"“We have lent a huge amount of money to the U.S. Of course we are concerned about the safety of our assets. To be honest, I am definitely a little worried.” "

Chinese premier Wen Jiabao 12th March 2009

""We have a financial system that is run by private shareholders, managed by private institutions, and we'd like to do our best to preserve that system."

Timothy Geithner US Secretary of the Treasury, previously President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.1/3/2009

Monday, January 05, 2009

Governor Richardson resigns from Obama cabinet after exposure by Lord Patel over new factory deal

Obama announced Governor Richardson's cabinet nomination on 3 December, saying: "I look forward to working with him in the years ahead."

What he failed to say was Richardson had been under investigation by a federal grand jury since August last year.

The investigation, revealed by the Albuquerque Journal, concerns the California company CDR Financial Products. The compny won $1.4m (£960,000) in work from the New Mexico state government five years ago. At the same time the company and its president, David Rubin, made contributions to Richardson's political campaign committees.

CDR and Rubin contributed at least $110,000 to the committees, according to a review of campaign finance records.

The largest donation, $75,000, was made by CDR in June 2004.

CDR's lawyer, Richard Beckler, told the Washington Post last month: "CDR has always tried to abide by these byzantine campaign finance regulations and is cooperating fully with this investigation."

Lord Patel also revealed Thursday, December 18, 2008 Thin Film Photovoltaics set for massive production growth that Signet Solar, Inc.founded in 2006 , a Menlo Park CA , company with global ambitions is building a plant in Belen ,NM, 30 minutes south of Albuquerque which will create 600 well paid jobs (Ranging from US$39,000 for production-line workers to $100,000 for managers)to commence production in 2010.

In announcing the plans Governor Richardson also forgot to mention ..but Toni Balzano, public information officer for the Economic Development Department let slip was that there are a total of about US$185 million worth of tax incentives for which the company would qualify. That includes a manufacturing tax credit, a high-wage jobs tax credit, the Job Training Incentive Program, a rural jobs tax credit and a renewable energy jobs tax credit.

Also the The 75-acre facility where the plant will be located , 6,000-acre Rancho Cielo master-planned industrial and residential community is owned by Coast Range Investments where Signet will be the first company to set up manufacturing. Rancho Cielo plans to use Signet panels on a 700-acre solar farm designed to meet the majority of the power requirements in development

and also

This is of course not to suggest that Coast Range and their client Signet Solar were in any way benefiting etc., etc., ....but what a coincidence.

No MSM has yet picked up our scoop...


Anonymous said...

For you ziz.

No where to put it ?...

"Nanotechnology – the new threat to food"

"Following on from genetic engineering, nanotechnology represents the latest high technology attempt to infiltrate our food supply. Senior scientists have warned that nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at the scale of atoms and molecules, introduces serious new risks to human and environmental health. Yet in the absence of public debate, or oversight from regulators, unlabelled foods manufactured using nanotechnology have begun to appear on our supermarket shelves."...


No wonder they built this...


A "just in case" thing.

And this...


Anonymous said...

February 24, 2009

"Monsanto's Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers"...


ziz said...

In the 50's / 60's the new paraquat and similiar weedkillers were thought o be ideal for a non ploughing / harrowing of soils saving energy ec

Then they realised that Paraquat had ireversible effect on soild chelation , sructure etc.,

Wonders of science

Some of the mOnsanto strains are also brittle and therfore break more easily off the cotton boll and lead to lower length of fibre, hence lower strength when spun.

Like food bred for shelf life , look great maybe but taste like shit.

(C) Very Seriously Disorganised Criminals 2002/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 - copy anything you wish