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TESLA PR Manipulation BS!: Some of the more outstanding lies…

ie: “- Tesla says “Germany passed Tesla as safe” after NO credible safety study conducted by Germany, while trying to hide fact that U.S. Investigators published huge demand letter for safety data, online in U.S.A. and actual investigation is only getting started.” View the ever growing list of lies HERE>>>

Germany Clears Tesla Of Fire Probe…????? Was it a real probe?
Tue Dec 3, 2013
(Business Insider) The German Federal Motor Transport Authority, Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA) has concluded an investigation into three recent Tesla Model S fires and found “no manufacturer-related defects,” Tesla said today.

In a press release, Tesla said it provided the KBA with relevant data on the accidents, and received a letter saying “no further measures under the German Product Safety Act [Produktsicherheitsgesetz (ProdSG)] are deemed necessary.”

In November, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) opened an investigation into the three fires. Tesla said it has “requested” the process, but NHTSA Administrator told a House panel that was untrue, according to The Detroit News.

That investigation is ongoing, but at least the Germans have been placated.

If you woke up this morning and read this, as I did, upon seeing TSLA up 6% before the open and my puts reversing lower on this “news”, you could be forgiven if your first impression was, “when the hell did Germany open an investigation?”

You see, I remember being told about the investigation being conducted by the NHTSA, the US based auto safety agency. I remember they opened an investigation following three fires, two of which occurred in the US, and the remaining one in Mexico. Barely a few weeks ago…

But it’s funny, as I don’t recall there ever being an announcement of a German investigation. It must have got lost under the Blankenship resignation announcement.

In fact, swinging over to Tesla’s Investor Press Releases – it’s astounding – but it seems completely devoid of any bad news at all. Not even a mention of the US based investigation, much less a German one, or a peep about the VP of sales leaving the company.

Meanwhile, in the real world, real men and women are throwing their money into this company, shaking off oversold conditions on a hard bounce. And class action lawsuits are raining from the sky. I’ve mostly been thinking those lawsuits were warrantless before now, but if this is how Tesla handles communications, I’m not so sure.

This isn’t a game, people.

Mr. Cain Thaler
Stock advice in actual English.

Silicon Valley VC’s & Google hire Tsunami of stock bloggers to shill Tesla, daily, to stave off actual press coverage

Silicon Valley Vc’s, determined to not let Detroit win, at any cost (now gleeful that Detroit is officially bankrupt) have pulled out all the stops to try to protect the Frat House… oh, I mean Tesla; and seek to push any negative Tesla stories to the bottom of the search engines via HUNDREDS of shill “reporters” on stock market sites.

The problem is, the only part of Detroit that IS doing OK are the Car Companies, and the big car companies are only just getting started in their counter-measures. Stay tuned for the battle of the century. East Coast Vs.West Coast. Democrats Vs. Republicans. Bribes Vs. Transparency. Good Vs. Evil : Better than a Rap War!

Even if the VC’s pool all of their PR $, they still can’t fight the truth and Tesla will, likely, become another Huawei/Fisker/Solyndra. Big one day- gone the next, when the truth comes out. The Stanford yuppie tech mobster wannabe’s of Silicon Valley may think they can control elections and markets but they are about to get a lesson from the original mobstersfrom Detroit.  Detroit has been fighting car branding and PR wars way longer than Tesla and the Hipster Frat Brats!


Tesla Shill “reporters”?:

Ricky Munarriz- Motley Fool
Jennifer Burke- Market News Call
Emily Watson- Consensus Press
Michelle Jones- The Street
Elaine Kwei- Jefferies
Adam Jonas- Morgan Stanley
Sue Chang- Market Watch
Ben Eisen- Market Watch
Chris Ciaccia- The Street
Michael Aragon- Market News
Patrick Hoge- SF Business Times
Leigh Drogen- Seeking Alpha
Raj Gupta- McKinsey Consulting


Tesla and their investor shills flood media with counter-hype

As Tesla lithium ion battery packs continue to burst into flames Tesla PR contracts over 100 press shills (ie: Thestreet.com, Motley Fool, etc. ) and fake bloggers to write “do not worry, walk away, nothing to see here” articles. They hire companies like Wiki-Pr, and others, to engage in what is called: MeatPuppetry and SockPuppetry. Those tactics use thousands of computers, each with their own IP address, to act as fake Tesla enthusiasts “(fanboys”) writing about the glory and sexual Ecstasy of owning, touching or thinking about a Tesla. Sociopaths lie about things. A few have charged that many of the sockpuppets are Elon Musk himself, typing away at night, since many of the IP addresses the sock puppets come from change per the city that Musk is in that night.


