EULEX Operation:Hausdurchsuchungen, Festnahmen und Waffen Funde in der Verbrecher Hochburg Zubin Potok.

31 Aug 2011 / 12:12
Weapons Seized by EULEX in Northern Kosovo

The European Union police operation, EULEX, has seized several weapons in the northern part of Kosovo in an investigation into the murder of Kosovo policeman Enver Zumberi.
Petrit Collaku

Nicholas Hawton, the spokesman for EULEX, said that EULEX police, supported by the NATO peacekeeping force KFOR, had conducted searches in four houses. Two of the houses were in Zubin Potok, the other two were in Zupce village.

He said that no suspects had been found during the searches. “No arrests have been conducted,” Hawton told Balkan Insight.

He added that EULEX had seized several pieces of evidence, including weapons. “Evidence was found during the searches and there has been a seizure of number of weapons,” he said.

EULEX police officers are continuing to remain in the north so as to seize a vehicle which is considered to be part of the evidence, he added.

; EULEX bastis banesat, sekuestron prova për vrasjen e Zymberit

EULEX bastis banesat, sekuestron prova për vrasjen e ZymberitMITROVICE- EULEX raporton se ka përfunduar aksionin në veri në kuadër të hetimeve për brasjen e policit Enver Zymberi dhe se ka arritur të konfiskojë prova mes të cilëve dhe armë.Operacioni në Zupç afër Zubin Potokut në rrugën për në Bërnjak është kryer nga njësia speciale e EULEX-it me mbështetjen e KFOR-it, ndërsa hetimet për vrasjen e policit kosovar po kryhen nga EULEX-i dhe policia e Kosovës. 
“Janë kryer kontrolle në katër shtëpi private dhe .. janë konfiskuar prova në lidhje me hetimet, përfshirë edhe armë.”  “Ne mund të konfirmojmë se ekzistojnë gjashtë kallëzime për arrestimin e personave që dyshohet se janë të përfshirë në vrasjen, ndërsa operacione si ky i sotmi, mund të priten edhe në të ardhmen”, ka thënë zëdhënësja e EULEX-it, Iriana Gudeleviç për Radio Europa e Lirë. EULEX kërkon bashkëpunimin e komunitetit lokal për të vendosur para drejtësëisë autorët e krimeve të fundit në veri.Nga ana tjetër, zëdhënësi i Policisë për rajonin e Mitrovicës, Besim Hoti tha se situata në veri është e qetë, dhe se rrugët janë të kalueshme.



 Thaci: Beogradi prapa strukturave paralele po strehon vrasësit

KFOR and EULEX search hotel in Zubin Potok

ZUBIN POTOK — Members of KFOR and EULEX searched on Thursday afternoon a Serb-owned hotel in Zubin Potok, Tanjug news agency is reporting.

The operation was part of the investigation into the murder of a member of the Kosovo police, KPS, on July 26.

The 40-minute operation similar to Wednesday’s was carried out by strong KFOR and EULEX forces, while the Kosovska Mitrovica-Ribariće road was blocked.

After searching the Alexandria hotel, EULEX and KFOR members returned to Kosovska Mitrovica.

EULEX and KFOR forces are maintaining a presence in the entire area between Kosovska Mitrovica and Ribariće, with the most members stationed Zubin Potok.

BREAKING NEWS: CIA Recruits 1,500 Jihadists in Afghanistan to Fight in Libya

 „1,500 men from Mazar-e-Sharif“ = german Kommandos!

the NATO partners: As expected, widespread racist murders in Libya ads of rebel forces revealed

Heckler & Koch crime buseness in Libya!

Files: Americans aid Gaddafi in rebel fight

BREAKING NEWS: CIA Recruits 1,500 Jihadists in Afghanistan to Fight in Libya

„Al Qaeda Created by the CIA“

Global Research, August 31, 2011

The Nation (Pakistan)

CIA recruits 1,500 Jihadists from Mazar-e-Sharif to fight in Libya

ISLAMABAD: The Central Intelligence Agency of the United States recruited over 1,500 men from Mazar-e-Sharif for fighting against the Qaddafi forces in Libya.

Sources told The Nation: “Most of the men have been recruited from Afghanistan. They are Uzbeks, Persians and Hazaras. According to the footage, these men attired in the Uzbek-style of shalwar and Hazara-Uzbek Kurta were found fighting in Libyan cities.”

When an Al-Jazeera reporter pointed it out he was disallowed by the ‘rebels‘ to capture images.

Sources in Quetta said: “Some Uzbeks and Hazaras from Afghanistan were arrested in Balochistan for illegally traveling into Pakistan en route to Libya through Iran. Aljazeera’s report gave credence to this story. More than 60 Afghans, mainly children and teenagers, have been found dead after suffocating inside a shipping container in southwestern Pakistan in an apparent human smuggling attempt.

More than 100 illegal immigrants were discovered 20km from the border town of Quetta last week inside the container, which had been locked from the outside.

Aljazeera having a dubious record, gave a human touch to this story as most of the men who intruded inside Pakistan from Afghanistan were recruits for the Libyan rebels’ force.

The sources said: “The CIA funded Libyan rebels with cash and weapons.” In a report the New York Mayor’s TV Channel Bloomberg said, “Leaders of the Libyan rebels’ Transitional National Council flew to Istanbul seeking legitimacy and money. They will leave with the official recognition of the US and 31 other nations. As for the cash, they will have to wait.“

The decision to treat the council as the “legitimate governing authority” in Libya is a key step to freeing up some of the government’s frozen assets for rebels seeking the ouster of Muammar Qaddafi. Still, obstacles such as existing United Nations sanctions won’t disappear overnight.

“We still have to work through various legal issues, but we expect this recognition will allow the TNC to access various forms of funding,” said US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.


Bahrain: US Ally Kills Children… So When Is NATO Intervening?

Global Research, August 31, 2011



[1] Victims of Bahraini state terror, including Mohammed Farhan (5) and other victims of tear gas intoxication:

[3] Video of new, larger tear gas canisters that engulf homes:

Elements of al-Qaeda and other Islamic extremist groups were known to be key players in the NATO-backed uprising in Libya from the beginning, but now it appears that prominent Jihadists and terrorists are practically leading the revolution with Western support.

One terror leader in particular, Abdelhakim Belhaj, made headlines around the world over the weekend after it emerged that he was appointed the chief of Tripoli’s rebel Military Council. Prior to leading rebel forces against Gaddafi’s regime, Belhaj was the founder and leader of the notorious Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG).

Eventually the terror “Emir,” as he has been called, was arrested and tortured as an American prisoner in the terror war. In 2004, according to reports, he was transferred to the Gaddafi regime — then a U.S. terror-war ally.

By 2010, Belhaj was freed by Gaddafi under an amnesty agreement for “former” terrorists. And more recently, the terror leader and his men were trained by U.S. special forces to take on Gaddafi.

„We proudly announce the liberation of Libya and that Libya has become free and that the rule of the tyrant and the era of oppression is behind us,“ Belhaj was quoted as saying by ABC after his forces sacked one of Gaddafi’s compounds. His leadership is now well established.

While most news reports about Belhaj acknowledged that the LIFG has been designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department, many accounts inaccurately downplayed the group’s links to terror and al-Qaeda. But evidence suggests the two terrorist organizations actually merged several years ago.

According to a study by the U.S. military, the organization had an “increasingly cooperative relationship with al-Qa’ida, which culminated in the LIFG officially joining al-Qa’ida on November 3, 2007.” And even before that, former CIA boss George Tenet warned the U.S. Senate in 2004 that al-Qaeda-linked groups like the LIFG represented “one of the most immediate threats” to American security.

A few reporters, however, have highlighted the seriousness of the problem. “The new military dictator of Tripoli is none other than the infamous Abdul Hakim Belhadj, an international terrorist, a famous, notorious ‘genocidal’ of al-Qaeda who has carried out international terrorism all across the globe,” noted investigative reporter Webster Tarpley, adding that the terrorist has boasted of killing American soldiers.

Journalist Pepe Escobar, one of the first to report the news of Belhadj‘s rise to power, explained in the Asia Times that the repercussions would be widespread. “The story of how an al-Qaeda asset turned out to be the top Libyan military commander in still war-torn Tripoli is bound to shatter — once again — that wilderness of mirrors that is the ‘war on terror,’” he noted. It will also compromise “the carefully constructed propaganda of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO’s) ‘humanitarian’ intervention in Libya.”

Israeli intelligence group Debka also drew attention to the situation in a recent analysis. “Belhadj is on record as rejecting any political form of coexistence with the Crusaders excepting jihad,” the organization noted in a piece entitled “Pro-Al Qaeda brigades control Qaddafi Tripoli strongholds seized by rebels

Belhadj, of course, is hardly the only al-Qaeda terrorist leading rebel forces in the NATO-backed takeover of Libya. Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, another key insurgent military commander, has also boasted of his links to terror groups and his battles against U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Countless other “former” terrorists, many of whom are well-known to American officials, are also deeply embedded in the new rebel regime. And according to CNN, hundreds of al-Qaeda-linked Islamic extremists have been set free from Libyan prisons in recent days and weeks by rebel forces.

„Nobody knows what these released prisoners are going to do next,“ explained Noman Benotman, identified as a “former Libyan Jihadist” and senior LIFG leader. „Will they take part in the fighting and if they do will they join pre-existing rebel brigades or form a separate fighting force?“

On top of that, because the rebel government has already been recognized by Western governments, it will soon be receiving billions of dollars that were seized from the Gaddafi regime. Massive aid packages and overwhelming military support have been flowing to the rebels for months.

Al-Qaeda fighters and other Islamic extremists are also now in possession of huge stockpiles of advanced military weaponry including missiles and possibly even weapons of mass destruction. Concern about chemical agents falling into their hands is growing quickly.

NATO powers, which secretly armed the rebels before Western intervention became official, also flooded the nation with arms. And Gaddafi’s stockpiles have been thoroughly raided, adding even more fuel to the fire as the weapons begin to flow toward Jihadists around the world.

And the battle is indeed expanding. Al-Qaeda is now targeting regimes that did not back the Libyan rebellion. After an attack on an important Algerian military academy that left 18 dead, for example, a statement released by al-Qaeda said the strike was due to Algeria “continuing to support the Libyan dictator Gadaffi to fight against our brothers.”

As The New American reported in March, top al-Qaeda figures actually backed and praised the rebellion in Libya from the very beginning. Many key terrorist leaders were known to be intimately involved with the NATO-backed uprising.

Ironically perhaps, Gaddafi claimed from the start that the rebels were Western agents and al-Qaeda leaders. But despite U.S. Senators McCain and Lieberman having praised the regime several years earlier as an “ally” in the terror war deserving of American weapons, Gaddafi’s statements were dismissed by most analysts.

