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A Journalist’s First-Hand Report on the Corrupt Secrecy of an International Bureaucracy

Milt37 Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 12:18 PM
Guy, I'm sure that's what the lamb thought while sitting down with two wolves to decide what they would have for dinner. One minute the lamb had a seat at the table, the next he was being served on the table, with a sprig of parsely!

As a taxpayer, I’m not a big fan of international bureaucracies. They consume a lot of money, pay themselves extravagant (and tax-free!) salaries, and generally promote statist policies.

The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is a prime example. Originally created for benign purposes such as gathering statistics, it now is a bloated bureaucracy pursuing an anti-free market agenda.

But international bureaucracies also have a nasty habit of operating in the shadows and using thuggish behavior to thwart critics. And I have the scars to prove it from my efforts to...

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