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    Quote Originally Posted by [B]M[/B]onsieur [B]Q[/B]uick [B]H[/B]and [B]S[/B]handy
    yes, that post was very tedious, besides missing the point completely
    Monsieur Quick Hand Shandy....I'm sorry but there's absolutely no hope for a liboturd like you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
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    He'd have to be nuts to do it. If he is nuts and he did do it - then off to prison. I said that from the beginning. The above comment is correct and not inconsistent with my earlier posts at all. I don't think he did it becuase he be nuts to do so. I'm certain it was a set up. But if I'm wrong - then he should go to prison - that's all.
    I think you need to up the Ritalin dose, really.

    Well then, I guess you're clearly just as fucking stoopid as your circle jerk pal Rodney, aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bald Wodney View Post
    yes, that post was very tedious, besides missing the point completely

    Monsieur Quick Hand Shandy....I'm sorry but there's absolutely no hope for a liboturd like you!

    the others who call you stupid and pathetic have been shown to be right

    so just fuk yourself, you stupid turd

    you have nothing to say of any interest

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    I think he also used the G word at some point.. maybe he should be stripped of his posts..

    He is a wanker of the highest order - but since I was stripped of hard-earned posts which I thought was really unfair - I'm now an advocate against that. I'd recommend leniency - just a doghouse stint (or perhaps - it would be a stint "outside the doghouse" on TD?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by koman
    Monica Lewinski was more than willing.
    Allegedly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
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    I think he also used the G word at some point.. maybe he should be stripped of his posts..

    He is a wanker of the highest order - but since I was stripped of hard-earned posts which I thought was really unfair - I'm now an advocate against that. I'd recommend leniency - just a doghouse stint (or perhaps - it would be a stint "outside the doghouse" on TD?)
    The "G word"- I'm assuming that's not "God or Government," so. . .what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer
    Well then, I guess you're clearly just as fucking stoopid as your circle jerk pal Rodney, aren't you?
    "Circle Jerk" what a strange term to use? obviously you're knowlegible about this practice...would you care to enlighten us with examples of your personal experiences?


    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    so just fuk yourself, you stupid turd
    Capitals doc capitals pleaseeeeeeeeeeee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer
    He is a wanker of the highest order
    It's certainly a french thing, wanking and arse f*cking, you two must get together soon, that is if you haven't already done so?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer
    I think he also used the G word at some point
    Ohhhhhhhhh Noooooooooo not the "G" word....you don't mean G..? No I can't bring myself to post it...againnnnnnnnnnnnnn!

    It's interesting that you "toomy" together with Monsieur Quick Hand Shandy" are obsessed with Circle Jockeys, Wanking, Wankers and Arse Fucking maybe that's french culture for you?

    Obviously I don't know if you're both french and as "arry" posted ealier he's studied kinesics unfortunately I haven't.

    Suffice to say I have read about "The Analysis of Verbal Behaviour" and I respectfully suggest you read about that subject as it can tell you a lot about people!

    Bonsoir les garcons xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bold Rodney
    Oh and "toomy's" gone very quiet too?
    My apologies for not replying sooner to the "informed" comments found here today. A problem with my ISP.

    Here is a blog by someone who has had his reputation destroyed by his own Government.

    Craig Murray
    Ex UK Ambassador

    "After I protested internally and in writing about UK complicity in torture, I found myself suddenly faced with eighteen allegations against me by my employer, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, including an allegation that I had criminally expedited visas for women in return for sexual favours, or to put the same allegation more bluntly, blackmailed visa applicants into sex.

    My world collapsed. Like Strauss-Kahn, I ended up on suicide watch. I don’t know if DSK is innocent; he could indeed be a monster; but should he be innocent, I know the absolute hell he is going through.

    After an official British government investigation, I was presented with the file of a single visa applicant, for a young lady named Albina Safarova. From her passport photo, she was very beautiful. On the back of her application, the visa officer had written “HMA [Her Majesty's Ambassador] authorises issue.”

    But if I had authorised issue, my signature should have been there; it wasn’t. What was there, was a letter from the lady’s visa sponsor, a man named Dermot Hassett. In his letter of support for the application, he stated that the circumstances of the application were known to the British Ambassador, Mr Craig Murray. On top of which, there was a letter from the visa issuing officer, Lorraine Clarke, who stated that she had issued the visa after being informed by two named British diplomats that Mr Hassett was a friend of mine.