Eventually, however, even top U.S. officials confirmed that there were at least “flickers” of al-Qaeda among the rebel leadership. Now it is becoming increasingly apparent that they are firmly in control. And evidence of widespread war crimes by NATO and its extremist proxies on the ground is mounting by the day.

Congressman and GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul warned that the worst for Libyans may be yet to come. “We face a situation where a rebel element we have been assisting may very well be radical jihadists, bent on our destruction, and placed in positions of power in a new government,” he said in a statement released last week. “Worse still, Gadhafi’s successor is likely to be just as bad, or worse, than Gadhafi himself.”

The aftermath of NATO’s Libya war will almost certainly be bloody and fraught with problems. And even though the truth is difficult to discern amid a web of lies emanating from both sides, what has been learned doesn’t paint a bright picture for the future.

Sharia law is enshrined in the draft Constitution, and the violence shows no signs of easing thus far. The rebel “Transitional Council” also announced early on that it had created a Western-style central bank to take over from Gaddafi’s state-owned monetary authority.

  1. G36-Gewehre in Libyen gefunden — Gaddafis Truppen schießen mit deutschen Waffen

    Wie gelangten deutsche Sturmgewehre der Firma Heckler & Koch, die Rebellen in Gaddafis Palast erbeutet haben, nach Libyen? Ein Augenzeuge berichtet, die Sicherheitskräfte des Despoten hätten bereits 2005 damit geschossen. Offiziell hat die Bundesrepublik keine Gewehre nach Libyen geliefert – Experten vermuten aber einen „dunklen Kanal“ im internationalen Waffenschmuggel. Von Tim Neshitov

Sonntag, 18. September 2011

Völkermord, afrikanische Söldner, Viagra und andere NATO-Mythen über Libyen

    15 years NATO Reports over the most criminal enterprise Albania: „Albanian politicians have signalled a rare willingness“

    Original Wikileaks cables: albania:
    Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania
    Bevor: Fatos Nano (Ilir Meta Drug Allegations

    Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania


    Prime Minister Sali Berisha


    1. kukRexhep ARAPI, resident in Katund Sukth, nicknamed “KEPI” has a criminal record as follows:
      1. In the year 1991 (in March) he has killed at the Port of Durrës, for feud issues the citizen A. Cyrbja, resident in the Katund Sukth village; has been arrested for this crime in 1994 and has been released because of lack of evidence.

    NATO Website: CIA intern over Salih Berisha and the stupid criminals in Tirana.

    1999 and earlyer: 1993-1996

    Salih Berisha Mafia: The U.S. failed to criticize:of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means

    Fun Facts About Our New Allies
    The Progressive Review (Washington), 22 June 1999

    “Albania … offered NATO and the U.S. an important military outpost in the turbulent southern Balkans (in the 1990-96 period Albania opened its ports and airstrips for U.S. military use and housed CIA spy planes for flights over Bosnia)…. The U.S. played a major role in the DP’s 1992 electoral victory, and it then provided the new government with military, economic, and political support. In the 1991-96 period Washington directly provided Albania $236 million in economic aid, making the U.S. the second largest bilateral economic donor (following Italy)…..Following Berisha’s visit to the U.S. in March 1991, Washington began supplying direct assistance to the DP, including donations of computers and cars for the 1992 electoral campaign. William Ryerson, the first U.S. ambassador, stood next to Berisha on the podium at election rallies. The U.S. failed to criticize, and at times encouraged, the new president as he purged critics of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means. By 1993 DP loyalists and family members held most of the prominent positions in Albania’s ministries, institutes, universities, and state media. Citing the threat of communism’s return, Berisha successfully instilled fear in the population and discredited his rivals. The U.S. embassy in Albania contributed to the polarization of Albanian politics by refusing to meet most of the opposition parties (former communists as well as others) for the first two years of DP rule. This one-sided view of democratization helped Berisha dismantle most political alternatives, some of which were moderate and truly democratic.
    Kritische Fragen, an den US Botschafter Alexander Arvizu, warum er Nichts unternimmt gegen US Betrüger und Politik Verbrecher in Tirana

    NATO Website in 2002 after the Ilir Meta governmet between 1999-End of Januar 2002


    Published on SETimes (

    Fighting Corruption in Albania


    In the battle to combat corruption among Europe’s less developed countries, Albania is known to be facing one of the toughest struggles. The country’s politicians, however, are coming together in a rare show of unity to tackle the problem.

    (ATA, BBC, RFE/RL – 04/03/02; Institute for War and Peace Reporting – 01/02/02; Transparency International: Global Corruption Report 2001)

    Many international organisations have identified corruption as one of the main problems of Albania’s post-communist history. The country, rated Europe’s second-poorest following Moldova, has been urged to intensify its efforts against corruption and the threat it poses to development. Apart from the economic consequences, corruption could also mar Albania’s prospects for EU and NATO integration.

    Recognising the significance of the problem, Albanian politicians have signalled a rare willingness to unite in the name of national interest. The government has consented to an anti-corruption programme proposed by the opposition and to contract a foreign auditing company to inspect the bank accounts of senior politicians and officials, according to a recent report by the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR).

    On the basis of local media reports, IWPR concluded that corruption in Albania was highly evolved and ranged from gifts to politicians such as cars and apartments to smaller cash bribes for lower-level officials. „Millions of dollars disappear through this way of governing, money which could be better used on education, hospitals or energy resources,“ the IWPR quoted independent analyst Fatos Lubonja as saying.

    Pandeli Majko, the new prime minister, has identified the fight against corruption as a top priority of his government. In Lezha on 4 March, he said increasing transparency in the activities of state structures was an obligation of the administration, which, he stressed, was „just a manager but not an owner of the money of the Albanian taxpayers“.

    The Citizen’s Advocacy Office is an NGO established about three months ago to fight corruption at the state level. Kreshnik Spahiu, an attorney who heads the organisation, told Radio Free Europe that his office is recording an average of ten new corruption cases a day and that the scope of submitted complaints and accusations was surprisingly wide. He himself was solicited for a bribe by the state telephone company when he wanted to get new phone lines for his office.

    Zef Preci, a former minister of economy and privatisation, said there was corruption in almost all branches of the state and that it stood behind public fund transfers. For him, corruption was worst in the justice system, and followed by the government and state-controlled structures.

    In Lezha, Prime Minister Majko expressed support for a collaborative effort between politics, „whatever its colours are“, and Albanian citizens. He added, „This is a struggle between the law and anti-law, between progress and regression. Whatever the cost and time it takes, it doesn’t have a chance to fail.“

    30 Aug 2011 / 09:51
    WikiLeaks, Corruption Lost Albania Millions in Aid

    WikiLeaks cables reveal that Tirana lost potential access to hundreds of millions of dollars of US aid due to its corruption and the government’s inability to manage donor funds.

    Besar Likmeta


    Former US ambassador John L Withers | Photo courtesy of the US Embassy Tirana

    Problems with corruption at the highest levels and the Albanian government’s poor administrative capacities convinced US officials to withdraw substantial grants out of fear that the money would be mismanaged, leaked cables show.

    In November 13 2009, a cable from US Ambassador in Tirana John Withers warned the Millennium Challenge Corporation, MCC, that although Albania technically qualified for „compact status“, a classification which allows access to large grants, the embassy had strong reservations about whether Tirana would manage such funds properly.

    “The plain fact… is that corruption in Albania remains endemic and entrenched at all levels of government and society,” Withers wrote.

    “Although prosecutions and convictions of corrupt, mainly lower level government officials have increased in the last two years, there remains a crippling atmosphere of impunity,” Withers added.

    The secret memo is part of about a hundred confidential diplomatic cables from the US embassy in Tirana that WikiLeaks released over the last weekend.

    The Millennium Challenge Corporation is a US aid mechanism created by former president George Bush in 2004. Under the MCC countries are eligible for compacts or aid grants only if they perform well on a scorecard of 17 indicators, compiled by a group of thinks tanks and international organizations like the World Bank, UNESCO, the WHO, IMF and others.


    Despite noting the considerable achievement that the country has made since the collapse of a series of pyramid-like investments schemes in 1997, ambassador Withers expressed strong doubts about delivering substantial aid under the programme.

    “Embassy Tirana urges the MCC Board carefully to consider how this endemic corruption would impact the effectiveness of a compact program in Albania,” Withers wrote to the MCC.

    “Without a tight oversight mechanism, the Embassy cannot be sure that substantial
    amounts of US taxpayer money would not go to wrongful and illegal uses,” he added.

    Map of countries benefiting from MCC grants | Photo courtesy of MCC

    Withers underlined that there was growing credible evidence that the Prime Minister’s  immediate family, senior members of the opposition party, and numerous members of the parliament engaged in corrupt acts on a large scale.

    Apart from the problems with corruption ambassador Withers also highlighted Tirana’s incapacity to manage large funding levels.

    “The government’s ability effectively to budget for, spend and  account for its own funds remains woefully inadequate – not only because of corruption, but because the government lacks the necessary expertise and bureaucratic structures necessary to manage its money in all but the most elementary ways,” Withers said.

    MCC signs either a compact or a threshold agreement with a partner country. A compact is awarded if the country scores highly on the selection criteria indicators. If the country scores poorly but has a positive, upward trend on the selection criteria, it can still be eligible for a smaller grant, called a threshold program.

    Under the MCC Albania received two threshold grants, in 2006 and 2008, worth respectively $13.8 million and $15.7 million. However, in September, 2010 the second threshold grant was forfeited, after the opposition and ruling parties failed to reach a compromise to pass a bill on the new administrative court, which would have been funded under the programme.

    Following the ambassadors’ recommendations Albania was never upgraded by MCC to a compact status, although as the embassy cable admits it has met the technical criteria. Compact status would have given Tirana potential access to grants worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

    For example if MCC’s threshold grant for Moldova was 24.7 million in 2006, when it reached compact status in 2010 it received a grant of $262 million. A full compact funding under the MCC program could have had a considerable impact in Albania, however the former US diplomat notes that the failure to benefit from the funds rests solely with Albania’s government.

    “A full Compact for Albania would at least in theory provide momentum for change in Albania in the areas of poverty reduction and economic development – but only if the program is properly administered, a dubious proposition in the Albania of today,” Withers concluded.


    “A full Compact for Albania would at least in theory provide momentum for change in Albania in the areas of poverty reduction and economic development – but only if the program is properly administered, a dubious proposition in the Albania of today,” Withers concluded.


    “A full Compact for Albania would at least in theory provide momentum for change in Albania in the areas of poverty reduction and economic development – but only if the program is properly administered, a dubious proposition in the Albania of today,” Withers concluded.

