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Going Dutch in Panama

from Rogue Money:

Since when do all-powerful sovereign entities with deep dark links to ancient networks of occult banksters (aka Rothschild) ever, EVER, have “to pay” for information from lesser, two-bit hoods? Answer: they don’t.

That’s why I almost did a spit-take with my morning French roast when Ameera David reported that the government of Denmark has made a deal with the infamous “Panama Papers” whistleblower to actually “buy” his information and use it to barely just now crack down on centuries’ worth of Danish banking corruption and tax evasion (cough, cough). As a reminder, the Panama Papers story broke right after President Obama visited Argentina’s President Macri down in Bariloche, Macri himself being named as one of the evildoers in the leak. (RM story linked here.) The Panama Papers has been largely seen as another one of George Soros’ propaganda projects.

Both RussiaToday and The Guardian (linked here) noted that this is the first instance of any government plunking down cash to buy the seemingly valuable data.


Jim Sørensen, a Danish tax chief, explains how this deal went down and what supposed benefit the Danish judicial system will gain from this purchase:

The source sent us a ‘sample’, which we got people to study over the summer holidays. This convinced us of the quality of the documents. They are real and they contain information that is very relevant to us,” he said.

He added: “They are about specific individuals. They also provide super-interesting information about the methods used by advisors and intermediaries. They can give us a breakthrough in the investigation of tax havens.”

Sørensen said the source had “selected and sifted” the material before turning it over to the government. “We have the impression that the source has extremely good insight into everything the press writes in Denmark, and is very well informed about what is going on,” he said.

Yeah, I’ll bet the little sampler was indeed carefully selected. Hooks usually are. This whole farce raises so many implications, mostly comical, that I can only list a handful. Feel free to post your own insights in the Comments down below. Seriously, we ought to do some kind of Deep Throat Caption Contest here.

1. Sooo, judicial agencies of sovereign governments are no longer able to investigate the criminal side of tax havens by themselves? What are you guys doing — outsourcing your own jobs? They can’t just issue subpoenas and whatnot? They now have to use taxpayer’s money in order to recover taxpayer’s money? Who are these clowns, relatives of America’s own hamstrung SEC or CFTC?

2. “Super-interesting information” … more interesting than porn? Surely not.

3. “This is a golden opportunity to show that we are actually going after people who cheat.” And before that, you were doing WHAT, exactly? Imbibing Copenhagen’s finest?

My eyebrows were further raised when none other than COMMERZBANK was mentioned within the article:

This raises the prospect that other European countries may discreetly be buying data on their own citizens. In 2014, German tax officials paid about €1m (£850,000) for files from a much smaller Mossack Fonseca leak. They carried out raids on customers of Commerzbank who were suspected of evading tax.

Commerzbank made other news last week when it was hinted that their defunct operation might get merged with another zombie bank, everybody’s favorite German Piñata, Deutsche Bank. (See MarketWatch story here.) The idea was shot down, but hey, at least their shares went up briefly.

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1 comment to Going Dutch in Panama

  • I am really finding it hard to keep listing to people that won’t show there face i mean if they want to know who v is they can with no problem i am sure they already know so why does he choose to hide from us? all these guys show there faces Andy H,Bill H,Greg H,James Cobett and so on and so on thoughts????

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