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Scrisoare deschisă către ambasadele din România …

Scrisoare deschisă către ambasadele din România ale Statelor Unite ale Americii, Franței, Germaniei, Olandei, Suediei, Finlandei, Norvegiei, Belgiei, Danemarcei, Canadei, Luxemburgului și Elveției: STOPați exportul de corupție! În calitate de deputat ales în Parlamentul României, îmi exprim deosebita îngrijorare cu privire la nivelul foarte ridicat al exportului de corupție dinspre țările dumneavoastră către alte state, inclusiv către România. Conform datelor oficiale (The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), companii de renume din țările pe care le reprezentați afectează zeci de state ale lumii în care, pentru a obține beneficii financiare, oferă mită în valoare de sute de milioane de dolari. În total, doar din ce s-a investigat până acum, rezultă un cuantum de 4.902.913.195 de dolari. La această sumă se ridică nivelul MITEI date în străinătate (aproape CINCI MILIARDE de dolari)! Iar amenzile pe care le-au primit companiile care au dat MITĂ în alte state (în special în Europa de Est, Asia, Africa și America de Sud) totalizează 10.722.513.931 de dolari (aproape 11 MILIARDE de dolari), fără a lua în calcul și amenzile de zeci de MILIARDE de dolari primite de diferite bănci de renume din țările dumneavoastră! Iată doar câteva cazuri celebre de amenzi primite de companii din statele dumneavoastră pentru DARE DE MITĂ (infracțiune de #CORUPȚIE) în alte țări: - Siemens (Germania): amendă de 1,6 MILIARDE de dolari; - Telia Company AB (Suedia): 965 de MILIOANE de dolari; - VimpelCom (Olanda) 795 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Alstom (Franța): 772 de MILIOANE de dolari; - KBR / Halliburton (SUA): 579 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Teva Pharmaceutical (Israel): 519 MILIOANE de dolari; - Och-Ziff (SUA): 412 MILIOANE de dolari; - BAE (Marea Britanie): 400 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Total SA (Franța): 398 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Alcoa (SUA): 384 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Snamprogetti Netherlands B.V. / ENI S.p.A (Olanda/Italia): 365 de MILIOANE de dolari. ...Desigur, ar trebui să adăugăm celebrul caz de rușinoasă ÎNȘELĂTORIE la nivel global: Volkswagen (Germania), scandalul „Dieselgate” – amendă de 14,7 MILIARDE de dolari! Ar trebui să ne referim și la cele 13 MILIARDE de euro pe care compania americană APPLE a... „omis” să le plătească în Irlanda. Și nu putem să uităm nici amenzile astronomice cu care au fost sancționate băncile care au generat criza economică și financiară mondială: - JPMorgan Chase (SUA): 5,29 MILIARDE de dolari; - Credit Suisse (Elveția): 5,3 MILIARDE de dolari; - Wells Fargo (SUA): 5,35 MILIARDE de dolari; - Deutsche Bank (Germania): 7,2 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA): 8,5 MILIARDE de dolari; - BNP Paribas (Franța): 8,9 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA, nouă amendă): 11,8 MILIARDE de dolari; - JP Morgan Chase (SUA, nouă amendă): 13 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA, nouă amendă): 16,65 MILIARDE de dolari. În plus, ar trebui să ne spuneți și unde este în opinia dumneavoastră CORUPĂTORUL în celebrele dosare Microsoft și EADS, dosare instrumentate de nu mai puțin celebra Laura Codruța Kovesi, cea pe care cu toții ați lăudat-o sau chiar ați medaliat-o. Unde e CORUPĂTORUL din țările dumneavoastră? Reiau solicitarea de la începutul acestei scrisori: STOPați exportul de #CORUPȚIE! Companii de renume din țările dumneavoastră DAU MITĂ în alte țări, inclusiv în România. România NU exportă corupție! Statele dumneavoastră însă o fac! Și e vremea ca acest lucru să înceteze. Cu speranța că veți începe să luptați cu adevărat împotriva #CORUPȚIEI colosale din țările dumneavoastră, vă asigurăm de tot sprijinul nostru. România NU exportă corupție și este un model din acest punct de vedere. Puteți apela oricând la ajutorul nostru dacă întâmpinați dificultăți în eradicarea corupției de MILIARDE de dolari care a cuprins mult prea multe dintre companiile dumneavoastră de renume mondial... Iată, la final, și o listă mai lungă de amenzi pentru dare de mită în străinătate, din 2010 și până în prezent, cu mențiunea că NICIO COMPANIE ROMÂNEASCĂ nu se află pe lista RUȘINOASĂ a companiilor care CORUP alte state: 2018 Kinross Gold – The Canada-based gold mining company agreed to pay a $950,000 penalty to resolve FCPA violations arising from its repeated failure to implement adequate accounting controls of two subsidiaries in Africa. (3/26/18) Elbit Imaging – The Israel-based company agreed to pay a $500,000 penalty to resolve FCPA violations stemming from payments to consultants for purported services related to a real estate development project in Romania. (3/9/18) 2017 Telia – The Sweden-based telecommunications provider agreed to pay $965 million in a global settlement to resolve violations of the FCPA to win business in Uzbekistan. (9/21/17) Halliburton – The company agreed to pay $29.2 million and a former vice president agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle charges related to payments made to a local company in Angola in the course of winning lucrative oilfield services contracts. (7/27/17) Michael L. Cohen and Vanja Baros – The former Och-Ziff executives were charged with being the driving forces behind a far-reaching bribery scheme that paid tens of millions of dollars in bribes to high-level government officials in Africa. (1/26/17) NOTE: Och-Ziff and other executives settled charges in 2016. Orthofix International – The Texas-based medical device company agreed to pay more than $6 million to settle charges that its subsidiary in Brazil used high discounts and improper payments to induce doctors under government employment to use Orthofix products. (1/18/17) Cadbury Limited/Mondelez International - The global snacking business agreed to pay a $13 million penalty for FCPA violations occurring after Mondelez (then Kraft Foods Inc.) acquired Cadbury and its subsidiaries, including one in India that proceeded to make illicit payments to obtain government licenses and approvals for a chocolate factory in Baddi. (1/6/17) 2016 General Cable Corporation - The Kentucky-based wire and cable manufacturer agreed to pay more than $75 million to resolve SEC and Justice Department cases related to improper payments to win business in Angola, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Indonesia, and Thailand. (12/29/16) Teva Pharmaceutical - The global generic drug manufacturer agreed to pay $519 million to settle parallel civil and criminal charges that it paid bribes to foreign government officials in Russia, Ukraine, and Mexico. (12/22/16) Braskem S.A. - The Brazilian-based petrochemical manufacturer agreed to pay $957 million in a global settlement for concealing millions of dollars in illicit bribes paid to Brazilian government officials to win business. (12/21/16) JPMorgan - The firm agreed to pay $264 million to the SEC, Justice Department, and Federal Reserve to settle charges that it corruptly influenced government officials and won business in the Asia-Pacific region by giving jobs and internships to their relatives and friends. (11/17/16) Embraer - The Brazilian-based aircraft manufacturer agreed to pay $205 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA to win business in the Dominican Republic, Saudi Arabia, Mozambique, and India. (10/24/16) GlaxoSmithKline – The UK-based pharmaceutical company agreed to pay a $20 million penalty to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when its China-based subsidiaries engaged in pay-to-prescribe schemes to increase sales. (9/30/16) Och-Ziff - The hedge fund and two executives settled charges related to the use of intermediaries, agents, and business partners to pay bribes to high-level government officials in Africa. Och-Ziff agreed to pay $412 million in civil and criminal matters, and CEO Daniel Och agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges against him. (9/29/16) Anheuser-Busch InBev - The Belgium-based global brewery agreed to pay $6 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA by using third-party sales promoters to make improper payments to government officials in India and chilled a whistleblower who reported the misconduct. (9/28/16) Nu Skin Enterprises - The Provo, Utah-based skin care products company agreed to pay more than $765,000 for an improper payment made to a charity related to a high-ranking member of China's Communist Party in order to influence the outcome of a pending provincial regulatory investigation in China. (9/20/16) Jun Ping Zhang - The former chairman/CEO of Harris Corporation's subsidiary in China agreed to pay a $46,000 penalty for violating FCPA by facilitating a bribery scheme that provided illegal gifts to Chinese government officials in order to obtain and retain business for the company. (9/13/16) AstraZeneca - The U.K.-based biopharmaceutical company agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle FCPA violations resulting from improper payments made by subsidiaries in China and Russia to foreign officials. (8/30/16) Key Energy Services - The Houston-based oil field services company agreed to pay $5 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA as a result of payments made by its Mexican subsidiary to an official responsible for negotiating contracts at Mexico's state-owned oil company. (8/11/16) Johnson Controls - The Wisconsin-based global provider of HVAC systems agreed to pay more than $14 million to settle charges that its Chinese subsidiary used sham vendors to make improper payments to employees of Chinese government-owned shipyards and other officials to win business. (7/11/16) Analogic Corp. and Lars Frost - The Massachusetts-based medical device manufacturer agreed to pay nearly $15 million to settle parallel SEC and DOJ actions after its Danish subsidiary acted as a conduit for distributors to funnel money to third parties in hundreds of highly suspicious transactions. Frost, the subsidiary's CFO at the time, agreed to settle SEC charges and pay a penalty. (6/21/16) Akamai Technologies - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with the Massachusetts-based internet services provider in which the company will disgorge more than $650,000 in profits connected to bribes paid to Chinese officials by a foreign subsidiary. Akamai promptly self-reported the misconduct and cooperated extensively with the SEC's investigation. (6/7/16) Nortek - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with the Rhode Island-based residential and commercial building products manufacturer in which the company will disgorge nearly $300,000 in profits connected to bribes paid to Chinese officials by a foreign subsidiary. Nortek promptly self-reported the misconduct and cooperated extensively with the SEC's investigation. (6/7/16) Las Vegas Sands - The casino and resort company agreed to pay $9 million to settle charges that it failed to properly authorize or document millions of dollars in payments to a consultant facilitating business activities in China and Macao. (4/7/16) Novartis AG - The Swiss-based pharmaceutical company agreed to pay $25 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when its China-based subsidiaries engaged in pay-to-prescribe schemes to increase sales. (3/23/16) Nordion Inc. and employee - The Canadian-based health science company and a former employee agreed to collectively pay more than $500,000 to settle FCPA charges. Mikhail Gourevitch, an engineer, arranged bribes to Russian officials for drug approvals and received kickbacks in return. Nordion lacked sufficient internal controls to detect and prevent the scheme. (3/3/16) Qualcomm - The San Diego-based company agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when it hired relatives of Chinese officials deciding whether to select company's products. (3/1/16) VimpelCom - The Dutch-based telecommunications provider agreed to a $795 million global settlement to resolve its violations of the FCPA to win business in Uzbekistan. (2/18/16) PTC - The Massachusetts-based tech company and its Chinese subsidiaries agreed to pay more than $28 million to settle FCPA cases involving bribery of Chinese government officials to win business. (2/16/16) SciClone Pharmaceuticals - The California-based pharmaceutical firm agreed to pay $12 million to settle SEC charges that it violated the FCPA when international subsidiaries increased sales by making improper payments to health care professionals employed at state health institutions in China. (2/4/16) Ignacio Cueto Plaza - The airline executive agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle SEC charges that he violated the FCPA when he authorized improper payments to a third-party consultant who he knew could route portions of the money to union officials in the midst of a labor dispute. (2/4/16) SAP SE - The software manufacturer agreed to give up $3.7 million in sales profits to settle SEC charges that it violated the FCPA when its deficient internal controls enabled an executive to pay bribes to procure business in Panama. (2/1/16) 2015 Bristol-Myers Squibb - SEC charged the New York-based pharmaceutical company with violating the FCPA when employees of its China-based joint venture made improper payments to obtain sales. Bristol-Myers Squibb agreed to pay more than $14 million to settle charges. (10/5/15) Hitachi - SEC charged the Tokyo-based conglomerate with violating the FCPA by inaccurately recording improper payments to South Africa's ruling political party in connection with contracts to build power plants. Hitachi agreed to pay $19 million to settle charges. (9/28/15) BNY Mellon - SEC charged the global investment company with violating the FCPA by providing valuable student internships to family members of foreign government officials affiliated with a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund. BNY Mellon agreed to pay $14.8 million to settle charges. (8/18/15) Mead Johnson Nutrition – SEC charged the infant formula manufacturer with violating the FCPA when its Chinese subsidiary made improper payments to health care professionals to recommend the company's product to new and expectant mothers. Mead Johnson Nutrition agreed to pay $12 million to settle the case. (7/28/15) BHP Billiton - SEC charged global resources company BHP Billiton with violating the FCPA when it sponsored the attendance of foreign government officials at the Summer Olympics. BHP Billiton agreed to pay a $25 million penalty to settle the case. (5/20/15) FLIR Systems - SEC charged Oregon-based FLIR Systems with violating the FCPA by financing a "world tour" of personal travel for Middle East government officials who played key roles in decisions to purchase FLIR products. FLIR, which earned more than $7 million in profits from such sales, agreed to pay $9.5 million to settle the charges. (4/8/15) Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - SEC charged Goodyear with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries paid bribes to land tire sales in Kenya and Angola. The company agreed to pay $16 million to settle the charges. (2/24/15) Walid Hatoum / PBSJ Corporation - SEC charged a former officer at a Tampa, Fla.-based engineering firm with violating the FCPA by offering and authorizing bribes and employment to foreign officials to secure Qatari government contracts. Hatoum agreed to settle the charges, and PBSJ entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and must pay $3.4 million. (1/22/15) 2014 Avon Products Inc. - SEC charged the global beauty products company with violating the FCPA by failing to put controls in place to detect and prevent payments and gifts to Chinese government officials from a subsidiary. Avon agreed to pay $135 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (12/17/14) Bruker Corporation - SEC charged the Billerica, Mass.