“Green Scammers” in 2013 continue their blood (money)-sucking ways even though it’s criminal!

Posted: January 1, 2013 in Uncategorized

Talk about DENIAL!

It doesn’t matter that the Green Energy Agenda has basically ruined most of the regions of the world where it has been introduced and allowed politicians to openly screw their citizens out of hard earned money with little or no Return on Investment (ROI), it continues unabated because it’s such a great scam that even the threat of jail terms and legal judgements have no influence on the “Enronesque” criminal plot to make billions of illicit $$$$ off a brilliantly crafted ponzi scheme!

Will 2013 be the year that this whole criminal enterprise comes crumbling down around the heads of the fat greasy investors and tyrants who pass unjust laws on the land to support this scam???

We can only HOPE!

The Obama Green Energy Scam You May Have Missed

Dec 27, 2012 Donald Lambro

WASHINGTON – Have you seen the latest development in President Obama’s waste-ridden, clean energy program that’s now under federal investigation at the U.S. Treasury Department?

Three of the country’s biggest residential solar panel installers — SolarCity, SunRun and Sungevity — have been subpoenaed by Treasury’s Office of Inspector General for their financial records to determine if they had inflated the market value of their costs when they applied for federal reimbursement.

The firms have reportedly received more than $500 million in federal grants and tax credits. Officials in two of them, Solar-City and SunRun, have been among some of Obama’s most generous campaign donors.

The money these companies tapped into flowed from a $13 billion investment fund in Treasury that came from the president’s economic stimulus program which has poured huge sums of money into clean energy programs across the country.

Obama has sunk billions of tax dollars into a scandal-ridden swamp of other energy deals that were crafted and promoted by administration business cronies who also were among his biggest fundraisers.

After an exhaustive analysis of thousands of memos, company records and internal e-mails about Obama’s green-technology spending program, the Washington Post concluded that it was “infused with politics” at every level of the decision-making process. Political considerations dominated the White House’s deal-making and all too often overruled warnings that billions of tax dollars would be lost on shaky energy projects that should never have been approved.

Take, for example, Sanjay Wagle, a venture capitalist and one of Obama’s fundraisers in 2008. He left his firm in California to work in Obama’s Energy Department on a $40 billion spending program to stimulate the economy by investing in clean technology companies.

It’s questionable just how much “stimulus” much of this money provided to the economy when unemployment is still close to 8 percent, and a number of these firms went bankrupt and eventually laid off thousands of workers.

Nevertheless, over the next three years the Energy Department officials Wagle was advising plowed $2.4 billion into clean energy corporations that Wagle’s former company, Vantage Point Venture Partners, had invested in.

“Overall, the Post found that $3.9 billion in federal grants and financing flowed to 21 companies backed by firms with connections to five Obama administration staffers and advisers,” the newspaper reported at the time.

Those insider connections helped grease the wheels for dubious clean energy investments that went belly up, leaving taxpayers to foot the bill on loans guaranteed by the government.

One of them was a $535 million loan to the now-bankrupt solar panel firm Solyndra that Obama promoted against the better judgement of top budget and contract officials who warned the White House against the deal.

What has come to light so far as part of a congressional investigation is the administration’s willful order to approve a bad loan, despite dire warnings from a number of federal officials that the California-based Solyndra was in deep financial trouble.

A steady stream of government e-mails released by a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee tell a sordid tale of a company Obama turned into an energy showcase for his $40 billion loan program — until Solyndra declared bankruptcy in August, putting 1,100 employes out of work.

One of the people promoting Solyndra’s $535 million million loan, which will be paid off by federal taxpayers, was Steven J. Spinner, a senior Energy Department adviser, an Obama campaign fundraiser, and a Silicon Valley investor given the job of guiding the administration’s clean technology investments.

He was not only one of Solyndra’s insider defenders, his wife worked for the California law firm that represented the solar panel company and helped it file for the federal government loan her husband was promoting, according to the Post investigation.


Here’s why the Green Scam will end this year?

One for the “good guys”!

2012 Truth Teller of the Year

DECEMBER 31, 2012 BY  

As a guy who has dedicated a significant part of his life to uncovering environmental scams, naming this year’s Truth Teller is a no-brainer for me.  The winner is the man who just brought down the head of Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency: Christopher Horner.

Chris is a skilled lawyer and senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. About a decade ago he wrote, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming, which caused liberal heads to explode. This year he penned, The Liberal War on Transparancy, a book detailing how the Obama administration’s claim of being “the most transparaent” in history is pure hog washed propaganda.

In his book Horner specifically reveals how the EPA’s adminisrator, Lisa Jackson, was conducting official business utilizing a non-government email account under the alias “Richard Windsor.” That’s a big no-no.

“That is just one of the alias names used by Obama’s radical EPA chief to keep her emails from those who ask for it,” Horner told me.

Horner’s investigation soon got the attention of Congress. “Two full committees and one investigative subcommittee of the House of Representatives have asked several federal agencies, including EPA and the White House,” Horner said in a press release, adding that the Department of Justice acknowledged “12,000 emails from Lisa Jackson’s ‘secondary’ email account that discuss the Obama administration’s war on coal, in response to litigation we have filed over this practice.”



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