Monday, May 16, 2011

Dominique Strauss Kahn's arrest- Prelude to the end of Europeans leading the IMF?

UPDATE AT BOTTOM, don't miss it!

Were big changes in global banking afoot? It seems quite possible.

Dominique Strauss Kahns timely arrest may have had more then one beneficiary.

Monsieur Sarkozy would of course benefit from the disgrace of Dominique Strauss Kahn.
There is yet another curious intrigue to be looked at. A twist in the tale of...

The temporary appointment of John Lipsky, former head of the US treasury and previous JP Morgan bankster, might just be the signal of a planned for change.
I covered some of this in yesterday's post- here.
(interesting comments too)


Apparently the US did not want a European at the head of the IMF!

Let's read together.


The parlour game had begun well ahead of the charges, which Mr. Strauss-Kahn denied and will fight in court.

The shifts in the global economic power structure seemed to prelude an end to the practice of giving the IMF’s top job to a European.

Under Mr. Strauss-Kahn, the IMF overhauled the way it allocates voting shares. China vaulted over nations such as Britain, Germany and France to become the third-biggest shareholder after the United Sates and Japan. The clout of former European powers such as Belgium was seriously curbed in favour of rising powers such as Brazil.

But something happened on the way to this new world order: the European debt crisis. The buzz at the spring meetings of the IMF in Washington last month was that the European powers were no longer keen to cut their special link to the fund, which is a key player in the rescues of Greece, Ireland and Portugal. With the so much of the fund’s current activity in Europe, the thinking was that a European should remain in charge.

BUT, the U.S. might not be willing to play along.


While Europe gets to choose the head of the IMF, the U.S. gets to choose the No. 2 at the fund and the president of the World Bank.

Colin Bradford, a non-resident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington who studies international governance, says he’s become less confident that the Obama administration is ready to give up its privilege of ensuring Americans serve in senior positions at the institutions.

Lipsky's temporary appointment has already usurped the European postion at the IMF.

The names being tossed around as replacements are

Kemal Dervis, a former Turkish finance minister and World Bank official.
Simon Johnson, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a former chief economist at the IMF, told -- http the Financial Times that the Bank of Mexico's Agustin Carstens would make a good candidate.
Another oft-sited name is Montek Singh Ahluwalia, deputy chairman of India’s planning commission.
There is one woman French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde mentioned, but if the Europeans are not to be at the helm of the IMF , that seems doubtful.

Bringing up the rear is Mark Carney from the Bank of Canada, a former Goldman-Sachs man.
Not so long ago Mark Carney hired another bankster, former Goldman-Sachs man Timothy Hodgson, to serves as a special adviser.
Timothy Hodgson could quite easily replace Mark Carney, should he move on up.

What is presented is so different then what goes on behind the scenes
"Raping- Part of the IMF Business"

39 comments:

  1. A link to the latest-

    A second woman has come forward.

    http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/991957--imf-head-examined-for-evidence-after-2-alleged-sex-assaults

    "Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a married father of four whose reputation with women earned him the nickname “the great seducer,”"

    On Monday, a lawyer for a 31-year-old novelist says she plans to file a criminal complaint accusing Strauss-Kahn of sexually assaulting her nine years ago.


    Now it is two.

    Gallier has left a comment explaining that DSK is very much the typical elite scum, who uses and abuses, as he thinks/imagines in his deluded mind, is fit for himself.

    I am going to bring Galliers comment here

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  2. Blogger gallier2 said...

    "We have to look at that story from 2 different angles. If we do that it's not as clear cut as you might think.
    From an US view of things it's logical, as the IMF had given harsh warnings to the US and such. From a French perspective it's more difficult, because DSK was the presidency candidate the "Empire" wanted to put in place of Sarkozy. Sarkozy and anyone coming from his party (UMP) cannot by any stretch be reelected. You can not imagine how hated the Nabot is here. People do not like the left (socialist party) either, because frankly there's not much difference between both parties (you will often encounter the UMPS abbreviation as a contraction of UMP and PS to designate the same thing, a bit like repubicrats in the US).
    So the choice of candidates on the left is a bit more difficult for the establishment. Segolène Royal, while having some popularity is not very liked by the PTB, she's too much a loose cannon. Martine Aubry, has a better image in that regard but represents the bureaucratic apparatchick and her popularity would go up like a lead balloon. François Hollande, no, it would be like voting for Elmer Fudd.
    DSK was the sole candidate that had some credibility (in the view of the mainstream).
    The scenario was to prop up Marine Le Pen so that she is in the second round and to oppose her against DSK, which would have easily won, reversing the scenario that was played out in 2002 with Chirac and Jean-Marie Le Pen.

