Die Ukraine, Albanien,zeigte wie korrupt ja kriminell der Deutsche CDU Ableger KAS operiert, wo man seine duemmsten Politik Gaenger unterbringt.Journalisten erhalten nur eine Einladung,wenn man gezielt die gewuenschten Luegen verbreitet, wie die KAS, Spiegel, ARD, ZDF, FAZ usw.. dem Transatlantiker Medien Luegen Verbreitungs Journalismus.
Nur sagt zu den EU und Getoese, der EU Kommissar, das man Fakten brauche und nicht das Geschwaetz im bekannten Stile.
Diese Journalisten berichten bekanntlich nicht ueber die grossen Skandale u.a.der US Botschafter und Betrug ohne Ende wie:
Johannes Hahn, the EU Regional Policy Commissioner, stated that although he is aware of allegations of media censorship in Serbia, such claims need to be supported before Brussels will react.
Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian PM, and Johannes Hahn in Brussels, February 9. | Photo by Etienne Ansotte/European Commission
Johannes Hahn, the EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement, said in Brussels on Monday that the EU could not react to claims about violations of press freedom in Serbia without seeing concrete evidence. “I have heard this several times [concerns about media freedom] and I am asking always about proof. I am willing to follow up such reproaches, but I need evidence and not only rumours,” Hahn told journalists. Asked about the recent report by Reporters Without Borders on the media situation in Serbia, Hahn said the criteria used for such assessments needed to be checked. He added that he would look into how Reporters Without Borders came to the assessment it had made. “If there is proof and evidence [of press freedom violations], I will be the first to follow it up,” Hahn stated. The new World Press Freedom Index, surveying the state of media freedom in 2014, ranked Serbia in 67th position, a fall from the 54th place it had one year ago. The report is the annual report on media freedom published by Reporters Without Borders, a France-based non-profit, non-governmental organisation that promotes and defends freedom of information and freedom of the press. In Serbia, Dragan Janjic, from the Independent Association of Journalists in Serbia, NUNS, said the report describing worrying trends in the Serbian media reflected the experiences of members of NUNS. “Our conclusions are different from those of Mr Hahns. We make our assessments on media freedom based on the insight we receive from journalists,” Janjic told BIRN. According to a survey published by another union, the Serbian Journalists Association, UNS, in December, about 40 per cent of journalists reported being occasionally subjected to censorship. The survey of 585 journalists also revealed that about 48 per cent of them believe their colleagues occasionally self-censor their work. More than 90 per cent of journalists who took part in a survey published by Germany’s Konrad Adenauer Stiftung last September said both censorship and self-censorship in the Serbian media exist. The great majority of journalists, 73 per cent, said the Serbian media do not report objectively, and 95 per cent of journalists believe that reporting is rarely critical. The EU criticised the Serbian government on January 10, when Aleksandar Vucic, the Serbian Prime Minister, said a report by BIRN on the dewatering of the Tamnava mine was the work of “liars” paid by Brussels to undermine his government.............http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/hahn-calls-for-evidence-on-media-censorship-in-serbia
Serbian reaction for the anniversary of the self Independence of Kosovo Source: Beta BELGRADE -- Serbian Government Office for Kosovo Director Marko Djuric says the clear dangers produced by "the Kosovo precedent" are now becoming evident. [image: Marko Djuric is seen in Kosovska Mitrovica earlier this month (Tanjug, file)] Marko Djuric is seen in Kosovska Mitrovica earlier this month (Tanjug, file) "As the darkness of war and the redrawing of borders once again loom over Europe, the danger of the 'Kosovo precedent' - as it was referred to by those soothing the conscience of the w... mehr »
*Was soll der US-Bürger denn eigentlich fürchten?* *Zwischen dem Krieg und den USA liegt der Atlantische Ozean. Also muß man den US-Bürgern einreden, alle Mitbürger mit deutschen Ursprüngen seien unsichere Kantonisten und deswegen befände sich die Gefahr, ja der Weltkrieg selber, ganz akut auf US-amerikanischem Boden. Präsident Wilson hatte in seiner Kriegsansprache im Kongress am 2.4.1917 noch erklärt, man werde einen Unterschied machen zwischen den Herrschern in Deutschland und dem deutschen Volk; ja, man stünde den Deutschen mit Sympathie gegenüber. Da war Wilson gut beraten. ... mehr »
Die neue griechische Regierung von Alexis Tsipras hat gegen die Deklaration der "Staats- und Regierungschefs der Union" stark protestiert, welche den "blinden Beschuss" der Stadt Mariupol den "Separatisten" aufhalst und Russland mit neuen Sanktionen bedroht .
Laut Herrn Tsipras wurde Griechenland nicht konsultiert und diese Erklärung wurde im Verstoß gegen die Verfahren der Union veröffentlicht. Laut dem EU Observer hätten Ungarn, die Slowakei und Österreich erfolglos versucht, diese Erklärung zu ändern, damit der Angriff auf Mariupol nicht den Separatisten zugeschrieben werde.
Chronologie 24. Januar 2015: Angriff auf Mariupol durch die ukrainische Armee 25. Januar: die Partei von Alexis Tsipras gewinnt die Parlamentswahlen in Griechenland 26. Januar: der Vorsitzende der Union, Donald Tusk gratuliert Herrn Tsipras zu seinem Sieg 27. Januar: die Union veröffentlicht die Erklärung der Staats- und Regierungschefs (datiert vom 26.), während die neue griechische Regierung vereidigt wird 28. Januar: die griechische Regierung prangert einen Verstoß gegen das Verfahren der Union an.
Tsipras welcomes Chinese fleet in Piraeus First entry: 19 February 2015 [image: Tsipras welcomes Chinese fleet in Piraeus] Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday welcomed China’s 18th fleet which has arrived at Piraeus to participate in an international operation against piracy, state news agency ANA-MPA reported. Tsipras was welcomed by Admiral Zhang Chuan Shu on the frigate Changbaishan 989, at Miaoulis Pier. The Greek premier and China’s ambassador to Greece, Zou Xiaoli, gave short addresses. *ANA-MPA*
Der gesamte Justiz Aufbau, ist heute ein kriminelles Enterprise, korrupter und krimineller Kreise der EU, USA und Politischer Stiftungen,welche als Sammelbecken der Dumm Pronminez der Privatisierungs Mafia nur agieren. Die EULEX und ihre korrupten Staatsanwälte, durchaus auch ein Deutsches Programm, für korrupte Justiz Kreise, wie die Deutschen Ermittler im "Hariri" Mordfall zeigen, welche alle Beweise fälschten, Zeugen kauften, Fakten erfanden und das im Stile des Gangsters Frank Walter Steinmeier, der wie die gesamten Sozis, Samariter Bund und Gewerkschafts Spinner zu blöde sind, für jede Art von Aussenpolititik. Christoph Zöbel, Ludgar Vollmer, Joschka Fischer der Taxischein Besitzer, waren schon solche Extrem Beispiele.
Das die EU und die Amerikaner zu korrupt, kriminell und dumm sind, überhaupt im Ausland eine Justiz und Polizei aufzubauen, liegt vor allem daran, das man Partei Leute, ohne Komptenz als Leiter dieser Missionen einsetzt, welche sich oft auch sehr leicht korrumpierten lassen mit Frauen, oder ähnlichen gut bekannten Erpressungs Möglichkeiten, der Internationalen Mafia. IN Bosnien hat man auch wie Dyncorps eigene Kinder Prostitution Ringe aufgebaut und betrieben, wo nur die Anzeige Erstatter aus den Internationalen Diensten entlassen wurde, wie vor kurzem ebenso bei der EULEX Mission. Netz Beschmutzer, über diese kriminellen Geschäfte, werden wie bei der OSCE entfernt, erhalten keine neuen Verträge.
Die Desaster im Kosovo von der UNMIK, bis zur EULEX Mission, wo ein 'Deutscher Pyschologe und Diplomat, zuletzt die EULEX Mission ins Desaster führte, zeigte nur die Spitze der Hirnlosen aus Berlin, denn Afghanistan, Afrika oder die Ukraine zeigt ein desaströsesn Deaster, schlimmer als die übelsten Kopie der Nghradeta Methoden in Süd Italien.
Absolut und vollkommen im Solde krimineller Banden und Firmen, Motor der Bestechung sind vor allem die US Botschafter im Balkan, wie überall die "Bechtel" Betrügereien zeigten, von Kroatien angefangen und dann über Rumänien bis man bei den Hirnlos Vasallen der Albaner Mafia in Albanien und dem Kosovo landete. Und Recep Erdogan wollte das natürlich auch noch mitmachen, wie die Geschichte zeigt auch am Flugplatz Phristan, wo er einem seiner Gangster dieses Geschäft gab.
Kosovo’s Special Prosecution Office said Tuesday that it is investigating allegations that the Constitutional Court falsified part of a closely watched ruling.
Kosovo ombudsman Sami Kurteshi. Photo by OSCE.
Kosovo’s prosecution office has requested documentation from Ombudsman Sami Kurteshi in support of his allegations against the highest judicial body in the country, raised in a complaint filed on February 26.
Kurteshi’s complaint had raised “reasonable suspicion” that a criminal offence might have taken place, Liridona Kozmaqi, spokesperson for the Special Prosecution, said.
The preliminary inquiry will determine whether the prosecutor will conduct a fully-fledged criminal investigation.
At issue is the court’s rejection in November of an earlier complaint by Kurteshi about how the three international judges were continuing to serve on the court, beyond their mandates, under a presidential decree.
A letter obtained by BIRN shows that one of the judges, Robert Carolan, from the US, told Kurteshi’s office that although he was present when the ruling was issued in November, he took no part in it, having recused himself. This casts doubt on whether the court had a quorum to issue the ruling.
Kurteshi says the President of the Court, Enver Hasani and Arta Rama-Hajrizi, the judge rapporteur on the ruling, must explain why Carolan’s decision not to participate was not noted.
“If Hasani, Judge Rama-Hajrizi, or any other judge intentionally lied in the Court’s decision, they violated public trust and must step down immediately,” Kurteshi said in a statement.
The ruling in the Ombudsman’s earlier complaint, filed in October, notes that one judge, Kadri Kryeziu, was recused from the case but did not mention any other recusals.
Requests from both the Ombudsman and BIRN to the Constitutional Court, asking whether Carolan and two other international judges were also recused, went unanswered.
The Ombudsperson is demanding an investigation. “If it turns out they [the judges] deliberately lied to the public, they must take full responsibility for their actions,” he said.
“If they deliberately lied to the public, there is no place for them on the Constitutional Court, or for that matter, in any state institution of the Republic of Kosova,” he added.
Decisions before the Constitutional Court go to a panel of three, which rules on whether a case is admissible.
Any decision rendered must then be approved by a quorum of seven out of nine judges.
As the court does not have a ninth member, and as Kryeziu must recuse himself from any decision with political overtones, after being seen last summer with a member of the ruling coalition, the participation of Judge Carolan and the other international judges is vital for a quorum.
In response to a letter from the Ombudsman, Carolan wrote on February 2 that he “was present in the Constitutional Court” when the decision was considered and decided but “did not participate in the deliberations or decision of the Court because I had previously recused myself from participating in the deliberations and decision of the court with respect to that referral.”
The law on the Constitutional Court says judges who are present must also vote, however. It also stipulates that recusals must be made public in the court’s final decision. In this case, it was not noted.
“Judge Carolan acted in accordance with the law by submitting a letter to the court president but it is not good that we don’t know whether or not the court made a decision,” Gjyljeta Mushkolaj, acting dean of the University of Pristina’s law faculty and former Constitutional Court judge, opined. “The public should be informed in these cases.”
Riza Smaka, who helped draft the constitution, said Carolan’s insistence that he was “present” was irrelevant because he did not vote.
“That Carolan attended the session or sessions of the Constitutional Court of Kosovo does not have any legal effect, especially since he refrained from voting,” he said. “They needed seven members, they had six, that means that by law this decision is invalid.”
Granit Vokshi, a lawyer and former employee of the EU law mission EULEX, and who advised it on constitutional legal matters, including on the issue of international judges, says the court could have come up with a creative legal solution to overcome such circumstances.
“Since the quorum for deciding cases before the Constitutional Court is set by the law, not by the constitution, the court should have made a principled decision, which says that only a quorum of four judges is needed in cases where the court cannot reach its quorum of seven judges, as envisaged in the law,” Vokshi said. “This would not apply only to the case in question but in all similar cases.”