    Salih Berisha: is little more than an international criminal conspiracy

    Mafia Clan: Salih Berisha Partia Demokratik

    28.8.2011: Wikileaks: Die Ratten des Salih Berisha – „Die Autobahn der nationalen Korruption“

     USA: Property corruption

    EU Anti-Corruption Requirements: Measuring Progress in Albania, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Turkey

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    Over the years, the EU has developed clear membership requirements for countries desiring to enter the Union. Today these requirements also include meeting certain standards in the areas of anti-corruption and good governance. Although the candidate and potential candidate countries are required to ‘make progress’ in these areas, so far there have been no clear standardised baselines that would allow their progress (or regress) to be monitored.In this regard, Transparency International has Added by Zunia on June 22, 2011“

    25.8.2011: Salih Berisha Mafia: The U.S. failed to criticize:of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means

    Problems between NATO – Albania with the Mafia government from Salih Berisha and Ilir Meta 

    NATO schränkt den Geheimniss Zugang für die Mafia Regierung in Tirana ein – Sekreti, NATO rrit vëzhgimin ndaj Shqipëris렠

    Typical Gangster and Buseness partner from Salih Berisha

    Salih Berisha, immer mit Landesweit bekannten Gangstern unterwegs!

    salih Berisha roja
    Bashkim Ulaj (rechts)
    (Dërguar më: 11/04/11) Tedi Blushi

    Drejtoria e Përgjithshme e Rrugëve ka zhvilluar në datën 8 prill dy tendera. I pari ka qenë ai për ndërtimin e ‘Rrugës së Arbrit’ (segmenti Ura e Brarit – Hyrje tuneli Qafë Murrizë), me fond limit të përcaktuar, vlerën prej 1.945.051.750 lekësh. Ndërsa tenderi i dytë ka pasur për objekt prokurimi sistemim-asfaltimin e rrugës Librazhd-Qafë Stude (loti 3). Fondi limit i përcaktuar ka qenë 1.894.399.110 lekë. Për të mundësuar që të dy këto tendera të fitohen me vlerën e tyre të plotë, nga ana e DPRR-së është vendosur një kriter diskriminues, që aktualisht e plotësojnë vetëm dy firma. Bëhet fjalë për kompanitë “Gener 2” dhe “Victoria Invest”, të cilat dyshohet se janë paracaktuar si fituese.

    aus [16]

    [17] Europol, über die wichtige Rolle, im Drogen und Waffenhandel der Albanischen Politiker und deren Mafia Clans

    20 Militärs wollten mit gefälschten Visa Garantien in die USA. Etliche wurden verweigert, einige brachten dann Original Einladungen von US Militärs, welche sie in Afghanistan kennen lernte. Die Methode ist uralt, und Einige blieben in den USA.


    Wikileaks: Komandot, rrjet mashtrimi me vizat e SHBA
    Wikileaks: Komandot, rrjet mashtrimi me vizat e SHBATIRANE- Komandot shqiptarë të kthyer nga Iraku, u përfshinë në një rrjet mashtrimi me vizat amerikane për të siguruar hyrjen dhe qëndrimin në SHBA. Çështja ka rezultuar tepër shqetësuese për zyrtarët e lartë të ambasadës dhe vetë ambasadorin John Withers, i cili e ka raportuar këtë në Departamentin e Shtetit. Në një kabllogram që daton 19 shkurtin 2009, theksohet se 20 komando shqiptarë aplikuan në ambasadën amerikane në Tiranë për viza turistike, me qëllim që të vizitonin miqtë që kishin njohur ndërsa kryenin shërbimin ushtarak në Irak. Shumë prej tyre paraqitën ftesa nga kontraktorë apo personeli ushtarak amerikan në Irak. Shumë prej tyre vërtetuan se ishin në detyrë dhe kishin marrë autorizim për leje, por asnjë prej tyre nuk është kthyer deri tani në Shqipëri“, thekson mesazhi. Për këtë arsye, ambasada i ka kërkuar ndihmë Departamentit të Shtetit në zgjidhjen e çështjes dhe marrjen e masave parandaluese. 
    Rrjeti i mashtrimit
    Dokumenti thekson se gjatë dy viteve, më shumë se 20 ushtarë kishin aplikuar për viza turistike dhe ambasada ua kishte dhënë për shkak se nuk donte të kishte të bënte me pakënaqësi në momentin kur presidenti Bush të vizitonte Shqipërinë dhe të takohej edhe me komandot shqiptarë“, shkruhet në mesazh. Por, pas rritjes së numrit të kërkesave për viza, disa u refuzuan dhe pas kësaj, komandot shqiptarë nisën të paraqesin ftesa nga punonjës amerikanë. Tetë aplikime u paraqitën në 2007-ën dhe 2008-ën, një nga vizat u anulua dhe një tjetër u kthye mbrapsht. Nga gjashtë aplikantë, tre janë ilegalisht në SHBA sot dhe tre të tjerë kanë aplikuar për të ndryshuar statusin. Disa prej aplikantëve morën ftesë nga shtetasi amerikan Matthew Woodford Vinson III, punonjës në një kompani ushtarake në Mosul, në vitin 2006. Pasi disa viza u refuzuan, komandot nisën të paraqesin kërkesa nga Kendra Evers, një tjetër punonjëse e personalit ushtarak në Irak. Nga komandot shqiptarë, Mirjan Xhixha është ilegalisht në SHBA, pasi paraqiti një ftesë nga Vinson, ndërsa Alfred Dani hyri në SHBA pasi iu refuzuar kërkesa e parë për vizë. Edhe Alban Kadhe paraqiti një ftesë nga Vinson në nëntor të 2007-ës, duke siguruar vizë tremujore. Gentian Noka siguroi vizën në janar të 2008-ës, pasi paraqiti ftesën e Vinson. Ai tha se kishte gruan shtatzënë dhe do të kthehej shpejt, ndërsa punonjësi i sektorit konsullor verifikoi lejen e tij nga ushtria. Ai ka hyrë në SHBA dhe ende është atje ilegalisht. 
    Vërejtje ushtrisë
    Po ashtu, Ervin Korrës iu dha një vizë tremujore në gusht 2007 për të vizituar hallën e tij në Bruklin. Ai tha se kishte një muaj leje, por qëndroi atje dhe tentoi të ndryshonte statusin në prill 2008. Në janar të 2008-ës, motra e tij, Valbona Korra dhe bashkëshorti i saj nuk morën dot viza për ta vizituar atë. Një tjetër ushtar komando, Blerim Xhaja, ka aplikuar dy herë për të vizituar anëtarët e familjes Korra në Bruklin. Dyshohet se martesa e tij me Christina Paone për ndryshimin e statusit është një mashtrim dhe familjarët nuk dinin gjë për këtë kur aplikuan për viza. Edhe Ajet Aruçi, pasi siguroi një vizë me qëllim që të vizitonte Kendra Evers në shtetin e Uashingtonit, hyri në SHBA më 18 shkurt 2008 dhe nuk u largua më. Ai tentoi të ndryshonte statusin dhe ndjek Universitetin e Nju Jorkut. E“Matthew Vinson dhe Kendra Evers i kanë ndihmuar këta ushtarë të marrin viza, që më pas të hyjnë dhe të sigurojnë strehim në SHBA“, thekson kabllogrami. Ambasada ka kërkuar hetimin e të dy shtetasve amerikanë për aktiviteteve të dyshimta, ndërsa ka kërkuar që ushtrisë shqiptare t’i dërgohet një mesazh, në mënyrë që të parandalohen aplikimet e tjera të gënjeshtërta.


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    Immer peinlicher wird es für die US Botschafter, welche vor Ort waren! Sehr schwache Depeschen und Informationen, welche vo Marizo Lino stammen. Die hatte keine Ahnung und ihre Partner waren Stadt bekannte Ganoven.

    Immerhin schreibt sie über Fatos Nano, das Christopher Hill, der auch den Kosovo Krieg organisierte mit seinem Assistenten Philip T. Reeker (taucht nun wieder als Versager auch in Mazedonien wieder im Balkan auf) und der damalige US Botschafter William Ryerson, verbockte von Beginn an Alles. Er stiftete Salih Berisha an, Fatos Nano ins Gefängnis zustecken, weil er die Rückkehr der Kommunisten fürchtete und sah über alle Verbrechen und dem total undemokratischen Mafiösen System des Salih Berisha hinweg.

    Der Balkan Terrorist und Null Resultat US Diplomat Philip T. Reeker kehrt zurück


    NATO partners: As expected, widespread racist murders in Libya at the hands of rebel forces revealed

      As expected, widespread racist murders in Libya at the hands of rebel forces revealed

    Madison Ruppert
    Aug 28, 2011

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      The mainstream media is already engaging in widespread damage control in an attempt to mitigate the fallout of the reality of the situation in Libya and the withering NATO-sponsored narrative of post-Gaddafi Libya.

      They are called “Gaddafi loyalists”, “Sub-Saharan mercenaries” and other phrases all pointing to the unfortunate reality that every single black person is now considered by the rebels to be a mercenary hired by Gaddafi.

      The Libyan rebels and those carrying water for them in the Western media are now attempting to conceal the fact that they are now committing crimes against humanity in the active targeting of innocent black Libyans.

      Some call the attacks “reprisals” or “revenge,” but in reality they are hateful murders carried out by the al Qaeda-affiliated, Western backed and trained rebels.

      These killings are irrefutably tied to the wildly racist and wholly unfounded claims that Gaddafi hired Sub-Saharan African mercenaries to murder his own people during the uprising.

      Unfortunately for the painfully ignorant rebels and their Western compatriots, this is simply not true and has never been verified in any way.

    • …………………
    • One must wonder who is directing these operations on the ground and perpetuating these myths. Could it be the many Anglo-American Special Forces troops that are admittedly on the ground in Arab disguises?One cannot say that this is occurring with any amount of certainty, but one can say, based on historical precedent that this is likely the case. Take, for instance, in 2005 when undercover British soldiers were arrested by Iraqi police for allegedly murdering an Iraqi policeman. This is just one ofmany examples of similar events occurring in Iraq and elsewhere to raise tensions and destabilize the region.While there is currently no evidence that proves foreign agents are behind inciting this racist violence, one can safely say that based on the past it would be hard to imagine that Western forces are not encouraging such actions.The British news organization the Independent has published an article today that revealed some of the instances of this tragic race-based violence in Libya.
    • A d v e r t i s e m e n t

    One man named Ahmed Bin Sabri told the Independent as he pulled back a tent flap, “Come and see. These are blacks, Africans, hired by Gaddafi, mercenaries.”


