Over the last year, 400 journalists have been secretly decoding over 11.5 million documents which were leaked from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. An estimated 2.6 terabytes of data show several decades and billions of dollars in transactions in offshore vehicles for corporations, investment funds and billionaires.
United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron and Russian President Vladimir Putin are claimed to be implicated in the leaks – but some very important information is missing – namely Americans and United States corporations.
Stefan Molyneux is pissed off at the controversy surrounding the Panama Papers and breaks down the United States as an international tax haven, protecting your assets from theft, the political purposes of this “leak,” the involvement of George Soros and the failure of modern journalism once again.
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Drove To Panama City. Mano (dog) navigated an escalator. Google Translate told me to say something inappropriate to children. Explored the city coastline. Discussed Mens vs Womens IQ as it applies to leadership roles.
From Carl Martin (in collaboration with Pete Thorn) comes the latest 'retro' hi-gain pedal with Dampening feature (which means you can crank up the gain and still remain clear and cutting in the mix). Awesome pedal! https://carlmartin.com/panama/
One of my commenters shared with me the largest early world map by Urbano Monte. What I found on the map was mind-blowing! I found the Suez Canal and the Panama Canal on this 1587 map! In the book titled Mundus Subterranus, I show further proof that both the Suez Canal and the Panama canal were operational. In the same book, I also show a map with Atlantis in the Atlantic ocean. I propose that this continent is still there, perhaps even populated we are just not allowed to see it. Flights are not going through the Atlantic ocean, rather they route through Canada to Europe or Asia. The Content could also be submerged just as Zealandia. There are some maps showing underground channels connecting the Balck Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the Persian Sea. Sicily also has an underground channel that can’t be seen on Google Maps.
Panama Canal According to Wikipedia the Panama canal was opened in 1914 even though they admit there were early proposal to build the canal in 1534 by the King of Spain.
Suez Canal According to Wikipedia the Suez canal was opened in 1869 even though they only started to build it 10 years 1859 — sounds like they already had the canal built and the only thing they had to do is dug it out from under the mud (left by the mud flood).