The inclusion of international judges in the court is a legacy of the time when Kosovo was under international oversight under an International Civilian Representative, who oversaw the management of Kosovo from its declaration of independence in 2008 until “supervised independence” ended in September 2012.
The terms of the judges were set to expire in August 2014. However, an exchange of letters between the EU’s then foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton, and Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga envisaged new mandates for international judges, granting authority over their selection to EULEX.
The Ombudsperson challenged the President’s decree re-appointing them because according to his interpretation of the law, the exchange of letters did not override the constitutional stipulation that all appointments to the court must go through parliament.
EULEX and the European Union insisted on the reappointment of the international judges in part because they worried about the lack of a quorum during the turbulent summer months when Kosovo did not have a government.
Another key factor was the role that the judges are due to play in the special court being set up to try the revelations contained in the so-called Dick Marty report. This contained detailed allegations of crimes committed during 1999 and 2000.
Croatia's Mesic Named in Finnish Bribery TrialA Finnish court on Monday found two managers of the Finnish arms company Patria guilty of of offering a 1.6 million euro bribe to Croatian officials to expedite a sale, naming a former Croatian president as one of the recipients.
Mit der Vorgänger Bank, ist die Pro Credit Bank vor allem eine GTZ Gründung, mit KfW Geldern und früher war auch die Weltbank beteiligt, die sich schon lange zurückzog. Kriminelle und Unsoziale Personal Politik, zeigt eine erstaunliche Inkomptenz der Eigentümer, denn Motivation ist der beste Geschäfts Motor auch im Banken Sektor. Aber genau die korrupte Behandlung der Mitarbeiter, ist totale Fehl Anzeige bei der Pro Credit Bank, welche ihre besten Leute, sogar hinaus mobbt mit allen Methoden.
Banken und die Balkan Mafia, wo es 100 % gefälschte Dokumente gibt, bei Kredit Anträgen und Investoren Betrug mit vielen Phantom Projekten.
nach der Mafia Bank Hypo Alpe Adria, gehts weiter, was sowieso jeder weiss seit Jahren.
Osteuropa belastet österreichische Banken in Milliardenhöhe
10. Oktober 2011 18:13
05 Mar 15 Kosovo Case Mounts up Against Bank Sackings
Former employees of ProCredit Bank accuse the bank of using illegal methods to cull its workforce ands boost profits.
Former employees accuse Kosovo’s largest bank of resorting to illegal means to trim workforce. | Photo by Atdhe Mulla
After earning 16.1 million euro in 2013, Kosovo’s largest bank, ProCredit is only a speck in the global financial system. But it is a bright, money-making star for its German parent company, ProCredit Holding, which owns banks in 21 countries and earned only 38.9 million that year, its annual financial report says.
The modest size of the profit reflects the challenging nature of the emerging markets where most of its financial institutions operate. When ProCredit had to pull out of an entire Mexican state, Michoacan, because it was plagued by drug-related violence, it helped push the bank into a 10-million-euro loss in 2013.
ProCredit Kosovo was the second-highest earner in the group, after ProCredit Serbia. In the three preceding years, Kosovo was the top performer.
“Our banks in Balkan markets like Serbia, Bulgaria or Kosovo were again amongst the most profitable in their banking sectors, thanks to the quality of our loan portfolio, the loyalty of our clients and the efficiency of our operations,” ProCredit Holding’s 2013 report noted.
ProCredit Holding has achieved this “efficiency” in part by slashing its workforce, however. The bank is open about this in its financial reports. It cut the workforce in Kosovo by 21 per cent, or 231 employees, while total compensation and benefits dropped by around 8 per cent, just over 1 million euro, ProCredit Kosovo’s 2013 report said. The bank has not released its 2014 report but figures from the Central Bank of Kosovo indicate the bank shed another 18 per cent of its employees last year.
Claims of former employees, backed up by the labour inspectorate, paint a troubling picture of how ProCredit Kosovo cut staff numbers. They say the bank got round legal requirements concerning redundancy procedures by firing staff without due cause and by pressuring others to leave through intimidation or other forms of coercion. The bank is accused of replacing the older employees with lowered-paid young graduates from a training program.
Former employees have also lodged criminal complaints, bringing the bank under the scrutiny of prosecutors. On January 6, Imer Beka, the chief prosecutor for Pristina, ordered police to detain ProCredit’s CEO, Ilir Aliu. He was held for questioning on suspicion of illegally firing staff and abusing his position.
Florin Vertopi, Aliu's lawyer, told the prosecutor that his client had been too busy to come in.
“I told him [Vertopi] that the prosecution does not adjust to the schedule of those it investigates – it is the other way around. In the end I couldn’t get his consent to come voluntarily and had to send the police in to bring him in,” Beka said.
Prosecutors have also questioned Nora Rraci, the bank’s Senior Manager.
Neither Aliu or Rraci has yet been charged and they did not respond to BIRN’s request to answer questions.
However, Procredit spokeswoman, Albena Carkaxhiu, said the bank did not engage in any illegal activity to make staff redundant and eliminated positions on a case-by-case basis as part of a restructuring drive.
She said employees were treated fairly and legally. “The bank acts on the basis of its regulation and implements professional standards when it concerns work, employment and business ethics,” Carkaxhiu said in a written statement in January.
“It is the responsibility of our managers to represent the institutions before the legal authorities. Because our institution always cooperates with all authorities, that is what happened with rule-of-law institutions in this case, too,” Carkaxhiu added.
BIRN has interviewed more than 50 former employees, many of whom have described being faced with a choice: resign and take a small severance package, or face dire damage to their reputations. Former managers say they were put under pressure to come up with reasons to fire employees, often to do with their age or appearance.
One former staffer, Albana Morina, says the message she got from human resources in late 2012 was clear. “Sign the resignation contract today or we will ruin your reputation and never offer you a recommendation,” Morina, 32, recalled the message as containing. “It was blackmail,” she added.
She also said the experience reminded her of the 1990s, when her parents lost their jobs in Kosovo under the Serbian regime in a campaign that targeted thousands of Albanians.
Morina said she was fired after she refused to resign. ProCredit says Morina was laid off as part of the closure of a branch or department.
She is encouraging other former ProCredit workers to join a class-action lawsuit against the company, alleging that they were victims of a campaign of intimidation and illegal firings going back years.
In Kosovo, where labour abuses are common and workers seldom speak up, Morina’s campaign has almost no precedent. Pristina attorney Vahide Braha reported this week that she had filed 27 criminal reports on behalf of former ProCredit employees against the bank’s managers.
“The cases that I am representing have a lot in common: former employees of the bank were threatened that their future would be made difficult if they did not surrender to voluntary resignation,” Braha said.
Employees were typically summoned near the end of the working day and handed a resignation agreement, Braha said. Threats were made in person.
An unlikely whistleblower
The case against the CEO of ProCredit, Ilir Aliu, and other senior managers began with a complaint filed in October 2012 by Diturie Hoxha, the former head of training at the bank.
Hoxha was an unlikely whistleblower. Before joining ProCredit in January 2012 she ran the Kosovo Bankers Association for seven years. “I felt banks were contributing to the development of the local economy by helping overcome the obstacles that our businesses face,” Hoxha said.
But Hoxha felt troubled about what she was being asked to do at ProCredit, where she worked as Head of Training for seven months before being fired.
Hoxha says she was enlisted in a drive to push out experienced, higher-paid employees in order to make room for younger ones. “Staff in senior positions were demoted to such levels that they would have no choice but to resign,” Hoxha said.
Employees also were subjected to maths tests, and the results of the tests used as a pretext to fire them, Hoxha said.
As experienced employees left the bank, or were fired, ProCredit brought in young employees through its Young Bankers Program, according to Hoxha.
ProCredit presents the programme as “a comprehensive development training opportunity for qualified professionals and recent graduates from universities or other higher education institutions” and as “the point of entry into ProCredit Bank.
Italian authorities are increasingly concerned by the number of radicalized Muslims emigrants from the Balkans joining the ranks of the Islamist militants.
Propaganda graphic posted on Twitter of ISIS conquering the Colosseum
In a video released on February 15, after the murder of 21 Egyptian Christians in Lybia, a masked militant from the Islamic State of Syria and al-Sham, ISIS, points toward the Italian shore and warns: “We will conquer Rome by the will of Allah.” Bloodcurdling ISIS threats to the West are nothing new. But, documents from the Italian security agencies, seen by BIRN, show Rome is increasingly worried by the threat of terrorists coming from the Balkans as well as from North Africa and the Middle East. According to one document seen by BIRN, the Italian Interior Ministry has identified five radical cells from the Balkans operating in Italy and recruiting jihadist fighters for the Islamic State. The cells are located in Milan, Rome, Liguria, Lucca and Siena, infiltrated into communities of Muslim emigrants from Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia So far, eight of the 59 people that Italian security agencies have identified as joining radical Islamic groups fighting in Syria and Iraq come from the Balkans. Four have already died in the Syrian war. Because of its geographical proximity, Italian authorities are worried that ties between radical preachers coming from the Balkans and local Muslim communities could turn the country into a centre of radical Islamist activity. Since the civil war started in Syria, several hundred Muslims from the Balkans have joined militant organizations like the al-Nusra front and ISIS. The International Center for the Study of Radicalization, ICSR, a think tank based in King's College, London, believes the number of fighters from the Balkans that have joined jihadist groups in Syria totals 632. Last week, two imams and seven of their supporters went on trial in Albania a year after their arrest, accused of recruiting dozens of fighters for ISIS and the al-Nusra front. The indictment says imams Bujar Hysa and Abdurrahim Balla facilitated the recruitment of 70 fighters from Albania between 2012 and 2014 through their mosques on the outskirts of Tirana. Since the start of the conflict, 10 Albanians have lost their lives fighting in Syria, while 30 others have already returned home and are under the constant observation of law-enforcement agencies. In September 2014, meanwhile, the authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina arrested a radical imam named Bilal Bosnic under an operation codenamed “Damask.” BIRN has learned that agents from Italian anti-terror units in the cities of Bergamo and Cremona, which have large immigrant populations from the Balkans, took part in the operation. Bosnic held inflammatory preaching tours in Italy in 2011. In an interview with the Italian daily newspaper, Corriere Della Sera, in August 2014 Bosnic declared that jihadist recruits had their eye on Italy. “Italy is a very important country for us because we believe the whole world will become one Islamic State,” he said. “Even the Vatican will be Muslim,” Bosnic added. Bosnic is not the only radical imam from the Balkans to have preached to Muslim immigrants in Italy. Shefqet Krasniqi, imam of the Grand Mosque in Pristina, is another. Kosovo authorities arrested Krasniqi last September on suspicion of “incitement to hatred and religious, racial, ethnic intolerance”. Before his detention, Krasniqi in December 2013 held a meeting with the faithful at the El Hilal mosque in the Italian town of Grosseto, in Tuscany, and a video of his sermon in the mosque can be found in YouTube....
Growing up, I gained some political knowledge of CIA atrocities from actually reading the articles my dad's Playboy mags, but I did not really beginto become politically knowledgeable or sufficiently suspicious until the evening of Sept. 11, 2001, when I read that Afghan women had been fighting for secular democracy, pleading for Western help, and warning the US about the psychotic Mujahideen for 20 years.
I took Clinton at face value on Kosovo. I was uncurious about the history. I never really questioned what Clinton said, but I casually wondered how American foreign policy had suddenly switched gears from forming Latin American death squads under Reagan-Bush ... to humanitarian bombing in Europe.
(Various stories abound that the Islamic Chechen rebels-- many Chenhens want an end to Russian domination, but don't like the fanatic and fascistic Al-Qaida types -- are still getting covert support by Al-CIA-da.) I was gullible. I was sorelieved, thinking that we finally got the CIA (Bush) out of the White House, believing we were done funding death squads, we had removed the Iran-Contra conspirators(where the President and VP lied, nobody was convicted of serious crimes like treason for treachery of defying the Boland Amendment, everyone was aquitted on minor legal technicalities, or pardoned, and the criminals who sold weapons to Iran astonishingly claimed to be bold patriots), ... and so that I thoughtClinton was a welcome relief, a breath of fresh air.
these are probably THE most important geopolitical articles on the whole topic:
The mid-October revelations that an Osama bin Laden terrorist training camp is operating in the U.S.-controlled zone of Kosovo, are only the tip of the iceberg. Now, in a sort of ``Operation Truth,'' Macedonian and other sources have begun to reveal publicly what until now had been known to only a relatively small group of people, about the narco-terrorist connections between the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and the Taliban, and between these two groups and high-level U.S. and British intelligence agencies. Operation Truth is now affecting the strategic domain, provoking a reevaluation of the conventional way of viewing ``international terrorism.''The path leads to those strategists who have used terrorism as a weapon of irregular warfare.
