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Old 28-05-2010, 04:56 PM   #1
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Operation Sarkozy : how the CIA placed one of its agents at the presidency of the French Republic
by Thierry Meyssan*

One should judge Nicolas Sarkozy according to his actions, and not according to his personality. Yet when his doings surprise even his own constituents, it is legitimate to take a detailed look at his biography and question the bonds that brought him to power. Thierry Meyssan has decided to write the truth about the French Republic’s president background. All the information included in this article is provable, except for two assertions signalled by the author who alone takes full responsibility.

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Old 03-06-2010, 11:31 PM   #2
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Default French President Nicolas Sarkozy faces arms deal

French opposition MPs have called on President Nicolas Sarkozy to give details of any links to suspected commissions on arms deals allegedly used to fund political campaigns.

The calls follow a report from Luxembourg police alleging Mr Sarkozy approved the creation of firms which received money from the commissions.

They allegedly financed then PM Edouard Balladur's 1995 presidential campaign.

The two men have repeatedly dismissed allegations of illegal party funding.

French news website Mediapart quoted the Luxembourg police report as saying: "The agreements on the creation of the two companies appear to have come directly from Prime Minister Balladur and Finance [Budget] Minister Nicolas Sarkozy.

"Part of the funds that passed through Luxembourg [companies] came back to France to finance political campaigns" in 1995, added the police report, according to Mediapart.

Government spokesman Luc Chatel dismissed the recurring allegations as "a serial fairytale" and said the government was co-operating with an investigation by a French judge.

One of the MPs who asked for information, Socialist Party deputy leader Harlem Desir, called for French judges to obtain the Luxembourg police documents.

"The officials at the time, namely Edouard Balladur and Nicolas Sarkozy, the budget minister who was in charge of the sale and the commissions, must be asked to provide all the information that the French are waiting for," Mr Desir said.

Since 2008, French investigators have been looking at allegations that the cancellation of commissions for one of the arms deals prompted an attack that killed 11 French naval engineers in Pakistan in 2002.

In May 2002, a bomb in Karachi killed the engineers who were in Pakistan to build the submarines.

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The wee wanker.

How embarassing. All they needed to do was knock Dubya's head off.
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geeez...he's even wee-er than I thought!!..... but still a first class wanker..... and keeps great company
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Old 15-06-2010, 04:43 AM   #6
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Sarkozy is a shame for french people.

France has to be a monarchy and catholic.
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FAIL!

I laughed hysterically at the picture.
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Perhaps he is the reincarnation of Napolean, a midget who is not of French origin but who is now 'king' and trying to build an empire
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Building one on the behalf of his masters........hey maybe PARIS Hilton is related to Napoleon

Sarkozy is a Frenchman of mixed national and ethnic ancestry. He is the son of Pál István Ernő Sárközy de Nagy-Bócsa, (Hungarian: nagybócsai Sárközy Pál; some sources spell it Nagy-Bócsay Sárközy Pál István Ernő; About this sound Hungarian pronunciation (help·info) [nɒɟ͡ʝboːt͡ʃɒi ʃaːrkøzi paːl]) a Hungarian aristocrat, and Andrée Jeanne "Dadu" Mallah (b. Paris, 12 October 1925), who is of French Catholic and Greek Jewish origin. They were married at Saint-François-de-Sales, Paris XVII, on 8 February 1950 and divorced in 1959



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He has all the pedigree to be a NWO schill.

I bet Sarkozy laments the day platform shoes went out of style.
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I bet Sarkozy laments the day platform shoes went out of style.
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Do you wear those above when whispering in King Obamas Ear.

Masonic Traitors, Treason, and Treachery:The French Revolution, Jacobins and Jacobites



Hey thats it sarky you wipe out the monarchy then you and your gang can strut around the world with the KING and QUEEN wannabees.

HYPOCRITES of the HIGHEST ORDER.

If you ask me they should re instate the Monarchy in France and get rid of those Fake Idiots like the Sarkozy gang

Are the French really so stupid ?


