The head of the United Nations’ International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, is facing charges in France for embezzlement. If found guilty, she could go to prison for ten years.
Of course, Lagarde took over from the last IMF boss, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who was embroiled in a string of financial and sex-assault scandals.
Canadian-born Maurice Strong rose to become undersecretary general, but after evidence arose of him taking a million dollar bribe (I’ll show you the actual cheque) Strong moved to China. That’s the father of the global warming industry.
And then there’s Rajendra Pachauri, the former head of another UN agency, the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change. Three accusers alleging sexual harassment. Police say they have 23 witnesses.
Under Stephen Harper, the UN was kept at a distance; we quit Pachauri’s Kyoto Protocol; and we turned down diplomats begging for billions on behalf of Euro-banksters. The charges against Lagarde prove how wise that was.
But Trudeau never goes on a foreign trip without announcing hundreds of millions, or even billions, of dollars in hand-outs.
Hey, do you think any of the Canadian tax money that Trudeau is throwing at foreigners — do you think, there’s just the tiniest chance it’s being embezzled too?
(PHOTO: World Economic Forum)