    • As I covered in my article about the “waves of disinformation” emanating out of Libya, even the New York Times now is forced to admit that there is no substantiation for the claims whatsoever.

      Libyan rebels Killing Black Gaddafi Supporters

      Washington Post | A few minutes’ drive from the fire station, at least 15 bodies, most of them Gaddafi’s black African supporters, lay rotting in the sun at a traffic junction outside his Bab al-Aziziyah complex.

      Banned: ‘Taliban Hunting Club’ badges worn by UK troops in Afghanistan


      UK Daily Mail
      Aug 28, 2011

      British soldiers in Afghanistan have been banned from wearing skull-and-crossbones badges on their uniforms that declare ‘Death To The Taliban’ and proclaim membership of a ‘Taliban Hunting Club’.

      The unofficial stick-on badges are now a cult accessory among British troops fighting Taliban insurgents.

      But senior Army officers visiting Helmand province in southern Afghanistan – where most UK troops are based – have ordered them to be removed because they are deemed ‘politically insensitive’.

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      Commanders were said to be particularly worried about the repercussions if any of the estimated 600 soldiers wearing one of the fabric badges accidentally shot a civilian in the heat of battle.

      Full article here


      Serbians held by Libyan rebels transported to Zintan

      Tuesday 30.08.2011 | 09:41 |  TRIPOLI — Five Serbian citizens who were taken prisoner by Libyan rebels were transported to the town of Zintan on Tuesday, 150 km from Tripoli, „for security reasons“

    Rebells, shoting, unarmed people dead

    New Gaddafi Video? Footage Purportedly Shows Late Libyan Leader After His Death (GRAPHIC)

    Posted: 07/16/2012 5:16 pm Updated: 07/18/2012 5:30 pm


    Dyncorp and Halliburton Sex Slave Scandal Won’t Go Away

    Dyncorp and Halliburton Sex Slave Scandal Won’t Go Away
    Halliburton, Dyncorp lobbyists stall law banning human trafficking and sex slavery

    Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | January 1 2006

    Almost a year after Representative Cynthia McKinney was told by Donald Rumsfeld that it was not the policy of the Bush administration to reward companies that engage in human trafficking with government contracts, the scandal continues to sweep up innocent children who are sold into a life of slavery at the behest of Halliburton subsidiaries , Dyncorp and other transnational corporations with close ties to the establishment elite.

    On March 11th 2005, McKinney grilled Secretary Rumsfeld and General Myers on the Dyncorp scandal.

    „Mr. Secretary, I watched President Bush deliver a moving speech at the United Nations in September 2003, in which he mentioned the crisis of the sex trade. The President called for the punishment of those involved in this horrible business. But at the very moment of that speech, DynCorp was exposed for having been involved in the buying and selling of young women and children. While all of this was going on, DynCorp kept the Pentagon contract to administer the smallpox and anthrax vaccines, and is now working on a plague vaccine through the Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program. Mr. Secretary, is it [the] policy of the U.S. Government to reward companies that traffic in women and little girls?“

    The response and McKinney’s comeback was as follows.

    Rumsfeld: „Thank you, Representative. First, the answer to your first question is, is, no, absolutely not, the policy of the United States Government is clear, unambiguous, and opposed to the activities that you described. The second question.“

    McKinney: „Well how do you explain the fact that DynCorp and its successor companies have received and continue to receive government contracts?“

    Rumsfeld: „I would have to go and find the facts, but there are laws and rules and regulations with respect to government contracts, and there are times that corporations do things they should not do, in which case they tend to be suspended for some period; there are times then that the – under the laws and the rules and regulations for the – passed by the Congress and implemented by the Executive branch – that corporations can get off of – out of the penalty box if you will, and be permitted to engage in contracts with the government. They’re generally not barred in perpetuity.“

    McKinney: „This contract – this company – was never in the penalty box.“

    Rumsfeld: „I’m advised by DR. Chu that it was not the corporation that was engaged in the activities you characterized but I’m told it was an employee of the corporation, and it was some years ago in the Balkans that that took place.“

    Watch the video here.

    Rumsfeld’s effort to shift the blame away from the hierarchy at Dyncorp and onto the Dyncorp employees was a blatant attempt to hide the fact that human trafficking and sex slavery is a practice condoned by companies like Dyncorp and Halliburton subsidiaries like KBR.

    What else are we to assume in light of recent revelations cited in the Chicago Tribune that Halliburton subsidiary KBR and Dyncorp lobbyists are working in tandem with the Pentagon to stall legislation that would specifically ban trafficking in humans for forced labor and prostitution by U.S. contractors?

    Three years has now elapsed since President Bush’s promise to bring an end to this disgrace and the Pentagon is still yet to actually bar the practice.

    And the employees themselves that are burned for blowing the whistle, like Kathryn Bolkovac who was sacked for reporting on Dyncorp officials who were involved in the Bosnian sex trade.

    Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is one of very few representatives in high office aside from Cynthia McKinney to demand answers on this issue.

    We applaud Blagojevich’s eforts. The iron curtain of official denial and soft-peddling is falling down.

    What has happened to the children who were sold into slavery and forced to satisfy the demands of sick pedophiles working on behalf of the US government?

    Where were the investigations and convictions in other cases of establishment orchestrated child slavery and prostitution? Like the NATO officials responsible for the mushrooming of child prostitution in Kosovo?

    What happened to UN officials identified as using a ship charted for ‚peacekeepers‘ to bring young girls from Thailand to East Timor as prostitutes?


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    Reuters, August 02, 2011
    Whistleblower’s tale has no Hollywood ending

    By Christine Kearney
    NEW YORK (Reuters) – For whistleblower Kathy Bolkovac, life hasn’t exactly turned out like it did for Erin Brockovich.

    Some audiences seeing a new film, „The Whistleblower“ based on former international law enforcement official Bolkovac, might think justice was served as she battled government organizations to expose human trafficking in Bosnia.

    But others watching the movie, which opens in the United States on Friday, might think differently when they find out what happened to Bolkovac in the aftermath of her work, especially if comparing Bolkovac to Brockovich.

    When Hollywood-backed „Erin Brockovich“ hit theaters in 2000 with its tale of a real-life law clerk who took on giant U.S. utility Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the real Erin Brockovich found fame and fortune.

    Bolkovac told Reuters she has been turned down for jobs at various police and security companies. She now works at an auctioneer of construction equipment in The Netherlands.

    „I have a real life and a real job which I have to work really hard at,“ she said of her work at Richie Brothers Auctioneers. At night, she lobbies politicians to „try and keep my law enforcement background in there, because that’s really who I am at heart — a cop.“

    „The Whistleblower,“ which stars Rachel Weisz as Bolkovac, is based on her story as former policewoman from Nebraska who gets a job with the international peacekeeping force to rebuild post-war Bosnia in 1999. Once there, she exposes a crime ring that includes U.N. and U.S. State Department officers and is involved in holding girls aged 12- to 15-years-old as sex slaves and trafficking them throughout Eastern Europe.

    The film also highlights wider issues, such as police corruption and problems with defense contractors hired to help fight wars or rebuild countries.

    The low-budget thriller is inspired by Bolkovac’s life, which she also wrote about in a book of the same name following the film, but the new movie changes details of her background and combines the personalities of several real people into composite characters. Others are real, such as Madeleine Rees (Vanessa Redgrave), who was then the head of the Women’s Rights and Gender Unit.

    Bolkovac was fired from her peacekeeping job and was then without a job for two years, lost her police retirement funds and had to re-educate herself for new work because returning to the U.S. to resume a career as a local cop would have been „a step back.“

    „It’s been very difficult for the past ten years,“ Bolkovac said. „It is really emotional to me when I stop and think about it. I probably have broken down and cried about it a few times when it has been really overwhelming.“

    Weisz called Bolkovac „a contemporary hero“.

    „Kathy just says ‚I was a police officer. I was trying to investigate a crime.‘ But she seems to be one of the only ones who had the courage to do what she did,“ Weisz told Reuters in a separate interview. „I just find that very moving.“

    But Bolkovac, who is of Croatian descent, said she is not looking for praise or riches. She hopes to fulfill what she calls her „social responsibility“ and go back to full-time monitoring and training international police forces.

    „I was never in this for the money,“ said the mother of three. „I was doing my job and that is all I was there to do…it’s just who I am.“

    As for being compared to Erin Brockovich, Bolkovac said „people keep saying, ‚well she’s a hero.‘ The real heroes are the victims and the survivors,“ she said. „They are the girls that were there (in Bosnia) to try and change their lives and got taken into this industry and organized crime.“

    U.S. stalls on human trafficking

    Pentagon has yet to ban contractors from using forced labor


    The UK sex slaves
    Brit girl: ‚My six months of agony as Albanian villain’s £25-a-time hooker‘
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    But a Sun investigation has uncovered it is still rife in the UK in the form of human trafficking. It is the fastest-growing form of organised crime. Men, women and children are being tricked or forced from their communities in Britain for slave labour, including the sex trade.

    The crime, now second only to the drugs trade in profitability, generates up to £7.5million annually. A 40-strong police squad SCD9 has been set up to fight it.

    Here, we meet a British trafficking victim and speak to officers and campaigners battling the evil trade.

    DESPERATE Sophie Hayes steadied her shaking hand to dial her mum’s mobile number and stammered through swollen lips: „How’s Auntie Linda?“

    To the unknowing hospital staff it seemed an odd choice of conversation given the severity of her own situation.

    But the 24-year-old’s mother knew it was their secret code that spelled: „H-E-L-P! I’m in grave danger.“

    Mum Melanie and stepdad Steve made the nerve-wracking 700-mile journey from Leeds to Milan, Italy.

    They knew instinctively it was no gap year gone wrong.

    Sophie had fallen into the clutches of an evil human trafficker and was in hospital after months of abuse.

    The handsome Albanian who had swept her off her feet in a Leeds club six years previously was not the caring boyfriend who promised an exciting new life abroad.

    The 6ft 2ins predator, known only as Kastriot, was part of a multi-million pound gang who traded in human flesh.

    He sold Sophie time and again as a sex slave.

    Privately-educated Sophie, now 29, says: „I never believed that this could happen to someone in this day and age.

    „Our life growing up was fairly normal. My brothers and sisters and I had a good upbringing being in a big family.

    „We grew up in a five-bedroom detached house, went to private schools. I never even thought about the murky side of life. Prostitution didn’t even exist in my world. But then I met Kas.

    „Now I realise he began grooming me from the moment our eyes met. I was at a low point and so he offered himself up as my saviour.“

    Kas moved to northern Italy but the pair kept in touch. Six years later, he invited her on holiday. She recalls: „Kas was funny and charming. I began to see him as a boyfriend.“

    But on the third day of the trip, Kas revealed he was not an IT expert as he claimed — but a drug dealer with a fake passport who owed £100,000 to gangsters over a bungled deal.