    So far, so damning. But I had never even heard of Mr Dermot Hassett or of Ms Albina Safarova. I had never met him. I had never met her. I was mystified. I eventually passed the papers on to a seasoned investigative journalist, Bob Graham. He tracked down Dermot Hassett, who told him that the British Embassy had advised him to add the phrase about my knowing the circumstances of the application to his letter of support. They said that would guarantee the visa would be issued.

    I have no reason to believe that Dermot Hassett and Albina Safarova were anything other than unwitting dupes. But this application was directly and officially shown to me as evidence of my sexual inolvement in visa applications. I have no doubt at all that it was fabricated evidence to damage my reputation and lessen the impact of any potential public revelations I may make about UK complicity in torture or extraordinary rendition.

    I was cleared on all charges, but that did not matter because the British government had damaged my reputation forever by promoting the allegations to the media. Those who deny the very possibility that modern western governments connive in quite deliberate conspiracies of injustice, have no idea what they are talking about. If you threaten them in any political way, they can certainly fabricate evidence against you.

    I know; they did it to me."



    I note a post regarding the fact that the Frenchman has resigned and a poster finds it difficult to understand that some people realise that the "incident" has made it impossible to continue in his position where "trust" and integrity" has some meaning. I also realise that some posters come from a society where honour has no place.

    If a few of the well paid, and holding "powerful" positions in the finacial world, people had resigned recently there may have been a more fruitful global recovery.

    If you strip out the "Franco-phobic" ramblings of some posters we are left with "hearsay" or the publications of the media.

    I wonder at the ability of any court in the US, or any juror, not to be influenced by the ongoing outpourings and give this guy a fair trial. But again it is justice "wild west" style which is now the norm for the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bold Rodney
    It's interesting that you "toomy" together with Monsieur Quick Hand Shandy" are obsessed with Circle Jockeys, Wanking, Wankers and Arse Fucking maybe that's french culture for you?

    You are obviously right, completely correct, nobody is talking about you, or following you, and should just sit down and take your meds

    there there, it's Ok, we understand

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    Another "media" blog, which may be a little late to the party, for you all to comment on.

    STRAUSS-KAHN’S ACCUSER: THE FACTS | The Slog

    "The accuser of IMF boss Dominic Strauss-Kahn has been outed by Paris Match as Nafissatou Diallo. But some of the ‘facts’ of the case do not ring entirely true.

    Nafissatou Diallo is a native of Guinea. She is a 32 year-old unmarried Muslim, with a 15 year-old daughter. Her dress code, marital status and age of having the child (17) would all suggest she isn’t a strict Islamist.

    Yet neighbours ‘quoted’ in New York tabloids allegedly described her as ‘ a practising Muslim who wears a veil‘. Perhaps the neighbours were visually challenged.

    Le Figaro last night reported that posters of Strauss-Kahn were everywhere in the New York hotel (Sofitel). The paper commented, ‘Not surprisingly, the hotel management posted his face everywhere, advertising the fact that such a VIP had chosen their hotel as his venue’. Paris Match – which first named the maid – agreed with this account.

    By any First World legal standards, this makes a nonsense of Ms Diallo ‘picking DSK out’ at an identity parade last Sunday afternoon.

    The French website nanojv quotes an anonymous Sofitel source as saying, “Strauss-Kahn has stayed at this hotel six times since the start of 2010, and Nafi Diallo has been an employee here for three years. Her appearance of ignorance as to the identity of the man in suite 2806 strikes us as surprising”.

    Yet Diallo – a French speaker – claims through her lawyer that she had no idea who the VIP was.

    On France Deux TV last night, a fellow-guest told the channel’s reporter that in the lift immediately prior to checking out, “he [DSK] gave off an air of smiling normality”. The French State channel went on to claim that the IMF boss was “off to lunch with his daughter before catching the first available plane back to France”.

    Yet the NYPD insists he made a dash straight to Kennedy Airport in order to escape justice.

    It also now transpires that the informant describing Diallo as “an exemplary mother” is not her brother at all, but one of her closest friends. That seems an odd mistake to make.