-based global manufacturer of scientific instruments with violating the FCPA by providing non-business related travel and improper payments to various Chinese government officials in an effort to win business. The company agreed to pay $2.4 million to settle the charges. (12/15/14) Stephen Timms and Yasser Ramahi (FLIR) - SEC charged two former employees in the Dubai office of Oregon-based defense contractor FLIR Systems with violating the FCPA by taking government officials in Saudi Arabia on a “world tour” to help secure business for the company. The two employees later falsified records in an attempt to hide their misconduct. Both agreed to settle the charges and pay penalties. (11/17/14) Bio-Rad Laboratories - SEC charged the California-based clinical diagnostic and life science research company with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries made improper payments to foreign officials in Russia, Vietnam, and Thailand in order to win business. (11/3/14) Layne Christensen Company - SEC charged the Texas-based water management, construction, and drilling company with violating the FCPA by making improper payments to foreign officials in several African countries in order to obtain beneficial treatment and reduce its tax liability. (10/27/14) Smith & Wesson - SEC charged the Springfield, Mass.-based firearms manufacturer with violating the FCPA when employees and representatives authorized and made improper payments to foreign officials while trying to win contracts to supply products to military and law enforcement overseas. (7/28/14) Hewlett-Packard - SEC charged the Palo Alto, Calif.-based technology company with violating the FCPA when subsidiaries in three countries made improper payments to government officials to obtain or retain lucrative public contracts. H-P agreed to pay $108 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (4/9/14) Alcoa - SEC charged the global aluminum producer with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries repeatedly paid bribes to government officials in Bahrain to maintain a key source of business. Alcoa agreed to pay $384 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (1/9/14) 2013 Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. - SEC charged the Illinois-based global food processor for failing to prevent illicit payments made by foreign subsidiaries to Ukrainian government officials in violation of the FCPA. ADM agreed to pay more than $36 million to settle the SEC's charges. (12/20/13) Weatherford International - SEC charged the Swiss-based oilfield services company with authorizing bribes and improper travel and entertainment for foreign officials in the Middle East and Africa to win business. Weatherford agreed to pay more than $250 million to settle cases with the SEC and other agencies. (11/26/13) Stryker Corporation - SEC charged the Michigan-based medical technology company with violating the FCPA by bribing doctors and other government officials in five countries to obtain or retain business and make $7.5 million in illicit profits. Stryker agreed to pay more than $13.2 million to settle the SEC's charges. (10/24/13) Diebold - SEC charged the Ohio-based manufacturer of ATMs and bank security systems with violating the FCPA by bribing officials at government-owned banks with pleasure trips to popular tourist destinations in order to illicitly win business. Diebold agreed to pay $48 million to settle SEC and Justice Department cases. (10/22/13) Total S.A. - SEC charged the France-based oil and gas company for paying bribes to intermediaries of an Iranian government official who then exercised his influence to help the company obtain valuable contracts to develop oil and gas fields. Total agreed to pay $398 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (5/29/13) Ralph Lauren Corporation - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with Ralph Lauren Corporation in which the company will disgorge more than $700,000 in illicit profits and interest obtained in connection with bribes paid by a subsidiary to government officials in Argentina from 2005 to 2009. (4/22/13) Parker Drilling Company - SEC charged the worldwide drilling services and project management firm with violating the FCPA by authorizing improper payments to a third-party intermediary in order to entertain Nigerian officials involved in resolving the company's customs disputes. Parker Drilling agreed to pay $4 million to settle the SEC's charges. (4/16/13) Koninklijke Philips Electronics - SEC charged the Netherlands-based health care company with FCPA violations related to improper payments made by employees at its Polish subsidiary to health care officials in Poland. Philips agreed to pay more than $4.5 million to settle the charges. (4/5/13) 2012 Eli Lilly and Company - SEC charged the Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company for improper payments its subsidiaries made to foreign government officials to win business in Russia, Brazil, China, and Poland. Lilly agreed to pay more than $29 million to settle the charges. (12/20/12) Allianz SE - SEC charged the Germany-based insurer with violating the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA for improper payments to government officials in Indonesia that resulted in $5.3 million in profits. Allianz agreed to pay more than $12.3 million to settle the SEC's charges. (12/17/12) Tyco International - SEC charged the Swiss-based global manufacturer with violating the FCPA when subsidiaries arranged illicit payments to foreign officials in more than a dozen countries. Tyco agreed to pay $26 million to settle the SEC's charges and resolve a criminal matter with the Justice Department. (9/24/12) Oracle - SEC charged the California-based computer technology company with violating FCPA by failing to prevent a subsidiary from secretly setting aside money off the company's books to make unauthorized payments to phony vendors in India. (8/16/12) Pfizer - SEC charged the pharmaceutical company for illegal payments made by its subsidiaries to foreign officials in Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Serbia to obtain regulatory approvals, sales, and increased prescriptions for its products. Pfizer and recently acquired Wyeth LLC - charged with its own FCPA violations - agreed to pay a combined $45 million in their settlements. (8/7/12) Orthofix International - SEC charged the Texas-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when a subsidiary paid routine bribes referred to as “chocolates” to Mexican officials in order to obtain lucrative sales contracts with government hospitals. (7/10/12) Former Morgan Stanley executive - SEC charged Garth R. Peterson with secretly acquiring millions of dollars worth of real estate investments for himself and an influential Chinese official who in turn steered business to Morgan Stanley's funds. He agreed to a settlement in which he is permanently barred from the securities industry and must pay more than $250,000 in disgorgement and relinquish his approximately $3.4 million interest in Shanghai real estate acquired in his scheme. (4/25/12) Biomet - SEC charged the Warsaw, Ind.-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries and agents bribed public doctors in Argentina, Brazil, and China for nearly a decade to win business. (3/26/12) Noble Corporation executives - SEC charged three oil services executives with bribing customs officials in Nigeria to obtain illicit permits for oil rigs in order to retain business under lucrative drilling contracts. (2/24/12) Smith & Nephew - SEC charged the London-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when its U.S. and German subsidiaries bribed public doctors in Greece for more than a decade to win business. The company and its U.S. subsidiary agreed to pay more than $22 million to settle civil and criminal cases. (2/6/12) 2011 Magyar Telekom - SEC charged the largest telecommunications provider in Hungary and three of its former top executives with bribing government and political party officials in Macedonia and Montenegro. The firm and its parent company agreed to pay $95 million to settle civil and criminal charges. (12/29/11) Aon Corporation - SEC charged one of the world's largest insurance brokerage firms with violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA. Aon agreed to pay $14.5 million to settle SEC charges and a $1.7 million criminal fine to the Department of Justice. (12/20/11) Siemens executives - SEC charged seven former Siemens executives for their involvement in the company's decade-long bribery scheme to retain a $1 billion government contract to produce national identity cards for Argentine citizens. (12/13/11) Watts Water Technologies and Leesen Chang – SEC charged the company and a former vice president of sales for improper payments disguised as sales commissions by its Chinese subsidiary to employees at state-owned design institutes in order to influence design specifications that favored their valve products for infrastructure products in China. (10/13/11) Diageo – SEC charged one of the world's largest producers of premium alcoholic beverages for making $2.7 million in improper payments to government officials in India, Thailand, and South Korea to obtain lucrative sales and tax benefits. Diageo agreed to pay more than $16 million to settle the case. (7/27/11) [Administrative Proceeding] Armor Holdings – SEC charged the Jacksonville, Fla.-based body armor supplier for illicit payments to United Nations officials to obtain contracts related to U.N. peacekeeping missions. Armor Holdings agreed to an SEC settlement of $5.7 million and a criminal fine of $10.29 million. (7/13/11) Tenaris – SEC sanctioned the global manufacturer of steel pipe products for bribing Uzbekistan government officials during a bidding process to supply pipelines for transporting oil and natural gas. Tenaris agreed to pay $5.4 million under a Deferred Prosecution Agreement, and paid a $3.9 million criminal fine. (5/17/11) Rockwell Automation – SEC charged the Milwaukee-based company for illicit payments made and leisure travel provided by a former subsidiary in China to state-owned enterprises that provided design engineering and technical integration services to influence contract awards. (5/3/11) Johnson & Johnson – SEC charged the New Brunswick, N.J.-based pharmaceutical company for bribing public doctors in several European countries to win contracts for their products and paying kickbacks to Iraq to illegally obtain business. J&J agreed to pay $70 million to settle cases brought by the SEC and criminal authorities. (4/8/11) Comverse Technology – SEC charged the New York-based company for its Israeli subsidiary's improper offshore payments to government officials in Greece. (4/7/11) Ball Corporation – SEC charged the Colorado-based manufacturer of metal packaging for beverages, foods and household products for improper payments to employees of Argentina's government in order to import prohibited used machinery and export raw materials at reduced tariffs. (3/24/11) [Administrative Proceeding] International Business Machines Corp. – SEC charged IBM for providing improper cash payments, gifts, and travel and entertainment to government officials in China and South Korea in order to secure the sale of IBM products. IBM agreed to pay $10 million to settle the SEC's charges. (3/18/11) Tyson Foods – SEC charged the worldwide chicken manufacturer for making illicit payments to two Mexican government veterinarians responsible for certifying its Mexican subsidiary's chicken products for export sales. Tyson Foods agreed to pay $5 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (2/10/11) Maxwell Technologies – SEC charged the energy-related products manufacturer for making repeated bribes to Chinese government officials to obtain business from several state-owned entities. San Diego-based Maxwell agreed to an SEC settlement of more than $6.3 million as well as an $8 million criminal penalty. (1/31/11) Paul W. Jennings (Innospec) – SEC charged the CEO of Innospec for approving bribes paid to government officials in Iraq and Indonesia. (1/24/11) 2010 Alcatel-Lucent – SEC charged the Paris-based telecommunications company for using consultants who performed little or no legitimate work to funnel bribes to government officials and win contracts in Latin America and Asia. Alcatel agreed to pay $137 million to settle SEC and Department of Justice charges. (12/27/10) RAE Systems – SEC charged San Jose-based company for making improper payments to Chinese officials through two of its Chinese joint venture entities in order to obtain significant government contracts for sale of gas and chemical detection products. (12/10/10) Seven Oil Services and Freight Forwarding Companies – The SEC charged Panalpina, Pride International, Tidewater, Transocean, GlobalSantaFe Corp., Noble Corporation, and Royal Dutch Shell plc with widespread bribery of customs officials in more than 10 countries to receive preferential treatment and improper benefits during the customs process. (11/4/10) [Administrative Proceeding] ABB Ltd. – SEC charged the Swiss-based global provider of power and automation products for using a U.S. subsidiary to pay bribes to officials at Mexico's largest power company as well as to pay kickbacks to Iraq to obtain contracts under the U.N. Oil for Food Program. ABB agreed to a $39.3 million settlement. (9/29/10) Alliance One and Universal Corporation – SEC charged two global tobacco companies for making more than $5 million in secret payments to curry favor with government officials in Thailand and around the world to illicitly obtain tobacco sales contracts. The companies paid $28.3 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (8/6/10) Joe Summers (Pride International) – SEC charged a former manager at one of the world's largest offshore drilling companies for authorizing bribes to government officials in Venezuela to extend drilling contracts and secure difficult-to-obtain receivables from the government following widespread strikes and civil unrest. (8/5/10) David P. Turner and Ousama Naaman (Innospec) – SEC charged a former business director at Innospec and the company's third-party agent in Iraq for engaging in widespread bribery of Iraqi government officials to land contracts under the U.N. Oil-for-Food Program. (8/5/10) General Electric, Ionics Inc., and Amersham plc – SEC charged GE and two subsidiaries for illegal kickback payments made in the form of cash, computer equipment, medical supplies, and services to the Iraqi government in order to obtain U.N. Oil for Food Program contracts. GE paid $23 million to settle the charges. (7/27/10) ENI and Snamprogetti Netherlands BV – SEC charged an Italian company and its former Dutch subsidiary in a decade-long bribery scheme that included deliveries of cash-filled briefcases and vehicles to Nigerian government officials to win construction contracts. Snamprogetti and ENI jointly paid $365 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (7/7/10) Veraz Networks – SEC charged the California-based telecommunications company for improper gifts and payments made to foreign officials in China and Vietnam to win business shortly after the company went public. (6/29/10) Technip SA – SEC charged the Paris-based global engineering company for bribing Nigerian government officials over a 10-year period in order to win construction contracts worth more than $6 billion. Technip agreed to pay $338 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (6/28/10) Elkin, Myers, Reynolds, Williams (Alliance One) – SEC charged four former executives and employees at the global tobacco company now named Alliance One International for their involvement in the payment of bribes to government officials in Kyrgyzstan and Thailand. (4/28/10) DaimlerChrysler AG – SEC charged the Stuttgart, Germany-based automobile manufacturer for its repeated and systematic practice of paying bribes to foreign government officials to secure business in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. Daimler paid $185 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (4/1/10) Innospec Inc. – SEC charged the specialty chemical company for its widespread bribery of foreign government officials in Iraq and Indonesia to obtain and retain business. Innospec agreed to a $40.2 million global settlement with the SEC and other agencies in the U.S. and U.K. (3/18/10) NATCO Group Inc. – SEC charged the Houston-based oil field services provider for the misconduct of a subsidiary in creating and accepting false documents while paying extorted immigration fines and obtaining immigration visas in Kazakhstan. (1/11/10) [Administrative Proceeding] Liviu Pleșoianu, Deputat PSD – Parlamentul României

