Institutional racism and bullying
The European Union’s (EU) Blacklisting policies represent indisputable examples of institutional racism and bullying. Evidence shows that the EU Blacklists are subjective and arbitrary, and depart from the stance of the global authorities on both tax compliance and countering money laundering/financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). The penalties being imposed have the potential to damage Blacklisted economies irreparably. This is nothing short of economic warfare.
We, the former European colonies, are being held to a higher standard than our former colonizers, BY our former colonizers. We are still denied the sovereignty and freedom to manage our domestic affairs — even in a manner similar to that of our former colonizers.
FACTS DO MATTER
Today, however, the lives of the people of Blacklisted countries do matter, and the truth is not so easily suppressed.
- There is no known effective legal or other recourse for Blacklisted countries to pursue to appeal for justice.
- There is no precedent for this in history.
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RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
IN THE MEDIA
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