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Pinnish autocrat's highjacking of his country's economy finally exposed

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Exclusive: PiniLeaks, a non-profit organization dedicated to revealing human rights violations in the small state of Pinima, has just published large databases of government e-mail exchanges containing (among other things) the personal and professional correspondence of the Pinnish president.

One of the most appalling revelations – that is expected to rock the so far ultra-stable, obedient-citizens twenty-year-old dictatorship - has to do with the way the country’s wealth is being mismanaged, or more precisely liquidated.
After having successfully convinced most Pinnish citizens, through the use of propaganda, that their country’s most valuable riches are its women (who have a “legendary” beauty) and its courageous men (who have “never lost a war”), the Pinnish president has secretly started exploiting the real wealth of the country, i.e. its natural resources, with the help of Western international corporations including ones operated by foreign states (which would suggest the collusion of foreign governments in the trafficking).

The president's gourd

"... he set-up an underground network (under the banner of a Pinnish public company) that stashes rare minerals inside hollowed and skin-dried gourds..."

For instance, he set-up an underground network (under the banner of a Pinnish public company) that stashes rare minerals inside hollowed and skin-dried gourds (a national symbol of Pinima) and then exports the products declared at their “gourd” value, while secretly cashed for their gold, diamond, and other rare minerals value when delivered to their recipient, often offshore companies.
Several e-mails provide evidence that the president’s revenues from this operation and others have been hidden in offshore accounts, with the latest estimate of his fortune being in excess of 31,428 Billion Euros.
The Pinnish people on the other hand are among the poorest in the region: the laborers who produce the above-mentioned empty gourds are paid one Paper for every hundred gourds. The Paper is the national currency of Pinima, with virtually no value on international markets: the exchange rate of one Euro is 3 142 Papers. The average annual income per capita in Pinima is 314 Papers.
The declared value of every gold-filled exported gourd is one Paper.

The president's awards

"The e-mails also mention several gifts by the largest members of the ZTO: yachts, villas on the French Riviera, apartments in Monaco, high-end Italian sports-cars…"

Pinima’s insufficient national production, including of basic food, and its inability to purchase goods on international markets, has made it one of the most debt-ridden countries in the world. Among the leaked e-mails, some mention a deal between the president and the international trade organization ZTO in which the organization promises to continue to “deliver” goods (mostly low quality foods unsold on the international markets, but sold at the usual rate) despite the unpaid debt on past sales, on the condition that the president raises the penalties for late payment and implements a new article in the constitution saying that the country will ultimately pay all its debts, no matter their origin (the new article is currently being added to the constitution and is called the National Pride Act).
That way the interests of the president and the corporations are protected, while the Pinnish people bear the burden of the debt.
The e-mails also mention several gifts by the largest members of the ZTO: yachts, villas on the French Riviera, apartments in Monaco, high-end Italian sports-cars…
The reaction of the Pinnish president still remains to be heard, whereas the ZTO and the states and companies mentioned in the e-mails have so far declined to comment.

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