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Kovesi? Te duci la ONU sau te duci după ONEA? Înțeleg că mâine intenționezi să îi minți și pe cei de la ONU. Stai liniștită, voi avea și eu grijă să afle toată lumea de pe acolo cine ești și cu ce te-ai ocupat în toți acești ani! Îmi pare rău că nu am aflat mai devreme că mergi acolo, că te-ai fi trezit cu mine în sală cum te-ai trezit și toamna trecută la Bruxelles! Nici acum nu demisionezi, #Sufrageristă_IMPOSTOARE? Ia ziceți, mercenari de presă, orci fardați, cum e cu Unitatea de Paraditori de Elită DNA-HAULES Ploiești? Cum e #REZIST, #CorupțiaUcide, #Cioloș, #USR, #PNL, #Werner? Ce faceți acum? Tăceți ca... floarea-n tufă? Eram eu "penibil" protestând cu #PORTOCALE la Cotroceni? Sau voi sunteți #SCLAVII Noii Securități? Cum e, Werner? Cum e să nu mai fie "penal" Tăriceanu? Cum e să fie, în schimb, "penali" tocmai procurorii de "elită" ai DNA, Onea și Portocală? Cum e, Munte de Ipocrizie și de Impostură? Se limpezesc apele... TIC-TAC! ...Fie să FIM! P.S. CEX PSD? #MitingMareLaCotroceni! Asta trebuie făcut! #JosNouaSecuritate

