California State Tax, Governor’s Office, Energy, EPA and Controller officials rigged the game to benefit their campaign financiers while sabotaging their competitors.

Silicon Valley campaign billionaires ordered Sacramento officials and Dianne Feinstein to “be their bitches” and exclusively give Tesla, Solyndra and their stock market holdings, hundreds of millions of dollars of exclusive taxpayer give-aways, while sabotaging their competitors.

In this document, Controller Bill Locker provided an exclusive tax waiver to campaign financier Elon Musk, and his partners, yet refused to provide the same exclusive crony kick-back to any of Musk’s or John Doerr’s competitors, in order to provide monopolistic market windows for those campaign financiers:




Competitors who requested the same benefits were rebuffed, stone-walled, and obfuscated in order to exclusively benefit Silicon Valley campaign financiers!

After Giving Solyndra and Tesla the free California Cash, He cut off all of their competitors from getting the same treatment, on orders from the Governor.



California is Not for Sale

California politicians to don donor logos if ballot initiative succeeds

Shock political campaign aims to make legislators’ corporate and union sponsors known to voting public

by Ben Piven @benpiven

Altria. Chevron. AT&T. These names may seem like a random assortment of Fortune 500 and blue-chip U.S. corporations. But they are among the donors that gave the most money to California state Assemblyman William Brough.

Of course, Brough is far from alone in accepting the financial help of corporate America when it comes to fighting elections. But if a seemingly outlandish proposal by a local California lawyer gets onto the ballot, he will not be able to stay shy about those donating to his cause.

Nor will any other politician in the state. John Cox, an activist businessman, wants to require legislators to walk into their assembly chamber wearing the logos of their biggest sponsors.

The shock tactic aims to find its way onto the ballot for November, a goal that will be made possible by gathering 365,880 signatures. That effort is already under way, after the state attorney general approved the text of the petition earlier this month. The nonprofit running the campaign, California Is Not for Sale, has committed $1 million for the project.

The group is also traveling the state with life-size cutouts for all 120 members of the California Senate and Assembly and one for Gov. Jerry Brown. Each cardboard politician’s torso is adorned with his or her most significant backers, like NASCAR sponsors on a driver’s racing suit.

“This will be on the ballot in 2016. That is our guarantee,” the organization says on its website. “The only question is whether Californians will vote ‘yes’ or ‘no.’ We think that it will be ‘yes’ by an overwhelming majority.”

The specific language of the petition mandates “stickers or badges displaying the names of their 10 highest campaign contributors” yet leaves the specifics to the California Fair Political Practices Commission.

Ultimately, the purpose of the gimmick is to call attention to the role of vast sums of money in financing campaigns, at the state, local and federal levels. By increasing the transparency behind who has paid for politicians’ races, voters theoretically would get a better idea about what happens to bills behind the scenes.

‘Corrupt, broken, stupid’

Cox, who made his money in real estate, said he hopes to ride the coattails of the Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump campaigns, which he believes have shown immense voter frustration with the campaign finance system and intense corporate lobbying.

“This initiative hits home for Californians. There are better ways of maintaining the electoral structure,” Cox told Al Jazeera. “What you have is a bunch of people who want something from government, so what they do is fund and staff the campaigns of politicians.“

He cited the example of Walmart, which he said is a major funder buying protection: “Many people in the legislature don’t like Walmart because it’s nonunion and would pass restrictions on Walmart opening up stores.” He continued, “So Walmart provides funding for a bunch of politicians as a defensive measure.”

The biggest donors to statewide races in California for the 2014 election cycle were Kaiser Permanente and Anthem Blue Cross of California, pulling $23 million and $19 million, respectively. For the state races, Democrats actually received almost three times as much ($145 million) as Republicans ($52 million). Much of the health care lobbying was around Proposition 45, which would have required insurance companies to provide public notice when raising rates.

Cox went on to fault a wide range of special interest groups rivaling big business with their spending, from public sector unions and prison guards to “home health workers lobbying for benefits, a higher salary and better work conditions.”

Just an ‘interesting’ idea?

After the gubernatorial and other executive positions in Sacramento, the leading recipient of donations in Assembly races was Sharon Darlene Quirk-Silva, who lost in the 5th District but received $3.7 million, according to, which is run by the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

Senate candidates Janet Nguyen and Luis Chavez both spent in excess of $3 million. Such information is publicly available since it must be filed by candidates with the California Secretary of State Political Reform Division. But being required to wear logos of corporate backers would be a whole new ballgame.

Edwin Bender, the executive director of the National Institute on Money in State Politics, which is based in Helena, Montana, described the Cox effort as “interesting idea, certainly, as the tide, hue and tenor over the debate on campaign finance increases during the [2016] election cycle.”

“It’s the kind of thing people organize around,” he said. “But I don’t see it having any real serious effect on politicians’ behavior.”

“You give money to incumbents. If not, you give to the winner or one who’s not the incumbent to influence people who are going to be making public policy decisions,” he said. “That is a truth, whether it is California, Montana or South Carolina.”

But legal challenges could eventually bring California Is Not for Sale to state court over First Amendment issues, even after a successful referendum obliging funding disclosure. Legal experts see any number of potentially troublesome aspects, including enforcement of compulsory speech, vague wording or due process.

Regardless, the property mogul behind the initiative is hopeful.

“It’s meant to capture the imagination of California voters,” Cox said, “to really understand what is going on in their state capital.”



Reference: About That Organized Crime Operation In California

About That Organized Crime Operation In California

The Alliance

Claiment Representatives

Dec. 18, 2015

Edmund G. Brown, Jr. – Governor
Ken Alex- Liason
Marybel Batjer- Chairperson
Betty T. Yee – Controller
Micheal A. Ramos – Board Member
Julie Nauman – Executive Officer
Eric – Our Government Claims Program Officer

Government Claims Program
State of California
400 R Street, 5th Floor

Sacramento, CA 95811

Dear Marybel and State Of California Representatives:

Thank you for your letter of Dec. 7, 2015. This is to notify you that we WILL be attending the State hearing on January 21, 2016, along with associates, members of the press and voters. We are referring to this hearing, in the media, as “THE CALIFORNIA ANT-CORRUPTION HEARING”. In the event of over-flow attendance, we invite all voters, who can’t make it into the building, to meet in front of the California State Capitol. We intend to reject your rejection and distribute information, as to why, to your board.

Additional details will be published on the CALIFORNIA CONDUIT page at and distributed globally on torrent and drawstring technology.

Your letter states that our claim is “accepted” and “rejected”. We accept your acceptance of our claim and reject your rejection of our claim. The cause of action continues to this day so all of our accrual and statute of limitations issues are moot. We still qualify for award of damages by your Board.

The accrual of cause of action is still on-going, so the Board has jurisdiction. To engage in a continued cover-up and subrogation of duty, in attempting to get out of public transparency, is a great injustice to voters everywhere, don’t you think?

You never even spoke to us, yet you rejected our claim? What will voters think of your telepathic skills, wherein you profess to be able to make life-altering justice decisions without even discussing the facts?

You state, in your letter, that the issue is “too complex” for you to understand. The issue is simple: “California State Officials engaged in organized crime kick-back schemes and sabotaged our company, and other companies, because they competed with the companies that the corrupt California State officials had their illicit stock, campaign funds and payola with”.

What’s so hard about that to understand? It is just another plain old everyday corruption scandal.

If some of the Board Members are incapable of understanding the single largest political activity covered by the newspapers of the State of California then maybe they need to resign.

On that note, we see that Board members, who are delegated to judge us, hold financial, tax-write off, real estate interest and other financial and political conflicts-of-interest which, the law, voters and morality says, should cause them to recuse themselves. We look forward to The Board, swearing before God, and the State Constitution, that they hold no conflicts of interest in financial, revolving door, appointing party, tax form, stock warrant or other items.

We all know what the full FBI, GAO and Ethics Committee investigation files say about the Solyndra case and the other related investigations. If you want to play games, we are going to make certain that this one plays out ahead of the 2016 Elections. Stone-walling, “no-response” and non-response letters are no longer going to aid you.

We point you to a book detailing some of the ways in which the, still active, corrupt parties will now be terminated by the public and the media.

See it at this link:

We don’t mind telling you in advance. I’s not a secret. It is totally legal disclosure and transparency. Get ready to see how it works. Eric Holder, Steven Chu, Eick Strickland, Robert Gibbs and gobs of other famous, yet corrupt White House officials got kicked to the curb shortly after we had “the conversation” with their bosses. Now we have started having “the conversation” about California officials. If you think you are more skilled at evasion and injustice than the feds were, then we wish you luck, but wouldn’t put any money on your side of that bet if we were you. We have 300 million U.S. voters who think that your brand of corruption “sucks”, and that’s a quote. Go out on the street and ask some of them. We did!

We point you to another book about one of YOUR kick-back schemes at this link:

Boy, those lithium ion batteries were a great idea, huh? Causing wars, deaths, fires, cancer, corruption, more fires, brain tumors, fetal deformation, toxic vapors, crashed airplanes, and more fires. Not so “Green”, right? Not so “California Climate Positive”, right? Betcha wish you had not got that stock in your hidden family trust funds.

We have over a million pages of evidence on public, and court record, in the federal cases. You guys keep getting the hell hacked out of you by China and Russia and they keep posting more stuff. Do you really think the head-in-the-sand approach is going to work here?

You told us we should sue you because that would be better. You sabotaged all of our money so we can’t afford to sue you and you know it. Your suggestion to “sue you” is a cold slap in the face. Are you going to give us the $2.5 million dollars that it costs to sue you? As taxpaying state residents who started their companies the state, only to get sabotaged by state officials, costing us our resources, the law says that YOU have to provide us with FAIR AND EQUITABLE LEGAL REPRESENTATION.

How will you be providing that to us so that the millions of voters who following this, in social media, around the world, don’t think that your promises are just a sham? They would hate to think, and we would hate to think, that our own people stabbed us in the back over a dirty payola kick-back scheme using taxpayer money.

So, the bottom line is: Don’t reject us. Don’t reject us without even giving us a non-monkey-trial, non-rigged hearing. Make the conflicted and overwhelmed Board members, who find this all “too complex” for their comprehension, resign. Get us a legal resource, to sue you with, if you want us to sue you. Be nice to those FBI investigators that have been busting so many California Senators, and other officials (ie: James Brown, Jr., etc.) and stop being weasels!

We look forward to your reply-


Scott, George, Eric, Andy, Susan, et al.

CC: FBI-Comey, FBI-DJ, U.S. Senate, News-desks, Public Social Media, Torrent Archives, GAO, ACLU, Judicial Watch, ADG, CBS News, Fox News, Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Ca. Bee, et. All

Tesla Motors lied in it’s government funding application, had the worst debt-ratio credit metrics, missed every proposed deadline, violated the section 136 law and was in pre-bankruptcy. In spite of over one hundred red flags and violations, Tesla Motors was still handed the taxpayer funds with almost no credible review. Could this have had anything to do with the fact that Tesla’s business, and political, partners had themselves put in charge, exclusively, of that taxpayer money?

Elon Musk, and his Silicon Valley campaign financing billionaire partners, received the largest government crony kick-back awards in American history: