A flurry of recent lawsuits has stimulated global interest in the machinations of one Vinod Khosla. In this issue we examine the ten year investigation of Khosla and his Silicon Valley Cartel.

A RICO STATUTE violation case is one which addresses the criminal behavior of individuals in a manner known as “Organized Crime”, “Racketeering” , “Mobsterism”, “Anti-Trust Violations”, Monopoly Operation”, and or “The operation of a Cartel”. This case law is described in detail at this link:

In Silicon Valley, a “Cartel” of technology billionaires has formed a RICO-violating operation headed by notorious billionaires Vinod Khosla, Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Steve Jurvestson and John Doerr.

Khosla’s Silicon Valley Cartel promotes itself as “an elite group of genius men who are smarter than everyone else and super technologists”. In fact they are none of those affectations. They exist in the news media because of billions of dollars of self-promotion amplified by their own interbred controlled global media networks and self-manipulated Streisand Effects. The “brilliant technology” they claim to invent is stolen from small entrepreneurs. These boys exist because they have a locked control on public funds that they collude and conspire to keep amongst themselves. That is illegal.

Running a Cartel that abuses taxpayers is illegal! Make no mistake about it.

The Coastal Commission, Every major surfer, The Lands Office, The State of California, The San Mateo County lawyers and executives, human rights activists, the publishers of the news outlets that reach millions of readers, Federal Law enforcement, most of the U.S. Congress, hundreds of millions of voters, the LA Times and most everybody else want Vinod Khosla in jail or out of operation. Multiple organizations are now joining forces to eradicate these criminals, and their crimes from the San Francisco peninsula.

In the feature-length film: “THE SILICON MOBSTERS”, one of the lawyers fighting Khosla puts it in simple terms, this case is about Khosla’s “Arrogance” he says. In fact he sums up the entire problem. Vinod Khosla, Eric Schmidt, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Steve Jurvestson and John Doerr are arrogant because they bribe local officials to look the other way and, so far, have gotten away with it. Many of those officials have now been fired and the rest are under public investigation and have had all of their emails leaked. It is no longer possible for the Silicon Valley Cartel to get away with anything. See part of the film at links such as:

Where the Silicon Valley Cartel run by Khosla and his boys used to be a cute, fun tech carnival on Wired Magazine, it has become a dark, prostitute and sex traffic laden, Frat Boy club of tax evading, White House bribing, Fake News generating, election manipulating hellhole on the front pages of all the main stream press. Khosla’s Cartel has ruined Silicon Valley’s brand, cost Silicon Valley billions in revenue and made an entire State (Soon to be an entire nation) disgusted with the Cartel.

In the AngelGate scandal the world discovered the Collusion of the Khosla Cartel:

In the No Poaching Scandal the World discovered the depths of the rigging that the Khosla Cartel were willing to stoop to to damage 60,000 local engineers over their ego trips and arrogance:

In the ongoing Wikileaks and ICIJ disclosures we see that the Cartel orders “hit-jobs” on politicians and members of the public that irk their fragile self-promoted egos:

Millions of pages of evidence have been acquired from forensic investigators at the FBI, GAO, FTC, SEC, EU, OSC, CBS News, The old Washington Post, CIA, DIA and other journalists, whistle-blowers and private investigators that prove the crimes and those evidence repositories have been placed in torrents and archives in nations around the globe.

In 2017, an even larger set of disclosures will appear and federal investigations will be accelerated. Each agency is encouraged to move to RICO filings against the Cartel members. Any campaign contributions are no longer worth the risk. Their tax payments no longer offset their damages. The Silicon Valley Cartel and it’s technology Al Capone’s no longer deserve the right to exist. They have crossed the line.

Every person at every agency is now accountable for fixing this with effective law enforcement and case law action. It is essential that everyone understand the new world of the Streisand Effect:

The Streisand Effect has now been shown to follow, by name, any agency or administrator who does not take positive and effective action for the rest of their lives and, indeed, end their careers. The price of not doing the right thing, in the modern world, is devastating.

Contact your local AG, FBI office and GAO officials and ask how you can move these RICO filings forward.

Google, Twitter and Facebook Silicon Valley Organizers Create Covert Team To Blockade Trump White House.

Silicon Valley’s rank and file prepare to fight Trump forever

Do not cede an inch of your power to these people.”

by Tess Townsend

“Secret meeting? Secret meeting?” prompted a graying engineer as he waved people clad in hoodies, plaid collars and side-mullets into an office building in the SoMa district of San Francisco Friday night.

Not that the meeting was strictly secret — it had been advertised openly on Twitter.

This was the second gathering of Tech Solidarity, a group of tech employees concerned about President-elect Donald Trump and what his administration may require of Silicon Valley companies, like creating a Muslim registry.

