Monday, July 18, 2011

Taki Takes on the Rich and Powerful

Taki Theodoracopulos, no stranger to wealth and privilege, reminds us that "the rich and powerful are seldom held accountable" — Inappropriate Touching Among the Untouchables. He first mentions "the recent case of Albert II, the Prince of Monaco, and his new wife, Charlene Wittstock," reminding us,
    Rumors that Charlene was first kidnapped, drugged, and then forced to abide by the agreement she had signed with the Principality of Monaco—or else—went almost entirely unnoticed by the media once the runaway bride had been brought back to the palace and was allegedly sedated heavily. Her father was also reportedly held hostage and threatened unless he played ball and helped palace courtiers convince Charlene to stay put.
I heard these rumors, but ignored them. Mr. Theodoracopulos' is a voice a trust on such matters, however, as he has "known the Monegasque royal family for more than thirty years." I heard, perhaps from Mr. Theodoracopulos himself, that said royal family is pretty much shunned by other members of the European nobility, because they are descended from an usurper.

He next brings up Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and, after noting that "the victim has lied about her background" and "is most likely a liar and out for a payday," asks, " Did you by any chance, dear readers, know that merely because a woman is a prostitute, the legal penalty for raping her is the same as if she were a virgin?"

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4 Comments:

Blogger elena maria vidal said...

VERY interesting. I thought that Charlene looked strange during the wedding. The Grimaldis have always been shady. Marie-Antoinette would not receive them at court.

11:16 PM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

Marie-Antoinette was a class act.

11:23 PM  
Blogger Terry Nelson said...

I find Taki tacky. If these things are true - why and how can it be ignored by the MSM?

I find the following statement to be particularly trashy:

"Did you by any chance, dear readers, know that merely because a woman is a prostitute, the legal penalty for raping her is the same as if she were a virgin?"

2:18 AM  
Blogger love the girls said...

"I find the following statement to be particularly trashy: . . ."

Oh give me a break. This is the same Terry Nelson who within the last couple of weeks was praising the bizarre and vicious smear job of Fr. Corapi over at C&T as a breath of sanity.

8:18 AM  

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