A Recently discovered ¬†email , several actually btw Tony Blair the former UK Prime minister and Hilary Clinton on a number of seperate “issues” have got the old spidersenses tingling….this one mentioned “Soros” , IMF , Guinea and US treasury Oh and “other things I do ” …..some digging had to be done .

turns out it’s connected to a semi well known scandal from 2011……benind the scenes of course..

First a little background on Guinea   

In 1958¬†French President Charles de Gaulle¬†supported by the people founded the fifth Republic and on 8 August 1958 ¬†France’s colonies were ¬†given a stark choice between more autonomy in a new French Community or immediate independence in the referendum ¬†on 28 September 1958. While other colonies chose the former ¬†Guinea ¬†under the leadership of Ahmed S√©kou Tour√© {whose Democratic Party of Guinea (PDG) had won 56 of 60 seats in 1957 territorial elections } voted overwhelmingly for independence.

The French withdrew quickly, and on 2 October 1958, Guinea proclaimed itself a sovereign and independent republic, with Sékou Touré as president.


Following France’s withdrawal, Guinea quickly aligned itself with the Soviet Union and adopted mainstream¬†socialist policies. This alliance was short-lived, however, as Guinea moved towards a Chinese model of socialism. Despite this, however, the country continued to receive aid and investment from capitalist countries such as the U.S..


In late 1990s and into the last decade, the Guinean government,led by Lansana Conté, dreamed of ways of using Simandou to raise the country’s flagging fortunes and put it on the global mining map.

‚ÄúIts very rich grade makes it the magic sauce for steel makers.‚ÄĚ

Mr. Conté died after 24 years in power, taking some of the secrets of the Simandou transfer to the grave. But not all of them, for in 2010, after the end of the military dictatorship installed after Mr. Conté’s death, a new president, Alpha Condé was elected and promised to clean up Guinea’s resources act. Mr. Condé soon launched a BSGR investigation, which was initially financed by George Soros, the former hedge fund manager turned philanthropist. Mr. Soros bankrolled Revenue Watch (now Natural Resource Governance Institute), which, since early 2011, has been advising the Guinean government’s efforts to write a new mining code. Mr. Soros also sponsored Global Witness, the anti-corruption watchdog group in London that has published several hard-hitting accounts of the Simandou affair, earning the ire of BSGR and its lawyers. Mr. Soros’s save-Guinea effort was assisted by Tony Blair’s Africa Governance Initiative.





ok Tony ?

What are you actually asking here ……..

let’s ¬†go back in time …..

US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has said.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn is “not in a position to run” the International Monetary Fund after his arrest over an alleged sexual assault,Mr Geithner said the IMF’s executive board should designate an interim head.The alleged assault on a maid happened at New York’s luxury Sofitel hotel on 14 May

Mr Strauss-Kahn – who denies the claims – has been put on suicide watch in the city’s infamous Rikers Island prison.As a precaution, guards are required to check on him every 15 to 30 minutes.

‘Honest woman’ ¬†

The 62-year-old, who had been seen as a favourite in France’s 2012 presidential elections, faces seven charges and could be sentenced to up to 25 years in jail.The defence offered to post $1m (¬£617,000) bail, with Mr Strauss-Kahn to stay at his daughter’s address in New York until the next hearing on Friday. However, a New York judge rejected the application.The lawyer for Mr Strauss-Kahn’s alleged victim says his client, a 32-year-old hotel maid, is living through an “extraordinary” trauma and is now in hiding.

West African immigrant

More details have been emerging about the woman who accused Mr Strauss-Kahn of assaulting her in the suite at the Sofitel hotel near Times Square.Jeffrey Shapiro said she was an immigrant from the West African nation of Guinea. 

Mr Shapiro said her story was “consistent” because she was telling the truth.”There is no way in which there is any aspect of this event which could be construed consensual in any manner. This is nothing other than a physical, sexual assault by this man on this young woman.”

According to the NYPD, the maid told officers that when she entered his suite on Saturday afternoon, Mr Strauss-Kahn emerged from the bathroom naked, chased her and sexually assaulted her.The woman was able to break free and alert the authorities, a NYPD spokesman added

.Later on Saturday, Mr Strauss-Kahn was detained on board an Air France flight at New York’s John F Kennedy airport minutes before take-off.The IMF chief underwent medical examinations on Sunday.Police were looking for scratches or any other evidence of his alleged assault.He was later charged with a “criminal sexual act, unlawful imprisonment and attempted rape”.

