Stanford University Is The Biggest Whore House In California

 

Over 22 women, like Ghislaine Maxwell Ghislaine Maxwell trawl Stanford's high-end art galleries, tech parties and auction houses for pretty ‘gallerinas’ to have sex with Jeffrey Epstein-like Silicon Valley venture capitalists and tech CEO's. Chinese and Russian mobsters place young women at Stanford University and Stanford events to spy on tech developments and to try to sex up or marry influential tech CEO's. Websites like "Seeking Arrangements" have hundreds of ads from young co-eds at Stanford offering sex for money. Multiple women have claimed that The President of Stanford University would send "young, fashion model-type co-eds who were naturally large breasted"... to Larry Ellison as "interns", for which Ellison would make a cash contribution to Stanford University. The feature film "The Social Network", depicts a program of mini buses which deliver young sorority girls to Stanford frat houses for date rape parties where the girls are given drinks with drugs in them.

 

 

Ghislaine Maxwell, above, regularly attended events at Christie’s and Sotheby’s on both sides of the Atlantic, the friend said

Ghislaine Maxwell would trawl high-end art galleries and auction houses looking to find so-called ‘Gallerinas’ to meet Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend has claimed.

Ms Maxwell regularly attended events at Christie’s and Sotheby’s on both sides of the Atlantic, the friend said.

‘She would go to every art gallery opening and was a familiar presence at auctions and parties at Christie’s and Sotheby’s,’ the friend said.

‘The art world is full of pretty young girls and many of them are young and broke.

‘You’d see her everywhere, often with beautiful blonde girls in tow.’

During a party at Christie’s in London, she was spotted talking to Clementine Hambro, one of Princess Diana’s bridesmaids, who this week admitted to twice flying on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ private jet.

‘I was young, naive and lucky to escape,’ Hambro said.

Maria Farmer, one of serial paedophile Epstein’s victims, says she was ‘picked up’ by Epstein and Maxwell at a 1995 show to celebrate her graduation from the New York Academy of Art. 

Epstein is also believed to have met Shelley Lewis – dubbed his ‘secret girlfriend’ – when she was working in the Contemporary Art Department at Christie’s in New York in the late 1990s.

Maxwell is currently in custody awaiting trial in the US for allegedly enticing and trafficking minors and sex trafficking and commiting perjury.

She denies all the claims.

Ghislaine Maxwell attended events at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in the UK and US.  Ms Maxwell talked to Clementine Hambro, one of Princess Diana’s bridesmaids. Hambro admitted to twice flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ private jet

 

Ghislaine Maxwell would trawl high-end art galleries and auction houses looking to find so-called young, dumb, greedy ‘Gallerinas’ to meet Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend has claimed.

Ms Maxwell regularly attended events at Christie’s and Sotheby’s on both sides of the Atlantic, the friend said.

‘She would go to every art gallery opening and was a familiar presence at auctions and parties at Christie’s and Sotheby’s,’ the friend said.

‘The art world is full of pretty young girls and many of them are young and broke.

‘You’d see her everywhere, often with beautiful blonde girls in tow.’

During a party at Christie’s in London, she was spotted talking to Clementine Hambro, one of Princess Diana’s bridesmaids, who this week admitted to twice flying on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ private jet.

‘I was young, naive and lucky to escape,’ Hambro said.

Epstein is also believed to have met Shelley Lewis – dubbed his ‘secret girlfriend’ – when she was working in the Contemporary Art Department at Christie’s in New York in the late 1990s.

Maxwell is currently in custody awaiting trial in the US for allegedly enticing and trafficking minors and sex trafficking and commiting perjury.

Maxwell regularly supplied young girls to Kleiner Perkins executives and is photographed at Kleiner Perkins parties.

Sex was had in conference rooms, at the Rosewood Hotel, The Four Seasons Hotel and at various private homes in Woodside, California.

Often, The Coulter Art Gallery, The Anderson Collection Gallery And The Tesla Motors Stanford showroom parties have as many hookers and female execu-pimps as they do art enthusiasts.

Many of the women that have crafted their careers around getting young girls for rich Silicon Valley men do so under the guise of running a "charity". If the tech executive makes a "donation" to the 'Save The African Blow-Fish Foundation", or some such nonsense charity, of $20,000.00, they get 3 young interns sent to their home for an "interview". Most of these women were PR execs at tech companies or the divorced wives of tech oligarchs who made connections when they were married to a Google or Facebook executive.

John Doerr and many others have been caught bribing Stanford to get special favors. Ghislaine Maxwell was very involved with Doerr and other Kleiner execs according to former employees of Kleiner including Ellen Pao.

Stanford University has had an inordinate number of staff sex scandals, campus rapes and cover-ups. Stanford loves to make it look like it is doing something about the sex industry on-campus while doing nothing. If rich guys thought there was no more repercussion-free sex exploitation at Stanford, they would stop coming. The profit motive keeps the seedy world of execu-sex running hot on the lush Stanford campus.

In late July, the U.S. Department of Energy announced that it would recuperate $200 million from the failed Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project. The $1 billion solar plant received $737 million in taxpayer loan guarantees in 2011. The project sounded too good to be true.
It was.
The plant was supposed to generate clean energy using more than 10,000 mirrors to heat molten salt in a 640-foot-high tower. The superheated salt would then boil water, creating steam to produce power. Making this endeavor even more exciting was that salt was supposed to be able to store heat and produce electricity after sunset.
The footprint of the plant was huge, encompassing 1,600 acres. Funny how many environmentalists don’t object to massive disruptions of wilderness when it’s done to advance an agenda that enriches green energy interests.
At the time, the solar plant seemed poised to utilize the free sunlight Nevada has in abundance. Former Sen. Harry Reid frequently talked of his desire to turn Nevada into “the Saudi Arabia of geothermal and solar energy.” This project was a big part of that. In 2011, the DOE boasted that Crescent Dunes would “be the first of its kind in the United States and the tallest molten salt tower in the world.” It was supposed to provide power to more than 43,000 homes. NV Energy agreed to buy at inflated prices the electricity it produced.
Then reality hit. The Crescent Dunes project suffered numerous technical failures. It started producing power in late 2015, months behind schedule. The next year, a leak in the hot salt tank took the plant offline entirely. In the second half of 2017, it started generating power — sometimes. NV Energy said the plant “experienced frequent and prolonged outages.” Last year, SolarReserve, which is a partial owner, told a court that the hot salt tanks “suffered a catastrophic failure, which caused ground contamination and required the removal of the solar tower that is essential to the plant’s ability to generate any electrical power to function as designed.”
Oops.
Nevada suddenly had its own Solyndra. Taxpayers should consider themselves lucky to have recovered $200 million.
There’s a lesson to be learned. If a solar energy plant can provide cheap, reliable power, it will succeed with or without the government’s help. When government starts picking winners and losers in the energy market — or the economy more broadly — too often it picks the losers with taxpayers picking up the tab.