Air & Hymne De La Monarchie Française

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) was initiated into Army Philadelphe Lodge in 1798. His brothers, Joseph, Lucian, Louis and Jerome, were also Freemasons. Five of the six members of Napoleon's Grand Councel of the Empire were Freemasons, as were six of the nine Imperial Officers and 22 of the 30 Marshals of France.

But Freemasonry is democratic, loyal, a-political, and peaceful right?

The French Revolution

If one desires to point to a major world event proven to have been inspired by secret society machinations, one need look no further than the French Revolution, which devastated that nation between 1787 and 1799. Revolutionary leaders, in seeking to overthrow the decadent monarchy of King Louis XVI, launched the first national revolution of modern times.

Although popularly believed to have begun due to a public uprising over lack of food and government representation, the record is quite clear that the revolution was instigated by cells of French Masonry and the German Illuminati.

The New Encyclopedia Britannica tells us that in France there arose a political system and a philosophical outlook that no longer took Christianity for granted, that in fact explicitly opposed it... The brotherhood taught by such groups as the Freemasons, members of secret fraternal societies, and the Illuminati, a rationalist secret society, provided a rival to the Catholic sense of community."

Secret society researcher and author Nesta H. Webster was even more pointed, writing in 1924, "[The Masonic book A Ritual and Illustrations of Freemasonry] contains the following passage, 'The Masons... originated the Revolution with the infamous Duke of Orleans at their head.'"

Author Bramley wrote, "During the first French Revolution, a key rebel leader was the Duke of Orleans, who was grand master of French Masonry before his resignation at the height of the Revolution. Marquis de Lafayette, the man who had been initiated into the Masonic fraternity by George Washington, also played an important role in the French revolutionary cause. The Jacobin Club, which was the radical nucleus of the French revolutionary movement, was founded by prominent Freemasons."

It was the Duke of Orleans, grand master of the Grand Orient Lodge of Freemasons, who reportedly bought all the grain in 1789 and either sold it abroad or hid it away, thus creating near starvation among commoners. Galart de Montjoie, a contemporary, blamed the Revolution almost solely on the Duke of Orleans, adding that he "was moved by that invisible hand which seems to have created all the events of our revolution in order to lead us towards a goal that we do not see at present..."

Drawing on an impressive number of contemporary writings, Webster added, "If, then, it is said that the [French] Revolution was prepared in the lodges of Freemasons - and many French Masons have boasted of the fact - let it always be added that it was Illuminized Freemasonry that made the Revolution, and that the Masons who acclaim it are Illuminized Masons, inheritors of the same tradition introduced into the lodges of France in 1787 by the disciples of Weishaupt, 'patriarch of the Jacobins.'"

Guiseppe Balsamo, a student of the Jewish Cabala, a Freemason, and a Rosicrucian, became known as Louis XVI's court magician Caliostro. He wrote how the German Illuminati had infiltrated the French Freemason lodges for years and added, "By March 1789, the 266 lodges controlled by the Grand Orient were all 'illuminized' without knowing it, for the Freemasons in general, were not told the name of the sect that brought them these mysteries, and only a very small number were really inititated into the secret."

Jacobins and Jacobites

Pro-revolutionary members of France's National Constituent Assembly had formed a group which became known as the Society of the Friends of the Constitution. After the Assembly moved to Paris, this group met there in a hall leased from the Jacobins' convent of Catholic Dominican Friars. These revolutionaries, sworn to protect the revolution from the aristocrats, soon were known as the Jacobin Club. Since that time, all revolutionaries have been called Jacobins.

At least that is the official story of the Jacobins. As usual, the Jacobins are tied to earlier secret societies, in this case a movement to restore a kingship in Britain.

