Points #15 2010-02-28
By reading the EPA statements and reading a few of the city minutes
I found two things. They are doing bridge improvements AND buying
property for easements. This is the new address for the Hoku plant
from the EPA statement:
going by the city minutes, they have purchased this property for
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With my living
out of state it would be almost impossible to track down at the
moment all the property they have purchased and what money they have
used. For an area resident, all you have to do is drive down the
street and check the city tax records for the vacant properties. I
am pretty sure they have used a fair amount of StimUwaste money
through the Pocatello City Corp., I just do not have a way to audit
it at the moment.
basically over spent $1.4 trillion dollars, borrowed money from
China for the StimUwaste, and then used that money to build a plant
for a Chinese owned corporation and buy property for easements, and
then gave USA soil to China for 99 years.
If you care
about your country and live in the area, you might look into this
green puts $green into China's pocket - sovereignty issues
USA borrows $100s of billions from China and the USA pays $10s of
billions in interest, so where would China spend the profit
interest? Maybe buying and investing in "green" solar
panel companies. Is this one reason Obama is pushing the green
agenda so hard along with his acolytes, even though "global
warming" has been shown to be a hoax and conspiracy? We are
paying China going and coming.
would the founding fathers of the USA think of giving another
country a 99 year lease of sovereign American soil?
Scientific is a diversified clean energy technologies company with
three business units: Hoku Materials, Hoku Solar and Hoku Fuel
Cells. Hoku Materials plans to manufacture, market, and sell
polysilicon for the solar market from its plant currently under
construction in Pocatello, Idaho."
company gains control of Hoku Scientific
Scientific Inc. of Honolulu said Wednesday it has issued more than
33 million shares to Tianwei New Energy Holdings Co. of Chengdu,
giving the Chinese company control of 60 percent of Hoku's
- Tianwei stock sale (click here)
solar energy firm Tianwei New Energy Holdings Co., Ltd., is now –
officially – the majority owner of Hoku Scientific, a
Hawaii-based clean tech company building a polysilicon plant in
note: They bought 60% of the stock.
breaks ground (click here)
and the City of Pocatello signed a 99-year ground lease last week,
and Hoku expects to begin mobilizing construction
crews within the next several weeks after the City obtains an
acceptable easement ensuring Hoku's unrestricted access to the
you wonder what money was used to buy the easements? I tried reading
some of the city meetings about easements, but, there is a lot to go
through. From my reading though this included power line easements
and from the look of the court cases it was done through the
Pocatello City Corp. They had to do road improvements, so you can
bet a $1 Federal funds were used too.
happened in (R) Rep. Michael Simpson ID-2 district.
must be very powerful, I could not believe the amount of pork
through various agencies that go to the city of Pocatello including
2.4 million in ARRA grants to buy new buses in the last year.
" Pocatello" into recovery.gov, I have not added up it
project by project, but, there has to be $200 million in StimUwaste
funds just to that one city. I know they probably used StimUwaste
funds for the Hoku site, but, so much goes to the Pocatello City
Corp. I have no way to audit it out.