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How much of a "big fish" is P. Chidambaram?

The Income Tax’s Chennai Investigation Unit’s report having more than 200 pages about former Finance Minister P Chidambaram’s family and especially son Karti and his companies huge assets in more than 14 countries are now out in the public domain. Recently some portion of this sensitive report was exposed in public by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy in a press conference. Many media houses whose owners are friendly and in collusion with Chidambaram tried to black out the news.In the interest of public, we are producing the entire data of assets and bank accounts found in the joint raid of Income Tax and Enforcement Directorate.21 foreign bank accounts by Karti and his companies in Metro Bank in UK, 4 accounts in OCBC in Singapore in the name of Advantage Strategic Consulting Pte Ltd, the controversial company caught in kickbacks in Aircel-Maxis scam, 2 banks in Spain namely Sabadell Atlantico, La Caxia Bank, HSBC UK, Barclays Bank in Monaco, Marseille BNP Paribas in France, UBS in Switzerland etc.The Income Tax which seized hard disks from Karti’s companies found that P Chidambaram, wife Nalini Chidambaram, son Karti and his wife Srinidhi jointly purchased a property and a big palatial house in Cambridge in UK. As per the Income tax seized documents, the property bought by Chidambaram and family is: 5, Holben Close, Cambridge, CB237AQ. This huge property and home was purchased from Edmund Suley Holt and Heather Holt and the money was transacted from Karti’s personal account in London’s Metro Bank account number: 16714313. Chidambaram never declared this property in any of his mandatory affidavits as Member of Parliament (MP) or Minister. Chidambaram in his affidavit to Rajya Sabha in May 2016 declared only 1/3rd portion of the property as wife Nalini’s property. He also under-invoiced the value of this property of his wife’s share at just Rs.1.55 crores, while UK’s real estate websites estimate this property in Cambridge to be worth more than Rs.85 crores.Karti’s Advantage Strategic Consulting Private Limited ‘s Singapore company’s bank accounts to buy properties in UK like purchase of 88 acres farm house known as Surridge Farm in Somerset, UK. The land value shown in the registry is one million pounds.Another property in Cambridge is at Ceres, 29, Meade House at Cambridge.Chidambaram’s son Karti has built a massive empire in different parts of the world by making investments in real estate and engaging in other business activities in London, Dubai, South Africa, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, British Virgin Island, France, USA, Switzerland, Greece and Spain. Most of the purchases happened during the period 2006 to 2014 when Chidambaram was Finance Minister and Home Minister. The probe agencies estimate these assets across the world are expected to be more than Three Billion Dollars.Karti’s Singapore-based firm had acquired majority shares of a big resort in Sri Lanka, known as Lanka Fortune Residencies. This company owns the prestigious resorts ‘The Waterfront’, ‘Weligama Bay Resort’ and Emerald Bay Hotel.Karti’s Singapore firm routed money via Dubai to acquire three farms and vineyards in South Africa, identified as Rowey Farm in Grabouw, Cape Orchards and Vineyards Private Limited, and Zandvliet Enterprises, a wine and stud farm in Ashton.The Dubai-based Desert Dunes Properties Ltd has also investment in Karti’s Singapore-based company Advantage. The probes have unearthed a money trail of 1.7 million Singapore Dollars between these firms. Another Dubai-based company, Pearl Dubai FX LLC, also had financial transaction with Advantage. This shows that Karti linked firms have offices and assets in UAE also.The Advantage’s Ceres, 29, Meade House had entered into joint ventures with the Philippines-based companies to obtain a franchise team of International Premier Tennis League (Asia). The Philippine firms, which were engaged in joint ventures with the Karti-controlled company, are SM Arena Complex Corporation, Sports Entertainment Events Management Inc.The Advantage had also had financial transactions with another real estate company in Singapore known as Real Beyond Pte. Ltd. having three subsidiaries in Malaysia. The investigation has unearthed that these transactions led to 16 land purchases in Thailand.The Advantage’s Singapore unit has set up a firm in British Virgin Island (BVI), namely Somerset Surridge Ltd. Advantage also invested 400,000 Singapore dollars in another BVI firm known as Full Innovations Ltd. It also has financial dealing with Geben Trading Limited in BVI and offices in Switzerland. This firm’s major transactions were through the famous Swiss Bank, namely UBS. The investigators got proofs of transactions in Dollars and Euro. The Advantage also has transaction of five million Singapore dollars with another firm in Singapore, namely Unison Global Investment