RT: Sarkozy placed under formal investigation for corruption . . . plus some thoughts from Neil Keenan on the subject. . . ~

This is interesting, because I remember Neil Keenan telling me — and my notes confirm this — that during Sarkozy’s run for re-election he was supplying the opposition with the information that established without doubt that Sarkozy was a Globalist, and his opposition made this fact perfectly clear during his run for office. It looks like he was killed by his own sword.

At the same time I am remembering other conversations with Neil, and I’ve found this info in my notes: As for Berlusconi from the moment Dal Bosco stole the notes entrusted to me I was aware that Berlusconi played a big part in it. He also along with his brother played a big part in the Chiasso scam that was nothing more than a successful attempt to steal the notes from Yamaguchi and Watanabee.

For these reasons Berlusconi was found guilty. For the first time, his opponents had too much firepower, and in the end it looked as though it was his playing with underaged girls, but in fact there was much more behind it. Gionfranco Fin Berlusconi’s once-upon-a-time partner knew exactly what to do with what he received and applied extreme pressure to Berlusconi, so much so that he eventually broke.

I add here what I just picked up from the RT News Line: 

Berlusconi apologizes after blasting judges

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has apologized to the judiciary after his recent critical statements, RIA Novosti reported Wednesday, citing local media. The ex-premier was reprimanded on Tuesday by a judge from the court that is overseeing how he serves a tax-fraud sentence for his criticism of the judiciary at a trial last month, according to ANSA. Berlusconi reportedly told a Naples court that the Italian judiciary was “uncontrolled, uncontrollable and irresponsible” and has “full immunity.”

I also happened across this about Queen Beatrix at the same time: Queen Beatrix who I have dealt with for years now — as you are aware — left her Royal position when I told her I was going to post her involvement in the Global Accounts and how she not only has screwed her own country but many others as well. She has never given her country the 2% that was given to her after each and every Global deal. It stayed in her pocket.

Neil has given me permission to publish the above, saying let’s get the truth out there! Their day is over! ~J

Published time: July 02, 2014 01:45
Edited time: July 02, 2014 02:18

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.(Reuters / Gonzalo Fuentes)

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.(Reuters / Gonzalo Fuentes)

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation on suspicion of influence peddling and other crimes, after being detained and questioned by prosecutors as a suspect for over 18 hours.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation on suspicion of influence peddling and other crimes, after being detained and questioned by prosecutors as a suspect for over 18 hours.

The announcement came on Wednesday night at around 2:30 am local time. Sarkozy has also been indicted with bribery and violation of professional secrecy, AFP reports.

The investigation relates to suspicions he used his influence to get information on a probe into funding irregularities in his 2007 election campaign, Reuters reports. Sarkozy’s lawyer, Thierry Herzog, was also reportedly placed under formal investigation as part of the same case.

The 59-year-old politician appeared before a judge late on Tuesday, after being detained for police questioning in the Paris suburb of Nanterre earlier in the day.

It is the second time the former president has been placed under such a judicial probe since losing his legal immunity after leaving office following the defeat by Francois Hollande in 2012.

Nicolas Sarkozy (L) Muammar Gaddafi.(Reuters / Jacky Naegelen)

Nicolas Sarkozy (L) Muammar Gaddafi.(Reuters / Jacky Naegelen)

The case over which Sarkozy ended up in detention is based on suspicions the politician was tipped off his mobile phone had been tapped and together with his lawyer tried to obstruct justice, France 24 reports. The case also involves a recorded phone conversation between Sarkozy and his lawyer, which allegedly implicated Judge Gilbert Azibert, of leaking information about the ongoing corruption probe.

READ MORE: Gaddafi helped to bankroll Sarkozy’s campaign

Judges looking into alleged financial irregularities of Sarkozy’s 2007 election campaign had obtained an unprecedented authorisation to listen in to the former president’s phone conversations. Denying any wrongdoing, Sarkozy had previously compared this authorization with the methods used during the Cold War by the East German Stasi secret police.

