Christians in business can be a challenge, especially for other Christians. We know how to use our kin! Colin Craig is a wealthy Christian businessman who founded a Conservative NZ political party. His conduct came under scrutiny with a dispute that became public knowledge with a woman who worked for him and exposure at the hands of an aggressive blogger, Cam Slater. … [Read more...] about TSLPI 13. Christian Businessmen
The Secret Life of a Private Investigator
The BBX Investigation commenced in earnest when I received the entire BBX International membership database (including balances AND in many cases unencrypted PIN numbers and passwords) via my Tipline. Most would now know the negative impact that such an incredible security breach would have meant for any business involved in online trading. The one thing worse though that … [Read more...] about TSLPI 12. Aussie BBX Bravado
The demise of the Dutch Qoin fraud shows the incredible power that the Internet provides those who know and understand how to use it. In a display of massive fire-power daily blogging throughout a period of weeks literally bankrupted a high profile scandal based in The Netherlands. For ten years, conmen Rob van Hilten and Edgar Kampers had operated a scam whereby they sought … [Read more...] about TSLPI 11. Qoin Bankruptcy
Exposing crooks on the other side of the world, desperate to be seen as industry thought leaders, to do it all in realtime with a direct line into their lair of deceit which then resulted in their total bankruptcy has to be one of the biggest hoots of my professional investigative career. Following my successful removal of the conman Daniel Evans and his Ormita fraud from … [Read more...] about TSLPI 10. The Dutch International Qoin Con
The Honourable Robert Fisher was a New Zealand High Court Judge for 15 years and was recognised within the legal profession as a judge with an astute legal mind. His indiscretions though by getting found out for watching 90 minutes of pornography on court computers over a two week period in the early 2000s drew the ire of Prime Minister Helen Clark. Despite a supposed … [Read more...] about TSLPI 9. Hon Robert Fisher
Playing games with the truth can be a dangerous thing as IRTA learned the hard way. IRTACard the novel was a fictitious parody of the real-life connection behind the scenes of IRTA & Bartercard. The International Reciprocal Trade Association (IRTA) supposedly represented the interests of their commercial barter members. In fact over the years their focus drifted into … [Read more...] about TSLPI 8. International Reciprocal Justice
Wellington-based businessman, Nicholas Down is the quintessential “horse-trader from hell” - a guy with Autism whose creative, flexible mind can tackle the toughest trade imaginable! Give him something to trade or sell, and he'll do a deal somewhere, somehow to solve your problem. He is of course a skilled auctioneer – that's his business, and he's good at it. But Nic … [Read more...] about TSLPI 7. Down vs Bartercard
Bartercard is a commercial barter operation established in Australia by an ultra-aggressive and 'successful' businessman, Wayne Sharpe. He was supported by two others and the three of them created arguably what for years was recognised as the best run commercial barter organisation on the planet. But it had some dark secrets . . . indeed many of them. I have always … [Read more...] about TSLPI 6. Bartercard Secrets
Did you complete the workbook exercise from the previous chapters? Turn there now if you haven't – it will only take a couple of seconds. Remember . . . lawyers lie! . . . and, get your evidence! In 2008 I invested into a company established by a businessman called Daniel Evans. When he asked for a second tranche, I read his prospectus and called his two personal … [Read more...] about TSLPI 5. A $3.1 Billion BS Story
The Samoa Observer is Samoa's primary daily newspaper, a privately owned business run by and known within the on-island Samoan community a greedy crook – he doesn't pay his bills and humility is a foreign concept to him sort of thing. An affidavit produced in court by his lawyer made a false statement relating to a commercial dispute. Evidence of this perjury follows: The … [Read more...] about TSLPI 4. Samoa Observer
In 2009 I emigrated to post-Tsunami Samoa. If you ask me why I did this, I will agree with you that this is indeed a good question. It's one that I asked myself too, many times over many years. It actually has an answer to do with faith and obedience, but the point here is that I suddenly found myself in a foreign world. Sure, I was in a foreign country and a foreign … [Read more...] about TSLPI 3. Lawyers Lie; We All Do!
