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Panama Papers feels like Christmas for The Sociopathic Business Model™

Panama Papers feels like Christmas for The Sociopathic Business Model™

April 4, 2016

Panama Papers feels like Christmas for The Sociopathic Business Model™ where a whistleblower sent over 400 journalists 2.6 terabytes of data containing 11.5 million documents for over 214,000 shell companies masking fraud, according to World Economic Forum.   Specifically, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), the German public broadcasters NDR and WDR, and more than 100 international media outlets are reporting on the Panama Papers.  The official original source of the papers was data generated by Panamanian law firm Mossack, Fonseca & Co. It’s a firm once only known among the global elite, it’s the fourth-largest law firm for offshore tax havens.

Killing My Career via The Sociopathic Business Model™ often highlights that unethical corporations with a proven history of pathological illegal behavior like Johnson & Johnson will manipulate their own negative truth while possibly exploiting their own financial relationship with media, like The Wall Street Journal, which prevents taxpayers from learning the truth. So, it should come as no surprise to frequent readers of this site that major news outlets didn’t really cover the Panama Papers; and, that not all journalists were invited to part-take in the project.  

The project is also notable for which press outlets appear to have been excluded, particularly the largest news outlets in America: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, all of which do not appear to have worked on the papers and did follow-up stories. 

The Intercept, the investigative journalism outfit started by Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, who were instrumental in reporting on the leaks of Edward Snowden, also appears to not have been involved.


Killing My Career regularly exposes venture capital funded startup fraud, from the world’s largest venture capital firm, New Enterprise Associates (NEA) while in comparison, the Panama Papers are an expansive global look at fraud, that quite frankly, will allow the corrupt venture capitalists of Silicon Valley, to breathe a sign of relief as it looks like the DOJ & SEC might have to broaden their scope.  The same problem persists for both, though, that we’re all paying for someone else’s fraud and the government is doing very little to prevent fraud.


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