Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part II)

Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part II)

Facebook Banner Stephen Perkins[1781]Should you buy a car from a man named Elon? Turns out, based upon the following information, one should probably reconsider.

Increasingly, there is evidence Tesla Motors may be not only a brass plated Ponzi scheme, but the company’s establishment may have been a kickback quid pro quo in exchange for considerable political contributions to the wealthy and influential Hollywood host actor portraying the manufactured character of ‘next level genius’ Elon Musk.

Not only has Musk’s Tesla Motors failed to meet its production targets for its Model Three, but mechanical difficulties with a number of those models delivered from past production lines have reportedly marred customer confidence going forward.

Not only does significant evidence exist Tesla Motors may be operating on a dubious business model, but its CEO and founder, Elon Musk, turns out to be yet another manufactured mainstream media cartoon character portrayed by a host actor.

Yes, you read that correctly folks, ‘Mr. Next Level Genius’ Elon Musk is a CGI generated cult of personality, and once again America has been thoroughly duped. Guaranteed, after reading the following, one may choose to balk before buying anything – much less an electric powered car – from the man America’s masses have come to know as ‘Elon’.  Continue reading “Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part II)”

Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part 1)

Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part 1)

Would you buy a car from a man named Elon?

Admittedly, not even Henry Ford could have envisioned Elon Musk’s latest PR stunt. With the current stock price of Musk’s Tesla company in the midst of yet another embarrassing nosedive, Elon Musk – the 21st century P.T. Barnum – apparently decided the only way he could bolster the plummeting confidence of investors rather than going back to the unforgiving bond market was to pull a stunt of cosmic proportions. With the help of Chroma Key and CGI, Musk and Space X have made it appear as if the Tesla car has been literally launched into outer space.

Not surprisingly, America and the world believes it!

Well, everyone except the discerning and loyal readers of Newsspellcom.org, that is.

Although one has published a series of installments on America’s hallowed space agency, NASA, one has left well enough alone when it comes to its so-called competition: private ‘space exploration’ company Space X and its heralded cult leader Elon Musk. However, with the latest ‘space adventure’ marketed by Musk and Space X, one felt compelled to finally attempt a probing examination.

Whether or not there exist those invariably worshiping at the altar of America’s latest heralded entrepreneur who shall no doubt dismiss the following findings out of hand, one’s preliminary probe into the dubious business model of Elon Musk’s electric powered Tesla automobile enterprise proved to be quite revealing.

Not only does there exist evidence of stock price fixing and market rigging, but also circumstantial and perhaps empirical evidence there may be significant collusion between Musk’s Tesla Motors, and the US government.

After observing the supporting evidence, loyal readers will no doubt wonder why the SEC has turned a blind eye to what appears to be deliberate and felonious criminality. Could it be, the Security and Exchange Commission is in on the game being played with Tesla, and could be colluding with the alleged criminal parties?

The following expose shall attempt to probe what appears to be a criminal syndicate operating in plain public sight, and with the implicit blessing of the US government in speculative collusion with an alleged private company and its heralded guru, Elon Musk. Continue reading “Should America buy what Elon is selling? (Part 1)”