Former French President Nicholas Sarkozy is arrested and held for questioning concerning campaign donations from murdered Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi, but Joseph is wondering if there's a much deeper story:


Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy calls for air strikes on Libya if Gaddafi attacks civilians


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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. goshawks on March 23, 2018 at 3:59 am

    I always take it that the PTB have made some decision two or three or five levels up, and we only see the results of this decision as it rolls down the levels into the public eye. Sarkozy’s arrest, in this case. I do agree with Basta’s view that part of this arrest is a ‘clean up’ after Macron’s election, a “mopping up” operation. (Sarkozy’s investigation would have been quietly ‘spiked’ if the PTB had not wanted it in reserve.)

    Stepping-up a couple of levels, “former Rothschild bank wunderkind and finance minister, Macron” seems to being positioned as the new ‘centerpoint’ of European action. (God help us.) As Joseph said in this Nefarium, Merkel had been the centerpoint but had been weakened (included ‘ordered’ self-weakening, in my opinion) to the point that she was almost gone. ‘Coincidentally’, Macron has been absolutely pushed into prominence by the PTB. (God help us.)

    My thought is that Macron is the newly-ordained face for the powers propping-up the EU. (Another thought is that Deutsche Bank may be ‘imploded’ [“Pull it!”] to provide the rationale for the transition from Merkel to Macron.) Kind of a ‘churn’ to keep the EU populace believing in some form of hope, while continuing NWO efforts ad nauseum

    • Don B on March 24, 2018 at 8:06 am

      Are you sure its Macron….and not his wife???

  2. dinska on March 22, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    Being Bulgarian, I very distinctly remember the Sarkozys involvement in Libya because of the whole Bulgarian nurses incident ( There was a lot of controversy about not only the Sarkozys being involved but also whether money was paid for the release.

    From Der Speigel:

    “In fact, according to information obtained by SPIEGEL, her two visits were regarded by negotiators in Berlin and Brussels as at best annoying and at worst counterproductive. The general feeling in Berlin political circles is that the Sarkozys’ last-minute interference threatened to undo a complex deal which diplomats had been working on for months.”

    In other words, there was no reason for them to be there.

    So more record of money exchanged.

  3. basta on March 22, 2018 at 10:28 pm

    The French judiciary is incredibly parochial and inward-looking and just doesn’t operate this way. You simply can’t draw these far-reaching conclusions from the timing of Sarkozy’s arrest, which if anything has more to do with the fact that there was a major protest against Macron’s economic policies the next day than anything of international import.

    Sarko, or as he was know during his term, President Bling-Bling, was audaciously corrupt, even by French political standards. He carried on as if the rules against blatant presidential corruption had not been forever changed under his predecessor Chirac, who got off by the skin of his teeth from years of similar judicial corruption probes (all of course justified). But no, Sarko was hustling everything and was despised by the French PTB for being so avaricious and so vulgar.

    This investigation has been going on for years now; it did not just happen last week that a set of judges decided to bring in the ex-President for questioning; that is not how the French system operates, and never for a case of this level.

    Things move very deliberately, and the only reason Sarkozy finds himself in such a mess right now (besides his obvious guilt, which is only one element of the equation) is that his party has been out of power for nearly seven years now and — along with the utterly justified implosion of the clueless Socialists — it also collapsed like a house of cards, brought down by the “outsider insurgency” of the former Rothschild bank wunderkind and finance minister, Macron. This is one of the denouements of the last French election, a mopping-up operation.

    So this (like every other prosecution of this type in France) is all about his political rivals making sure that Sarkozy is neutralized as a political force and that his conservative party stays dead. It suits the Macronistes and what’s left of the Socialists and the rest of the Left. Sarko was self-isolated by his own arrogance and greed and really has no one to blame but himself. There’s no more to be read into it; this is exactly how things operate in France, and the timing is coincidental as this sort of politics is incredibly insular and navel-staring.