    He told Sophie he had brought her to Italy to sell her body to pay off his debts.

    Sophie says: „I tried to tell myself it was all some elaborately cruel joke.“

    Her protests were met with a blow to the head and a more sinister threat.

    Die Montenegro Dukanovic Mafia und die Presse: Morde und man brennt Redaktionen nieder

     Es gibt etliche ungeklärte Journalisten Morde in Montenegro, Angriffe gegen Journalisten und nun brennt man halt gleich eine ganze Redaktion nieder. Nichts Neues, im von US Spinnern und Gernot Erler / Steinmeier Schrott aufgebauten Mafia Staat.


    Montenegrin daily’s vehicle set on fire

    PODGORICA — Podgorica-based daily Vijesti’s van was set on fire early on Saturday, the daily has stated.


    This is the third time this summer that the daily’s vehicles were set on fire.

    On July 14-15 two of the daily’s vehicles completely burned down near Vijesti’s headquarters.

    According to the announcement, the car’s engine, windshield and dashboard were ruined in the last night’s fire.

    The firemen had arrived to the scene immediately after the fire was reported by citizens.

    Vijesti Editor in Chief Mihailo Jovović has assessed that this was “a terrorist act against the media”.

    Jovović also believes that the incident has to do with Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (DPS) leader Milo Đukanović’s statement about the media who criticize the Montenegrin government.

    Đukanović told Belgrade-based TV station Košava that he did not read news articles that criticize him and his family anymore.

    Latest attack against Montenegrin daily condemned

    Tuesday 30.08.2011 | 12:16 | Source: SEEMO | VIENNA — A regional Vienna-based media organization has condemned the latest attack against the property belonging to the Montenegrin daily Vijesti.

    Kosovo Einwanderer in der Schweiz: Bildungsstand: gering, primitiv, kriminell und dumm!

    Das die Kosovaren, die Nord Albananer, aber auch aus dem Raum Kumanova, Tetova, ganz einfach zu blöde sind zum arbeiten und deshalb nur vom Drogenhandel, oder als Zuhälter leben ist jedem Sozial Amt bekannt. Bekannte Beispiele für primitive, dumme Gestalten sind: Salih Berisha, Ilir Meta, Hashim Thaci, Ramuz – Daut Haradinaj, Ali Ahmeti, um nur sehr Wenige Namen zu nennen. Diese extrem primitiven Gestalten, weit zurück noch hinter Taliban und primitiven Stämmen Afrikas, kennen nur ihr Clan System, und lehnen jedes Gesetz ab.

    «Die brauchen das irgendwie»

    Zwei erschossene Frauen, ein Mann mit aufgeschnittener Kehle an einem Tag: In beiden Fällen waren die Täter Kosovaren. Natürlich sind nicht alle in der Schweiz lebenden Kosovo-Albaner kriminell, aber eben doch eine beträchtliche Minderheit. Was sind die Gründe?

    Von Andreas Kunz, Christoph Landolt

    Alles nur Einzelfälle? Viele der rund 170 000 kosovarischen Zuwanderer integrieren sich nicht. Bilder: Joan Vicent Canto Roig (Getty)


    In diesem Postkarten-Idyll mit den kantigen Bergen, den dichten Wäldern und klaren Seen kann man sich die brutale Tat, die sich im Berner Lauterbrunnental vor dem Restaurant «Waldrand» abspielte, kaum vorstellen. Die kosovarischen Brüder Rasim, 31, und Jeton, 33, steigen aus dem Taxi, beschimpfen die Gäste als «Scheiss-Schweizer» und «Drecks­pack» – und dann schlitzt Rasim dem 45-jährigen ehemaligen Schwinger Kari Zingrich mit einem Messer von hinten die Kehle auf.

    Weniger Glück als Zingrich, der den Angriff knapp überlebt, hat gleichentags in Pfäffikon ZH die 48-jährige Sozialarbeiterin Daniela H. Sie wird auf offener Strasse vom 60-jährigen kosovarischen IV-Rentner Shani S. erschossen. Zuvor hatte der Mann bereits seine Ehefrau umgebracht. Der Polizei sagt er, er habe die Scheidung verhindern wollen – und von der Sozialarbeiterin verlangte er mehr Geld.

    Zwei Gräueltaten an einem Tag. Beide verübt von Kosovaren, die seit Jahrzehnten in der Schweiz leben. Es sind nicht die ersten Fälle, mit denen kosovarische Zuwanderer für Schlagzeilen sorgten. In Erinnerung bleibt Gani L., der kürzlich in Einsiedeln seine Tochter erschoss. Oder Ded Gecaj, der in St. Gallen den Lehrer seiner Tochter tötete. Oder der Kickboxer und «Parkplatzmörder» Bashkim Berisha. Oder Raser Amir B. («Ich baue lieber einen Unfall, als ein Rennen zu verlieren.»).

    Kein Jahr vergeht, ohne dass es irgendwo zu einer schrecklichen Tat kommt. Einige waren in geringerem Ausmass vielleicht schon selber betroffen – mindestens kennt heute jeder jemanden, der schon schlechte Erfahrungen mit Kosovaren gemacht hat. Im Ausgang, in der Schule, auf der Strasse. Sind dies alles Einzelfälle? Oder warum haben es auffallend viele der rund 170 000 kosovarischen Zuwanderer auch nach Jahrzehnten nicht geschafft, sich zu integrieren, wie es andere Ausländer erfolgreich vorgemacht haben?

    Ungebildete, junge Männer

    Shani S. aus Pfäffikon und Rachman R., der ­Vater der Brüder Rasim und Jeton, waren in den siebziger Jahren in die Schweiz gekommen. Wie Tausende andere, die damals als «jugo­slawische» Gastarbeiter willkommen waren. Mit einem Saisonnierstatut arbeiteten sie neun Monate pro Jahr in der Landwirtschaft, der Industrie oder auf dem Bau und kehrten für drei Monate zu ihren Familien zurück auf den Balkan. Es waren meist ungebildete, junge Männer aus ländlichen Gebieten – und ihre Zahl stieg kontinuierlich an. Das Saisonnierstatut war ökonomisch betrachtet zwar clever. Bald aber verwandelte es sich in eine Einbahnstrasse für unqualifizierte, schlecht integrierbare Zuwanderer aus einer der rückständigsten Re­gionen Europas.

    Es war nicht ein Vergehen der Ausländer, sondern ein Fehler der Behörden, dass die meisten Gastarbeiter eine dauerhafte Aufenthaltsbewilligung bekamen, als das Saisonnierstatut Ende der achtziger Jahre abgeschafft wurde. Denn damit verbunden war auch das Recht auf Familiennachzug. Die Männer holten nun ihre Frauen, Söhne und Töchter in die Schweiz. Oft waren es kinderreiche Familien, die kamen, und innert kürzester Zeit hatte sich die Zahl der Albaner in der Schweiz verdreifacht. Wie es in einer aktuellen, umfangreichen Studie des Bundesamts für Migration (BfM) über die kosovarischen Zuwanderer heisst, geschah dieser Nachzug «oft überstürzt». Mit ihren Löhnen konnten die Väter ihre Grossfamilien nicht versorgen. Und da die Ehefrauen meist nicht mal die Grundschule abgeschlossen hatten, fanden sie höchstens ­eine Stelle als Putzfrau.

    Es war die Zeit, in der die Kosovaren zum ersten Mal für negative Schlagzeilen sorgten. Viele von ihnen begannen, von der Sozialhilfe zu leben – andere, oft Minderjährige, wurden aktiv im Drogenhandel, in dem albanische Netzwerke in den neunziger Jahren die dominierende Rolle spielten. Bis zu neunzig Prozent des geschmuggelten Heroins kam damals über das Kosovo, Mazedonien und Albanien in die Schweiz. Ihre Kontrolle über die Szene übten sie mit zuvor nicht gekannter Brutalität aus.

    Verdreifachung der Delikte

    Als Ende der Neunziger weitere 50 000 Kosovaren als Kriegsflüchtlinge vorübergehend in die Schweiz kamen, stiegen die Gewaltdelikte massiv an. Gemäss einer Studie der Schweizerischen Unfallversicherungsanstalt Suva verdreifachten sich zwischen 1997 und 2005 die Zahl der «Unfälle» durch Gewalteinwirkung, wie Rauferei, Streit, Überfälle und kriminelle Handlungen bei jungen Männern. In der Kriminalitätsstatistik führt die Gruppe «Serbien, Montenegro und Kosovo» (eine feinere Unterteilung machen die Statistiker nicht) die Rangliste der kriminellsten Ausländergruppen bis heute an. 2010 verübten Einwanderer aus diesen Ländern 5297 Verstösse gegen das Strafgesetzbuch (Diebstahl, Körperverletzung, Mord etc.). Durchschnittlich werden Serben, Montenegriner und Kosovaren 3,1-mal öfter straffällig als Schweizer. Bei diesem Spitzenwert sind die Delikte der vielen Eingebürgerten nicht einberechnet, und er wird nur noch von Zuwanderern aus afrikanischen Staaten geschlagen.

    Auch Rasim R., der Messerschlitzer aus dem Berner Oberland, war vor seiner brutalen Tat bereits gewalttätig geworden. Laut Blick verprügelte er mehrfach seine Ehefrau und musste 2006 für sieben Monate ins Gefängnis – ebenfalls wegen einer Messerattacke. Mit elf Jahren war er in die Schweiz gekommen. Der Vater ­arbeitete als Strassenbauer, die Mutter als Zimmermädchen in einem Hotel. Rasim fängt eine Lehre als Spengler an – und bricht sie drei Monate vor dem Abschluss ab, wie sein damaliger Chef dem Blick erzählte. «Er wollte in den Krieg ziehen, doch im Kosovo haben sie ihn nur ausgelacht und wieder zurück in die Schweiz geschickt», sagte sein ehemaliger ­Arbeitskollege. Bei den Kosovaren im Berner Oberland sind Rasim und sein Bruder Jeton bestens bekannt – und gefürchtet. Eine junge Kosovarin, die als Verkäuferin in einem Haushaltswarengeschäft arbeitet, erzählt von ihrem Bruder, der am Tag vor Rasims Messerattacke fast selbst von ihm verletzt worden sei. «Die brauchen das irgendwie», sagt die Landsfrau. Ihren Namen will sie nicht in der Zeitung ­lesen, weil sie Angst hat, dass sich Rasim und Jeton an ihr oder sogar an ihrer Familie rächen könnten.

