Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Deep State Targets Tesla

Elon Musk: Serial Entrepreneur, and Threat to the Deep State
Just as Nicholas Tesla was targeted and destroyed
 by the Deep State when he came up with ideas and 
inventions which would improve the lives of humanity 
-- and provide free electricity and communications, 
so too is Elon Musk now being targeted since he
abhors wasteful and overly expensive inefficiencies.  
In this story line, follow the money, but recognize 
Elon Musk can, and will, dislodge the Deep State.

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Business Insider, ByLine: Matthew DeBord

Elon Musk settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] on charges filed over his abandoned attempt to take Tesla private. Musk will have to step down as the chairman of Tesla, and will be barred from that position for three years. He will remain Tesla’s CEO. The SEC charged Tesla with “failing to have required disclosure controls and procedures relating to Musk’s tweets.”  

We are curious what role Melissa Hodgman, Director of the SEC's International Divisionplayed in this bizarre attack; you might remember she is married to Peter Strzok, the corrupt, and now former Director of the FBI's Counter-Intelligence Division; her role has been to block any investigations into Hillary's money laundering operation in the Clinton Foundation.  
[Other than working with his girlfriend to undermine Trump, Strzok's notable success was in destroying the FBI's long term Operation Ghost Stories which identified and arrested a Russian SVR Sleeper Agent program by allowing the escape/release of the eleven spies arrested.]

Musk and the company will pay separate $20 million fines that will “be distributed to harmed investors under a court-approved process.   Tesla is being forced to appoint two new independent directors to its board. The company must also hire a lawyer to monitor Musk’s communications, including his tweets.

Musk's crime?

He tweeted that he was "... considering taking the company private."
He didn't, but that's irrelevant as far as the corrupt SEC is concerned.

Back in 2010, Musk's initial public offering of the Tesla stock was $17 in 2010; today, it sells for $300, a modest increase that made its investors millionaires.

[We're curious as to how investors were harmed by Tesla's chronic speculation, captured this time in an eight word tweet]

Musk is a perceived enemy of the Deep State, which derives its wealth primarily from the Transportation industry, i.e., Detroit's internal combustion industry, the oil industry, the financial industry, and the Defense and Space industry.

Musk has challenged each of the industries.
Tesla Semi; non-diesel

His electric vehicles have spawned dozens of US and international electric vehicle competitors; the only barrier seemed to be the limitations of 2,000 year old battery technology, so he created a company to make 21st Century batteries for electric vehicles, to include the Tesla Semi trucks  which could travel long distances without expensive diesel fuel costs
[currently about $150 Billion per year, which could cut into Warren Buffet's $34 Billion petroleum movement system of railroads].

The financial industry is leery of Musk because he can manufacture affordable vehicles and finance their sales through his own company at reasonable interest rates.  As opposed to Detroit's products which languish on car lots, Tesla vehicles are sold on waiting lists because demand is so great.

Automobile dealerships, a mainstay of the financial industry selling car loans of $30,000 to $150,000 at high interest rates, will gradually disappear with the dominance of electric vehicles since the need for mechanical maintenance is eliminated with electric motors which need only simple lubricants; no more expensive maintenance and overhauls of automobile drive trains consisting of thousands of moving parts [there are about 13,000 moving parts in the drive train of the average gasoline propelled car today; an electric propelled automobile has a motor with nine moving parts; do the math].  Electric vehicles will still need financing, but their mechanical and physical life spans are indefinite as the structures are now carbon-based and the motors simply don't wear out.

GM's EV-s, all in working order, were destroyed

GM figured this out in 1995 after they had created the EV-1 and EV-2, wildly popular leased vehicles - which needed no maintenance.

So, GM's Chairman, Rick Wagoner, revoked the leases, confiscated all the vehicles, and destroyed them all, not even giving one to the Smithsonian for historical purposes.

Musk's exceptional drive has produced a number of extraordinary ventures, most of which have made him, and his investors, quite wealthy.

His first venture was a software company called Zip2, which provided News Media resources with research capabilities. He sold out to Compaq Computer for $307 Million -- his share was $22 Million.

His next venture was X.com, an on-line bank which eventually became PayPal, which blind-sided the banking industry as it made transactions electronic and simple; he eventually sold the company for $250 Million.

Further down the road, he studied "rocket science" in his spare time and created SpaceX on the basis that rockets were unnecessarily overpriced.  His ventures included buying Russian rockets, developing a re-usable rocket; his reusable rockets were 100 time cheaper than those purchased under existing government contracts. He then secured a NASA contract for  $1.6 Billion to resupply the Space Station [after the Space Shuttle program was ended by Obama in 2011].  This program evolved into the BFR [Big Falcon (Fucking) Rocket] program which has evolved into the Interplanetary Space Flight program with reusable rockets.

This venture caused him a great deal of opposition since the Deep State is unwilling to give up control of the Space Industry, funded by billion dollar NASA contracts, and promoted by Trump's Space Force.

On a number of early launches, Musk's rockets inexplicably exploded on the pad or shortly after lift-off, as we would later learn via sabotage, or via snipers who could puncture a fuel tank from a mile away.  Musk and Trump solved this problem by launching from a highly restricted Military base, entry to which was only for fully identified, by-name personnel.

The Deep State has been squeezed out, for now, but will likely launch propaganda campaigns to denigrate Musk's efforts -- which promise to deliver astronauts to Mars, and the Moon in the immediate future.

Having successfully launched his Interplanetary program, Musk turned his attention again to his electric vehicles, addressing the limitations of battery life; so he built the GigaFactory, a lithium-ion battery factory in Nevada to power his vehicles and homes with solar-energy Powerwalls [a stationary home/business energy storage unit.

