World History will look back and ask;
“Did any prophet or seer, see it coming?”
I warned my Senator, Congressman, the Attorney General of California, and the executor of Rosamond’s artistic estate, that a disaster was in the works in regards to Loan Sharking and the Illusion Making that surrounded Christine who used fashion photos for the images that made her famous. She captured other people’s images of Beauty. This secret was exposed by Tom Snyder, the ghost writer that Stacey Pierrot hired who tried to get me tp sign an exclusive rights contract that would have forbidden me to write about their Rose of the World that was sold to Pierrot by Sydney Morris, a high powered Carmel attorney whose firm handles the Buck Trust.
Silverstein did a shoot of the ex-First Lady of France, and Marilyn, my first girlfriend. Carla Sarkozy weeps as her husband lost the election due to the people of Europe rebelling against the cuts in their social safety net due to European Banks buying bad mortgage loans from American Banks.
Carla was a follower of the Calfifornia Dream, it her desire to take a road trip West on Route 66.
I warned the world that the Jubilee Jesus was coming, and the world should repent! How the mighty have fallen!
Jon ‘The Nazarite’
Reuters) – The election of Francois Hollande in France gives the leaders of struggling southern European countries a new ally in their effort to temper the German-led drive for rigid austerity that has exacerbated their economic woes.
Socialist Hollande’s victory breaks up the centre-right tandem of his predecessor Nicolas Sarkozy and Germany’s Angela Merkel, whose European fiscal pact demanded deep spending cuts in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece.
Southern European leaders – including centre-right ones who might have publicly preferred Sarkozy – will cheer the prospect of more time to meet deficit targets and support for proposals such as euro area bonds and coordinated stimulus spending.
In their own election on Sunday, Greek voters abandoned traditional parties from both the left and right that had supported austerity, dealing another hard blow to the Sarkozy-Merkel policies that had become the European consensus.
“The results of the elections in France and Greece impose the need for a reflection on European policies,” Italy’s technocrat Prime Minister Mario Monti said in a statement after speaking with Hollande, Merkel and Britain’s David Cameron.
“Responsible public finance policy is a necessary but certainly not sufficient condition for the key objective: a sustainable growth which can create jobs and produce social equity,” he said. “For this reason, it is fundamental that Europe urgently adopts concrete policies for growth.”
The north-south divide could prove a more compelling force in southern Europe than traditional left-right politics. Spain’s centre-right Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy might have been expected to prefer fellow conservative Sarkozy, but nonetheless stands to gain from the election of a Socialist in Paris.
“Rajoy won the lottery yesterday, in a way. Economically we’re living week to week, so if there can be a certain relaxation of spending cuts it would be great for him and for Portugal,” said Narciso Michavila, president of GAD3 consulting and research firm in Madrid.
One member of parliament from Rajoy’s People’s Party told Reuters on condition of anonymity that the French Socialist’s victory spelled relief for Spain.
Miguel Murado, an independent analyst in Madrid, called it an “irony” that Spain’s conservative leaders would be secretly greeting the success of a Socialist in France.
“The reason for that is obvious: it is expected to help Spain convince all the countries that maybe the adjustment in the budget and deficit should not be that quick,” he said, although he cautioned that a backlash against the centre-right across Europe could leave Rajoy isolated at the start of his four-year term.
Members of Italy’s centre right also appeared ready to cross the ideological spectrum to embrace Hollande. The Italian conservatives have sought euro bonds – debt issued for the whole euro zone and implicitly guaranteed by countries such as Germany – and were at odds with Sarkozy and Merkel.
“I think there’s more chance that Italy can play a role in rebalancing austerity policies towards growth and development,” former Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said in an interview with Corriere della Sera newspaper.
“Germany cannot continue to rule out eurobonds and excluding investment spending from national deficit calculations,” he said