Industrial analysis of Tesla front assemblies on fire combined with Tesla batteries on fire show a spectrograph scientifically verifiable mix of deadly cancer causing particles, lung damaging particles, brain cancer causing chemicals and neurological toxins.

Here is another Tesla fire where the Tesla not only just burns but also this Tesla explodes on live video as it fills the passenger compartment and the neighborhood with toxic fumes and particles. The image below is of one of the explosions of the Tesla. They don’t just burn, they blow up (Watch the movies lower down). Here is a photo of a Tesla on a public street in Mexico at the moment it blew up:




This movie uploaded – Young Turks:




The ‘Secret’ Reason To Sell Your Tesla Shares Now


By StreetAuthority,  November 05, 2013

You thought the car fire was bad Shares of the $19.6 billion company tumbled 10% in the two days after an Oct. 1 video showed a Model S on fire in California. CEO Elon Musk eventually identified the cause of the fire as a loose piece of metal from a passing truck that punctured the car’s battery. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has said it will not investigate the incident, but shares of TSLA still have not recovered to their pre-video high.

Worse than the car fire, however, is the possibility that Tesla may soon see much of its gross profits go up in smoke.

Bloomberg West recently reported that the California Air Resource Board is re-evaluating its assignment of tax credits for zero-emission vehicles. These tax credits are given to automakers for each year to incentivize production of environmentally friendly vehicles that might otherwise not be profitable. The companies can then sell these credits or use them against their own taxes.


Tesla’s getting cooked in lithium ion battery fires while CFO cooks the books

In today’s financial reports, it was confirmed, with certainty, that Tesla (TSLA) is not showing profits on it’s reports from selling cars but by manipulating tax credits and waivers via one-of-a-kind deals the State tax office gave TSLA. Some say TSLA got from kickbacks arranged by a Senator to help the resources of that Senator and that those exclusive stock market optics manipulation favors were to payback/kickback TSLA’s investors for campaign financing. Now the State investigations kick into high gear to follow the federal investigations already underway.

GH- LA Times


Tesla Tool Owners Solicited by Tesla to “Speak Up”, ie: Shill out!

The second your Tesla catches on fire you can count on a prompt call from the Tesla PR department. Since most owners of Tesla’s are:
A. It’s own investors.
B. Financially associated Tesla fanboys.
C. Fanatic 1%-er VC’s or Doctors who can’t stand to not be involved in the “hot tech thing.”

…it isn’t that big a sell to those who are already drinking the Kool Aid, but the pitch the PR officer from Tesla gives is this:

“Oh Mr. X, we are so sorry to hear about the incident. How much could we pay you to say nice things in the press about how fun it was to be in a fire and suck in all of that cancer-causing smoke? How about a brand new Tesla and some cash for your services?”

Douche Bags unite. It is one big frat house. Never let the outsiders think something is up!

– They aren’t supporting electric cars: there are tons of electric cars you can buy today from many companies.
– They aren’t really excited about the fact that if the fire had happened at their home their McMansion or downtown condo-swinger pad would be toast right now.
– Breathing toxic smoke could not really be something they want to hide because now they have Obamacare to fix the cancer (sort of).
– It isn’t because Tesla is creating domestic jobs. Tesla took the taxpayer money and hired H1B offshore workers to cheap out. They even posted ads on LinkedIn looking for H1B legal teams to suck in Armies of cheap offshore labor.

Why else would owners be so excited to have been in a deadly, toxic fire?

Hmmmm… $$$$$$$$$,

So…..owners: You know you can sue Tesla for like a million bucks for the toxic poisoning and win hands-down instead of taking the free new Tesla and the $30K, right?

DT- Boston A.


Tesla Testimonies not credible

Let’s look at the backgrounds of the Tesla fire owners who have been reported: 1 is a drunk driver, 1 is an egotistical back surgeon who’s ex lover posted negative info about them online, and the other is a Tesla backer…interesting? Their street cred is low and they reinforce the “Tesla is for Douche Bags” concept.



Tesla hires hundreds of overseas Indian blogger shills to type “nice things” in blogs and news story comments to run a cover-up.

Per the comment above: “It isn’t because Tesla is creating domestic jobs. Tesla took the taxpayer money and hired H1B offshore workers to cheap out. They even posted ads on LinkedIn looking for H1B legal teams to suck in Armies of cheap offshore labor. “

The PR department at Tesla was told to work all this weekend so they called in a team of outsource contractors from India to Google every story with the words “tesla fire” in them and go type wonderful things about Tesla in the comment section of every article they find. Everybody knows that SOMO thinks Tesla is a load but these fake bloggers do not identify that they are Indian Outsource typers.