These ventures would undercut the battery companies, which have produced batteries which  are archaic [3,000 years old in design], expensive, and have a life span of about five years.

Cancer Transmission Systems?
They would also undercut the electric utility companies by providing consumers with an alternative to buying ever-more expensive electricity by government-protected monopolistic utilities which produce electricity and deliver it to consumers in the least efficient and highly vulnerable manner.

There is reportedly a high correlation between exposure to the Electrical Magnetic Fields [EMF] high tension power lines and cancer.  Electric utilizes have spent considerable money "debunking" these theories, but, it seems there is now pretty much of an inexplicable epidemic of cancer.

There's a considerable amount of money to be lost if Musk succeeds in creating electricity that is "off-the-grid", and naturally, the Deep State is reluctant to all the disruption of the "status quo". Expect a massive propaganda campaign to malign Musk's program.

But, lest you think Musk was slacking off, he came up with still another innovation; i.e., the Hyperloop passenger/freight train which replaces railroad trains with a high speed [700 mph], efficient, and comparatively inexpensive process.

Hyperloop Concept
The Hyperloop is a sealed tube, or system of tubes, through which a "pod" can travel without air resistance or friction -- at very high speeds.

The pods would be pressurized capsules which ride on "air bearings" driven by linear induction motors and axial compressors.

All that sounds complicated, but, think in terms of the vacuum tube system many banks still use in drive-through lanes to deliver your cash from the teller in the window.  Sixty years ago, that was the preferred system for office complexes and department stores.

This is a great idea which would provide a viable alternative to our crowded, expensive, uncomfortable, and inefficient airways   which are highly vulnerable.  Once again though, the Deep State is highly resistant to innovative technology which could slaughter their cash cows.  Railroads, though massively inefficient and slow, are basically passenger-unfriendly and highly profitable freight carriers.  Warren Buffett would be resistant, although rail would be the preferred carrier of dangerous loads of oil, coal, and explosives.

Nonetheless, opponents have already produced "studies" which call this technology impractical and vulnerable to disruption from power outages and "terror attacks".

Some may remember how the high-speed MagLev trains conceived in the 1980s were derailed in the US by Deep State nay-sayers to protect the airlines and rail monopolies -- but those constructed in foreign countries work just fine, until mysterious accidents caused them to shut down.

Musk's Tunnel Boring Machine
The question arose on how the HyperLoop would move through non-existent paths.

Naturally, Musk had an answer - his Boring Machine Company, which produces machines capable of boring tunnels through any material [e.g., rock]  at 50-60 feet per day, with a diameter up to nearly 60 feet.

Currently, Musk has a variety of tentative contracts for boring his tunnels, into which he can insert his Hyperloop trains; since these might cause the disruption and obsolescence of existing transportation systems, we can guarantee a great deal of political opposition to arise from Deep State functionaries.

Stay tuned for more adventures of Elon Musk, the man from the future.


Since we wrote this blog post last month, we've been traveling abroad  and have visited museums of science and technology which broadened our awareness of potential implementation of Musk technology, to include coordinating new, virtually indestructible carbon fibre products which could be used in Musk's space programs.

Notably, on our return, we learned that two of NASA's spacecraft "... ran out of hydrazine fuel!" - limiting their maneuverability, thus preventing them from gathering further information in our Solar System, even though their solar batteries were/are still functional.  The "single point of failure" on each system was the "reaction wheels" which adjusted the camera/telescope visual field.

1)  The Spacecraft DAWN, launched in 2007, probed the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter, after which it continued on to circle and gather information on the protoplanets Ceres and Vesta.  Currently, DAWN remains in an uncontrolled orbit, 22 miles above, and circling Ceres, completely dysfunctional.

2)  The Kepler orbiting telescope, launched in 2009, had run out of hydrazine fuel two days earlier, eliminating its ability to orient and gather space data.  The official explanation for its failure however, was eroding reaction wheels.

3)  The Hubble orbiting telescope. launched in 1990, remains in orbit and fully functional, 14 years after George W Bush attempted to force it into low orbit and self-destruct; his rationale was that the more sophisticated Webb telescope would quickly replace it.  The Webb telescope has been delayed multiple times and has recently been delayed again until 2021, somewhat beyond its original projection.  Maintenance and servicing of the Hubble had been conducted by astronauts transported by the Space Shuttle program, which President Obama terminated in 2011, leaving no replacement for the Shuttle, and no US transport to the Space Station or any other destination.

We're not sure what NASA has been doing, or why its emphasis seems to be on degrading our space exploration program.  Certainly, the demise of the DAWN and Keppler spacecraft due to fuel issues had to have been foreseen.  Had not the scientific community risen up in rebellion against Bush's decision to destroy the Hubble telescope, the US would have little capability to monitor issues beyond our stratosphere -- while Russia, China, and India launch their space vehicles to the Moon and beyond.  We have to wonder about this retreat from competition from our potential adversaries - an apparent goal of both Bush and Obama.

So, what does all this have to do with Elon Musk?

Well, Musk has repeatedly demonstrated his innovative spirit in creating solutions to bewildering challenges.  His rocketry has proven reliable and inexpensive.  One of his Tesla vehicles is now hurtling through space toward Mars, simply because Musk thought it would demonstrate he could accomplish just about anything space related.

We suspect he could probably launch a refueling vehicle and apparatus to salvage both DAWN and Keppler -- using robotic processes.  He could likely launch a space vehicle to land astronauts on the Moon were he so inclined.

We trust Mr Trump has Musk in mind for some key role in his Space Force -- which might be a suitable replacement for NASA.