Ltd.The Karti-controlled company in Singapore entered into joint ventures with Gravitas Investments, Match Point International Tennis Events to buy a franchise Tennis team called ‘Manila Mavericks’. This deal was worth of 12 million US dollars and the money was paid in 10 installments.Karti’s Singapore company also acquired a residential flat in Malaysia worth 1.9 million Malaysian Ringgits from a firm called Peninsular Smart. The probe team also found some agreement papers which shows that the Advantage holds franchisees of Café’ Coffee Day in some locations in Malaysia. The investigators have found several transactions to Karti’s Singapore firm with Malaysian companies. Malaysia is the head quarters of telecom giant Maxis which acquired Aircel in 2006. The IT and ED officers seized payment details amounting to more than Rs.30 crore in foreign currencies.The Advantage in Singapore also opened a subsidiary firm in Barcelona in Spain known as Advantage Estrategia Esportiva SLU in August 2012. This is a sports academy having four acres with seven tennis courts in Spain.Karti-linked Singapore firm has also one million US dollar investment in a company in France known as Pampelonn Organisation. The Advantage also has transactions with a Greek firm known as Pisani John Sakellarios in Athens.Karti’s firm Advantage Strategic Consulting Private Limited (ASCPL) had transactions with Aircel Televenutres, DCB Client, Diageo Scotland Limited, Katra Group, Sri Lanka Export Development Board, Unifi Wealth Management Ltd, VST Tillers Tractors, Carlton Trading Company, Claris Life Sciences’, ITC Centre, Best Land Realty Limited, Essar Steel Limited, Gokul Builders and Estates, S Kumar, INX Media, Reflections, Thiagarajar Mills Private Limited, Saksoft, EL Forge Limited.The Income Tax which seized hard disks from Karti’s companies also found that Karti used to get huge money as kickbacks in several Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) deals pending with father former Finance Minister P Chidambaram.On Sept 22, 2008, ASCPL received Rs.35 Lakh from INX Media (now known as News X TV Channel), which applied for FIPB clearance of 220 million dollar during the period. Same day another Rs.60 Lakh was paid from INX Media to Northstar Software Solutions Pvt Ltd. Major shares of this Northstar Software Solutions Pvt Ltd controlled by C B N Reddy, who is a Benami and Director of ASCPL and its Singapore subsidiary also. On Sept 24, 2008 another tranche of 20,000 Dollars were paid to ASCPL’s Singapore subsidiary by INX Media.On Sept 26, 2008, ASCPL had a money transaction of 50,000 dollars with Geben Trading Limited in Athens in Greece. This company’s address is 4 Zaf.Matsa Street, 14564 Athens, Greence and incorporated in British Virgin Islands (BVI). The money transactions of ASCPL also show to Geben Trading’s bank account in UBS, Geneva in Switzerland. The emails of banking transaction details were marked to Karti also and documents shows about a business takeover of healthcare and rehabilitation centers in Greece. All these transactions happened during the INX Media’s Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) approvals for 220 million dollar were pending with Karti’s father Finance Minister P Chidambaram. In short, the murder accused Peter and Indrani Mukherjea who sold their INX Media paid around 9 crores rupees to Karti linked firms for FIPB clearance.In August 2008, Karti’s Singapore company got 60 lakh shares in the media firm Network 18’s London based company Artevea Digital UK This deal happened when Network 18 applied for a series of FIPB clearances, when Chidambaram was the Finance Minister. This led to around 25 crores kickback for processing the FIPB clearance.The documents unearthed by Income Tax shows that ASCPL received money from many companies when their FDI investment files were with FIPB and Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) during Chidambaram’s tenure as Finance Minister. The companies which transferred money to Karti’s ASCPL are Claris Life Sciences, Diageo Scotland Limited which acquired fugitive Vijay Mallya’s UB Spirits, Katra Group, Arcelor Mittal linked Saksoft, Reflections belong to Spark Capital Advisory Private Limited. As per the Income Tax Analysis Report, all these deals involve around Rs. 500 crores kickback to Karti linked companies for necessary FIPB and CCEA clearances during Chidambaram’s period in Finance Ministry.The documents seized from the raid also show that ASCPL received money from Best Land Realty, when the company got a Rs.304 crore loan from Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) Banks.In a bizarre incident, the British company Diageo Scotland Limited which acquired fugitive Vijay Mallya’s UB Spirits even paid 15,000 dollars as Service Charges to Karti’s ASCPL for fixing appointments with then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Finance Minister Chidambaram. Diageo’s emails thank Karti for fixing appointment of