To President Hollande : the 2017 Government Budget of France and International Terrorism

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For the attention of: President of the Republic of France, Mr. François Hollande

Antwerp, on Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Object :  The French Budget in the Context of International Terrorism

 

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Dear President Hollande,

In the context of international terrorism, I took a look at the 2016 budget of the Government of France, form a leaflet of the Forum de la Performance (The state budget voted for 2016 in a few figures).

I just read in Le Figaro that the budget deficit has been reduced more than expected in 2016. I read in another article that the French government will not be able to reduce the deficit of the State in 2017.

Mr President Hollande, where does the deficit come from? We need a few words of explanation as to the nature of an expense or a deficit. Could I advise not to accept a budget statement without explaining the numbers in a few words also ?  Could you also insist that the names of the responsible ministers appear next to the respective figures?

I think that before making new investments and increasing the pressure on citizens, we will have to find the dormant public money in the government. In order to reduce the deficit of the State in 2017, and redundant posts in the civil service must also be reduced. In order to do this, the members of the government of France should be asked to provide a detailed account of their department.

 

We must start by eliminating the least vital expenditures for the functioning of the country’s economy. All sectors of the economy must have beneficial effects on each other. The effect on performance as a whole is measurable financially.  The lack of relationships between expenses makes room for deficits that are not observed, hidden deficits such as misappropriation of public funds that are discovered too late or not at all.

 

In our multidisciplinary approach we are introducing a new multidimensional budget control system to ensure that one sector benefits another, and in which all expenditures and revenues are linked together for the improvement and progress of all.

An irrelevant expenditure for the functioning of the economy of the country is, for example, the Culture department and the salary of the Minister of Culture:

The French Minister of Culture, Audrey Azoulay, will have to help us understand exactly what she governs, that she gives a clear definition of the mission of her department and how it is organized to serve the citizens of France. What is her suggestion for reducing the deficit of the 2017 State budget?

I do not doubt the integrity and responsible budget management of Minister Azoulay. The French government had voted 2.75 billion Euro for Culture. According to my calculation on the basis of the leaflet, the total for Culture and Communication could amount to at least 11.44 billion Euro. How many jobs have been created with this amount?

 

After eliminating the unnecessary expenditure, you need to cut or restructure the most important budgets and departments such as the budget for the Schools (67.07 billion Euro). The responsible minister is Mrs. Najat Vallaud-Belkacem. I appreciate the importance that France gives to education.

 

The budget for National Education, Higher Education and Research amounts to 26.18 billion Euro. I have seen that spending for employment in the National Education, Higher Education and Research which amounts to 995.30 billion Euro. This expenditure is not in proportion to the planned expenditure of 26.18 billion Euro. What happened here?

EUR 995.3 billion is too large an annual budget for a single ministry. Is it possible that other departments are involved in producing such a budget?

In your government, I see at least three departments of which the mission certainly overlap, since culture is transmitted through education. However, it is not quantifiable by statistics such as education.

So it is not only the French Minister of Education, Higher Education and Research, Miss Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, who should be questioned, but also Minister Audrey Azoulay, at least.

In particular, I recommend an analysis of the inter-government conventions among all these departments. What do the conventions contain? There is then a need for a cross-analysis of spending between the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, and Schools, to find out if there are expenses that are not covered by any convention.

 

A cross-analysis of expenditure mainly concerns an audit of tenders and the awarding of contracts, to see if there are any duplicates, that is to say people or organizations who have asked to obtain funding for their projects for example from the three different ministries discussed in this letter (listed above) or others.

This cross-search will certainly be useful in understanding the explanation for the enormous expenditure on employment in National Education, Higher Education and Research. I therefore advise you not to study an expenditure in isolation, but in relation to other expenses.

 

At the same time, it will be necessary to examine the beneficiaries of public funding to find out how the funds have been used. You, as the Head of Government, can ask the ministers to provide the beneficiaries’ activity reports and decide whether to continue or stop the spending.  In case of total absence of any activity report it is necessary to immediately conduct searches on the premises at the beneficiaries’. At least it is necessary to check whether the beneficiary actually exists if there is no trace of an activity. You must ask for reimbursement, prosecute the beneficiaries, and ask the minister for explanations.

 

These recommendations are part of the routine of each responsible investor, including ministers. When this routine is absent this may be an indication that the minister in question might be part of a group of fraudsters.

An official who participated in financial fraud especially with public money deserves no job, except perhaps in cleaning, because they will probably continue to financially loot the State.  It’s my opinion.

 

Our goal in this letter is to determine the connection between the government and the gang or robbers in the context of international terrorism. These ties are partly defined by the remuneration of workers in subsidized organizations.  I came to this conclusion in the letter to the Dutch Sovereigns of 29 December 2016  https://docs.google.com/document/d/13VHoF7tBtStdDhoOTFp5OZDWsAtY9-LwZjUjwv4hMCk/edit?usp=sharing   I think that explains the disproportion between expenditure on employment in National Education, Higher Education and Research (995.3 bn Euro) and the budget voted for the related ministry (26,18 bn Euro).

995.3 billion Euro is a very attractive amount for the purchase of weapons and for the support of families not only of young people who go to fight in Iraq and Syria but also for the Polisario (and the like). I am drawing the parallel with what I learned about the fighters in Northern Ireland and their families who during the civil war were financially supported by the militias. There are Northern Irish veterans who have seen and spoken with His Excellency André Azoulay about the financing of arms purchases from FN Herstal (Belgium).

 

I have not finished, dear President Hollande. I suspect a power struggle within your government, especially with regard to the young minister of Moroccan origin, Mrs Vallaud-Belkacem. I do not exclude the influence of His Excellency André Azoulay on the government of France. I find him very racist, hateful and jealous towards any successful Moroccan person, including His Majesty the King of Morocco.

On this subject, Dear President Hollande, I am preparing some reasoning in another document to which I will invite you to read.  You will find more information in that report.

This time I worked very quickly, in unpleasant conditions, and without powerful tools.  In spite of this, know, dear President Holland, that I would like to help you more if you wish. It will be my pleasure to render service to France.

 

If you have any questions, do not hesitate, dear President of the Republic to contact me.

In advance I cordially thank you for your time and generosity.

Please accept, Dear Mr. President Hollande, my respectful greetings.

 

Naima MoualiPresident of United Chambers and Innovation ConsultantFounder of Anaccell CorporationFormer Projects Controller at Deloitte & Touche  e-mail : unitedchambers@firemail.de . Phone:+ 32 465 40 15 98 . WhatsApp + 32 465 40 15 98 . Fax : + 44 (0) 871 314 0556 .  Twitter: @unitedchambers .

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