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Maurice Strong

No better place to hide from American justice than China

By Judi McLeod

Wednesday, August 2, 2006

The tantalizing tale of missing Kofi Annan pointman Maurice Strong is no longer one of those puzzling unsolved mysteries.

Canadian `Chairman Mo', a big gun in the international arena, dropped right off the radar screen in April of 2005 when his alleged ties to the UN Oil-for-Food scandal cropped up and wouldn't go away.

According to the investigative Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Mo's location has been pinpointed, and it never required a Miss Marple to track him down.

AWOL Maurice Strong is alive and kicking in Beijing.

Canada Free Press, whose two favourite people to track are Mo and his sidekick, the self-reinvented-as-American-patriot Mikhail Gorbachev, always knew that Mo would return to China, his favourite place on Mother Earth.

What we didn't know, but read with relish in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, is that the smooth-talking architect of the Kyoto Protocol, has no choice but to remain in the Orient,

"Maurice must now remain in China (where he is very welcome) to avoid questioning by the FBI and Canadian investigators about the $1 million that Tongsun gave him and which Mo tried to hide in his son Fred's nuclear power company, which now is bankrupt." (Pittsburg Tribune-Review, July 30, 2006.)

Pointing out that Strong is "very welcome" in China is a polite way of saying that he's right at home where overpaid environmental spin doctors have long claimed that Maurice Strong was the only man alive who could see that the United States of America is replaced by Communist China as world superpower.

That's where Mo's sidekick Mikhail Gorbachev--who was never really ever out--comes in.

Gorbachev is living La Dolce Vita in San Francisco at the Presidio, where in 1993, he had a three-star general present him the keys to his new digs.

International diplomats, no matter how anti-American, always arrive in the West with a soft landing.

The Tribune-Review comes right out and throws sunlight on the business partnership Strong has with George Soros.

Like the bad guys in a spy movie, Strong and Soros teamed up on the Chery, a sort of poor man's made-in-China vehicle, with which they hope to flood the U.S. market next year.

CFP thinks that it's only natural that Strong would be dodging the authorities in China.

The Peoples' Republic of China is increasingly viewed as a country governed by a brutal regime, where just posting an anti-government essay on the Internet can get your imprisoned, or being Christian can get you killed.

Aside from addressing the occasional symposium on global warming, Chairman Mo remains on the lam in China.

Are Strong and other UN world players protected for life by something called UN international immunity?

Bringing Maurice Strong to justice would be as difficult as having him prove his credentials. Long ago his diplomatic status was bought for him, courtesy of an influential Canadian Liberal politician by the name of Paul Martin Sr., the late father of the recently defeated Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin Jr.

The relationship between Strong and the Martins may be based on more than international politics, another Mo intrigue with a trail long ago gone cold.

Maurice Strong, who keeps popping up in all the right places, has always been perceived as a cross between the Wizard of Oz and Dr. No.

It would be poetic justice of a sort if the gruesome trio of Maurice Strong Mikhail Gorbachev and George Soros would finish their days on earth in Beijing.

This is surely the place where the anti-American, commie loving aging activists belong.

Now if only they would call home the murderer by default of Blue Helmets, Kofi Annan.

Canada Free Press founding editor Most recent by Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years experience in the print media. Her work has appeared on Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, Glenn Beck. Judi can be reached at: judi@canadafreepress.com


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