he New York Times leads with:
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the leader of the International Monetary Fund, spent most of Sunday at the Manhattan Special Victims Unit in East Harlem as prosecutors sought additional evidence, including possible DNA evidence on his skin or beneath his fingernails, to bolster allegations that he had sexually assaulted a maid in a $3,000-a-night suite at a Midtown hotel, officials said.I've no idea what sort of man Strauss-Kahn is, but he is "a leading Socialist and the managing director of the International Monetary Fund," and so I am shocked (call me naive) that a man who is a socialist would commit such an act.
One of the first socialists in France, 19th century writer Charles Fourier wrote that is a socialist society,
The degree of emancipation of women is the natural measure of general emancipation...But he also wrote:
And, it follows:The humiliation of the female sex is an essential feature of civilization as well as of barbarism...
No one is punished more severely for keeping woman in slavery than man himself ...
If Strauss-Kahn is guilty...what a disgusting pig.