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Saturday, 1 March 2008

My post, 'Hand that Flattens Own Agitator', was about Mr. Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarközy de Nagy-Bocsa, President of France visiting President George Bush in USA. In his trip, Mr. Sarkozy was not accompanied by his wife Cécilia Ciganer-Albeniz. Before the cameras, we observed some bizarre behaviors including Sarkozy's inserting his left hand deep into the pocket of his over-sized jacket! It is my understanding that Cécilia Ciganer-Albeniz, after reading my story, concluded that she should divorce the lusty Sarkozy.

Immediately after becoming president, we saw Mr. Sarkozy relaxing on a 60-metre pleasure boat belonging to a rich man, of course, with Cécilia and son. He was said to be reflecting on the future of France. The cost of the trip: €110,000 three-day rate

After the separation, we saw the emperor, 52, and his model girlfriend, Carla Bruni, 39, who sings in a raspy, whispery voice, taking a paid trip to Egypt. She is said to have dated many famous men.


Recently, on 25 Feb. 08, at the Salon International de l'Agriculture, Mr. Sarkozy held out his hand to a farmer who refused to shake hand with Sarkozy, saying "Oh no, don't touch me, you'll dirty me.", and Sarkozy replied, "Get lost then you bloody idiot, just get lost!" You can see the video clip on website of French daily newspaper Le Parisien.

In old days, we are told that a royal touch would cure Scrofula, tuberculosis of the lymph glands, also known as "king's evil". Louis XIV of France, also known Louis Le Grand Monarque, practiced the ceremony of royal touch.

English monarchs did the same to cure the swollen glands of their subjects. They had received from God this healing power. In England, in 1684, many people trampled to death in attempting to reach the hand of the king.

Is Mr. Sarkozy's hand unclean or the hands that cast the votes?

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