We are already aware of the fact that when they set up Strauss-Kahn for removal, a WOMAN had to replace him. That is, regardless of HER ability, her “experience” or even HER know-how, it had to be a WOMAN elected to the world’s top “money control” job.

Just like the MAJORITY of women in high positions. They were solely elected on the basis of having a pair of tits. Everything else was besides the point. Meanwhile they FALL like dominoes, as we have witnessed in the feminist dominated OBAMA administration. We have lost count of the number of women that were automatically installed purely on the basis of having a vagina..

Here is just one of those sexist bigots..

If in any doubt, check the plethora of entries of FAILED women in charge articles, demonstrating just that FACT, on this blog. Women are mostly appointed in fear of being labelled a “misogynist” by the feminasty (feminatrix) bigots and hangers on, that still dominate the hysteria and abuse systems in place at this time. Not only are companies and government departments FORCED to employ the privileged princesses under the “affirmative action LAW”, but they do not even require the ability or qualifications to fulfil their promoted tasks.

Julia Gillard – Former AUS PM- Tossed by voters for incompetence, bias and bigotry..

NO Promotion, it’s Misogyny.

If ANY female is not promoted, they will SCREAM abuse and make fallacious claims of misogyny. THAT guarantees their rise into whatever positions they want (see INSTANT female Generals and Officers in armed forces). They are way too SCARED to stop those vexatious women from SUING at will and be helped by the usual money wasters for political reasons. ALL sewn up..

THAT is why they FAIL. Here is another one of those privileged princesses that the WHITE KNIGHTS installed just to make themselves look and FEEL good about their trite, pathetic lives.


Oh, and ofcourse, SHE has done NOTHING wrong. Look for the “I am a VICTIM” card..


PARIS (AP) — France’s top court has ruled that International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial in France over a 2008 arbitration ruling that handed 400 million euros to a politically-connected business magnate.
Lagarde, who was French finance minister at the time of the deal in favor of tycoon Bernard Tapie, is accused of negligence in the case. She has denied wrongdoing.
A special court ruled in December that Lagarde should stand trial, but she appealed. France’s Court of Cassation on Friday rejected the appeal.
Lagarde lawyer Patrick Maisonneuve expressed disappointment at the decision, but told The Associated Press that he expects the trial to show that the IMF chief did nothing wrong.
The unusually generous 2008 arbitration deal, paid from public funds, prompted years of legal disputes that remain unresolved.
The investigation began in 2011, soon before Lagarde was named to head the IMF in the wake of sexual assault allegations against her predecessor, French economist Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said Friday that the Executive Board “continues to express its confidence in the Managing Director’s ability to effectively carry out her duties.”
The decision last year to send her to trial had come as a surprise because a prosecutor had earlier argued that the case against her should be dropped.
“Negligence” by a person invested with public authority carries a risk of up to a year in prison and a 15,000 euro ($16,500) fine.
She will be tried at the Court of Justice of the Republic, a special body that tries government ministers for alleged wrongdoing while in office. A date has not been set for the trial.
The case is part of a larger legal saga centering on Tapie, a flamboyant magnate and TV star who had sued French bank Credit Lyonnais for its handling of the sale of his majority stake in sportswear company Adidas in the mid-1990s. With Lagarde’s approval, a private arbitration panel ruled that he should get 400 million euros in compensation, including interest.
The deal was seen by critics as a sign of a too-close relationship between magnates and the French political elite. Tapie was close to then-President Nicolas Sarkozy, Lagarde’s boss.
In a separate part of the case, Tapie has been ordered to pay back the entire 400 million euros. An appeals decision is pending. He could also face a criminal trial on fraud charges, which would be separate from the Lagarde trial.

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