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IMF Leader Arrested After Alleged Sex Attack

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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:51 AM
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This does not compute. If he did commit such an act, he is so powerful that he would never have been carted away in public for all to see. He would have just paid (bribed) his way out of it. Or he would never have been caught. The fact that he did get arrested screams conspiracy to me. Somebody higher up on the list scratched his name off and whispered to the guys below him, "Take care of it..."




posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:54 AM
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Due to be on the stand I believe in around 10 mins time.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:55 AM
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We got onto the discussion of oral sex because it is mentioned specifically in the news reports.

A link is attached.

www.msnbc.msn.com...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:56 AM
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Haha. Yea, that's the way its used in everyday speech here too. But, understandably, our sex laws are some of the oldest on the books so they often classify any sex act (fingers, anal, oral, etc) that can't lead to procreation under one umbrella term.
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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:58 AM
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So latest news is that the SOB was released and has fled to Israel? Per CNN.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 10:58 AM
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I guess our perspectives are based on our individual experiences.

I was attacked when I was young. It was in an area considerably more remote than a hotel room in one of the world's busiest cities.

I screamed. I got help.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:02 AM
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Here's another interesting element:

"IMF bylaws state that its officials "shall be immune from legal process with respect to acts performed by them in their official capacity except when the fund waives this immunity." Strauss-Kahn's attorneys did not answer questions from CNN about whether he may claim that diplomatic immunity covers such an allegation."

www.cnn.com...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:07 AM
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Part and parcel of typical illuminatti, luciferian, BOHEMIAN GROVE membership. These pathetic members of the old world order and the powers that were think of ordinary humans beings as a life support system for an anus, vagina or other sexual body part.

In the old days, the maid would have been paid off or executed. It is great news that a man of his power is being brought down. It's a sign of what's to come. Many more leaders will be going to jail.

We have the real power. Don't believe the fear mongering. Imagine more of those misguided souls in jail and it will happen.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:26 AM
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I have often wondered how it would be possible to bring into effect, a One World Government, when so many powerful people with their own agendas, are running around the world doing their own thing...so to speak.

Maybe this is the start of the 'power' consolidation, the reducing down of influence that the Many elitist wield.
It is well known that 'they' will eat their own at need, yet this IMF fellow is still just small potatoes compared to the Real powers who call the shots, the ones you will Never hear of.

This actually could be a Bad sign for all of us, that the power 'Crunch' has finally begun, and the initiation of the One World Government is now full steam ahead.....Bend a knee to the New Order, or your out of the game.


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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:41 AM
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Back to the French election angle:

"(DSK) is considered a top candidate for president of France next year.

An opinion poll published Sunday -- but taken before the scandal broke -- showed him in first place among six hypothetical candidates across the political spectrum, with 26% support.

President Nicolas Sarkozy came fourth, with 21.5%, in the IFOP poll published in Le Journal Du Dimanche."

It seems like this guy really was on his way to the Presidency.

www.cnn.com...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:42 AM
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Something tells me this has been planned to make us think just that. We don't have any real power as we are not in-the-least approaching any level of unity required for such action. Even the truthers can't seem to stop bickering. In my humble opinion, I think that there was some disagreement and cold-feet over at the IMF HQ and thus- this guy gets thrown to the wolves while some even more hardened bastard takes his place. Likewise, has anyone been able to find out whos replacing him?
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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:50 AM
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O ya found that creaking floorboard. Turns out he was calling for power and funds to be spread out more evenly and such.. Globalism article

Still nothing on who's replacing him though...
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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:54 AM
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Here is yet another detail that doesn't add up.

How would you attempt to lock a person in a hotel room when all locks lead out?

As well, it's interesting that in this more recent report the details of the act are no longer specific.

"She pulled away from him and he dragged her down a hallway into the bathroom where he engaged in a criminal sexual act, according to her account to detectives. He tried to lock her into the hotel room."

www.bbc.co.uk...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 11:57 AM
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Sodomy is any kind of "unnatural sex"....



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by Reaching


I guess our perspectives are based on our individual experiences.

I was attacked when I was young. It was in an area considerably more remote than a hotel room in one of the world's busiest cities.



No. YOUR perspective is based on your individual experience.