company owner Lord Blyth with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Finance Minister Chidambaram. The thanking email also attached the 15,000 dollar pay out receipt as Service Charges for fixing appointments with PM and FM. This is a clear case of abuse of power initiating case under Prevention of Corruption Act.Another clear case of favoritism to son’s company by abusing power by Chidambaram is – In September 2006, Russia’s National Industrial Bank (Nazprom) appoints Karti’s ASCPL as Business Consultant for their Joint Venture with Indian Overseas Bank. The documents seized by Income Tax included ASCPL’s agreement with Russian Bank Nazprom and Nazprom’s series of communications with IOB including the meetings in Chennai. The emails show that in each transactions with the Russian bank and PSU IOB, Karti’s ASCPL minted money in the form of consultancy. The Russian Bank’s agreement says Karti’s ASCPL’s Singapore subsidiary will get 5% as commission with all transactions with Indian Overseas Bank, apart from the initial 25,000 dollar processing fee.This is a clear case of abuse of power by Finance Minister Chidambaram to get a cut for son Karti’s company for each money transfer between PSU Bank IOB and Russian Bank Nazprom.Karti’s ASCPL also received huge money from a South African company Nicholas Stynes Associates Limited. This South African company was engaged in providing security to IPL Cricket and the money transactions with Karti’s company happened when Chidambaram was Home Minister.The documents also show that ASCPL got huge money as commission from Allianze Securities for sale of NABARD Bonds when Chidambaram was Finance Minister.The money was paid to Finance Minister Chidambaram from Karti’s Meltrack Ltd in relation to sale of shares and selling of huge tract of land in Mysore to VST Tillers & Tractors Limited. The land was mortgaged to Union Bank of India. P Chidambaram was shown as unsecured creditor to Meltrack Limited.A very interesting thing in all Karti companies including ASCPL – there are five common Directors like C B N Reddy, Bhaskar Raman, Mohanan Rajesh, Ravi Viswanathan and V Padma. The Income Tax found that all these five persons have entered into a curious WILL that they owe all properties and assets to Karti or his daughter Aditi in consideration of respect and love to P Chidambaram! This shows that these five persons are nothing but Benamis of Karti and P Chidambaram.*This is arguably one of the largest catch of black money in India from A Politician’s Family.

What were the highlights of Mark Zuckerberg's testimony to Congress?

Overall, despite the awkward dance between Zuckerberg and a lot of people who didn’t understand technology, the testimony repeatedly brought to the surface an issue that will define how society functions for generations. At stake is what technology does for individual privacy in the modern world.The discussion touched many other issues, some avoided and some deliberately misread, but at its core there’s the issue of how much privacy someone using a service like Facebook can expect. The political discourse necessarily reduces the complexity of technology, algorithms, and legalities to cut to fundamental issuesFYI: I watched the full Senate testimony and am taking relevant additional questions on my profile: Ryan Borker. Still wading through the House Testimony.This interaction with Senator Durbin summed up the core issue for me.Senator Durbin:“Mr. Zuckerberg, would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?”Zuckerberg:“Ummm… uh, no.”Cue Laughter.Durbin:“If you messaged anybody this week, would you share with us the names of the people you’ve messaged?”Zuckerberg:“Senator, no I would probably not choose to do that publicly here”Durbin:“I think that maybe what this is all about. Your right to privacy. The limits of your right to privacy, and how much you give away in modern America, in the name of, quote, connecting people around the world.”WHAT PRICE DO WE PAY TO LIVE IN A CONNECTED WORLD?As you can see above, Mark Zuckerberg suggested he wouldn’t be comfortable sharing personal information in a congressional hearing with the general public. Why, then, should customers share their personal information to be targeted by advertisers? Why should they trust any company at all when that company (ie Facebook) doesn’t share when their data has been breached? What privacy should users expect and what ‘informed consent’ means for users?In addition to topical questions about Facebook’s role in the elections, these questions and concerns were at the center of Zuckerberg’s testimony.THE TENSION BETWEEN PROFIT AND PRIVACYSenators pointed out there’s a core tension in Facebook’s business model. One one side is Zuckerberg’s belief that Facebook should and does gives ‘users control over its data.’ On the other side is advertising as a business model, which is ‘best aligned with [Facebook’s] vision and mission’. That tension between advertiser’s wants and desires and the philosophical desire to have ‘total ownership’ of Facebook data.The ability to target ads has led to a lot of high profile bad things:Russians targeting voters based on racism and anti-Islamic sentiment.People targeting real estate to whites (which is illegal)etc.It’s clear from the questioning that Facebook has seen no adverse effects (to date) of the scandal. People aren’t deleting Facebook nor has usage dropped (according to testimony), but it’s clear that at least publicly, Zuckerberg takes the breach of user data seriously.BIGGEST TAKEAWAY: ‘BETTER ToS’In most instances, you know what you’re getting into when you use a product or service. If you buy a McDonald’s Hamburger, you’re not afraid that somehow after eating that hamburger, medical providers will sell you higher priced insurance, or that the hamburger will know the access code to your house and come rob you. Those are absurd examples, but for a McDonald’s Hamburger to a car to a refrigerator, you understand what you’re getting.Similarly with services: when you go on a roller coaster, you assume some risk and you sign a release. Similar with medical services. You might die, it is assumed, but it’s also highly unlikely that you’d wake up after a surgery with a new tattoo for Gatorade.The issue with Facebook is that while people may be generally aware that their data may be used for advertising, the extent of the data that Facebook collects, the amount and inferences they make, and your ability to control who sees that data isn’t clear to consumers in a way that violates U.S. Citizen’s fundamental right to privacy.One senator summarized: “What is the reasonable expectation of privacy? I don’t think most people are satisfied with the answer ‘Read the User Agreement.’” One senator even said “your user agreement sucks.”In short, if Facebook can infer your race, religion, sexual orientation, or other identifier that you don’t want to be public, perhaps you shouldn’t be able to target those people and see ads. Target famously got in trouble for sending ‘pregnancy’ flyers to families and unexpectedly revealing personal information.Most people don’t realize how this information can be used to target them, and Senators spent a lot of time on this issue:Zuckerberg conceded that most people don’t understand the ToS they are agreeing to; this came up multiple timesFor example, Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook cookies track browsing history even if you are logged out of Facebook“Your definition of ownership is you sign up, you agree to the terms of service, and you can delete your account if you’d like” - Sen Brian SanchezAlthough Zuck says we ‘own’ our data - there’s a question of what ownership actually means.“You make $40B / year on it - I get nothing - it feels like you own the data”But disproving a conspiracy theory “Facebook does not secretly record data from your phone”Zuckerberg mentioned that the data you download is ‘all the data Facebook has on you’ —but that’s a dangerous game to play, since the question of what is ‘data about you’ vs. data about your network and your preferences is a pretty subtle line.Most people don’t realize some of their data defaulted to ‘public’ - in particular some ‘old content’ from walls and other earlier features defaulted to being public for a certain period of time; many people still have to actively go into the privacy settings in their account and change this to private. While Facebook says ‘people have chosen’ to make their data public, Congress retorted that it is really disingenuous because most people haven’t ‘chosen’—they’ve just used the default settings they didn’t truly understand the implications of.FACEBOOK AND THE LAW:CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA SCANDALAt the center of the congressional inquiry is the fact that a rogue developer sold data about millions of users to multiple firms. Facebook knew about the data breach in 2015 - there was a decision made not to inform users. In addition, the data was sold to multiple players—not just Cambridge Analytica.Facebook’s response not to inform users should undermine trust in the platform. Zuckerberg said that there had been no other instances of unauthorized access to Facebook data.In addition:Facebook agreed to terms that enabled Cambridge Analytica to sell its data, in conflict with FTC regulations at the time. Zuckerberg did not review those terms between the vendor and Facebook.Facebook believes it is in compliance with the FTC Consent order; “The system worked as designed… I believed that people consented to it” - in short, people should have known that their data at the time could be used and given freely through the developer platformThis point is huge - the penalties for violating the consent order are significant, and adjudicated on a per user basis.ELECTION TAMPERING AND CIVIL RIGHTSSome of the senators talked about the election and foreign influence. It was revealed one of the main culprits ‘Internet Research Agency’ had spent $100K on Facebook.But more interesting were a few other tidbits. It’s extremely hard for Facebook to determine who are ‘bad actors’ within the community. There is the possibility of another witch hunt for ‘bad actors’ similar to the Communism scare in the mid-50s.Additionally:Facebook has been subpoenaed and is working with Mueller’s special counsel - though the capacity was unspecified.