Wednesday, May 18, 2011


1. On 28 April 2011, Liberation conducted an interview with Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

(«Oui, j'aime les femmes, et alors?» - Libération)

Strauss-Kahn told Liberation that he had strong evidence that he was being watched.

He referred to Sarkozy's Interior Minister.

He told Liberation that he imagined a scenario in which a woman is bribed with one million Euros.

This woman would then lie about being a rape victim.

(Thanks to Mr. Friend's Blog for alerting us to this)


Thanks to Penny for bringing the following to our attention (Banker vs Banker - Dominique Strauss Kahn vs Ben Bernanke.):

2. The IMF under Dominique Strauss Kahn has been planning to issue bonds that could compete with US treasuries.

Countries and investors could buy SDR bonds rather than US treasuries.

"It will effectively end the USA's ability to print off the debt."

(Was IMF Head Dominique Strauss Kahn arrested over SDR Bonds?)

3. "Unhappy with the U.S. dollar-dominated global monetary system in place today, officials in China and Russia and some economists have called for the enhanced use of the IMF's SDR as a global currency – the belief being that, backed by an impartial institution, it would be more stable than the greenback, which is governed by national policies crafted to a great degree by the Fed." (What Strauss-Kahn's arrest means for the IMF.)

4. From the Guardian:

Strauss-Kahn allowed his staff earlier this year to attack the US, its main paymaster, for running a bigger budget deficit while others tried to reduce theirs.

He also changed the emphasis of the fund's lending from simply a means to impose neo-liberal capitalism on near-bankrupt victims, to a more sympathetic programme with less micro-management from Washington.

At the IMF's most recent conference in Washington, Strauss-Kahn stressed the failure of western governments to promote job creation as a means of safeguarding social democratic structures.

He feared the riots in Athens would spread across Europe.

Thanks to Penny for bringing all this to our attention (Banker vs Banker - Dominique Strauss Kahn vs Ben B...)


Europe VS Asia for Top IMF Post


gyg3s said...

Peter Dale Scott's analysis of the war in Libya talks about the demise of the Petrodollar.

Entity said...

Anaughty Mouser said...

Yeah, 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.

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.

Anaughty Mouser said...

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.


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

su said...

he who lives by the sword
will probably die by the sword.

Entity said...

Some say DSK was framed by Sarkozy. It can also be a bluff. What do u think, folks?

aferrismoon said...

Sarkozy apparently warned DSK to be careful in the US - this article about the Great Seducer came out on May 9.

A bit too accurate [ considering reporting standards these days]

Sarkozy's wife is having a baby - sarkozy , he good ma.

It does remind one that the main contender to sarkozy was Strauss and both are Jewish. Whatever happened to 'diversity'.

Perhaps Strauss didn't suit Israel.


Anon said...

nobody has left a new comment on your post "STRAUSS-KAHN FEARED BEING FRAMED":

Thanks Aang and everyone else who piled in on this. I've been on the road and would have had no idea otherwise. This is weird isn't it? How could Strauss-Kahn have been appointed head of the IMF without being tight with the banking families? It's inconceivable. He must have known the point of the IMF (ie. to destroy economies) and he must have known what would happen if he went against it. And so he went against it and got his variation of assassination. Um, okay... The whole thing is very odd. Otherwise, the fact that he might have been set up doesn't mean that the women declaring him a rapist aren't right too. Reportedly, you only get to positions such as the one he held by being nth degree corrupt. Allegedly, Kissinger's been getting away with it for decades (but with boys of course). Also it's entirely possible that Strauss Kahn's assertion that he was to be set up was merely him attempting to pre-empt allegations he knew were coming. And he knew they were coming because he was as guilty as sin. It's possible. I wonder if what he was brought down over what was only the most minor of quibbles in terms of who got what, and in no way spoke of major differences between himself and the banking families in terms of the IMF as agents of impoverishment and starvation. Because there weren't any natch. "Kinder, gentler"? Sorry, I'll never buy that. Whatever... either way I won't be shedding a tear over him. best, n


Penny said...

hey aangirfan:

thanks for the link over again.

I would think the kinder gentler angle is not the main reason DSK was outed, just one of many.

If the SDR's could have been used to usurp the petrol dollar, that forces every nation globally to finance US wars, that is the real reason.

I also think the voting shares would have been a bit much for the US.

China and Russia having more of them.

It is quite obvious the US has hopes of breaking them apart-balkanization and control.

Therefore, they would not wish to see their targeted nations getting to much power on the international stage

sl said...

think the trap was set to him because he was going to compete with sarkozy. not because something associated with imf.

more on honey trap

Anonymous said...

From 'The Naked Man In the Heather':

Boy, did I laugh at THAT post!

Sorry, mate, it probably wasn't me, I'd have remembered having my ##'s trod on at that time of the morning.

I also laugh at all these posters who can't believe such powerful men as Strauss-Kahn could never act in a inappropriate manner when staying in a hotel.

My first real job was working in reception in a hotel. Despite being acquainted with the seamier side of life already, from my time in London, I was somewhat taken-aback at the behaviour of the guests in the corridors at night. I can GUARANTEE you said men run rampant (sic) the moment they get though the door of a hotel, treating the staff as slaves to do with as they will. They blatantly ORDER you to organise a girl, or, even more fun, order champagne, to stand there naked in their room, TODGER IN RAMPANTIS when you get there, to coyly suggest you 'pop-it' (they probably ment the bottle?)

Some of the women can be just as randy. As couples.

I could tell you a thousand tales, but let's not sully this blog with that.

But one shining example might tittle your fancy?

I once punched-out a top Swedish opera-singer, son of a ditto father revered almost as God in not only Sweden but Europe, if not the world. He walked into the reception and grabbed the telephonist by her boobs roaring "Good God, these are worth f###ing!"

They were, actually (and I did, at a more appropriate time, and in private, but that's not here or there). He did this in public, and thought it a perfectly acceptable thing to do, actually expecting her to jump with joy and get to it.

Despite not spitting into the glass when in the mood, no, she wasn't amused.

I had him halfway out the door and intended to throw him in the river outside when security arrived and bundled him off, he screaming he'd have me jailed.

No, never heard a word. For the press attention would have ruined him.

Harry Reichenberg, our Swiss/German headporter, an ex-Hitler youth and survivor of the Battle of Berlin in '45, otherwise suaveness and decorum personified as befitting his position, said a few choice words in English (fill in your favourites) about such people, and ignored it.

First and only time I ever heard him swear, in any of the seven languages he spoke.

I later left for a more suitable employment in a shipyard. Amongst REAL people.

Now, it might be someone is framing S-K, but they are using his weak point to do it. The man is no innocent and deserves all he gets even if being framed. He might be innocent of this occasion but he's as guilty as hell of all the other occasions he's used his power to cover-up.

I have NO sympathy for such people.

Anonymous said...

Strauss-Kahn allowed his staff earlier this year to attack the US, its main paymaster, for running a bigger budget deficit while others tried to reduce theirs.

This is the biggest ponzi scheme ever, the US prints money it does not have, gives it to the IMF who in turn gives back to the US the equivalent "production value dollars". Man I want to get into this scheme!

Entity said...

Honk Bonk Man said...

I don't believe this guy was framed. By what I heard he had a tendency to chase woman. He could get away with that behavior in Europe, but in the USA it is a different story. The American media loves this kind of news. I don't think this guy would be making any big changes in the way how the the IMF do business. Similar incident happened with that African basketball player a few years ago. The only difference is that the African was young and famous compared with this old bagel high on Viagra. I am sure the maid will be making some good money out of this incident. She will retire early.

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