Scheduled show time: Wednesday Mar 13, 2013 at 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM MST
Either way, let’s get the ball rolling on this one, the U.S. government and the state department are spending $100’s of billions of dollars on research and development in Silicon valley and a lot of that is aimed at growing an African Internet that has no great benefit for America.
February 22, 2013
Continuing in this breaking story George Hunt now produces his latest video on how Hillary Clinton and Barrack Obam conspire to fleece the American people of 307 Billion dollars by creating an internet in Africa for bush tribes!
George Hunt presents his findings on what the governments 307 billion dollars in grants to the Silicon valley are going to. In this investigation he uncovers the results almost 2 years after the original grants were proposed and we learn that a lot of that money is going in to build an internet pipeline in Africa and bringing African people online. George asks the looming question of why would we want to invest 10 percent of the US budget into Africa.
Pt. 2 – Jann Scott interviews George W. Hunt on the new video The African Internet, Silicon Valley and The Alliance for an affordable internet and they dig deeper into the issue of why America would want to spend so much money investing in African internet and providing the continent with more affordable technology resources when the returns on the initial work are so very small in comparison.
Obama Budgets $307 Billion For the African Internet, etc.
The “Alliance For An Affordable Internet” is a public-private partnership which intends to build a huge, expensive African Internet. Its headquarters are in Nairobi, Kenya, now dubbed “Africa’s Silicon Valley”.
Hillary Clinton alluded to this monstrous State Department project when she stepped down from her Secretary job on February 1, 2013. She said, “One billion more persons will have access to the Internet”. She did not expand her sentence to include… “and Americans will pay for most of it”.
Here is the scheme: Bloomberg News reported on Feb 14, 2011 that President Obama’s budget for FYE2012 will include $307 billion in grants to Silicon Valley. Specifically, the individual grant amounts in Obama’s budget are: $148 billion for research and development, $80 billion for federal information systems and $77.4 billion for computer education. Much (most?) of the grant money will be spent for Africa’s Internet.
The partners of “Alliance For An Affordable Internet” include the U.S Department of State, the World Wide Web Foundation and five Silicon Valley computer giants (Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Intel and Cisco Systems).
Americans will get little benefit from these huge grants, nor can we endure the $307 billion in the cash outflow from the U.S. treasury. While we struggle to pay for health and indigent assistance, our constant wars and our corroding infrastructure, these grants will indeed bury us further into debt.
The World Bank, the UN and many foundations are available to fund an African Internet. If the international funds refuse to assist, the E.U. and the U.K. should fund this project because of their large African associations.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced at her stepping-down party on February 1st that a consortium of the State Department, the World Wide Web Foundation and Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Intel and Cisco Systems has been created to develop the African Internet.
Their group is called “The Alliance for an Affordable Internet” and
President Obama has already promised to grant a total of $307 billion to the Silicon Valley for the technology and systems required for this Africa adventure. In other words, Americans are picking up the tab for the $307 billion Obama has granted to create an African Internet. Moreover, I doubt that Americans will probably ever use it so we’ll get nothing in return for for our money.
Obama’s home town of Nairobi, Kenya, has already been dubbed as “Africa’s Siiicon Valley” by Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, But why should the U.S. foot the bill for this low-priority project while millions of Americans are unemployed and our infrastructure requires so many repairs? We’ll miss that $307 billion, President Obama.