Heterosexual Menace: Beware “The Rutting Champanzee”

Jim Burroway

May 16th, 2011

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, head of the International Monetary Fund and a leading candidate for the French presidency, was arrested over the weekend on charges of attempted rape and unlawful imprisonment of a maid at the hotel where he was staying. Strauss-Kahn apparently has quite a reputation; the French call him “the great seducer“:

A 32-year-old hotel worker told police she went in to clean what she thought was an empty luxury suite. The woman claims Strauss-Kahn came out of the bathroom naked, locked her inside and sexually assaulted her.

Three hours later, police hauled him off an Air France jet at Kennedy Airport 10 minutes before takeoff.

Women are lining up for their shot against him. French writer Tristane Banon is also expected to lodge an official sexual assault complaint against him. She previously described the attack on television in 2007, when she called Strauss-Kahn, whose name was bleeped out, a “rutting chimpanzee.” Strauss-Kahn is scheduled to appear for his arraignment today. His wife is standing by him and protests his “innocence,” an apparently common practice among heterosexual wives.

You can learn more about how the heterosexuals are destroying the fabric of society here and in our report, The Heterosexual Agenda: Exposing the Myths.

tristram

May 16th, 2011

re the headline – is that a chimp (and a chump) from the Champs-Eysees?

ps – I have not read all the details but it’s hard for me to totally rule out the possibility of a set-up.

Regan DuCasse

May 16th, 2011

Why is an avowed Socialist lodging in 3,000 a night hotels and flying first class?
Hypocrisy much?

Franck

May 17th, 2011

French LGBT, you can already kiss your hopes goodbye for 2012. With DSK out of the picture, the main candidates left for the presidential elections are Marine Le Pen (from the Far Right) and Nicolas Sarkozy (accused of pandering to the Far Right). Unless the Socialist Party manages to scramble for a new candidate… Aubry? Royal? Or, providence helps, Delanoë?

Regan DuCasse

May 17th, 2011

DSK’s lawyer argued for bail stating that DSK wasn’t a flight risk.

That’s hilarious considering DSK was ON A PLANE headed to France when he was arrested. France is a non extradition country. Which is why Roman Polanski retreated there.

Why would France want so many sex offenders running around loose in their country?

Rob in San Diego

May 17th, 2011

I just can’t believe that a heterosexual male would actually do that to women. I thought heterosexuals didn’t do this kind of stuff.

MKYLL

May 20th, 2011

I guess presumption of innocence doesn’t count with this guy.

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