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Sarkozy – Corporate Connections

Sarkozy's rise to power in France in 2006 was financed by "corporate France". His main donors are listed below.

But this corporate support alone would not have been enough to get him elected. Thus, his election campaign was propelled by the systematic propagation of fear – similar to Bush 2004 election. But Sarkozy went one step further: he added hatred towards imigrants as a hallmark to his campaign. Sarkozy became known around the world for pubicly calling young imigrants living in the suburbs of Paris "scums" – thereby fuelling racial hatred. This method of psychological warfare against his own people was aimed at driving fearful and intimidated voters into his arms.

The two legs of the Sarkozy election campaign – blatently serving cartel interests while at the same time coercing voter's support by fuelling their fears – is an exact copy of another election campaign financed by the oil and drug cartel in 1933. In that year, the German-based cartel I.G. Farben (Bayer, BASF and Hoechst, today a part of French Sanofi Aventis) brought another unscroupulus politician to power with devestating consequences for our planet. The details of this 1933 support of the oil and drug cartel behind the rise of the Nazi party, are documented in the records of the 1948 Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal against I.G. Farben.

History tells us: "Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it." (George Santayana)

The corporate interests that brought Nicolas Sarkozy to power: