Worldwide corruption is only created by greedy business entities and NGO’s that bribe and extort governments employees in exchange for certain permits others wouldn’t possibly obtain.
The so-called corruption is the highest in Africa for being the richest continent on planet Earth, offering all kinds of minerals, like oil ,uranium, gold, iron ore and diamonds.
The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) is an index published annually by Transparency International since 1995 which ranks countries “by their perceived levels of public sector corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion surveys.
Denmark, New Zealand and Finland are perceived as the least corrupt nations in the world, ranking consistently high among international financial transparency, while the most perceived corrupt country in the world is Somalia.
Somalia lies at the most important (oil) shipping lanes in the world. The ones controlling this piece of real estate, are the ones that are supposed to control the very lucrative flows of oil to the developed world. The ones that control the high seas rules the world.
Excavation and mining permits for gold, oil and diamonds in Africa are all granted to the same Zionist entities that create poverty among the populations of those countries. But our western style media propaganda machine tells us otherwise.
Western countries create jobs and development, but corrupted authorities steal all the money causing extreme poverty. Freedom, autonomy and democracy are the tools in the vocabulary to fool the tax paying crowds all over the world.
Public corruption, the FBI’s top criminal investigative priority, poses a fundamental threat to national security and way of life in every nation.
It can affect everything from how well our borders are secured and our neighborhoods protected to how verdicts are handed down in courts to how public infrastructure such as roads and schools are built.
It also takes a significant toll on the public’s pocketbooks by siphoning off tax dollars—it is estimated that corporate corruption costs government and the public billions of dollars each year.
The FBI is uniquely situated to combat corruption, with the skills and capabilities to run complex undercover operations and surveillance. But in the end, the ones that control these entities also the ones that profit form bribery and extortion.
Afghanistan’s nickname is “the graveyard of empires,” and for good reason. The country has been loosely held together by a central puppet government that largely lacks power, and has been carved up by numerous local tribal leaders and warlords.
The country’s now-former president Hamid Karzai was notoriously corrupt — he’s been recently busted for taking bagfuls of money from the American military, among other things. Afghanistan is also home to an 96% of the world’s heroin production, which has brought lots of wealth to Western world.
Somalia may just be the most unstable country on the entire planet. The country has become infamous in the media for piracy, and the Black Hawk Down incident.
ABC Flash Point Corporate News 2020.