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  1. TSCF rings the alarm bell concerning corruption and government abuse in Malta
    Having regard to: - the resolution of the European Parliament of 10.11.2017 on fundamental rights in Malta, stating that the independence of law enforcement and the judiciary in Malta is dubious. - the Panama Papers and Malta Files revelations made by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and the European…
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  2. TSCF slams EU for wrong handling of the Greek crisis
    The showdown between the EU and the Greek government has temporarily ended in July 2015 with a new bailout program. This program is symptomatic of the shortcomings of the euro project. That is why TSCF disapproves the EU handling of Greek crisis. EU is responsible, along with the IMF, for…
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  3. TSCF releases White Paper, Political Manifesto
    Our vision for the future of our societies is contained in our analysis of societal change. The following guidelines aim to help discuss and formulate a program for society change. Government has gained an extravagant precedence over our societies . Not only do governments run the public services. They also…
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  4. TSCF slams police of Malta for theft
    In December 2014, we were informed that collection boxes deployed in the island of Malta to help with our local Animal Welfare Program had been stolen by police officers. As a consequence, our capacity to fund our Animal Welfare Program diminished, and the care to the animals could not be…
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  5. TSCF declares interest in animal welfare
    Animals, domestic and wild, are part of the community’s heritage. TSCF urges citizens to act in favor of animal welfare. We also support initiatives for the protection of the animals and the wildlife. We condemn firmly any form of cruelty, should it be perpetrated by individuals or by organizations. Animal…
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  6. TSCF blames EU for disastrous handling of Cyprus bailout
    TSCF expresses its deep preoccupation in the face of the disastrous way EU leaders mismanaged the bailout of Cyprus in March 2013. The first version of the Cyprus bailout plan included a deposit grab which set a bad precedent, imposing a 6.75 percent tax on insured (government guaranteed) deposits and…
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  7. TSCF warns Belgian government against authoritarian drift
    TSCF expresses its deep preoccupation in the face of the evolution of the country, which reflects the evolution of Europe by and large. Back to the nineties, Belgium was a relatively well organized and peaceful country with a still strong spirit of community that allowed to settle issues fairly easily…
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  8. TSCF calls for freedom on the internet
    TSCF hails the Internet strikes that appear to have derailed US projects meant to limit freedom on the Internet. The Internet as factor of liberty: The Internet has revolutionized the editorial industry, by allowing a huge number of outsiders to address the public without necessarily possessing  capital or institutional support.…
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  9. TSCF proposes new growth strategy to tackle debt problem
    Governments of the US,  EU and Japan confront a huge funding problem due to the conversion of private debt into public debt in the aftermath of the so-called financial crisis of 2007-2009. IMF policy concept: -The strategies that governments and the IMF adopted  to address this problem drive to a…
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  10. TSCF warns for double dip recession
    Money printing and huge fiscal deficits are not the appropriate strategy to solve the problems of the world economy. Funding debt through new debt will only worsen the problem. Fiscal deficits, be they local, national or federal, should be vigorously combated. Assets detained by governments should be listed and sold.…
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