What Do Victims Believe? #3

/What Do Victims Believe? #3

What Do Victims Believe? #3

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When Asked If They Believe That The United Nations Should Have The Right To Investigate International Scams & Arrest Online Criminals In Countries Around The World?

  • 7% said No!

  • 93% said Yes!

The Only Problem Is That The UN Has No Police Force! There Is No Worldwide Police!

If You Think There Should Be One, You Will Need To Talk To Your Government And Ask Them To Create It!

Right now, each country can only police itself within their borders.

The problem is that most people in Western Countries believe in a fantasy that the world is this connected and peaceful place where we all get along. That the FBI, or Europol, or Scotland Yard can solve all of the world’s criminal problems.

Unfortunately it is just not true.

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2 Comments

  1. Kathy March 20, 2018 at 7:05 am - Reply

    How do you know if they are who they say they are? Is everyone fake?

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