Polizei Aufbau ala „Steinmeier“: Kosovo Polizei Chefs stehlen 25,3 Kilo Gold aus der Asservaten Kammer in Peja

Diesmal stahlen die Polizei Chefs 25,3 Kilo Gold aus der Asservaten Kammer. Vor wenigen Jahren, waren es 50 Kilo Heroin aus der Asservatenkammer des Polizei Präsidiums in Phristina. wo ja heute die dort damals tätige 2. höchste Polizei Direktorin, sogar Präsidentin wurde und das trotz gefälschte Schulzeungisse und gefakter ungültiger Polizei Diplome.

Peja, ist Heimat Stadt, berüchtigster Krimineller, die sich Geschäftsleute nennen. siehe secret NATO Unterlagen u.a. über Xhavit Halili, Ekrem Luca, Haradinaj und diese Banden.

Wie in Afghanistan, finden es Deutsche Politiker lustig, wenn man kriminellen Strukturen und Clans, die Aufnahme Richtlinien und Vergabe von Polizei Kursen und Stellen überlässt. Dümmer geht es nicht mehr, aber man will ja Heckler & Koch Bestechungs Geschäfte machen, wie VW muss auch Polizei Autos verkaufen. Ausserdem war man in den Bordells der Gangster ja gut versorgt, was die Kosovo Clans auch noch stolz schon im September 1999 herum erzählten.

Andere höchstrangige Polizei Chefs, wurden vor kurzen sogar wegen Sprengstoff Anschlägen festgenommen mit Toden.

Festnahme des Kosovo Polizei Chefs in Ferizaj: Blessing Suma rund um den Gangster Enver Sekiraqa

Vidhen 25.3 kilogramë ari në dhomën e dëshmive në Pejë

Prishtinë, 2 qershor – Ahmet Hasi është shkarkuar të premten nga pozita e komandantit të Policisë rajonale në Pejë dhe katër zyrtarë policorë janë vënë në arrest, nën dyshimin për vjedhje të mbi 25 kilogramëve ari, që ndodhej prej gati pesë p

Burime të gazetës kanë thënë se drejtori i përgjithshëm i Policisë, Shpend Maxhuni, pasi ka shqiptuar të tillë masë ndaj Hasit, në vend të tij ka vënë Shaban Shalën. Në mesin e katër të arrestuarve, sipas këtyre burimeve, janë dy eprorët e lartë – shefi i hetimeve rajonale, Bajram Koliqi, dhe zëvendësi i tij, Muhamet Lama. Këta dhe dy zyrtarë të tjerë të arrestuar janë suspenduar me pagesë.

Masat janë marrë ditën kur, duke u thirrur në burime të saj, “Koha Ditore” ka raportuar se në dhomën e dëshmive ku mbahet kjo sasi ari tani ka mungesë për disa kilogramë ari, krahasuar me sasinë e evidencuar në momentin e konfiskimit.

Gjer[sisht lexoni sot në “

KOha Ditore

 


Kosovo Polizei überfällt eigene Station um 48 Kilo Heroin zu stehlenPraktisch jeder Überfall auch auf Firmen wird in alter Tradition vorab mit den Gebäude Inhabern bzw. Direktoren abgesproche.

Ach, oh Wunder: Niemand wurde beim Überfall auf die Polizei Station getödet, aber die Albanischen Gangster haben sich ihr Eigentum 48 Kilo Heroin zurück geholt.

Eine Orginal Deutschen Polizei Aufbau Story eben, denn ca. 3.000 € kostete die Mafia Gebühr im Kosovo für Deutsche Polizei Schulen, wo man sich mit gefälschten Unterlagen und Schul Zeugnissen einkaufen konnte. Ähnlich wie früher in Albanien und heute in Afghanistan. Ein Polizei Direktoren Posten kostet so 100.000 € aufwärts.

Roundup: 48 kilos of heroin stolen in Kosovo
Apr 28, 2009

Close to 48 kilos of heroin has been stolen from the police ethnic Albanian station in the separatist capital of Kosovo, Pristina, reports the police.

“A special investigative commission is examining the inventory in the room for proof and according to the work so far 47 kilos and 627 grams of heroin is missing,” says the separatist police.

In addition to heroin, 3,828 EUROS, 6.5 million Turkish Lira, 5,000 Romania Lei, 520 Indian Rupies and 950 ALbanian Lek have been stolen.

The heist occurred on the night of Friday evening.

