This photo series tries to give you a sense about how the government in Indonesia is massively corrupt, as well as an idea of what caused the current state of the economy. A photo series by Refantho Ramadhan. From the Norient book and exposition Seismographic Sounds (see and order here).
Laundering money is the process of transforming most of the proceeds from crime into ostensibly legitimate money or other assets. In these photos the Indonesian heavy metal band Burgerkill satirizes the rampant corruption in their country and the men that perpetuate it. I included a little joke: just imagine if the stupid corruptors really laundered their money in a washing machine!
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