    Warum die beiden Brüder an diesem Montagabend aus dem Taxi stürmten und die Gäste der Beiz als «Scheiss-Schweizer» beschimpften, können die Kosovaren in Interlaken nicht begreifen. Sie sind wütend auf den Täter, der Vorfall ist ihnen unangenehm und peinlich. Es gebe doch Tausende ihrer Landsleute, die sich bestens integriert hätten in der Schweiz, sagen sie. Wie zum Beispiel der jüngere Bruder von Rasim und Jeton. Der 23-jährige Mustaf R. gelte als tüchtig und anständig, arbeite in einem der Nobelhotels in der Gegend und habe das Schweizer Bürgerrecht verliehen bekommen.

    Die Familie R. wohnt in einem Block in der ­Nähe des Grand Hotel Beau Rivage in Inter­laken. An der Haustüre hängt eine Kuhglocke mit der Aufschrift «Switzerland». Vater und Mutter wollen nicht über die Tat ihres Sohnes reden, nachdem sie dem Blick bereits Auskunft gegeben haben («Ich entschuldige mich bei ­allen Schweizern für meinen Sohn»). Die ­kosovarischen Nachbarn erzählen die gleiche Geschichte, die bereits die junge Verkäuferin gehört hat: Vor seiner Tat sei Rasim, der von der Fürsorge und Gelegenheitsjobs lebte, auf dem Sozialamt gewesen und habe Geld gefordert. Erfolglos. «Vielleicht wurde er deswegen aggressiv», sagt ein Nachbar.

    Es wäre eine erschreckende Parallele zur Bluttat in Pfäffikon, wo der Täter ebenfalls zur Waffe griff, nachdem ihm ein höheres Sozialgeld verweigert wurde. 7,4 Prozent aller Ausländer der Gruppe «Serbien, Montenegro und Kosovo» werden von der Sozialhilfe unterstützt. Bei den Schweizern liegt die Quote bei 2,3 Prozent. Ebenso deutlich sind die Unterschiede bei der Arbeitslosenquote. Mit 7,5 Prozent führen die Serben, Montenegriner und Kosovaren die Rangliste vor allen anderen Ausländergruppen an. Die Arbeitslosenquote in der Gesamtschweiz liegt aktuell bei 2,8 Prozent. Nicht einberechnet sind in diesen Zahlen die Tausende Asylbewerber aus dem Kosovo. Deshalb dürften die tatsächlichen Quoten noch viel höher sein.

    Selbst als Fürsorgeabhängiger mit einem monatlichen Einkommen von ein paar tausend Franken lohnt sich ein Verbleib in der Schweiz allemal: Im Kosovo liegen die Durchschnittslöhne bei rund 300 Euro. Ein Drittel der Bevölkerung verdient täglich weniger als zwei Euro. Wer sozialhilfeabhängig ist, erhält monatlich — wenn überhaupt — 40 Euro ausbezahlt.

    Bildungsstand: gering

    Ob Kriminalitätsrate, Arbeitslosen-, IV- oder Sozialhilfequote: Das Phänomen der besonders auffälligen Kosovaren erklären Soziologen gerne mit der Diskriminierung, die Ein­wanderer in der Schweiz erlebten. Tatsächlich werden Kosovaren bei der Lehrstellensuche bisweilen aufgrund ihres Namens abgelehnt. Ist das ein Grund, um gewalttätig zu werden? Martin Killias, Kriminologe an der Universität Zürich, widerspricht. «Diese Deutung, so beliebt sie auch sein mag, ist empirisch widerlegt.» Killias verweist auf Studien über Italiener, die in den sechziger Jahren in die Schweiz einwanderten. Obwohl auch diese Gruppe mit Diskriminierung kämpfte, war ihre Straffälligkeit nicht signifikant höher.

    Ebenso wenig gilt der Opfermythos für die hohe Arbeitslosen- und Sozialquote. Diese sind zu einem grossen Teil mit dem geringen Bildungsstand zu erklären, den die Kosovaren – im Vergleich zu anderen Ausländergruppen —selbst in der zweiten Generation immer noch besitzen. Gemäss BfM-Studie verfügen sie «über weniger formale Qualifikationen» und sind im hiesigen Bildungssystem «eher schlecht ­situiert». Nur vier Prozent aller Kosovaren ­machen heute die Matura (bei den Schweizern sind es 22 Prozent). Rund die Hälfte hat als höchste Ausbildung die obligatorische Schule besucht (Schweizer: 18 Prozent). 15 Prozent ­aller kosovarischen Knaben besuchen Sonderschulen, bei den Mädchen sind es 11 Prozent. Dieser Anteil ist dreimal höher als bei Schweizer Kindern. Selbst in der BfM-Studie, in der es an politischer Korrektheit nicht mangelt, heisst es dazu: «Der soziale Aufstieg von der ersten zur zweiten Generation ist bisher bescheiden geblieben.» Derweil erhöht sich laufend die Zahl der delinquierenden albanischstämmigen Jugendlichen, die in Heimen platziert werden müssen und den Staat täglich eine vierstellige Summe kosten.

    Hausbau statt Schule

    Dabei gab es unzählige sonderpädagogische Massnahmen, mit denen der Bund, NGO, die Schulen, Gemeinden, Verbände und sogar ­kosovarische Organisationen die albanischsprechenden Kinder fördern wollten – gebracht haben die wenigsten etwas. Die BfM-Experten schreiben in ihrer Studie, dass die «zahlreichen Unterstützungsangebote» für die kosovarischen Kinder und Jugendlichen «nicht ausreichend» genutzt würden. Dass Bildung für Kosovaren offenbar ein nicht allzu hohes Gut ist, zeigen zwei Beispiele. Um den Kindern zuerst ihre Muttersprache beizubringen, wurden sogenannte HSK-Kurse organisiert («Kurse für heimatliche Sprache und ­Kultur»). Nur rund zehn Prozent aller Albanisch sprechenden Kinder und Jugendlichen machten von diesem Gratisangebot Gebrauch. Damit gehören sie zu den Ausländergruppen mit dem tiefsten Anteil an HSK-Absolventen.

    Gemäss BfM-Studie werden von den geschätzten 500 Millionen Franken und Euro, die die kosovarische Diaspora vor allem aus Deutschland und der Schweiz ihren Verwandten jährlich ins Heimatland überweisen, gerade einmal drei Prozent für Bildung ausgegeben. Viermal mehr wird in den Hausbau investiert. Noch immer ist vielen Vätern wichtiger, dass ihr Sohn in der Heimat ein eigenes Heim besitzt, als dass er in der Schweiz eine anständige Ausbildung bekommt.

    Es ist unbestritten, dass die Kosovaren in ­allen Negativstatistiken einen Spitzenplatz belegen. Sie stellen die Schweiz vor die grösste Herausforderung ihrer Migrationsgeschichte. Ihre Zahl nimmt weiter zu. Jedes Jahr wandern rund 4000 neue «Serben, Montenegriner und Kosovaren» im Rahmen des Familiennachzugs ein. Gegen 1500 stellen jährlich ein Asylgesuch. Über 10 000 werden jedes Jahr eingebürgert, Tendenz steigend. Rund neunzig Prozent der hier ansässigen Kosovaren sind Muslime. Der grösste Teil ist zwischen 20 und 29 Jahre alt, ein Drittel ist sogar jünger als 18. Die Geburtenrate der Kosovarinnen war mit 2,6 Prozent in den letzten Jahren fast doppelt so hoch wie diejenige der Schweizerinnen.

    Berüchtigtes Gewohnheitsrecht

    Unklar bleibt, wie stark sich die Kosovaren auch künftig ihren Traditionen, ihrer Kultur und vor allem dem Kanun, dem berüchtigten albanischen Gewohnheitsrecht mit der Blut­rache und den patriarchalischen Regeln, verpflichtet fühlen. Laut einer Studie der Schweizerischen Flüchtlingshilfe spielt der Kanun weiterhin «eine nicht zu unterschätzende ­Rolle im Alltag vieler Menschen». Die meisten Kosovaren werden in ihrem Leben weder straffällig noch fürsorgeabhängig. Es genügt eine (relativ grosse) Minderheit, die die Schweizer Werte und Rechtsordnung missachtet, um mit ihren Taten nicht zuletzt ihren Landsleuten grossen Schaden zuzufügen.


    Man hat keine Kultur, noch Bildung und Ehre und Gastfreundschaft, sind ein Fremdwort, wenn man andere Clan Kulturen vergleicht.
    Raub- Plünderungs Tradition ist die Ehre einer Familie, wobei man vor Mord nicht zurückschreckt.

    Revista „Die Weltwoche“ i quan shqiptarët „kriminelë“

    Publikuar: 26.08.2011 – 13:05

    Bernë, 26 gusht  – Revista javore zvicerane „Die Weltwoche“, e njohur për qëndrimin e refuzues ndaj të huajve, e ka botuar dje një shkrim të gjatë kritik, madje edhe fyes, për komunitetin kosovar në Zvicër. Ky titull, me titull „Kosovarët kriminelë“, i botuar në ballinën e revistës, e shtron pyetjen se a ishin „vetëm raste të izoluara“ dy aktet e fundit kriminale protagonistë të të cilave ishin shqiptarët e Kosovës. „Dy gra të vrara, një burrë i prerë në fyt brenda një dite: në të dyja rastet dorasit ishin kosovarë. Natyrisht, nuk janë kriminelë të gjithë shqiptarët e Kosovës që jetojnë në Zvicër, por megjithatë, një pakicë e konsiderueshme është“, shkruan revista „Weltwoche“ njofton QIK-u.

    „Nuk shkon viti pa ndodhur gjithandej ndonjë veprim i tmerrshëm“, shkruan kjo revistë. „Së paku secili e njeh dikë që ka pasur përvoja të këqija me kosovarët. A janë të gjitha këto raste të izoluara? Ose, përse së tepërmi shumë prej rreth 170.000 kosovarëve që jetojnë në Zvicër, edhe pas dekadave, nuk ia kanë dalë të integrohen, ashtu siç kanë bërë me sukses të huajt e tjerë?“ Në vazhdim revista shkruan mjaft gjerësisht për historinë e emigrimit të shqiptarëve të Kosovës në Zvicër. Po ashtu, shkruan për akte të rënda kriminale të kosovarëve, duke theksuar se ata e vënë Zvicrën para sfidës së përballimit të emigracionit.


    Morde, über Morde, vor allem innerhalb Familien, wo wohl ein Familien Teil die Gelder der Migranten Familie unterschlagen hat, bzw. durch Dummheit in falsche Geschäfte investierte.

