Money really doesn’t buy happiness, an Australian study has found.
But how greed and bribes buy abuse of power and cover-up of white collar crimes, doesn’t seem to have been studied yet. We are just learning from experiences, by comparing cases and stories:
- Room 14 – A Foundation for Change: Stories and Cases
- Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694: Grouping Cases to Enforce the Act
- Victims Unite: Our Cases as Stories
- Citizens’ Cyber Court: Submit your Case
- falsifying documents
- the use of ‘officially’ looking documents
- judges sanction what other white collar criminals are doing.
More on various videos of meetings in the House of Commons and Lords:
- Challenging the Recession, 23 April 2009
- Room 14 where we began to video individual stories
- 23 June, 2009
- Tackling the Serious Oppression in a House of Lords meeting.
My really sad observations are:
- the Government had announced in its Coalition Programme that it would take white collar crimes as seriously as any other – via an Economic Fraud Agency – but it is clearly not prepared to make investigations against its own organisations
- all complaint procedures are simply ways of fobbing people off
- Royal Charters protect all ‘public’ employees from prosecution – so they get away with murder!