Our manager even implied that we should go online this weekend and “voice our support for Tesla” as we “don’t want the company to have any cash flow issues as that could affect paychecks”. In other words: “go home and write nice shit about Tesla or lose your jobs”.

T- @Tesla Motors, Fremont


The Deadly Lithium ion Industry.

Few noticed when EnerSys, the world’s largest industrial battery manufacturer bought tiny ABSL on the tip of Scotland and redirected it away from vehicle traction batteries, aiming its various lithium-ion chemistries at military and aerospace applications not involving traction. Rather more have spotted, in the USA, the Chapter 11 demise of (Russian mobster owned?) EnerDel (using NCM and LMO cathodes) then, in March 2012, International Battery. International Battery, which surprised local officials when it abruptly closed its Upper Macungie plant, owes Pennsylvania more than $2 million, and state lawyers are initiating efforts to recover some of the debt. State officials are also in discussions with the company regarding a project for which International Battery received an $800,000 grant in 2010. That project has not been completed.

The DOE gave tens of millions of tax dollars, some say billions, to lithium ion battery companies who technical reports had already advised were in trouble? Why? Follow the money!


Vast numbers of lithium ion ex-factory workers are now dead or sick with fatal diseases. They make these batteries overseas because OSHA would never let them do any real volume in the U.S. because it kills and sickens workers!

Then came Valence Technology, in mid 2012,and now the big news that political football A123 Systems has only a few months’ money left having spent up to one billion dollars. The Chinese have now saved them at the last minute, almost wiping out the US investors and taking a company paid for by U.S. Taxpayer Dollars. So much for the US wrestling control of the traction battery business from the Koreans and Japanese who have invested larger sums even before the US got interested. The dominos will continue to fall, notably in the USA. Yep, Lithium ion is a GREAT investment!!!!!! Everybody in the know, knows that lithium ion is being dumped on the market by groups now trying to get rid of it since the real scientists realized that it is dangerous stuff to make, dangerous stuff to use and dangerous stuff to breath in a fire, of which there are many, many unreported fires.

Tesla’s big announcement with Panasonic about batteries is a DOMESTIC DUMPING DEAL! Panasonic will probably pay anybody to take them off of their hands but do we want to put them in American neighborhoods?

Follow the money folks!

DH- LAT (sources referenced- EdaTech, Washington Post, NYT)


Dirty Dollars

If you look at all of the suspects mentioned in these articles and then you track their, or their families or trusts or Cayman funds, holdings in lithium ion related companies you will see that there is no possible doubt about what happened.

The really icky part is that federal staff who got to decide who got tax money, credits and waivers have these same conflicted holdings and career cross-overs so it looks pretty dirty.


A123 Lithium Ion Bankruptcy:

By Nathan Bomey, Todd Spangler and Zlati Meyer

Detroit Free Press Staff Writers

Battery maker A123 Systems’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing Tuesday triggered a fresh round of political criticism of the Obama administration’s alternative-energy investments.

The Waltham, Mass.-based company, which has 626 employees and 348 contract workers in three southeast Michigan locations, said auto supplier Johnson Controls had tentatively agreed to pay $125 million to purchase its automotive-related assets, including the operations in Livonia, Romulus and Ann Arbor.

Republicans immediately compared A123’s bankruptcy with the California solar panel manufacturer Solyndra, which filed for bankruptcy and liquidated last year, wiping out a $500-million loan guarantee from the U.S.

“A123’s bankruptcy is yet another failure for the president’s disastrous strategy of gambling away billions of taxpayer dollars on a strategy of government-led growth that simply does not work, ” said Andrea Saul, a spokeswoman for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.


Battered by recalls, high costs and sluggish consumer adoption of electric vehicles, A123 lost $1 billion since its founding in 2001, despite substantial government support.

The U.S. Department of Energy awarded a $249-million grant to A123 in August 2009 with promises of 5,900 jobs, mostly in Michigan. The Michigan Economic Development Corp. also awarded A123 more than $125 million in a variety of tax credits, grants and incentives in 2008 and 2009. The U.S. grant and Michigan incentives drew bipartisan support when they originally were approved.

“This is what’s possible in a clean-energy economy — these folks right here, doing extraordinary work,” President Barack Obama said at the White House Rose Garden after meeting A123 employees on April 30, 2010. “This is what happens when we place our bets on American workers and American businesses.”

