quinta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2010


No dia em que se soube que o FMI já esteve em Portugal e em que os especuladores não dão descanso às periferias, gerando taxas de juro usurárias, saiu um artigo no Público, escrito por mim e pelo Nuno Teles, intitulado O FMI já aterrou na Portela. Podem ler aqui, acompanhado por performance à altura das lutas que se avizinham.

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Anónimo disse...

The regulators in Nevada and New Jersey (United States) are in possession of a report with implications for international security.
On September 8, 2005, the Wall Street Journal reported in its pages that the United States Secret Service, the Department of Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI), the U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs and Homeland Security Department to investigate money laundering by a bank in Hong Kong controlled by tycoon Stanley Ho's game.

According to the report, Stanley Ho, a Chinese man of 84 years (at the conclusion of the report) which held the monopoly on gaming in Macau for 40 years, has deep connections, documented with the Triads (Chinese organized crime).

Stanley Ho saw denied licenses for casinos, which called on all regulated jurisdictions outside Macao. Recently, regulators have forced Singapore to the local utility company to cut links with Stanley Ho before the opening of a casino in Singapore ...

It is with this status that the government accepts a massive layoff of 112 people from the Estoril Casino and replace them with precarious without the slightest investigation. Who investigates that dismissal with millions of profits and 50% state.