Brian Bonar is a successful finance executive. Mr. Bonar attained his Technical Engineering Bachelor’s Degree from James Watt Technical College while his Mechanical Engineering Masters Degree from Stafford University and graduated with a doctorate from Staffordshire University. He is the President and Chairman and chief executive officer and also the secretary at Trucept.

He is a leader of several other businesses such as President and Chief Executive Officer at Smart-Tek Automated Services and Co-President at Allegiant Professional Business Services as well as chairperson and chief executive officer at The Amanda Corporation and chair and chief executive officer at Dalrada Financial Corp.

Dr. Brian Bonar has also worked with different other organization such as American Management Services LLC and he was the Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Warning Management Services and also the chairperson and chief executive officer of Solvis Group as well as Vice President-Worldwide Sales and Marketing of Bezier Systems and also the Manager-Worldwide Sales of Adaptec. He was among the board members at the Alliance National Insurance Agency as well as Boys and Girls Clubs of San Diego.

IBM hired Mr. Brian Bonar as a procurement leader. Later he joined QMS as the Director of Engineering where he managed over 100 employees. Mr. Boner started his business called Bezier Systems after gaining experience in his field. His specialties consist of purchase and mergers.

His passion for design process motivates his style as a principal for MG2. Mr. Brian Bonar brings his experience in building design and land use approvals as well as design development and procurement and also contract administration so that it can guide project investors through complex procedures.

Brian Bonar is recognized as a leader who is motivated to accomplish the objectives not only for his customers and team members but also for his project partners. Mr. Bonars’ expertise has produced an outcome that provides great projects and productive client relationships with a multiple executed project like commercial and retail as well as multi-family housing and aviation and also K-12 education projects among others.

He moved his stylish design to San Diego County where Mr. Bonars built a mini-empire restaurant. His goal was to turn the 144-acre grassy property into a fascinating place with a signature restaurant. He accomplished this by constructing Bellamy restaurant.

Mr. Bonars hired qualified and experienced staffs. Bellamy’s Restaurant delivers California Modern Cuisine with French inspirations.

The restaurant serves delicious food in San Diego. Bellamy has the quality delicacies accompanied with ideal service.

Hippeas: Symbiotic Sustainability in Snacking

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Carolyn Chinn, merchandising lead for Starbucks Retail Branded Partnerships, has to fill her stores with snacks that everyone can enjoy. And these days that is difficult to do because you must cater to vegans and vegetarians, people who do not eat gluten, Kosher consumers and those conscious consumers who will only eat organic and sustainable sourced food. That’s nearly impossible to pull off with the name brands of chips, pretzels and cheese puffs. But there is an upstart out there that packs a delicious punch while satisfying even the most picky of consumers. These snacks are called Hippeas.

Hippeas have become a reality because of Green Park Holdings CEO Livio Bisterzo. The Italian entrepreneur now lives in Los Angeles, but he has a brilliant history in the business world. He’s taken such brands as Kyoku and Little Miracles to markets all over the world and now he aims to make Hippeas a dominant snack on the global market as well.

He starts with the chickpea, a legume that is nutrient-packed with protein and fiber; great for the body. His company then turns those beautiful little veggies into a crispy snack shaped something like a cheese puff. Then they dust those nutritious nuggets with a wide variety of flavors like vegan white cheddar, far out fajita, happenin’ hickroy, maple haze, pepper power and sriracha sunshine. The texture and mouth feel of these snacks is better than name brand competitors and the chickpea delivers three grams of fiber and four grams of protein in every serving.

Hippeas chose the chickpea because of its abundant goodness for mother earth. The plant has a symbiotic relationship with the soil, returning the key nutrient nitrogen to the ground as a byproduct of growth. Nitrogen is one of three leading indicators for soil fertility.

Livio Bisterzo is not only taking care of his consumers and the soil, he takes care of his producers through an organization called Farm Africa. Farm Africa teaches chickpea farmers in Eastern Africa more efficient, sustainable techniques while helping to streamline their businesses.

This revolutionary way of producing snacks puts Hippeas into position to dominate the snack market. It’s why the tasty snacks are sold in Starbucks all over the world.

George Soros Did Not Fund Black Lives Matter

Ken Zimmerman, the director of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, has publicly refuted the rumor that his employer personally funded and organized the Black Lives Matter movement to the tune of $33 million. This rumor first started with right-wing conspiracy theorists. The rumor has gained steam though and even appeared on more mainline right-wing news broadcasts like the O’Reilly Factor on FOX News.

The Black Lives Matter movement first came to national prominence last year when protestors interrupted speeches by presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Jeb Bush. Right-wingers have theorized that liberal billionaire activists, George Soros, has had a huge part in funding the Black Lives Matter movement as a method to get Hillary Clinton elected. Soros has been known to help Clinton in her fundraising efforts in her run for the presidency.

Kelly Riddell wrote a piece for the Washington Post claiming that George Soros gave exactly $33 million to the Black Lives Matter movement through different left-wing organizations and charities. It is her belief that Soros used his Open Society Foundations to give money to the three women that started the Black Lives Matter movement as a way to rile up activists and push his liberal agenda. They have even theorized that the Republican National Convention may be a huge target for the Soros-funded activists and they spread their cause.

Zimmerman and other Soros defenders claim that this can’t be true. This is because the Black Lives Matter is far too grassroots to be funded in that manner. It is more of a way of thought that an organized group of protestors at It would be impossible to get the money to all the different people that are involved in the protests and online efforts to spread the message of their cause. There is no centralized leadership for the organization. That is part of what makes it so effective.

George Soros’ Open Society Foundations did give away $33 million last year to left-wing charitable organizations as part of the $823 million they gave away in charitable donations last year. Zimmerman explained that 1/8th of that number went to just the war on drugs so it was impossible for that amount to be used to fund the Black Lives Matter movement. All of this information points to Soros not giving money to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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