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Euthanasia Whistleblower By Paul De Marco
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‘Evil will indeed flourish when good men remain silent, and yet sometimes all that it takes to bring dark practices to light is for a single man to speak out.’ This book tells the story... More > of John Anderson, an unassuming and decent living 85 year old retired school teacher who lives outside London. Depressed by years of living in a toxic social environment and under a government whose policies are openly hostile to the elderly, he finally decides to die by euthanasia. Euthanasia clinics claim to offer the sick and elderly a dignified death, free from pain at a time and place of their choosing. But John discovers that beneath the calm and rosy veneer of the clinics there lies a living hell, which he is determined to expose. The scenario portrayed here is surely just a page in mankind’s history book away from reality!< Less
Euthanasia Whistleblower By Paul De Marco
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‘Evil will indeed flourish when good men remain silent, and yet sometimes all that it takes to bring dark practices to light is for a single man to speak out.' This book tells the story of John... More > Anderson, an unassuming and decent living 85 year old retired school teacher who lives outside London. Depressed by years of living in a toxic social environment and under a government whose policies are openly hostile to the elderly, he finally decides to die by euthanasia. Euthanasia clinics claim to offer the sick and elderly a dignified death, free from pain at a time and place of their choosing. But John discovers that beneath the calm and rosy veneer of the clinics there lies a living hell, which he is determined to expose. The scenario portrayed here is surely just a page in mankind’s history book away from reality!< Less
Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide By Brian Martin
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You discover some wrongdoing, such as corruption, injustice or danger to the public. What should you do? If you do nothing, the problem will continue. If you speak out, you become a target for attack... More > — and the problem may still continue. Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide tells how to assess your options, prepare for action, use low-profile operations, negotiate official channels, leak, build support and survive the experience. It is filled with sample cases that show what can happen when you make incorrect assumptions or fall into common traps. The advice in this guidebook is based on the author’s contact with hundreds of whistleblowers and dissidents, plus consultation with others experienced in the area. Although there are no guarantees of success, Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide can improve your odds of making a difference. Even if you never expect to challenge the system yourself, it will give you valuable insight into the dynamics of individual struggles and what is happening to others.< Less
Whistleblowing and Democratic Values By David Lewis & Wim Vandekerckhove
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We often think about democracy only as a political system where we elect those who will make laws that affect us. Yet everyday decisions taken in all kinds of organisations impact on us just as much.... More > Therefore we have to know when decisions taken in organisations are going to affect us in ways that differ from the official organisational discourse. Whistleblowing plays a role in providing that knowledge and thus is a means to democracy. This book is a collection of essays on recent organisational and legal developments on whistleblowing in the US, UK, Europe, and Australia. Contributions by: Abraham Mansbach, Richard Moberly and Lindsey E Wylie, Eva Tsahuridu, Bjorn Rohde-Liebenau, A.J. Brown, Indira Carr, Cathy James, Brita Bjorkelo and Stig Berge Matthiesen< Less
Unholy Silence, Journal of a Whistleblower By Patrick Flynn
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A whistleblower's story revealing the secret and shocking private internet life of his priest boss and the outrageous actions of Church leaders in response.
Whistleblower - The TV Series Screenplays By David Smith
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Earth is suddenly blighted with kids that kill. Jake Redwood is a cop whose job it is to catch them. When he meets a beautiful stranger who tells him why they’re really here it’s the... More > start of a very bad week for Jake. Whistleblower is a white knuckle race to save mankind from a very nasty end.< Less
Whistleblower / Superfund '99 By Ronald Arthur Slater & Ronald Arthur Slater
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Saving the river, but losing his job. Keeping the law, but ending his career. This is a true story about my life as a boy stuck between hunger, neglect and abuse. It's also about my career as an... More > operating engineer, helicopter pilot and superintendent for heavy equipment and excavation. But mostly, this story is about screaming a warning so loud that all Americans everywhere, especially in Seattle, hear and heed the truth about hazardous waste Superfund sites and specifically Terminal 18, Harbor Island. It's also about becoming a "whistleblower" and the effects it may have on one's career, health, and income.< Less
Whistleblowing Polish By Brian Martin
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Handbook for whistleblowers. How to prepare yourself for going public with secret information the public should know about.
THE WHISTLE-BLOWER ON CORRUPT SCIENCE By PSJ (Peet) Schutte
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Science went corrupt when Edmund Halley in 1705 told the world he used the physics formula of his friend Isaac Newton to calculate the route and time that the comet that was named after him would... More > arrive. He said he used the formula of Newton to calculate the rout the comet took. I do go into the comet as such but in this book I touch on the subject. In this book I show how Newtonian science started to go corrupt in 1705 with one conspiracy to cheat and became the corrupt myth it now developed into. How do I know Halley did not use the mass pull mass idea because if he did then how did he calculate that the comet was cyclic or that it returns every seventy-six years. If mass pulled the comet to the sun what then pushed to comet back into outer space? How did he know the mass of Halley’s comet? Nobody then asked questions. No one asks uneasy question…except I. I show the fake science we have. Newton and Halley got away with corrupt science. Today Newtonians get away with corrupt science.< Less
Anonymous Whistle-Blowing and Utilitarian theory By Homework Help Classof1
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“Anonymous whistle-blowing is never morally justified, because it violates the rights of those who are accused to face their accusers.” Would this statement be true according to the... More > utilitarian theory?< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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