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Scrisoare deschisă către ambasadele din România ale Statelor Unite ale Americii, Franței, Germaniei, Olandei și Suediei: STOPați exportul de corupție! În calitate de deputat ales în Parlamentul României, îmi exprim deosebita îngrijorare cu privire la nivelul foarte ridicat al exportului de corupție dinspre țările dumneavoastră către alte state, inclusiv către România. Conform datelor oficiale (The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission - Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), companii de renume din țările pe care le reprezentați afectează zeci de state ale lumii în care, pentru a obține beneficii financiare, oferă mită în valoare de sute de milioane de dolari. În total, doar din ce s-a investigat până acum, rezultă un cuantum de 4.902.913.195 de dolari. La această sumă se ridică nivelul MITEI date în străinătate (aproape CINCI MILIARDE de dolari)! Iar amenzile pe care le-au primit companiile care au dat MITĂ în alte state (în special în Europa de Est, Asia, Africa și America de Sud) totalizează 10.722.513.931 de dolari (aproape 11 MILIARDE de dolari), fără a lua în calcul și amenzile de zeci de MILIARDE de dolari primite de diferite bănci de renume din țările dumneavoastră! Iată doar câteva cazuri celebre de amenzi primite de companii din statele dumneavoastră pentru DARE DE MITĂ (infracțiune de #CORUPȚIE) în alte țări: - Siemens (Germania): amendă de 1,6 MILIARDE de dolari; - Telia Company AB (Suedia): 965 de MILIOANE de dolari; - VimpelCom (Olanda) 795 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Alstom (Franța): 772 de MILIOANE de dolari; - KBR / Halliburton (SUA): 579 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Teva Pharmaceutical (Israel): 519 MILIOANE de dolari; - Och-Ziff (SUA): 412 MILIOANE de dolari; - BAE (Marea Britanie): 400 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Total SA (Franța): 398 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Alcoa (SUA): 384 de MILIOANE de dolari; - Snamprogetti Netherlands B.V. / ENI S.p.A (Olanda/Italia): 365 de MILIOANE de dolari. ...Desigur, ar trebui să adăugăm celebrul caz de rușinoasă ÎNȘELĂTORIE la nivel global: Volkswagen (Germania), scandalul „Dieselgate” – amendă de 14,7 MILIARDE de dolari! Ar trebui să ne referim și la cele 13 MILIARDE de euro pe care compania americană APPLE a... „omis” să le plătească în Irlanda. Și nu putem să uităm nici amenzile astronomice cu care au fost sancționate băncile care au generat criza economică și financiară mondială: - JPMorgan Chase (SUA): 5,29 MILIARDE de dolari; - Credit Suisse (Elveția): 5,3 MILIARDE de dolari; - Wells Fargo (SUA): 5,35 MILIARDE de dolari; - Deutsche Bank (Germania): 7,2 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA): 8,5 MILIARDE de dolari; - BNP Paribas (Franța): 8,9 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA, nouă amendă): 11,8 MILIARDE de dolari; - JP Morgan Chase (SUA, nouă amendă): 13 MILIARDE de dolari; - Bank of America (SUA, nouă amendă): 16,65 MILIARDE de dolari. În plus, ar trebui să ne spuneți și unde este în opinia dumneavoastră CORUPĂTORUL în celebrele dosare Microsoft și EADS, dosare instrumentate de nu mai puțin celebra Laura Codruța Kovesi, cea pe care cu toții ați lăudat-o sau chiar ați medaliat-o. Unde e CORUPĂTORUL din țările dumneavoastră? Reiau solicitarea de la începutul acestei scrisori: STOPați exportul de #CORUPȚIE! Companii de renume din țările dumneavoastră DAU MITĂ în alte țări, inclusiv în România. România NU exportă corupție! Statele dumneavoastră însă o fac! Și e vremea ca acest lucru să înceteze. Cu speranța că veți începe să luptați cu adevărat împotriva #CORUPȚIEI colosale din țările dumneavoastră, vă asigurăm de tot sprijinul nostru. România NU exportă corupție și este un model din acest punct de vedere. Puteți apela oricând la ajutorul nostru dacă întâmpinați dificultăți în eradicarea corupției de MILIARDE de dolari care a cuprins mult prea multe dintre companiile dumneavoastră de renume mondial... Iată, la final, și o listă mai lungă de amenzi pentru dare de mită în străinătate, din 2010 și până în prezent, cu mențiunea că NICIO COMPANIE ROMÂNEASCĂ nu se află pe lista RUȘINOASĂ a companiilor care CORUP alte state: 2018 Kinross Gold – The Canada-based gold mining company agreed to pay a $950,000 penalty to resolve FCPA violations arising from its repeated failure to implement adequate accounting controls of two subsidiaries in Africa. (3/26/18) Elbit Imaging – The Israel-based company agreed to pay a $500,000 penalty to resolve FCPA violations stemming from payments to consultants for purported services related to a real estate development project in Romania. (3/9/18) 2017 Telia – The Sweden-based telecommunications provider agreed to pay $965 million in a global settlement to resolve violations of the FCPA to win business in Uzbekistan. (9/21/17) Halliburton – The company agreed to pay $29.2 million and a former vice president agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle charges related to payments made to a local company in Angola in the course of winning lucrative oilfield services contracts. (7/27/17) Michael L. Cohen and Vanja Baros – The former Och-Ziff executives were charged with being the driving forces behind a far-reaching bribery scheme that paid tens of millions of dollars in bribes to high-level government officials in Africa. (1/26/17) NOTE: Och-Ziff and other executives settled charges in 2016. Orthofix International – The Texas-based medical device company agreed to pay more than $6 million to settle charges that its subsidiary in Brazil used high discounts and improper payments to induce doctors under government employment to use Orthofix products. (1/18/17) Cadbury Limited/Mondelez International - The global snacking business agreed to pay a $13 million penalty for FCPA violations occurring after Mondelez (then Kraft Foods Inc.) acquired Cadbury and its subsidiaries, including one in India that proceeded to make illicit payments to obtain government licenses and approvals for a chocolate factory in Baddi. (1/6/17) 2016 General Cable Corporation - The Kentucky-based wire and cable manufacturer agreed to pay more than $75 million to resolve SEC and Justice Department cases related to improper payments to win business in Angola, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Indonesia, and Thailand. (12/29/16) Teva Pharmaceutical - The global generic drug manufacturer agreed to pay $519 million to settle parallel civil and criminal charges that it paid bribes to foreign government officials in Russia, Ukraine, and Mexico. (12/22/16) Braskem S.A. - The Brazilian-based petrochemical manufacturer agreed to pay $957 million in a global settlement for concealing millions of dollars in illicit bribes paid to Brazilian government officials to win business. (12/21/16) JPMorgan - The firm agreed to pay $264 million to the SEC, Justice Department, and Federal Reserve to settle charges that it corruptly influenced government officials and won business in the Asia-Pacific region by giving jobs and internships to their relatives and friends. (11/17/16) Embraer - The Brazilian-based aircraft manufacturer agreed to pay $205 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA to win business in the Dominican Republic, Saudi Arabia, Mozambique, and India. (10/24/16) GlaxoSmithKline – The UK-based pharmaceutical company agreed to pay a $20 million penalty to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when its China-based subsidiaries engaged in pay-to-prescribe schemes to increase sales. (9/30/16) Och-Ziff - The hedge fund and two executives settled charges related to the use of intermediaries, agents, and business partners to pay bribes to high-level government officials in Africa. Och-Ziff agreed to pay $412 million in civil and criminal matters, and CEO Daniel Och agreed to pay $2.2 million to settle charges against him. (9/29/16) Anheuser-Busch InBev - The Belgium-based global brewery agreed to pay $6 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA by using third-party sales promoters to make improper payments to government officials in India and chilled a whistleblower who reported the misconduct. (9/28/16) Nu Skin Enterprises - The Provo, Utah-based skin care products company agreed to pay more than $765,000 for an improper payment made to a charity related to a high-ranking member of China's Communist Party in order to influence the outcome of a pending provincial regulatory investigation in China. (9/20/16) Jun Ping Zhang - The former chairman/CEO of Harris Corporation's subsidiary in China agreed to pay a $46,000 penalty for violating FCPA by facilitating a bribery scheme that provided illegal gifts to Chinese government officials in order to obtain and retain business for the company. (9/13/16) AstraZeneca - The U.K.-based biopharmaceutical company agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle FCPA violations resulting from improper payments made by subsidiaries in China and Russia to foreign officials. (8/30/16) Key Energy Services - The Houston-based oil field services company agreed to pay $5 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA as a result of payments made by its Mexican subsidiary to an official responsible for negotiating contracts at Mexico's state-owned oil company. (8/11/16) Johnson Controls - The Wisconsin-based global provider of HVAC systems agreed to pay more than $14 million to settle charges that its Chinese subsidiary used sham vendors to make improper payments to employees of Chinese government-owned shipyards and other officials to win business. (7/11/16) Analogic Corp. and Lars Frost - The Massachusetts-based medical device manufacturer agreed to pay nearly $15 million to settle parallel SEC and DOJ actions after its Danish subsidiary acted as a conduit for distributors to funnel money to third parties in hundreds of highly suspicious transactions. Frost, the subsidiary's CFO at the time, agreed to settle SEC charges and pay a penalty. (6/21/16) Akamai Technologies - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with the Massachusetts-based internet services provider in which the company will disgorge more than $650,000 in profits connected to bribes paid to Chinese officials by a foreign subsidiary. Akamai promptly self-reported the misconduct and cooperated extensively with the SEC's investigation. (6/7/16) Nortek - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with the Rhode Island-based residential and commercial building products manufacturer in which the company will disgorge nearly $300,000 in profits connected to bribes paid to Chinese officials by a foreign subsidiary. Nortek promptly self-reported the misconduct and cooperated extensively with the SEC's investigation. (6/7/16) Las Vegas Sands - The casino and resort company agreed to pay $9 million to settle charges that it failed to properly authorize or document millions of dollars in payments to a consultant facilitating business activities in China and Macao. (4/7/16) Novartis AG - The Swiss-based pharmaceutical company agreed to pay $25 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when its China-based subsidiaries engaged in pay-to-prescribe schemes to increase sales. (3/23/16) Nordion Inc. and employee - The Canadian-based health science company and a former employee agreed to collectively pay more than $500,000 to settle FCPA charges. Mikhail Gourevitch, an engineer, arranged bribes to Russian officials for drug approvals and received kickbacks in return. Nordion lacked sufficient internal controls to detect and prevent the scheme. (3/3/16) Qualcomm - The San Diego-based company agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle charges that it violated the FCPA when it hired relatives of Chinese officials deciding whether to select company's products. (3/1/16) VimpelCom - The Dutch-based telecommunications provider agreed to a $795 million global settlement to resolve its violations of the FCPA to win business in Uzbekistan. (2/18/16) PTC - The Massachusetts-based tech company and its Chinese subsidiaries agreed to pay more than $28 million to settle FCPA cases involving bribery of Chinese government officials to win business. (2/16/16) SciClone Pharmaceuticals - The California-based pharmaceutical firm agreed to pay $12 million to settle SEC charges that it violated the FCPA when international subsidiaries increased sales by making improper payments to health care professionals employed at state health institutions in China. (2/4/16) Ignacio Cueto Plaza - The airline executive agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle SEC charges that he violated the FCPA when he authorized improper payments to a third-party consultant who he knew could route portions of the money to union officials in the midst of a labor dispute. (2/4/16) SAP SE - The software manufacturer agreed to give up $3.7 million in sales profits to settle SEC charges that it violated the FCPA when its deficient internal controls enabled an executive to pay bribes to procure business in Panama. (2/1/16) 2015 Bristol-Myers Squibb - SEC charged the New York-based pharmaceutical company with violating the FCPA when employees of its China-based joint venture made improper payments to obtain sales. Bristol-Myers Squibb agreed to pay more than $14 million to settle charges. (10/5/15) Hitachi - SEC charged the Tokyo-based conglomerate with violating the FCPA by inaccurately recording improper payments to South Africa's ruling political party in connection with contracts to build power plants. Hitachi agreed to pay $19 million to settle charges. (9/28/15) BNY Mellon - SEC charged the global investment company with violating the FCPA by providing valuable student internships to family members of foreign government officials affiliated with a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund. BNY Mellon agreed to pay $14.8 million to settle charges. (8/18/15) Mead Johnson Nutrition – SEC charged the infant formula manufacturer with violating the FCPA when its Chinese subsidiary made improper payments to health care professionals to recommend the company's product to new and expectant mothers. Mead Johnson Nutrition agreed to pay $12 million to settle the case. (7/28/15) BHP Billiton - SEC charged global resources company BHP Billiton with violating the FCPA when it sponsored the attendance of foreign government officials at the Summer Olympics. BHP Billiton agreed to pay a $25 million penalty to settle the case. (5/20/15) FLIR Systems - SEC charged Oregon-based FLIR Systems with violating the FCPA by financing a "world tour" of personal travel for Middle East government officials who played key roles in decisions to purchase FLIR products. FLIR, which earned more than $7 million in profits from such sales, agreed to pay $9.5 million to settle the charges. (4/8/15) Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - SEC charged Goodyear with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries paid bribes to land tire sales in Kenya and Angola. The company agreed to pay $16 million to settle the charges. (2/24/15) Walid Hatoum / PBSJ Corporation - SEC charged a former officer at a Tampa, Fla.-based engineering firm with violating the FCPA by offering and authorizing bribes and employment to foreign officials to secure Qatari government contracts. Hatoum agreed to settle the charges, and PBSJ entered into a deferred prosecution agreement and must pay $3.4 million. (1/22/15) 2014 Avon Products Inc. - SEC charged the global beauty products company with violating the FCPA by failing to put controls in place to detect and prevent payments and gifts to Chinese government officials from a subsidiary. Avon agreed to pay $135 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (12/17/14) Bruker Corporation - SEC charged the Billerica, Mass.-based global manufacturer of scientific instruments with violating the FCPA by providing non-business related travel and improper payments to various Chinese government officials in an effort to win business. The company agreed to pay $2.4 million to settle the charges. (12/15/14) Stephen Timms and Yasser Ramahi (FLIR) - SEC charged two former employees in the Dubai office of Oregon-based defense contractor FLIR Systems with violating the FCPA by taking government officials in Saudi Arabia on a “world tour” to help secure business for the company. The two employees later falsified records in an attempt to hide their misconduct. Both agreed to settle the charges and pay penalties. (11/17/14) Bio-Rad Laboratories - SEC charged the California-based clinical diagnostic and life science research company with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries made improper payments to foreign officials in Russia, Vietnam, and Thailand in order to win business. (11/3/14) Layne Christensen Company - SEC charged the Texas-based water management, construction, and drilling company with violating the FCPA by making improper payments to foreign officials in several African countries in order to obtain beneficial treatment and reduce its tax liability. (10/27/14) Smith & Wesson - SEC charged the Springfield, Mass.-based firearms manufacturer with violating the FCPA when employees and representatives authorized and made improper payments to foreign officials while trying to win contracts to supply products to military and law enforcement overseas. (7/28/14) Hewlett-Packard - SEC charged the Palo Alto, Calif.-based technology company with violating the FCPA when subsidiaries in three countries made improper payments to government officials to obtain or retain lucrative public contracts. H-P agreed to pay $108 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (4/9/14) Alcoa - SEC charged the global aluminum producer with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries repeatedly paid bribes to government officials in Bahrain to maintain a key source of business. Alcoa agreed to pay $384 million to settle the SEC charges and a parallel criminal case. (1/9/14) 2013 Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. - SEC charged the Illinois-based global food processor for failing to prevent illicit payments made by foreign subsidiaries to Ukrainian government officials in violation of the FCPA. ADM agreed to pay more than $36 million to settle the SEC's charges. (12/20/13) Weatherford International - SEC charged the Swiss-based oilfield services company with authorizing bribes and improper travel and entertainment for foreign officials in the Middle East and Africa to win business. Weatherford agreed to pay more than $250 million to settle cases with the SEC and other agencies. (11/26/13) Stryker Corporation - SEC charged the Michigan-based medical technology company with violating the FCPA by bribing doctors and other government officials in five countries to obtain or retain business and make $7.5 million in illicit profits. Stryker agreed to pay more than $13.2 million to settle the SEC's charges. (10/24/13) Diebold - SEC charged the Ohio-based manufacturer of ATMs and bank security systems with violating the FCPA by bribing officials at government-owned banks with pleasure trips to popular tourist destinations in order to illicitly win business. Diebold agreed to pay $48 million to settle SEC and Justice Department cases. (10/22/13) Total S.A. - SEC charged the France-based oil and gas company for paying bribes to intermediaries of an Iranian government official who then exercised his influence to help the company obtain valuable contracts to develop oil and gas fields. Total agreed to pay $398 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (5/29/13) Ralph Lauren Corporation - SEC announced a non-prosecution agreement (NPA) with Ralph Lauren Corporation in which the company will disgorge more than $700,000 in illicit profits and interest obtained in connection with bribes paid by a subsidiary to government officials in Argentina from 2005 to 2009. (4/22/13) Parker Drilling Company - SEC charged the worldwide drilling services and project management firm with violating the FCPA by authorizing improper payments to a third-party intermediary in order to entertain Nigerian officials involved in resolving the company's customs disputes. Parker Drilling agreed to pay $4 million to settle the SEC's charges. (4/16/13) Koninklijke Philips Electronics - SEC charged the Netherlands-based health care company with FCPA violations related to improper payments made by employees at its Polish subsidiary to health care officials in Poland. Philips agreed to pay more than $4.5 million to settle the charges. (4/5/13) 2012 Eli Lilly and Company - SEC charged the Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company for improper payments its subsidiaries made to foreign government officials to win business in Russia, Brazil, China, and Poland. Lilly agreed to pay more than $29 million to settle the charges. (12/20/12) Allianz SE - SEC charged the Germany-based insurer with violating the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA for improper payments to government officials in Indonesia that resulted in $5.3 million in profits. Allianz agreed to pay more than $12.3 million to settle the SEC's charges. (12/17/12) Tyco International - SEC charged the Swiss-based global manufacturer with violating the FCPA when subsidiaries arranged illicit payments to foreign officials in more than a dozen countries. Tyco agreed to pay $26 million to settle the SEC's charges and resolve a criminal matter with the Justice Department. (9/24/12) Oracle - SEC charged the California-based computer technology company with violating FCPA by failing to prevent a subsidiary from secretly setting aside money off the company's books to make unauthorized payments to phony vendors in India. (8/16/12) Pfizer - SEC charged the pharmaceutical company for illegal payments made by its subsidiaries to foreign officials in Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Serbia to obtain regulatory approvals, sales, and increased prescriptions for its products. Pfizer and recently acquired Wyeth LLC - charged with its own FCPA violations - agreed to pay a combined $45 million in their settlements. (8/7/12) Orthofix International - SEC charged the Texas-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when a subsidiary paid routine bribes referred to as “chocolates” to Mexican officials in order to obtain lucrative sales contracts with government hospitals. (7/10/12) Former Morgan Stanley executive - SEC charged Garth R. Peterson with secretly acquiring millions of dollars worth of real estate investments for himself and an influential Chinese official who in turn steered business to Morgan Stanley's funds. He agreed to a settlement in which he is permanently barred from the securities industry and must pay more than $250,000 in disgorgement and relinquish his approximately $3.4 million interest in Shanghai real estate acquired in his scheme. (4/25/12) Biomet - SEC charged the Warsaw, Ind.