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Interest of• Attempted Coup of the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire
• Daphne Caruana Galizia
• Michael Gillard
• Charmian Gooch
• Susan Hawley
• Integrity Initiatives International
• International Centre for Parliamentary Studies
• Robert Klitgaard
• Viktoria Marinova
• Rob McCusker
• Andrei Nekrasov
• Pieter Omtzigt
• Project Veritas
• Transparency International
• WeAreChange
• WhoWhatWhy
• World in Action
• Eric Zuesse

Not to be confused with "anti-corruption".[1]

Gerald James noted that "secrecy is the road to corruption and the two are never far apart."[2]



Page nameDescription
Attempted Coup of the Libertarian Party of New HampshireAn event in June 2021.
Bilderberg/EffectA sudden career advancement, such as might happen to a deep state functionary who attends a Bilderberg meeting
Bofors AffairA collective name for two deals in which the Swedish arms manufacturer Bofors was involved in, including smuggling and bribes.
Conflict of interestWhere does loyalty lie? Corruption thrives when there is a conflict of interest.
Elite devianceCriminality done by the rich and powerful.
Public-Private PartnershipAn economic concept invented to loot public assets.
US/2020 Presidential election/Iowa DNC CaucusesMore proof that voting is a rigged joke. If elections were effective they'd make them illegal.
White-collar crimeCrimes by well educated people, often with high social status.


Related Quotations

Accountability“Accountability remains something that is assumed in the United States as well as the nations of the European Union. In Japan it is not. Accountability, everyone will agree, is good and necessary for democratic transparency and related platitudes. But there is a less immediately obvious but an actual primary reason why you want structures enforcing it in a political system. Its less visible function is that it protects powerholders against madness. When officials and politicians are held to account they are not only kept on their toes, but they themselves are forcefully reminded of what precisely it is that they are doing. If they do not accustom themselves to making a convincing case for their policies to outsiders, they tend to lose the habit of explaining it all to themselves.”Karel van Wolferen4 April 2017
John le CarréBig Pharma is also engaged in the deliberate seduction of the medical profession, country by country, worldwide. It is spending a fortune on influencing, hiring and purchasing academic judgement to a point where, in a few years' time, if Big Pharma continues unchecked on its present happy path, unbought medical opinion will be hard to find.”John le Carré
John Hnatio“Do not believe for one minute the FBI’s pretty little webpage declaring what a good job they are doing in fighting government corruption. In my job, I have been reporting U.S. government criminal conduct against small businesses to the FBI for many years. In every case, the FBI has simply turned a blind eye to the corruption whenever it involves another federal agency. The harsh political reality of the matter is that investigating corruption in the government has fallen to last place on the list of the FBI’s priorities.”John Hnatio2016
Law“Laws are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through.”Jonathan Swift1709


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Censorship and Freedom of Speechblog post1 October 2008Craig Murray
Document:Shell Game, A Whistleblowing Report to the United States CongressreportScott BennettA report to congress
Document:Stench of Corruptionarticle5 August 2014William EngdahlBrief introduction to a story of deep in-your-face corruption involving the US Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky and the shale gas deposits of Eastern Ukraine
File:WikiLeaks-Australian-suppression-order.pdflegal document19 June 2014Australia Supreme CourtAustralian Supreme Court secret super-injunction preventing the publication of information about a corruption case involving 17 named individuals including senior Malaysian, Indonesian, Vietnamese politicians and Reserve Bank of Australia directors

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