    Furthemore, the sources here that propose this entrappement story are the usual suspects who come always in the defence of the elites with libido problems. These defenders are not bound by any left/right differences, these are the same people that come to defend people like Roman Polanski, F.Mitterrand, R.Gutman (interesting case for the pedophocracy story, I may comment on that story later).
    This said, it might be possible that DSK overstaid his welcome and that, knowing his natural behaviour, he was not bailed out as would have been the case before (in one of the videos gave, the rape victim said that her attorney had heaps of dropped rape cases against DSK, he is well known for that, I knew about these stories for years)."

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  3. Hey Gallier:

    I get where your coming from, at least I think so...

    First of all. I may have said already I don't doubt that DSK had been a woman abusing scum. It fits in with the typical elite profile.
    Woman or children. As you mentioned the pedophocracy.

    The man was known according to the article from the Star as the great seducer?

    This is where I always question what the hell is in some woman's heads?
    Is it social climbing?
    "F'n their way to the top"
    I mean come one!

    You mention
    " From an US view of things it's logical, as the IMF had given harsh warnings to the US and such."

    And according to the article in this post, the parlour games had begun before DSK's arrest. The US does not want a european head for the IMF. DSK's arrest will make that "wish" possible.
    That presents motive. When I noticed the news of DSK's arrest in NY. I thought hmm, the NY city home of pretty much the most powerful central bank, except for perhaps London.
    It was almost an announcement.
    Who was calling the shots.

    Then Gallier "From a French perspective it's more difficult, because DSK was the presidency candidate the "Empire" wanted to put in place of Sarkozy. Sarkozy and anyone coming from his party (UMP) cannot by any stretch be reelected. You can not imagine how hated the Nabot is here. People do not like the left (socialist party) either, because frankly there's not much difference "

    Does the arrest of DSK therefore not make Sarkozy's re-election that much easier.?
    If as you explain there is so little choice, none really.
    (Which is the case in Canada and the US. Only the illusion of choice)
    With DSK out of the way, the empire can keep their man Sarkozy at the helm without any real challenge?

    Gallier: "Furthemore, the sources here that propose this entrappement story are the usual suspects who come always in the defence of the elites with libido problems."

    THey are part of the illusion machine.


    Gallier- "These defenders are not bound by any left/right differences, these are the same people that come to defend people like Roman Polanski, F.Mitterrand, R.Gutman (interesting case for the pedophocracy story, I may comment on that story later)."

    Please do!

    Gallier-" This said, it might be possible that DSK overstaid his welcome"
    Now by this do you mean wrt the IMF?

    Gallier "and that, knowing his natural behaviour, he was not bailed out as would have been the case before"


    I wonder if this is part of as Aferrismoon mentioned "trial by media"

    Because DSK will be judged by the stories spun in the media, he will flounder or flourish by them, right now it looks as if he is going to flounder.

    The US will then get their American head at the IDF
    And Sarkozy will win the election

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  4. Curious?

    Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
    International Monetary Fund (134.113.238.1) [Label IP Address]
    pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2011/05/dominique-strauss-kahn-arrested-imf.html
    pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2011/05/dominique-strauss-kahn-arrested-imf.html

    Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
    The Brookings Institution (192.245.194.254) [Label IP Address]
    pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2011/05/dominique-strauss-kahn-arrested-imf.html
    pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2011/05/dominique-strauss-kahn-arrested-imf.html

    Also

    Paris, Ile-de-france, France
    Oecd - Organisation For Economic Co-operation And

    Interesting visits, always interesting to see who stops by

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  5. You ask:
    "Does the arrest of DSK therefore not make Sarkozy's re-election that much easier.?"

    No, not really, a lot of people (the old reactionaries) voted Sarkozy for his tough stance against immigration and for his patriotic blathering, but even the dumbest has now realized that he betrayed on both accounts. So these people will vote for the Front National, the only party with a clear and straightforward anti-internationalist discours.
    A Sarkozy/Le Pen second round is far from being a home run for the midget. A parameter that most mainstream analyst have missed, but people like Alain Soral have rightly noticed, is that the FN is in reality not a pure right wing, the FN has solid basis in the (extreme) left vote. If you ever wondered were the voters of the communist party went (i.e. the workerd) they vote now FN.
    If you listen the speeches of Georges Marchais (communist leader in the '70s, '80s) and you compare them to those of Marine Le Pen, you will notice eery similarities.