    Höhepunkt ist aber, das man Auto Unfälle wie hier gestern provozierte und dann den Cousin, mit Waffe erschiesst. Lange nicht mehr vorgekommen seit dem Chaos in 1997-98, wo man mit der Waffe Auto Unfälle regelte. Bei Vore, direkt an der Autobahn Durres-Tirana, wo sich besonders viele primitive Familien niedergelassen haben. Der Täter Gazment Çeka, wurde festgenommen. Schusswaffen in Autos und bei den Fahrern wird nicht mehr kontrolliert, das gehört zur Kultur inzwischen, das man mit dem Auto zu Raubzügen fährt.

    Kapet Gazment Çeka, ekzekutoi kushëririn duke provokuar aksident me makinë
    Transmetuar me: e Premte, 26 Gusht 2011 11:20

    Tiranë, 26 gusht 2011, NOA/ Arjola Ymeraj- Ngjarja e rëndë e cila ndodhi pak para mesnatës së djeshme në rrugën dytësore të autostradës Tiranë- Durrës, tashmë e ka autorin e saj mbrapa hekurave.

    34 vjeçari Gazment Çeka është vënë në prangat e policisë pas aksidentimit që i bëri kushëririt të tij në Vorë, Pëllumb Çeka.

    Burime zyrtare nga policia e Tiranës bëjnë me dije se, Çeka u prangos nga policia pasi duke qarkulluar me automjetin e tij benz 220c-klas, ngjyrë blu me targa TR 3756 F, ka aksidentuar duke i shkaktuar vdekjen e menjëhershme shtetasit Pëllumb Çeka, 50 vjeç, banues në fshatin Marqinet.

    Ndërkaq sipas të dhënave paraprake thuhet se kjo ngjarje nuk ka qenë aksidentale, por se ajo ishte i planifikuar nga 34 vjeçari Çeka pas një konflikti që ky i fundit kishte pasur me viktimën, i cili ishte edhe kushëriri i tij.



    • Artikelbild: Mit diesem Plakat wirbt die Schweizer Volkspartei für ein Volksbegehren gegen Massenzuwanderung. - Foto: svpvergrößern 900×280Mit diesem Plakat wirbt die Schweizer Volkspartei für ein Volksbegehren gegen Massenzuwanderung.
    • Artikelbild: Die SVP ist für populistische Plakate bekannt. Mit dem Slogan vergrößern 500×374Die SVP ist für populistische Plakate bekannt. Mit dem Slogan „Sicherheit schaffen“ warb die rechtskonservative Partei 2007 etwa dafür, „schwarze Schafe“ aus dem Land zu werfen. Bei den darauffolgenden Parlamentswahlen wurde die SVP stimmenstärkste Partei.

    Salih Berisha Mafia: The U.S. failed to criticize:of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means

    Fun Facts About Our New Allies
    The Progressive Review (Washington), 22 June 1999

    „Albania … offered NATO and the U.S. an important military outpost in the turbulent southern Balkans (in the 1990-96 period Albania opened its ports and airstrips for U.S. military use and housed CIA spy planes for flights over Bosnia)…. The U.S. played a major role in the DP’s 1992 electoral victory, and it then provided the new government with military, economic, and political support. In the 1991-96 period Washington directly provided Albania $236 million in economic aid, making the U.S. the second largest bilateral economic donor (following Italy)…..Following Berisha’s visit to the U.S. in March 1991, Washington began supplying direct assistance to the DP, including donations of computers and cars for the 1992 electoral campaign. William Ryerson, the first U.S. ambassador, stood next to Berisha on the podium at election rallies. The U.S. failed to criticize, and at times encouraged, the new president as he purged critics of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means. By 1993 DP loyalists and family members held most of the prominent positions in Albania’s ministries, institutes, universities, and state media. Citing the threat of communism’s return, Berisha successfully instilled fear in the population and discredited his rivals. The U.S. embassy in Albania contributed to the polarization of Albanian politics by refusing to meet most of the opposition parties (former communists as well as others) for the first two years of DP rule. This one-sided view of democratization helped Berisha dismantle most political alternatives, some of which were moderate and truly democratic.

    Time for prison

    - The Reagan administration targeted the Yugoslav economy in a "Secret Sensitive" 1984 National Security Decision Directive (NSDD 133), "United States Policy toward Yugoslavia." A censored version declassified in 1990 largely elaborated on NSDD 54 on Eastern Europe, issued in 1982. The latter advocated "expanded efforts to promote a `quiet revolution' to overthrow Communist governments and parties" while reintegrating the countries of Eastern Europe into a market-oriented economy.  - IMF-sponsored programs since then continued the disintegration of the industrial sector and the piecemeal dismantling of the Yugoslav welfare state. Debt restructuring agreements increased foreign debt, and a mandated currency devaluation also hit hard at Yugoslavs' standard of living.  - In return for assistance, Yugoslavia agreed to even more sweeping economic reforms, including a new devalued currency, another wage freeze, sharp cuts in government spending, and the elimination of socially-owned, worker-managed companies.  - The reforms demanded by Belgrade's creditors struck at the heart of Yugoslavia's system of socially-owned and worker- managed enterprises. As one observer noted, "The objective was to subject the Yugoslav economy to massive privatization and the dismantling of the public sector."  - Some Yugoslavs joined together in a doomed battle to prevent the destruction of their economy and polity. As one observer found, "worker resistance crossed ethnic lines, as Serbs, Croats, Bosnians and Slovenians mobilized . . . shoulder to shoulder with their fellow workers." But the economic struggle also heightened already tense relations among the republics -- and between the republics and Belgrade.  - While local leaders and Western interests share the spoils of the former Yugoslav economy, they have entrenched socio-ethnic divisions in the very structure of partition. This permanent fragmentation of Yugoslavia along ethnic lines serves to thwart a united resistance of Yugoslavs of all ethnic origins against the recolonization of their homeland.  - While rebuilding is sacrificed on the altar of debt repayment, Western governments and corporations show greater interest in gaining access to strategic natural resources... "Substantial" petroleum fields lie in the Serb-held part of Croatia just across the Sava river from Tuzla, the headquarters for the US military zone. Exploration operations went on during the war, but the World Bank and the multinationals which conducted the operations kept local governments in the dark, presumably to prevent them from acting to grab potentially valuable areas. 

    Note: Only March and May dispatches have been indexed so far

    Accuracy of bombing 50899a

    Albright, Madeleine 32499b, 51399, 51799a

    Amanpour, Christiane 51999a, 52599a

    American Legion, rejects involvement of US troops 50799a

    Apache attack helicopters 51399b, 51799a, 52499a

    Arms Merchants 50999a, 50899a, 51799a

    Bernays, Edward 330b99c

    Bosnia 32699a, 51999a, 52599a

    Chinese Embassy bombing: 50999a, 50899a; Doubts about US story 51199c, 51399c, 51299a; Opinion attributed to German Chancellor Schroder on the 51399b

    Chossudovsky, Michel 33199c, 32699a

    CIA 51399c, KLA 50599a

    Civilian casualties: caused by NATO cluster bombs 50899a; media coverage of 52499a; NATO dissembling on the subject of 52199a; early reports 32799a; total NATO-caused 51799a; worldwide 33099b

    Cluster bombs: cost of 50899a; description of 50899a; dropped on civilian areas 51399b, 50899a; Tom Hayden on 50799a

    Counterpunch 51199c, 51799a

    Covert Action Quarterly 51399c, 51299a

    Cultural heritage sites, NATO bombing of 51399

    Debray, Regis 51399, 51799a

    Ecological hazards, created by NATO bombing strategy 51399b

    Edelman Public Relations 51999b

    Fabrication of atrocity evidence 32499b; by CNN 51999a; by William Walker 50799a; by US and British in World War One 51499b; by US journalists in Bosnia 51299a

    Foreign Office (Germany) refutes Albanian persecution charges 50499a, 50599a

    Hitler, Adolph justification for invading Poland compared to NATO’s air assault by former Nuremberg prosecutor 52199a, propaganda techniques compared to NATO 50699b

    Human Rights Watch 51399

    IMF 33199c

    Inhofe, Senator James: censorship of statements by US media 51099a, 51499a; statements on war by 51499a, 51499a; possible assassination attempt on the life on 51499a

    International Action Center 32499b; articles cited 52599a

    International Strategic Studies Association 51999b

    Iraq 50899a, 50699b; similarity of NATO’s tactics to those used in Yugoslavia 52499a

    Jewish protest against bombing 51299b

    KLA 51399; cause of one third of Albanian refugee movements 51999b; classified as terrorist group 50599a; criminal background of leaders 50599a; background of KLA general Agim Ceku 52599a

    Military Professional Resources, Inc. MPRI 52599a

    Milosevic, Slobodan 33099b, 51399, 50599a

    NATO, changed function of 32499b, 51299a; pre-bomardment occupation demands 50599a; press release the day before declaring decision to bomb Yugoslavia 52199a

    National Security Agency (NSA) 51399c

    National Security Council (US) 33199c; hires Edelman Public Relations executive to coordinate internal US propaganda efforts 51999b

    Propaganda (see War propaganda)

    Radioactive rounds (depleted uranium) 50799a

    Rambouillet Text 50599a; key elements blacked out in US news media52499a

    Refugees: Albanian refugees fleeing deeper into Yugoslavia to escape KLA 51999b; Canadian UN commander suggests advisability of shelling of 52599a; comments by Senator Inhofe on 51099a; 51499a; killed by NATO bombing 51799a; lack of assistance provided for 51299b, 51199b ; US news media ignores non-Albanian victims 50599a, 51999b, 52499a; used by NATO for propaganda purposes 51299b, UN harassment of 51199b, 51199a

    Robinson, Mary, UN High Commissioner on Human Rights 51399b

    Saxton, James US Congressman 51999b

    Seldes, George 51499b

    Smith, Sam 33099b, 50599a; quoted 52499a

    Social Security, funds used to pay for war 50699a, 50699c

    Solana, NATO Secretary General Javier 51299b; admits NATO has no atrocity evidence 51799a; bombing carried out on his authority 52199a

    Solomon, Norman 32499a, 51799b

    State Department 32499b, 33099b; Cohen on Serbians 51799a; dismissal of civilian casaulties inflicted by NATO bombing

    US news media 32499a, 33099b, 50699c, 50699b, 50999a; collaboration with NATO propaganda effort 52499a, 52599a; CNN’s falsification of arocity evidence in the Bosnian civil war 51999a; FAIR analysis of US news media war reporting 51799b; Ted Koppel 50799a; Ted Turner 50999a

    UN harassment of refugees on behalf of NATO 51199b, 51199a; slow to acknowledge civilian casualties of NATO boming 51399b; recent partnerships with multinationals 51199b

