China Focus: CPC Corruption Fight Intensified in Past Decade! (8.9.2022)

Since 2012, the fugitive repatriation and asset recovery office under China’s Central Anti-Corruption Coordination Group has sent 12 teams overseas to carry out international law enforcement cooperation.

In the meantime, China has also introduced a raft of legislation in the field, including the Supervision Law, the revised Criminal Procedure Law and the Law on International Judicial Assistance in Criminal Matters.

As an active participant in and contributor to the global anti-corruption fight, China has taken an active part in anti-corruption consultations under the United Nations, APEC, G20 and other multilateral mechanisms.

Racism and Tyranny in the Tory Flagship ‘Academy’ School System (2022) 

Whereas the Scandinavian model ‘redistributed’ already gathered revenue to committees of motivated parents (probably premised upon a similar convention seen in the USSR), the British system is designed to turn the school-children of the UK into means through which private ‘business’ companies (and not local parents per se – unless, of course, the ‘local parents’ happen to own or work in ‘local’ business) can generate ‘profit’ in any way they see fit, as defined through the ‘agreement’ they possess granted to them by the ‘Home Secretary.’  

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