It is one thing for Pineapple republics like Greece (because only the US has full faith and credit in the "Banana" adjective) to have their former Prime Minister's mom be uncovered with $700 millions in Swiss accounts, or its former finance minister get caught literally whiting out his relatives (and perhaps himself?) from a list exposing tax evaders and offshore bank holders, but when the rulers of that bastion of neo-socialism, where everyone is equal, are shown as having done the same, and ostensibly "laundering tax fraud" and hiding unpaid taxes in some bank vault deep under the Swiss alps, implicitly having been part of that group of much hated "rich people" that the same regime is doing all it can to expel to progressive places such as Russia and Belgium, one can't help but wonder, are some more equal than others?
The Paris Prosecutor's office said on Tuesday that it was opening a preliminary investigation into French Budget Minister Jerome Cahuzac over allegations that he had an undisclosed bank account in Switzerland.
The prosecutor's office said that given the sensitivity of the allegations, which Cahuzac denies, and the time it would take to investigate them, it had no option but to open an inquiry immediately.
"The Paris prosecutor has as a result decided to open a preliminary investigation for tax fraud," it said in a statement.
For those who are unfamiliar, Jerome Cahuzac is the minister tasked with battling tax fraud!
Next: Jerome Cahuzac resigns in disgust with his government's own policies, hands over his French passport, and gets Russian citizenship?
Because the "unintended consequences" of the second coming of global socialism appear to be just as predictable as those in its first iteration, which incidentally, did not end too well for those subscribing to its policies...