vendredi 29 octobre 2010

Emperor Bokassa I: Pedophile and cuckold




Daughter of Clement Hassan, director of  “La France d’Outremer “and the teacher, Christine Gueret, Marie-Reine was born July 14, 1964 in Bangui. In 1978, during his studies at the Catholic High School Pius XII Bangui (she was then aged 14), she is forced to marry the president Bokassa after two years in its jails Ngaragba. The poor girl, tries in vain to flee to Cameroon with his mother.
           
His entire family is imprisoned in the galleys Ngaragba in Bangui. Released after two years, Marie-Reine officially became one of the many wives of her torturer.
           
After two years of confinement in the palace of Bokassa, she tries unsuccessfully to commit suicide then simulates madness. She returned to join his father in Paris (he was also imprisoned for one year by Bokassa). She can finally pursue his secondary education at the Lycée François Couperin at Fontainebleau.
           
From 1983 to 1984, she was executive director of the Central African Shippers' Council in Bangui. In 1984, she obtained a D.E.S. Economics and International Trade at the Institut d'Etudes des Relations Internationales (ILERI).
         After the overthrow of Emperor Bokassa by French troops during "Operation Barracuda" in 1979, his father was appointed secretary general of President David Dacko (1930-2003).
           
In 1998, she obtained a Master in International Business at the University of Maryland, USA. In 2003, she was appointed Ambassador of the Central African Republic in Senegal. In September 2006 she was appointed Minister Delegate to the Minister of State for Planning, Economy and International Cooperation, in charge of International Cooperation by President Francois Bozize.
           
From 2007 to 2008 she held the position of Minister for Economy, Plan and International Cooperation. From November 2008 to October 2009, she served as Minister Delegate at the Presidency of the Republic in charge of Regional Development (development poles).
           
In 2010, she presented her candidacy for the presidential election. Mother of three children, she is married to Didier Peltier.
           
Far from the fabulous destiny of Marie-Reine, the Empress Catherine Denguiadé Bokassa (born August 7, 1949 at Sahr Chad) has enjoyed the splendors of the imperial court.
           
After the overthrow of her husband, 20 September 1979, she stayed in the Ivory Coast and France, before moving to Lausanne in Switzerland. In 1995 she returned to Bangui, where she pulls the struggling amid memories populous Houphouet-Boigny, Giscard d'Estaing, Mobutu Sese Seko of Mo'ammar Gaddafi, Omar Bongo ...
What has she done trunks filled with currency, diamonds, gold, jewelry and silver, watches great designers ... she brought with her shortly before the fall of the father of her seven children?

The coronation carnival!

           
On December 4, 1977, the day the imperial coronation, she is dressed by Lanvin in a long gown spangled gold worth $ 72,000, enhanced with sequins and 935,000 pieces of gold embroidered with jewels. On his forehead shines a golden crown set with a diamond of 38 carats of inestimable value. Her ladies wear dresses and pink Fuchsia scenes from "Gone With the Wind."
           
While Jean Bedel Bokassa wears a long embroidered dawn of 785,000 white pearls and crystal beads 1,220,000 (12 m and 38 kg), a velvet cape and ermine a cost of 145,000 U.S. dollars. It covers the forehead with laurel wreath golden Imperator Caesar.
           
After the long climb back from the red carpet (80 meters), the imperial couple moved in two huge golden throne in the form of eagle standing on a platform draped in red velvet.
           
The emperor received successively at the hands of his officers of the guard, his sword coronation (offered by President Valery Giscard d'Estaing), her crown of diamonds (the same as the queen Elizabeth II of England), decorated with a diamond of 138 carats (estimated at $ 2 million) and the diamond scepter, red cape and gold winner.
           
The Emperor's oath and a gesture that leaves no voice support, took the crown and laying himself on the head, self proclaimed "Emperor of Central Africa by the will of the Central African people, united in within the national political party: Movement for Social Evolution of Black Africa" before 5,000 guests.
           
The Empress Catherine puts a knee, gets his cape and crown of diamonds from the hand of her husband Imperial.
           
The coronation will cost the treasury over Central $ 20 million in a country where GDP is now 250 million dollars.
           
The choir sings the anthem while the imperial cannon announces the Central African people that his troubles began.
           