I dont make the mistake of assuming other people will act as I did, or do. Because they dont. While some things about humans can be generalized, not all of them can. And what a specific person might or might not do has to take into account THEIR specific strengths weaknesses, experiences, intelligence, size, level of assertiveness, conditioning, etc.

Its not that you cant make good calls on peoples behaviors. But you can never make them based on "well I would never, or would always do x."



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:02 PM
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The IMF was set by the United States after World War II as part of the Bretton Woods system, originally to replace the Swiss based Bank for International Settlements. Historically it has favored the US. The US is the largest single shareholder within the IMF, giving it over 400,000 votes within the system. With its allies, the US has a very dominant voting bloc within the IMF. This is being challenged by the EU though, which could potentially overpower the US. The EU if it voted as one bloc, would have 700,000 votes. Enough to override the US, which has never happened. So for now the US is the dominant member, but that could change as has happened at the Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland, where the US Federal Reserve, who holds the single largest amount of shares, has essentially been overpowered by a European bloc.

IMF Members' Quotas and Voting Power, and IMF Board of Governors
www.imf.org...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:04 PM
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There are a lot of people, including his wife, standing behind him.

www.reuters.com...


"It doesn't resemble the man I know. The sooner justice intervenes, the earlier it will be better for him, the institution he represents and for all of us." - FRANCOIS HOLLANDE, CANDIDATE FOR SOCIALIST PARTY PRIMARY

It's also worthy of note that the previous scandal in which he was involved was an extramarital affair that was consensual. It only became an issue when the woman's husband found out.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:07 PM
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Thanks Mikeboyd. I appreciate it.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:08 PM
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Again friend, there is no need to be harsh.

I don't know whether this guy is guilty or not.

I'm just saying all of the contributing factors make it a complex situation that is open to many interpretations.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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As Reaching, I am having a hard time with the fact that a 62 year-old man with his career, brains and wit could do something that stupid, not mentioning the horror of the act. How could he believe for one second he would get away with that ? And on US soil on top of it ! I know many here can believe it and that they think it is usual business for the powerfuls. Me, I don't believe assaulting the random maid and moving away is a PTB or a PTB's puppet option. There are so many ways to have sex, you can arrange for a rape simulacre if it's a fantasy of yours, everything is possible in that business.

This is absolutely reckless and doesn't make sense. I know Strauss-Kahn has a reputation of a womanizer but this is very different. My logic being backwards, I actually think that him being known for affairs with younger women is a point in favor of a frame. He is bright, witty, alert, in good physical shape, he is not frustrated, he doesn't need that and a man in his position knows how to handle emotions. He is a politician, he looks at you straight in the eye and lies. That's his job and he's good at it.

A few more thoughts.

Regarding the other scandal in 2008, there were strange details. The woman was a hungarian named Nagy. Sarkozy's full name is Nicolas Sarközy de Nagy-Bocsa and his father is hungarian. Sarkozy (right) and Strauss-Kahn (left) are supposed to be rivals, I am not implying that Sarkozy had something to do with it because he wouldn't want to leave evidence like that, right ? But I thought at the time that some kind of message was sent to someone and me, being the cattle I am, I can't figure out the message.

The IMF director is always a European and in practice appointed by the US. in 2007, the newly-elected president Sarkozy suggested and backed Strauss-Kahn for the position, a very important and prestigious position whose allocation is certainly subject to intense lobbying. Why did he ? French political analysers with their expertise of political matter consensually commented that Sarkozy wanted to drive him away from France because he feared him for 2012 elections... Wow ! Evil masterplan ! I have never understood how holding a prestigious position with international exposure and recognition could stop Strauss-Kahn from running for president, I actually thought that would help him. Ah ah ! I even thought it was a reward for something. I guess that's why I am not a political expert. Anyway, the plan has failed and Strauss-Kahn has stressed his ambition to run for presidency.

Now on the thing that he's Sarkozy's main contender, it's media spin and pools hysteria at this point. Primaries haven't started, campaigning hasn't started, he was beaten by large in 2006, Segolène Royal collected 60% of the votes, Strauss-Kahn 20%. I don't know why he is pushed in front like that. He has always been a media darling, his wife was a very famous political show anchor, he has connections that others may not have.

It's huge news in France at the moment. It's an earthquake and it's only a sunday.




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