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Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby Heiwa on Mon May 16, 2011 5:09 pm

DSK, the French IMF boss, was arrested in an AF plane at JFK airport the other day. The US police (FBI?) said he had tried to rape a chamber maid at at NY hotel a little earlier. This amazing news (sic?) made the media headlines worldwide while DSK was asking for clarifications.
DSK told the police he had checked out of the said hotel much earlier to have lunch with his daughter at a restaurant before taking the plane back to Europe and thus could not have raped anyone at the hotel. Media didn’t report what DSK told the police. It seems media is just announcing what the US police/FBI wants to be announced. Haven't we experienced this before?
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Re: DSK

Unread postby fbenario on Tue May 17, 2011 12:41 am

What a surprise.
"IMF chief Strauss-Kahn caught in "Honey Trap"

I have no way of knowing whether the 32-year-old maid who claims she was attacked and forced to perform oral sex on IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, is telling the truth or not. I'll leave that to the braying hounds in the media who have already assumed the role of judge, jury and Lord High Executioner. But I will say, the whole matter smells rather fishy, just like the Eliot Spitzer story smelled fishy.

Strauss-Kahn had enemies in high places, too, which is why this whole matter stinks to high-Heaven. First of all, Strauss-Kahn was the likely candidate of the French Socialist Party who would have faced Sarkozy in the upcoming presidential elections. The IMF chief clearly had a leg-up on Sarkozy who has been battered by a number of personal scandals and plunging approval ratings.

But if Strauss-Kahn was set up, then it was probably by members of the western bank coalition, that shadowy group of self-serving swine whose policies have kept the greater body of humanity in varying state of poverty and desperation for the last two centuries. Strauss-Kahn had recently broke-free from the "party line" and was changing the direction of the IMF. His road to Damascus conversion was championed by progressive economist Joesph Stiglitz in a recent article titled "The IMF's Switch in Time". Here's an excerpt:

"The annual spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund was notable in marking the Fund’s effort to distance itself from its own long-standing tenets on capital controls and labor-market flexibility. It appears that a new IMF has gradually, and cautiously, emerged under the leadership of Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
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Strauss-Kahn had set out on a "kinder and gentler" path, one that would not force foreign leaders to privatize their state-owned industries or crush their labor unions. Naturally, his actions were not warmly received by the bankers and corporatists who look to the IMF to provide legitimacy to their ongoing plunder of the rest of the world. These are the people who think that the current policies are "just fine" because they produce the results they're looking for, which is bigger profits for themselves and deeper poverty for everyone else.
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Repeat: "...a fundamental rethinking of economic theory".... (a greater) "distribution of income"...(more) "regulation of financial companies", "central banks need to do more to prevent lending and asset prices from expanding too fast".

Are you kidding me? Read that passage again and I think you'll agree with me that Strauss-Kahn had signed his own death warrant.

There's not going to be any revolution at the IMF. That's baloney. The institution was created with the clear intention of ripping people off and it's done an impressive job in that regard. There's not going to be any change of policy either. Why would there be? Have the bankers and corporate bilge-rats suddenly grown a conscience and decided to lend a helping hand to long-suffering humanity? Get real.

Strauss-Kahn broke ranks and ventured into no man's land. That's why he was set up and then crushed like a bug.

(Note: Strauss-Kahn has been replaced by the IMF's number 2 guy, John Lipsky, former Vice Chairman of the JPMorgan Investment Bank. How's that for "change you can believe in"?)"

http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24784
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Re: DSK

Unread postby Gracist on Tue May 17, 2011 12:18 pm

"Conspiracy Theorists Feast!"

http://www.cnbc.com/id/43048790
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby warriorhun on Tue May 17, 2011 4:58 pm

Dear All,

Dominique Strauss-Maidenfuckin'-Kahn just did on a small scale what IMF does, raping countries and nations on a global scale.
So, who is our new best mate, the Maidenfucker?

1. Jewish, period. (Or, as "inner-Adolf" would say, Juden.). For some reson un-fathomable by me, most MSM sources call him "French".

2. Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

3. Freemason, member of the Grand Orient de France

4. Member of the Socialist Party of France (PS).

5. Founder of "Socialisme et judaïsme" ("Socialism and Judaism"), whatever the fuck that is supposed to be...

6. Was member of the Union of Communist Students in his youth...

If you think "inner-Adolf" makes this all up, here is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominique_Strauss-Kahn

So, here is our friend the Maidenfucker, the Jewish/Freemason/International Banker/Communist Cabal personified in one...