The investigators believe that the police in the department were in on it because no one was murdered during the break in.

The commission is also conducting an internal investigation of the police.

Kosovo Polizei in Aktion u.a. bei der getürkten Verhaftung von BND Leuten, weil der inzwischen verhaftete BND Resident ein Säufer und Landes Verräter war.

Hier lässt die Kosovo Mafia über ihre Vollstreckungs Beamte, mal 3 harmlose Deutsche BND Beamte verhaften50 Kilo Heroin aus Polizeiwache gestohlen

Unbekannte haben aus einer Asservatenkammer der Polizei im Kosovo knapp 50 Kilogramm Rauschgift gestohlen.

Der Einbruch sei am Sonntagvormittag entdeckt worden, gab die Polizei am Dienstag bekannt. Die Einbrecher entwendeten aus dem Beweismittellager am Sitz des kosovarischen Polizei-Generalstabs in Pristina rund 47 Kilogramm Heroin, sieben sichergestellte Cannabis-Pflanzen sowie 4000 Euro und etliche indische, türkische, rumänische und albanische Banknoten mit.

Nach Polizeiangaben gibt es bisher keine Verdächtigen. Es werde jedoch auch in der Behörde selbst ermittelt. der Kosovo zählt zu einer der Hauptrouten für den Drogenschmuggel nach Westeuropa.
Quelle: SDA/ATS
http://www.20min.ch/news/ausland/story/22415449

siehe auch Bild http://www.bild.de/BILD/news/telegramm/news-ticker,rendertext=8144234.html

Peinlichkeit der EU Polizei Mission PAMECA III: die dümmsten Kriminellen werden hohe Polizei Chefs in Albanien

 

EU – OSCE – US Kaspar Theater System: von Reform zu Reform 20 Jahre lang und kein Gesetz gilt, keine Institutionen funktionieren und die Justiz und Regierung ist vollkommen korrupt und inkompetent. Nachdem man die teure EU Justiz Mission [1] EURALIUS finanzierte ( US Mission OPDAT), sind wie neue Reports dokumentieren die Richter und Staatsanwälte vollkommen korrupt. Man hat also nur eine neue kriminelle Klasse geschaffen, die nicht funktioniert, weil die alten erfahrenen Staatsanwälte auch erneut entlassen wurden, identisch bei den Polizei Direktoren.siehe auch Kosovo: [2] “Wir kamen sahen und versagten”

Vor aller Augen, werden immer “Dümmere” und extrem “inkompetente” Gestalten entsandt, aber mit höchst dotierten Vergütungen. Konferenz Tourismus, für diese dumme Klasse, der Auslands EU – NATO – US Experten ohne Ende, wobei jeder zu dumm ist, einen normalen Job überhaupt zufinden. Und es gibt einen neuen 100 Seiten PAMECA Report, der die Zustände auch noch bestätigt! auf[3] englisch in Kurzform. Noch peinlicher wird es, das das PAMECA Büro, direkt im Haupt Quartier der Polizei liegt, denn dümmer könnte es wohl nicht mehr organisiert werden. Neben Büro ja, aber kein EU Polizei Büro. Die Italienischen Anti Mafia Einheiten, operieren ja auch nicht aus den Mafia kontrollierten Innenministeriuim heraus.

[4] Pyschopaten wie Salih Berisha und Konsorten sabotieren die Justiz Reform in Albanien, in der Denkweise Antiker Berg Banditen Stämme 

Verantwortlich: Cecil Craig

Der Innenminister Bujar Nishani und Cecil Craig, ein typischer abgehalfteter EU Polizei Chef, der Alles zu Grund richtete!

2 Verletzte Deutsche NATO Besatzer im Kosovo

Als ob es die NATO Aufgabe ist: fremde Gebiete zubesetzten, wo man unerwünscht ist.

 

Ein kosovarischer Serbe stellt sich deutschen KFOR-Soldaten bei Zvecan entgegen (Foto: Reuters)

 

Balkan

Blutige Eskalation im Kosovo

Im Norden des Kosovo sind zwei deutsche Soldaten angeschossen worden, als sie eine von Serben errichtete Blockade räumen wollten. Der Vorfall dürfte die Spannungen auf dem Balkan weiter anheizen.


Auslöser der Konfrontation war ein neuer Räumungsversuch der internationalen Schutztruppe KFOR im Norden des Kosovo. Die Serben wollen mit solchen Straßensperren verhindern, dass die albanisch geführte Regierung…

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SYRIA: NATO’s Next „Humanitarian“ War?

