Peter Eigen worked as director of the World Bank office in Nairobi, Kenya, when he noticed that endemic corruption was being practiced by so-called Northern donor countries.
He also saw that the very worst projects, often costing tens or hundreds of millions of dollars, and promising to cause dislocation and devastation, were the first projects to win approval whereas useful and economical projects were bogged down in endless studies and approval processes.
When he pointed out to his superiors at the World Bank what was happening, they ordered him to desist from investigating and reporting.
Eigen left the World Bank and started a small NGO (non-governmental organization) called “Transparency International” and it is that agency’s work, more than any other factor that I’m aware of, that has brought the world’s attention to the phenomena of endemic government and corporate bribery, corruption, and exploitation.
Transparency International (TI) was able to oblige the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development to enact in 1997 conventions outlawing bribery practices and other methods of corruption. Through the use of devices like the “Corruption Index” and through reports on specific situations around the world, TI has probably done more to end corrupt governmental and business practices than any other organization in the world.
Peter Eigen gives a “TEDtalk” (“TED” stands for “Technology, Entertainment, Design”) on the creation of TI which I think is well worth viewing. Here is an example of how one person can impact the world. Eigen would probably never consider himself a “wayshower” but of course he is.
All this was before an awakened population became aware of the Illuminati, the New World Order, and their plan for world domination and depopulation of the globe. I daresay Peter has never heard of 2012, the Galactic Federation, or the White Brotherhood.
But he has been tackling the Illuminati for years and holds an honored position, I’m sure, among the “Earth allies” of the 2012 movement.
TI’s website is located at http://www.transparency.org/
(My thanks to Jean Hudon)