Gene Friedman *** Update*** New Yorkers Tell Me They Did NOT Know NISSAN Did Deals with IRAN ....Gene Friedman Got Bullied at the Knicks Game By NYC Mayor Bloomberg Who "Flipped Out" at the Taxi Owner.... The NYC Taxi "Monopoly" Contract Given to a Foreign Company That Fues IRAN Economically Lost in Court & It's Going to US Supreme Court.... OMG!!! Judge Scalia PLEASE Stop NYC that Suffered the 9-11 Tragedy from Fueling Al Qaeda Via NISSAN.... Carlos Ghosn Support Hezbollah and NOBODY Cares... Why?

Report: Bloomberg Fires Off F-Bomb Tirade Against NYC Taxi Kingpin

CBS Local-May 22, 2013
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City's billionaire mayor is normally a pretty cool customer. But a fellow rich businessman says Michael ...

Bloomberg accused of threatening to 'destroy' New York's taxi industry

RT-14 hours ago
... of a large taxi fleet company over his opposition to the city's “Taxi of ... plan to replace New York City's taxi fleet with a Nissan-built Taxi of ...
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While the report states that Nissan has promised the city of New York a battery-powered, zero-emission electric version of the NV200 will be released in the future – backed up by court documents from Nissan assuring a hybrid version is planned for 2015 – Justice Moulton ruled that New York taxi companies must be able to buy hybrid electric vehicles from other companies despite the exclusive nature of the initial 10-year contract, worth an estimated US$1 billion.

  1. NY court bedevils Nissan's taxi deal

    Automotive News-22 hours ago
    NASHVILLE -- Five months before Nissan is to begin rolling its yellow taxis onto the streets of New York City, the state's supreme court has ...

"....During the fraudulent 2009 Iranian presidential elections, the regime used foreign technology and equipment from corporations such as MTN, Nokia Siemens Networks, Ericsson, Huawei, Honda, and Nissan to restrict and monitor internet and cellphone communication, and to physically terrorize and kill civilians....."   Business Wire

Good News...   People might have figures out HOW to stop the NISSAN Taxis of Terror....
Through the judicial "back door" .....

NISSAN might NOT be making the Maxima any more BUT there selling a LOT of other models.....

Even IRAQ has stopped doing business with IRAN... 

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslams company Pilot Flying J is STILL doing business with IRAN via Evonik.

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam is a BIG supporter of NISSAN and NISSAN gets LOTS of ECD money (50-100 times MORE than other corporations in Tennessee... Why? )

Haslam Family Business FBI & IRS Raid Commentary: Jimmy ...

Apr 29, 2013 – Jimmy Haslam's Company Pilot Flying J Linked to CVC Capital Partners and Evonik - Evonik USED to Be Dugussa & They're The German ...

Monday, January 2, 2012

NISSAN is Almost 4 Billion in IDB Bond Debt (Has Never Made A 

Payment) Then Takes Out New 35.7 Million Dollar IDB Bond in 

December 2011. NISSAN Figured Out How to Use an IDB Bond As 

Collateral For DOE Loan of 1.4 Billion: The Mainstream Media in 

TN Gannett Does NOT Report Story....WHY?

$3.95 billion in bonds on which Nissans owes the IDB.
NISSAN used an IDB loan as COLLATERAL for DOE Loan…..In Decembere 2011 NISSAN asked for an 
additional 35,700,000 in IDB Bond debt. The Tennessean NEVER Reported it: 

To: sharynbovat (from a DNJ reporter)
Sent: Thu, Oct 27, 2011 10:52 am
Subject: Re: question

This story is about the $3.95 billion in bonds on which Nissans owes the IDB.
I'd have to get the contract for the 2008 bonds and look at it. 
The $1.6 billion is a loan from the feds, and I'm not sure how they're paying it. 
That might be another story.

Japan/USA:Nissan to restructure IDB abatement in wake of electric cars loan 

Nissan will restructure a land-lease and tax-abatement agreement with the Rutherford County Industrial Board 
to account for its expansion to build electric cars and batteries at the Smyrna factory, company representatives 
told the IDB Wednesday morning.

The auto manufacturer’s tax abatement agreement for 884 acres runs through 2022. A new contract will 
re-examine the ending date and acknowledge that the lease agreement will serve as collateral for a $1.6 billion 
loan from the U.S. Department of Energy, Nissan consulting attorney Tom Sherrard said. “We definitely want to 
talk about it in more detail,” Sherrard said. He appeared before the board with three Nissan representatives who 
work at the company’s North American headquarters in Franklin.