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Old April 29th, 2011 #21
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Old July 1st, 2011 #22
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Default Sarkozy démasqué !

Hier Jeudi 30 Juin 2010 ,le président français Nicolas Sarkozy a été brutalement agrippé par un homme jeudi matin alors qu'il saluait des habitants lors d'une visite à Brax, en Haute-Garonne

Cette empoignade n'avait qu'un but , celui de faire craquer les coutures faciales de la chirurgie esthétique de "sarkozy" , révélant au monde ébahi qu'il n'est autre que le comédien Jean Lefebvre, qu'on croit mort depuis 2004 !

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Français n'ont jamais gouverné la France.

Romains en Gaule.

Puis un Corse.

Maintenant, le Juif.

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Et peut-être en 2012 :



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Old February 1st, 2012 #26
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Default Le fils Sarkozy rapatrié en France aux frais des contribuables français!

Pierre Sarkozy, l'aîné des enfants du président, a ses habitudes dans les Baléares, à Ibiza, paradis des clubbers, mais sous son nom de scène : DJ Mosey. Habitué à mixer sur l'île (au fameux club "Privilège", par exemple) comme ailleurs en Europe, notamment dans des clubs berlinois ou milanais. Le très discret Pierre Sarkozy, qui avait un peu souffert de sa brutale exposition lorsque ses activités de producteur de rap furent révélées, vient d'être rapatrié en France aux frais de l'Etat!


Sur le point de mixer dans une soirée privée d’Odessa _ en Ukraine cette fois donc _ il a été pris de maux le conduisant à être hospitalisé. Mais même si ce jeune homme de 26 ans ne semblait pas non dans un état dramatique, c’est bien un Falcon de l’escadron présidentiel qui est venu le chercher!

L’Elysée a confirmé les faits, précisant que Nicolas Sarkozy avait «payé par chèque sur ses deniers personnels la somme de 7.632 euros». Sauf que selon les chiffres officiels du ministère de la Défense, une heure de vol avec un tel avion vaut 5.600 euros, soit un coût total de près de 40.000 euros pour environ sept heures de vol. Par ailleurs, il est normalement interdit à ces avions officiels «de faire concurrence au privé» sauf par «intérêt général», d'après la loi française.
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Old February 15th, 2012 #27
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Et voila, c'est officiel depuis quelques heures, Nicolas sarkozy est officiellement candidat aux elections présidentielles françaises 2012!

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Old March 4th, 2012 #29
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« Les vrais génies du comique ne sont pas ceux qui nous font rire le plus, mais ceux qui dévoilent une zone inconnue du comique » - Milan Kundera



« Le comique étant l’intuition de l’absurde, il me semble plus désespérant que le tragique » - Eugène Ionesco
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Default Après Chirac, Sarkozy!

Nicolas Sarkozy, parti lundi en famille au Canada et dont l'immunité présidentielle a pris fin le 16 juin, est mis en cause à double titre dans l'affaire souvante : d'après Claire Thibout, l'ancienne comptable des Bettencourt, une somme de 150 000 euros aurait été remise au début 2007 à Eric Woerth, à l'époque trésorier de la campagne présidentielle de M. Sarkozy. Et plusieurs témoignages recueillis par la justice font état de visites, pendant la campagne de 2007, effectuées par M. Sarkozy au domicile des Bettencourt, dont l'objet aurait été des remises d'argent en espèces.

Le juge de Bordeaux Jean-Michel Gentil, saisi pour abus de faiblesse et financement illicite de campagne électorale, enquête sur d'éventuelles remises de fonds par Liliane Bettencourt à l'ex-chef de l'Etat, notamment lors de sa campagne présidentielle de 2007. Les policiers de la brigade financière et le juge ont perquisitionné, mardi 3 juillet au matin, le domicile de Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, villa Montmorency dans le 16e arrondissement de Paris, le cabinet d'avocats Arnaud, Claude et associés, dans lequel Nicolas Sarkozy détient des parts, situé 53, boulevard Malesherbes (17e), et ses nouveaux locaux, mis à sa disposition en tant qu'ancien chef de l'Etat, situés au 27 rue de Miromesnil. Une dizaine de policiers de la brigade financière accompagnaient le juge d'instruction bordelais dans ces perquisitions, quoique d'après Europe 1 l'agenda de 2007 de l'ex-chef de l'Etat a été récupéré chez l'huissier où il avait été déposé.

