VIDEO: Breyer and Zuckerberg solicited Stanford students seven weeks after Clinton's trip
(Jan. 29, 2016)—On Sep. 06, 2005, Bill Clinton jetted to Kazakhstan with Canadian Frank Giustra in a hastily arranged meeting with President Nursultan A. Nazarbayev. Giustra had just incorporated a shell (new, not operating) company named UrAsia Energy Ltd. with the help of Goldman Sachs.
In the previous nine months, Clinton had been paid $925,000 in fees for six speeches to Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank. [The issue is not the amount of the fees, however dubious, but rather the audience. We believe that Bill and Hillary's speaking engagements have merely been the smokescreen for their New World Order global community organizing.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, author of, was one of Hillary's first hires as Secretary of State on Jan. 23, 2009, just three days after Obama's inauguration.]
While Bill was busy with Goldman Sachs and the uranium deal, Accel Partners invested $13 million in Facebook on May 26, 2005. A week later, Yuri Milner started Digital Sky in Moscow with Goldman Sachs as an investor. Accel Partners and Milner are Facebook’s second and third largest shareholders today. Goldman Sachs is one of Facebook's underwriters who sponsored Facebook's initial public offering (IPO).
On Sep. 07, 2005, a day later, Kazakhstan agreed to give UrAsia coveted uranium mining rights, even though Giustra had no uranium mining experience, and UrAsia was only a shell company. The mining industry was stunned.
Clinton Played, Giustra Paid
In the months that followed, the Clinton Foundation received $152 million in donations from Giustra. Both Giustra and Clinton claim the donations were not pay to play. To paraphrase William Huntgate, a member of the Watergate Committee: "If an elephant walked into the room, some of you would insist that it was a mouse with a glandular condition." [Insert suitable snarky comment here.]Bookmark: #breyer-zuckerberg-stanford-video
VIDEO: On Oct. 26, 2005, nine weeks later, Accel Partners’ James W. Breyer and Mark Zuckerberg spoke to Stanford University students about Facebook. During the presentation, they solicited the students to write apps to run on Facebook. That solicitation was captured on video.
Is the questioner a ringer? Watch Breyer's and Zuckerberg's body language.
Since Facebook was proven in federal court to have been using Leader Technologies’ social networking invention, Breyer’s and Zuckerberg’s Oct. 26, 2005 solicitation would be fraudulent inducement, and this Stanford video is hard evidence of The Greatest Financial Crime in the History of the World.
Hillary Clinton’s stonewalled emails revealed her promotion of Facebook “E-diplomacy” from the start of her tenure as Secretary of State in early 2009. At that time, the Leader v. Facebook patent infringement trial was only months old. Hillary’s policy grossly interfered with Leader Technologies’ due process rights.
In the only part of the Leader v. Facebook trial that Hillary’s lawyer cronies could not control, the jury, Leader Technologies proved on 11 of 11 counts that Facebook infringes Leader’s U.S. Patent No. 7,139,761 for social networking.
Clinton Foundation's $152 million primed the Facebook pump
Bill Clinton’s $152 million in Foundation donations from Frank Giustra appear to have been the seed money that Accel Partners and Goldman Sachs needed to get the Leader Technologies’ social networking invention ready for Barack Obama’s out-of-the-blue presidential announcement on Feb. 10, 2007, sixteen months later
The Clintons & Racketeering
The RICO Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1962 (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) requires proof of a "pattern of racketeering" activity. A pattern defined as two or more activities where the person directly or indirectly invests in, maintains an interest in, participates in, conducts the affairs of, or acquires income used to acquire an interest in an enterprise, among other things.
The U.S. Supreme Court said about racketeering of the kind described in Bill Clinton's 2005 conduct alone:
“[A] democracy is effective only if the people have faith in those who govern, and that faith is bound to be shattered when high officials and their appointees engage in activities which arouse suspicions of malfeasance and corruption.” (United States v. Miss. Valley Generating Co., 364 U.S. 520, 562 ).Bookmark: #clinton-uranium-pay-to-play-timeline
Here is the sequence of Bill Clinton events in this uranium deal corruption. Also evident is the support Goldman Sachs gave at every turn.
