Unfiltered is a satirical and raw discussion about anti-corruption in the Middle East. While informative, it is written in a dark and somewhat rough voice that the author refers to as the pirate. Pirates are not known for their good manners. Unfiltered defines and explains what constitutes a robust anti-corruption program for the Middle East, but it includes some personal anecdotes from the author’s twenty years of experience in Saudi Arabia. Unfiltered says things that many in the corporate world can dare to only think about but can never say out loud without risking the unemployment line, court, or jail.