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IMF Leader Arrested After Alleged Sex Attack

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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by MikeboydUS

Looks like New York may have just put one of its own on the IMF throne.


He might have expected diplomatic immunity for whatever he did while in NY, and surprise, surpirse, people had other plans for him.

www.reuters.com...


The issue has come up in recent years in civil cases in the United States. Three domestic workers employed by foreign diplomats in the United States have filed federal lawsuits alleging they were underpaid or physically and verbally abused. The workers claimed that their diplomatic employers violated the Fair Labor Standards, and that they are not exempt from prosecution under the Vienna Conventions' exemption for "commercial activity ... outside his official functions." But federal judges have dismissed all of the cases. Most recently, on April 26, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington threw out a case alleging that Lebanese Ambassador Antoine Chedid and his wife underpaid and verbally abused their maid. His decision relied, in part, on a State Department filing in a separate case, which found that hiring household workers for assistance during diplomatic service is covered by the Vienna Convention's immunity provisions.


It completely possible that this isnt an either/or scenario, but a "both" scenario. He may have had expectations he would get away with whatever he did, and someone pulled his net without telling him as a political move.




posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:04 PM
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I don't want to defend him but let's stick to facts scrupulously. The police didn't say he has fled the hotel. The article you link to says he had left the hotel when the detectives arrived.
He was expected in Germany today, have you found information about the flight he was in, did he buy his ticket at the last moment ?



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:10 PM
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Oh the Irony in this! Although this allegation seems sketchy, someone could just be looking for a payday, and someone somewhere will get there payday. Unfortunatley this is what our world has come to. Lets see who can schwindle, burn, blackmail, or sue someone. If this crime was indeed comittted apparently the "screwing of the people" section of the IMF handbook was misinterpeted.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:12 PM
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Have you? Sorry, but I get a little tired of being the research bitch for people who love to ask questions but dont seem able to figure out google on their own.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by Manouche
reply to post by Illusionsaregrander
 


I don't want to defend him but let's stick to facts scrupulously. The police didn't say he has fled the hotel. The article you link to says he had left the hotel when the detectives arrived.
He was expected in Germany today, have you found information about the flight he was in, did he buy his ticket at the last moment ?



Generally people who are that high up in the food chain have secretaries and such that arrange travel for them..the question is, did he try to purchase a ticket on the fly (no pun intended) but was there another ticket that he originally would have used that boarded later on. Was he flying commercial (these folks have enough power and $$ that they don't usually fly commercial) if so, why, especially if this is not a normal mode of air transportation for him?
(Disclaimer: For all I know, he could as a general rule fly commercial, but it bears asking).

Also, a lot of the info (passenger manifests, ect.) are probably inaccessible except to the parties directly involved (airlines, hotels, the police, ect.) at this time. It is an ongoing case so I imagine these entities are keeping stuff pretty close to the vest right now.
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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:17 PM
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Good. Yes, IMF is what makes our money go round. It is used along with the World Bank to redistribute wealth from one country to another. I'm glad he was arrested for anything because maybe it will open up the IMF to some more investigation. The IMF is a pit of NWO vipers and we dont' talk about them the way we talk about the Fed.
These globalists are from other countries. It's not just the US. Soros has a team of 26 working with him/for him.

Here's his team www.businessinsider.com...-entrepreneur-simon-johnson-20

What I don't understand is that as Soros himself is a Socialist, and a number on his team are Capitalist, is what is the real endgame with him.


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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:19 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus

What I don't understand is that as Soros himself is a Socialist, and a number on his team are Capitalist, is what is the real endgame with him.



Its a really good question, and if you ever make a thread on it, I will follow it. I cant figure that out myself. He is a contradiction. Unless he feels that the only way to global socialism is first through global capitalism which is doomed to failure.
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posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:32 PM
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You have said he wanted to get off US soil asap. I am trying to understand what is the basis for this deduction. Apparently, your statement is unsubstanciated.

You don't look like the constructive and cooperative kind with your comments.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:33 PM
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The IMF doesn't redistribute wealth. It makes loans to countries, loans that are difficult to pay off while intervening in domestic financial policy, such as imposing austerity measures.

Some might call that debt bondage and violation of national sovereignty. The IMF calls it business. Currently they are trying to expand that business into the European Union.

The US dominates IMF decision making, it holds the largest amount of shares and votes, which really means the Federal Reserve holds those shares.

The biggest threat to the US domination of the IMF is the EU. We are watching a power struggle between Europe and the US. The US functions like an investment bank to the Chinese and Japan, so guess whose side they are on. They want to make money and to do so means the US has to stay on top. The victor will be in control of the world's future central bank and be able to dictate global financial policy.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 05:56 PM
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This is an interesting story because of the many comments above and more. Couldn’t a rich and powerful guy like this just have a 1000 dollar call girl, or any high class woman who loves money, at his disposal rather than trying to rape a maid in a hotel? The guy is either being framed or the worst kind of sex maniac.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:00 PM
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You dont look like the kind that likes to look things up on his/her own. I linked to and posted a source that said he left his hotel in such a hurry he left his cell phone and other personal items.

Im not cooperative in the sense that I feel compelled or inclined to prove other peoples point for them. YOU are the one with the question, YOU look it up yourself. Its not my question. Its yours. I read the article I linked to.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:08 PM
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I was answering right to your link and comments and you are trying to evade it.

