posted on May, 8 2008 @ 04:46 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is suspected of illicitly accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars before becoming PM, it has emerged.
I am not surprised, but there is a big question developing in my mind...
Who has been investigating the large number of cases, worldwide, that we have heard about regarding corrupt activities and bribes?
How have these investigations been carried out?
And why does it seem to take so long to find the corrupt? Is there a trend for getting them at the moment?
The other thing that surprises me is the location of the majority of the corrupt being caught. It appears to be mostly China, Korea and the middle
East that is under the spotlight for this at the moment.
But why so? Why is there no apparent investigation going on with western leaders and corporations?
British TV network, ITV has just been fined 5.6m GBP for its part in a 'phone-in' scam, but that's more fraud than blackmail, bribery and other
With all the theories flying around Mr. Bush, Mr. Blair and their underlings, why is there nobody standing up to bring them down for their illegal
Is the Israeli prime minister a 'stab in the back' from thei brothers in the USA or is it a smokescreen designed to take atention off of other