Tag: corruption

Miner uses tax dollars to fund exploration

Dave Whitfield /14 October, 2021

The Guardian is reporting that the federal government gave a $5 million dollar tax incentive to a gas company exploring the Beetaloo Basin using a scheme that specifically prohibits “prospecting, exploring or drilling activities”. The money was awarded to Empire Energy through the commonwealth’s R&D tax incentive scheme, which is designed to encourage industry to Continue Reading →

Wisconsin governor, Scott Walker, waves a dollar in defiance of a corporate donations scandal

Wealth of corporations outstrips nations

Geoff Ebbs /20 September, 2016

The company Walmart is wealthier than Australia. Of the hundred wealthiest entities in the world, 69 are corporations and only 31 are countries. The top ten largest countries are worth 2.9 trillion US dollars, more than the size of China’s economy. Coorporate wealth is increasing rapidly. while that of nations is declining. The impact is apparent Continue Reading →