Thursday, November 29, 2012

Strauss-Kahn Said to Reach Deal to Settle With Hotel Housekeeper

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the IMF, and the NYC Sofitel housekeeper, Nafissatou Diallo, who under curious circumstances, accused him of sexually assaulting her last year have quietly reached an agreement to settle a lawsuit she brought against him, reports NYT.

NYT continues:
Ms. Diallo’s lawsuit sought unspecified damages for what court papers called a “violent and sadistic attack” that humiliated and degraded her, and robbed her “of her dignity as a woman.” Her lawyer indicated that he was prepared to introduce testimony from other women who say they were attacked by Mr. Strauss-Kahn in “hotel rooms around the world” and in apartments specifically used by him “for the purpose of covering up his crimes.”
Bottom line: French intelligence agencies, banksters etc. all had the goods on DSK and could pull the string at anytime to end his IMF career and his run for the French presidency. You show complete unwavering alliance to the elitists in control, or you will be removed. Ask General Petraeus.


  1. You have an active imagination, Wenzel. It's also odd that a libertarian believes in the hyper-competence of so many government officials.. I'm surprised you don't believe the Fed can magically manipulate currency to stimulate the economy as well.

    1. Uhhhh, the Federal Reserve HAS manipulated the currency to stimulate the economy.

      Are you retarded?

    2. the Fed comment was sarcasm mocking Wenzel apparent believe in the efficacy of government planning... please pay better attention next time

  2. It doesn't seem to me that you would need hyper-competent government officials to set-up DSK in a sex scandal. The men screws anything within range.

  3. The point is that the power elite are good at their power games--but not good at steering real world, spontaneous orders that defy central planning.