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Jho Low and UAE Crown Prince Looked To Buy Panties As UN Lies on Kharkiv Slaughterhouse Stench

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CADMAN PLAZA / UN GATE, March 8 -- In the Jho Low trial in Brooklyn, there were more details including about the UAE and its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan. Flashed on the screen in the overflow courtroom on the 6th floor, then later uploaded to USAfx was an email from Leissner to two others at Goldman Sachs, Joseph Porter and Russell Horwitz.

  In it, Leissner was pumping up his and the UAE's partner in crime, writing that "Jho is a very close personal friend of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi as well as his brother Sheikh Mansour." It then ran through Jho's deals with Mubadala, IPIC and Aabar, including "real estate deals in China" and a luxury brand purchase that was left unnamed, apparently because it involved high end underwear.

  What hypocrites, Kurt thought. It was drizzling but he decided to ride a Citibike from the other side of Cadman Plaza and up to the UAE mission, to film a vlog if not get inside. As he biked past Foley Square and up Centre Street and Lafayette, past the Tombs condos and Thai restaurants with ferns and palm trees outside his mind flashed to images of Kharkiv, blasted like Syria, now with the spectre of chemical weapons being floated.

   Russia was pre-blaming the US, and China joined them in that adding the term "biological weapons," even as France's Macron bragged that Xi had praised French efforts. Really?

Meanwhile UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan hadn't even taken Big Joe's call. Oh but he or an underling would deign to speak to little Big Tony, all of it phony, how to keep the Malaysians' money and pontificate about green energy.

  Kurt parked the Citibike on First Avenue and 44th Street, across the street from the UN. Guards he still never by face pointed him out and unlike when he was first thrown out, he did not take the bait. He turned his back on the UN so he could film a stand-up. This was his new weapon, such as it was.

   Over on 46th Street there was movement. The UAE mission staff were taking a selfie about their great work on "Women, Peace and Security" even as the daughter of one of their royals was locked up, covered up by the UN's (and Ireland's) Mary Robinson, an Elder for sale. Today's UN corrupts everything. The Weasels of Wall Street.

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 Kurt had first heard of Jho Low while still in the UN, before he was thrown out. Jho Low appeared at a UN press conference in front of the ubiquitous and now defiled logo. #TheWeaselOfWallStreet, 1st in a new series

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