    As a sidenote, I would like to stress that it is really difficult to analyze the political situation of a country when only following the analysis of the mainstream media.
    I see it every day as I follow more or less the politics of France, Germany, Luxemburg and the EU as a whole. Being inside the EU institutions, I can attest that there's quite a difference between what is proposed and what appears in the media.

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  6. The second woman that's come forward is the lady (Tristane Banon) from my video from yesterday.

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  7. As for Maurice Gutman story: here a short explanation.

    During the filming of an investigative show (Les infiltrés), the journalist try to trap some pedophiles by chat as if they were 12 year old girls. They manage to get one who chats really hot stuff and arrange a real live encounter in a parc in Paris. The man searching for the underrage girl is a UMP politician Maurice Gutman who is also a high level member of the CRIF (the french AIPAC). The journalists, countrary to habitus, file a lawsuite against him. He is indicted to a ridiculously light sentence.


    http://pensetouseul.unblog.fr/2010/04/08/le-pedophile-maurice-gutman-etait-membre-du-crif/

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  8. Bail denied at any price and with a 'solid' alibi - they are out to get him and keep him out the picture for the foreseeable future. How often does someone of his 'calibre' get refused bail?

    I have to confess that when I first saw the original press reports of sodomy I thought that an arse-raping jew was due his comeuppance. You've persuaded me, Penny, that there is likely more to it.

    Aletho News is following your lead Pen.

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  9. You should have got also visits from the European Commission this morning ;-)

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  10. Dominique Strauss-Khan (Cohen) caught in IMF ‘honey-trap’ with Manhattan hotel ‘maid’.

    Yea, Elliot Spitzer ‘honey-trap’- like isn’t it?

    Something smells fishy – and I don’t mean bodily fluids. The arrest off the plane just 1 hour and forty minutes after the ‘chamber maid’ reported it. The chief administrator of the hotel’s only comment was “we are cooperating with authorities”.

    Hmmm. DSK supposedly forgot his cell phone and according to police “looked like he left in a hurry”. Would a real police spokesman say that to a reporter even before such a high ranking zionist was found guilty? How did they get the arrest warrant so fast – it would be needed to get onto the plane to remove DSK?

    This smacks of an E.Spitzer take down. Who and why? Someone wrote today that we should always remember those in power are always 10 steps ahead.

    And the story is changing continuously in the MSM. Was it fellacio or sodomy? Was it attempted or carried through?

    Something is amiss here. Today one pundit stated that DSK was about to put the USA into receivership for bankruptcy.

    Another pundit noted DSK was to speak at the Brettonwoods conference later in May 2011. The key-note speaker was to be China but it just cancelled, also H.Clinton had just bowed out, and now DSK will also be prevented from speaking.

    Further, a statement that the new head of the IMF is to be a JPMorgan man – announced in less than 24 hours after DSK’s arrest off the plane.

    Chambermaids don’t usually have the clout or power to have zionist oligarch IMF lackies like DSK detained or charged without months or years of lawyer litigations where the accusee is usually bought-off or suicided.

    Nope, someone who right now stands closer to Rothschild and his oligarch buddies than DSK himself, very probably ‘honey-trapped’ him. Dusting the dresser in his room with more than a little bit of cleavage showing and then res ponding positive to his flirting…bim-badda-bing…semen in the right place (for example on the maid’s uniform). Then the preplanned step two: ‘cry wolf’ to the hotel administrator who plays his pre-ordained part and calls the vice-squad who is already ready with the warrant (written and noterized even before the fellacio occured), who drives to the airport to arrest DSK directly off his plane before it leaves for Europe. Too much like a movie plot.

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  11. The ‘honey-trap’ may have been totally consensual – especially if the girl with the golden mouth was secret service just ‘doing her job’ to catch this zionist puke.

    Once she cries ‘wolf’, has the semen stain on her work clothes – DSK is done like dinner. How will he ever prove it was consensual and he was set up? He can’t. He is defacto removed for whatever reasons he was in the way.

