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  PONZI POLITICIANS HAVE NO COMPUNCTION ABOUT LYING TO THE ELECTORATE - THEY ARE ONLY CONCERNED ABOUT GETTING VOTED IN FOR PERSONAL GAIN - IN THE FULL KNOWLEDGE THAT THEY ARE SINKING BRITAIN DEEPER INTO THE RED - MAKING THE WORKERS INTO FINANCIAL SLAVES, SHACKLED TO HIGHER TAXES, LONGER WORKING HOURS AND GLOBAL WARMING

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PONZI CRIME - Until the crimes of 1. Political Deception, 2. Fraudulent Election Campaigning, and 3. Anti Transparency Tactics, becomes law, the onus is on the electorate to be vigilant, ask questions, demand proofs, and help to educate the voting public, on what constitutes fraud, and a lack of transparency.

 

Be warned, you may become the subject of multiple SLAPP actions, be arrested, have your home searched, and worst of all, you may be framed by your local police force, for a crime that never happened. It is easily done, and you'll have no recourse in law, under the British injustice system - as it presently stands.

 

 

 

Many politicians in the so-called "Free World" are actually con artists, selling a dream to voters promising continuous growth, when they know from earlier lackluster campaigns and terms in office, that they are simply making things worse, selling their country and all of the electorate into never ending debt, with mounting national economic deficits. All of which contributes to higher carbon footprints and global warming.

 

This first (fictional) politician in the world not to try to deceive the electorate, was Edward Thomas, known as Honest Johnson. His election campaign was based on the poor performance of his forbears, showing the voters what most recent English politicians had said an done to obtain officer, when they skimmed off the top and lived lavish lifestyles, but actually, made the problems worse for their citizens. Typically, this would involve promising continuous growth, in a world where natural resources were being abused at the rate of 2.4 planets, when there is only one planet to provide for the international population. Thus, any profit by one country, must be at the expense of another. A form of slavery. In the case of economic fraud; financial slavery.

 

Borrowing, to get elected, constitutes fraud, if there is no clear path to repayment, other than increasing financial slavery. If the borrowing increases national debt, just to satisfy the lust for power of any candidate, that should be an international criminal offence, akin to 'Slavery' and 'Empire Trading.' The British Empire, being one example, and Boris Johnson, being a recent example of a politician hell-bent on becoming Prime Minister, based on (literally) lying to Queen Elizabeth and the general public. Bojo, of Clowning Street, as he was dubbed by the media, made a career based on lies. He even invented stories for the Press when he was a writer, and then denied having parties at Number 10 Downing Street, where there was ample evidence to prove he misled Parliament. Eventually, he caught his well (allegedly) used Johnson in his zipper, and was forced to Resign. You might think then that he was the ultimate: Ponzi Politician.

 

 

 

 

 

 

YOU CAN ONLY CHANGE THE LAW BY CHANGING THE LAW MAKERS - The British Empire was built on slavery. Capturing humans, beating and torturing, them and working them to death on colonies. Land that was stolen from native inhabitants. All of this to support Kings and Queens and their favoured few. Who styled themselves as Royals, to excuse their barbaric behaviour. Behaviour based on classing themselves above other humans. Creating and maintaining a class system, to keep themselves at the top of the money chain. And all based on working their fellow human beings to death. There is very little difference today. Civil servants, councillors and members of parliament maintain a system whereby they live in the lap of luxury, and tax the workers to support a dysfunctional government. The proof of which is that Britain has no surplus or earnings, or reserves to give value to paper money. Instead, the United Kingdom has huge debts. And that means you are working to pay off banks, where those loans should never have been taken. Banks and bankers are only too pleased to lend fictitious paper money, to make you, via your country, financial slaves.

 

Bankers are the new Royals, selling you invented money. Where in the past money was something tangible, such as gold of silver coins. Today is is like toilet paper. Worthless in real terms - and not even good for wiping your backside. Banks would have you move to digital currency, to cement their positions of power, and prevent any kind of transaction outside of their control. They hate barter, because they don't get their pound of flesh. And they need every penny they can screw from you, because they don't have a clue how to run a sustainable (circular) economy. That is an economy where everyone has to pull their weight. No riding on the backs of others.

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS PONZI POLITICS

 

Ponzi politics is a term that refers to a political system that relies on unsustainable promises and policies to maintain power and popularity. It is analogous to a Ponzi scheme, which is a form of fraud that lures investors and pays profits to earlier investors with funds from more recent investors. The term Ponzi scheme is named after Charles Ponzi, an Italian businessman who ran such a scheme in the 1920s in the United States. [4]

Some examples of Ponzi politics are:

- Offering generous welfare benefits or tax cuts without a realistic plan to fund them in the long term.

- Borrowing excessively from foreign creditors or future generations to finance current spending.

- Creating artificial economic growth or stability by manipulating monetary or fiscal policies.

- Ignoring or denying the risks and challenges posed by climate change, pandemics, or other global issues.

Ponzi politics can create a false sense of prosperity and security for the public, but it can also lead to serious economic, social, and environmental problems in the future. Ponzi politics can also erode the trust and confidence of the people in their leaders and institutions, and undermine the legitimacy and accountability of the democratic system.

