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Take it or leave it, corruption is what some religious people should call the "original sin".
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Trump's Hedge Fund Investments Will Drive More Corruption

Daily KOS, Tuesday Dec 20, 2016 ยท 1:28 PM EST
Donald Trump claims that he sold all his stocks earlier this summer but, of course, we have no independent way to confirm that since Trump refuses to release his taxes or even a summary of his holdings. One theory that has been offered as a rationale for selling his stocks was his decision to forgive the approximately $50 million loan he "gave" his campaign as other donors worried he would just use their money to pay himself back. But, pointedly, Trump has made no mention of giving up his hedge fund investments, which are guessed to be about $85 million according to a disclosure in May of this year. His largest hedge fund investment is with Blackrock and Blackrock's CEO is now on Trump's economic advisory team. Another significant hedge fund investment is with John Paulson who has bet heavily by purchasing the stocks of the Federal National Mortgage Agency (FNMA) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), the two institutions responsible for guaranteeing a majority of the mortgages in this country. Both institutions were essentially bailed out during the financial crisis and most of their profits now flow to the US treasury. But Wall Street firms were able to pick up their stock incredibly cheaply as the financial crisis unfolded and the owners of the stock, especially hedge funds like Paulson's that bet heavily on the stocks, have been pushing hard for the last few years to fully privatize both of them. This, of course, would mean that the profits would start flowing to the shareholders once again. Additionally, we would be right back where we were in 2007 where the government would be forced to subsidize the losses should the two institutions fail again, while the profits would be privatized. Trump's nominee for Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, was recently on Fox News and said, "We've got to get them out of government control." The prices of both FNMA and FHLMC jumped on that statement, immediately boosting Paulson's profits and, presumably Trump' returns. According to a director of a watchdog group, Mnuchin has had a close connection with Paulson and they have even been business partners. This kind of thing will just be the tip of the iceberg of the coming corruption in the Trump administration. And it will not be just Trump, but also the cronies of the Wall Street tycoons that Trump has filled his cabinet with.

Anti corruption week from today

The Hindu December 03, 2016 00:27 IS
GNIZAMABAD: The Anti-Corruption Bureau will celebrate Anti-Corruption Week starting Saturday in both the districts of Nizamabad and Kamareddy. District Collector N. Satyanarayana will inaugurate the celebrations at Kamareddy, Deputy SP Anti Corruption Bureau M. Narender Reddy said. The Collector will administer the pledge to students and employees asking them to keep themselves away from corrupt practices, the Deputy SP said here on Friday disclosing the details of the week-long programmes. They would participate in the rallies carrying the placards and banners written with slogans on corruption and its ills. On December 5 an essay writing competitions will be conducted for students of high schools, junior colleges and polytechnic colleges, on the following day the competitions would be held for the students of degree, professional colleges and university. At the valedictory, on December 9, prizes would be given away to those who secured the first, second and third positions in the competitions, he said. During the week-long programmes pamphlets with anti-corruption slogans and phone numbers of ACB officials concerned including the toll free number would be distributed at Government offices, bus stands, railway stations, municipal offices and cinema theatres. NSS volunteers and NCC cadets would be roped in for the campaign.

Indian prime minister defends currency swap as 'fight to end corruption'

MUMBAI, Nov. 14 (UPI) --

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spent Sunday defending his surprise decision to ban the most-used currency in the country in an effort to eliminate counterfeit cash and corruption. Modi defended the decision as part of what he called his election mandate to end corruption, asking his constituents to be patient and that the cash swap will be completed by the end of the year. The decision has caused chaos across the country as people stand in long lines at banks waiting to exchange old 500-rupee and 1,000-rupee notes so they can complete basic tasks like grocery shopping. The notes can also be changed at ATMs, however the machines have run out of cash quickly and have had to be converted to handle the new money. Modi said the change will be completed by Dec. 30 and encouraged Indians to trust that it will stop the circulation of counterfeit and black market currency. "This is a fight to end corruption and dishonesty," Modi said at a gathering for his birthday in Uttar Pradesh. "It might take time and cause some hardships. It is a big task to introduce new notes. I have sought 50 days and all these processes will be completed by Dec. 30. Bank staffers are working day and night to help us realize this. I have asked you to bear the little discomfort for 50 days for the interest of the poor." As of Sunday, about $45 billion in banned cash had been deposited in banks, and banks and ATMs had given out about $7.5 billion in new cash since last Tuesday when the plan was suddenly sprung on the country. While citizens are frustrated, some say that if changing their money will help root out and stop fake money and corruption, they're willing to give Modi a chance and stand in line for hours. "I am willing to handle all of this if this will really reduce corruption," Tanvir Sheikh, a hairdresser in Mumbai, told The New York Times.

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