“We don’t have specific information on state actors (like Russia or China) who have abused and stolen Facebook User Data”, but they are investigating“It’s an arms race going on with malicious actors trying to interfere in elections around the world”Zuckerberg stated he was not aware of any times Facebook has provided user data to Russian State Agencies or Law Enforcement.FACEBOOK BEING PRO-REGULATION ON IMPORTANT ISSUESZuckerberg is pro-regulation in particular around individual privacy data -> In particular the Honest Ads actFacebook will require advertisers to have an actual person (or corporation) behind each ad. They’ll also allow users to see all ads from an individual advertiserHowever, this will not help with corporations (ie Nike) so you may not be able to solve the ‘Russia’ problem with thisMassey: Would you support ‘opt-in’ as the American standard? Zuck: ‘As a principal yes’Facebook is supporting independent research on ad abuse.Zuckerberg can’t define ‘hate speech’ - “It’s a really hard question. There are certain definitions we have around calling for violence…”For example, abortion is an issue that talks about ‘real psychological harm’ where people would want to have an open debate on the platform.FACEBOOK, INDIVIDUALS AND CIVIL SOCIETYThere was also a lot of discussion on how Facebook affects individuals, the civil discourse. Many senators used the interview to score political points on the left (Cory Booker) and the right (Ted Cruz). They took the time to castigate Zuckerberg for bad actions taking place on the platform. In addition there were many questions about whether Facebook overall was good for kids and society.FACEBOOK ON SOCIAL MEDIA CONSUMPTION“Do you worry about social media addiction?” - “At Facebook specifically, I view our responsibility as building services that are good for people and good for society.”When people are interacting with other people, Zuckerberg believes Social Media is good. He believes this is better than passively consuming content.“Since you founded Facebook, we’ve had this conversation over and over again. Public officials have to regulate.”Zuck is supportive of additional controls to prevent minors from becoming addicted and / or exploited.FACEBOOK AS A PLATFORM FOR POLITICAL SPEECHSome of the most interesting parts of these discussions talked about whether Facebook had a responsibility for the content on its platform, and the limits of ‘hate speech.’ Zuckerberg took flak for Facebook screening right-wing content and deprioritizing conservative content, as well as allowing racist advertisers to target whites-only for real estate.“I’m committed to Facebook being a platform for all ideas”, said Zuck, but refuses to specify whether he is a neutral forum or in service to free speech (which would have major implications)Zuckerberg is willing to open up Facebook to Civil Rights Groups for audits to prevent discriminatory practices in lending and real estate.AI is supposedly the ‘savior’ for bad content. In the future people don’t need to review every post: ‘AI’ will.“People don’t understand AI systems - we need to research to have explainable ways of sharing what AI does.”Facebook has a set of principals and AI ethics team - developing the right kind of technologyFACEBOOK AND “COMMUNITY RULES”This is probably the stickiest topic and one that received a bunch of coverage. It’s clear in plain language that Facebook shouldn’t be a place where people spreading hate messages, threats of violence or nudity would generally be accepted principles for screening content online.Zuckerberg talks about the Facebook community, but this is an extremely complex topic, as Reddit has found out. And while there are bright lines, it’s extremely hard to distinguish between speech and views that are psychologically painful and difficult for people with different views (eg religious views) and views that are ‘objectively’ hateful (ie threatening to kill people).Congresswoman Rodgers:And do you think Facebook adequately and clearly defines what these standards are for its users?Zuck:Congresswoman, yes, I feel like we have a very important responsibility to outline what the content policies are and the community standards are.But it’s extremely difficult to come to an agreement on what these policies are, and they will differ, as Facebook has found out, in China, America, and places with different views on freedom of expression.Ultimately, a community decides collectively (through all sorts of processes) what is good or bad for it. Facebook can’t uphold but a small fraction of speech that people will deem ‘good’ or ‘bad.’ Facebook promising to do this either suggests we’ll have rules people don’t agree with, or segregated filter bubbles.This is one of the areas that, frankly, I'm worried we're not doing a good enough job at right now, especially because, as an American-based company where about 90 percent of the people in our community are outside of the U.S., where there are different social norms and different cultures, it's not clear to me that our current situation of how we define community standards is going to be effective for articulating that around the world.And ultimately:It's -- it is -- it's nuanced, and what we try to -- we try to lay this out in our community standards, which are public documents, that we can make sure that you and your -- your office get to look through the definitions on this, but this is an area where I think society's sensibilities are also shifting quickly, and it's also very different and...FACEBOOK PROPAGATING RACISM AND SURVEILLANCE“We don’t proactively comply with ICE, but comply with all lawful law enforcement requests.”FACEBOOK THE COMPANYSome of the testimony discussed Facebook as a company: mainly how it acted and whether it was a monopoly. Boz’s memo was brought up a few times, as was the ‘move fast and break things’ culture. Overall, Zuck portrayed himself as a ‘kid in a dorm room’ where these issues weren’t important at first.FACEBOOK AS A MONOPOLYFacebook could not describe direct competitors to its core service - he floundered around describing direct competitors. This could open up some anti-trust regulation.See more here: Ryan Borker's answer to What evidence is there support the statement that "Facebook is a monopoly"?CONCLUSION:Overall, the issues brought up in a 5 hour discussion are hard to summarize in one post - there’s plenty of note that I didn’t cover. Zuckerberg at time looked awkward—he certainly didn’t win any points on charm.At one point a Senator said ‘you went from a dorm room to a multi-billionaire, only in America right?’This was clearly a softball, yet Zuck equivocated and talked a lot about Chinese internet companies. While most of Facebook’s users are outside the US, he should have easily answered this question.On top of that, most Senators clearly didn’t understand the questions their staffers had prepared, but Kamala Harris nailed Zuckerberg: a lot of questions you should have had answers for, you punted on.Zuck talked about the promise of ‘AI’ to help solve problems, but this is almost a non-answer: technology and lack of human judgment got us to this point, why should we trust it to get us out of this mess?AI has not at all proven it is the solution to determining foreign influence - it just pushes the cat and mouse game further. Perhaps there are no answers to some of these questions since they tug at the very fabric of society. But I think Zuckerberg would have done better to admit some ignorance than to put faith in technology.Hopefully everyone can engage (especially US citizens) in these issues - I welcome comments, additional questions and discussion on these hugely important topics.

How has the aftermath of the Brexit referendum affected UK politics?

It has been utterly transformational.Parliament will never again be trusted. Individual MPs never were, of course, but there was, even after the expenses scandal, a feeling that the whole was greater than the sum of its parts. The whole is now seen for what it is, a lying duplicitous dishonourable self righteous sack of weasels.Parliament has actually legislated via the Benn Act that “Leave” now means “Remain, unless the EU agrees to a trade deal of which MPs approve”This is an anti democratic hijack and complete contradiction of the clear simple meaning of “Leave”. It will never be forgotten, even when the Remainer Parliament has been swept away. That it could ever have happened in what is supposed to be a democracy has shattered all illusions.The BBC is now widely despised, I suspect irrevocably, for its dishonesty and capacity for deceit and self deception. The selection of which stories will be given legs and which will be silently smothered, the sheer disproportionate time and numbers given to pro Remain arguments and advocates, the entire setting of the agenda reeked of prejudice, vastly more since than during the 2016 campaign, I will concede.The Civil Service has been irrevocably compromised. Whereas in the Blair Iraq WMD deception, the Civil Service were unwilling and cajoled collaborators, in the Brexit deception they were the active, eager, willing perpetrators and purveyors of misrepresentation and lies. The BoE especially is utterly disgraced, condemned for its biased “report” by the Cambridge University study, but at least the deputy Governor, Andy Haldane, did acknowledge and admit that the role of the Bank has been an utter disgrace. (May 2016 Treaury report predicted “immediate and profound” economic shock with 3%-6% lower growth, unemployment rise