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Vatican Scandals: Follow The Money…If You Can

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On January 4, 2013, a month before Pope Benedict resigned, the Italian Central Bank turned the lights off on the entire Vatican. The Vatican no longer had the ability to make any electronic financial transactions. Italian authorities asserted that the Vatican was not in compliance with international money-laundering rules. This was a clear message that put tremendous pressure on […]

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Vatican Scandals: Follow The Money

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On January 4, 2013, a month before Pope Benedict resigned, the Italian Central Bank turned the lights off on the entire Vatican. The Vatican no longer had the ability to make any electronic financial transactions. Italian authorities asserted that the Vatican was not in compliance with international money-laundering rules. This was a clear message that put tremendous pressure on […]

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Could Sale of Homosexual Hookup Site to China Open Vatican to Blackmail?

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A U.S. national security panel, The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is forcing Kunlun, a Chinese business based in the Capital of Beijing, to divest its ownership of homosexual hookup site Grindr. The U.S. panel is stating that Chinese ownership of Grindr is a national security risk involving blackmail. Chinese “private” companies, including the […]