    And answering The Slog’s question of yesterday, Le Monde reports that Diallo is being kept in hiding ‘by the American authorities’. Were she a mafia wife turning State’s evidence, that would be normal. But why the State has to ‘mind’ a non-US citizen accusing a man banged up on Riker’s Island escapes me.

    A comment threader at the BusinessInsider website wrote as follows yesterday evening, ‘I love that the NYPD hauled his over-entitled butt right out of first class and off the airplane. That took some balls.’

    I’d call that view worrying, mean, bigoted, xenophobic and unpleasantly envious. And bollocks.

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    DSK ACCUSER WAS GRANTED ASYLUM BY US GOVERNMENT | The Slog

    "Although this isn’t new news, I have just realised that Nafissatou Diallo – the maid accusing Dominic Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault – was originally granted political asylum by the American authorities. This is in fact how she got into the US seven years ago.

    As I noted in last night’s late posting, it is also the US Government – not her lawyer Shapiro – which has organised her retreat into hiding….and is guarding her round the clock. Who do they think might harm her? Or is it just that they’d rather she didn’t say anything unguarded to the press?

    Dallio is now being described by msnbc as ‘of limited education’.

    So then, a young and vulnerable single mother (who is not a US citizen and not the sharpest card in the pack, but is known to the US authorities) gets protected by those same US authorities in preparation for the trial of a man who is a known sex abuser (the more this goes on, the more his grope-habit becomes clear) and also happens to be the most pro-euro and anti-dollar man at the IMF….which he just happens to be running.

    Confirming what The Slog wrote yesterday about DSK’s more likely sexual modus operandi, various US papers and our Telegraph are of full of lurid prurience about Strauss-Kahn’s penchant for New York’s high-class hookers. Seems a little odd that he’d leap from the bathroom naked and jump on a maid, the identity of whom he didn’t even know until she came in to clean his room, when all that classy sex was available and on tap.

    Here’s a little speculative reconstruction that makes more sense:

    DSK contacts the concierge and asks him to send up more pneumatic material. In preparation for the event, the IMF boss goes to the bathroom and undresses. He hears the door click open and, when he detects movement outside the bathroom door, leaps into action. He’s expecting someone pliant, but this lady is screaming the house down. Being an arrogant git, he’s angry. He demands oral sex as a consolation prize.

    Did the concierge know DSK’s peccadilloes given he’d been to the hotel six times in ten months? More than likely.

    So the two remaining questions are: was it mistaken identity? Or is Nafissatou Diallo part of a sting operation, chosen for her vulnerability, ease of being hidden from view, and likelihood of attracting the sympathy vote?

    Oh, and one more question that could be crucial: why was Diallo granted asylum in the first place?

    Stay tuned."

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh
    My apologies for not replying sooner to the "informed" comments found here today. A problem with my ISP.
    "OhOh" it was meant as "Oh" as in surprise, so not addressed to you "OhOh" but your post although somewhat irrelevant to the DSK case is of course very interesting!

    I understand the comprrison you're attempting to make and I sincerely hope Craig Murray sues the authorities even although there's never enough compensation awarded to undo the damage that's been done to his reputation.

    However I'm sorry but I have to cut this post short as "Monsieur Quick Hand Shandy" is in a bit of a "mousse" tonight, apologies for any misunderstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by good2bhappy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by thegent
    " And you are of impeccable character with an unblemished history within the community, are you not?
    I think that might be ruled as leading the witness
    Leading a witness into giving evidence on issues not in dispute is quite permissible and certainly in the preliminary stage of examination in chief it is the norm - saves time and helps the flow.

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    Can't believe anyone is still defending this guy, even less believing in any crazy wild conspiracy, it is so far out to be down right ridiculous worthy of nothing but fruitcakes.

    A whole huge can of worms has been opened up in France, and they are falling over each-other, people from both sides of the political spectrum, reputable lawyers and journalists all have loads of stories to tell about this mans notorious behavior towards women, including violent sexual advances.

    The whole sordid French attitude towards sexual harassment towards women at work and in private, and the silence culture, and the Judiciary's reluctance to take complaints serious due to a certain machismo culture, has exploded in the French press, this affair will probably change how these things are seen in the future in France.

    The French are hugely embarrassed by all the revelations and they see it as very damaging to the worlds perception of the French.

    The likelihood that this guy is guilty as hell is overwhelming to say the least, no smoke without a fire, and the whole of France is covered in the disgusting smog right now.

