Here is what I blogged this week in response to some new headlines on PensionGate:
From: Zuma Dogg <email@example.com>
Date: October 23, 2009 7:09:54 AM PDT
Subject: Zuma Report : CalPERS Pensiongate Update: HOW AND THE HELL DOES ONE PERSON END UP WITH $53 MILLION OF STATE PENSION MONEY?
Did Zuma Dogg NOT Warn You About Apollo?: http://ladailyblog.blogspot.
AND HERE IS THE NEW FOLLOW UP FROM "MR. SOURCE" THAT HE SENT OUT TO HIS OWN MASSIVE EMAIL DATABASE. VERY COMPELLING AND INTERESTING IF YOU CAN FOLLOW IT. KINDA INSIDE. MOST OF YOU MAY WANT TO SKIP TO THE NEXT POST:
Look at how clean and precise is Zuma Dogg's blog; and equally important he, who lives on the streets of LA, continues to follow the biggest story which I was the first to tell the world about back in late 2001 when Wetherly Capital Group, who had me on retainer, organized two meetings with California Governor Gray Davis on December 28th, 2001, the first involving the top officials of Vivendi here on US soil and the second, ten minutes later, Davis met with my close colleague Dr. Rod Smith Phd
Not to mention what the "RULE OF LAW" means when you have a lawyer like Professor Joe Grunfest Esq., when presented with the opportunity to see the irrefutable "smoking gun proof" of voter fraud, has the arrogance to write me back, "Could I stop you?" - click HERE; to mention little of Grundfest who was most familiar with my ability to flush out corruption at the highest levels, was a former commissioner of the totally fraudulent Securities and Exchange Commission that is no different to the US Federal Reserve who understand perfectly well how my former employer, De Beers gets to see each and every Wall Street deal before it is shown to the likes of big name investment firms like Goldman Sachs who then flog their crap to the unsuspecting masses.
Again, once I got wind of the "greasing of the wheels" I made Vicky Schiff, the co-managing director of Wetherly Capital Group, aware that I would not stand idly by as they committed voter fraud in the upcoming California Gubernatorial elections, which resulted in Vivendi's stock beginning, on January 3rd, 2002, the day I had Marie get her very carefully crafted will witnessed by an attorney neighbor, a precipitous collapse; Vivendi and its 63% owned sister corporation, Vivendi Environmental losing US$ 63 billion in market value over a continuous period of 280 days; and no surprise that Ms. Schiff and I jointly owned a safety box at Union Bank on 15th Street in downtown Del Mar, whose box number was 280, and the contents included the original agreement between herself and me before Wetherly Capital Group put me on retainer.
A great many people have seen the original documents that talk to this massive voter fraud involving the top government official of the State of California in what was back then the 5th largest economy in the world, and again the only question is when did the media become corrupt; i.e. when did the democracy here in the US start; and the answer of course is that democracy has never existed in the US and more importantly, the US has been the greatest exporter of tyranny in the history of the world.
For those who want to know what Ms. Schiff as well as the entire California State Government with of course inextricably close ties to the US Federal Government are thinking, why not communicate directly with Ms. Schiff -- and start out by having her share her best recollections of this safety box.
ALSO: Which just 2 weeks after those two most important meetings [December 28th, 2001] that were 10 minutes apart, Vicky Schiff, Dan Weinstein and Joe Campos who set up both meetings Governor Davis journeyed to the desert to meet with the CEO of Vivendi Environmental, Andy Seidel and the General Counsel Staneck who attended along with Joe Campos the first meeting with Gray Davis; and immediately after this November 11th meeting which Rod Smith and I protested against, Seidel headed to Paris for a board meeting of Vivendi whose CEO Jean-Marie Messier knew they were already in big trouble without having to hear from Seidel that it was just a matter of time before the world would know of how desperate was Vivendi that they would risk getting caught "red handed".