 SYRIA: NATO’s Next „Humanitarian“ War?


Michel Chossudovsky (Editor)

February 2012

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NOTE TO READERS: This I-Book was completed in February 2012. For the most recent Global Research analysis and news reports on Syria, consult our dossier: SYRIA: NATO’S NEXT WAR
While the Syrian government and military bear a heavy burden of responsibility. it is important to underscore the fact that these terrorist acts –including the indiscriminate killing of men, women and children– are part of a US-NATO-Israeli initiative, which consists is supporting, training and financing  „an armed entity“ operating inside Syria.

The evidence confirms that foreign intelligence operatives, according to reports, have integrated rebel ranks:   

„As the unrest and killings escalate in the troubled Arab state, agents from MI6 and the CIA are already in Syria assessing the situation, a security official has revealed. Special forces are also talking to Syrian dissident soldiers. They want to know about weapons and communications kit rebel forces will need if the Government decides to help.

“MI6 and the CIA are in Syria to infiltrate and get at the truth,” said the well-placed source. “We have SAS and SBS not far away who want to know what is happening and are finding out what kit dissident soldiers need.“ Syria will be bloodiest yet, Daily Star). (emphasis added)

The Free Syrian Army (FSA) is a creation of the US and NATO. The objective of this armed insurrection is to trigger the response of the police and armed forces, including the deployment of tanks and armored vehicles with a view to eventually justifying a  military intervention, under NATO’s  „responsibility to protect“ mandate.

 A NATO-led intervention is on the drawing board. It was drafted prior to the onset of the protest movement in March 2011. According to military and intelligence sources, NATO, Turkey and Saudi Arabia have been discussing „the form this intervention would take“.

US, British and Turkish operatives are supplying the rebels with weapons. Britain’s Ministry of Defence confirms that it „is drawing up secret plans for a NATO-sponsored no-fly zone [in coordination with its allies] „but first it needs backing from the United Nations Security Council.“ (Syria will be bloodiest yet, Daily Star). According to these secret plans: „fighting in Syria could be bigger and bloodier than the battle against Gaddafi“.(Ibid ).

A „humanitarian“ military intervention modeled on Libya is contemplated. NATO Special Forces from Britain, France, Qatar and Turkey are already on the ground inside Syria in blatant violation of international law. Reports from British military sources (November 2011) confirm that:

British Special forces have met up with members of the Free Syrian Army (FSA)… The apparent goal of this initial contact was to establish the rebel forces‘ strength and to pave the way for any future training operations. … More recent reports have stated that British and French Special Forces have been actively training members of the FSA, from a base in Turkey. Some reports indicate that training is also taking place in locations in Libya and Northern Lebanon. British MI6 operatives and UKSF (SAS/SBS) personnel have reportedly been training the rebels in urban warfare as well as supplying them with arms and equipment. US CIA operatives and special forces are believed to be providing communications assistance to the rebels.“ Elite Forces UK, January 5, 2012 (emphasis added)

PART II  

Covert Operations:

US-NATO-Israel Support to an Armed Insurgency

SYRIA: CIA-MI6 Intel Ops and Sabotage

– by Felicity Arbuthnot – 2012-02-07

DÉJÀ VU? „The CIA is prepared, and MI6 will attempt to mount minor sabotage and coup de main (sic) incidents within Syria,… [using] capabilitites in both psychological and action fields to augment tension.” (Joint US-UK leaked Intelligence Document, London and Washington, 1957)

The Al Qaeda Insurgency in Syria: Recruiting Jihadists to Wage NATO’s „Humanitarian Wars“

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-09-02

The objective of this armed insurrection is to trigger the response of the police and armed forces, with a view to justifying a „humanitarian“ military intervention by NATO

VIDEO: Death Squads in Syria Part of Intelligence Operation

New interview now on GRTV

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-18

 
The Pentagon’s „Salvador Option“: The Deployment of Death Squads in Iraq and Syria

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-16

Recent developments in Syria point to a full-fledged armed insurgency, integrated by Islamist „freedom fighters“ covertly supported, trained and equipped by foreign powers.

