SOME PIECE OF WORK Strauss-Kahn is turning out to be, with the latest headlines screaming…
I’m still wondering who at Huffington Post will get the Anne Sinclair interview? Sinclair is Strauss-Kahn’s wife, as well as the editor of Le Huffington Post, whose endurance has got to be at the point of breaking. His dangerous libido is putting her through yet another round of fresh hell.
France could have been stuck with the guy as president. That he was a respected member of the world elite, running the World Bank, is something worthy of pondering. If he weren’t among the 1% of the world’s 1% how would the police have handled his excursions?
During questioning in the so-called Carlton case – as many of the prostitutes operated out of a hotel of that name in Lille, northern France – Marie-Anne S. described a “violent scene” in the upmarket W hotel, near the White House.
She said Mr Strauss-Kahn “used force” against her. “He held my hands. He pulled my hair, he hurt me,” she told judges, adding that the former French finance minister tried to sodomise her.
“I refused saying no, I don’t want to…I clearly said I didn’t want to several times, out loud,” she reportedly told the judges.
French elections are Sunday and it looks like anti-austerity Socialist François Hollande, after winning the recent debate, as well as garnering a “centrist” endorsement, is poised to take the presidential prize.
“Ah that debate.” Mr Hollande said to chants of “François President”. “The incumbent placed so much hope on it … He thought he would eat me up in one mouthful, but I’m afraid he ended up going hungry.” – UK Telegraph
If François Hollande wins on Sunday, one of his brainy ideas is to lower the retirement age to 60 for some workers. It’s positively mad.