The Corruption Map

Stephen Harper checks his dinner for tenderness

This is nothing more nor less than a map of the most/least corrupt countries in the world, according to Transparency International. I, personally, think they’re giving Stephen Harper too much credit (or they just don’t know which strings to pull, typically Canadian!) but it’s flattering to see Canuckistan only a blue rinse away from snowy-white purity.

I used to be snow white, but I drifted
Mae West

The Corruption Map

Competitiveness and corruption.
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6 thoughts on “The Corruption Map

  1. I can’t believe the lily-white-blue rating Germany gets. From the criminals who built the apartment we live in to a self-service attitude in the workplace to white-collar crime to insider trading, it’s a free-for-all in what you can get away with here. If that’s not corrupt, I don’t know what is.

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