YOUR CHOICE by Wlodzimierz Walter Stanny

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"The book is about financial, legal and political systems and the use of their values in everyday life to one of the largest financial organizations in the world (HSBC Holding plc) in order to prevent it from losing billions of dollars. The transaction of the sale was investigated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Scotland Yard and those internationally respectable institutions found the deal to be one hundred percent legal.
He was also a candidate for presidency of the Republic of Poland. Candidacy was withdrawn due to medical reasons—heart problems on the day of July 12, 2005
*pseudo-Kafkaesque adj. sordidly real, esp. of government activities, from the work of the Canadian and Polish writer W³odzimierz Stanny. The unsmiling matter-of-factness of his style is partly modeled on the court documents from the beginning of the 21st century."
 

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W[3]odzimierz Walter Stanny (b. March 24, 1953 in W[3]oc[3]awek, Poland) is a Polish historian, politician and writer. He is described as independent. He is Catholic and married with two sons: Arthur and Martin. He obtained his Master of Science, specializing in organic chemistry and technology from the Academy of Agriculture and Technology in Bydgoszcz, Poland. He is Chief Executive Officer of Medicorp Ltd, author of the book "Your Choice", and has enjoyed a high reputation earned in his performance of the duties of these tasks. He has been recognized and appreciated by the Governments of both Canada and the Republic of Poland which, inter alia, includes the business transaction valued at 10,000,000.00 British pounds for the sale of the manuscript of the book "Your Choice" written in pseudo-Kafkaesque* form. His wife Ursula greatly contributed to the creation of that extraordinary piece of international literature written in pseudo-Kafkaesque form.
 
Published December 15, 2009 by Xlibris. 142 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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