Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Death To All Paedo Degenerates

Here we see more evidence of the sick cult of paedophilia amongst senior politicians, in this case French Socialist MP's and other members of the French ruling class.

It is time for the scum to be removed from all our societies.

The day of the judgment and the era of the rope must begin.

Strauss-Kahn ally is accused of 'orgy with little boys' in MoroccoBy Peter Allen

Last updated at 6:07 PM on 1st June 2011

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Outed: Former French culture minister Jack Lang

One of the closest supporters of scandal hit French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn was today linked with 'an orgy with little boys' in Morocco.

Jack Lang, the former Socialist culture and education secretary, was fighting to save his reputation after Luc Ferry, another ex-minister, revealed the crime on TV.

Breaking a code of silence which traditionally allows such offences to be kept a secret, Mr Ferry said: 'All of us here probably all know who I'm talking about.'

Mr Ferry claimed the man's sex attack on the boys - which was said to have taken place in the tourist city of Marrakech and was uncovered by police who raided a 'palm grove' - was an open secret which had been discussed openly by a former Prime Minister.

Asked if he had any proof, Mr Ferry said: 'Of course not. But I have testimony from cabinet members at the highest level, state authorities at the highest level.'

Mr Ferry told co-panelists on Canal Plus's Grand Jury on Tuesday that he had no intention of naming the former minister, saying: 'If I let his name out now, it's me who will be charged and doubtlessly convicted, even if I know that the story is true.'

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But L'Express, the political weekly, stated on its website that Mr Ferry was referring
to ban old rumour involving Jack Lang.

In turn, Mr Lang, who is married with two daughters, said: 'I don't want to get involved in these stories for now. I will speak in due course.

'This case is sadly trivial. Vulgarity is part of our world. All those who question my honour - newspapers and individuals - will be all be prosecuted.'

'Orgy': The alleged sex attacks by the unnamed French minister happened in Marrakech, Morocco

Rachida Dati, the former Justice Minister, meanwhile claimed that Mr Ferry should be pursued for failing to report a crime b an offence punishable by three years in prison and a 45,000 euro fine.

She said that France has 'a law that allows the prosecution of everybody who commits acts of pedophilia abroad.'

The claims come as France reels from the Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal, in which the former finance minister is accused of raping a chamber maid in a New York hotel suite last month.

Mr Strauss-Kahn is currently on police bail as he awaits trial on a series of sex-related charges, and has been forced to resign as head of the International Monetary Fund.

He denies all the allegations, but his ambition to become the new Socialist president of France following elections in 2012 are also in ruins.

By coincidence Mr Strauss-Kahn owns a holiday home in Marrakech, and he and his wife Anne Sinclair frequently had political allies to stay, including Mr Lang.

Scandal: The allegations come as France is still reeling from the entirely separate allegations surrounding Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Mr Lang has been a vehement defender of Mr Strauss-Kahn, saying the way he was treated by the US authorities was binhumanb and had 'provoked horror and aroused disgust'.
The U.S. justice system, Mr Lang said, was 'politicised' and the judge appeared to have been determined to 'make a Frenchman pay' by originally denying the head of the International Monetary Fund bail.

It comes as France questions its obsession with privacy laws and other measures which have helped keep private wrong-doing a secret.

Mr Strauss-Kahn was frequently linked with alleged assaults on woman, including an attempted rape in 2002, but charges were never filed.

On Sunday Georges Tron resigned as civil service minister after two former female staff members accused him of sexual assault.

Tron denies the allegations but was forced to go after other cabinet members said ministers should be 'above all suspicion'.

Frederic Mitterand, France's current culture minister and the nephew of the late President Francoise Mitterand, in 2005 wrote an autobiography in which he wrote about his sex holidays to Thailand, admitting: 'I got into the habit of paying for boys ... The profusion of young, very attractive and immediately available boys put me in a state of desire I no longer needed to restrain or hide.'

At the time Mitterand was applauded for his honesty, but was then severely criticised for defending Paris-based film director Roman Polanski, who is wanted in the USA for having sex with a 13-year-old girl.

Mitterand later claim that his male prostitutes were adult 'boys', and that: 'I condemn paedophilia, which I have never in any way participated in.'

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

if they dont have dirt on you that can destroy you in a second then they dont hire you, simples!

Now take a look at those in top positions and work out what the dirt is!

What dirt did they have on Heath etc, etc, etc.