Heading For Le Chokey

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Then French president Nicolas Sarkozy nuzzling Enda Kenny while chatting with Cypriot president Dimitris Christofias in 2012

This afternoon.

Corrupt, cheese-eating, neck-nuzzling, surrender monkey.

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail in historic ruling (CNN)

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24 thoughts on “Heading For Le Chokey

  1. Charger Salmons

    I hope you’ll allow me to repeat my earlier joke as I was rather proud of it.

    ” It can only be a matter of time before Naploleon Macron is charged with grave-robbing … “

    1. Papi

      Then you’ll surely allow the reply,
      “You should see lady charger, rumour has it Gordon Elliott wouldn’t sit on her”.
      Marvelous!
      It’s all about the bantz, isn’t it?

      1. Charger Salmons

        You were whining earlier that you it’s impossible see anyone on the internet …
        Give it up chump.
        Each time you end up looking like the rookie Sumo wrestler whose job it is to wipe the backsides of the fat grown-ups.

        1. Papi

          I’m delighted I can’t see you, you worm.
          Or your imaginary wife.
          Get off your knees, you sad, pathetic creature.
          If you even can at this stage.
          #allaboutthebantz

        2. Papi

          Charger just compared himself to a fat sumo wrestler who needs his backside wiped.
          He’s half right.
          #allaboutthebantz
          Are you laughing yet, charger? We are. At you.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            I read that as a moment of confessional introspection. perhaps charger is asking for the chance to open up about his self loathing and sense of worthlessness

            if so, I think we should be understanding and open to it

            maybe bodger would agree to host a column ?

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Should get out early on good behavior – sure he didn’t pass confidential documents or anything like that.. (3…2…1….

    Aaaahhhhh….. ‘could serve a year at home with an electronic tag, rather than go to prison.’

  3. Micko

    Jeasus. A politician going to jail?

    The French don’t put up with any old cack eh?

    Sorry – “le old cack”

      1. ian-Oh

        Hardly a fitting punishment in these times? I’d love to spend a year locked up wherever he lives in France.

  4. Charger Salmons

    Sadly Sarkozy won’t be worried about dropping the soap in the shower.
    He can request home confinement with an electronic bracelet instead of serving time.
    Not quite the message being sent by the French judiciary that was originally thought.

  5. V aka Frilly Keane

    Brilliant
    Whatever about how he serves his time, it’s a Conviction, and a Corruption one at that
    Which bans him from all sorts of Governance activities

    We just need the grit to extract the same outcomes and attitude to Probity and Ethics in Governance – or all kinds here
    From Politics and State/ Public sectors, to Industry to Public Interest, like Charities and Tenders etc
    Media too btw

    “Probity in Irish Politics” …
    I know I keep talking about it
    Is dfinitely on the way

    Bloody cake nonsense, back office obligations, work and other stuff
    Of which some of ye may already know of

    Anyway
    Proper result
    Hon’ da’ French

    1. benblack

      Has to start with Leo, who put it in the Dáil record – all by himself – admitting that he broke the law.

      1. V aka Frilly Keane

        On it Ben

        But that’s small spuds compared to a Fianna Fail Registered Lobbiest / Former Representative being shoehorned into SIPO

        Or a (then) Senior Minister meeting up with a lad (several times) who held a significant interest in a significant tender (perhaps the biggest rollout in the history of the State)

        Or that our now Taoiseach didn’t know if a (now former) TD having another full-time job while claiming the max expenses to be got out of being a Dáil TD, was a breech of Ethics (yep MM actually said that )
        BTW it is – the activity which the expenses are attached to was not preformed, therefore twas an unethical act to claim and accept reimbursement of expenses that were not legitimately incurred

        Ah stop tormenting me
        Here something from a while back
        Understanding Conflict
        https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/understanding-conflict-vanessa-foran-

        1. Liam Deliverance

          Actual, real accountability – the biggest single thing that stands between what we are and what we might someday become.

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