    • FiatLux on March 23, 2018 at 3:09 am

      @basta: You make a lot of valid points, if I remember my time in France during Sarko’s reign, and the little I learned about French history when I was a student, correctly. I, too, think there’s probably a connection between the timing of the mass strikes all over France and the specific day they decided to arrest Sarkozy.

      *But*, any parochial mentality aside, France is, or has always tried to be, a major player in the EU and on the larger world stage. It’s not totally insular by any means. And the timing of the two stories–money missing from a frozen Libyan account in Belgium and Sarkozy’s arrest in France for Libya-related misdeeds–really does look like more than simple coincidence.

  4. Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    Looks like the Big Wigs are finding their hands being exposed in the proverbial cookie jar. Still tight fisted with other peoples money; like the monkey’s hand in the coconut trap – they just cant help themselves. It’s their nature to steal and never let go. After all, the first step is to steal the election[$].

    • Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2018 at 10:03 pm

      This a dominos-falling story I want to see happen!

  5. Dag from Ringerike on March 22, 2018 at 7:01 pm

    If I have been understanding it right is that the jurydicial system in the anglo-german countries and the latin countries is different. A judge in the latin system can start an investigation, they have even police under their government, but in the anglo-german system, an investigation has to be done by the police department or the police. The judges in the latin system are independant. If I remember it correctly, this was the way the Bologna railway station bombing was revealed as a NATO-CIA-plot.

    There are many layers or reasons why we attacked Libya. The financial reason very appointed here, but also by the destruction of the grand water project, primordial water to green the dessert A third reason to destroy Africas richest country, I suggest, was to curb or diminish their export of light crude oil. Their light crude was a strong competitor to the North Sea production. More of Lybian light crude into the market could have been undermining the solvency of North Sea crude oil production. And remember, STATOIL was heavily involved in Libya. And if we stretch it further, to the next step, to get acess to the light crude in Darfur. The North Sea oil production could have been not profitable if the full volume of the light crude from Libya and Darfur had flooded the market.

    As revealed in a Norwegian documentary, the commander of the flying wing of F16 was in a vacation on one of the Canary Islands. On wednesday he was ordered to go back to Norway. On Friday, two days later, Jonas Gar Støre, now the head of our Labour Part, had a telephone conference with the heads of the other parties, and got the “the go”. No parliamentary descision was made to go to war against Libya. The flying wing of F16s was send to Creete days later. And we dropped bombs worth of 500 bnkr, officially. 500 people with difficult cancer could have been saved for the same amount. But we did not had the money.

    The whole Libya attack stinks to the heavens.

    • anakephalaiosis on March 22, 2018 at 9:32 pm

      The witch hunt by the Norwegian government against young Russian families in Norway, revealed by Russian media in 2014, suggests a hidden “industry”, that is still going on in Norway since WWII.

      The Allied bombing of Laksevåg in 1944 is not different from Libya in 2011. Norwegians have a bloody tyrant on the throne, and the politicians provide a smokescreen for his tyranny.

      There is only one conclusion: The Rottenchild agent on the throne has to go. When Norwegian politicians expand their witch hunt to neighboring countries, they are digging their own graves.

    • Robert Barricklow on March 22, 2018 at 9:54 pm

      Excellent points!

  6. marcos toledo on March 22, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    Yep will the investigative net reach out to London then over the pond to Washington DC stay tune this is not over until the fat lady sings.

  7. DanaThomas on March 22, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    If former UK PM Cameron is starting to feel the heat, his former Cabinet colleague Mrs. May will be more than a little concerned too. The horrendous attack on Libya and the theft of that country’s gold may have been one of the factors involved in Cameron’s all-too-easy resignation. And the sudden, irrational anti-Russia hysteria by the British government, besides being a distraction from the Brexit process, could be an attempt to postpone the exit from the public stage of key members of the oligarchy, as more information comes out….

  8. Neru on March 22, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Belgium is nothing then a fiefdom of France. The international investigative coordinated effort seems confined to Europe.

    When will it spill over the ocean to…….

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