So what is happening?
I bet he raped the maiden, but the point is: why did he not slide? He is NWO... So, he did not slide for two reasons:
1. Chistka.
2. To show the world that there is no NWO :D
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby hoi.polloi on Tue May 17, 2011 5:48 pm

It's hard to say whether this is the "elite's" in-fighting as usual or their attempting to turn their in-fighting into a collective advantage for their particular social circles. Probably both .... again. I suppose when we "citizenry" get angry enough they have to make some appearance of sacrifice and they throw a couple minor celebs into the fray while leaving the core network unharmed. The creature has many limbs it can dispense with.
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby nonhocapito on Tue May 17, 2011 7:23 pm

warriorhun wrote:So what is happening?
I bet he raped the maiden, but the point is: why did he not slide? He is NWO... So, he did not slide for two reasons:
1. Chistka.
2. To show the world that there is no NWO :D


My guess is that this is character assassination. Maybe for some reason that we will never fully know he was not behaving as expected. Maybe he was really distancing himself by the financiers, like the article linked above by fbenario implies, or maybe it was some other less noble reason.

Regardless: of course these individuals can normally afford to commit crimes like these without visible consequences. But it seems unlikely that one important guy like him would jeopardize his career to satisfy base desires with a chambermaid. Instead I think that this was probably a set-up. Sadist encounters with subject women being Strauss-Khan's weakness (so the media say), all it took was to lure him in the perfect trap. The chambermaid pretended to be raped by him in a rough sex game, he had no idea he was committing a crime, but because of the passion she put in the play, both him and her got the signs of fighting on them. Some cash was exchanged as reparation. Both left the meeting amicably. Only later the chambermaid turned the game into reality. Easy does it.

That this travesty is sold as justice to the public is pathetic. The people know without knowing it that at this rate we should see members of the global elite behind bars every day, but obviously it almost never happens. And yes I agree with you warriorhun, Strauss-Khan no doubt was a dangerous globalist, probably a closet zionist who worked for a cause that had nothing to do with the interests of "France" or "Europe".

And there is also a possible secondary reason that comes to mind, that this could be a message to pedo-womanizer Berlusconi. I think the globalists want Berlusconi gone already, because of his unreliable dangerous behavior, and I think this event, together with the regional election that -on the same day- saw his party losing in many cities, could send a message to him, that retirement is due, eccentric characters will not be tolerated anymore.

We'll see...
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby bostonterrierowner on Tue May 17, 2011 7:57 pm

warriorhun wrote:Dear All,

Dominique Strauss-Maidenfuckin'-Kahn just did on a small scale what IMF does, raping countries and nations on a global scale.
So, who is our new best mate, the Maidenfucker?

1. Jewish, period. (Or, as "inner-Adolf" would say, Juden.). For some reson un-fathomable by me, most MSM sources call him "French".

2. Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

3. Freemason, member of the Grand Orient de France

4. Member of the Socialist Party of France (PS).

5. Founder of "Socialisme et judaïsme" ("Socialism and Judaism"), whatever the fuck that is supposed to be...

6. Was member of the Union of Communist Students in his youth...

If you think "inner-Adolf" makes this all up, here is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominique_Strauss-Kahn

So, here is our friend the Maidenfucker, the Jewish/Freemason/International Banker/Communist Cabal personified in one...

So what is happening?
I bet he raped the maiden, but the point is: why did he not slide? He is NWO... So, he did not slide for two reasons:
1. Chistka.
2. To show the world that there is no NWO :D


I dont know what you mean Worriorhun , the guy is as french as camember cheese just like Soros is as hungarian as Tokaj wine or gulash :)
You really make us eastern Europeans look like backword nationalistic relics :)

Dont you dare mention all these Jews dancing in Budapest in 1944 just 300 miles from Auschwitz
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby bostonterrierowner on Tue May 17, 2011 8:29 pm

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/does-d ... s-diseases

Its getting more and more interesting :)
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby Heiwa on Wed May 18, 2011 7:54 pm

