Authorities without Conscience in an Age of Corruption

Aug 24, 2020
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Charmian Gooch is a British anti-corruption campaigner and co-founder of Global Witness, where she works to expose and stop corruption involving the exploitation of natural resources in the developing world by international corporations, and by local politicians for personal gain. In this presentation, she provides shocking examples of how deeply entrenched this practice has become and how high the corruption goes within all governments including those that speak eloquently against corruption. 2013 Jul 8 – Source: TED

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2 Comments

  1. Trueblood

    Do “We the people” as known and understood by the preamble to the Constitution still exist? I think not.

  2. Trueblood

    Did the Congress have the authority to create their own Federal citizen? Was the fourteenth amendment properly ratified? Which came first; the citizen or the constituted Federal government?

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