If you’re like me, I strongly dislike it when people lie to me. Here is such a case. This actor plays a number of different roles. But the most telling for me are the roles of IMF Chief, Christine Lagarde and the role of legendary tennis player, Martina Navratilova. You will see from the ear analysis below that these are the same person.
I am the world’s greatest tennis fan. But I am now confronted by the very real and gradually inevitable conclusion that sports at the highest levels are simply fixed. Martina is the greatest female tennis player ever, and according to former World No. 1. Billie Jean King, “She’s the greatest singles, doubles and mixed doubles player who’s ever lived.”
Navratilova won 18 Grand Slam singles titles, 31 major women’s doubles titles (an all-time record), and 10 major mixed doubles titles. She reached the Wimbledon singles final 12 times, including nine consecutive years from 1982 through 1990, and won the women’s singles title at Wimbledon a record nine times. She and King each won 20 Wimbledon titles, an all-time record. On TV, I watched her consistently make mincemeat of her competition most matches, as if it was just too easy. As it turns out, this observation may not be far from the truth.
The role of Managing Director for the International Monetary Fund has been filled by now two exposed actors, the previous to Christine Lagarde being DSK who was exposed as the same individual who plays Benjamin Netanyahu.
Christine Lagarde is the 11th person to take this role. The IMF is the global front for the parasite financial class that enslaves billions of people on this planet. As a teenager, Lagarde was a member of the French nationalsynchronised swimming team. She also has ties to Watergate of all things…
In an interview with The Guardian in May 2012, Lagarde was asked about crisis-stricken Greece—where the suicide rate has increased by 40% and large sections of Athens are reduced to using food kitchens—and other struggling eurozone countries, and replied:
“Do you know what? As far as Athens is concerned, I also think about all those people who are trying to escape tax all the time. All these people in Greece who are trying to escape tax.”
Even more than she thinks about all those now struggling to survive without jobs or public services? “I think of them equally. And I think they should also help themselves collectively.”
How? “By all paying their tax. Yeah.”It sounds as if she’s essentially saying to the Greeks and others in Europe, you’ve had a nice time and now it’s payback time. “That’s right.” She nods calmly. “Yeah.”