43 thoughts on “‘British Daily Telegraph cover-up of HSBC tax dodging scandal’

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  7. Crime committed by those considered to be establishment of the 1% rich, the CEOs will not only be subject to prosecution and retired from their position with pay outs of often many millions of dollars, this payment usually is understood to be money paid will not cause further embarrassment to corporations as hush money, the serious nature of exposing corporations is a accident of those who know to much.
    The importance of non exposure of crime in corporations deemed as all part of the pillars of establishment is not to rock the public’s faith in knowing that establishment is as a base operation, crime.

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