Second Bay Area Tech Solidarity event will be this Friday at 7PM in SF on Mission St., near Powell BART. Email/SIgnal for an invitate! Come!
— TechSolidarity (@TechSolidarity) January 4, 2017

The rules say all attendees are granted anonymity unless willing to be outed, which made Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos’s appearance all the more significant. He declined to comment, but did give Recode permission to print his name.

The meeting attracted roughly 150 mostly male, largely white 20- and 30-something engineers who mingled with a passel of labor organizers and activists. There were snacks from Trader Joe’s, holiday sweets like Peppermint Joe-Joe’s, which no one touched until a bathroom break midway through the talk. There was no alcohol.

The meeting looked like a workday affair. People were friendly and social. Many already knew each other. They sat themselves under a disco ball and multi-colored lights staged in the middle of the steel- and concrete-beamed office space, which by day serves the employees of ThoughtWorks, a software development consultancy.

Maciej Ceglowski, 41, a Polish-born developer known for running bookmarking site Pinboard, was the organizer of the event, alongside Heather Gold, 48, a Bay Area comedian and freelance writer.

Ceglowski had been the one flagging people by the street-level entryway of the building. Later on, he took the elevator five floors to ThoughtWorks’ office to count people as they came in. Dressed in a sweatshirt over a button-down and jeans, he stood at the front of the auditorium, directing people to empty seats.

“It’s a really dangerous time right now, because right now, we’re in this trough,” Ceglowski said of the presidential election. The room quieted. “It’s a very psychologically dangerous thing.”

“Do not cede an inch of your power to these people,” Gold said.

In a region as liberal as the San Francisco Bay Area, it’s no surprise to see people organizing in opposition to a conservative administration. Yet among the rank and file of Silicon Valley, widespread involvement, or any involvement, goes against expectations. The engineers who predominate in the Valley are better known for their political apathy.

But Trump’s election has awakened the nerdy set to a kind of inchoate activism. The people in attendance came from companies like Google and Facebook as well as area startups. Still, the smallish group represented just a fraction of the Valley.

They expressed eagerness to effect change in anticipation of pressure from the Trump administration. But that eagerness was paired with anxiety and frustration.

The labor organizers gave a presentation. A young woman with a Commonwealth lilt in her voice raised her hand and asked a question: “I’m on an H-1B. Will I be fired for doing this?”

There were perhaps a handful of foreign workers in the room who, like her, came to the U.S. on an H-1B visa. Google and Facebook and other tech companies have come to rely heavily on this special provision to hire engineering talent. The companies argue that the U.S. doesn’t produce enough.

The answer, according to someone else in the room, wasn’t a simple yes or no. They described qualifications for labor organizing activity protected by law. The implication: Yes, in some cases, you might be fired.

But the chief frustration: Tech companies might end up serving Trump’s interests.

“Raise your hand if you work for a big scary tech company,” Ceglowski asked. Roughly a quarter of hands go up.

Ceglowski, who’s worked in the Valley for a while, brought up the December meeting between Trump and tech leaders including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon head Jeff Bezos, Alphabet CEO Larry Page and others.

“It was weird, it was really weird,” he said. “What I saw there was weakness — weakness, weakness, weakness.”

People took off their jackets to deal with heat. The room remained quiet.

“Not only were they weak, but they were afraid,” he continued. “And you know how I know they were afraid was those neckties.”

It was a not-so-subtle jab at the tech CEOs in the room who rarely show up in anything more formal than a turtleneck or a button-down, a longstanding emblem of the Valley’s refusal to adhere to what it considers staid, corporate rituals.

But their presence in jackets and ties at Trump headquarters telegraphed their pandering, according to Ceglowski.

“That’s our leadership. We can’t rely on it,” he said.

The engineers at the meeting knew their potential influence. Since coding talent is notoriously challenging to attract in Silicon Valley, any protest could have an effect.

That possibility became keenly felt last month when 2,800 tech workers signed the so-called Never Again pledge, which states their refusal to cooperate in creating a database of Muslims or persons of any religious belief, as well as aiding in mass deportations.

One engineer said it was hard to get his employer to publicly state how it protects users’ data. A woman seated near him said she suspected that keeping quiet means they wouldn’t have to be held to that standard. Even stating any kind of stance could attract controversy, she added.

Someone else suggested employees could convince their bosses that publicly stating the company’s ethical use of data could serve to attract new talent. People are eager to work for companies that reflect their interests.

Other options were discussed. But ultimately, tech workers do have another key piece of leverage, according to Ceglowski: A strike.

“How long can these tech companies hold up against collective action?” he asked.

Gold said later, as attendees clustered around the snacks on the marble countertop in the open kitchen, that she felt the meeting had more of a “Web 1.0” vibe of engagement than she’d seen among tech workers recently. “It’s not easy to replace a ton of engineers really fast,” she said.

Google, Twitter and Facebook may have smiled and said "Nice things" at the Trump Tower meeting but it is clear that they SPEAK WITH FORKED TONGUES. Google, Twitter and Facebook intend to create social unrest, confusion and promote Trump-Hate for the next 8 years!





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