-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when its subsidiaries and agents bribed public doctors in Argentina, Brazil, and China for nearly a decade to win business. (3/26/12) Noble Corporation executives - SEC charged three oil services executives with bribing customs officials in Nigeria to obtain illicit permits for oil rigs in order to retain business under lucrative drilling contracts. (2/24/12) Smith & Nephew - SEC charged the London-based medical device company with violating the FCPA when its U.S. and German subsidiaries bribed public doctors in Greece for more than a decade to win business. The company and its U.S. subsidiary agreed to pay more than $22 million to settle civil and criminal cases. (2/6/12) 2011 Magyar Telekom - SEC charged the largest telecommunications provider in Hungary and three of its former top executives with bribing government and political party officials in Macedonia and Montenegro. The firm and its parent company agreed to pay $95 million to settle civil and criminal charges. (12/29/11) Aon Corporation - SEC charged one of the world's largest insurance brokerage firms with violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA. Aon agreed to pay $14.5 million to settle SEC charges and a $1.7 million criminal fine to the Department of Justice. (12/20/11) Siemens executives - SEC charged seven former Siemens executives for their involvement in the company's decade-long bribery scheme to retain a $1 billion government contract to produce national identity cards for Argentine citizens. (12/13/11) Watts Water Technologies and Leesen Chang – SEC charged the company and a former vice president of sales for improper payments disguised as sales commissions by its Chinese subsidiary to employees at state-owned design institutes in order to influence design specifications that favored their valve products for infrastructure products in China. (10/13/11) Diageo – SEC charged one of the world's largest producers of premium alcoholic beverages for making $2.7 million in improper payments to government officials in India, Thailand, and South Korea to obtain lucrative sales and tax benefits. Diageo agreed to pay more than $16 million to settle the case. (7/27/11) [Administrative Proceeding] Armor Holdings – SEC charged the Jacksonville, Fla.-based body armor supplier for illicit payments to United Nations officials to obtain contracts related to U.N. peacekeeping missions. Armor Holdings agreed to an SEC settlement of $5.7 million and a criminal fine of $10.29 million. (7/13/11) Tenaris – SEC sanctioned the global manufacturer of steel pipe products for bribing Uzbekistan government officials during a bidding process to supply pipelines for transporting oil and natural gas. Tenaris agreed to pay $5.4 million under a Deferred Prosecution Agreement, and paid a $3.9 million criminal fine. (5/17/11) Rockwell Automation – SEC charged the Milwaukee-based company for illicit payments made and leisure travel provided by a former subsidiary in China to state-owned enterprises that provided design engineering and technical integration services to influence contract awards. (5/3/11) Johnson & Johnson – SEC charged the New Brunswick, N.J.-based pharmaceutical company for bribing public doctors in several European countries to win contracts for their products and paying kickbacks to Iraq to illegally obtain business. J&J agreed to pay $70 million to settle cases brought by the SEC and criminal authorities. (4/8/11) Comverse Technology – SEC charged the New York-based company for its Israeli subsidiary's improper offshore payments to government officials in Greece. (4/7/11) Ball Corporation – SEC charged the Colorado-based manufacturer of metal packaging for beverages, foods and household products for improper payments to employees of Argentina's government in order to import prohibited used machinery and export raw materials at reduced tariffs. (3/24/11) [Administrative Proceeding] International Business Machines Corp. – SEC charged IBM for providing improper cash payments, gifts, and travel and entertainment to government officials in China and South Korea in order to secure the sale of IBM products. IBM agreed to pay $10 million to settle the SEC's charges. (3/18/11) Tyson Foods – SEC charged the worldwide chicken manufacturer for making illicit payments to two Mexican government veterinarians responsible for certifying its Mexican subsidiary's chicken products for export sales. Tyson Foods agreed to pay $5 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (2/10/11) Maxwell Technologies – SEC charged the energy-related products manufacturer for making repeated bribes to Chinese government officials to obtain business from several state-owned entities. San Diego-based Maxwell agreed to an SEC settlement of more than $6.3 million as well as an $8 million criminal penalty. (1/31/11) Paul W. Jennings (Innospec) – SEC charged the CEO of Innospec for approving bribes paid to government officials in Iraq and Indonesia. (1/24/11) 2010 Alcatel-Lucent – SEC charged the Paris-based telecommunications company for using consultants who performed little or no legitimate work to funnel bribes to government officials and win contracts in Latin America and Asia. Alcatel agreed to pay $137 million to settle SEC and Department of Justice charges. (12/27/10) RAE Systems – SEC charged San Jose-based company for making improper payments to Chinese officials through two of its Chinese joint venture entities in order to obtain significant government contracts for sale of gas and chemical detection products. (12/10/10) Seven Oil Services and Freight Forwarding Companies – The SEC charged Panalpina, Pride International, Tidewater, Transocean, GlobalSantaFe Corp., Noble Corporation, and Royal Dutch Shell plc with widespread bribery of customs officials in more than 10 countries to receive preferential treatment and improper benefits during the customs process. (11/4/10) [Administrative Proceeding] ABB Ltd. – SEC charged the Swiss-based global provider of power and automation products for using a U.S. subsidiary to pay bribes to officials at Mexico's largest power company as well as to pay kickbacks to Iraq to obtain contracts under the U.N. Oil for Food Program. ABB agreed to a $39.3 million settlement. (9/29/10) Alliance One and Universal Corporation – SEC charged two global tobacco companies for making more than $5 million in secret payments to curry favor with government officials in Thailand and around the world to illicitly obtain tobacco sales contracts. The companies paid $28.3 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (8/6/10) Joe Summers (Pride International) – SEC charged a former manager at one of the world's largest offshore drilling companies for authorizing bribes to government officials in Venezuela to extend drilling contracts and secure difficult-to-obtain receivables from the government following widespread strikes and civil unrest. (8/5/10) David P. Turner and Ousama Naaman (Innospec) – SEC charged a former business director at Innospec and the company's third-party agent in Iraq for engaging in widespread bribery of Iraqi government officials to land contracts under the U.N. Oil-for-Food Program. (8/5/10) General Electric, Ionics Inc., and Amersham plc – SEC charged GE and two subsidiaries for illegal kickback payments made in the form of cash, computer equipment, medical supplies, and services to the Iraqi government in order to obtain U.N. Oil for Food Program contracts. GE paid $23 million to settle the charges. (7/27/10) ENI and Snamprogetti Netherlands BV – SEC charged an Italian company and its former Dutch subsidiary in a decade-long bribery scheme that included deliveries of cash-filled briefcases and vehicles to Nigerian government officials to win construction contracts. Snamprogetti and ENI jointly paid $365 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (7/7/10) Veraz Networks – SEC charged the California-based telecommunications company for improper gifts and payments made to foreign officials in China and Vietnam to win business shortly after the company went public. (6/29/10) Technip SA – SEC charged the Paris-based global engineering company for bribing Nigerian government officials over a 10-year period in order to win construction contracts worth more than $6 billion. Technip agreed to pay $338 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (6/28/10) Elkin, Myers, Reynolds, Williams (Alliance One) – SEC charged four former executives and employees at the global tobacco company now named Alliance One International for their involvement in the payment of bribes to government officials in Kyrgyzstan and Thailand. (4/28/10) DaimlerChrysler AG – SEC charged the Stuttgart, Germany-based automobile manufacturer for its repeated and systematic practice of paying bribes to foreign government officials to secure business in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. Daimler paid $185 million to settle SEC and criminal charges. (4/1/10) Innospec Inc. – SEC charged the specialty chemical company for its widespread bribery of foreign government officials in Iraq and Indonesia to obtain and retain business. Innospec agreed to a $40.2 million global settlement with the SEC and other agencies in the U.S. and U.K. (3/18/10) NATCO Group Inc. – SEC charged the Houston-based oil field services provider for the misconduct of a subsidiary in creating and accepting false documents while paying extorted immigration fines and obtaining immigration visas in Kazakhstan. (1/11/10) [Administrative Proceeding] Liviu Pleșoianu, Deputat PSD – Parlamentul României

