was wondering what is level of corruption in ur country..
probably just as bad as in any other country, we have politicians too ya know? and preachers galore
...and the only answer is to EXpose EXpose EXpose them all!
I truly believe there is no such thing as a government that is not corrupt. There is always corruption, some have it worse than others. I live in the USA, I do think there is some corruption, such as corporations, in a sense, ruling the government due to *contributions* being given while the person(s) is running for office.
Corporations will do whatever the laws allow them to do.. then bend those further until they get caught.
But the real corruption goes unseen.
Real corruption is done by those who control the money supply. Manipulating currency and inflation/deflation allows a select group of private bankers to do anything they want including printing money from nothing. This is the "invisible government". They control who is put into office.
There is nearly complete ignorance of the Federal Reserve. They operate with complete autonomy. When someone tries to expose them they beat them down through their control of media outlets and by simply paying them off. Then storm passes... new "puppets" are put into place.
Do you ever turn on the local news and see stories of the trillions of dollars the Federal Reserve shifts in and out of the country?
Americans are stupid people because they continue to look at symptoms and not the disease.
When you let Private Bankers control the value of your currency you get what we have... a financial mess. People are slaves to debt. Governments continue to borrow and spend and expect the people to pay it back. But the people can not pay it back.
GM announced they are repaying loans... and the controlled Media made it sound like everything is all better. They still owe over $45 Billion. They lost over $3 Billion in the last quarter of 2009. The Government gave GMAC (GM Finance) almost $20 billion which is going largely ignored by the mainstream media.
GM says they will issue stock to pay back the $45 Billion. They probably won't ever pay back the $20 Billion to GMAC. And who is going to by $45 Billion of Stock in a company that essentially has no assets and is owned by the Government?
More Government/Banker Propaganda.
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