····The story of bin Laden's right-hand man, Ayman ``The Doctor'' Zawahiri, and the Balkan activities of the latter's brother, have shocked a large number of people. How is it possible that such a high-level official of the bin Laden gang is able to run a training camp for the KLA near the Kosovo village of Ropotovo, in the middle of an area controlled by the United States? How is it possible that Zawahiri's brother, as reliable sources report, was (and still reportedly is) in charge of KLA operations in the KLA-occupied area of neighboring Macedonia? How is it possible that the Zawahiri-led gang of international mercenaries could move, without any hindrance, from NATO-controlled Kosovo into Macedonia?
NOTE: NO REPUBLICAN has mentioned this in public. Republicans doing "Path to 9-11" hit piece on Clinton did not mention this. Only Clinton's alleged incompetence and timidity.
One week into the bombing campaign, there is widespread discussion of options for further actions. One option includes forging a closer relationship between the United States and a controversial group, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a group which has been cited in unofficial reports for alleged ties to drug cartels and Islamic terrorist organizations.
The Kosovo Liberation Army "began on the radical fringe of Kosovar Albanian politics, originally made up of diehard Marxist-Leninists (who were bankrolled in the old days by the Stalinist dictatorship next door in Albania) as well as by descendants of the fascist militias raised by the Italians in World War II"
Among the most troubling aspects of the Clinton Administration's effective alliance with the KLA are numerous reports from reputable unofficial sources -- including the highly respected Jane's publications -- that the KLA is closely involved with:
* The extensive Albanian crime network that extends throughout Europe and into North America, including allegations that a major portion of the KLA finances are derived from that network, mainly proceeds from drug trafficking; and
* Terrorist organizations motivated by the ideology of radical Islam, including assets of Iran and of the notorious Osama bin-Ladin -- who has vowed a global terrorist war against Americans and American interests. (i can't remember where i copied this from, sorry)
According to"The Washington Times,""The Canberra Times," (Australia) "The Charleston Gazette," and numerous other publications, Osama Bin Laden and co. were directly involved in pro-American "terrorist" organizations in Bosnia, Kosovo, (KLA) and Macedonia -right up until the summer of 2001.
"But, one may protest, "this doesn't make sense. Why would the U.S. military support anti-American movements?"
The critical geo-political component to recognize here is this: de-stabilization.
Clinton-Approved Iranian Arms Transfers Help Turn Bosnia into Militant Islamic Base
TWRA is believed to be connected with such fixtures of the Islamic terror network as Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman (the convicted mastermind behind the 1993 World Trade Center bombing) and Osama Binladen, a wealthy Saudi emigre believed to bankroll numerous militant groups.
Of course I disagree with the conclusion, which says that Carter should have gone to war to kill off the evil Sandinistas.
But the central point of Clinton's "gross error" was collabortation with Al-Qaeda forces, and massive aid to Islamic Fundamentalists.....
Rechtzeitig zu den bevorstehenden Verhandlungen, die in Berlin wegen dem Ukraine-Konflikt stattfinden sollen, hat der Weltverbrecher ein deutliches Zeichen gesetzt, in dem er Soldaten in das Kriegsgebiet geschickt hat. Russland wird es nicht dulden, dass die Gringo-Söldner auf die Menschen in der Ostukraine schießen werden. Die nächste Stufe zur weiteren Eskalation der Lage dürfte damit von den USA eingeläutet worden sein. Es ist höchste Zeit, jeden sich in Europa aufhaltenden Yankee zur "*persona non grata*" zu erklären. Es ist Zeit zu handeln.
Ein Foto, das für sich spricht. Es benötigt gewiss keiner parlamentarischen Gesäßgeographie, sondern ein klein wenig gesunden Menschenverstand, um die hochgepriesene "*bunte Vielfalt*" Bremens abzulehnen. Denn zu dieser gehören nun einmal Bildungsschwäche, Arbeitslosigkeit, Verrohung, Verwahrlosung, erhöhte Kriminalität, Lohndrückerei, Libanesen-Clan-Terror und so weiter und so fort. Wer sich zur realexistierenden "*bunten Vielfalt*" bekennt, kann nicht alle Latten am Zaun und schon gar nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben. Es ist höchste Zeit, die Besatzungspolitik in Deutschland zu ... mehr »
Irgendwo kann die NATO nicht mehr tiefer sinken, mit ihren vielen Verbrechen, Massenmorden und dann auch noch als Terroristen Financier. Geldwäsche, Betrug, Drogen und Waffen schmuggel für die Rüstungs Industrie als Geschäfts Modell.
Podgorica, March 6, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Adnan Prekic After an encouraging message from the summit in Cardiff, the Montenegrin public is expecting an invitation for membership in NATO by the end of the year. The obligations that Montenegro got in Wales shall be fulfilled, so there are indications that the invitation for […]
James Petras war Direktor des Zentrums für Mediterrane Studien in Athen (1981-1984) und Berater für Ministerpräsident Andreas Papandreou (1981-1984). Er analysiert hier die Krise Griechenlands und ihre Auswirkungen innerhalb der Europäischen Union.
Die griechische Regierung steckt gegenwärtig in einem Kampf auf Leben und Tod mit den Eliten, die die Banken und politischen Entscheidungszentren der Europäischen Union beherrschen. Auf dem Spiel steht der Lebensunterhalt von elf Millionen griechischen Arbeitern, Angestellten und Kleinunternehmern und die Lebensfähigkeit der Europäischen Union. Wenn die SYRIZA-Regierung vor den Forderungen der EU-Banker kapituliert und sich einverstanden erklärt, das Sparprogramm fortzusetzen, dann wird Griechenland für Jahrzehnte zu Regression, Armut und Kolonialherrschaft verdammt sein. Wenn Griechenland den Widerstand beschließt und aus der EU austreten muss, wird es gezwungen sein, seine 270 Milliarden Euro Auslandsschulden zurückzuweisen. Das wird die internationalen Finanzmärkte zum Absturz bringen und den Zusammenbruch der EU verursachen.
Die Leitung der EU rechnet darauf, dass die SYRIZA-Führer ihre Verpflichtung gegenüber den griechischen Wählern aufgeben, die sich Anfang Februar 2015 mit überwältigender Mehrheit (über 70 Prozent) für die Beendigung der Sparpolitik und der Schuldenzahlungen und für den Weg zu staatlichen Investitionen in die Volkswirtschaft und die soziale Entwicklung ausgesprochen haben . Die Möglichkeiten sind krass, die Folgen haben welthistorische Bedeutung. Die strittigen Fragen führen weit über lokale und regionale, zeitlich beschränkte Auswirkungen hinaus. Das gesamte globale Finanzsystem wird betroffen sein . Die Zahlungseinstellung wird zu allen Schuldnern und Gläubigern weit über Europa hinaus durchsickern; das Vertrauen der Investoren in das gesamte westliche Finanzsystem wird erschüttert werden. Erstens und vor allem haben alle westlichen Banken Verknüpfungen mit den griechischen Banken . Wenn die letzteren zusammenbrechen, wird das tiefe Auswirkungen auf sie haben, die über das, was ihre Regierungen abfangen können, weit hinausgehen. Massive staatliche Interventionen werden an der Tagesordnung sein. Die griechische Regierung wird keine andere Wahl haben, als das ganze Finanzsystem zu übernehmen … . Der Dominoeffekt wird zuerst und vor allem Südeuropa betreffen und sich von dort in die „vorherrschenden Regionen“ im Norden und dann nach England und Nordamerika ausbreiten . Um den Ursprung dieser Krise und die Alternativen, die sich Griechenland und der EU bieten, zu verstehen, ist es notwendig, einen kurzen Überblick über die politische und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung der drei letzten Jahrzehnte zu geben. Wir werden zuerst die Beziehungen zwischen Griechenland und der EU von 1980 bis 2000 untersuchen und dann den gegenwärtigen Zusammenbruch und den Eingriff der EU in die griechische Wirtschaft beleuchten. Im letzten Abschnitt werden wir den Aufstieg und die Wahl von SYRIZA diskutieren und ihre wachsende Unterwürfigkeit im Zusammenhang mit der Dominanz und Unnachgiebigkeit der EU; den Schwerpunkt setzen wir auf das Erfordernis eines radikalen Bruchs mit dem Beziehungsmuster der Vergangenheit von „Herren und Knechten“.
Die Vorgeschichte: Der Aufbau des europäischen Imperiums
1980 wurde Griechenland als Vasallenstaat des emporkommenden franco-germanischen Imperiums zur Europäischen Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft (EWG) zugelassen. Mit der Wahl von Andreas Papandreou, dem Führer der Allgriechischen Sozialistischen Bewegung (PASOK), mit einer absoluten Mehrheit im Parlament wuchs die Hoffnung auf radikale Änderungen in der Innen- und der Außenpolitik.  Papandreou hatte in der Wahlkampagne insbesondere den Bruch mit der NATO und der EWG, den Widerruf des Vertrags über eine US-Militärbasis und eine Gesellschaft versprochen, die auf „gesellschaftlichem Eigentum“ an den Produktionsmitteln begründet ist. Nachdem er gewählt war, versicherte Papandreou der EWG und Washington sofort, dass seine Regierung in der NATO und der EWG bleiben werde, und erneuerte den Vertrag über den US-Militärstützpunkt. Von der Regierung in den frühen 1980er Jahren in Auftag gegebene Studien, die mittel- und langfristig negative Ergebnisse für den Verbleib Griechenlands in der EWG dokumentierten, insbesondere den Verlust der Kontrolle über Handel, Haushalt und Märkte, wurden von Papandreou ignoriert. Er entschied sich dafür, die politische Unabhängigkeit und die wirtschaftliche Autonomie zugunsten großer Geldtransfers, Darlehen und Kredit seitens der EWG zu opfern. Papandreou sprach vom Balkon zu den Massen über Unabhängigkeit und soziale Gerechtigkeit, während er die Verbindungen zu den europäischen Bankern und den griechischen Schifffahrts- und Bankoligarchen beibehielt. Die europäische Elite und die griechischen Oligarchen in Athen behielten den Würgegriff auf die Kommandohöhen der griechischen Politik- und Wirtschaftssystems. Papandreou erhielt die klientelistischen politischen Verfahrensweisen aufrecht, die von dem vorherigen rechtsextremen Regime eingesetzt worden waren – er ersetzte bloß die rechtsradikalen Funktionäre durch PASOK-Parteigetreue. Die EWG schob Papandreous falsche radikale Rhetorik beiseite und konzentrierte sich auf die Tatsache, dass sie sich die Kontrolle und Unterwürfigkeit des griechischen Staates erkaufte durch Finanzierung eines korrupten, klientelistischen Regimes, das Gelder für Entwicklungsprojekte, die die ökonomische Wettbewerbsfähigkeit Griechenlands steigern sollten, umleitete in den Aufbau eines Patronage-Apparat, der auf Konsumwachstum basierte. Letztlich wusste die EWG, dass ihr finanzieller Würgegriff auf die Wirtschaft es ihr ermöglichen würde, Griechenlands Politik zu diktieren und das Land in den Grenzen des emporkommenden europäischen Imperiums zu halten. Trotz Papandreous demagogischer „Dritte-Welt“-Rhetorik war Griechenland tief in die EWG und die NATO eingebettet. Zwischen 1981 und 1985 legte Panpandreou seine sozialistische Rhetorik ab zugunsten zunehmender Sozialausgaben für Wohlfahrtsreformen, Lohn- und Pensionserhöhungen und Krankenversicherung, wobei er bankrotte Wirtschaftsbetriebe refinanzierte, die durch kleptokratische Kapitalisten zugrunde gerichtet worden waren. Im Ergebnis stieg der Lebensstandard, während Griechenlands Wirtschaftsstruktur weiterhin der eines Vasallenstaat glich und stark abhängig war von EWG-Geldern, europäischen Touristen und einer Rentenökonomie, die auf Immobilien, Finanzwesen und Tourismus basierte. Papandreou verfestigte Griechenlands Rolle als Vasallen-Außenposten der NATO, als Militärstutzpunkt für militärische US-Interventionen im Nahen Osten und östlichen Mittelmeer und als Markt für in Deutschland und Nordeuropa hergestellte Waren. Von Oktober 1981 bis Juli 1989 nahm der Konsum in Griechenland zu, während die Produktion stagnierte; Papandreou gewann die Wahlen in 1985, indem er EWG-Gelder einsetzte. Während die griechische Verschuldung an Europa begann … züchtigten die EWG-Führer die Fehlleitung von Geldern durch Papandreous große Armee von Kleptokraten nicht allzu laut. Brüssel erkannte, dass Papandreou und PASOK die effektivsten Kräfte waren, um der radikalen griechischen Wählerschaft den Mund zu stopfen und Griechenland unter EWG-Vormundschaft und als loyalen Vasallen der NATO zu erhalten.