Mostră de #IPOCRIZIE și #MANIPULARE …

Mostră de #IPOCRIZIE și #MANIPULARE La doar o oră după ce scriam aici despre legăturile cu SOROS ale celor care organizează la Bruxelles expoziția „Vrem justiție, nu corupție”, un ins pe nume Alex Marius Ostafe publică o poză modificată grosolan și zice așa: „Aceasta poza nu este un fals!!!Liviu Plesoianu deputat in Parlamentul Romaniei!!!Incredibil....No words”. Poza inițială, reală, este cea din februarie anul trecut, când am protestat în Parlamentul României față de elucubrațiile agresive ale lui Iohannis Werner Klaus. Textul real de pe pancartă era: „Nu sunt românul tău”, aluzie la declarația de la Malta a Insului din Deal, care afirmase că în stradă sunt „românii lui”. Ce publică ipochimenul Alex Marius Ostafe este însă un fals grosolan. Poza inițială este tăiată și câteva litere sunt șterse, astfel încât să rămână – „Nu sunt român”. Deci individul folosește un fals de doi lei (se vede din avion cum au fost șterse literele) pentru a răspândi #FakeNews în ce mă privește. Pune pe pagina lui o fotografie din care ar reieși că eu spun despre mine că „nu sunt român”. Apoi ticălosul se declară ultragiat și accentuează: „Aceasta poza nu este un fals!!!Liviu Plesoianu deputat in Parlamentul Romaniei!!!Incredibil....No words”. Ba mai mult, când îl întreabă cineva unde e restul textului, minte cu dezinvoltură și spune că așa apare „pe DCnews”. ...Pe bune, ticălosule? Ia arată-ne tu mai exact unde! ...Dar să îl facem celebru pe ticălos. Ticălosul, pe numele său Alex Marius Ostafe, este membru PACT („Platforma Acțiunea Civică a Tinerilor” - unii care, bineînțeles, salvează țara de corupți, inclusiv prin participarea la protestele #REZIST și #CorupțiaUcide). Dar penibilul nu e doar membru PACT (diaspora) și mare protestatar HASHTAG. El a fost președinte PNL Marea Britanie, s-a pozat fericit alături de marele „liberal” Ludoviiiic Oooorrrbaaan (pe care l-a și susținut frenetic pentru a deveni președinte PNL) și a mai ocupat și poziția de... „President at Europe Students' Union UK”(uau-uau și bla-bla-hau-hau). Pe scurt, ca să nu #INSISTĂM prea mult – toți cei care pozează în #IMACULAȚI și #ANTICORUPȚI pogorâți pe Terra pentru a ne „salva” sunt în realitate doar niște #MANIPULATORI grețoși și niște #IPOCRIȚI autogonflați.

Cel care se ocupă de pagina unde sunt chemați …

Cel care se ocupă de pagina unde sunt chemați clujenii să protesteze la București pe 20 ianuarie (Răzvan Muntea) vindea “hands free de copiat la examene” și se lupta cu restanțele la Babeș-Bolyai... No, hai... că-i mare bai! Cum e să te lupți cu... #CORUPȚIA când tu vindeai instrumente pentru copiat la examene!?? #IpocriziaUcideCaractere

Hans Klemm – Ambasadorul-#OXYMORON …

Hans Klemm - Ambasadorul-#OXYMORON Cum facem acum, domnu' ambasador? Știrea asta - "Valeriu Zgonea este trimis în judecată de procurorii DNA, într-un dosar de trafic de influență" - e daună totală pentru domnia voastră! Păi nu îl sprijineați pe ilustrul Zgonea atunci când PSD-cel-Rău voia să-l dea jos de la șefia Camerei Deputaților? Adică dumneavoastră, domnu' ambasador, v-ați afișat public cu un #PENAL, ați sprijinit #CORUPȚIA? Activitatea "excelenței" voastre în România este un #OXYMORON. Cunoașteți termenul, nu? - "Adevăr usturător sub forma asocierii paradoxale a doi termeni contradictorii"... Păi ori e "DNA să vină să vă ia!", ori e "A fost o onoare să îl putem avea pe președintele Zgonea alături de noi!". Hotărâți-vă, domnu' ambasador. P.S. Și nu uitați care e etimologia cuvântului "oxymoron": "from Greek oxymoron, noun use of neuter of oxymoros (adj.) "pointedly foolish," from oxys "sharp" (see acrid ) + moros "stupid" (see moron)"

Hashtaaaag, săriiiiți

Hashtaaaag, săriiiiți! E fff grav! Să facă ceva Chirilă, Cîțu, Isar, Ghinea, Goțiu, Bîzgan, Turcan, Orban! Franţa, Germania, Italia şi Spania vor ca multinaţionalele din IT, precum Amazon şi Google, să plătească impozit pe cifra de afaceri în loc de impozit pe profit, cum plătesc acum, Așa au anunţat miniştrii de finanţe într-o scrisoare comună... ACUM, fraților, adunarea în centrul Parisului, Berlinului, Romei, Madridului! Nu se poate așa ceva! #CiumaRoșie le-a pus gând rău multinaționalelor din toată lumea! Bădiță, de la #CorupțiaUcide, extinde-te repede, nu mai sta! Tu nu vezi că fenomenul #CiumaRoșie a #CORUPT și țările vestice!? Ce mai aștepți? Fă-te Bădiță-MONDIALU'! USR, fă-te repede USP (Uniunea Salvați Planeta). Multinaționalele în PERICOL! Faceți ceva! ACUM! Cartianu, Mircea Marian, Oreste-Esotericul, Rareș Bogdan-TALIBAN, Moise Guran-Cutremur-10, Tapalagă, U.M.Dogioiu - scrieți, chemați oamenii la luptă! În voi ne e ultima speranță! Iohannis! Ia-ți #GeacaRoșie și ieși pe străzile Parisului, Romei, Madridului, Berlinului! Fii tu #EROUL multinaționalelor de pe planetă! Fii tu însuți...

Am încercat un dialog cu câțiva susținători …

Am încercat un dialog cu câțiva susținători frenetici ai Divinei KOVESI, care s-au parașutat pe pagina mea pentru a zice că: #hoții, #penalii, #corupții, #borfașii, #comuniștii, #bolșevicii, #rusofilii. I-am rugat pe distinșii oaspeți să nu se înfrupte doar din lozinci și clișee, ci să consume cu încredere și argumente asezonate cu logică. În acel moment, fanii doamnei Kovesi (care sunt și ai Înalt-Prea-Cinstitului Cioloș) s-au capacitat la maximum și au încercat ceva nou: #hoții, #penalii, #corupții, #borfașii, #comuniștii, #bolșevicii, #rusofilii. ...Cine se aseamănă - se adună. Distinsa și suava doamnă Kovesi nu poate avea decât fani aidoma dânsei - persoane pentru care Universul are doar două culori - ALBUL ABSOLUT și NEGRUL ABSOLUT. Eu și cei "de teapa mea" fiind, evident, NEGRUL ABSOLUT. Iar Divinitatea Sa Kovesi și armata ei fiind, desigur, ALBUL ABSOLUT... P.S. Da, normal că voi continua să-i blochez pe toți cei care gândesc în două culori! Le-am răspuns doar pentru a derula un experiment. Iar rezultatul acestui experiment e foarte clar: absolut de fiecare dată când le ceri fanilor doamnei Kovesi să aducă și argumente, fie pornesc a tăcea asurzitor, fie încep să înjure birjărește...

Simt cum Universul meu cedează, crapă, simt cum …

Simt cum Universul meu cedează, crapă, simt cum tot ce am crezut a fi minunat se surpă, dispare în neant. Doi idoli, două mega-personalități s-ar putea retrage. 1. Bădiță, de la #CorupțiaUcide, zice că ne lasă. Nu mai #rezistă. O taie pe alte meleaguri. ...Atâta doar că cerșește niște bani mai întâi, să-și acopere datoriile. 2. Godină, mega-starul Godină a picat A CINCEA oară examenul de admitere la Academia de Poliție. ...Vă rog, vă implor, spuneți-mi că asta nu va atrage și RETRAGEREA! ...N-aș putea să mă #adaptez la așa ceva.

