An openly gay Bilderberg member (and their elite Steering Committee), and Silicon Valley billionaire (worth 2.6 bln as of Nov ’17) investor who co-founded PayPal in 1999, and served as CEO until its sale to eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. In 2004 he co-founded a controversial (and opaque) company, Palantir, and is its current chairman. Palantir has long sought to sell governments an unmatched power to sift and exploit information of any kind. The CIA itself was an early investor in the startup through In-Q-Tel, the agency’s venture capital branch. The Intercept revealed that Palantir has worked for years to boost the global dragnet of the NSA and its international partners, and was in fact co-created with American spies. Due to legal limitations of federal agencies, the government has loopholed agents and other controllable companies to create or head businesses that can get away with, and better shield, the government’s spying on and creation of dossiers on everyone.
Thiel became Facebook’s first outside investor when he acquired a 10.2% stake for $500,000 in August 2004. In The Social Network, Hollywood’s 2010 rendition of the Facebook creation myth, Thiel’s character appears briefly to write Mark Zuckerberg a $500,000 check and suggest that he utterly betray his best friend and co-founder, Eduardo Saverin — a fictionalized version of one of the greatest moments of treachery in modern business history. And unless you’re within or near the tech bubble, this may be your only impression of Thiel. He sold the majority of his Facebook shares in 2012 for over a billion dollars.
Thiel, who supported the Donald Trump campaign, is now serving as a special adviser to Trump. Thiel bankrolled the lawsuit which bankrupted Gawker to halt the speech he finds most offensive. He had planned to sue them after they did an article about his homosexuality, but instead exacted his revenge with Hulk Hogan and others combined in a lawsuit to silence the Media outlet that probably went too far. Or maybe he was fronting the suit for the deep state who saw three documents by Mark Gorton were published on Gawker in 2014: Fifty Years of the Deep State, The Coup of ’63, Part 1 and The Political Dominance of The Cabal. Interestingly, Thiel also gave a cool million to an anti-immigrant organization in 2008, and provided $1.25 million to Rebekah Mercer’s Trump super PAC.
Thiel also believes people have been conned by “the idea of the inevitability of the death” and has funded startups dedicated to extending the human lifespan. The 48-year-old explores an unsettling technique – harvesting, and infusing himself with, the blood of teenagers. Though he spends $40,000 each month to intravenously infuse himself with an 18 year olds blood, it is worth mentioning that this is a common belief of Luciferians, the predominant religion of the Royals and elite behind the shadow government who have been reported to drink the blood of children in their rituals to extend life.
At Stanford, he distanced himself from perceived diversity issues by founding “The Stanford Review”, the premier conservative paper of the college and according to critics it “set out to provoke and offend”.
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