New Report from the Public Appointments Commissioner

Revolving Door This appears to be meta-corruption fest. I recommend pages 22-27 and the final few pages. No names mentioned and only cursory references to breaches. With an election coming up, little of what David Whyte said in this interview has stopped being relevant:

5G vs Climate Change

Do we feel climate change or 5G is more of a thing? twitter.com/akshatrathi/status/1124754851886522368 & what steps can we take to mitigate? In the attention war, in which meaningless as well as meaningful nuance, gets freely deployed, all options are always on the table. The engineering of consent is still a thing. And to oppose certain…

The Great British Fraud Machine

Conspiracy The BBC, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), & Financial Conduct Authority have conspired to criminally defraud, bankrupt and asset strip thousands of small businesses throughout the UK. New film Spank the Banker shows that other banks, including state-owned Lloyd’s, have also engaged in financial terrorism against British business. Though the banks’ and the financial…

Nudged in New Cross

Behaviouralist Bants So I thought Skinner was the bad guy. The really mechanistic one. Or was it Watson? Who said we are basically all the same and that our feelings and personal stories don’t really matter. That there is no such thing as experience. That we are all automatons. The one who put his daughter…

Theresa May decriminalises Bribery, Fraud & Election Rigging

The American satirist HL Mencken famously quipped that no-one ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American people. But here in Britain we have a different maxim: No Tory ever lost out overestimating the gullibility of the British Voter I interviewed David Whyte of the University of Liverpool about various aspects of corruption last…

Breaking: Corrupt Money Launderers HSBC bankrolled Corrupt Cameron & Corrupt Osborne’s Trips to Davos

Corrupt Money Launderers HSBC bankrolled David Cameron and George Osborne’s trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2009, it has emerged. The controversial lender lent the gaffe-prone billionaire bookie and former Tory Treasurer Michael Spencer £200 million pounds just a day before the massive Iceland Crisis that wiped billions of pounds off the balance sheets…