In-Q-Tel is an interesting thing. They list some of their investments but the majority are considered state secrets and you'll never find out who and what they are.
However even the select few investments that they've made public paint a colourful picture. For example they gave life to a company called Keyhole Inc. Keyhole Inc was founded by a guy you may know named John Hanke. John Hanke is now CEO of Niantic maker of the PokemonGo app.
Before PokemonGo and Niantic, Hanke had Keyhole Inc and gps software. That software would become the basis and backbone for Google Earth as we know it today. Hanke has been involved with google for many years since they acquired Keyhole Inc in 2004.
Others on the public list are Peter Thiel's Palantir which those who follow George Webb surely have heard the name. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palantir_Technologies
There's all kinds of VPNs and voice analytics software as well as more red links on a Wikipedia list than I've ever seen. So many of their public investments have nearly zero information about them available. It's impressive to say the least.
So keeping in mind the top post on this sub today that points out that the Pentagon ended their life log program the same day Facebook was founded, and then looking at the history of Peter Thiel, he launched Palantir in 2004 with CIA money. Then he in the same year he was Facebooks first outside investor. Now I ain't sayin she a gold digger but I mean come on, where's the subtlety?
I don't think it's a stretch to think that perhaps Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg are on that secret list of investments held by In-Q-Tel. The hearings are theatre, the entire Trump presidency and Russia scandals are theatre. If you want to know who's really playing 4D chess it's not any politician.
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