    Who and why was the ‘honey-trap’ set up? Someone closer to Rothschild and company than DSK at the present. Was it Rockefeller? Clearly someone was treading on someone else’s (economic) feet, about to cost them alot of money. What is the JPMorgan replacement going to do differently than DSK was planning to do?

    Geithner recently was labelled as alienating the Chinese. Timmy also recently kiboshed an IMF bailout plan to the Irish banks through the European Central Bank. Through that IMF plan the private billionaire shareholders (mostly US?) were about to get a 30 billion dollar haircut.

    Geithner axed this plan in the 11th hour, putting the people of Irland back on the hook for the private shareholders’ loses. The billionaire shareholders refused to get a haircut by DSK.

    Was it Geithner who set up Khan in the ‘honey-trap’?. As Visible has already said, they are now eating each other as the apocalypse shifts into second gear (both Geithner and Khan (Cohen) are tribe).

    It could be Khan thought private (mostly US?) shareholders should lose the value of the Irish default, while Geithner thought differently.

    The placement of a JPMorgan man to head the IMF signals greater attendance to the US shareholder concerns. JPMorgan is said to be the largest private shareholder in the Federal Reserve.

    Might indeed be a case of which billionaires shall lose money over Irland’s debt default. Maybe DSK decided a solution where it would be American billionaire shareholders – while Geithner, under pressure from these same (US?) billionaire shareholders said “no way”.

    That Khan was ousted indicates it was sanctioned at the highest level by godfather Rothschild himself – because DSK was his lacky as the head of his IMF. Otherwise Timmy Geithner would be the one ‘sleeping with the fishes’ since Dominique Strauss-Khan is already a known maid man (grin).

    Stay tuned sports fans, the wide, wide world of zionism is getting more and more whacky as the ponzi scheme of fractional-reserve-usury banking implodes due to the current lack of economic expansion which is crucial to sustain a system where more money is always owed than exists.

    Yes, Rothschild has set up a criminal ponzi scheme of debt slavery for us all – DSK’s arrest will unfortunately not bring the system down.

    Mouser

    P.S. Wonder if golden-mouth will keep her dress as a souvenir for years to come the way Monica did?

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  12. Excellent analysis Mouser.

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  13. Gallier:

    "As a sidenote, I would like to stress that it is really difficult to analyze the political situation of a country when only following the analysis of the mainstream media. "

    I would agree with that because there are nuances within the nation state that I certainly can't address, which is why your commentary has been valuable and appreciated

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  14. Also Gallier:

    thanks for clarifying who the woman was.

    AND the Gutman info, I am going to put that through translate and see what I can digest of it.

    Translate is poor, but, it's all I got.

    As for your visit?
    I know when you have stopped by.
    :)

    It is when other unusual visitors stop by, I have to make mention of it.

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  15. Hey Freethinker: Aletho news, reminder to myself, put that one in the sidebar.

    Refused bail? Now that is curious.

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  16. Hey Mouser!

    thanks for that most excellent analysis!

    I touched on the fact yesterday that the JP Morgan man was appointed within hours of all this going down.

    How timely?

    I notice the story and the timeline seem to morphing.

    http://www.sify.com/finance/timeline-of-events-in-strauss-kahn-case-news-policy-lfrcOhejdbd.html


    The incident took place at noon, the police are called at 1:30 pm
    Approximately

    "(An initial police report on Sunday stated that the police responded to the incident at about 1.30 p.m. The criminal complaint on Monday said the alleged incident occurred about 12 p.m.)"

    Emergency medical responders were called to the hotel and took the woman to a hospital where she was treated and released.

    Notice there is no time mentioned?
    When did the medical responders arrive at the hotel?
    After the police were called?
    Did the medical responders treat her after the police talked to her, then take her to the hospital.

    It is an amazingly tight timeline.
    Would they have had the evidence needed to arrest DSK in that time frame.

    I find it odd that the word of a immigrant from Ghana would have that kind of clout???
    Really odd.

    Mouser "Clearly someone was treading on someone else’s (economic) feet"

    That is what was mentioned in the globe and mail article "the parlour games had begun" before the arrest.
    The implication that the US wants a non-European at the helm of the IMF...

    "Today one pundit stated that DSK was about to put the USA into receivership for bankruptcy."

