Monday, April 4, 2016

The Panama Papers

Who's The Jagoff Now? is including updates on this page

Well somebody got pissed because in a crony upside down economy you have to hide the 'Guanabana', which your other pals want!  Yessir, The Panama Papers hit the net Sunday, April 03 2016 @ 23:13 coming out of Germany's powerhouse Süddeutsche Zeitung News. (this was the first addition) Along with a yearlong investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, The Panama Papers.

The Show comes out of Germany and went around the world in minutes like a launched Titan, from news feeds, Twitter and YouTube all choreographed like clockwork, quite a production.  This treasure trove of leaked info is going to go hard on law firm Mossack Fonseca for even Jurgen Mossack said, "Swindled investors call the office constantly.  We need to resign from this company immediately, at any moment, the police arrive, and we end up in the newspapers.”

From the documents one of these shell companies created a fund for Northern South African gold miners to secure widows and orphans.  Well, the payments stop coming one day because of a $60 million investment fraud pulled off by South African businessmen.  An asset management company, Fidentia, had schemed to loot millions from investment funds including the mine-workers’ death benefits pool that was supporting some 46,000 widows and orphans.  What a bunch of Jagoffs!

The Twitter Feed

So far the US and Europe are not mentioned but wait for what is next, tweets Bernie's Homie.

Süddeutschen Zeitung's Twitter Feed

Panama Papers Hit You Tube

There's going to be a lot of accountants and lawyers up late this week!  Yeah, this rabbit hole just became a crater!


The Day After

Fr. Halldor sigurdsson: (the man is from Iceland)

Protest today ( April 4th 2016 ) in Reykjavik in Iceland, and people demanding that the Prime Minister resign.  He has had money in tax havens according to the #PanamaPapers. (end Halldor)

Apr 5, 2016 4:36 p.m. ET: Icelandic Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned Tuesday, becoming the first major casualty of renewed global scrutiny into offshore accounts.

Halldor sigurdsson


This yacht, I mean Ship, 

owned by one of the Saudi Kings, is going on Craigslist.  One estimate based on data from the World Bank, IMF, UN, and central banks of 139 countries, there is between $21 and $32 trillion is hiding in tax havens.

Ain't Messin' Round (updates)

You know I'll tell ya something, this was all a matter of time.  When ya go sailing and pirating the societies of the world over and most of the population is performing loyal disobedience to the Monopoly Power, the only $pile$ on the table is your crony pals, small world ain't it, you greedy Jagoffs'!

Are we having fun yet?

The bookie Patty Powers is setting up bets for which head of State goes next, he's picked Prime Minister Cameron @ 20-1 Oh and there's more to choose from.      

Documents dubbed the ‘Panama Papers’ have revealed the names of over 200 US residents who used the services of Panamanian firm Mossack Fonseca.

Time now for that 'Spin Doctor'


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