Turning A Blind Eye On White Collar Crime

2014-10-24 15:52

It’s not the work of genius to figure that some of the harsh criticism on our democratic government is sourced from prejudiced agenda bearing fortresses. These are opinions plagued with old narcissist disorders that have otherwise made it into the new dispensation unscathed.

Opinions which come so judgmental and dismissive of a corrupt black government will usually spring from areas where blatantly harmful white collar crime is nurtured, perfected and practiced without much scrutiny and the raising of any eyebrows.

High Class Crime

White collar crime and corporate crime are two of the most destructive and prevalent crimes committed on earth today, but yet they are the least condemned and the least targeted by Law Enforcement Agencies. What the middle class is more and ever concerned of is the crime from the lower class, which can be physical and directly life threatening. This type is labelled by experts as blue collar crime.

The type of crime which involves the major multi-billion dollar corporations of the world without a doubt dwarfs the more common blue collar crime in revenue, the latter which in the case of South Africa will involve dissidents within the black majority, or any marginalized feeling groups around the hubs of commerce and exchange.

White collar crime and corporate crime naturally comprise people of high status and wealth in society. This basically sums it up to some of the wealthiest dynasties within so called democratic states, who commit these crimes either for personal gain or for corporation gain. These types of crimes include, but are not limited to, fraud, theft, money laundering, sabotage,human trafficking (slavery), counterfeiting, price fixing, bribery, embezzlement, etc.

The Rich Rule

One thing we have learnt of modern history is the rich are basically the most powerful entities in the human sphere of influence. They tower above the common politician, the disgraced monarch and the divine clergyman in importance and significance. Whoever has the money writes the laws therefore.

Realistically speaking, our reverence should rightly be directed at the head of the Reserve Bank, rather than at the overrated head of an administrative government. Neither is the head of the Reserve Bank supreme, but he is the pitiful mouth piece of the vigorous shareholders.

The crimes which could either cripple or aid an economy clearly involve the private sector, without fear of contention. When these are summed with the dreadful crimes of a corrupt government, then a state is not far from bankruptcy and a cleverly binding ‘international bailout’. This bailout will come in the form of European tycoons, who are principal shareholders in the blasphemously labelled ‘World Bank’.

According to the FBI, the annual cost/value of white collar crime in the U.S. can reach in excess of $600 Billion. The greater part of this white collar crime, which amounts to trillions in wealth globally, is largely never reported or prosecuted, as it involves prominent and influential persons generally.

The Cunning Colonist

With the rise of the universal network of white and black fraternities in the Western Colonies, much of previously domestic economics has been internationalized and likewise dehumanized in favour of the generation of profits, expansion and greater power.

The colony of South Africa was established through what would classify as white collar crime activity, involving powerful foreign organizations and some rather deceptive native dynasties. It is a well-known point, since the founding fathers of Ancient Egypt to date, that wealthy dynasties appoint and thus rule over governors, or those we might call politicians.

Jan Van Riebeeck was working for the Dutch East Indian Company when the conquest for Southern Africa was commenced. The D.E.I.C was the biggest multinational corporation in the world at the time. They had probably traded many times with the Native Kingdoms of Southern Africa before deciding to do the unthinkable, in the form of annexation for the purpose of colonialism.

Contrary to popular western rhetoric, Southern Africa was an active participant in the global trade routes of the time. Southern African kingdoms traded with other African empires and international ones like India, China, Arabia, Portugal and even the Dutch on a common basis. Key goods were gold, copper, silver, steel, crafts, leather, ivory, wood and agricultural products.

To justify the crimes which were to be committed for the sake of resources and conquest, much of true native accounts of history and culture were predictably falsified and/or obliterated by the invading European aristocrats. They would generally then claim through their academia to have discovered and civilized the conquered state, indirectly insulting the memories and achievements of those they subjugated.

Profits Over Humanity

The emergence of the Rothschild Empire in Western Europe also signified a new era in international trade and ethics. Much of international trade was conducted through a bartering of goods or minted valuable coins before the Rothschild’s advanced the modern and fraudulent mechanisms of commercial banking.

This also brought about the development of a horrible method of centralized global economics and trading, which was ironically being monitored by the same forces which had unlawfully conquered and occupied independent states in the guise of civilization.It’s the all too common tale of the hard working immigrant who ends up owning ‘the richest square mile’ in your country.

All this has led to the current fiasco in international finance wherein classes of wealth are being promoted; wherein shareholders are making maximum profits but can’t expand the workforce; wherein multinationals are competing to swindle each other to the top echelons of wealth at the expense of society; and wherein human principles are replaced by insatiable greed and appalling disregard by the elite for the very workers who generate them this very same income.

The ugly and poisonous head of corporate crime is plainly witnessed by the collective citizens globally,whereby the quality of goods can get secretly compromised to cut costs; whereby prices can rise haphazardly without regard to inflation and consumer income figures; whereby officials are bribed by the dominant private sector for deals which don’t benefit or are harmful to the common populace; and whereby the direction and prosperity of a nation are left to the adventurous imaginings of a few local and foreign investors.

In this sense, we do say corruption and crime should not be tolerated in government and the public service, but let us equally confront the gross violations which take place in the private sector, which tend to even bear influence over the character of society at large, including that of those we elect as officials also.

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