A123 has received $132 million of its federal grant so far. The Energy Department said Johnson Controls could be eligible for the rest of the funding, but that has yet to be determined. The federal government’s investment does not have to be repaid, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

But Americans have not embraced electric vehicles that require regular recharging. In many instances, they are priced significantly higher than their gasoline-fueled counterparts. Even federal and state tax credits have not erased that price premium.

Then the lack of easy-to-find recharging stations has left many motorists worried about being left on a remote dark road without adequate power.

“It was an expansion of manufacturing plants in anticipation of customers who never arrived,” Litchfield Hills Research analyst Theodore O’Neill said.

A Johnson Controls spokeswoman declined to comment on whether the company would keep A123’s employees. Its acquisition of A123 must be approved by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Delaware. A123’s battery plants remain in production for now.


Johnson Controls has a lithium-ion battery plant in Holland, Mich.

A123, which lost $269 million in the first eight months of the year, according to bankruptcy documents, turned down an interview request.

Democrats responded that during his 2002-06 term as governor of Massachusetts, Romney also provided support to emerging technology firms and some of the investments did not pay off. Meanwhile, the Department of Energy pointed out that A123’s investment had bipartisan support from Michigan lawmakers, including incumbent Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow and her Republican challenger, Pete Hoekstra.

“Johnson Controls’ investment in A123 will help ensure that the U.S. remains competitive in this growing global sector,” said former Democratic Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, who promoted battery tax incentives as a way to boost the Michigan economy.

A123’s bankruptcy filing comes two months after Chinese auto parts maker Wanxiang Group agreed to invest up to $450 million to acquire up to 80% of A123. But that deal fell apart as A123 was set to burn through $400 million in cash over the next 12 months, O’Neill said.

Instead, Johnson Controls is cherry-picking the best assets out of A123, O’Neill said.

Johnson Controls also was awarded a $299-million Energy Department grant for its lithium-ion battery plant in Holland. The company’s spokeswoman declined to comment on whether that plant would be affected by the A123 deal.

Barclays analysts said in a research note that the deal would make Johnson Controls “the dominant surviving” U.S.-based lithium battery maker.

A123 shares, which closed Monday at 24 cents, fell 75% to 6 cents on Tuesday.

Many sophisticated A123 investors have lost millions, including global conglomerate General Electric, which had invested about $70 million by 2009.

Dan Leistikow, an Energy Department spokesman, said in a blog post that the government’s investment had produced meaningful battery innovation that would live on.

In its bankruptcy petition, A123 listed total assets of $459.8 million and liabilities of $376 million.

The company’s biggest customer is California start-up Fisker Automotive, which plans to keep the contract with Johnson Controls through at least the first quarter of 2013, spokesman Roger Ormisher said.

General Motors, which picked A123 as the battery supplier for the Chevrolet Spark electric vehicle, said it would accept Johnson Controls as its new battery provider.

In, and during, the following Tesla Proposal, Tesla told Singapore, and a number of other countries, that the battery system was totally safe, even though they had filed patent documents and regulatory documents, now revealed in other articles, which stated otherwise:

Tesla Plan for International Expansion

By Teresa Bergmann, Vu Nguyen, Astrid Santiago, Sean Yang


Character + Competence = Trust

(With a tip of the hat to John McDonough at Boston Globe)

It was supposed to be the greatest initiative of an administration.

It was said to be an effort designed to be a history book legacy deliverable that the world would never forget.

It was an effort, the public is told, that the greatest minds had put the most extensive due-diligence, ever devised, into.

It was an effort that had the most money ever dedicated to any similar initiative resourced to it.

It turned out to be one of the most stunning technical and due diligence failuresin human history to-date.

OK… now guess?:

Am I talking about DOE or ACA?

Do you see a pattern here?

D..- DenverPost
(Picture above- How did so much our your tax money go from here to Silicon Valley VC’s?)


 Lithium ion Kills more than workers, it kills companies!

From THE VERGE, By Sean Hollister

“If you build it, they won’t necessarily come.

In 2009, the Obama administration invested $1.2 billion into US-based factories creating batteries for electric vehicles. The result was a disaster. One by one, every company that received federal funding went belly-up or admitted the money hadn’t had a real impact. For instance, LG-owned Compact Power quietly revealed that it hadn’t produced a single battery in over two years of operation, while A123 Systems’ higher-profile bankruptcy was viewed as the second coming of failed solar panel-maker Solyndra. Even with hundreds of millions of dollars of federal funding, key electric vehicle contracts went to Japanese and Korean factories instead of their American equivalents.”



D. P. – LAT






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