In 1688 England's unpopular and pro-Catholic Stuart king, James II, was deposed by his Dutch son-in-law, the Protestant William of Orange. James - whose name in Latin was Jacobus, hence the name Jacobites - fled to France. There he continued to be supported by Freemasons in Scotland and Wales who sought to restore him to the English throne. They were accused by French Freemasons of converting Masonic rituals and titles into political support for this restoration.

According to some versions of Masonic history, James was ensconced in the Chateau of Saint-Germain by his friend, French King Louis XIV where he established a system of Masonry that became known as the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.

After a series of failed rebellions, the Jacobites in Scotland were finally crushed at the battle of Culloden Moor near Inverness in 1746. Their leader, Charles Edward Stuart, "Bonnie Prince Charlie, the young pretender," escaped to France, taking with him Jacobites imbued with "Freemasonic ideals". A year later in Arras, France, Charles chartered a Masonic Sovereign Primordial Chapter of Rose Croix known as "Scottish Jacobite"...

French Masons too were heavily involved in the political events of that day. Webster noted, "All the revolutionaries of the Constituent Assembly were initiated into the third degree" of Illuminized Masonry, including revolutionary leaders such as the Duke of Orleans, Valance, Lafayette, Mirabeau, Garat, Marat, Robespierre, Danton, and Desmoulins.

Honre-Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de Mirabeau, a leading revolutionary, indeed espoused ideals which were identical with Adam Weishaupt, founder of Bavarian Illuminized Masonry. In personal papers Mirabeau called for the overthrow of all order, all laws, and all power to "leave the people in anarchy." He said the public must be promised "power to the people" and lower taxes but never given real power "for the people as legislators are very dangerous as they only establish laws which coincide with their passions." He said the clergy should be destroyed by "ridiculing religion."

Mirabeau ended his tirade by proclaiming "What matter the means as long as one arrives at the end?" - the same end-justifies-the-means philosophy preached from Weishaupt to Lenin to Hitler.

Contrary to popular history the storming of the Bastille was not the spontaneous action of a downtrodden mob. "That brigands from the South were deliberately enticed to Paris in 1789, employed and paid by the revolutionary leaders, is a fact confirmed by authorities too numerous to quote at length... In other words, the importation of the contingent of hired brigands conclusively refutes the theory that the Revolution was an irrepressible rising of the people," wrote Webster.

We see in the French Revolution the first time where grievences were systematically created in order to exploit them," wrote author still.

Such exploitation began with the Freemasons as early as 1772 when the Grand Orient Lodge was firmly established in France, counting 104 lodges. This number grew to 2,000 lodges by the time of the Revolution, with 447 lodge members participating in the 605 member Estates-General. One of their primary goals was the Nationalization of all Church property to help pay off the large debts Revolutionary France incurred in assisting their Jacobite Masonic brethrens plans during the American revolution.

Meanwhile, buoyed by the situation in France, Masonic-based revolutionary clubs sprang up in other countries, including England, Ireland, the German states, Austria, Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland. Tensions between outside nations and France rose until 1792 when France declared war on Austria and Prussia.

Confronted with both a war and a revolution, France degenerated into the Reign of Terror, during which time King Lous XVI, Marie Antoinette, and many thousands, chiefly aristocrats, were executed.

In a move similar to Hitler's action 150 years later, the Jacobins closed down all Masonic lodges in 1791, ironically fearful that Freemasonry's organizing power might be turned against them.

"Behind the Conventions, behind the clubs, behind the Revolutionary Tribunal, there existed... that most secret convention which directed everything... an occult and terrible power of which the other Convention became the slave and which was composed of the prime initiates of Illuminanism" noted Webster.

Author Epperson, after an exhaustive study of the subject, agreed. He wrote, "The invisible hand that guided the entire French Revolution was the Illuminati, only 13 years in existance, yet powerful enough to cause a revolution in one of the major countries of the world."

Wars, riots, and coups continued in France until a young General Napoleon Bonaparte finally seized complete control in 1799. Although he carried on his own brand of terror in Europe for years, Napoleon proclaimed an end to the revolution. France was in shambles. Hundreds of thousands had died of starvation, war, violence, and the guillotine. The power of both the monarchy and the monolithic church had been largely destroyed.

