When are the Canadians exposed in the Panama Papers getting arrested and charged?
Yeah, I remember. The rich get away with everything because the rich own and control governments around the world.
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You forgot to mention that the leaders of the world are mind-controller by the Scoprion King.MusicBox wrote: ↑Feb 16th, 2019 9:05 amI love how stupid the entire population is, they think police are to protect us. Police was created to protect the rich. If you are charged with something, if you have money you'll dodge the bullet, if you don't you go to jail. Same goes with cheating on income taxes. Go and make noise to get people jailed for the Panama papers and see how fast you will die in an "accident" or a "drug overdose".
Trudeua and U.S. presidents are NOT real leaders, they are puppets of a big rich organization that puts whoever they want in power. All candidates are pre-selected, so whoever you vote for will always be pro-rich and generally have the same sinister agendas, keep Iran under boycott, protect their bosses in Wall Street , ect,ect.
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And the illegal parts really only recently became illegal, at least in an enforcement sense. A decade ago, many banks were very openly helping clients with what we would now consider to be dirty business. People don't understand how deeply it's ingrained in the culture of (especially) private banking. You get people with 25+ year careers in that industry, many of them simply won't be able to grasp the mindset that you can't do this anymore. Forget obstructing the authorities, in many cases they obstruct their own compliance departments - and the 'business' usually wins those arguments. If you're wealthy enough, you can buy a service that prevents your own bank's back office from being able to identify the extent of your entire portfolio, and that's just something you can order off a menu.
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I think The Toronto Star/CBC over-hyped the Panama Papers story when they first reported it. There were tons of innuendo in their reports, but very few facts that actual crimes had been committed. I noticed that other, more reputable news agencies refrained from getting deeply involved in The Panama Papers - perhaps they realized that nothing would come of it?