It was such a touching piece of news on the presidential website. Martinelli handing out money to a parade of NGO's that do nice works for the poor and the needy. And a slap in the face of all those lefties who say that trickle-down economics are a fraud. How could it be a fraud if our great leader himself is trickling down the checks?
The funds, $750,000 in total, came from a "company that is interested in investing in Panama", Martinelli's propaganda had it:
Los recursos entregados a estas fundaciones -que suman un total de 750 mil dólares- provienen de una donación voluntaria de una empresa interesada en invertir en Panamá.
Monica Palm, ten days later, revealed that that company interested in investing is called "Club Flush Entertainment, Inc.", and that Club Flush was in a bit of hot water, legally speaking, because they falsified, forged, counterfeited - whatever you wanna call it - a resolution from the government gambling authority. Bingo!
So, Palm wondered, could it be that in our country the line between a donation and a bribe is not really drawn, yet?
You see, dear reader, this now is the cambio all those people hoped for when they voted for Martinelli. The government collects ever more bribes. But instead of keeping everything for themselves, they give a little bit to charities that are managed by their rabiblanco wives, so that these bitches in their designer pantsuits from two seasons back can look good and have their pictures taken with il Duce. And then they continue to steal the inheritance of foreign individuals who leave real money to fight poverty when they die. Win-win, and rien ne va plus!