Bernie Sanders Could Replace President Trump With Little Known Loophole | The Huffington Post StAR - Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative - The Puppet Masters: How the Corrupt Use Legal Structures to Hide Stolen Assets and What to Do About It Billions in corrupt assets, complex money trails, shell companies and other spurious legal structures. These form the complex web of subterfuge in corruption cases, behind which hides the Puppet Master and beneficiary of it all. Linking the beneficial owner to the proceeds of corruption is difficult. With sizable wealth and resources, the corrupt stay ahead of the game by exploiting transnational constructions that are hard to penetrate. Indeed, nearly all cases of grand corruption have one thing in common. They rely on corporate vehicles- legal structures such as companies, foundations and trusts - to conceal ownership and control of tainted assets. The Puppet Masters takes corporate vehicles as its angle of investigation.
tree.pdf (application/pdf Object) Why Does The Mainstream Media Ignore The Bilderberg Group? By: The American Dream Date: 2012-05-30 Over the next several days, more than a hundred of the most powerful people on the planet will attend a secret conference at a hotel in Chantilly, Virgina. Some of the biggest names in politics and business will be there. The hotel is going to be completely locked down and will be swarmed by hordes of security guards carrying machine guns. Decisions made at this conference will affect the lives of every man, woman and child on the planet. The Bilderberg Group is much more than just a social club. Bill Clinton, George H.W. Isn't that enough star power to get the attention of the mainstream media? A complete list of the "official attendees" of the Bilderberg Group from last year can be found right here. But apparently there is so much else going on in the world that there isn't any room to cover the Bilderberg Group. Then again, perhaps not. George H.W.
How Teens In The Balkans Are Duping Trump Supporters With Fake News - BuzzFeed News New World War: Home Page Globalization and Autonomy Welcome to the Globalization and Autonomy Online Compendium, a collective publication by the team of leading Canadian and international scholars who are part of the SSHRCC Major Collaborative Research Initiative on Globalization and Autonomy. Using the Compendium, the team is making the results of their research available to a wide public audience. Team members have prepared a glossary of hundreds of short articles on relevant persons, places, organizations, events and key concepts and compiled an extensive searchable bibliographical database. They have written short summaries of their research that will be published in academic form in the 10-volume UBC Press "Globalization and Autonomy Series: Dialectical Relationships Shaping the Contemporary World." Finally, the Compendium contains position papers and peer-reviewed research articles on globalization and autonomy issues. Learn more about the Project New to Globalization & Autonomy? Glossary Research Papers Samir Saul | 23 December 2005
Bilderberg 2012 EXPOSED! Globalist Attendees Identified Arriving at Westfield Marriot : How to spot a fake Facebook page during a breaking news situation This is fake. Screenshot/Facebook. When the gunman of a mass shooting is named, the Internet rushes to find that person’s digital footprint. On Sunday, those looking for Baton Rouge gunman Gavin Long’s Facebook profile instead found — and by the hundreds, shared — a badly faked account. The Facebook page for “Gavin Long” had a grand total of three Facebook posts, two of which were edited to make it appear as though they were posted months ago. [The latest on the Baton Rouge shooting] One post, backdated to appear as if it had been written on July 9, read, “cops hunt us on the daily smh. evil scum,” and linked to a Daily Beast story about Alton Sterling, who was fatally shot by Baton Rouge police. Although it may appear as though the nearly viral post was created earlier this month, Facebook tells you when someone has backdated a post. (Screen shot from Facebook) Other reasons the profile is an obvious fake? (Screen shot from Facebook) lifestyle the-intersect true Intersect newsletter
Middle East Water CHAPTER XX: Middle East Water The Geopolitics of Middle Eastern Water The squabbles between States in Western North America, and between water authorities, seem small-scale compared to the the struggles between nations for control of water resources. Sometimes the fate of a nation has depended on secure control of its water supply. The most important resource in the Middle East may be water, not oil. Controlling the Euphrates. But since it rises and has a long upper course in the mountains of Anatolia, the control of its upper reaches has become a question of great strategic importance in the region. Southern Iraq has been ruined by millenia of poorly engineered irrigation. In 1992, Iraq began building the "Third River," a giant canal 550 km long from near Baghdad, toward the delta near Basra. By 1969 Iraq was using about 45% of the Euphrates water it received across the Syrian border, and now the percentage is greater still. The Nile and the Aswan Dam
Police have no responsibility to protect individuals (reference) Skip to comments. Police have no responsibility to protect individuals (reference) Public Rights ^ | 2005 | compiled by Neal Seaman Posted on Tue Feb 26 12:14:25 2008 by NewJerseyJoe TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; Government; News/Current EventsKEYWORDS: banglist; brittanyzimmerman; dial911anddie; police; rkba; ussc The website (PublicRights.org) is no longer updated, but this page is still listed there. To: NewJerseyJoe It’s true. The police cannot protect every citizen. and it’s not their job, anyway. They find the bad guy and get him before he hurts someone else. We’re each responsible for our own safety. Sorry. To: Santiago de la Vega How many times and how many ways can this be stated. 3 posted on Tue Feb 26 12:26:02 2008 by Steamburg (Your wallet speaks the only language most politicians understand.) Remember, when every second counts, the police are only minutes away. 4 posted on Tue Feb 26 12:29:38 2008 by NurdlyPeon (New tag line in progress.) Great. To: NurdlyPeon 1.