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Latest Op-Ed by George and John Prendergast for The Economist 11/22/2016

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Latest Op-Ed by George and John Prendergast for The Economist 11/22/2016

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Re: Latest Op-Ed by George and John Prendergast for The Economist 11/22/2016

Post by party animal - not! on Wed 23 Nov 2016, 11:40

Thanks, Donnamarie.

Tragic that the wall of silence (apart from the outrageous statement put out by Kir and Machur just after the report's publication) means they can continue seemingly with impunity.

Let us hope the banks are acting behind the scenes............

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Re: Latest Op-Ed by George and John Prendergast for The Economist 11/22/2016

Post by What Would He Say on Wed 23 Nov 2016, 12:32

Article; wrote:The world must undermine the pillars of the war economy and disrupt the financial flows that fuel conflict. Western taxpayers and charitable donors have contributed billions of dollars for peacekeeping and humanit­arian aid, but policymakers have rarely focused on the key driver of the carnage. Unless the links between conflict and corruption are confronted, peace will remain a distant dream.









Now that would take a New World Order.....Isn't that what the common man has been voting/longing/looking for?.....Blindly....
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