Lektion für SYRIZA: PASOKs kurzfristige Reformen und strategische Abhängigkeit
Ob an der Macht oder nicht – PASOK folgte den Fußstapfen ihres rechtsextremen Gegners („Neue Demokratie“) und nahm die Zwangsjacke von NATO-EWG an. Griechenland unterhielt fortwährend die höchsten Militärausgaben pro Kopf von allen europäischen NATO-Mitgliedern. Dafür erhielt es Darlehen und Kredite, um kurzfristige soziale Reformen und langfristige Korruption in großem Stil zu finanzieren, indem es den politischen Parteistaatsapparat erweiterte. Beim Aufstieg des offen neoliberalen Ministerpräsidenten Costas Simitis im Jahr 2002 manipulierte das PASOK-Regime die Bücher, fabrizierte mit Hilfe von Wall Street Investment-Banken Regierungsdaten für ihr Haushaltsdefizit und wurde Mitglied der Europäischen Währungsunion. Durch Annahme des Euro vertiefte Simitis weiterhin die finanzielle Unterordnung unter die nicht gewählten, vom deutschen Finanzministerium und den Banken beherrschten europäischen Beamten in Brüssel. Die Oligarchen in Griechenland machten an der Spitze Platz für eine neue Brut von kleptokratischer PASOK-Elite, die Millionen von den Militäreinkäufen absahnte, Bankbetrügereien beging und in massive Steuerflucht verwickelt war. Die Brüsseler Elite gestattete der griechischen Mittelklasse das Leben in der Illusion, „wohlhabende Europäer“ zu sein, da sie durch die Darlehen und angehäuften Schulden entscheidende Hebelwirkung behielt. Bankbetrug in großem Stil, in dem es um dreihundert Millionen Euro ging, reichte sogar bis in Ex-Ministerpräsident Papandreous Büro. Die Kundenbeziehungen innerhalb Griechenlands entsprachen den Kundenbeziehungen zwischen Brüssel und Athen......
Papandreou takes legal action against HSBC list tipster First entry: 7 March 2015 [image: Papandreou takes legal action against HSBC list tipster] Former Prime Minister George Papandreou filed a suit at the Athens Court of First Instance on Friday against *Herve Falciani*, the former HSBC employee who leaked the details of thousands of depositors to authorities, including the Greeks included on the so-called *Lagarde lis*t. In his recent book Falciani claims that Papandreou was blackmailed into signing Greece’s bailout so details of a 500-billion-euro account allegedly held by his moth... mehr »
Greek FM Kotzias: If Greece collapses, Europe will be flooded with migrants, jihadists First entry: 7 March 2015 [image: Greek FM Kotzias: If Greece collapses, Europe will be flooded with migrants, jihadists] Greek foreign minister Nikos Kotzias warned that a financial collapse in Greece will bring millions of new migrants and thousands of jihadists in Europe. Kotzias was speaking with reporters during a bereak in an informal EU foreign ministers' council in Riga, Latvia. "Western Balkans are not stabilized, and then we have Ukraine, Syria, Iraq and northern Africa. This is a sickle,... mehr »
Greece has launched a second Type 214 submarine, S122 Matrozos! The boat began Sea Acceptance Tests (SAT) some days ago. In mid-February 2015 raised the Greek flag on fast attack craft FAC RITSOS P71 in Elefsis Shipyards, while expected to follow the sea trials after solving some typical issues. In meanwhile the other 2 remaining FAC boats of same class continue construction and they are in a signification progress(info taken from magazine "EA&T" March issue). http://www.hellenicdefence.gr/eidiseis/e2015/150304f.html
Naser Kelmendi ist eine Langzeit Legende des Verbrechens, was nur noch getopt wird durch Fahrudin Radonci wurde, als Partner der Westlichen Werte Gemeinschaft und als Innenminister. Das Gangster hohe Minister Posten im Balkan erhalten, ist ein Standard, EU und US gewollt, denn man will ja Geschäfte machen.
Heute gilt Radončić als reichster Mann seines Landes und wird auch „Bosniens Donald Trump“ genannt.
Irgendwo kann die NATO nicht mehr tiefer sinken, mit ihren vielen Verbrechen, Massenmorden und dann auch noch als Terroristen Financier. Geldwäsche, Betrug, Drogen und Waffen schmuggel für die Rüstungs Industrie als Geschäfts Modell. French question mark on the Montenegro’s NATO membership[image: djukanovic oland] By Adnan Prekic 2 hours ago Podgorica, March 6, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Adnan Prekic After an encouraging message from the summit in Cardiff, the Montenegrin public is expecting an invitation for membership in NATO by the end of the year. The obligations t... mehr »
bis jetzt funktionieren keine wichtigen Zoll und Wirtschafts Abkommen zwischen den beiden Ländern. Das sich das ändern wird, ist ebenso nicht in Sicht, aber viele Abkommen werden abgeschlossen, als eine Art Aktionismus.
ONE STEP TO THE GREATER ALBANIA Albania’s Prime Minister Edi Rama announced plans to form a customs union with Kosovo. A deal was reached during a recent visit to Albania by Kosovo’s Prime Minister Isa Mustafa. “We consider that we have great possibilities for cooperation in energy and infrastructure, fields in which we will join also with others states in the region,” Mustafa told reporters. In turn, Rama said: “We intend that documents recognised on one side of the border will be recognised automatically also on the other side, and that entrepreneurs will not lose mor... mehr »
Published: Mar 13, 2015BELGRADE – Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on Friday Serbia faced a difficult fight in trying to prevent Kosovo from becoming a member of the Council of Europe and UNESCO. [image: Ivica Dacic - Photo: mfa.gov.rs] Ivica Dacic – Photo: mfa.gov.rs He also stated that Albanian, and sometimes US, officials asked at each OSCE meeting when Kosovo would take part in those. As for Kosovo’s membership in the OSCE, it is impossible because such an issue is decided through consensus, he said at a meeting of the Serbian parliament foreign affairs committee as he s... mehr »
Schöne Pleite der Ober Lobbyisten und Hirnloser Firmen Vorstände, wenn man hohe Millionen Summen seit Jahren an Bestechungs Geld ausgabUnd Mark Rich, der Gangster des Georg Soros, des Bill Clinton durfte auch in Rumänien mitmachen und muss für Betrug nun hohe Entschädigungen zahlen an die OMV: *
Nach Exxon Mobil und Total hat nun auch der US-amerikanische Energieriese hinsichtlich seiner Schiefergas-Explorationsprojekte in Osteuropa das Handtuch geworfen. Umweltverbände werten dies als großen Erfolg ihrer anhaltenden Proteste gegen die umstrittene Fracking-Technologie.
Fracking-Explorationsfelder - Quelle: Simon Fraser University
By Jennifer Smith May 7, 2014 6:20 p.m. ET 12 may 2014 - Patton Boggs LLP has agreed to pay Chevron Corp. $15 million to settle a bitter feud over the law firm's role in a disputed $9.5 billion environmental verdict against the oil giant. The proposed settlement is a significant reversal for the Washington, D.C., firm, a well-known lobbying powerhouse whose revenue has slid in recent years....
A UK Court decided on Friday that commodities trader Glencore should pay over USD 40 million to Romanian oil and gas company OMV Petrom. The court made this ruling in a case in which the Romanian group accused Glencore of fraudulently shipping lower quality oil to Romania in the 1990s, according to Bloomberg. Glencore, which was at that time called Marc Rich & Co., made 32 shipments of oil to Romanian state companies from 1993 to 1996. The oil it delivered was of a lower grade than agreed in the contract, and the trader gained some USD 40.1 million from this. The London court that ruled in this case also found that Glencore employees falsified documents to cover up the fraud. Glencore said it would appeal the tribunal’s ruling. The Romanian state firms that bought the oil from Glencore in the 90s don’t exist anymore. They were absorbed by oil and gas group Petrom, which the state sold to Austrian group OMV in 2004. This made OMV Petrom the beneficiary of the compensation. OMV Petrom filed the UK suit against Glencore in 2008 after two failed arbitrations. Glencore is one of the largest commodities traders in the world. The company based in Baar, Switzerland, has a market capitalization of over EUR 50 billion. OMV Petrom is the largest group in Romania. Its shares are trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange with the ticker SNP. Petrom’s market capitalization is EUR 6.25 billion.
The Serbian police arrested 8 people on Wednesday, suspected of committing a war crime against civilians in the area of Srebrenica,...» According to the agency, "the biggest arrest in the sweep was Nedeljko Milidragovic, the commander dubbed 'Nedjo the Butcher', who went on to become a successful businessman in Serbia."
Judges have entered the fourth week of a strike over pay in Kosovo, which is bringing the judicial system grinding to a halt.
The judges of Basic Courts in Kosovo have been on strike for three weeks now, with no sign that the government intends to meet their request for a pay hike. “The funds to meet the demands of the judges have been set aside, so the deadlock is incomprehensible,” Hamdi Ibrahimi, president of the Basic Court of Pristina, said. When former Prime Minister Hashim Thaci’s government last year adopted a budget, it promised judges a 25-per-cent increase in their salaries. They were also promised a “risk compensation flat sum,” a 200-euro addition to their salaries designed as a motivation for judges, who face a lot of risks in their line of work in Kosovo. Ibrahimi noted that the the request of the judges for a rise of around 25 per cent was agreed last year when the budget was passed. This 25-per-cent figure was promised to all civil servants. However, the new government under Prime Minister Isa Mustafa has decided not to implement this part of the budget, on the grounds that it was unaffordable. A separate agreement since drawn up between the Ministry of Justice and the Judicial Council does foresaw an increase of 200 euro in the salaries of judges and prosecutors, however. But only prosecutors have recieved the extra money. “We know the economic situation in Kosovo. So we don’t expect the salary increase, just the risk compensation. We know funds have been set aside for this goal but we aren’t getting the money,” Ibrahimi said. Judges have been on strike since March 3rd, and plan to continue until their requests are met. Arianit Koci, a lawyer, says the strike is creating deadlock in the courts. “The judicial system in Kosovo is overburdened. Every judge has had a large number of cases. This strike is bringing the judiciary close to collapse,” Koci added. Around 1,000 cases have been postponed, he noted. “All my clients have seen damages. Cases are being prolonged. The requests of the judges are legitimate but I’m not sure that this is the right way to do it," he observed. All the cases dealt with by Basic Courts have been put on hold, except for those in which the defendants are in pretrial detention and cases of family violence. Even cases that include mixed panels of local and international judges have been postponed, which means that many cases involving judges and prosecutors from the EU rule of law mission, EULEX, have been postponed indefinitely.
The crime of the year of the "international community" was the recent departure of all the Western diplomats from Sanaa in Yemen. The official argument was safety. But Sanaa was at that moment still quite safe, so everybody could understand that in reality it was a public rejection of the Houthi's and the announcement that the West would take steps to undermine their government. Once again the West had subscribed to the agenda of the hatred of the Saudi regime. And indeed we saw soon an increase of Al Qaeda attacks. Former president Hadi escaped mysteriously from Sanaa and - after ... mehr »
Die kompletten Bürgerlichen Gesellschaften, jede Regierung, Adminstration wurden durch diese Verbrecher Banden korrumpiert und heute liest der Verbrecher auch noch Vorlesungen bei korrupten Universitäts Klientel.
