Monday, July 04, 2011

Strauss-Kahn Who was Pulling the Strings?

There probably isn't much in this article that you haven't already read elsewhere And I would go so far as to say the questions raised in the introduction are probably more interesting than the article per say. Other than perhaps, some of the alleged timings of certain events.

Do we I wonder, have three elements in all this? Influential dark forces, both European and American; an over zealous prosecutor with political ambitions, and a simple maid who is anything but? It is even being reported that she was hooking on the side, which might go a long way to explaining the alleged irrefutable ''evidence.''

Strauss-Kahn Affair: Unanswered Questions. Who was Pulling the Strings behind the Scenes
Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research
June 2, 2011

Media focus has centered on the story of the alleged victim, the hotel housemaid, rather than on who was pulling the strings behind the scenes in what visibly appears to be a political frame-up.

Why now and not earlier?

Why was the substance of her false accusations not released at an earlier stage?

Who was protecting her?

Why did the media wait to reveal this information, which was known to prosecutors at an early stage of the investigation?

The timing of the release was based on political considerations. France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde was confirmed as Managing Director of the IMF on June 26th. The report from the prosecutor was released to the media three days later, on June 29.

If this informaiton had been revealed a few days earlier, Lagarde's candidacy might have been questioned.

Regime change has been implemented at the IMF, not to mention preparations for the French presidential elections.

Sofar, the likely hypothesis of a frame-up directed against DSK is not being touched upon by the mainstream media.

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Jim Dwyer and Michael Wilson

NYT News Service
July 2, 2011

NEW YORK: Twenty-eight hours after a housekeeper at the Sofitel New York said she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, she spoke by phone to a boyfriend in an immigration jail in Arizona.

Investigators with the Manhattan district attorney's office learned the call had been recorded and had it translated from a "unique dialect of Fulani," a language from the woman's native country, Guinea, according to a well-placed law enforcement official.

When the conversation was translated — a job completed only this Wednesday — investigators were alarmed: "She says words to the effect of, 'Don't worry, this guy has a lot of money. I know what I'm doing,' " the official said. more


Anonymous said...

'At another meeting, the woman threw herself to the floor in response to questions, the well-placed official said.'

sounds familiar (woman = man, herself = himself)

'The woman has been crushed that her inconsistent statements have been brought to light, Mr. Thompson said. "I will go to my grave knowing what this man did to me," she told him on Friday, he said.'

Sa raison de vivre.

Anonymous said...

'Mansouret, a member of parliament, said she cautioned Banon not to file a police report at the time for fear it would hurt her journalism career.'

What more does it take to disqualify yourself.

Banon is a disgrace to journalism and women. She should accuse her mother Mansouret and find her own gorilla, putain d'attention.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

"In response to why she had not complained to the police at the time, Banon writes: "Put yourself in my place." It was widely reported that Banon's mother had dissuaded her from going to the police telling her she would be known for the rest of her life as "the girl who had a problem with the politician"."

Le Bal des Hypocrites - Tristane Banon.

You couldn't make it up.

Anonymous said...

Tristane Banon - La Reine du Bal.

Anonymous said...

Tristane Banon, the French writer who accused former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of assault, says she will not pursue a civil case.

Last week, prosecutors dropped criminal charges of attempted rape for lack of evidence. They said it was too late to pursue a lesser charge of sexual assault.

and a refreshing video

Himself said...

That said, I wouldn't leave him in the same room as my Mother, let alone daughter.