"So in the 'great shipwreck of civilization,' as a contemporary has described it, the projects of the Cabalists, the Gnostics, and the Secret Societies which for nearly eighteen centuries had sapped the foundation of Christianity found their fulfillment," commented Webster.

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Death of Jean Charles de Menezes

Born 7 January 1978...Gonzaga, Minas Gerais, Brazil
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Jean Charles de Menezes (pronounced [ʒeˈɐ̃ ˈʃahlis dʒi meˈnezis] in Brazilian Portuguese; 7 January 1978–22 July 2005) was a Brazilian man shot in the head SEVEN times at Stockwell tube station on the London Underground by the London Metropolitan police, after he was misidentified as one of the fugitives involved in the previous day's failed bombing attempts. These events took place two weeks after the London bombings of 7 July 2005, in which 56 people died.


Air France Flight 447 was a scheduled commercial flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on 1 June 2009, killing all 216 passengers and 12 crew members.

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Notable passengers

Prince Pedro Luís of Orléans-Bragança, third in succession to the now extinguished throne of Brazil. He had dual Brazilian-Belgian citizenship. He was returning home to Luxembourg from a visit to his relatives in Rio de Janeiro
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Juliana de Aquino, Brazilian singer and actress, was en route to Stuttgart, Germany, to continue working in the musical Wicked after visiting her family in Brazil.
Luis Roberto Anastacio, president of Michelin for Latin America.

Silvio Barbato, composer and former conductor of the symphony orchestras of the Brasilia National Theatre and the Rio de Janeiro Municipal Theatre; he was en route to Kiev for engagements there.

Fatma Ceren Necipoğlu, Turkish classical harpist and academic of Anadolu University in Eskişehir; she was returning home via Paris after having given concerts at the fourth Rio Harp Festival.


Pablo Dreyfus from Argentina, a campaigner for controlling illegal arms and the illegal drugs trade.


Izabela Maria Furtado Kestler, professor of German studies at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Octavio Augusto Ceva Antunes, chair professor of chemistry at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Eithne Walls, Irish eye doctor and a former member of the famed Riverdance ensemble.



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Two French research students found stabbed to death following a flat fire had been tied up and suffered horrific, excessive injuries, police have said.

The bodies of Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez, both 23, were found in a ground-floor flat in New Cross, south-east London, on Sunday night.

They had suffered a total of 243 stab wounds to the head, neck and chest before being set alight.

The biochemistry students had been studying at Imperial College, London.


Det Ch Insp Mick Duthie said he had NO idea why the students were killed ???

'Frenzied, horrific attack'

The BBC's crime correspondent Ben Ando said Mr Bonomo had 196 stab wounds, including 100 to his back, and Mr Ferez had been stabbed 47 times.
He added a chemical was used as an accelerant in the fire.
Mr Duthie said: "The extent of the injuries are horrific. I have never seen injuries like this throughout my career.


Imperial College's Rector, Sir Roy Anderson, said the students had "bright futures ahead of them".

Speaking at a news conference at Scotland Yard, he said the flat had been broken into six days before and a laptop had been stolen.

Police said Mr Bonomo, of Velaux, and Mr Ferez, of Prouzel, studied in Clermont-Ferrand, central France, and had been chosen to take part in a research project into chains of protein within DNA at Imperial College, which was due to last up to four months.


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Lightbulb Nicolas Sarkozy Overheard Calling Netanyahu A Liar

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Perhaps he is the reincarnation of Napolean, a midget who is not of French origin but who is now 'king' and trying to build an empire
I already call him the jewish mini Napoleon.
But he is more aggressive and pervert than the original.
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I have the feeling he is from one of the bloodlines and not just a puppet. Maybe he thought it'd be a laugh.
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I have the feeling he is from one of the bloodlines and not just a puppet.
I reckon they all are
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