I must say I am mystified how DSK could have raped a chambermaid at a 5* Accor hotel at NY … in a $3000:-/day suite. I always stay in 5* hotels when on business. Reason – good service and a nice suite/bed/everything! Business starts at 6 am and you can order a room breakfast at 5 am with everything. At 5 am a perfect breakfast with everything arrives on a trolley … normally by a boy. A good start of a day! Same at evening. Business is over at 10 pm and you want a bite before going to bed. Too tired to got out and eat. Room service! Just order it! Again – a perfect supper + good wine is served at 11 pm on a trolley … by a male servant. The room/suite has an eating area, a sleeping area and a business area and TV + everything. A home away from home. How on earth could I or anyone rape a chamber maid in a 5* hotel?
OK! Rooms/suites are cleaned by chamber maids in the mornings or when empty. You can hang up a Don’t disturb sign to avoid room cleaning but if you forget a chamber maid may enter your room to clean up! OK, DSK was sleeping late, was having a shower at 9 am (before having lunch with his daughter at noon) and when DSK is in shower, a chamber maid enters the $3000:-/night suit (to clean it) and encounters DSK – naked! It can happen. It has happened to me – in a $300:- suite. Evidently the chamber maid retreats out in corridor to next room, etc, etc. FGS – who wants to rape a chamber maid a 9 am ???? Me? To me this DSK drama is a 101% US set up. And reported in media 10 am!
Now US Justice, LOL, judges and juries (all corrupt) will get in action. DSK has no chance! 20 years in prison awaits poor DSK!! Only way to avoid trouble like this is – never stay in a US hotel!
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby Heiwa on Thu May 19, 2011 5:00 pm

DSK says he is innocent and didn’t rape anyone at Sofitel, NY. So what happened? Maybe this? It seems DSK checked out of the hotel and went to have lunch with his daughter Camille before going to JFK and plane back to Europe.. As the suite was empty a chamber maid was told to clean it up. The chamber maid went to the suite but didn’t use her key card to open the door. Actually the door was opened from inside by another hotel employé that let the chamber maid in and himself out. The chamber maid was thus alone in the suite. Suddenly a naked person … looking like DSK … enters from the bathroom and rapes the chamber maid. You really wonder who made up this soap?
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby wim1959 on Thu May 19, 2011 7:17 pm

Do not mind what did happen or did not happen.

Note the consequences:
Guilty or not guilty: DSK resigns. And who follows him as IMF president?
Did he do something wrong? And according to whom he did something wrong?
Much will change in the financial world from now. And exactly at this moment DSK resigns.

DSK now is nobody. Even if he 's proven not guilty in the future.
Who will be his successor? I think that's important.
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby truthloveandfreedom on Thu May 19, 2011 10:37 pm

Hello to all and thanks for your great research and insightful contributions to this great forum. This will be my first post here.

I totally agree that DSK really doesn't matter anymore. Even though he may have predicted that his political opponents may try something just like this (back on April 28th), and the fact that this story makes no sense and it seems highly unlikely that it could of gone down this way, He has resigned and once again we see the powerful weapon of the Media in full effect. Scripted one-sided reporting without investigation or any real evidence has become all to acceptable in the era of the 24hr news cycle. There even seems to have been some "jump the gun" reporting on this story, with early tweets from some members of the Sarkozy camp in France.
How evil this guy truly is and whether or not he was changing his ways (however unlikely that may be) is no longer of much consequence. What is of much consequence however is the fact that the president of the IMF and a viable presidential candidate of a major western government has been removed by a simple soap story provided by the media (although it is nothing out of the ordinary), and that to most people the presumption of innocence is no longer in their way of thinking. Most people do not want to (or just don't have the capacity to) believe that everything is a conspiracy and that our society is held together mostly with lies and deceit and therefore they choose to accept or ignore or mock the haunting realities of where we are headed as a society. This story is just another example of the conditioning of the public to rely on the media for their perception of reality and their opinion on it. The truth will not be televised, but most of us our mistaking the television for truth. Isaiah 5:20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

Keep it up guys!
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby reel.deal on Thu May 19, 2011 11:38 pm

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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby fbenario on Fri May 20, 2011 12:57 am

wim1959 wrote:Who will be his successor? I think that's important.

His successor is from JPMorgan - what a surprise.
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Re: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Unread postby fbenario on Fri May 20, 2011 12:59 am

truthloveandfreedom wrote:that to most people the presumption of innocence is no longer in their way of thinking. Most people do not want to (or just don't have the capacity to) believe that everything is a conspiracy and that our society is held together mostly with lies and deceit and therefore they choose to accept or ignore or mock the haunting realities of where we are headed as a society.
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Isaiah 5:20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil;

Exactly right on both points. Welcome to the forum!
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