating for months for a ballot initiative to chop the most populous U.S. state into smaller entities.

“It’s important because it will help us create a more responsive, more innovative and more local government, and that ultimately will end up being better for all of Californians,” said Roger Salazar, a spokesman for the campaign. “The idea … is to create six states with responsive local governments – states that are more representative and accountable to their constituents.”

VCs and founders are often complaining the government is slowing down innovation; and, in my former industry I think we can see what happens when short cuts are taken people die or suffer for the rest of their lives.

Permission to be lawless because someone’s made billions isn’t grounds for justification for this “campaign.”  Let’s remember Bitcoin wanted nothing to do with the government until it ran into to trouble and then it ran to mommy.  Just like the banking industry, auto industry and eventually where this state fiasco will end up, back on the tax payers both federal and state.

May I suggest that Sean Parker, Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel and Tim Draper all pull their billions and go buy an island or planet and live where they can Lord of the Flies it together; but, the last thing our corrupt government needs are any more corrupt or delusional billionaires in politics. Yeah we’ve got that one covered already.

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AngryAboutBallotFraud
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Did you know that some of the heaviest hitters who were circulating this petition committed fraud? There were a lot of honest people gathering, but ones who were willing to lie were paid extra. I have proof in the form of complaints that some people were being paid more than the street price. Mike Arno is scum, and he hires scum and felons. Proof: http://www.pinterest.com/amouse1347/bad-actors-in-the-political-world/
If Arno not only fails to screen his employees for felonies and fraudulent behavior, but actually goes out of his way to hire and prop up criminals, is he not responsible for the misrepresentation? http://norauner.com/2013/11/10/more-on-the-company-rauner-hired-to-get-petition-signatures/comment-page-1/
http://norauner.com/2013/12/10/more-on-rauners-petition-circulating-company/

Melayna Lokosky
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Thank you for sharing the sites. Anyone looking to get around the law usually has broken it once or twice before without any deterring factors to prevent it from happening again-so rinse and repeat. Thanks for pointing me in this direction.

 

When a venture capital-funded startup ignores valid claims of sexism, racism and retaliation, it should serve as a warning to employees that they are more than likely being deceived on myriad other fronts, and are being fed inconsistent and contradictory information about what’s expected of them and what the company wants to achieve. The confusion is created by design. Bad employers will purposely create an environment of elitism or exclusionary behavior giving the employee the false sense that they’re more talented than their peers or their competition in the industry. This lulls employees into thinking they are unique, not knowing that the employers create such as environment to keep employees in line so that they can eventually insult, demean, threaten and intimidate employees into engaging in unethical and or illegal activity. This is for one purpose: profits. The venture capitalist’s return on investment (ROI) is usually eight to 10 times the the initial investment in roughly three to five years.

  • CEnO — as in there’s NO way this person should be a CEO — is a grossly under-qualified, easily manipulated venture capital-funded startup CEO, willing to break the law on behalf of investors while threatening and intimidating employees or anyone else who challenges fraud or refuses to “drink the Kool-Aid.” Those threats and intimidation often extend to the point of termination or industry burning of the employee who dares speak up.

Thomas Prescott testified at Acclarent Criminal trial

All that’s left is for is for the VCs to carefully select an under-qualified, easily manipulated CEO, who is so grateful and eager to prove they can get the investor their ROI quickly that they’re willing execute fraud on their behalf. Those CEOs will, in turn, hire equally under-qualified executives to ensure the plan is executed properly.

The plan is through false projections give the appearance of hypergrowth to as means to overinflate the valuation which is fraud.

As part of this manipulation, startups will knowingly and willfully omit factual information, allowing them to make decisions without employees, consumers or even the government from knowing critical details. This is all carefully crafted at the venture capital (VC) level, where executives of these firms arrogantly boast about the number of board positions they hold on startups — people I refer to as #BoardWhores.  Thomas Prescott, Chairman of the EarLens Board since January 2016, was quick to come to the defense of the company’s CEO Bill Facteau during his recent federal criminal trial that resulted in 10 convictions, arrogantly, when leaving the stand walking past the jury, Prescott gave Facteau a “thumbs up”.

Hank Plain EarLens Board at Acclarent Criminal trial 2

Hank Plain, an EarLens Board member, and an Acclarent “board member on the deal committee that successfully negotiated the $785 million dollar acquisition of Acclarent by Johnson & Johnson,” also came to the defense of EarLens CEO Bill Facteau during his criminal trial that resulted in 10 convictions. Plain boasted under direct questioning from Leo Cunningham of Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati, that he (Plain) held roughly 18 board positions throughout his career and testified that he made millions on the Acclarent acquisition. Plain also testified he currently has between $9-10 million in venture capital invested in EarLens.

 

 

 

 

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False projections manipulate the appearance of hypergrowth for an overvaluation which is fraud.

Are Unethical Startup Venture Capital Firms & Executive #GodsOfFrauds Riding Unicorns at the expense of employees consumers investors & taxpayers

When a company ignores valid claims of sexism, racism and retaliation which triggers or is a red flag that the company
is likely engaged in far greater unethical and or illegal behavior and the primary reason that venture capital-funded startups:

  •   Underperform post-IPO or acquisition
  •   Non-Executive employee lay-offs post IPO or acquisition
  •   Consumers report more injuries
  •   Shareholders lose money
  •   Taxpayers foot the bill for fraud
  •   Venture capitalists shift blame without taking accountability for fraud  they funded and are free to encourage, replicate and are rewarded in the billions

This formula, I’ve coined as The Sociopathic Business Model™,  is very unremarkable & very common, despite what the #BoardWhores & #GodsOfFrauds of Silicon Valley would have the rest of the world believing.   in part what I experienced and exposed while working for the startup Acclarent.  This is also why I’m confident that my whistleblower case, which took the billion dollar blinders off and exposed the seedy secret of false projections to give the appearance of hypergrowth for overvaluations in venture capital, proved that the “bubble” popped as far back as 2008.