Toutes les enquêtes concernant l'affaire Bettencourt sont désormais instruites à Bordeaux après une décision de "dépaysement" de la Cour de cassation; le juge Jean-Michel Gentil a mis en examen plusieurs personnes, dont l'ex-gestionnaire de fortune de Liliane Bettencourt, et pourrait aussi entendre prochainement l'ancien chef de l'Etat sur le financement de sa campagne présidentielle de 2007.
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Sarkozy’s Surveillance Scandal

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France’s Ex-President Sarkozy, angling for a comeback, lashes out at leaked wiretaps from the criminal investigations targeting him.

Nicolas Sarkozy has broken his studied silence in a bombastic op-ed. As mounting accusations imperil his future, the former French president has lashed out wildly in a 2000-word statement in Friday’s Le Figaro. Fighting media revelations culled from phone taps, the ex-leader likens France under his successor, President François Hollande, to East Germany’s police state. Only 48 hours before French voters cast their ballots in the first round of nationwide municipal elections—President Hollande’s first mid-term test—the intent is unmistakably political.

The controversial intercepts were initially ordered by judges investigating a claim that Sarkozy’s 2007 presidential campaign accepted up to 50 million euros in illegal financing from Libya’s Col. Muammar Gaddafi. But the phone taps allegedly captured recent chatter, on a secret cell phone Sarkozy used under a fake name, which suggested impropriety in an entirely different affair.

Supposedly at issue in the secret confabs: the key question of whether Sarkozy’s presidential diaries are admissible in assorted corruption probes implicating him or his associates—and ultimately hampering his bid for a second presidential term. In the event, Sarkozy is now suspected with his lawyer of trying to co-opt a judge, gain inside information, and exert influence on France’s top court.

For two years, and very ostentatiously, Sarkozy has bitten his tongue. For his entire career—and all the more as France’s so-called omnipresident from 2007 to 2012—the compulsively pugnacious conservative had an opinion on everything. But in a thinly veiled effort to prep a comeback, Sarkozy has mostly left it to loyal deputies to relay the message (straight-faced) that the serene retiree could only be forced to return if stirred by duty as a reluctant savior of the country.

While unofficially eyeing a run in 2017, he’s played the wise man, the old hand, silent above the fray. We’re invited to believe that Sarkozy, 59, a young one-term president with unfinished business, would like nothing more than to retreat peaceably to a life of shuffleboard, macramé and supermodel songstress wife Carla Bruni.

So it counts as a major political event in France that Sarkozy has effectively abandoned his sage-in-the-wings routine to whip up a merde-storm.

Earlier this week, the investigative website Mediapart published truncated quotes from police intercepts that appeared to corroborate leaks Le Monde first broke two weeks ago. In the phone taps, Sarkozy’s lawyer, Thierry Herzog, is allegedly heard calling magistrates who had investigated Sarkozy “those bastards in Bordeaux.” (The reference was to investigations into charges against Sarkozy in the campaign financing scandal known as the Bettencourt case—charges that were dropped last October.)

Herzog is accused of having gained knowledge of a confidential judicial opinion from a magistrate with access to it, Gilbert Azibert, an alleged informer-judge Sarkozy purportedly calls “our friend.” The ex-president, who mysteriously seems to know his primary phone is tapped, apparently asks his lawyer to call back on that official cell to “give the impression of having a conversation.” Surreal.

Conservatives from Sarkozy’s Union for a Popular Movement (UMP), who managed to distract attention by accusing Hollande’s Socialist government of political espionage last week, seemed to lose steam when the embarrassing quotes broke. But Sarkozy came out swinging.

“Who could have imagined, in France in 2014, that the right to the respect of private life could be flouted by phone taps? The right to secrecy in conversations between a lawyer and his client voluntarily ignored?” Sarkozy writes in Le Figaro. He warns ominously that anyone could be a target. As a public figure, he says, he can defend himself, but most won’t be so lucky.

“Still today, everyone who phones me should know that they will be listened to. You read that right. This is not a scene from the marvelous film ‘The Lives of Others’ on East Germany and the activities of the Stasi,” Sarkozy writes. “This isn’t about the actions of some dictator in the world toward his opponents. This is about France.”

