According to an American survey, most states in the USA are corrupted, but according to the DEA these numbers are nothing compared to the corruption levels on some of the Caribbean Islands. Aruba, St.Maarten and Curacao top the corruption list.

Dutch and (British) BVI off-shores company structures present the possibilities for money laundering around the Caribbean region.

Florida is best known for its building inspectors on the take, while Kentucky is known for its bookmaking on the Derby thrown in. Nevada has the casino’s, as South Dakota and Alaska set the stage for oil bribery’s.

In Illinois the last two Chicago governors both went to jail for corruption. Mississippi is ranked as the number one corrupted state in the USA, and because it is the poorest state in the USA, it’s corruption approach levels of colonized Third World Countries.

The Dutch Caribbean Islands, in particular Curacao, faces all of the above mentioned corrupt issues all @ once. The hunt for one honest public official is useless, as all levels of government services are corrupted to the bone.

In line with white-collar crime, street crime forced most of the islands inhabitants to live in gated communities or be deported to the majesties Holland.

On an island where little functions properly and especially mental poverty is an epidemic, no hope for improvement is acceptable by the rulers behind the curtains.

Tourism flourishes as the on- and offshore money laundering machines and gambling industry to work 24/7. The tourism industry was exempted for value added tax to satisfy the investors.

Corrupt offered building permits and inspectors pave the way for tax-free tourism development projects to take place. Bookmaking and gambling are a social disease that dominate the culture of Curacao.

Most Casino’s and other gambling businesses serve as banks in order to finance illegal drugs trafficking, while sex trafficking assists and serves the cause.

However, public enemy number one, which is the useless government seated in Fort Amsterdam, granted 3.000 offshore gambling permits to the evil empires in the world, in order to make sure prostitution stays a lucrative business.

After the government sold nearly all of the island’s reachable beaches to developers and hotels to support tourism, the locals can not reach the shorelines on the south coast of the island anymore.

Meanwhile the local power company, Aqualectra squeezes the society with high energy prices, or bogus bills to battle shortages caused by pirating developers.

All the possible means to extract more money from the society are materialized by the greedy rulers.

The worldwide oil prices will decrease by 60% in 2015, but the local corrupted government has no intention to lower the prices at the gasoline stations in order to compensate the huge budget deficits.

The Tax Collector on the island was ordered by their Dutch superiors to enhance their cash-in methods, menacing locals that they will start executing their properties in order to fill in the financial gaps caused by tourism tax shortages, inflicted and enforced by discriminatory government measures.

Still Curacao’s income fails to even cover basic governments costs, as most rich and business people received tax-holidays and other benefits the local islanders are not entitled to. They have to carry the costs of the infrastructures for outsiders to collect their huge profits.

The 80/20 local employment ruling by law is not respected, for the locals to even get low paid jobs. After all the locals are badly educated, developed or corrupted. So that’s a good or better said perfect excuse for the colonial pirates to hold it against the local society.

The local power and light company, Aqualectra charges average households (4 persons) at least $3.000 per year. In the USA, residents pay around $900 for utility costs per year.

For tourism Curacao offers the best, as no limits are implemented for the short-term hauler. Room tax ends up in the pockets of the CTB, which spends millions of tax money on foreign marketing campaigns.

Improving the local environment for the local population has no meaning. Instead jails are built to incarcerate the uneducated young and hopeless.

Construction developments are pushed to continue by Dutch, Chinese, Arabs and Colombians, even as about 8.000 ready build houses are empty and not occupied by the islands inhabitants anymore because of the crisis.

A new law suggests that these empty homes must be made possible for the invasive consumer to buy. Most of the times, fabricated family feuds are causing delays and misfortunes.

The Dutch are now setting their eyes on these targets and forced the local government, which is only looking after their own interests (such a life-long guarantee of income if they meet the standards to be eligible), to pass the new ‘pirate’ law for the business to take advantage of.

CHATA is the main engine behind this cultural occupation hoax. They replaced the authority of the government to avoid residential protests for the money laundering machine to operate.

Greedy foreign entities invade and privatize public properties in order to create poverty among the islanders. The confiscation of beaches and other high value real estate is a Zio-capitalist formula.

The colonial annexation has been completed, for the highly polluting tourism industry to prevail, using human trafficking rings to supply heap labor.

Life is a beach.

Mainstreet / Abna Advies News 2014.



  1. The global center for rapist, psychopaths, drugs dealers, gamblers, pedophiles, money laundering and human trafficking rings.

  2. What a biased and cheap depiction. Looks like a frustrated dropout intern wrote this artivcle. Fake news.

    • Fake people do not know the definition of bribery and corruption, this Tony troll cannot even explain what part of the article is fake news?.Most of it was copy/pasted out of Mainstreet publishers. That proves how smart this puppet is?

      • Well… it may or may not be fake news. But there’s no evidence provided in the article and there are also misleading statements.
        Cost of utilities in the US is cheaper because water gets treated, an option not available in curacao. The US also produces energy from nuclear, hydro, fossil, and renewables.. needless to say, curacao will never have the same level of capabilities for similar sources due to geography and topography.

      • Bai wak ora pa mucha anto, si esei ta kumbinibo miho? The only fake nono here is you !!

      • Go educate yourself before it is too late to realize in what kind of environment we live in. We are analysts, not opinion makers like you!

  3. Borizh, this article was about bribery and corruption, not water and/or nuclear energy?

  4. Please forgive those people that have no knowledge and reflect themselves by bashing others. Living in total darkness is no fun, and only love is able to cure these symptoms?

  5. This is funny. I live in Curacao and this is a big fake. just stiring up uneducated locals against immigrants.

  6. I was born and educated in Curacao. I also worked for a number of years at Continental Milling Co. I got a break when I received a scholarship to broaden my education. This was possible by the then minister of education Mr. Woodley from St.Maarten. In the past most of the high level officials make sure their kids and their friends get all the preferential treatment while the hard working poor kids of the low income family are put in the back burner. Mr. Woodley made sure that the poor kids got a chance in life. Perseverance was my moto that got me to the United States and got my bachelor of science in computer science. The level of education went way down. The department of education is not fighting to prepare kids for the near future. When I came here to the United States my level science was higher than the college students I encountered. I recently went back and I can say this, they can consider us uneducated because we are not taking education serious. Stop saying that this is fake news. Corruption in the island is real. I will furnish you with more evidence at a later time.

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