As a result we’ll see venture capital-funded startups:

The Sociopathic Business Model™ gives rise for the need to help employees, consumers, patients, shareholders & taxpayers identify pathological  corporate abuse/fraud, that’s encouraged, replicated & rewarded in today’s business model.  Unrepentant, pathological fraud observed from venture capital funded startups to IPOs to conglomerates to our government must be exposed through #Forced Accountability by either traditional legal remedy or by use of media/social media exposing the corrupt company’s own negative truth. A company’s own self-damaged image is tied to profit; and, profit loss can force the abusive company to create positive change,  which could prevent future fraud and turn injured victims of corporate abuse into empowered survivors.

 

Neuralink and the delusional world of Muskians


I know, I’m getting a reputation as that guy who hates Elon Musk (I don’t, I hate hype), but his latest is just too much bullshit. He has bought a company called Neuralink, which has the goal of creating brain-machine interfaces (BMIs). OK so far. These interfaces are cool, interesting, and promising, and I’m all for more research in this field. But Musk gets involved, and suddenly his weird transhumanist-wannabe fanboys start hyperventilating. I double-dog dare you to read this puff piece, Neuralink and the Brain’s Magical Future. It begins roughly here, with the claim that Musk is going to build a Wizard Hat to make everyone super-smart:

Not only is Elon’s new venture—Neuralink—the same type of deal, but six weeks after first learning about the company, I’m convinced that it somehow manages to eclipse Tesla and SpaceX in both the boldness of its engineering undertaking and the grandeur of its mission. The other two companies aim to redefine what future humans will do—Neuralink wants to redefine what future humans will be.

The mind-bending bigness of Neuralink’s mission, combined with the labyrinth of impossible complexity that is the human brain, made this the hardest set of concepts yet to fully wrap my head around—but it also made it the most exhilarating when, with enough time spent zoomed on both ends, it all finally clicked. I feel like I took a time machine to the future, and I’m here to tell you that it’s even weirder than we expect.

But before I can bring you in the time machine to show you what I found, we need to get in our zoom machine—because as I learned the hard way, Elon’s wizard hat plans cannot be properly understood until your head’s in the right place.

I dared you to read it, because I’ll be surprised if anyone can plow through it all: it goes on for almost 40,000 words (I know, I pulled it into a text editor and confirmed it), and that doesn’t count all the crappy little cartoons scattered through out it. When the author says you cannot properly understand it without putting your head in the right place, he means you have to start with sponges and be lead step by step through a triumphalist version of 600 million years of evolutionary history, which is all about a progressive increase in the complexity of brain circuitry. It’s an extremely naive and reductionist perspective on neuroscience and intelligence that presumes that all you have to do is make brains bigger and faster to be better, and that computers extend the “bigger” part but are limited by the speed of interfaces, so all we have to do is improve the bandwidth and we’ll be able to battle the AIs that Musk thinks will someday threaten to rule the world.

All the verbiage is a gigantic distraction. It’s virtually entirely irrelevant to the argument, which I just nailed down for you in a single sentence…without bogging you down in a hypothetical history of flatworms and a lot of simplistic neuroscience. He summarizes Elon Musk’s glorious plan in yet another crude cartoon:

It is accompanied by much grandiloquent noise and promises of planetary revolutions, but what needs to be asked is “How much of this is real?”. The answer is…pretty much none of it. We are currently in the little blue ball at the lower left labeled “starting point”, and Musk has bought a company that is doing tentative, exploratory research on building BMIs (I guess that this whole field is new enough that they are all, by default, “cutting edge”). Everything else in the diagram is complete fantasy. Elon Musk has bought a company, and is cunningly trying to inflate its value by drowning the curious in glurge, techno-mysticism, and making shit up, which, because he has this mystique among young male engineers, will probably succeed in making him more money and fame, without actually doing anything in the top two thirds of that cartoon.

I do rather like how the third step is “BREAKTHROUGHS in bandwidth and implementation”. You could replace it with “And then a miracle occurs…”, and it would be just as meaningful.

Let’s add a little more reality here: Musk has a BS in physics and economics, and started a Ph.D. in engineering, which he dropped out of. He has no education at all in biology or neuroscience.

Another shot of reality: he’s buying this company in collaboration with Peter Thiel’s venture capital company. You remember Thiel, right? Wants to prolong the life of old rich people by transfusing them with the blood of the young? Libertarian acolyte of Ayn Rand who is now advising Trump on policy? If you think this is a recipe for a post-Singularity paradise, looking at the people backing it ought to tell you otherwise.

So why are these filthy rich people getting involved in this nonsense? Let’s ask Elon.

 

Fear and ignorance, like always.

They’ve imagined a huge, shadowy existential risk which does not exist yet — you might as well drive your decisions by the possible threat of invasion by Mole People from Alpha Centauri (oh, wait…they also fear aliens). They don’t know how AIs will develop or what they’ll do — nobody does — and they lack the competencies needed to guide the research or assess any risks, but they’ve got a plan for generating all the benefits. These guys are as terrifying to me as the Religious Right, and for all the same reasons.

They have fervent worshippers who will vomit up 40,000 words based on inspiration and wishful thinking, and then wallow about in the mess. It’s possibly the worst science writing I’ve encountered yet, and I’ve read a lot, but still, take a look at all the commenters who want it to be true, and regard grade-school and often incorrect summaries of how brains evolved to be informative.

 

 

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