I WAS NEARLY SICK WHEN I READ THIS…. ZIONIST JEW IS TRYING TO GET US MORE INTO DEBT AND ALL THE MAIL CAN PRINT IS THIS BULLSHIT! GAG ALERT
The seductive IMF boss and a smitten BBC business guru:
Talking about fiscal consolidation is not traditionally the way to a man’s heart.
Unless, it seems, that man is Robert Peston. The BBC’s business editor became distinctly flustered on air as he discussed remarks made by Christine Lagarde, the glamorous head of the International Monetary Fund, on the UK’s austerity measures.
Peston, 52, was on Radio 4′s PM programme to analyse the IMF’s review of Britain’s economy, but was left fumbling for words after gushing about the Frenchwoman’s ‘silken’ charms.
He said Mrs Lagarde had given the Government ‘overall about a C or C minus’, before adding: ‘But she is one of the most charming politicians in the world.’
He continued: ‘And in her sort of silken way she…’, at which point the show’s presenter, Eddie Mair, interrupted with, ‘Are you smitten?’
Peston, a married father-of-two, replied: ‘I have to say I’ve met her a few times and she’s a very seductive politician, let’s put it that way.’
Mair said he should ‘try and concentrate on what she said’. The normally exuberant Peston then spluttered: ‘Desperately trying to get back to the matter in hand…no she, er, said…I’ve completely lost my place, I need a glass of water…and you know…’