    UK urging the use of ground troops 52199a

    War costs 33099b, 50899a

    War propaganda: comments by John Foster Dulles on 50999a; exageration of military success of NATO bombing 52499a; FAIR analysis of US news media war reporting 51799b; Hitler and 50699b; history of (WW One) and 51499b; NATO use 51299b; techniques of 32499a, 32499b, 330b99c; US uses of (historical) 51999a; US public relations firm executive hired to create 51999b

    Walker, William 32499b, 50799a; background and record of falisfying evidence 52599a

    Yugoslavia: economy 33199c; effect of bombing on the economy of 51999b, 32699a; 52499a; IMF 33199c; number of Serbs murdered by Nazi-allied Croats during WW II 51799a; US petroleum exploration in 33199c; worker mananged enterprises in 33199c

    LOS ANGELES TIMES -- Wednesday, May 5, 1999  As the Innocent Die, Where Are All the Voices of Protest?  Balkans: The liberals' silence on the NATO bombing and its 'collateral damage' is keeping us from talking about alternatives. By TOM HAYDEN  Where are the voices of protest against the suffering inflicted on civilians and children by our bombardment of Serbia?  The moral rationale provided by the Clinton administration at the outset of the bombing was that the brutal ethnic cleansing of Kosovo could be stopped in a short military campaign. That promise was either a deception or a delusion. The war has turned into a horrific quagmire, and yet even liberal Democrats remain strangely tongue-tied about the suffering, which our government lamely calls "collateral damage."  Every day seems to bring news of civilians being killed and the White House apologizing. Worse, according to the Wall Street Journal, President Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair pushed in mid-April for a wider definition of targets that would increase the danger to civilians. The result is the death of cleaning ladies and bus drivers, evacuation of 85,000 people from Belgrade neighborhoods poisoned by toxic chemicals, the unemployment of 100,000 Serbs and laying waste of Serbia's civilian infrastructure with what the New York Times calls "greater effects on the gross domestic product than the Nazi and, then, the Allied bombing of Yugoslavia" during World War II. And the silence continues. Perhaps the silent ones think these are all regrettable accidents, or that war is hell, or that bombing Serb civilians who have opposed Milosovic in the past will help them to overthrow him now. What then of the intentional indiscriminate infliction of shrapnel wounds on children? Unexploded cluster bomb units are turning whole areas of Yugoslavia into a "no man's land," wounding large numbers of children in the process. According to the Los Angeles Times, the director of Pristina's hospital says he has never done so many amputations as he has since victims of the weapon started coming in.  I keep an early model of the cluster bombs used in Vietnam on my shelf as a reminder of the evil done in the name of good intentions. The bombs are dropped over a broad landscape, where they explode via timers or the simple vibration of a passerby. The blast causes up to 300 pieces of deadly shrapnel to scatter in all directions. The shrapnel is very difficult to remove because of its deliberately jagged design.

    Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania

    Bevor: Fatos Nano (Ilir Meta Drug Allegations

    Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania

    Prime Minister Sali Berisha

    1. kukRexhep ARAPI, resident in Katund Sukth, nicknamed “KEPI” has a criminal record as follows:

    Im Verbrecher Staat des Salih Berisha, kann Nichts mehr verwundern und über die kriminell agierende Tochter Argita Berisha und Lulzim Basha, wird auch inzwischen immer mehr geoutet.

    Identisch im Fatos Nano, Ilir Meta Verbrecher Staat davor!

    Fatos Nano Drug Allegations

    Date: Friday, December 01 @ 15:03:04 GMT
    Topic: Albania News


    By Gary Kokalari – Political Analyst – Exclusively for ACLIS

    The current drug trafficking routes in Albania and their relations with Prime Minister Fatos Nano.

    Albania has become an important country for the trafficking of drugs, establishing itself as a safe transit route between East and West. Albania has made available to this kind of traffic its human resources and its political power. Before 1997, the drug trafficking in Albania was blooming through the planting of drug related plants and their sale outside Albania. Strong drugs such as heroin or cocaine were not present at the time because of the lack of serious partners and partners with political power. Former Minister of Interior Agron Musaraj (1993-1996) was a supporter of such groups, but his limited political power could not empower these groups. After Agron Musaraj left, the new interior minister of the Democratic Party, Halil Shamata, proposed new tough legislation against organized crime which was approved in the parliament in Autumn 1996. The legislation included strong punishment for drug and weapon traffickers and very often fixed prison terms.

    Agron Duka, Mafia Clan with Fatos Nano und Lefter Koca

    Kommentar: Alles Folgen, weil EU, Deutsche und vor allem US Politiker zu lange mit prominenten Verbrechern zusammenarbeiteten, Berufs Kriminelle Lobbyisten damit Geld verdienten und Verbrecher Strukturen nun erneut zementiert sind. Im Verbrecher Staat des Salih Berisha, kann Nichts mehr verwundern und über die kriminell agierende Tochter Argita Berisha und Lulzim Basha, wird auch inzwischen immer mehr geoutet. Alles erinnert an 1997, als die Salih Berisha Bande mit Tritan Shehu, in der Deutschen Botschaft vorstellig wurde und 600 Millionen DM verlangte, wegen dem Pyramid Gesellschaften um einen Volksaufstand zu vermeiden. Kurz darauf gab Salih Berisha verbrecherische Befehle, die Militärlager zu plündern und um das zu vertuschen, wurde das Militär nach Hause geschickt, wie die Polizei aufgelöst um im Chaos mit hoch kriminellen Freunden und Terroristen aus dem Kosovo Albanien in Ruhe plündern zu können.

     Natürlich gibt es mehr Mafia Minister in der Regierung Sailh Berisha, der mit allen wichtigen Verbrecher Kartellen auch des Kosovo eng verbunden ist. Bekannt wurde 2010, u.a. auch Ministerin Majlinda Bregu, Fatmir Mediu, Ferdinand Xhafferie (u.a. Partner des Verbrechers Xhavit Halili rund um die Todeschwadronen), und der Chef der Skrapari Bande LSI Partei: Ilir Meta! Rund um den Mafia Zirkel der aktuellen Vize Präsidentin der PD Partei: Albana Vokhsi, mit ihrem Lebensgefährten den Mafia Boss: Artan Tartar, was sogar in den geheimen NATO Repors erwähnt ist.

    Skrapari Mafia Boss Ilir Meta

    TV outet Ilir Meta “Frankenstein” der Albanisches Politik, als er 700.000 € Bestechungsgeld fordert


     Hier macht man sich in aller Form lustig, in der beliebtesten TV Sendung, über das leere PR Geschwätz, des Salih Berisha u.a.

    Wikileaks: Die primitive Gangster Familie des Salih Berisha und Jamarber Malltezi Mafia Syndikat

    Wikileaks: Die Ratten des Salih Berisha – “Die Autobahn der nationalen Korruption”

    Teacher for the drug business:

    Daut Kadriovski: Tarn Name Mehmet Haidini und die Albanische Muslim Mafia

    UCK – KLA Terrorist Shefqet Kabashi and Witness intimidation questions raised in Haradinaj retrial

    Published on SETimes (
    Witness intimidation questions raised in Haradinaj retrial


    As the retrial began, the main witness tried to avoid answering questions, again raising concerns about witness obfuscation and intimidation.

    By Linda Karadaku for Southeast European Times in Pristina — 23/08/11
    Ramush Haradinaj prior to his initial appearance at The Hague tribunal. [Reuters]

    Former Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj is back at The Hague tribunal for retrial on six counts of war crimes, including torture and murder of civilians who were actual or perceived Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) opponents

    KLA members Lahi Ibrahimaj and Idriz Balaj are also on trial with Haradinaj.

    In the opening statement Thursday (August 18th), prosecutor Paul Rogers called their actions „brutal elimination“.

    Rogers described the KLA actions in four municipalities comprising the Dukagjini area. That included the first KLA headquarters in Haradinaj’s house and two headquarters in Jablanica, the key area providing evidence against the three defendants.

    The prosecution also presented the cases of torture and murder of Ivan Zaric, Burim Beko and Agron Berisha in Jablanica.

    The first trial ended in April 2008, when the two key witnesses did not testify, prompting serious questions about threats to influence them.

    Haradinaj and Balaj were acquitted of 37 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity, while Brahimaj was sentenced to six years in prison.

    The Appeals Chamber disagreed and decided on a retrial in July 2010.

    „This is a new trial and anything that has to be proved here, must be proved here,“ Presiding Judge Patrick Robinson said during opening statements by both the prosecution and defence last Thursday.

    The key witness in the retrial again is Shefqet Kabashi, a former KLA member who was back testifying again on Monday.

    Kabashi was arrested in the Netherlands last Wednesday and detained at the tribunal until further notice. It had charged him with contempt of court in June 2007, when he escaped to avoid testifying despite a court order prohibiting him to do so, and then refused to testify via a video link.

    The tribunal said that „Kabashi’s testimony is relevant to the retrial … as it relates to the defendants‘ alleged responsibility for crimes committed at KLA headquarters and the prison in Jablanica.“

    During the main hearing Monday, Kabashi lashed out against the court, accusing investigators of mixed testimonies and „mistakes“, and even attacked one of Haradinaj’s lawyers, Ben Emerson, for intervening.

    Kabashi answered the majority of the prosecutor’s questions with „I do not know“, „I do not remember“ and „I cannot answer the question.“

    The prosecutor pointed out Kabashi’s signed statements, but Kabashi claimed he was forced to sign them and nothing written in them is true.

    Asked whether he is afraid for his life, Kabashi said he is not. „I fear something else. I spoke about the other witnesses, not about myself.“

    He testified that there was no detention centre in Jablanica, Western Kosovo and that the scrawled words „detention centre“ on a hand drawn map were not his.

    „It is not my writing in the map,“ Kabashi said, adding, „I did not see detainees [there].“

    The infamous „H room“, Kabashi said, was not used for detention but for soldiers to sleep. „I have slept myself there,“ he said.

    Haradinaj’s defence team co-ordinator Michael O’Reilly told SETimes the team is not concerned with Kabashi’s testimony.

    „Absolutely not. He says nothing that implicates ‚RH‘ in any way. Eighty-three witnesses were called in the previous trial and all but two came to court,“ O’Reilly said.

    He insisted there was no evidence brought to court that any witnesses were intimidated, and that prosecutors substantiated no such allegations.

    „The retrial is a very complex legal situation. Haradinaj’s retrial is a historical precedent, regardless of what the final outcome may be,“ attorney and former UNMIK employee Roland Gjoni told SETimes.

    He said it is his opinion the judges „will possibly stop the prosecution from improving a weak case and convict an acquitted defendant.“