For Bokassa I, too, because he was overthrown by the French Army (Operation Barracuda) September 21, 1979 during his stay in Libya.
           
Forced to land at Evry in France, he is locked up in his plane for four days, starved, stripped and humiliated and then shipped to Ivory Coast.
           
The report on Bokassa by Jean Claude Chuzel Lionel Chomarat, made in Abidjan in 1983 (where he spent 4 years restricted house) and broadcast on the internet crushes France, and this would explain the ban.
           
For 52 minutes, the ex-emperor gives details of what were his relations with France and former President Valery Giscard d'Estaing. He explains in particular how he offered graciously and regularly, not only diamonds, but also favors extra-marital affairs of his "Empress Catherine" to his "brother," President Valery Giscard d'Estaing:
“He got house arrest and given me as a package to Houphouet-Boigny, he slept with my wife, Empress Catherine Bokassa to the enclosure (the French president would have had an abortion at a clinic in Neuilly 1974). He robbed of my belongings ... my friend Giscard”.

The fabulous destiny of orphan Bongombé,

           
Bokassa was born February 22, 1921 at Bongombé near Bobangui. His mother Mary Yokowo suicide September 20, 1927 after the execution of her husband Mindogon Ngboundoulou Chief customary Mbaïki by colonial agents September 13, 1927.
           
Her aunt Siril (the mother of Abbe Barthelemy Boganda President) also perished under the blows of bothers officers Oubangui-Sanga Forestry Company (FSCO), a subsidiary of the Colonial Society SFFC, then headed by Edmond Giscard d'Estaing, the father of the future French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing.
           
Supported by her grandfather Mbalanga, he studied at École Sainte-Jeanne d'Arc at Mbaïki until 1928, at the St. Louis School of Bangui and at the missionary school in Brazzaville (Congo ), where he arrived Dec. 30, 1929.
           
After his studies in school-Edouard Renard in Brazzaville, he was ten years old when he did enlist for four years in the French colonial army "Free France" May 19, 1939.
         "The Sergeant" as nicknamed General Charles De Gaulle climbed the ranks of the army France (seventeen medals and the Legion of Honor in premium) to the rank of lieutenant when he was posted to Brazzaville in 1958.
           
On 1 January 1963 with the rank of colonel, he was officially appointed by President David Dacko, Chief of Staff of the small Central African army of 500 men set up by French General Marcel Bigeard (1916-2010).
           
On the night of December 31, 1965 January 1, 1966, he arrests the President David Dacko and the gendarmerie commander Jean Izamo and seized power. 8 January 1966, he proclaimed himself president and established a totalitarian regime for 14 years and caricature leaving a miserable country.
           
Paranoid, eccentric and sexually obsessed, he has had at least 19 wives and concubines, and at least 54 known children. On 23 October 1986, he returned to Central African Republic "to regain power," but is arrested at the airport in Bangui by the French Colonel Jean-Claude Mantion, right arm of the president Andre Kolingba and imprisoned.
           
Accused of "political assassinations, complicity to murder, cannibalism, poisoning, concealment of corpses, arrests and arbitrary detentions, violence and assault, assault and battery on children resulting in death no intention of giving, misuse of public funds, assets and property of the State, affect the internal and external security of the state of intelligence with a foreign power, etc.. "
         He was sentenced to capital punishment, confiscation of his property to a maximum of 60 million French francs and the forfeiture of his civil rights June 13, 1987 after a lengthy trial of 7 months and 84 hearings.
           
Pardoned by President Andre Kolingba, 1 September 1993 after seven years in prison, he sinks into mysticism.
           
Dressed in a white cassock and carrying a huge cross, he proclaims himself "thirteenth apostle of Jesus Christ and Saint Tier" blesses his few visitors and celebrates Mass every morning.
           
Abandoned by his parents and his courtiers, he spent his last years in paranoia and misery before being felled by a stroke October 10, 1995.
         On November 3, 1995, he died of cardiac arrest in Abidjan. He was buried Dec. 18, 1996 in his field "imperial" of Bérengo Central African Republic and was entitled to state funerals.

... In the absence of the former Empress Catherine Bokassa comfortably installed in Lausanne, Switzerland!


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