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 Assunto da Mensagem: "Parabéns, Europa. A extrema-direita ganhou"
 Mensagem Enviado: Segunda Jan 07, 2019 5:26 pm 
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No link acima interessante Editorial da jornalista Ana Sá Lopes hoje publicado sob o titulo "Parabéns, Europa. A extrema-direita ganhou" onde escreve sobre o tal barco que vagueia no Mediterrâneo pois que vários países europeus recusam recebe-lo.

Há porém algo que ela não escreveu mas que deveria ter escrito. É preciso saber como escrevi abaixo quem são os países Europeus que tem andado a lavar parte dos 750.000 milhões de dólares que durante a última década e meia se evaporaram de África para outras paragens e assim se ficará a saber quem são os países que mais obrigações tem no que respeita a receber esses refugiados pois que no meu modesto entendimento a Europa só poderá encher a boca para dizer que não tem qualquer obrigação com os refugiados que chegam de África quando parar de ser refúgio do dinheiro desviado/roubado por ditadores Africanos e pelos seus muitos familiares a amigos.

A minha sugestão é por isso que cada país seja obrigado a receber um refugiado por cada quarto de milhão de dólares que recebeu/lavou/roubou de África. 750.000 milhões de dólares significam por isso a obrigação de receber 3 milhões de refugiados.

Nessa hipótese a Suiça seria um dos países a ter de mostrar mais "generosidade" e a ter de receber várias centenas de milhares de refugiados. Razão pela qual há poucos dias classifiquei como excelente noticia aquela que dava conta da prisão de três banqueiros Suiços envolvidos no desvio de milhares de milhões de euros de Moçambique, que assim que chegarem aos EUA, o país que emitiu o mandato de captura, os esperam penas de cadeia que podem chegar a 40 anos.

Quanto a Portugal como só de uma conhecida empresária Angolana tem por cá 3.000 milhões de euros isso significaria que pela sugestão acima teria que receber quase 14.000 refugiados só por conta desse "investimento" único http://visao.sapo.pt/actualidade/econom ... m-Portugal

É claro que relativamente aos países que não quiserem cumprir a sua quota, não há problema algum, só tem de devolver a África todo o dinheiro que receberam daquelas paragens




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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 17 de Junho de 2018 7:36
Assunto: Paper__The Rise of Kleptocracy: Laundering Cash, Whitewashing Reputations___In Journal of Democracy

“A growing body of analysis has explored how kleptocrats systematically capture and loot their domestic state institutions, but scholars and policy makers have paid less attention to how globalization enables grand corruption, as well as the laundering of kleptocrats' finances and reputations”

Cooley, A. & Heathershaw, J. & Sharman, J. (2018). Laundering Cash, Whitewashing Reputations. Journal of Democracy 29(1), 39-53. Johns Hopkins University Press. https://www.journalofdemocracy.org/arti ... eputations

Alexander Cooley - Professor and director of the Harriman Institute at Columbia University. John Heathershaw - Associate Professor at University of Exeter. J.C. Sharman - Professor at University of Cambridge.

Three years ago The Guardian reported that Africa loose around 50 billion dollars each year that is drained by corrupt politicians. As per email below let´s no forget that a big part of that money is laundry in Europe. And that is a very good reason why European countries are responsible for every African refugee that tries to cross the Mediterranean sea. Recently the President of Angola has been in France to be "ass kissed" by the President of France and Mr. Boris Johnson also said that his country would love to engage in the same "ass kissing" business. Not only the son of a former France President was involved in a arm sales scandal with Angola the well known Angolagate http://www.spiegel.de/international/eur ... 84769.html but more recently and according to the Financial Times the 33 years old daugther of Angola former President was known to be African richest woman with assests worthing several billion euro. Also one of the sons of Angola former President recently tried to evade 1,5 billion https://www.news24.com/Africa/News/ango ... 20180410-2

And as long as Europe engages in the "ass kissing" business of African dictators (elected or not) Africans will continue to have the rigth of trying to get to Europe because its the place where the wealth of their countries is.



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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 3 de Março de 2018 19:51
Assunto: A critique on the moonshot research mission concerning satellites to curtail deaths in Mediterranean

In the second email below of February 22 concerning moonshot missions I criticized the proposal of the expert hired by the European Comission concerning the development of new satellites to reduce the number of immigrants deaths in the Mediterranean. Back then I wrote:

"Its rather obvious that it does not matter very much what high tech satellites we develop because African immigrants will keep on trying to cross the Mediterranean as long as their countries go rotten by corrupt dictators"

In a previous email of October 30 of 2017 concerning a Editorial published on Nature I recalled the warning of Nobel winning Angus Deaton about the fact that a great part of the money sent as aid by the West to corrupt regimes does not help the poor people in those countries and only helps to strengthen those regimes.

Even in best case scenario (zero corruption) we were able to demonstrate with no shadow of a doubt that all the aid money reach those who really need that´s not a sustainable solution because of the increasing tech gap between rich and poor countries. A OECD report for the Danish Government on megatrends and technology trends in the context of future research policy (Lundvall, 2017) shows that the most promising technologies will lead to an increase of inequality.

Meaning that innovative ways must be found so Western countries can help poor countries. A simple suggestion was made in that email (in attachment) but another interesting and importante one will require the European Union to use its power to make the life of those corrupt dictators miserable. I believe that only with such initiatives can the European Comission regain the trust of European citizens.

Since 2002 that Europe has an international court (ICC) to "prosecute individuals for the international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes". Could it be possible to enlarge the action of the ICC to include vicious state corruption or could we have a especial court only for that ?

Some could say that i´m exaggerating the importance of corruption by putting it at the same level of genocide and war crimes. Unfortunately, the fact that in the last six month two journalists were murdered even in Europe (in Malta and in Slovakia) that were investigating corruption cases shows that international corruption is a severe problem and Europe cannot afford to take this issue in a lightly manner.


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