Weitere Artikel hier sind zu finden, denn der Super Gangster Bodo Hombach im Balkan mit absolut Allen Gangster in jedem Land, ist eine Legende und vor 10 Jahren auch schon gut bekannt gewesen. Alle Länder sind von dieser kriminellen Energie und gut versorgt in Deutschland betroffen.#
Bodo Hombach, der wohl grössten Deutsche Berufs Gangster der je im Balkan war, war schon vor seiner Tätigkeit im Balkan mit Betrugs Geschäfte in der Preussag, in NRW, usw.. schwer belastet. Im Balkan durfte er als Verwalter von Milliarden einer angeblichen Aufbau Hilfe sich austoben und zog die Ratten der dümmsten Verbrecher regelrecht an. Moralisch, fachlich auch als Manager der WAZ eine totale Pleite, wo längst die WAZ alle Beteiligungen verkaufen musste, ebenso die WAZ selbst in Folge.
Bis heute wird die Ratte, von Deutschen Steuergeldern unterhalten, gesponsert! Es gibt seit Jahren etliche andere Artikel des Profi Gangsters: Bodo Hombach hier.
In Albanien hört man wenig über die Aktivitäten. Er hatte dort 75 % des Vision Plus Senders der Dulaku Brüder erworben, welche später für ein Trinkgeld an die Dulaku Brüder verkauft wurden vor 2-3 Jahren. Eng mit dem Visa Skandal verbunden, den kriminellen Umtrieben des Kinderhauses der Doris -Schröder Köpp, einem teuren Luft Ballon Projekt mit der Albaner Mafia, wo die Polizei sogar Kinderhandel mit der Top Drogen Mafia des Sokol Kociu vermutete (8 Tonnen Kokain) eng mit den Gangstern dort auch verbunden, wie andere Hirnlos Gestalten der Joschka Fischer Mafia mit Rezzo Schlauch und Ludgar Vollmer.
Brother of Drug Lord Šarić Charged With Money Laundering Duško Šarić, brother of the Montenegrin drug lord Darko Šarić, and two others were accused Friday by Bosnian police of laundering drug money through two offshore companies. The police of the Republika Srpska (RS) amended their report on Duško Šarić, Marko Dabović and Duško Kerkez, with evidence that the defendants laundered Šarić’s drug money through two Delaware, USA companies: Lafino Trade and Digivision LLC. The RS Police submitted their findings to the Special Prosecutors Office in Banja Luka who will decide if charges are filed. The defendants are suspected of operating as an organized crime group under the leadership of Darko Šarić, the Serbian businessman sought by police for trafficking cocaine between South America and Eastern Europe. In May 2008, police allege the defendants signed a fictitious contract for consulting services between Lafino Trade LLC Delaware, owned by Duško Šarić, and Digivision LLC registered to Marko Dabović. The contract was paid through the Bobar Bank in Banja Luka and allowed them to launder around US$3 million in drug proceeds for Šarić, police say. Dabović, who Serbian police say is a member of Šarić’s organized crime group, was arrested in April 2011 on suspicion that he participated in smuggling 990 kilograms of cocaine in Brazil in 2009. He is also charged with possesion of forged identification cards since he traveled to South America with a false UK passport under the name of Peter Arnold Marsh. Lafino - Trade LLC OCCRP reporters looked at Lafino Trade LLC when they investigated Darko Šarić’s dealings with the German media concern WAZ. Šarić sold the leading Serbian cigarette and news distribution company, Štampa system doo, to WAZ for €29 million and the money was paid to the account of Lafino Trade LLC in an Austrian bank. Duško Šarić, who is currently on trial in Montenegro for money laundering and drug trafficking, testified last year that he is an unwitting owner of Lafino Trade LLC. "My brother, Darko, asked me for a passport for a few days and later I was told that €29 million was paid to an account (of Lafino - Trade LLC) in Austria from the sale of a company Štampa from Belgrade… That's what I know about the company." Lafino Trade LLC also showed up in an OCCRP investigation into Zoran Ćopić, a Serbian businessman who was indicted by the Court of Banja Luka in September 2011 for laundering Darko Šarić’s drug money. Ćopić and two others were charged with using Šarić’s money to purchase a sugar factory in Bijeljina, a town in northeast Bosnia. In December 2008, US$2.6 million was transferred from Lafino Trade LLC to the account of Agrocoop, a company owned by Ćopić. In May 2009, another US$1.3 million were transferred to Agrocoop, this time from Darko Šarić’s offshore company Matenico LLC. https://occrp.org/occrp/investigations/1350-brother-of-drug-lord-ari-charged-with-money-laundering?lang=en-GB
After a year, Šarić sold his ownership in Štampa to WAZ, which had previously held partial ownership in Futura Plus, a competing distribution network in Serbia. Peter Lange, a WAZ manager responsible for logistics, explained in a phone interview with OCCRP that “the main reason we left Futura Plus was that accusations were raised against our local partner, Stanko Subotić, who was recommended to us by the Serbian government. Investigations were initiated against him by the public prosecutor. When this happened we immediately ended all contacts to him.” Lange added, “Another reason was that Futura Plus was in a very bad economic situation and there was not really a basis to improve it in a short time period. Theoretically the basis of Štampa is much better, because it is concentrated in the area of Belgrade and in the area of Vojvodina, particularly Novi Sad. We thought that we would have the chance to develop the company in order to earn benefit after a couple of years.''
Lange negotiated with Andrija Krlović, Šarić’s lawyer, on the sale of Štampa and became a company director in August, 2008. ''It was a period of transition,” Lange said. “Mr. Krlović, the legal representative of the Bonake shareholders, was my partner in the whole negotiation. I also met Neboša Jestrović, the first day when we arrived in Štampa. Krlovic told me that he is somebody who sees that everything is OK with the company, but as I remember, he really hadn’t an official function. So, two weeks later I said to Krlović that I don’t need him and that he must go. Then, Jestrović disappeared and after this he moved to be director of the distribution network Futura plus.''
Lange says that the first time he heard the name Šarić was at the conclusion of the takeover talks. Meanwhile Krlović, in August of 2010, was indicted by prosecutors of laundering money for Šarić on another deal involving a privatized agricultural company. ''At the end of negotiations, Mr. Krlović told me that he represents the interests of one man, Darko Šarić, who is one of the owners, and that he has to sign the contract. He was at that time not known as a controversial person, so there was no reason for us to doubt or to ask other questions. We had no contact with him… no phone calls, no meetings, nothing.'' After he sold Štampa, Šarić started buying privatized companies and hotels in Serbia, through an offshore company, Mateniko LLC, which is registered in the U.S. state of Delaware. Company records kept in the Serbian business register show that, as he did with the Bokan family, Šarić bought property from influential people who had financial or legal problems. The list included Antun Stanaj, arrested in 2007 and now on trial for cigarette smuggling; Mile Jerković, convicted of cigarette smuggling, and Subotić. Šarić sent a letter to the special state prosecutor in Belgrade at the end of June in which he cited the business deal with WAZ as proof he earned his money legally. ''Just from one job between my company and one famous German company,” he wrote, “ I got €30 million on my account.''Šarić said his property was registered and legal, but that everything had been stolen by the state. He wrote nothing about where the money he used to buy Štampa from Bokan’s daughters had come from. Representatives of WAZ said they could not confirm the €30 million sales figure because it is against company policy. Šarić’s interest in media companies
Štampa is not the only media-related company in which Darko Šarić or his close associates invested, according to records in the Serbian and Montenegrin business register agencies. Nebojša Jestrović, named by police as Šarić’s financier and money launderer, in buying privatized companies in Serbia, was named head of the board of directors in a competitive news distribution company, Futura Plus, in March 2009. The company is owned by Stanko Subotić, a fugitive who is wanted for tax evasion and abuse of office in Serbia. In 2009 Šarić’s Mat company, controlled construction and a chain of petrol stations and dominated the economic lifeof his hometown Pljevlja, His associates Jovica Lončar, Mrdak Miro and Goran Soković held about 4.6 percent of the shares in the influential Montenegrin daily Pobjeda, which is majority owned by the state. In Serbia, model Svetlana Šarić, the wife of Darko’s brother Duško, together with Naike Bokan established Code magazine in June last year. The magazine covered high society, and stopped publishing soon after the investigations of Šarić and his associates became public.
Justiz unerwünscht, wenn man mit Verbrechern Geschäfte macht, und mit System auch Richter besticht. Jetzt wurden rund um das korrupte Enterprise, des Bodo Hombach, Richter, sein Partner Dan Adamescu verurteilt. In Deutschland gibt es im Gegenteil zum Balkan überhaupt keine Justiz mehr, denn korrupte Politiker sind Straffrei, wie auch der Europarat "GRECO" Bericht kritisiert, in einem einmaligen Desaster für einen EU Staat, wo die Politik Mafia Strafrei ist. Mit u.a. Milan Bejo in Serbien, den Dulaku Brüdern in Albanien, Mazedonien, usw.. machte man Geschäfte, bis die WAZ unterging im Betrugs Sumpf mit Bodo Hombach, der von Nichts eine Ahnung hatte, nur von Bestechung, Manipulation und Betrug. Deshalb agieert die Deutsche Justiz Stiftung IRZ-Stiftung, schlimmer wie die "Camorra" auf dem Balkan, weil Justiz für solche Geschäfte unerwünscht ist. Ein Modell des Klaus Mangold, der ebenso im Club, nur Bestechungs organisierte.Über 100 Verhaftungen im Balkan, von Bodo Hombach Partner, nur der Motor des Betruges, Bestechung und Geldwäsche, bleibt unbehelligt. Der nächste enge Geschäfts Partner des Bodo Hombach im Balkan verhaftet: Sorin Ovidiu Vantu .
Berufs Ganove, überall mit viel Krimineller Energie unterwegs, denn man hatte die Milliarden des Balkan Stabilitäts Paktes zuverwalten. Auch in Tirana, mit den Dulaku Brüdern und Vision Plus
Man schreckte auch nicht vor Mord zurück in Montenegro, oder Kroatien, um diese Geschäfte zuvertuschen, wie Visa Handel mit der Ukrainischen und Balkan Mafia im 100 Tausender Paket. Bodo Hombach, läuft bekanntlich frei herum, obwohl er wegen Auslands Bestechungs im SPD Auslands Bestechungs Modell (siehe auch Griechenland mit Panzern usw..) hinter Gitter gehört. Das Deutsche Justiz Bringer System, dient nur dazu, mit kriminellen Richtern, einer gekauften Justiz eine Theater Show zuorganisieren, über einen Justiz Aufbau, identisch wie bei den Amerikanern. Die kühnsten Träume wurden übertroffen von der Realität mit dem Deutschen Justiz bringen im Ausland, Aufbau krimineller Zirkel überall und dem Verkauf der Justiz an kriminelle Familien, als eigene neue Mafia Instanz überall. Der Partner bestach allein 4 Richter, was Balkan Standard ist, bei Deutschen und US Partner, auch im Drogen Handel. Deutsche Politiker vor allem auch Frank Walter Steinmeier und die Mord Oligarachen, Milliardäe, Verbrecher waren immer im Geiste Partner, wie jüngst Steinmeier und die Ukraine erneut zeigt.
Man schreckte nicht vor Mord zurück und Schröder schickte seinen Anwalt. Anwalt hat in Deutschland seitdem eine neue Bedeutung, was an den Scientolgy Anwalt der M.S. Prominenz der CSU in München erinnert und seine Albaner Mafia Ausflüge vor über 10 Jahren.
Die Osmani Brüder SPD Partner und eines korrupten Senats in Hamburg, der Lobby Verein gelten in 2015 als reine Berufs Verbrecher in jedem Balkan Land.
Montag, 16. Februar 2009
Albaner Mafia-Anwalt Michael Nesselhauf droht Gerichtsreporter
Die Prominenz der Schwedischen Firmen mussten im Bestechungs Wettlauf im Balkan auch mitmachen, mit Zypern Geldwäsche Firmen im alten Siemens uns sonstigen Modellen der Internationalen NATO und Politik Mafia aus den USA und der EU Ländern. Die Westliche Wertgemeinschaft ist schon einmalig, weil von deren kriminellen Bestechungs Orgien alle Balkan Länder betroffen waren. Executive Alleges Bribery at Ericsson
By Daniel Bojin and Paul Radu, with contribution from Sweden by Michell Gronlund
In a courtroom in the Swedish capital of Stockholm, a telecommunications executive and his employer have been fighting a pitched battle to see who is dirtier. Ericsson, the Swedish telecommunication giant, claims Thomas Lundin, their former general manager in Romania, pilfered $7 million from them.
