Score another one for the black hats. Soros and his flying monkeys have raised eliminating effective Republicans to an art form. Wolfowitz was reforming the World Bank and making serious inroads in corruption at the World Bank. The looters and the moochers didn’t like that at all. It seems Malloch Brown, Queen of the Pig people and and an international boulevardier, is coveting Wolfowitz’s still warm chair. Brown also stands for
everything Mr. Wolfowitz opposes, beginning with the issue of corruption.
Consider Mr. Malloch Brown’s defense of the U.N.’s procurement practices.
Seeing as Brown is one of the top girls in the Soros’ stable of hos – expect an announcement.
Iraq War ‘Architect’ Leaves
Bank Amid Controversy Over Girlfriend’s Raise World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz has resigned his post,
effective June 30.
An internal panel tasked
with investigating the lucrative pay and promotion package Wolfowitz arranged in
2005 for girlfriend Shaha Riza found him guilty of breaking bank rules.
The committee also found that he tried to hide the
salary and promotion package from top ethics and legal officials within the
bank. The report added that there is a "crisis in the leadership" at the World
UPDATE: World Bank Justice Wolfowitz’s resignation offers a window into a
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