Nu îmi cer scuze pentru că îi blochez pe toți …

Nu îmi cer scuze pentru că îi blochez pe toți cei al căror vocabular se reduce la: #PuieMSD #Penalii #CiumaRoșie #Borfașii #Hoții #CorupțiaUcide #OameniiMoscovei #HUO ...Îmi cer scuze pentru faptul că cei mai mulți dintre noi, MILIOANE DE ROMÂNI, suntem mult-mult-muuult mai inteligenți de atât! Îmi cer scuze și pentru că avem la noi o tolbă cu mult-mult-muuult mai multe cuvinte! Îmi cer scuze pentru că, în general, înțelegem ce e cu noi în propriile vieți... Știu că #PROPAGANDA e disperată. ...Asta e. #GHINION P.S. #NoiSuntemCeiMulți #StaliniștiiSuntMinoritari

Monica MACOVEI… …

Monica MACOVEI... ...Cu SOROS. ...Cu KOVESI. ...Cu #CorupțiaUcide. ...Cu Polițeanu (cel care a cerut în iarnă anchetarea miniștrilor de către DNA, cunoscut și ca "DENUNȚĂTORUL"). ...Cu AMBASADORII (nu cred că Donald Trump e foarte fericit să știe că ambasadorul SUA în România e susținător al oamenilor lui SOROS).

#IpocriziaUcide, Florin Bădiță

#IpocriziaUcide, Florin Bădiță! 14:36 - Ca răspuns la provocarea mea, de a-și asuma sau nu limbajul distinsei Lia Tom, Florin Bădiță (cel din spatele #CorupțiaUcide) simte nevoia să-și apere reputația și comentează la mine pe pagină. ...Zice că dezavuează. Zice că "adhominem". ...Buuun. ...Doar că: 15:05 - La nici jumătate de oră mai târziu, #CorupțiaUcide (a lui Florin Bădiță), mă atacă pe pagina lor de Facebook. ...Că sunt #OmulRușilor, ca sunt cu #Hoții. ...Mă rog, aceleași clișee plictisitoare, aceleași cuvinte-cheie din vocabularul extrem de limitat și de neofertant intelectual al propagandiștilor de duzină. ...Cum era cu argumentele "adhominem", domnu' Bădiță? :) #IpocriziaUcide #SăCadăVălul #ÎmpăratulEsteGol

Despre mega-făsăiala “Rise Project”, în 10 …

Despre mega-făsăiala "Rise Project", în 10 puncte: 1. În primul rând, atât de bine pregătiți sunt mega-investigatorii și super-jurnaliștii de la "Rise Project", încât spun despre mine următoarea bazaconie de proporții: "Pleșoianu reprezintă PSD în relația cu UE". Dragi profesioniști, să scriem de 100 de ori pe caiet: "APCE nu e totuna cu UE, APCE nu e totuna cu UE, APCE nu e totuna cu UE ... APCE nu e totuna cu UE ...". ...Doamne ferește! 2. Dacă anchetatorii vieții ar fi căutat pe "goagăl" (dura maximum 3 secunde), ar fi constatat că exact, DAR EXACT în acele zile eu nu doar am publicat pe Facebook (deci PUBLIC, jurnaliștii lui pește prăjit!), dar am și INTERVENIT TELEFONIC LA ANTENA 3 (deci PUBLIC, mega-investigatorilor!), apoi am fost preluat de TOATĂ PRESA (deci tot PUBLIC, super-specialiștilor!). Și am zis atunci așa: "Nu este vorba despre o contra-manifestaţie. Respectăm dreptul oamenilor de a manifesta, însă avem şi noi dreptul, noi cei care nu suntem românii lui Iohannis, poporul acesta are şi el dreptul să îşi facă vocea auzită. Referitor la ameninţările domnului Iohannis, anunţ că facem totul ca la carte. Vom avea autorizaţii, va fi totul în regulă. Noi vrem să vorbim, să auzim, pentru că avem multe de strigat. Decizia a fost luată în cursul dimineţii. Va veni o comunicare oficială. Noi vom face în aşa fel încât vocea lor să fie auzită, se simt umiliţi, simt că votul lor nu mai contează, s-a întâmplat la referendum, s-a întâmplat la căderea guvernului Ponta, nu se mai poate aşa. Atenţie, nu scoatem oameni împotriva altor oameni! Nu pot să apreciez câţi oameni vor veni. 3,5 milioane de oameni au votat PSD. Nu spun că aducem milioane de oameni în stradă. Dar pot să vă spun sigur că pot să mă duc şi singur. Trebuie să fim calmi, dar ca să ne aşezăm să discutăm împreună, este imperios necesar ca şi partea de popor care nu este a lui Iohannis, să aibă o voce." Uite aici, special pentru deontologii Rise Project, pentru care o simplă căutare pe "goagăl" pare ceva extrem de dificil: http://www.mediafax.ro/social/deputat-psd-organizam-un-miting-sa-isi-faca-auzita-vocea-si-romanii-care-nu-sunt-ai-lui-iohannis-16149268 3. Să nu îl mai critice pe Liviu Dragnea. Președintele PSD și-a folosit dreptul de veto și s-a opus până la urmă organizării unei întâlniri cu cei care doreau să arate că ne susțin și că au un alt punct de vedere decât al manifestanților din Piața Victoriei. În ce mă privește, rămân la părerea că cea mai mare greșeală a PSD din decembrie și până acum e tocmai aceea că nu se întoarce la oameni. ...La oamenii care i-au oferit cel mai mare procent electoral pe care l-a obținut vreun partid din UE. ...La cei care și-au cerut de nenumărate ori DREPTUL de a-și exprima și ei PUBLIC convingerile! * Atenție, pentru Rise Project, tocmai am scris "UE". Să recapitulăm până înțelegem și ținem minte: "UE nu e totuna cu APCE...". 4. Treaba cu "contramanifestația" e doar o manipulare securistică. Nici măcar o secundă NU am folosit acest termen. Din contră, chiar atunci, în februarie, am insistat: "Nu este vorba despre o contra-manifestaţie. Respectăm dreptul oamenilor de a manifesta, însă avem şi noi dreptul, noi cei care nu suntem românii lui Iohannis, poporul acesta are şi el dreptul să îşi facă vocea auzită. (...) Atenţie, nu scoatem oameni împotriva altor oameni!". 5. Doar niște #STALINIȘTI consideră că ce fac ei e "protest", în vreme ce exprimarea altora e "contramanifestație". 6. Special pentru Rise Project, mai explic o dată: "HIDRA" e Noua Securitate, aia care se deosebește de Vechea Securitate doar prin munții de bani publici investiți în PR și Propagandă, precum și prin accesul la mijloace tehnologice de ultimă generație. 7. Cum funcționează Noua Securitate, pe scurt, pentru deontologii de la Rise Project și alte U.M.-uri similare... Dai tunuri, extrăgând munți de resurse financiare din solul banului public. Creezi simultan un așa zis "aparat anticorupție" prin care te protejezi pe tine, îi anihilezi pe oponenții politici și îi termini pe oamenii de afaceri care nu ți se predau. Tot simultan, din acele tunuri, din munții de bani proveniți din avutul public, creezi un imens aparat de propagandă, zeci de U.M.-uri (eu le spun Unități de Manipulare), prin care prezinți totul pe de-a-ndoaselea, astfel încât o mare parte dintre români să vadă în tine marele luptător împotriva #corupției, #hoților, #pungașilor ș.a.m.d.. 8. Am toată #scârba (cu #dragoste spun asta) pentru personajul care a livrat aceste frânturi de mesaje către lucrătorii de la U.M. Rise Project. PSD, din păcate, are o mare problemă în acest sens. N-am să înțeleg niciodată ce caută în partid (câteva exemplare și în Parlament) inși despre care orice om cu minimum jumătate de neuron funcțional a priceput de multă vreme că nu sunt nimic altceva decât SLAVI AI NOII SECURITĂȚI! 9. Am convingerea că făsăiala asta penibilă marca U.M. Rise Project era pregătită de multă vreme. De ce a apărut tocmai acum? Pentru că SIPA, pentru că ancheta parlamentară, pentru că niște intenții de proiecte legislative care să mai limiteze din infinitele puteri ale celor care conduc de fapt România din umbră... 10. În decembrie 2016, procentul fabulos al PSD a fost tot un #PROTEST. Un protest tăcut, dar nu mai puțin #DEMOCRATIC decât orice alt protest! Protestul celor care nu confundă #anticorupția cu #abuzurile, care nu confundă #justiția cu #stalinismul. ...Încep să fiu tot mai convins că cei care s-au exprimat tăcut prin vot vor trebui să se exprime la un moment dat și netăcut, în stradă. E un principiu pe care poate îl va înțelege până la urmă și partidul din care fac parte: lasă-i să lupte alături de tine pe cei care te-au votat ca să lupți pentru ei! ...Atât am avut de spus. ...Deocamdată!

Tupeul UCIDE? DA, #TupeulUcide

Tupeul UCIDE? DA, #TupeulUcide! ...Ucide destine individuale și colective. O bună parte din țară e prinsă, de mai bine de 12 ani, în bula sinistră a unor păpușari nevăzuți. Cum? ...Cu ajutorul unui foarte sărac vocabular - #hoții, #corupții, #tâlharii. Vocabular pe care l-au imprimat în mentalul colectiv niște indivizi pe care cei căzuți în capcană nu-i vor cunoaște niciodată. Niște manipulatori odioși care i-au închis pe mulți într-o bulă de concepte vide prin intermediul căreia își satisfac obiectivele...

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