Lundin says the $7 million was part of a company-approved slush fund used to bribe Romanian officials and decision makers to get more business. The case raises questions about how Western businesses really work in Eastern Europe and comes at a time when Swedish prosecutors are looking at a similar case involving officials at Teliasonera who allegedly bribed Uzbek officials for a 3G license.
Lundin says those bribes are the only reason Ericsson's business in Romania grew from virtually zero to US$1 billion. “The market share increased from almost zero to about 60 percent. This increase in the market share was due to bribes. These bribes were eventually supplied by Ericsson,” Lundin said in court records. But while the two sides argue over how the money was used, it is clear from court records that Ericsson set up sophisticated offshore companies and bank accounts designed to purposefully hide payments of money to so-called “agents” or persons who helped the company increase its business. Just who these agents are is not clear although Lundin said they were Romanian officials and decision makers who were bribed. Fredrik Hallstan, a spokesperson for Ericsson said the company has never paid bribes and blamed Lundin, saying the courts had so far ruled in their favor. Worldwide Commission Scheme The case between Ericsson and Lundin, a Swedish citizen who worked for the company from 1979 until 2003, developed in secrecy as both sides tried to settle the matter in a Swedish Arbitration court. The court sided with the company and ruled that Lundin should repay more than $7 million plus interest and court costs to Ericsson. Lundin went ahead and sued Ericsson through the civil courts. The case is ongoing with the next hearing scheduled for Wednesday (March 6). The case might have remained secret had not a Romanian stockbroker peripherally involved in the deal accused Ericsson of paying the bribes on Icelandic television.
The cases shed light on how Ericsson operated in Romania under Lundin’s control. They also show how the telecom company set up offshore companies to make payments to important people – a system dubbed "The World Commission Scheme" (WCS). Lundin says the system was set up to bribe Romanian politicians and other decision makers. Ericsson has said the system was used to make payments to people for increasing market share in new areas. Court records say Ericsson set up WCS as a network of hidden offshore companies operating out of Cyprus, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. Lundin claims he used the network to bribe two former telecommunication ministers in Romania, Dan Nica and Sorin Pantiș. Lundin's lawyers state in court that Lundin cannot prove these payments because the politicians did not give him receipts for the alleged bribes. They also say that Ericsson's board was aware that these payments went to politicians. "The fact that Thomas Lundin paid significant sums of money to the then minister of telecommunication in Romania, Dan Nica, he was doing so in Ericsson's interest" said a brief filed by Lundin’s lawyers. Nica, who is a minister of telecommunications in the current Romanian government and who held a similar position from 2000-2004, denied receiving any bribe: "I'm absolutely surprised by these claims attributed to Mr. Lundin. It all seems a bad joke. I only had public, official meetings with Mr. Lundin while I was a minister of telecommunications in 2000-2004. He has never solicited any favor for Ericsson." Pantiș also denied Lundin's claims: "It is a big stupid thing! It's idiocy! Of course, I know Mr. Lundin and Mr. Antoniu Petrescu (avice-president of Ericsson Romania) but I never had any special relationship with them." Ericsson documents filed in the court show the company set up a series of secret financial mechanisms not associated with the company to make payments for the purposes of increasing market share and turnover in new markets like Romania. Lundin was at one point in charge of the system. But Ericsson claims that Lundin committed fraud and diverted US$23 million to personal accounts belonging to himself and other staff members in Bucharest. Lundin was an employee of Ericsson until 2003 when he became a managing partner in WBS Holding, a Romanian brokerage firm. Lundin told the court he was following instructions of his employer by secretly paying money to the decision makers in Bucharest. The WCS system set up by Ericsson was designed to pay "agents"- people who had the task of getting new contracts for the Swedish company. According to Ericsson's lawyers, agents were people who could advance the company's business: “having access to the right agent can make the difference between being expelled from a certain market and holding a leading position in that market.” Ericsson did not deny in court records that the system was put in place to secretly pay these agents but they claim the system was abused by Lundin and his colleagues. Until 1998, these agents were paid directly by Ericsson, based on a confidential contract. According to Lundin: “payments to agents were made through a Citibank account. When LME (the Ericsson group) came to the attention of tax authorities for audit problems, because of the media exposure, but also as the result of the changes in the Swedish legislation, Ericsson designed a new system for paying agents. The main reason for the setting up of this new system – which, later on, was named Worldwide Commission Scheme -WCS– was to prevent the authorities and the media from seeing the payment documents.” According to the documents filed in the court case, WCS introduced an extra layer, or intermediaries, between Ericsson and its agents, in order to “prevent, as far as possible, the disclosure of the identities of the agents that Ericsson was using in each country, and to protect their anonymity”. In turn, intermediary companies were to charge one percent of the total amount Ericsson transferred to its agent. The coordinator of this system that included offshore companies and foundations in Liechtenstein was Liss-Olof Nenzell, an Ericsson representative in Romania in 1995 – 96. Lundin took over for Nenzell. The system worked smoothly until 2001, when Ericsson decided to put an end to it after an internal audit found irregularities within WCS. The Internal Audit In 2000, Richard Minogue, an internal auditor for Ericsson, conducted an audit of the WCS structure and discovered irregularities related to the payment system coordinated by Nenzell. Ericsson claims that, later on, they ordered the auditor to make a complete record of the money the group had paid to the “service companies” for the contracted agents. The payment inventory included a large number of bank accounts in different currencies. In the end, Minogue found that most of the payments were all right, but he also found some inconsistencies. Ericsson claims that some of the money went to beneficiaries who were completely unknown to the company and who had never been contracted by the company. Contacted by OCCRP, Richard Minogue refused to talk about this audit. Meanwhile, one of the banks used in the system, Swiss-based UBS, noticed a series of quick transactions of large volumes of money moving through offshore accounts. They suspected money laundering and filed a complaint with Swiss prosecutors, who started an extensive investigation. Ericsson claims they have contacted the Swiss prosecutor in charge of the case and explained that it wasn't money laundering but just payments to its agents. As shown in the trial records, neither the audit nor the investigation conducted by the Swiss state investigated Ericsson’s usage of the WCS. However, the Swiss investigators allowed Ericsson to have access to the bank accounts controlled by Lundin and his colleagues. Even after getting access to the banking records, Ericsson moved very slowly. The Swedish company claims that in “2005-2006 it unraveled the transactions and got a clear view of the amounts of money diverted from the agents' accounts to other accounts”. Ericsson concluded that, unbeknownst to the company, over US$23 million were directed to several offshore companies and bank accounts belonging to Lundin, Nenzell, and Antoniu Petrescu, the vice-president of Ericsson Romania in the first half of the 2000s. The Cypriot company However, the offshore payment system continued even after the WCS was shut down. According to the court documents, Ericsson signed a new contract appointing a Cyprus-based company, Telworldag Consulting & Marketing, to act as an “Ericsson agent” for the Romanian market. According to the Cypriot company register, Telworldag was founded in March 2001 with a Swiss lawyer named Philippe Meyer as director. On May 29, 2001, Ericsson signed a contract with this company and over the next few years transferred large amounts of money to and from Telworldag’s bank account at Credit Agricole bank. According to the case file in Stockholm, Meyer received orders directly from the Petrescu, vice president of the Ericsson subsidiary in Bucharest. Ericsson claims that the money it was sending to Telworldag was then sent directly to the accounts opened by Lundin and Petrescu at Swiss UBS. Family accounts According to court records, Lundin held an UBS account controlled by his wife Cristina Nicoleta Lundin. He had another account under the name “Benestad” that was controlled by his sister Eva Inngul. Benestad is the name of a town in Sweden where Thomas Lundin was born. Ericsson also claims that the money in this account was used to buy stock shares in companies such as America Online, Yahoo, Oracle and Cisco Systems. Similar transactions were made from an account called AIG that was controlled by Lundin. Ericsson cites banking records showing that on July 11, 2000, US$1 million dollars was transferred to the AIG account. This was followed by intense securities selling and buying activity. On the same day Lundin opened the “Benestad” account, Petrescu opened a bank account called “Coletta” named after his daughter. Ericsson says that Petrescu paid back US$950,000 of the money in two transactions. When asked to leave his position voluntarily, he agreed. There is no evidence that Ericsson is being investigated by law enforcement for the system. Lundin did not return calls to OCCRP. Except for a statement, Ericsson has not commented.
Seit Jahren bekannt, das das INterpol Büro durch Kriminelle kontrolliert wird, wie praktisch alle Institutionen im Albaner Raum. Deshalb gibt es keine Gerichts Verfahren, niemand nimmt Verhaftungen vor, ignoriert die Auslieferungs Abkommen und gesuchte Mörder werden Abgeordnete, weil man neue Identitäten kauft, der inzwischen abgesetzte Interpol Chef, falsche Namen, falsche Geburtsorte dann zur Fahndung ausschreiben.
Artan Bajraktari, direkter Verwandter des Capo der Albaner Mafia: Salih Berisha wie Stratfor festhielt. Die Familie ist auch direkter Financier des Gangsters US Senator Eliot Engel.
Unter dem richtigen Namen, wurde 1999 und 2004 Besnik Morina aus Gjakova im Kosovo aka Mark Frroku (neue Identität in Albanien) in Belgien rund um Mord Ermittlungen festgenommen, kam aber lt. der damaligen Anwältin frei, ohne Kaution und floh dann nach Albanien, wo man sich im kriminellen Enterprise des Salih Berisha, Innenminister Bujar Nishani, eine neue Identität kaufte, was normal ist. Der Gangster Mark Frroku, sitzt in Haft, nachdem heute das Albanische Parlament erneut seine Immunität weggenommen hatte, ebenso wird wegen falscher Vermögens Erklärung und Geldwäsche auch rund um Frauen Handel ermittelt. Die Mafia Universität "Vitrina" wurde ebenso der Bande vor Monaten geschlossen, welche nur Diplome verkaufte. Der Chef von Interpol in Tirana, der US Albanische Gangster: Artan Bajraktari, der Interpol Operator Chef: Laureta Alla hat Dokumente gefälscht, Verhaftungen der Frroku Brüder verboten, und jede Verhaftung verhindert. Arben Frroku und Fotos mit der Top Albanischen Polizei Direktion sind eine Legende. Ein schwerer Bruch der Internationalen Vereinbarungen
Lulzim Basha nannte eine Strasse in Tirana um in 2012 ( im Kombinat), einem Bruder des Mark und Arben Frroku, was auf enorme Parteibuch Spenden hinweist, der Verbrecher Familie.
Two high-rank Interpol officials were held by the Internal Service and Complaints.
Die US – Albanische Mafia, hat das Interpol Büro in Tirana unterwandert, mit Artan Bajraktari und Laureta Alla Mindestens 2 Polizei Direktoren, direkte Berisha Verwandte, darunter auch Artan Bajraktari, hatten erneut Schiessereien auf unbewaffnete Zivilisten, Studenten, oder rund um einen Park Platz begonnen, Leibwächter schossen schon mal auf Kellner, wie ebenso bekannt ist.
Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes……………….. Setimes Es kann nicht verwundern, das die Amerikaner umgehend und sofort das von den Italienern aufgebaute Interpol Büro sabotieren und an die US-Albaner Mafia verkauften, wo die NATO Website setimes vor über 10 Jahren warnte und das FBI, das die US Albanische Mafia, mit dem Gambino, Genovese, und Luchese Clan die grösste Gefahr für Europadarstellt.. Beide höchste Interpol Beamte in Tirana sollen sogar verhaftet woren sein, wie Medien berichten. Der Polizei Direktoren Mörder, gesuchte Gangster Arben Frroku, direkt neben Agron Kulicaj, dem höchsten Polizei Direktor in Mitten der Polizei Direktoren Bande des Lulzim Basha, Sali Berisha.
Isuf Cela, aus Tropoje, höchster Polizei Direktor, wobei der Sohn, Enkel die Familie direkt natürlich eigene Drogen Kanäle betrieb.