    It has come to the point that no matter what happens in the US courtrooms this guy is toast and marked as a sick sexual predator. Posters here really should read what is coming out from France.

    In fact it is so bad, that even if I normally think people should be presumed innocent to proven guilty, Kahn deserves to go down whether he has done it or not, because he sure as hell have gotten away with molesting women plenty times before, it is simply just impossible if all the stuff now out is all lies. I could not care less if he was setup in this case, it would be rough justice but justice served never the less.

    Yet I do not think it is a setup, far from it, and if the NYPD is any good at what they do this Kahn guy is going down big time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bold Rodney
    I told you about it and I said you wouldn't understand it.
    oh never mind, nobody understands you, oh dear

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    In fact it is so bad, that even if I normally think people should be presumed innocent to proven guilty, Kahn deserves to go down whether he has done it or not
    nice, your sense of justice is overwhelming

    if he has never been charged before, how do you think he has got away with all the gossip from France?

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    Of course this is what I have been saying right from the beginning including my astute observation on the effect it will have on French society generally and, more specifically, their ridiculous culture of protecting loathsome hypocrites from the consequences of their appalling behaviour. The gossip of course cannot be reported in France which is how he has lasted for so long, you idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh
    So the two remaining questions are:
    how much public money has been used to quiet victims of spank waniels rape fantasies.

    and who hired him for his past and present positions - there should be a multitude of jobs available now their incompetence has been shown to the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr
    In fact it is so bad, that even if I normally think people should be presumed innocent to proven guilty, Kahn deserves to go down whether he has done it or not
    nice, your sense of justice is overwhelming

    if he has never been charged before, how do you think he has got away with all the gossip from France?
    Yes that's exactly what it is, anyroad it's the Internet so no real harm done it's only IMO, and we'll see Andy

    You should read both the Time pieces, linked again below, It goes a long way in explaining why he has been able to get away with it, also explanations from the lawyer who have come forward telling that he has several complaints from women on file, where the women eventually decided not to risk coming forward and go to court due to the special French attitude to cases like this. And that lawyer is not the only lawyer to come forward with several cases on file.

    I'll post the links again.

    Quotes From Time - After DSK, Schwarzenegger: Why Powerful Men Behave Badly - TIME

    Sex, Lies, Arrogance: What Makes Powerful Men Behave So Badly?

    "Paris lawyer Emmanuel Pierrat recalls a young woman who told him of a violent encounter with Strauss-Kahn. "She wanted to know whether I thought what I heard would form the basis for a solid legal case," Pierrat says. "I told her I did." In the end she decided to drop the complaint, fearing the media circus, the very good chance she'd be accused of being a liar or worse. "In addition to my client, I also have a personal friend who came to me and described an unwanted, forceful sexual advance by Strauss-Kahn that she was forced to literally fight off," Pierrat says. "They're all essentially the same account, the same kind of behavior, with only the places changed." Yet once again, no charges were ever filed, and Strauss-Kahn was never investigated for any misconduct."



    And quotes from this one - Strauss-Kahn's Womanizing: Why France Was Silent About It - TIME

    Smoke and Fire: Why France Was Silent About Strauss-Kahn's Womanizing

    "A Paris attorney who specializes in defending victims of sexual violence, who didn't want to be named, says he has "an entire pile of complaints" from women who say they were attacked by Strauss-Kahn. Like Pierrat, he says last weekend's news evoked déjà vu. And like Pierrat, he says he has a consistency of accusations against Strauss-Kahn. "It's all so similar," he says. "The lock thrown on the door, the pulled or ripped undergarments, the physical force that turned violent as resistance mounted, all of it."

    "In 2008, after Strauss-Kahn was reprimanded for his relationship with an IMF subordinate, the economist Piroska Nagy, for which he apologized, a few more people in France were willing to talk openly of his reputation — but only in a bantering, almost jokey way. Socialist parliamentarian Aurelie Filipetti admitted to a newspaper to having suffered a "very heavy-handed flirt" by Strauss-Kahn — one so unpleasant and insistent that "I made sure I was not in a closed room with him" ever again."

    "On a radio show, one French actress asked out loud, "Who hasn't been cornered by Dominique Strauss-Kahn?""