    The IMF had been harsh with the US, critical. Some of what DSK had done was more favourable to other nations

    quoting-

    "the IMF overhauled the way it allocates voting shares. China vaulted over nations such as Britain, Germany and France to become the third-biggest shareholder after the United States and Japan. The clout of former European powers such as Belgium was seriously curbed in favour of rising powers such as Brazil. "

    So he was empowering other nations that some may not have thought appropriate.

    So we may look at the JP Morgan man Lipsky altering something about this?

    He (Lipsky) is temporary and is supposed to be gone by August (I think that was the time frame)

    In yesterdays post I left a link to a recent speech Lipsky had made on China, I found quite interesting.


    Whew!

    All interesting.

    One point you make mouser, the sytem is imploding. It has reached it's mathematical limits and the ponzi scheme is there for all to see.

    Are we looking at bankers behaving badly, that is worse then usual, more cutthroat?

    I wonder?

    I guess, Time will tell.

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  17. Hey Edo!!!
    Always good to know you are still about.

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  18. Some very suspect timing here (appologies if its been covered already) -
    "
    IMF First Deputy Managing Director John Lipsky Announces Departure
    Press Release No. 11/173
    May 12, 2011

    Mr. John Lipsky, First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), announced today that he will not seek a new term when his current term expires on August 31, 2011. He has agreed at the request of IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn to ensure continuity by remaining as a Special Advisor through the Group of 20 Summit to be held in November.

    Managing Director Strauss-Kahn, who informed the Fund’s 24-member Executive Board of Mr. Lipsky’s intention, extended his deepest thanks for the role Mr. Lipsky has played in the context of the day-to-day operation of the IMF and in the development and implementation of country and institutional strategies and policies.
    "

    [http://www.imf.org/external/np/sec
    /pr/2011/pr11173.htm]

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  19. Good 'honey-trap' article at Info Clearing and copied on GlobalResearch - http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28103.htm

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  20. Well the first victim in the elite power death struggle comes to the attention space of the herd. I have heard talk over the years of the battle of Atlanticists versus the pan-Europeans. It’s all a smoke screen for the knife fight between the blood suckers.

    I think mouser nailed a lot of points. I don’t need to express what a slug the man is if he reached the position that he did. I will say that the French angle is a red herring. He was working at a layer above the nation state. From the IMF to running a single nation... please!

    Mike Witney also had this to say. Was he going to undercut the bottom line in the global rape of the herd?
    http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24784

    It’s only business Timmy… I suppose this is novel compared to the horse head in the bed routine.

    There is an interesting twist with a common thread. Assange get accused of rape to validate his BS persona as a persecuted hero of the ‘trooth ‘ while DSK gets absolutely devastated as a rapist to close him down.

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  21. Me too. A perfect ZERO... lol. That test was definitely a no brainer! I should see if I can find the tests on how good a "truther" you are. Now that was difficult to be quite honest because it is fact oriented.

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  22. And what has happened to Mr. Assange?

    Though its a dodgy area there's something about some of the 'rape' and sexual assault' cases that just sticks [ no pun intended]. They carry such a stigma , a perfect media weapon, considering the media needs no evidence to publish its stories.

    Ms Banon claimed 'attempted rape' 5 years later - how does that work? Unless of course that lady was asked at the time to keep her mouth shut as DSK was moving upwards.

    Anyhow will take the public's eye of Marina Dutroux's release last week and her and her husbands connection to a large network of pedophiles etc running through the European 'hierarchy', which the media and justice systems dutifully ignore/enable.

    Who knows maybe he had some info to share with the public [ apologies for speculation.]

    The role of the media with alleged rape cases versus their role in keeping high-level pedo cases out of the media or, as in the Dutroux case, making it look just him and his wife.

    Few facts blown up .v. lots of facts ignored.

    Also was his flight scheduled to depart at that time and he felt he could have a quickie pre-flight?


    Wiki states that he claims he was with his daughter at the time, having lunch. I don't know if she lives in NY or was travelling with him, perhaps in adjoining rooms.

    U know its wierd when the MSM also has an article alongside about the history of Rikers Island - classic reinforcing of the story with him in court, being French in the US, and RIKERS RIKERS giving readers that prisony feel.

    cheers

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  23. Miss Banon was asked to drop the charges by her own mother who is a politician in the same party as DSK.

    http://www.google.fr/#q=banon+tristane+mere&hl=fr&prmd=ivns&source=univ&tbm=vid&tbo=u&sa=X&ei=OC3STY7_IIPt-gaGyvS8Cg&ved=0CEsQqwQ&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=13d7067ab7f78967

    she (the mother) regrets now that she pressured her daughter to not file the law-suite.
    This woman is imho really a despictable person, first she sacrifices the fate of her daughter for her own career and now she exploits without hesitation (this story is all over the french mainstream media).

