Who is he: Nicolas Sarkozy is the 23rd and current President of the French Republic and ex officio Co-Prince of Andorra. Sarkozy assumed the presidency on May 16th, 2007 after defeating the Socialist Party candidate Ségolène Royal.
Sarkozy's term in office has often been controversial. What is notable about it is how congruent it has been with Anglo-American interests. Rather than pursuing a non-aligned policy, Sarkozy has enthusiastically thrown France into virtually every war the Anglo-American elites have chosen to pursue. This has led to reports in the alternative Internet media that Nicolas Sarkozy is in a sense an Anglo-American intelligence asset, though no direct evidence of this has seemingly emerged.
What does seem easily discernable is the level and tenor of Sarkozy's authoritarianism, which matches the tenor of the times. Sarkozy invaded the Ivory Coast, deposing President Laurent Gbagbo and has not hesitated to use French force as warranted elsewhere in the world. He has participated in the Afghan war and was a leader in spearheading the Libyan war as well.
Nicolas Sarkozy is evidently an obviously dedicated internationalist who has spent French resources supporting various globalist causes. The high-profile cause is the European Union itself. Sarkozy has dedicated himself to propping it up and has put France's political prestige on the line to do so.
Sarkozy is small in stature, but his vision is even smaller. As a globalist, he wants to place all people under the yoke of an Anglo-American elite, presumably even French citizens. Nicolas Sarkozy could thus be considered a traitor to France. He is surely a traitor to the concept of French freedom and his noisesome support of globalist enterprises around the world make him an enemy of freedom and a laissez faire society. Under Sarkozy, France has sunk to a new low.
Background: Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarkozy was born in January 1955. Sarkozy is the product of a broken marriage in which the father declined to give the mother any financial aid. The family was subsequently relocated to a small mansion of Sarkozy's grandfather's, Benedict Mallah, in Paris. Sarkozy's Gaullist grandfather had more influence with him when he was young than did his absent father.
Sarkozy went to Lycée Chaptal and then to Cours Saint-Louis de Monceau. He attended the Université Paris X Nanterre, where he graduated with an MA in Private Law.
Rather than tilting Left, as did so many young Parisians at the time, Sarkozy joined a right-wing student organization; he later completed military service as a part-time Air Force cleaner. After passing the bar, Sarkozy became a lawyer in business and family law. Nicolas Sarkozy reportedly became a top advocate for his Italian counterpart, Silvio Berlusconi.
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