Rohingya: The forbidden word!

https://news.sky.com/story/hidden-rohingya-camp-that-the-pope-will-not-see-on-myanmar-visit-11147274

Pope Francis enters the toxic mix of narrow minded greed and nationalism that lie at the core of today’s Myanmar. Even using the word Rohingya is likely to incur an extreme reaction from Buddhists, who will see the term as offensive and inflammatory. 600,000 flee from rape, burnings, torture and murder. They are ROHINGYA people who have lived in that area for generations.MYANMAR-VATICAN-RELIGION-POPE

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XiXi Ping’s hard line towards faith to be continued.

The term Sinosization gained a new political meaning in 2016. In late April, 2016, Xi presided over a working conference on national religious affairs, making him the first Chinese president to do so in over ten years. The last time a president personally attended such a conference was in 2001, when then-President Jiang Zemin decided to crack down on “cults” after the Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident related to Fanlun Gong. Xi’s attendance at the conference significantly raised the importance of religious affairs on the CCP’s agenda. During the conference, Xidemanded that China should “actively guide religions to adapt to the socialist society.”

Xi said that the key to the CCP’s policy on religious affairs is “the way of guidance,” which should be “effective, powerful, and proactive.” Chinese youth in particular, Xi said, must be guided to “believe in science, study science, spread science, and to have a correct worldview.” As for CCP members, they “should be firm Marxist atheists and must never find their values and beliefs in any religion,” Xi added.

The just finished CCP conference reinforced and accelerated this attitude.

Mongolian ambassador to the UK has Presidential recall: meanwhile protests resume in London about corruption.

The newly elected President of Mongolia is listening to the voices of thousands of Mongolians around the world and has recalled the newly elected ambassador to the UK. Mr S. Bayar should return to Mongolia, to clear up multiple allegations of money laundering and corruption.

Urgent answers required to urgent off-shore questions.

UBdemo3The election is here and most people know about the central issue that was avoided by the major politicians. Evidence is there but not officially examined, interim laws were hurridly passed to protect hidden assets. This issue is central because trust is the most important thing. The people need to know that their elected politicians are going to put the interests of the country before their personal interest.

The WCA responds again to ‘change the subject’ tactics by Mr S.Bayar.

WCA to S.Bayarletter in box

Attempted delivery by hand but nobody home. The above letter was taken to the Mongolian Embassy at 4.40pm on Thursday the 1st June 2017.

Now that the fog of distraction has been dissipated,  we can look forward to healthy debates on the issues at hand, such as more than $5 Billion US in off-shore assets, that just popped up like magic mushrooms while no-one was looking, beneficiaries being a few of the Mongolian political elite, who purely by coincidence happened to be responsible for the big money deals that are transforming the country, not for the better. Where did the money go, if not into these bloated accounts? Answers are urgently called for.

Unexplained wealth is tracked down in London by New Law.

 

Unexplained Wealth Orders: How to catch the corrupt and corrupt money in the UK

UNEXPLAINED WEALTH ORDERS: HOW TO CATCH THE CORRUPT AND CORRUPT MONEY IN THE UK



On 27 April the UK parliament passed an important provision of the Criminal Finance Bill that introduces a powerful new weapon into the anti-corruption arsenal: Unexplained Wealth Orders. This follows action already taken in Australia and Ireland.

The provision specifically targets red flag situations where a person buying expensive items, like property or jewels, doesn’t appear to be wealthy enough to make the purchase. It could be a politician in Mongolia or a small business owner in Brussels who buys a multi-million pound property in central London. If the person has access to public money, then the authorities have the right to investigate and return the money to the rightful owners.

The law is also tightening on tracking down offshore accounts from persons with unexplained wealth and access to public funds. The onus falls on 20 Mongolian elite families to prove they are not connected to unexplained wealth that is certainly existing, in the form of 15 to 20 Billion US dollars in offshore accounts connected to Mongolia.

Because Mr S. Bayar has chosen to publicly place himself in London, the centre of this new legislation, it is up to him to clear his name first and without delay.

In March 2017, Transparency International research identifiedLondon properties worth a total of £4.2billion (US$5.4 billion) that were bought by individuals with suspicious wealth.