The link and the snipet you have posted don't say he left in a rush either. It's your own addition and interpretation.

Now continue having fun on your own.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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he will get away with it even if proven

he is an elite so he is entitled to much more freedoms than that of an average maid

it's a sad world we live in at times

but remember to stay positive and keep looking forward to what lies ahead

karma's a bitch



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:23 PM
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It's on the news




posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:31 PM
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Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander

Originally posted by MikeboydUS

The IMF, historically has been an asset of the US State Department. I would say this is still true. At this moment, the IMF are pushing their way into the EU. In the past, they would put third world nations in a form of debt bondage to the bank. Lastly, they are pushing for a "global reserve currency", that could become a global currency over time. This would make the IMF into the world's central bank or "Global Reserve Bank".




Where do you get that the IMF is an asset of the US State Department.? Im not saying its not true, Im just saying I cant see how the IMF is actually submissive to any part of the US government. It seems to me the other way round.


Some people insist on blaming everything on the bad ol USA. The NWO is Global. Does that mean anything to the America haters? I agree with you, that the IMF represents the Global cabal of which the US is part.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by topsykrets89
he will get away with it even if proven

he is an elite so he is entitled to much more freedoms than that of an average maid

it's a sad world we live in at times

but remember to stay positive and keep looking forward to what lies ahead

karma's a bitch


You are correct, he can play game for a long time and elude man's justice, but karma has a way of working out, even if it takes lifetimes.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:39 PM
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Food for thought:

www.google.com...


www.imf.org...
(acting director bio)

Let's see who the new permanent Director of the IMF becomes.

keep in mid:
www.rollingstone.com...



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by Reaching
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I suppose some very powerful people think they're above the law but this guy put his name forward to serve his country and he's married to another high profile individual.

It just doesn't seem logical that he would pick out some random maid and commit such a violent act.




Yes it would, to get to these high places in the NWO/Illuminati etc you have to be either a Sociopath or be a secret deviant in most cases.
What we're seeing here is just the tip of the iceburg with what goes on.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:43 PM
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Originally posted by inforeal
This is an interesting story because of the many comments above and more. Couldn’t a rich and powerful guy like this just have a 1000 dollar call girl, or any high class woman who loves money, at his disposal rather than trying to rape a maid in a hotel? The guy is either being framed or the worst kind of sex maniac.


Sure, he could have gotten a high-priced hooker but maybe at the time he didn't feel that he should have to pay for it since he saw her as a lesser person. Rape and attempted rape are crimes of opportunity, amongst other things.
Just because he is wealthy and influential doesn't mean that he isn't a sex maniac with really lousy impulse control and faulty reasoning.



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 06:44 PM
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Originally posted by MikeboydUS
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus
 


The IMF doesn't redistribute wealth. It makes loans to countries, loans that are difficult to pay off while intervening in domestic financial policy, such as imposing austerity measures.

Some might call that debt bondage and violation of national sovereignty. The IMF calls it business. Currently they are trying to expand that business into the European Union.

The US dominates IMF decision making, it holds the largest amount of shares and votes, which really means the Federal Reserve holds those shares.

The biggest threat to the US domination of the IMF is the EU. We are watching a power struggle between Europe and the US. The US functions like an investment bank to the Chinese and Japan, so guess whose side they are on. They want to make money and to do so means the US has to stay on top. The victor will be in control of the world's future central bank and be able to dictate global financial policy.


The Federal reserve are crooks beyond the pale. Any way you look at it, if it were not for this mechanism, tax payers would not have to pay a hidden tax while the Fed is busy printing money for all of its globalist desires. Do you really think the Rockefellers and the banks are picking up the tab for all these countries? The actual amount of reserve in the banks is by law 10 per cent and the rest is fiat money. And anyway the Fed is controlled by the Rothschilds, who are European. Sooooo just how American is this empire really?

If as you say, the Federal Reserve is totally responsible for the IMF (then who are all these people from other countries like this Klaus guy?) then it stands to reason that American taxpayers pick up the tab for the interest on printing money it is loaning to other countries for development. And when that country defaults, don't they just forgive the debt and the American taxpayer paid the whole darn thing. So yes I am still calling it redistribution.

By the way here is the guy

It is a great pleasure to be here today, to talk about this all-important topic of human welfare and economic stability.
This link is too often neglected, but it is an old idea. Adam Smith—one of the founders of modern economics—recognized clearly that a poor distribution of wealth could undermine the free market system, noting that: “The disposition to admire, and almost to worship, the rich and the powerful and…neglect persons of poor and mean condition…is the great and most universal cause of the corruption of our moral sentiments.”



Globalization has certainly delivered a lot. It has helped hundreds of millions of people break the bonds of poverty. A spirit of openness has broken down walls all over the world, allowing for the sharing of information and technology across borders and between people on a scale never before seen in human history. New economic powers have arisen, forever shifting the balance of economic power.
But globalization also had a dark side. Lurking behind it was a large and growing chasm between rich and poor—especially within countries. An inequitable distribution of wealth can wear down the social fabric. More unequal countries have worse social indicators, a poorer human development record, and higher degrees of economic insecurity and anxiety. In too many countries, inequality increased and real wages stagnated—failing to keep up with productivity—over the past few decades. Ominously, inequality in the United States was back at its pre-Great Depression levels on the eve of the crisis.

www.imf.org...

Globalist extroardinaire?


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