This video says about itself:
23 9 1978: EMPEROR BOKASSA OF CENTRAL AFRICA VISITS FRENCH PRESIDENT GISCARD IN PARIS
Valéry René Marie Georges Giscard d’Estaing is known as the author of the draft proposal for a European Union constitution. That proposal basically made it illegal to oppose Thatcherite capitalism, and mandatory to spend more money on
war … sorry, I am supposed to use the euphemism ‘defence’.
Valéry René Marie Georges Giscard d’Estaing’s draft constitution failed, as voters both in France and the Netherlands rejected it. However, basically the same proposals then became the Lisbon treaty. A treaty about which voters in France, the Netherlands and elsewhere did not get the right to vote. Only in Ireland there was a referendum. Irish voters rejected the Lisbon treaty. Then, the European Union and the right-wing Irish coalition government had the voters vote again, under massive corporate media blackmail that the sky would fall if voters would dare to vote No again. The blackmail succeeded.
Before Valéry René Marie Georges Giscard d’Estaing had made the European Union draft constitution, he had been president of France. Then, he became infamous for various scandals. One of them was the corrupt acceptance of ‘blood diamonds’ from the dictator of the Central African Republic, calling himself Emperor Bokassa I of the Central African Empire.
There was more.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
New doubts about suicide of French minister Boulin
The investigation into the death of the French minister Robert Boulin in 1979 will be reopened. The family’s lawyer says that new evidence was found for murder so that Boulin’s death was not a suicide.
The Minister of Labour under President Giscard d’Estaing was found 36 years ago in a shallow pool of water in a forest. After police investigation there was a conclusion of suicide.
Boulin’s family’s lawyer says that a new witness has surfaced. Who says to have seen that the car of Boulin, which was later found abandoned, was driven by someone else. This supports the theory that the minister has been kidnapped and killed to prevent him from revealing corruption.
Boulin was seen as a candidate for the premiership. But in the weeks before his death he was discredited because of a scandal surrounding real estate on the French Riviera. Therefore he was so upset that he committed suicide, police said.
Letters he wrote in the hours before his death also pointed in that direction. As noted in one of the letters: “I decided to drown myself in the forest of Rambouillet where I used to like horse riding.”
Before his death Boulin denied emphatically that he was guilty. His family does not believe in suicide or that he wrote the letters themselves. They want now, inter alia, DNA examination of the saliva which was used to close the envelopes.
The first policeman who was at Boulin’s dead body does not believe in suicide. When the minister was found, his head is said to have been above water. The officer was taken off the case within half an hour. Three years ago he contacted French media.