Isuf Cela, Stabs Stabs Chef des Innenministeriums, aus Tropoje, Sailh Berisha Freund und Chef einer kriminellen Familie aus Tropoje, inklusive Drogen Labors, Jmport und Export Gross Handel für Drogen, Landraub, illegales Bauen, als Tropoje Terroristen Familie. Bujar Nishani, baute direkt in der Polizei Direktion, neue Gross Drogen Ringe auf, wie die Verhaftungen aufzeigen, rund um Abdulselam Turgut, Anoril Cani, Gezim Cela (VaterEnkel von General Direktor Isuf Cela), Miklovan Kararja, Kriminelle wie Ndard Ndoka werden Vize- Innenminister), und dann die notorisch kriminelle Familie Selmanllari, mit einem der wichtigsten Personal Direktoren Posten im Ministerium, oder Altin Murra in der Polizei Direktion.Etliche haben Diplomaten Pass, wie der Vize-Botschafter Agim Haxhiuin Skopje, den man in Istanbul erwischte. die neuen Identitäten, stellt man sich selber aus, wenn man auf den Fahndungslisten steht. Albania.de Der Sohn Gezim Cela, unterhielt ebenso eigene Drogen Labors und Europa schwieg, pumpte wie die korrupte Weltbank und KfW weiter hohe Geldsummen in das kriminelle Enterprise, damit die übelste Albaner Mafia ihre Drogen Netze Europa weit besser organisieren kann und deren Geldwäsche überall. Willkommene Abnehmer teurer Luxus Autos aus Europa u.a.. Identisch die Diplomaten Mafia, welche viele kriminelle Netzwerke schuf, die Söhne in Luxus Autos herumfahren.
noch ein Trottel, der zu dumm zum arbeiten ist, als Sohn eines Polizei Direktors.
Das Albanische Politiker nur Vertreter von kriminellen Clans sind, oft sogar wie in Albanien und im Kosovo Vorbestrafte, auch wegen Mord Verurteilte wie Daut Haradinaj, hat nun zu einer Liste geführt, welche Politiker in kriminelle Aktivitäten verwickelt sind. 1.000 Gestalten stehen auf der US Einreise Verbots Liste, nur die EU gewährt noch Freie Fahrt für Kriminelle. Man wird sehen wie es weiter geht im Lande ohne jede Justiz!
SManalysis Zgjedhjet Administrative rrezikojne te mos zhvillohen, shkak inkriminalizimi i politikes dhe i institucioneve te pavarura shqiptare, process qe behet gjithnje akoma dhe me i veshtire Duket se lobingu i Berishes ne Washington dhe BE, ka kapur ne befasi dhe ka bindur perendimin qe nga Parlamenti dhe me poshte, politika dhe institucionet shqiptare, duhet te reformohen me qytetare pa rekorde kriminale.. Raporti “Top Secret” i BE: Ne PS ka 9 Deputete me rekorde kriminale, PD 4, LSI 6, PDIU 4, PR 2 Por deri ne Zgjedhjet e Tetorit, do te kerkonin nje qeveri gjithe p... mehr »
Als erstes Investment gab es Spiel Casino Automaten und Zweigstellen der Bordell Besitzer im Balkan vor über 20 Jahren. Inklusive Lotto entwickelten die Österreicher nur ein Verbrecher Imperium mit lokalen Mafia Bossen rund um Glücks Spiele.
Rade Rakonjac, Arkan's murdered former bodyguard By Stevan Dojčinović , Bojana Jovanović Rade Rakonjac, 52, the former bodyguard of Željko “Arkan” Ražnatović, was killed Wednesday at noon as he sat with two friends in a Belgrade cafe. Two gunmen shot Rakonjac five times in the neck and chest, and he died en route to the Military Medical Academy hospital. With Rakonjac at the Marikicafe were Stojan Novaković, 58, who was wounded, and former BC Beograd and BC Partizan basketball player Goran Ristanović, 57. According to eyewitness statements, the assailants fled in an Alfa Romeo. Fifteen minutes later, the car was set ablaze in the Voždovac neighborhood of Belgrade. In addition to Arkan, Rakonjac had another important link in the underworld – he was close to the notorious Serbian criminal and former Zemun clan leader Luka Bojović. Rakonjac and Bojović knew each other from the early 1990s, when both were members of Arkan's Serbian Volunteer Guard. Following Arkan’s murder in 2000, the two continued to collaborate. In a police chart obtained by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and the Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS) Rakonjac is listed as an important collaborator in Bojović's group. According to the chart, Rakonjac was subordinate to Milos “Pižon” Petrović and Vladimir Mijanović, who both answered directly to Bojović. Mijanović was arrested alongside Bojović in February 2012 while having dinner at a restaurant in the Spanish city of Valencia. In 2005, Bojović and Rakonjac were tried for beating Mirko Elezović in 2002 in the Belgrade Zoo and robbing him of €7,200 (US$ 9,800). Belgrade courts dismissed the charges. According to the Special Prosecutor's Office, Bojović took over the Zemun clan after its leaders, Dušan Spasojević and Mile Luković, were killed in the 2003 police operation dubbed “Saber,” which was a response to the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić.
Former Zemun clan leader Luka Bojović
Bojović is currently in jail in Spain, and Serbian prosecutors have accused him of organizing the murder of three local criminals. Bojović’s former associate, Sretko Kalinić, testified that Bojović tried to kill Andrija Drašković as revenge for the murder of Arkan. A few years ago, Bojović came into conflict with Slobodan Šaranović and his associates and there were killings on both sides. Prosecutors say Šaranović ordered the murder of Nikola Bojović, the brother of Luka Bojović, because he thought that Luka Bojović ordered the murder of his own brother, Branislav, a long-time powerful member of the Serbian underworld. Šaranović was arrested in Montenegro for this murder, but released from custody after the Montenegrin court refused to extradite him to Serbia. Read more about it in the article “Montenegro: Court Bars Extradition In Murder Case.” Serbian media have speculated that Rakonjac was a victim of these conflicts, but police have yet to report clear evidence of a connection. View Luka Bojović’s profile, put together by the OCCRP and CINS for a more in-depth look. Serbia: Crime Figure Linked to Trade Group
Mirjana Acimovic, the head of Jakta and associate of Andrija Drašković. (photo: facebook)
By Stevan Dojcinovic and Jelena Vasic (CINS) The chairwoman of Serbia’s influential gambling trade association has been an employee and director for businesses owned by Serbian crime figure Andrija Draskovic for at least the past 17 years. Jakta, the trade group, has been aggressively working with government officials to shape gaming laws, train law enforcement officials and regulators and lobby local, regional and European governments. It has set itself up as not only a group of Serbian experts but a regional player in influencing everything related to casinos and gambling. Mirjana Acimovic, 51, is president of the Belgrade-based Jakta (from the Latin word for “roll”, as in dice). She worked for Draskovic as far back as 1997, when he appointed her director of his company Fun d.o.o (later renamed DLM AT Holding Group) that owned two casinos and the popular downtown Havana nightclub, among others. Draskovic is listed as the owner of Maestral Nautika d.o.o, an active trading company in Croatia, where Acimovic currently serves as director although the company has not filed any paperwork since 2008. Acimovic said in an interview with reporters from the Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia (CINS) and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) that she no longer works with Draskovic and sees no problem with the relationship. She has had coffee with him once in 15 months, she said.
Austrian headquarters of Novomatic, one of Europe’s biggest gaming companies. Its Serbian branches are members of Jakta.
“My relationship back then with him was just professional. The man was in prison until recently and we saw each other once after he got out,” she said. “That was a private meeting and that’s irrelevant.” Serbian authorities who worked with Jakta were asked if they were aware of the connection between Acimovic and Draskovic but none would answer specific questions. According to the Jakta website, the organization represents 38 companies that own slot clubs, produce gambling machines or maintain them. The association is involved in writing laws with the Tax Administration, lobbying state institutions for favorable laws, helping companies get gaming permits and helping gambling addicts get treatment................ https://occrp.org/occrp/index.php/en/ccwatch/cc-watch-indepth/2323-serbia-crime-figure-linked-to-trade-group
According to documents OCCRP/CINS obtained from the Ministry of Labor, Jakta’s membership has included Fil-Sar and Lutrija Filnik, companies controlled respectively by Montenegrin crime boss Brano Saranovic before his death in 2009 and his brother, Slobodan, who was arrested last year in connection with a murder of Luka Bojovic’s brother.
Trying to climb the ladder in Europe
Ivan Tasovac, Minister of Culture, helped Jakta by passing the organization’s recommendations on to other ministries.
Acimovic has also been appointed chairwoman of the Responsible Gaming Committee in Euromat, the European Gaming and Amusement Federation that represents the industry at the EU level.
Montenegro, wo Nichts weiter ging in den letzten 10 Jahren, keine Justiz funktioniert, nur die Mafiösen Umtriebe des Stanja, Dukanovic Clans und vieler seiner kriminellen Partner. Nun will man mit Geld die Mitgliedschaft kaufen im alten US Modell wie von Podesta, oder Frank Wisner krimineller Betrugs Organisation Patton Boogs He is a paid lobbyist for the country of Georgia and was 2008 Presidential candidateJohn McCain's foreign-policy aide.
On April 17, 2008, McCain spoke on the phone with Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili about the situation in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two troubled provinces 07 Apr 15 Montenegro Hires Orion to Push NATO Case
Montenegro has signed up the firm Orion Strategies to lobby decision-makers in the US over its stalled NATO membership bid.
Montenegro has agreed a contract with the Washingron-based firm Orion Strategies for it to advocate Montenegro's NATO membership bid, according to a US Department of Justice filing.
The firm will provide strategic communications, PR, and advocacy around issues and news relating to Montenegro in the US and Europe and the country's bid for membership of the alliance.
Orion Strategies will received $150,000 for services delivered over the 12-month period ending on February 1, 2016.
The government in Podgorica sees 2015 as crucial year after its bid to join NATO received a setback last September at the summit in Wales. Alliance members then decided against inviting the country to join, saying they would reconsider Montenegro’s case in 2015.
Documents filed last week by Orion Strategies with the Foreign Agents Registration Unit of the US Justice Department, reported that the fim will provide Montenegro with counseling services, guidelines and support to strategic communications, public relations and backing before US decision-makers.
"Orion Strategies will also advise Montenegro's government in approaching key policy figures in the US executive, with the focus on the State Department and White House," the contract provides.
The firm was founded and led by Randy Scheunemann, who served as a senior foreign policy adviser to Republican politician John McCain in his 2008 US presidential bid.
Macedonia, Latvia, Romania and Taiwan are among the other countries for whom Orion has provided lobbying services in recent years. NATO remains a controversial issue in Montenegro on account of the alliance's role in kicking Serbian forces out of the former Serbian province of Kosovo in 1999. The mainly Albanian ex-province declared independence in 2008 and ethnic Serbs - and others - in Montenegro remain resentful of NATO's role in the conflict. http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/
Bereits vor 20 Jahren war die Klientel Mafia Politik der Berisha Leute in Albanien bekannt, ebenso sehr deutlich über den EU Polizei Missions Leiter K.S. der PAMECA Mission II, der praktisch 10 Jahre in Albanien war und schon mit der EU Polizei Mission MAPE kam und aktiv war. Er warnte 2007 vor der Klientel Politik des Bujar Nishani, schloss die von Deutschland finanzierte Polizei Akademie in Tirana. Von den inkomptenden EU Banditen lernt man nur Eines: wie man abzockt und sich Straffrei stellt: EU-Parlamentarier bessern ihre Gehälter mit Nebenjobs auf! Der EULEX Skandal im Kosovo, die Albanischen Skandale Non-Stop wie mit dem Richter Gjin Gjoni, der die Prominenz der gesuchten Drogen Bosse sofort frei lässt, trotz BKA Interpol Haft Befehles. Vettern Wirtschaft einer Verbrecher Familie und EU und US finanziert: Sogar der höchste Verwaltungs Direktor des HCJ (Përgjithshëm i KLD-): Pjerin Prendi ist in Wirklichkeit ein Bruder von Gjin Gjoni,
Gjin Gjoni: im Kabinett von Salih Berisha, als Justiz Adviser, höchste Richter Positionen und sogar Diplomaten Pass. Erpressung mit dem Duty Free Shop, weil man die Verträge mit dem Flugplatz Betreiber nicht einhalten will und wollte. Unter Präsident Alfred Mosiu, der eine eigene Ermittlungs Truppe hatte, rund um korrupte Richter und Justiz Leute, wurde jede Beförderung des Richters Gjion Gjoni abgelehnt, er kam auf die Schwarze Liste, der korrupten Richter in 2003. Er liess prominente Gross Drogen Bosse frei, vom BKA und Interpol gesucht usw.. wie: Abdulselam Turgut Eine 700.000 € Villa mit 1.029 qm Wohnfläche, Luxus Jeeps, wo er schon ein Kind zu Tode fuhr. Im Luxus Vorstadt Ort: Fark steht die Luxus Villa des Gjin Gjoni und seiner Ehefrau Elona Caushi Eine Dreistigkeit an Nepotismus, welcher einmalig ist. Warum die EU hierüber schweigt und die Verbrecher Kartelle weiter finanzierten vor Jahren, wirft viele Fragen auf. Hohe prominente Richter bzw. deren Ehefrauen (siehe auch die Ehefrau von dem Ex-General Staatsanwalt Sollaku) betrogen aktiv Deutsche
Vollkommenes Versagen der EU, der USA sowieso, welche ja nur ihren Drogen- Waffen Schmuggel mit der Albaner weiter betreiben wollen, über ihre US Handelskammern vor Ort, inklusive aktiver Beteiligung höchster US Department of State Diplomaten, Hillary Clinton und anderer Gestalten und Botschafter, wie dem eliminierten US Botschafter Josef Limprecht (Mitte Mai 2002) Sibel Edmond gab in vielen Details Auskunft wie das läuft und organisiert wird auch über die Türkei und höchste US und türkische Politiker. Peinlich die Aktivitäten der Deutschen IRZ Stiftung und aktuell: u.a. CDU und KAS Politiker, welche sich mit der Prominenz der Drogen Bosse und Verbrecher ablichten lassen, wie Dr. Franz Jung.