Police say the maid formally identified him in a line-up.


Opinion polls gave him a good chance of defeating Globalist French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

Casts doubt on her credibility by agreeing to a pre trial TV interview in which she contradicts the above statement that she did not know who he was before making the complaint.


psssst over here 

French officials said John Lipsky, the IMF’s American number two official whose term ends in August, would represent the Fund at next week’s Group of Eight summit in France.¬†


The SUMIT agrees to !!!    

Guinea secures $2.1 billion debt relief from IMF, World Bank

Guinea secured $2.1 billion in debt relief from the World Bank and the IMF Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) initiative, paving the way for accelerated development of the minerals-rich West African state, officials said

Guinea’s Finance Minister Kerfalla Yansane said the debt relief, which clears two-thirds of the country’s total foreign debt, will allow the country invest in infrastructure, water, electricity, and food security.

FULL NEWS REPORT HERE | Wed Sep 26, 2012 | 4:47pm EDT

“Reaching the HIPC completion point represents an important achievement for Guinea. It reflects the significant progress made in economic management following the first democratic elections in December 2010,” Harry Snoek, IMF mission chief for Guinea, said in the IMF press statement.

Mining firms have signed billions of dollars worth of deals targeting Guinea’s reserves, though ongoing political uncertainty, labor strife, and a government review of mining contracts has cooled recent investment.

Guinea said in July that world No. 1 miner BHP Billiton is pulling out of an iron ore project, and a source at Vale said on Tuesday the company was putting its planned Simandou development down its list of priorities

Goldman Sachs ……them again ?.

And yes of course old rapey’s in there raping all the resources …..who else ???

oh looky looky man !!!

Pirate ship Clinton & Captain Wandering Willie

 WWW.TEAPARTY.ORG  Clinton Foundation received a $175,000 donation from the mining conglomerate BHP Billiton

Turns out Kahn was having sex parties too PIMPING …….BILL ?????


FINANCIAL TIMES ¬†NOV 7 2012¬†Guinea ‚Äď what lies beneath Tens of billions of dollars hang in the balance in a showdown over the country‚Äôs iron ore rights

SOURCE¬†— AFRICA Wealth of iron ore in Guinea‚Äôs Simandou buried by corruption, politics ERIC REGULY LONDON ‚ÄĒ The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 02, 2015 6:51PM EDT

Playground of skulduggery

¬†AFRICA Wealth of iron ore in Guinea‚Äôs Simandou buried by corruption, politics ERIC REGULY LONDON ‚ÄĒ The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 02, 2015 6:51PM EDT

Mr. Cramer alleges South African businessmen and spooks were offered stakes in Guinea’s mining assets, including Simandou, in exchange for their support in rigging Alpha Condé’s win in the 2010 election. At the same time, Mr. Steinmetz had hired Mr. Freeh, the former FBI boss, and former U.S. senator Joe Lieberman to run an internal probe on the bribery allegations. Mr. Cramer would not confirm or deny the probe’s existence.

The legal morass, the threat of criminal indictments and the fallen iron ore price have left Simandou in limbo. Guinea may have to wait another decade before it sees the megaproject ‚Äď Africa‚Äôs biggest ‚Äď open for business. In the meantime, the Simandou affair, as Mr. Cramer put it, has turned Guinea into a ‚Äúplayground of political and corporate skulduggery‚ÄĚ instead of a wealth-creating development site.

‚ÄúBeny Steinmetz, with customary resilience and tenacity, will set the record straight and leverage these proceedings into new and exciting business opportunities,‚ÄĚ he said.

SOURCE¬†— AFRICA Wealth of iron ore in Guinea‚Äôs Simandou buried by corruption, politics ERIC REGULY LONDON ‚ÄĒ The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 02, 2015 6:51PM EDT

FINANCIAL TIMES ¬†NOV 7 2012¬†Guinea ‚Äď what lies beneath Tens of billions of dollars hang in the balance in a showdown over the country‚Äôs iron ore rights

Kinda makes you wonder what who where why when eh ????