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Re: <nettime> The Limping Messenger: Warrior President Sarkozy proves it
Frederic Janssens on Sun, 29 Apr 2012 22:19:45 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> The Limping Messenger: Warrior President Sarkozy proves it: “A friendship bought will be betrayed.”

Mediapart has just published a document signed by Moussa Koussa
proving the ?50 million ($65.8 million) illegal campaign contribution :


On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 16:35, Tjebbe van Tijen
<tjebbe {AT} imaginarymuseum.org>wrote:

> Warrior President Sarkozy proves it: ?A friendship bought will be
> betrayed.?
> April 29, 2012 by Tjebbe van Tijen
> A sitting president of any nation at the end of his term always has stains
> on his/her presidential uniform and the frequency with which the
> presidential suit has to be brought to the
> state-media-dry-cleaning-services may increase when she or he is so bold to
> want a second term. Sarkozy is no exception to this rule and indeed his
> stains are numerous, some are hard to remove older stains on the shirts he
> was wearing during earlier stages of his career: Karachi-gate (1994)
>  Bettencourt (2007), La Garde-Tapie (1993-2007), and several stains by ?the
> always well documented slander? of Le Canard Enchain? (like the October
> 2011 article on how a death sentence of Gaddafi has been instrumented by
> French Military Intelligence). Last stain thrown at him was by Dominique
> Strauss Kahn saying his sexual misconduct in New York was manipulated by
> the French government to keep him from running for President . Yes, the
> same DSK who is like Sarkozy a master of doing things and than saying he
> has not done them.



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