Was sowieso jeder weiss! Bujar Nishani verkaufte als Justiz Minister, für 30.000 € Notar Lizenzen, für Notare, welche Selbige auf Grund von Fälschungen verloren hatten. Er hat wie jeder Mafia Boss, eine sehr teure Uhr am Handgelenk, schon vor über 5 Jahren. Das Antritts Geschenck, der Mafia. Jeder weiss, das hoch kriminelle Polizei Direktoren, Strohdumm und inkomptent sind und krminelle Clans, inklusive Land Besetzung und illegalem Bauen decken. 09 Apr 15
Albania’s Judges Protect Each Other From the Law
The High Council of Justice turns a blind eye to judges’ misdeeds, perpetuating a culture of impunity in the corrupt justice system.
Albania President and head of the High Council of Justice Bujar Nishani | Photo by : LSA
A judge in the first-instance court of Shkodra, who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, found himself between a rock and hard place after a number of citizens filed complaints against his rulings to Albania’s High Council of Justice, HCJ. An administrative probe carried out by the HCJ revealed that Judge Albano Cepele breached articles of the constitution and the criminal and civil procedural code in 34 cases. “My vision and balance were impaired and I was receiving treatment in a neurological hospital,” the judge said by way of defence to the HCJ. On April 15, 2014, the Minister of Justice, Nasip Naco, asked the HCJ to fire him on the grounds that he “had seriously discredited the reputation of a judge”. Although Cepele had been suffering from sclerosis for years, he was still handling up to 590 cases a year. Minutes from the HCJ meeting on April 15, 2014 described Cepele as “a time bomb for the system”. The HCJ meeting approved the minister’s request to fire Cepele - one of the rare occasions on which the Council agreed to dismiss a judge. However, the Supreme Court disagreed with the HCJ’s ruling and overturned it after the judge appealed. The HCJ is a collegial institution, which acts as a governing body for the judicial system in Albania. Composed of 15 members, it is headed by the President of Albania, Bujar Nishani. Like the President, the Minister of Justice and the head of the Supreme Court sit on the council ex-officio. Nine other members of the council are judges and three are nominated by parliament. In 2014 and 2015, the Minister of Justice asked the HCJ to take administrative measures, ranging from dismissal to warnings, against 28 judges. However, the Council turned down most of his requests. One problem is that while the minister is the only official that can request disciplinary proceeding against judges in the HCJ, he has only one vote in the Council. “The HCJ acts as corporation that protects judges,” Naco told BIRN. “They are notready to fire their own, as they think that if they take such rulings one day, they will be dismissed in turn,” he added. Albania’s justice system is widely perceived as corrupt and many local and international actors accuse the HCJ of doing little to reform the system. Minutes of HCJ meetings during the last two years, obtained by BIRN, show the Council often turns a blind eye to judges’ misdeeds. The minutes reveal also that the Justice Minister changed his request for disciplinary actions against judges in half of the cases that he brought. Over the last year, Naco asked the HCJ to actually dismiss seven judges. The Council approved only two requests, against Cepele and Shtjefen Lleshi, a judge arrested in late 2013 on corruption charges. In 13 cases, the HCJ handed disciplinary measures against judges, ranging from warnings or downgrading their positions to lower courts. In 15 cases it took no measures, even when inspections by the Ministry of Justice or the HCJ inspectorate uncovered serious breaches in judges’ work. The minutes of the HCJ meetings reveal that in some cases the Council voted against the minister, while in the other cases, the minister himself changed his request to opt for a softer disciplinary measure. Commonest breaches of the law: HCJ meeting minutes analyzed by BIRN show the most common breaches of the law by Albanian judges concern filing arguments for verdicts late, procrastinating over cases for up to three years and breaching rulings of the Supreme Court. The HCJ has also considered judges who turn off the audio system during court hearings and others who cannot justify their wealth and assets to the High Inspectorate for the Declaration and Audit of Assets. Albanian law considers such breaches as serious, but the HCJ has often justified them, citing judges’ heavy workload or their “innocence” of procedure. A former deputy head of the HCJ, Elvis Cefa, says a form of tacit agreement exists among the judges to protect each other. Cefa also blames the poor inspections on the part of the Ministry of Justice, which he says help judges to escape disciplinary proceeding. “Based on my experience, I would say that in front of a proper inspection and well structured proceeding, no judge found in breach of the law could defend himself, no matter how many friends he has in the HCJ,” Cefa told BIRN. The records obtained by BIRN show that HCJ meetings often feature strong debates when the minister proposes the dismissal of a judge. In some cases, it is the Minister of Justice who has been at the centre of the controversy. In a HCJ meeting on February 4, 2014, Naco faced questions about a series of five inspections of judges that the ministry’s inspectorate conducted, which the Council had not been presented with. According to the minutes, President Nishani, expressed concern that the deadline to file disciplinary proceedings against the judges was about to expire, and the inspections had still not been discussed in the Council. “I can’t remember them all, but based on your concern Iwill inform the HCJ officially,” he said, during the meeting. In the interview with BIRN, Naco blamed his predecessor, Eduard Halimi, for failing to hand him seven inspection reports about five judges, saying that after an administrative probe he had filed charges with the prosecutor’s office. “Charges have been filed with the Tirana prosecutor’s office for all five cases to find the authors who hid the files, which made it possible for the timeframe for disciplinary proceedings to expire,” Naco said. The minister complained that the HCJ is not living up to the government’s commitment to reform the justice system. “In every case, the judges have the majority of votes in the Council,” he said. “These judges don’t want the status quo to change,” he added. Not everyone agrees. Cefa, the former deputy head of the HCJ, blamed the minister for the failure of disciplinary proceeding against judges. “The concentration of power in the minister’s hand to initiate disciplinary proceedings does not help,” he said. “Disciplinary proceedings are destroyed by the Minister of Justice himself, who has abused the executive power handed to him by the law,” he claimed. Judges’ assets under investigation: During 2014, eight judges were under criminal investigation by the prosecutor’s office. As with the HCJ’s administrative proceedings, the results of these investigations have been opaque. Two judges were found guilty of corruption in first-instance rulings but they appealed and their cases await trial. The two were Shtjefen Lleshi, from the court of Puke, who was jailed for three years, and Dhimiter Pojanaku, from the court of Pogradec, jailed for three years and six months. The prosecutor’s office currently has six judges under investigation, accused of concealing their wealth. One who is a member of the HCJ, Gjin Gjoni. Other judges under investigation are Ken Dhima and Herieta Cela, Osman Alia, Aridan Kaline dhe Qani Hasa. The minister has asked the HCJ to fire most of the judges under investigation, but the Council has turned down all of his requests. Albania’s High Inspectorate for the Declaration and Audit of Assets, HIDDA has referred the six judges being probed for hiding their wealth to the prosecutor’s office. They are accused of hiding assets or cash ranging from a few thousands euro to as much as 2 million euro. Naco says that the ministry is paying close attention to judges’ declarations of assets but again complains that the HCJ often rejects his attempts to bring disciplinary proceedings. “The income that these judges pretend they secured from teaching or from publishing books would make even Albania’s best known writer, Ismail Kadare blush,” he concluded. This article was produced as part of the initiative “Raising Awareness About Corruption Through Investigative Reporting,” supported by the National Endowment for Democracy.
Verantwortliche Amerikaner, für den Deppen Aufbau der erneuten Drogen Polizei Banden aus den USA der ICITAP. Vor 80 Jahren, steht das schon in den Berichten, wo sich wenig geändert hat, bei den Hirnlosen ohne Bildung. “Banditen in Offiziers Rang” auf Seite 156 u.a. heute genannt: Albanische Polizei, Justiz und SHIS.
Zitat eines erfahrenen Geheimdienst Mannes: “wer die Geschichte nicht kennt” -und ignoriert, sollte zu Hause bleiben. Rückblick: 2007: PAMECA kritisiert das Innenministerum von Albanien und dann wurde die Polizei Akademie, wegen den kriminellen Umtrieben von Bujar Nishani geschlossen, denn nur Kriminelle auszubilden ist nur für die Eigen Reklame der Politischen Institutionen gut, aber nicht für Profi Polizei.
Typisch die jüngsten Fakten, u.a. über die angebliche IRZ Verbesserung der Arbeits Weise der Notare in Albanien in 2010. Real hatten die echten und alten Notariate, eine sehr gute Rechts Kenntniss und Funktion. Nachdem die IRZ auftauchte, verkaufte der Justiz Minister Bujar Nishani, der schon zuvor die Polizei ruinierte (heftige Konfrontation in 2007, mit dem Deutschen Leiter der PAMECA II Polizei Mission), an Kriminelle Stapelweise Notar Lizensen, die keinerlei Rechts Kenntnisse hatten und erneut begann das Urkunden fälschen, überall in Albanien. Kaum funktioniert etwas, kommt die IRZ und zerstört das sofort, wie auch dieses Beispiel rund um Notare zeigt. Zeitgleich erschienen überall primitiv Kriminelle, welche sich plötzlich mit Parteibuch: Staatsanwälte und Richter nannten. siehe die Fakten Lage, heute von der EU und USA bestätigt, wobei real vor Ort, gute eigene Justiz Kontakte haben seit praktisch 20 Jahren. Die Schaffung krimineller Kasten mit Immunität war im Vordergrund dieser Art von Justiz Aufbau. Die Zerstörung der Justiz, durch Ina Rama, Kresniq Spahiu, Bujar Nishani und Bamir Topi und den Justiz Ministern
2007: PAMECA kritisiert das Innenministerum von Albanien 2007 Albanian Police Academy Closes its Doors 03 09 2007 Tirana_ The Albanian police notified on Sunday that a year after its inception the Policy Academy will stop recruiting new cadets this year owing to the high number of officers currently active in the force. The temporary closure of the academy came only one month after the Ministry of Interior came under fire from the European Union Police Assistance Mission in Albania, PAMECA, over its restructuring of the force. The European Commission advisors to Albania’s police force criticized a government restructuring of the force, saying they were concerned over the way some officers were being forced out; opposition politicians say this was designed to advance police loyal to the ruling party. PAMECA said in a news release in July that the Interior Ministry needed to be more transparent on how and why officers were being hired, fired and promoted. PAMECA provides strategic advice and specialized technical training to the Albanian police over crime prevention, organized crime, terrorism and border management. The moving of officers through the system should be made in a transparent and justified manner, PAMECA said. There have been a lot of transfers and firings of officers lately, which has struck key sectors of the state police, which are essential for the integration of the country with European institutions. The restructuring has led to the loss of officers that donors had spent considerable amounts of money on training, the European police advisors said. Interior Minister Bujar Nishani in June defended changes to the organization of several police divisions, which he said would make the force more productive in the fight against organized crime and trafficking.
Bujar Nishani sammelte nur Kriminelle um sich, auch als Justiz Minister, welche dann in grosse Grundstücks Fälschungen und Räubereien verwickelt sind und waren, wie in der Bucht “Generale” und dem Strand von “Spille” wie mit Myzafer Xhelili, wo es Verhaftungen gab.