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  24. It really is a sordid game.

    cheers

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  25. Freethinker:
    Lipsky is retiring, he must have had some sort of "send-off"

    His position as of now is only temporary.

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  26. "Well the first victim in the elite power death struggle comes to the attention space of the herd"

    Only to the ones paying attention.

    "I have heard talk over the years of the battle of Atlanticists versus the pan-Europeans. It’s all a smoke screen for the knife fight between the blood suckers."

    This is new to me.

    "He was working at a layer above the nation state. From the IMF to running a single nation... please!"

    Maybe he was going to "slum it"?

    "Mike Witney also had this to say. Was he going to undercut the bottom line in the global rape of the herd?
    http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24784"

    Shall check that out!

    "There is an interesting twist with a common thread. Assange get accused of rape to validate his BS persona as a persecuted hero of the ‘trooth ‘ while DSK gets absolutely devastated as a rapist to close him down."

    Good point. I guess it all depends on the way it is spun in the media

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  27. Hey Noor!

    That test was way to easy.
    One just has to be completely cynical.

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  28. "They carry such a stigma , a perfect media weapon, considering the media needs no evidence to publish its stories."

    aferrismoon:
    that was why I liked your term, trial by media.

    That is what is going on with DSK.

    Meanwhile, I am highly doubtful the man will serve any real jail time...

    My impression is "job well done"
    DSK is out and disgraced.
    Perhaps I should quote GWB?
    Mission Accomplished!
    He will bounce back most likely, but, he is out of the IMF and that was the goal.

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  29. Gallier: a mother asked that of her daughter!!

    What the hell kind of mother is that?

    If this was my daughter, someone would have to prevent me from causing harm to the scum.

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  30. And Aferrismoon:

    It is a sordid affair, but, aren't they all?

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  31. This whole thing is a complete dog and pony show, serving a myriad of purposes. It's clear that DSK pissed someone off and he has been tossed under the bus.

    I agree with the take that the elites are beginning to eat their own - this certainly signals desperation (on the cusp of madness - or full out madness?).

    Watch out, because there is one group who has NO problem sacrificing large (made up?) numbers of their own - this would of course be the Zionists. An upcoming culling of their own in this regard would and could be a perfect false flag (never mind Europe of the US).

    They've done it before.

    They WILL do it again.

    Buffy

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  32. I think you are correct.

    - Aangirfan

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  33. Well, first off, great article, and fantastic discussion here following a good bit of research.

    Secondly, I strongly disagree with anyone who thinks this is anything but a ritual sacrifice of pawns to soothe the enraged plebes below. The sacrifice is always a single person; they are always accused of something that is a fraction as bad as they have really done and yet still propels the crowd into a frothing frenzy; and it is always advertised heavily. The trumpeting of these kinds of stories means that this is something specifically chosen by the PTB, and it's always a multi-pronged advertising campaign.

    Things like this are usually planned well in advance . . . and people are often born for their roles (pre-chosen by the PTB). Yes, I really do give them credit for that much control.

    The whole IMF as an institution should burn, and the world bank, and all the unelected politicians in the Euro state. Start with that - then I'll clap.

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  34. Slozo: "The whole IMF as an institution should burn, and the world bank, and all the unelected politicians in the Euro state. Start with that - then I'll clap."

    Me too.

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  35. Slozo!!!

    excuse my tardy response, I have been swamped, throwing up posts but not responding appropriately.

    First off, thanks for the compliment.
    I am glad you enjoyed the post and yes, yes, there were great comments!


    "The sacrifice is always a single person; they are always accused of something that is a fraction as bad as they have really done and yet still propels the crowd into a frothing frenzy; and it is always advertised heavily. The trumpeting of these kinds of stories means that this is something specifically chosen by the PTB, and it's always a multi-pronged advertising campaign. "

    Time will tell what the outcome of this will be.

    I do agree the IMF as a whole should be gotten rid of, as well as the world bank and all these elitist institutions, including the UN.

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  36. A naughty mouser:

    I will clap along with slozo and you

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