Wednesday, June 29, 2011

notre dame de la Garde

French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde on Tuesday clinched the top job at the IMF, keeping the international lender in the hands of a European at a time of growing concern over a possible Greek debt default. Lagarde will become the first woman to head the International Monetary Fund when her five-year term as managing director begins on July 5.

Lagarde, 55, succeeds Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who resigned from the IMF in May to defend himself against charges of sexual assault against a New York hotel maid. He has denied the charges.


She is part of Project Syndicate (like Solana, sponsored by Soros) and was invited to the Bilderberg Conference 2011. LINK
"On self-assignment from NowPublic, I awaited outside the party room at the Bilderberg conference this year, tracking the whereabouts of Geithner. I saw Kahn there too. He was talking with a maid, and I thought nothing of it. When I turned around, there she was, Christine Lagarde. Aha, I snapped this picture."

Continue reading at No more scandals at the IMF | NowPublic News Coverage

stay tuned!

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