2012-11-26T18:18:43+0000

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Greece|IMF

Jamie Coleman

7 Comments

  1. Think back to how Christine Lagarde got this job. A lot of coordinated action took place to oust DSK, the previous head of the IMF (the sex scandal with the dodgy maid, the newly appointed New York chief of police who was reportedly a friend of Sarkozy, who in turn is supposed to be a CIA asset…. like some B grade movie). Anyway they shoehorn this woman into the job quick smart and this manoeuvre has been done for a purpose. Lagarde is not there to find a solution to the Euro ‘crisis’ she is there to make it worse. So no surprised there, unless you want to believe the rhetoric.

  2. Here’s a little context: http://www.moonofalabama.org/2011/07/the-strauss-kahn-entrapment.html …..so the question is what is the mission of Ms. Lagarde? Who has an interesting history of her own: http://www.voltairenet.org/mot120821.html?lang=en I’m sort of getting sick of all this skullduggery.

  3. do not think DSK was totally innocent there have been plenty of instances where he has done similar.

  4. So what? There was a coordinated move (involving the New York police, the staff at the hotel, Sarkozy etc.) to oust DSK and put Lagarde in his place. Lagarde is working towards an undisclosed end. That’s the point. DSK was a selfdeclared lothario. It was known. His known weakness was used when it came time to oust him. What’s Lagarde’s role? Lagarde is working for the people who put her where she is today. So it comes as no surprise to me that she is the sticking point on a European deal which would close the Greece chapter.

  5. 3 years ago when Largade was still our FinMin (I live in France).
    Here is what she told us when we got a very sudden rise in gas:

    “The french should abandon their car and ride their bikes”

    Her surname in France was Christine “Lagaffe” which means Christine the blooper

  6. So we are on for another endless meeting? Is that right? Laced with skullduggery, incompetence and self-importance. Lovely. I’m so glad we pay these people to do this for us. Not.

  7. Sort of ‘let em eat cake’, haven’t you guys done this already? Royalty all over again.

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