Here are the most important articles from 2019. We have pdf files also in case links go down because of bribery and threats. Sadly, there was no progress with law enforcement in Latvia in 2019. The prime minister is a criminal, the general prosecutor is a criminal, the European commissioner is a criminal, and the head of SAB is a criminal. The mainstream media is still publishing fake stories that Parex Bank collapsed because of the United States or Sweden and fake stories that Citadele Bank is cleaned up. Eventually, we hope Latvia will have an honest government and will prosecute and sue every person and institution that participated in the Parex looting and cover-up to recover billions of euros for the benefit of the Latvian people. It is possible. The corrupt former prime minister of Croatia is now in prison and the corrupt prime minister of Malta was forced to resign and is likely to be prosecuted thanks to a whistleblower, journalists who do their jobs, and activist citizens.
2018 was an excellent year for articles about the still-continuing Latvia-EBRD fraud racket which costs society billions every year. We counted 23 articles published by 14 publishers in 7 countries. Unfortunately it still isn’t enough because there has been zero reaction from Latvian authorities and EBRD staff who are still pretending to be unaware of the whistleblowing against them. Hopefully we will smash the racket in 2019! We have pdf backups of all articles in case any links go down.
9 January 2018 Mold-Street (Moldova) – new LatviavEBRD video announced
The Society for Baltic Security ‘SBS’ held its Annual International Conference on April 27 and 28. The conference was titled ‘Society. Person. Security – 2018’ and was sponsored by Riga Stradins University and Baltic International Academy. Exiled whistleblower John Christmas made a presentation at the conference by video.
The conference marked the first time a truthful and public discussion was held in Latvia about the Latvian Financial Crisis which began in 2008 when the government transferred a quarter of the national budget to Parex Bank. Earlier conferences organized by other groups censored two key aspects of the Parex bailout: there was an ignored whistleblowing three years before and the privatization to the EBRD was fraudulent.