Fraud

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Deliberate deception to secure unfair gain.

 

Examples

Page nameDatePerpetratorsDescription
"Debt crisis"Debt crisis/Perpetrators
"Economic crisis"Economic crisis/PerpetratorsEconomic crises are pretty regular events, and are depicted as quasi-natural phenomena such as earthquakes of floods, as if everyone loses as a result of such phenomena. However, real wealth is not destroyed, but is transferred from the financially poor to the financially rich.
"Peace dividend"
"War on Drugs"War on Drugs/Perpetrators
9-11/Israel did it/Israeli art scam
Al-Yamamah arms dealAl-Yamamah arms deal/PerpetratorsA complex series of multi billion dollar arms for oil deals set up under the government of Margaret Thatcher, involving a bunch of deep state arms dealers, and her son - who earned £12 million. Fines levied have been in the hundreds of millions, while kickbacks amount to billions.
Bribery
Counterfeiting money
Cover
Cover-up
Destruction of evidence
Election/Fraud
Eyewash
Financial fraud
Forgery
Great Oil Sniffer HoaxGreat Oil Sniffer Hoax/PerpetratorsA fraudulent scheme purporting to be able to detect oil by a new technology. Details remain rather obscure.
Honey trap
Learned helplessness
Mortgage fraud
Nugan Hand Bank
Office of International Treasury Control
Official opposition narrative
Parallel Construction
Pergau Dam affairPergau Dam affair/PerpetratorsA "fateful arms-for-aid deal" signed off at the highest level.
Propaganda
Real estate fraud
Saudi Arabia/Visa fraudSaudi Arabia/Visa fraud/Perpetrators
Selective enforcement
Sheep dipping

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthor
MLK“He who lives with untruth lives in spiritual slavery. Freedom is still the bonus we receive for knowing the truth.”MLK

 

Convicted of Fraud

PersonBornNationalitySummaryDescription
Willem Matser1952NetherlandsSpook
Fraudster
Deep state functionary
Forgery
Businessperson
Third rail topic
Willem Matser was a NATO official close to Lord Robertson, NATO’s 10th Secretary General, who was charged with various offences in connection with a $200m drug related money laundering operation between Colombia and Romania.


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