Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Sarkozy detained in Gadhafi probe



The Canadian Press is reporting that "In the latest judicial setback for the former French president, Nicolas Sarkozy was placed in custody on Tuesday as part of an investigation that he received millions of euros in illegal campaign financing from the regime of the late Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi."

There's nothing illegal about making campaign contributions unless of course Sarkozy didn't report them which is obviously the case. After we helped Sarkozy murder Gadhafi under false pretense, Gadhafi's son claim his father made campaign contributions to Sarkozy which he denied. Now it appears that was true. It clearly falls within the realm of believability given the fact that Sarkozy was trying to convince the world we could trust Gadhafi with nuclear weapons because he wanted to sell him a French reactor.

As soon as Gadhafi decided to buy a nuclear reactor from Argentina instead of France, we helped France invade Libya and murder Gadhafi. That stain is on all of us.

This is the third funding scandal le chien sal has been caught in. The book “Sarko m’a tuer” (Sarko Killed Me) claims Nicolas Sarkozy received undeclared contributions from the heiress to the L’Oreal cosmetics fortune Liliane Bettencourt. Again political contributions aren't ilegal. Failing to declare them is. Before that was the Karachi affair in Pakistan.

Sarkozy was accused of getting political kickbacks from an arms deal with Pakistan. When the deal was cancelled and his kickbacks were cut off he was accused of helping organize a terrorist bombing in Pakistan that killed French engineers.

Interesting to note that the UN envoy says Gaddafi’s son can stand as election candidate which could happen the end of this year. That would be fair since NATO murdered his family.

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