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Paradise Papers: Massive New Leak Exposes Tax-Haven Secrets, Links Wilbur Ross To Russia

One year after the Panama Papers revealed billions in assets are held in offshore "tax haven" accounts by some of the world's most powerful and wealthy individuals, on Sunday a huge new leak of financial documents disclosed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) – a global network that won the Pulitzer Prize this […]

Massive Car Bomb Kills Journalist Who Exposed Panama Papers Elite: “A Political Murder Took Place Today”

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Car-Bomb Kills “One-Woman WikiLeaks” Who Led The Panama Papers Revelations Meet Daphne Caruana Galizia, the journalist who led the Panama Papers investigation into corruption in Malta. A blogger whose posts often attracted more readers than the combined circulation of the country’s newspapers, Caruana Galizia […]

Car-Bomb Kills “One-Woman WikiLeaks” Who Led The Panama Papers Revelations

Meet Daphne Caruana Galizia, the journalist who led the Panama Papers investigation into corruption in Malta. A blogger whose posts often attracted more readers than the combined circulation of the country’s newspapers, Caruana Galizia was recently described by Politico as a “one-woman WikiLeaks”. To John Dalli, a former European commissioner whom she helped bring down […]

Why an offshore bank may be safer

sovereignman.com / Simon Black / June 2, 2016 “Offshore”. It’s practically a dirty word now. The O-word. The mere concept of “offshore” is automatically associated with criminal activity, tax evasion, and terror financing. Consider the notion of offshore banking. The immediate image that comes to mind is some moustache-twirling billionaire tax cheat hiding his ill-gotten gains in a […]

Governments Are Tightening the Noose on Tax Evasion

financialsense.com / GLOBAL RISK INSIGHTS / 05/17/2016 Hiding funds through unreported accounts, shell companies, transfer pricing, corporate inversions and other practices presents a high cost to national treasuries. Governments are now taking steps to combat the problem. A recent estimate put the figure at a staggering $7.5 trillion deposited in offshore tax havens. Of this total, roughly 80% […]

Hillary & The Panama Papers

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / May 10, 2016 There is little doubt that Hillary is one step away from people implicated in the Panama Papers exactly as was Putin. The question has been; why has the press not put Hillary on the headlines? I think we all know the answer to that; they have already crowned […]

Panama Paper Names to be Partially Released Today?

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / May 9, 2016 The ICIJ has said they will release today names of people involved in the Panama Papers. They say they will be withholding the actual documents which include everything from copies of people’s passports to telephone numbers, Mossack Fonseca’s internal emails and, in some cases, financial records, material that will not […]

ANATOMY OF A JUBILEE PSYOP: HOW ELITES JUSTIFY GLOBAL TAXATION

dollarvigilante.com / JEFF BERWICK / APRIL 14, 2016 In this article I will explain how the Panama Papers leak, an appearance by Alan Greenspan on national television and a Spring Meeting (of the IMF and World Bank down in Washington DC) create an argument for global taxation. It’s not something I intended to write about, but the pieces […]

Panama Papers – Who Instigated the Leak? USA or Russia?

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Apr 10, 2016 The US think tank Brookings Institution is claiming that Russia had released the Panama Papers in order to destabilize the West. Wikileaks claimed the exact opposite that the publications have been launched by the United States. Our sources put the blame on neither. Indeed, it is starting to emerge […]

PONZI’S WORLD: 7 Countries Most Vulnerable To A Debt Crisis

21stcenturywire.com / Forbes / APRIL 9, 2016 21st Century Wire says… Ask any banker, and they will tell you, “It’s all fine. The markets have never been more robust.” Yes, these are the famous last words before every major market implosion.  The big question seems to be “when”, and no longer “if”. Even mainstream experts now commonly admit […]