HOW CAN WE PREVENT PONZI POLITICS ?

There is no definitive answer to how we can prevent Ponzi politics, but here are some possible suggestions based on the information available on the web:

- We can educate ourselves and others about the dangers and consequences of Ponzi politics, and how to spot the signs of unsustainable promises and policies. We can use reliable sources of information and analysis, such as academic journals, independent media, and expert opinions, to evaluate the credibility and feasibility of political claims and proposals. We can also use critical thinking and logic to question the assumptions and evidence behind political arguments and rhetoric. [1]  [2]

- We can demand more transparency and accountability from our political leaders and institutions, and hold them responsible for their actions and decisions. We can use democratic tools and mechanisms, such as voting, petitions, protests, and civil society organizations, to express our opinions and preferences, and to challenge and change the status quo. We can also support and participate in initiatives that promote good governance, anti-corruption, and human rights. [1] [2]

- We can advocate for more sustainable and equitable policies and solutions that address the root causes and long-term effects of the problems we face, rather than the symptoms and short-term benefits. We can support and promote policies and solutions that are based on scientific evidence, ethical principles, and social justice, and that balance the needs and interests of different groups and generations.

 

- We can also adopt more responsible and conscious behaviors and lifestyles that reduce our environmental and social impact. [1] [2]

These are just some of the possible ways we can prevent Ponzi politics, but there may be others. Ultimately, it is up to us, as citizens and members of society, to decide what kind of political system we want and deserve, and to work together to achieve it. [1] [2]

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRANSPARENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY ?

 

The difference between transparency and accountability is that transparency is about being open and honest about what you are doing, while accountability is about being responsible and answerable for your actions. Transparency means providing access to information and making it clear and understandable to others, while accountability means accepting the consequences of your actions and being willing to explain and justify them [5]

Both transparency and accountability are important for building trust and credibility, especially in the context of governance, business, and media. Transparency allows people to see how decisions are made and how resources are used, while accountability ensures that people are held responsible for their decisions and actions. Transparency and accountability often go hand in hand, as transparency enables accountability, and accountability requires transparency [5]

However, transparency and accountability are not the same thing, and one does not necessarily lead to the other. Transparency can be seen as the act of showing and telling, while accountability is the act of taking ownership and responsibility. Transparency can be achieved by providing information, while accountability can be achieved by providing reasoning. Transparency can be measured by the quantity and quality of information, while accountability can be measured by the standards and outcomes of actions [5]

Here is a table that summarizes the main differences between transparency and accountability:

 

 

A table that shows the main differences between transparency and accountability. PONZI POLITICS and fraudulent election promises, campaign untruths.

 

 

INTERPOL RED NOTICES

It might not be long before crooked politicians become the subject of international arrest warrants. Where politicians like Boris Johnson blatantly deceived the electorate during his election campaign, lied to Her Majesty, and misled Parliament. And Margaret Thatcher clearly held anti-human rights views, with her Poll Tax and all white South Africa. Perhaps the ultimate White Slaver.

 

Any other employees would be sacked and imprisoned, their earnings qualifying as proceeds of crime.

 

They may be protected in the UK, but should be be allowed to travel freely, investing and spending their ill gotten gains?

 

There are eight types of notices, seven of which are colour-coded by their function: red, blue, green, yellow, black, orange, and purple. The best-known notice is the red notice which is the "closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today". An eighth special notice is issued at the request of the United Nations Security Council. For criminals such as Vladimir Putin.

Notices published by Interpol are made either on the organisation's own initiative or are based on requests from national central bureaus (NCBs) of member states or authorised international entities such as the United Nations and the International Criminal Court. All notices are published on Interpol's secure website. Extracts of notices may also be published on Interpol's public website if the requesting entity agrees.

Notices may be issued in any of the four official languages of Interpol: English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.

 

ABUSES OF PROCESS

 

In January 2017, United Kingdom-based NGO Fair Trials called on Interpol to introduce more rigorous checks. Fair Trial chief executive Jago Russell stated, "Interpol has been allowing itself to be used by oppressive regimes across the world to export the persecution of human rights defenders, journalists and political opponents". There have been concerns about conflict of interest as well as in March 2017, the UAE donated $54 million to Interpol, which roughly equaled the contributions by all other member states. Interpol's secretary-general, Jurgen Stock, stated that Interpol had introduced a task force to review requests "even more intensively".

 

 

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REFERENCES

 

[1] https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/091115/6-ways-avoid-investment-ponzi-scheme.asp
[2] https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/get-rich-quick-ponzi-and-pyramid-schemes
[3] https://www.weltz.law/blog/2022/june/how-to-avoid-a-ponzi-scheme/
[4] https://www.biography.com/crime/charles-ponzi

[5] https://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-transparency-and-vs-accountability/

[1] https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/091115/6-ways-avoid-investment-ponzi-scheme.asp
[2] https://www.fca.org.uk/consumers/get-rich-quick-ponzi-and-pyramid-schemes
[3] https://www.weltz.law/blog/2022/june/how-to-avoid-a-ponzi-scheme/
[4] https://www.biography.com/crime/charles-ponzi

[5] https://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-transparency-and-vs-accountability/

 

 

 

 

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