    "Everyone has heard the rumors — you'd have to be deaf not to have heard them," says Socialist Party member and former national Vice President on Social Affairs Malek Boutih,"

    (An American executive working in France) "The executive takes pains to point out that there are different kinds of smoke and fire. "[Strauss-Kahn] clearly has sexual issues — not just how often he's 'on,' but also in his treatment of women. The guy's behavior is at times simply inappropriate,"

    "Says the French lawyer who asked not to be named: "My clients and other women I've been contacted by with reports of sexual aggression by Strauss-Kahn were all either Socialist Party members, supporters, or involved in wider leftist political activity that eventually brought them into contact with Strauss-Kahn. He has said he loves women, but it seems more accurate to say he loves Socialist women. I suppose he viewed that milieu as providing his supply of new women, and as one where women who caught his eye would either be compliant, or keep quiet about having to fight off his advances. Either way, there are a lot more women — and men — in Socialists circles who know about his activity than have ever said so.""


    "The case in New York City reflects another dimension of the problem in France. "If I try transposing the situation in New York on Sunday to France, I just can't do it," says Diallo. "Not only because the woman is black and apparently an immigrant. But also because she's a housekeeper. Perhaps even more than her race, her station in society would probably prevent authorities [in France] from taking her accusations against a rich and powerful man seriously. Racism is on the rise here again, but class discrimination has never gone away."
    The pattern of French political behavior — in which class, rank and gender trump all — is long established.""


    It just goes on and on Andy, you will have to do some searching yourself. Considering that many of those people is not just your ordinary Joe's, and their careful guarded diplomatic language, I personally have no qualms about calling this one, there is just to much piling up.

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    Bail granted for Dominique Strauss-Kahn

    A US judge allowed ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn to post bail of $US1 million ($941,970) in cash and a $US5 million ($4.71 million) bond in order to avoid being held in a New York jail while he faces sexual assault charges.
    Judge Michael Obus on Thursday approved an elaborate arrangement under which the 62-year-old banker would be confined to a private apartment in Manhattan and monitored by armed guards.
    Prosecutors have said he should remain behind bars.

    Judge Michael Obus agreed to release Strauss-Kahn from notorious Rikers Island jail after he also agreed to an insurance bond, to surrender all travel documents and to submit to guarded home detention.
    He was to be monitored in a Manhattan apartment 24 hours a days, seven days a week by video surveillance equipment and have at least one armed guard with him at all times, a New York court heard.
    The hearing came just hours after Strauss-Kahn, 62, resigned from the IMF vowing to clear his name after being charged in the alleged attack on a 32-year-old chambermaid in a luxury New York hotel suite on Saturday.
    He was indicted by a grand jury on Thursday and will face trial on charges of sexual assault and attempted rape on June 7.
    An IMF board meeting is under way to discuss options for his successor.
    The board’s 24 members represent the 187 IMF member nations, either as individuals for the largest economies and IMF shareholders such as the United States, or for regional groupings of smaller economies.

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    The sad fact is that even if this lady did ask DSK to leave her alone he probably thought she was a Greek or Portuguese asking for money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746
    Prosecutors have said he should remain behind bars.
    absolutely ridiculous, it's clear that the ADA has a political agenda

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr View Post



    The French are hugely embarrassed by all the revelations and they see it as very damaging to the worlds perception of the French.

    this Kahn guy is going down big time.
    But, but, why is Butterfly defending this POS perv?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr View Post



    The French are hugely embarrassed by all the revelations and they see it as very damaging to the worlds perception of the French.

    this Kahn guy is going down big time.
    But, but, why is Butterfly defending this POS perv?
    If you believe a report in Time magazine, a bastion of "world" opinion, as being representative of French public opinion and "the worlds"; you live in a very small world.

    The French have very little time for "Anglo-Saxon" ideals and have had that attitude for centuries. Long may they retain their savoir faire.

    As for the "POS perv" why not actually wait for the "trial", the evidence, before you pass judgement. The posse culture needs to be reined in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larvidchr View Post
    The whole sordid French attitude towards sexual harassment towards women at work and in private, and the silence culture, and the Judiciary's reluctance to take complaints serious due to a certain machismo culture
    That's it in a nutshell.

    He'll have his day in court- or several months or more. If they have his DNA his defense is going to have say it was consensual. If they don't have his DNA he'll probably skate.

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