Hello, my name is Dennis. I am an author and a NZ-based Private Investigative Blogger. At the time of writing, I am proud to have written almost three dozen books and published more than two million words of blogging online. I 'take-on' a particular species, 'head-on' - those that I call “crooks, crims & crazies”, both at home & across the globe. I shoot … [Read more...] about TSLPI 2. Introduction
This post introduces a new series & book describing many of the investigations and lessons from a lifetime of asking questions, decades of writing and years of investigative work. Some of this has been commercial and some not. Interestingly it is the first book (out of 35 so far) that I have written first, then published online. Normally I will write online then convert … [Read more...] about The Secret Life of A Private Investigator – Intro
In this post I describe the entrapment that occurs through religious adherence. I use the Christian church as an example, but it applies to all organisations or belief systems that ensnare. Let's get right into it. When I speak about escaping something, it implies that there is some form of retention, which is either by force or by deception. While some cults do develop … [Read more...] about 10. Escape the Church
If there's a concept, an idea or a discipline that shows its failings of logic, it's evolution - macroevolution that is (Did you even know there were different forms?) Logical fallacies galore within evolutionary thought expose the multiple deceptions in which genuine truthseekers revel. It's a massive subject which I flick through quickly in this post showing that the whole … [Read more...] about 9. Evolution, Intellectually Bankrupt
If there was any doubt about the biblical prohibition on the charging of interest (aka usury) Michael Hoffman's thorough treatise on the subject dispels it with vigour. Usury was considered a mortal sin for 1500 years by mainstream Christianity until it was endorsed by the spendthrift Pope Leo in 1515. God bans it because it is utterly immoral and He only permits it in one … [Read more...] about 8. Usury, Tool of Enslavement
That Winston Churchill was a common crook dressed up by TPTB of the day enough to fool multiple generations can be proven by his overt and well promulgated endorsement of the immoral concept of democracy. This plagiarist extraordinaire had 'a way with words' but his personal conduct and value-system was ungodly in the extreme. Calling it "the worst form of government, apart … [Read more...] about 7. The Democracy Deception
I threatened to rock the boat some more in a previous post. Blind faith is common. Faith based on reality, defined as the application of sound logic onto fact is not, but I prefer the latter. That causes me to be a social outcast from most; a major threat to TPTB and to others out to deceive and control, but it makes me a "National treasure" to others, in my book, these are the … [Read more...] about 6. Faith Based on Reality
In previous posts I've shared the Christian worldview. God created good, man screwed up and Jesus sorted it all out. I've explained that it is the Holy Spirit who makes things come alive and gives us the power to do the right thing moment by moment. As promised, I now share my personal outworking of this all getting practical, explaining the role of the prophetic and hopefully … [Read more...] about 5. Walk It, Speaking Personally
The true Christian walk is primarily a relationship - not a religion. The power that is available to the Christian believer though, is far more than just knowing somebody. Enter, the Holy Spirit and His incredible, indescribable wisdom, power and ways. Enjoy! … [Read more...] about 4. From Whence the Power?
In a previous post I mentioned that understanding money was the second most important question in life. This post discusses the big one - Jesus. To be a little more precise, how to answer His question of Simon Peter, "Who do you say that I am?" Read on, I dare you! … [Read more...] about 3. The Big Question
The Good Book explains that the "love of money is the root of all evil". But which kind of money do you use and indeed worship? In this post I dig into evil by explaining that there are two kinds of money - and that it is not always a neutral benign item. I speak from the Christian worldview. Enjoy. … [Read more...] about 2. Which Kind of Money?
I recently had occasion to ask a new friend where she got her values from. The enjoyable conversation 'got around' to this, via a discussion on the Corona Virus (more on that shortly) but she couldn't answer; took a guess; admitted that she had never thought about it; hummed and harred about it; then asked me the same question back without answering for herself. I answered her … [Read more...] about 1. From Whence Your Values?