MORE ON DOMINIQUE STRAUSS-KAHN sooner had I finished my News and Views from the Nefarium last Thursday, than this little article turned up:

Mounting Evidence that Dominique Strauss Kahn was Framed

So...what do we have now? (1) a "maid" with $100,000 in her bank, from deposits made from who knows where, (2) a "maid" with a sky-high phone bill, (3) a willful cover-up of this evidence until the day after the IMF confirmed a new head; (4) other growing evidence that the whole charge was framed and is headed for dismissal in New York, when all of a sudden (5) M. Strauss-Kahn is charged for more or less the same crime in France, by (6) the daughter of a member of his Socialist party, who (7) counseled her daughter not to pursue the matter when, allegedly, it first occurred over ten years ago.

Is there anyone who doesn't have a problem with this whole story? The transparency of it alone should bother those who do not, for it is a clear sign that either those behind it - and make no mistake about it, I think they are the Banksters in all their lust-for-power stupidity - have gone completely nutter, and are for some reason panicked, and cannot bother even to cloak their moves any more, or the transparency itself is not ill-conceived, and part of a wider goal to drive home the message to us common folk that "We can do anything we want and get away with it."

It does raise certain questions though. M. Strauss-Kahn was a powerful contender for the Presidency of France, and indeed, some polls in France still show him to be such. So the questions are, was this whole episode concocted to get rid of him at the IMF, or to deny him the French Presidency, or both?

Beyond these questions, there are larger ones: Does this whole episode denote yet another component in some more-or-less hidden covert factional infighting taking place within the corridors of international banking? From where I sit, it looks entirely likely, for during his tenure as the managing director of the IMF, M. Strauss-Kahn was a champion of the Special Drawing Rights(SDRs), a kind of global reserve currency to replace the dollar.  It looks like factional infighting to me...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. MQ on July 14, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    More grist for the (anti-DSK) mill:

    My hunch is that DSK may have been doing a good thing by working on global wage issues, SDK, etc, but that he likely did have personal “issues” that have left him fatally compromised, so that when he went to do the right thing, he could have the rug pulled out from under him.

    More on the lines of “compromising” someone, have you seen/heard Kaye Griggs? She was married to a special ops guy who (while drunk) would spill his guts about the levels of ethical/sexual compromising of very high-level people in the govt.




  2. Christian de Coninck Lucas on July 10, 2011 at 6:43 am

    Dear Joseph,

    I have reached an eerily similar conclusion. DSK was, in my analysis, gamed using perfectly real personality flaws of DSK, in order to remove him from IMF. Whoever arranged it however, have apparently failed unless I am misreading the background of his replacement, Christine Lagarde. If there was also a motive regarding his possible presidency, I am not even sure that has worked (which, no matter how one looks at it, says quite a bit).

    So, like you I think, I am left with a rather profound combination of “wow!” and “wtf?” at the blatant power plays at work here…one wonders, what comes next?

  3. Citizen Quasar on July 9, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    Would Berta sell out for $100,000?

    • Citizen Quasar on July 9, 2011 at 10:02 pm

      It’s getting so that it takes a hyper-dimensional matrix just to keep track of the complexity of the cover-up that seems to go with EVERY news event these days. And things are quickening.

      Everything looks just like so much confetti thrown into the air to me. I am glad you are able to sort it out. ‘Keeps me coming back for more.

      Thank you, Dr. Farrell!

  4. Dan on July 9, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    To me, it is obvious factional in-fighting. The Strass-Kahn incident was obviously (to me) contrived from the get-go. I think it was to prevent him from staying with the IMF but mainly to prevent him from becoming a contender for the French presidency. The attitude that “they can do anything they want and there’s nothing we can do about it” is deeply flawed and it WILL ultimately be their undoing. We are watching the last desperate throws of a group of people on the brink of losing their money and power AND there is nothing they can do about it. It WILL happen!

    • sj smith on July 10, 2011 at 6:05 am

      I agree that it was because of his popularity w/ the French, and his running against Sarkosy.

  5. jon on July 9, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    I suppose the faction infighting you are talking about is also to be seen here:

    these media tycoon seem to represent these different factions..

  6. puckles on July 9, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    Let’s not forget that The Wall Street Journal is now also a Murdoch paper, and that while its coverage prior to Cy Vance Jr.’s disclosures was strictly party line, since then it has been falling over itself, especially on the editorial page…I really doubt that Murdoch has meddled much with the WSJ, aside from improving its weekend offerings slightly (and making some of them considerably more erudite and thought-provoking than those of the New York Times, which has a far larger weekend edition).

  7. Jay on July 9, 2011 at 9:17 am

    Well, Antoine, the Teapartiers in the House of Representatives are doing a good deal to mess up that “supremacy”.

  8. Antoine on July 9, 2011 at 7:48 am

    Saddam Hussein, started to sell oil for Euro’s. Gaddafi, was trying to reject dollars and wanted to sell oil for gold, and create a gold based African currency. And now this guy, who apparently didn’t get the memo, that the USA will not allow anyone to f$%k with their currency or their supremacy. This is the work of the CIA.

    • MQ on July 9, 2011 at 8:11 am

      Iran also created an oil bourse in 2009 that did not use dollars as the exchange medium.

    • MQ on July 9, 2011 at 8:12 am

      Ooh, I’ll also add that Libya, Iran and N.Korea all had central banks that were not linked to the Rothschild banking empire–coincidence that they’ve been labeled as various forms of evil?

      • Ridge on July 9, 2011 at 8:35 am

        Labelling people as “evil” must easy, when you control not only international finance, but the mainstream media as well.

        I’m willing to bet the Free Internet is giving them fits though. Long may it last.

    • Shari ^i^ on July 9, 2011 at 11:30 pm

      To you, Joseph, and the 3 comments before I made this post…

      RIGHT ON!

      It is fake-out at the highest levels! Some of us see through it…

      That IS the goal, but how many of us will wake to the fact….???

  9. Jay- on July 9, 2011 at 6:16 am

    “Framed”? Um, well maybe if the tens of thousands of dollars had gone into the maid’s bank account right before or right after the incident.

    And the NYPost has simply called her a “hooker”, citing anonymous sources of course. Not that I’d exactly trust a Murdoch paper.

    Simply: that’s a weak Global Research article, they usually do a better job.

    The bigger question is why did the NYC DA’s office indite DSK so quickly with such a weak case?

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