Now that we are awake to all the CIA-DARPA Silicon Valley cut-out phony baloney boys like Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel, and Elon Musk, we need to look at the case of Elizabeth Holmes more closely. Was she to be Silicon Valley’s start-up queen?
Nineteen years old. Stanford drop-out. Daughter of insiders. Starts a company with a cabal-studded board of directors and tons of cash. Company collects blood but doesn’t have the technology that it claims to have.
Now she is headed for jail.
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What makes Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes so puzzling is its original board of directors. Pretty beefy board of directors for a start-up.
What was/is really going on with Elizabeth and the blood testing company Theranos?
“Let’s take a look at Theranos’ 12-person board (which is an 11-man team if you don’t include CEO and Chairwoman Elizabeth Holmes—interesting given her stated commitment to women in STEM). We have former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry, former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Senators Sam Nunn and Bill Frist (who, it should be noted, is a surgeon), former Navy Admiral Gary Roughead, former Marine Corps General James Mattis, and former CEOs Dick Kovacevich of Wells Fargo and Riley Bechtel of Bechtel. There is also one former epidemiologist—William Foege, and, in addition to Holmes, one current executive, Sunny Balwani, who is Theranos’ president and CEO.” Source
“Elizabeth Holmes’ is a story that could happen only in America. After her sophomore year she left Stanford to devote herself to a vision of health care available as a basic human right. When I was introduced to Elizabeth by George Shultz, her plan sounded like an undergraduate’s dream. I told her she had only two prospects: total failure or vast success. There would be no middle ground.” Henry Kissinger April 15, 2015
Imagine that. Stanford drop-out, first time entrepreneur gets Henry Kissinger to sit on her board, give her a sizeable investment, round up a political powerhouse board, then has Henry write up an article for her in Time Magazine.
Nothing fishy here. Move along.