of 520,000, average wages fall of 2.8%, fall in House prices of 10%, all lies, none of it has happened over 3 years on). The Governor himself, however, Mark Carney, has irrevocably and personally degraded the stature of his office.The judiciary, always seen as out of touch liberalists without any conception of the need to deliver retribution commensurate with the crime, are now truly and irrevocably despised as “enemies of the people”. How can the second most senior Court decide unanimously that unelected, self appointed Judges cannot command Parliament, and the Supreme Court decide unanimously that they can? Had the result even been 8/3 the Supreme Court could have had some claim to credibility, but the very unanimity of the 11 overwhelmingly ex Public Schoolboys and girls, signalled the brittle terror of those who knew they will be seen, after the Miller case, quite rightly, as enemies of the people, and had agreed to vote as a bloc.Academia has, like the Civil Service, become another great casualty. Not just all those economists not in the direct pay of the Government who collaborated with the dozens who were, with that Stock Market Crash that never came, along with that Recession (which God knows was overdue anyway, but still hasn’t had the decency to put in an appearance). But all those Vice Chancellors who queued up to help promote wild conjecture as fact.The CBI, and Corporate Britain, whose coordinated complicity with Treasury generated lies which reverberated, faithfully reported by the BBC, those huge donations to Remain by Accountants like Deloitte, (whose utter corruption was exposed by having passed the accounts of Serco, as KPMG passed the accounts of Carillion, just weeks before both firms collapsed billions in debt). And the corrupt banks, like Goldman Sachs, convicted of bribing Third World politicians and officials. And those found to have connived at manipulating the LIBOR rate. All these utterly corrupt organizations poured money into the Remain Campaign.Meanwhile, Aaron Banks has been quietly cleared of all charges and is now suing those who brought them, including the Electoral Commission itself.I mean, can a nation sink any lower than when the body charged with ensuring fairness engages in a partisan vendetta against one side, and is exposed, (even by our judiciary!) as itself dishonest?As if this cess pit of dishonesty and dishonour were not spectacle enough, the British public have had to endure the sanctimonious outpourings of these same corrupt institutions and organisations, that they are “defending the interests of the people” by obstructing and countermanding their own solemnly sworn undertakings.The ultimate deceit of these hypocrites is of course the farce (endlessly and vacuously repeated on Quora) that the referendum “was only advisory”, when the document delivered to every household in the land by HM Govt had told the people:“This is your decision. The Government will implement whatever you decide“How can anyone be stupid enough to think the people will accept this as “advisory”?(Whatever the tedious legal technicalities Remain elitist anti democrats suddenly discover and parade after they lost). The answer is of course that only highly educated legalistic technocrats can be so stupid.The PM promised he would “trigger Article 50 immediately”The Chancellor, George Osbourne predicted in May 2016 “a year long recession with up to 820,000 jobs lost”, as well as “an emergency budget to raise taxes”. Almost 4 years on and employment remains at a 45 year high, and no tax increases have been found necessary).There can be no restitution, no recovery of reputation, no restoration of faith, belief or respect, form such depths of deception lies, misrepresentation and sanctimonious deceit, such as this, which the British have seen, heard and endured, in almost beggared in disbelief, these past three years.Every political Party except UKIP and the DUP has been implicated, the Civil Service, every foreign Leader who expressed an opinion (except Trump), every religious leader who either spoke out directly, like the Archbishop of Canterbury or, like the Pope, just let others leak out their opinions, every academic body of economists, the World Bank, the IMF, the OBR, every actor, singer, “celeb” or luvvie (except Michael Caine and Morrisey), the entire “establishment” both formal and informal, National and International, was almost completely united in advising cajoling begging or threatening the British electorate to vote Remain. And many have been complicit in the subsequent attempt to undermine disgrace impugn smear divert and revoke this historic decision of perhaps the most single minded electorate, in the World’s most mature industrial democracy.Not since the English Civil War has our society experienced anything such as this, and the Establishment elitists involved still have not even begun to grasp the enormity of what has happened.

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