The Berlin-based “Transparency International” ranked 176 countries on how corrupt their public sectors are perceived to be. The Zionist enemies governments received the dubious honor of the most corrupted countries in the world.
The group estimates that corruption, bribery, theft and tax evasion, cost developing countries $1.26 trillion per year. However the USA alone (but not mentioned) has a gap of $1 trillion all by itself. The taxpayers money is spent on bombing the Zionist enemies back to the stone age.
Transparency International dubbed Somalia (oil shipping lane), South Sudan (oil reserves), North Korea, Syria (water & oil reserves), Libya (sweet super crude), Iraq (water & oil reserves), Venezuela (largest global oil reserves), Afghanistan (opium trade profits) and Angola (oil reserves) as the most corrupted countries on the planet.
The Zionist oil giants are having trouble balancing their books, as the registered oil reserves are largely overvalued by the global oil companies accountants. The only way to fix this problem “for the stockholders sake” (market value) is to invade oil rich countries and annex their oil reserves.
Denmark was names the least corrupted countries along with other European imperialist kingdom that seek to promote social welfare in general. On the most corrupted countries ‘list’ we often see democracies in decline together with a disturbing pattern of attempt to crack down on civil society, censorship and a weakened independent judicial system.
However ‘modern democracy’ has proven to be all about enriching “close allies and friendly networks”, while marginalizing those who are viewed as friends using state assets to empower the elite. There is a strong correlation between poverty and corruption.
In too many countries people are deprived of their most basic needs and go to bed hungry every night thanks to the corrupted global financial system (IMF), while the powerful corrupted enjoy lavish lifestyles with impunity.
In countries like Russia and Venezuela, the people are the happiest and well nourished in order to make it possible for the society to study and develop and live a healthy lifestyle. Venezuela spends over 70% (world record) of their budget on social welfare. Gas at the pump in Venezuela costs only $ 0.04 cents per gallon of fuel.
However the international Zionist media propaganda covers otherwise and calls the corrupted countries the most reliable democracies. With one out of six Americans living in poverty and being kept alive by privately supported food kitchens, the statistics do not cover the facts, but only the mobilized illusion for the audience to believe in.
Transparency International / AA Magnum News 2017.