Socialist responses have been swift and angry. Hollande called the dictatorship allusion “intolerable.” At least two Socialist ministers likened Sarkozy’s bluster to the chronically embattled former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. And Interior Minister Manuel Valls, whom Sarkozy mocks for claiming he knew nothing of the phone-taps, mused Friday, “I have the sentiment in reading this text that Sarkozy, taken by a form of rage, wants to destroy everything to protect himself. Protect himself from what, I don’t know. It’s up to the justice system to say.”

Valls maintains the the Stasi talk disqualifies Sarkozy’s entire argument.

Indeed, critics scoff at Sarkozy’s apparent naiveté. A lawyer by trade, he is expected to know the legal bases for phone taps, and that lawyer-client privilege wouldn’t make a private conversation inadmissible if the lawyer participates in the infraction discussed.

Sarkozy was also France’s so-called top cop as Interior Minister for five years before he won the presidency. Le Monde pointed out on Friday that when Sarkozy held those posts he spent a decade expanding France’s legal surveillance arsenal. (Phone taps, as it happens, more than quadrupled between 2001 and 2008.)

Sarkozy’s allies have echoed the ex-president’s argument en masse, especially his line that he isn’t above the law, but he shouldn’t be beneath it, either. UMP leader Jean-François Copé called Sarkozy’s op-ed a “courageous response” in the face of “incessant and violent accusations”—and made a last push for votes on Sunday.

The nationwide municipal elections do indeed raise the stakes, creating ripe terrain for political scoops and raging reaction. Sunday’s vote is the unpopular Hollande’s first mid-term test, an election that generally punishes ruling parties. Conventional wisdom in France has scandals keeping disgusted mainstream voters home and favoring the throw-the-bums-out rhetoric of Marine Le Pen’s National Front. Pollsters have been predicting disillusioned leftist voters are particularly likely to abstain. Sarkozy’s combative op-ed might well rally his own disgruntled troops from the UMP for an election bounce.

Indeed, the last lines in Sarkozy’s screed are a pointed dare to Hollande, the self-styled Mr. Normal. “To all those who may have dreaded my return, let them rest assured that the best way to avoid it would be that I may live a simple, tranquil life… basically, like a ‘normal’ citizen.”

Call it Sarkozy’s first 2017 campaign pledge: To put down the macramé needles to pick up the pen if not, indeed, the sword.
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Sarkozy: la fiche d'identité de toutes les affaires en cours

Bettencourt, Karachi, Libye, sondages de l'Elysée, écoutes de Nicolas Sarkozy, affaire Tapie: le point sur l'épais dossier judiciaire concernant l'ancien président de la République.

Depuis que L'Express a révélé que Nicolas Sarkozy avait été mis sur écoute dans le cadre de soupçons de trafic d'influence, pour lesquels une information judiciaire contre X a été ouverte le 26 février 2014, Mediapart a publié des extraits de ces conversations entre l’ancien président et son avocat, Thierry Herzog.

Des éléments qui indiquent que les juges suivaient une bonne piste: ces extraits montrent que le magistrat à la Cour de cassation Gilbert Azibert renseignait bien l’avocat de Sarkozy et oeuvrait pour influencer une décision de justice que devait rendre la Cour sur le statut des agendas de l’ancien président, des pièces qui concernent plusieurs affaires qui s’entremêlent.

 
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France's ex-President Sarkozy put under investigation

Ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation over alleged influence peddling.

He appeared before a judge in Paris late on Tuesday after 15 hours of questioning by anti-corruption police.

This is thought to be the first time a former French head of state has been held in police custody.

Mr Sarkozy's lawyer, Thierry Herzog, and a magistrate, Gilbert Azibert, were also placed under formal investigation over the same allegations.

A second magistrate called in for questioning, Patrick Sassoust, had not appeared before a judge as of Tuesday night.

When a suspect is placed under formal investigation, he or she is then examined by a judge, who determines whether there is sufficient evidence for the suspect to be charged.

The step often, but not always, leads to trial. Influence-peddling can be punished by up to five years in prison and a fine of 500,000 euros (£400,000; $684,000).

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