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13 Responses to RT: Sarkozy placed under formal investigation for corruption . . . plus some thoughts from Neil Keenan on the subject. . . ~

  1. lozzafun says:

    Good morning Jean…Hear are some indicators to “CRUNCH TIME”

    ‘US hegemony in world has ended’ – Russia’s deputy security chief

    http://rt.com/politics/169860-us-hegemony-brics-russia/

    The Emerging German-Russia Axis

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-02/emerging-german-russian-axis

    Meltdown in US Dollar and Oil Hit $150

    http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2014/7/2_Richard_Russell_-_Meltdown_In_The_U.S._Dollar_%26_Oil_To_Hit_$150.html

    BRICS Morphing Anti Dollar Alliance

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-02/brics-are-morphing-anti-dollar-alliance

    Bank of America Site Down

    http://sitedown.co/bank-of-america

    Billionaire Tells Americans to Prepare For ‘Financial Ruin’
    Newsmax.com http://www.moneynews.com/Outbrain/Trump-Aftershock-American-Economy/2012/11/06/id/462985#ixzz36PQl6cal

  2. ksense says:

    There is and has been a concerted effort to get us (Americans) to view the French as “quitters”. Many jokes are made about white flags, “I give up”, etc.
    I think it is because the French are the ones who took the corrupt leaders and cut their heads off. They don’t want us to remember that possibility.

  3. Wysiwyg says:

    Sarkozy is believed to be involved in the removal of D Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF and in thwarting DSK’s presidential hopes. DSK was the main opposition to Sarkozy. It’s also alleged that Sarkozy’s brother (?) has ties to the CIA. http://www.crashonline.eu/was-strauss-kahn-set-up-to-help-sarkozy-french-ask/

    Namaste

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    • ksense says:

      That article has taken bullet-points that seem to back a political ideology. I suggest reading the whole article written by Mr. Hanauer to get what he was saying.

  5. lozzafun says:

    Hi Dear Jean…This is related to the Sarkozy event…..

    Top China military official Gen Xu Caihou accused

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-28084886

    One of China’s most senior military officials has been accused of accepting bribes and expelled from the Communist Party, state media report.
    Gen Xu Caihou was once a member of China’s elite decision-making body, the Politburo. He will now be handed over to prosecutors for a court martial.
    He is believed to have been held under house arrest for several months.
    Analysts say this could be the biggest military scandal China has seen for many years.
    Xinhua reported that President Xi Jinping had presided over a Politburo meeting about military discipline and approved the decision to expel Gen Xu and hand him over to military prosecutors.
    Rumours about the investigation into Gen Xu had circulated for months. Many believed poor health – he is reported to have been treated for cancer – would save him from prosecution.
    But this move is being presented in state media as part of the government’s battle against corruption.
    Two other high profile figures were also expelled from the Communist Party for corruption on Monday – Jiang Jiemin, the former head of the state asset regulator, and Wang Yongchun, the deputy head of the state energy giant China National Petroleum Company (CNPC).
    The spate of expulsions comes at a time when speculation is rife about the fate of one of China’s most powerful politicians, former Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang, who is allegedly being investigated over allegations of corruption and abuse of power.
    Jilin power
    Tens of thousands of officials have been arrested since President Xi began an anti-corruption campaign in 2012.
    The president has warned that the Communist Party’s very survival is threatened by corruption and has vowed to root out every corrupt official, whether “tigers” or “flies”.
    Throughout his career, Xu Caihou rose steadily through the ranks of the military and the Communist Party.
    He joined the army in 1963, and the party in 1971. A year after that he became the secretary and deputy chief of the political department of the military command in the north-eastern province of Jilin.
    He spent most of his career in Jilin and the neighbouring province of Liaoning, where he was born, before taking up senior roles in the army’s main political department in the 1990s.

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