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| Nicolas Sarkozy |
(deep state operative, politician, fraudster)
|Born||Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sárközy de Nagy-Bocsa|
|Alma mater||Paris West University Nanterre La Défense, Sciences Po|
|Children|| • Pierre|
|Member of||21st Century Council, Le Siècle, WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1993|
French deep state operative charged with "criminal association"
Nicolas Sarkozy is a suspected French deep state operative whom Agence France-Presse reported in 2021 to be "mired in judicial troubles". Sarkozy received a 1-year jail sentence and a 2-year suspended sentence in March 2021.
“In February 2020, Sarkozy quoted Nelson Mandela during a conference: ‘I never lose. I either win or learn.’
I expect Sarkozy to learn a big lesson next month.”
Intel Today – February 11 2021
In 2020 Nicolas Sarkozy was indicted for "criminal association" in the ongoing investigation into suspicions of receiving Libyan money for his presidential campaign in 2007.
A Quote by Nicolas Sarkozy
|Nice truck event||“Democracy must not be weak, nor simply commemorate. Democracy must say "We will win the war."”||July 2016||BBC|
Appointments by Nicolas Sarkozy
|Dominique Baudis||France/Defender of Rights||22 June 2011||10 April 2014|
|François Delattre||France/Ambassador/US||2011||14 June 2014|
Event Participated in
|WEF/Annual Meeting/2011||26 January 2011||30 January 2011||Switzerland|
World Economic Forum
|2230 guests in Davos|
|Document:Libya: Fine, but why Britain||article||20 March 2011||Brian Barder||David Cameron seemingly Gung Ho on toppling the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, while Barack Obama takes a back seat|
- ↑ "Nicolas Sarkozy faces 'influence peddling' probe over €3m Russian insurance 'consultancy' contract"
- ↑ "France’s Sarkozy convicted of corruption, sentenced to jail"
- ↑ "BREAKING — Dead Man Diary : Sarkozy 2007 Presidential Election Campaign Funded by Gaddafi (UPDATE : Sarkozy guilty of corruption and sentenced to one year in prison)"
- ↑ "Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy Indicted For 'Criminal Association' In Libyan Funding Scandal"