A Pattern of Clinton Public Corruption (Bill was our former President, he knew better) Corrected Feb. 01, 2016
|Date||Subject||Who||Goldman Sachs benefited||Where||Benefit|
|For Clinton||For Clinton cronies|
|Dec. 03, 2004||Clinton speech||Goldman Sachs||X||New York NY||$125,000|
|Mar. 02, 2005||Wininchina LLP||Accel Partners||X||Hong Kong||Wall Street|
|Apr. 20, 2005||Clinton speech||Goldman Sachs||X||Kiawah Island GA||$125,000|
|May. 04, 2005||Clinton speech||Deutsche Bank||?||Baltimore MD||$125,000|
|May 26, 2005||Accel Partners||X||Palo Alto CA||$13 million|
|Jun. 01, 2005||Digital Sky||Yuri Milner||X||Moscow Russia||Wall Street|
|Jun. 06, 2005||Clinton speech||Goldman Sachs||X||Paris, France||$250,000|
|Jun. 13, 2005||Clinton speech||Goldman Sachs||X||Greensboro GA||$150,000|
|Aug. 11, 2005||Clinton speech||Deutsche Bank||?||New York NY||$150,000|
|Sep. 06, 2005||Uranium||UrAsia||X||Kazakhstan||Access||Access|
|Sep. 07, 2005||Uranium deal||UrAsia||X||Kazakhstan||Access||Contracts|
|Sep. 08, 2005 to Sep. 09, 2006||Foundation||UrAsia||X||Toronto CN||$152 million|
|Oct. 26, 2005||Stanford||Accel Partners||X||Palo Alto CA||Illegal apps|
|Feb. 10, 2007||U.S. candidacy||Barack Obama||X||Springfield IL||Secretary of State||$431 billion Wall Street "bailout"|
|Feb. 12, 2007||UrAsia sale||UrAsia||X||Kazakhstan||$3.1 billion|
The evidence shows that the developments in Facebook were a direct function of Bill Clinton's collaboration with Goldman Sachs.
- Bill met with Goldman Sachs, then Accel Partners invested in Facebook.
- Bill spoke in Kazakhstan, then his friend Frank Giustra (Goldman Sachs) received coveted uranium mining contracts for which he was not qualified (but Goldman Sachs wanted)
- Bill started getting $152 million from Giustra, then Breyer and Zuckerberg induced Stanford students to write apps, after which Breyer secretly started WIN-IN-CHINA in Hong Kong, outside the knowledge of U.S. regulators (revealed by HSBC whistleblower Hervé Falciani).
- Facebook was established with Bill's and Goldman Sachs' money, then Barack Obama announced his candidacy on the platform, eventually claiming that his presidency would "fundamentally transform America."
- Hillary became Secretary of State intent on making Facebook a cornerstone of her E-diplomacy, irrespective of whether or not Facebook was violating patent law.
Bill Clinton evidently used his influence as America's former president to cajole President Nazarbayev to give the uranium mining contracts to UrAsia within a day, even though Frank Giustra had no experience in uranium mining (but Goldman Sachs had friends who did).
At every turn, Goldman Sachs and Bill Clinton are major players in the process.
Click here for a full timeline of this public corruption.
* * *Bookmark: #jpmorgan-pay-to-play
10% to whistleblower(s)
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The Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment empowers Congress to legislate a payday for Leader Technologies shareholders. This would provide adequate financing for Leader to offer a rational social networking environment—one that offers the application utility that people have come to enjoy about Leader’s invention without sacrificing security and privacy.
Contact your elected representatives and ask them to use Congress' power of the purse to pay Leader Technologies and unplug the Cartel.
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