Skip to comments.Whistleblowers Expose Rampant Corruption Inside Spanish Conglomerate Abengoa...
Posted on 05/04/2014 2:31:04 PM PDT by calfit32
The Bureau of Land Management is attempting to shut down the Bundy Ranch to clear the path for massive solar energy developments in southern Nevada that will enrich an A-list of well-connected Democrats close to President Obama, Al Gore, Bill Clinton and others. Completely unreported however, a scandal of epic proportions has been brewing with yet another Democrat-connected recipient of green energy stimulus funds. The Spain-based conglomerate Abengoa operates close to 600 subsidiaries throughout Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Asia, and has received $3.6 billion in loans and grants in direct violation of President Obamas "Recovery Act" promise to provide shovel ready, good paying jobs that can't be outsourced.
Since snagging billions of American taxpayer money, Abengoa has intentionally violated American laws, codes and regulations that range across numerous government agencies, while on so many levels demonstrating a blatant disregard for our country and our citizens.
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Yeah. Well. I’m sure Obama will ask Eric Holder’s Justice Dept to investigate this right away. You know, get to the bottom of it. Etc.
Is this part of the same Spanish construction conglomerate that has taken over the toll roads construction and ownership in Texas?
Hasn't that become the SOP of this administration so as to avoid answering inconvenient questions because of on going investigations?
I know this company, and they are even worse than depicted. Since they can’t get credit on the market, they use their suppliers for finance. They call it “PPB”. It is a reverse factoring scheme where they demand vendors take a haircut on payments If they want to be paid in less than 180 days...no mater what the vendor terms. Completely unethical.
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