NATO and Turkey Support Armed Rebels in Syria. Campaign to Recruit Muslim „Freedom Fighters“

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-08-15

 
VIDEO: NATO Recruiting Jihadists to Syria

New interview now on GRTV

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-09-19

PART III

Building a Justification to Wage War. NATO’s „Responsibility to Protect“

The Roles of the United Nations, The Arab League and the NGOs

Libya Déjà Vu in Syria: Using Human Rights Organizations to Launch Wars

 

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-11-20

Syria and the Russia-China Veto: Towards a Break Point at the UN Security Council?

 

– by Carla Stea – 2012-02-08

How the Arab League Has Become a Tool of Western Imperialism

 

– by Finian Cunningham – 2012-02-09

VIDEO: Arab League Gives Green Light to US-NATO to Intervene in Syria

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-11-13

 
SYRIA. TEXT OF LEAKED ARAB LEAGUE MISSION REPORT Report Reveals Media Lies Regarding Syria

Commentary by Michel Chossudovsky

– 2012-02-01

VIDEO: SYRIA: Armed Opposition Groups Supported by „Foreign Powers“

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2012-02-03

 

 

PART  IV 

The Media Disinformation Campaign

VIDEO: Skeptical on Syria: ‚Media reports framed & manipulated‘

Watch now on GRTV

– by James Corbett – 2011-08-31

Syria Regime Change PR in High Gear: More ‘Newborn Baby Slaughter’ Propaganda

 

– by Patrick Henningsen – 2012-02-09

Media Lies Used to Provide a Pretext for Another „Humanitarian War“: Protest in Syria: Who Counts the Dead?

– by Julie Lévesque – 2011-11-25

The reliance of the mainstream media on information emanating from anonymous groups provides a biased understanding of the Syrian protests

Media Lies: Syria’s President Bashar Al Assad Sets ABC News Senior Propagandist Barbra Walters Straight.

– by Tony Cartalucci – 2011-12-12

Most Syrians back President Assad, but you’d never know from western media

Assad’s popularity, Arab League observers, US military involvement: all distorted in the west’s propaganda war

– by Jonathan Steele – 2012-01-18

Media Manipulation and the Drums of War: How Media is used to Whip the Nation into Wartime Frenzy

Faking It: How the Media Manipulates the World into War

– by James Corbett – 2012-01-03

 

PART VI

Syria and the Broader War

The Destabilization of Syria and the Broader Middle East War

– by Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-06-17

If a military operation were to be launched against Syria, Israel would in all likelihood also be involved, leading to a process of escalation

Syria: The West’s Strategic Gateway For Global Military Supremacy

– by Rick Rozoff – 2011-11-15

The March to War: Iran and the Strategic Encirclement of Syria and Lebanon

 

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2011-12-24

Obama’s Secret Letter to Tehran: Is the War against Iran On Hold? „The Road to Tehran Goes through Damascus“

 

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2012-01-20

VIDEO: A NATO Intervention in Syria would Engulf the Entire Middle East Central Asian Region

– by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky – 2011-09-04

Beating the Drums of a Broader Middle East War

Israel, Syria, and Lebanon Prepare the „Home Fronts“

– by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – 2008-05-07

Israel, Syria, and Lebanon Prepare the „Home Fronts“. The Levant could be the starting point of a major international conflict, with global ramifications, which could quickly spin out of control.

 

Feltman-Massaker in Houla – Wer waren die Opfer?

2. Juni 2012

Ein Schlüssel zum Verständnis des Feltman-Massakers in Houla ist, zu betrachten, wer die Opfer des Massakers waren. Dabei lässt sich feststellen, dass die massakrierten Opfer fast ausschließlich zu genau zwei Familien gehörten: der Familie Abd Al-Razzak und der Familie Al-Sayed.

Am Donnerstag hatte die syrische Nachrichtenagentur SANA basierend auf ie erste Untersuchung berichtet, dass insbesondere die Großfamilie des frisch gewählten Abgeordneten Abdul-Mouti Mohammad Mashlab massakriert werden sollte und das Massaker dann aber offnbar außer Kontrolle geraten sei.

Am heutigen Samstag berichtet SANA nun weiter, dass zwei Zeugen des Massakers im syrischen Fernsehen – jedoch anonymisiert – den Hergang der Bluttat näher erklärt haben.

Der erste Zeuge erklärte, die Terroristen hätten bereits Tage vor der Tat damit geprahlt, am Freitag “etwas Besonderes un Großes” vorzuhaben. Am Tag der Tat hätten die aus unterschiedlichen Gegenden nach Houla gekommenen Terroristen zunächst in koordinierter und geplanter Weise die Checkpoints der syrische Sicherheitskräfte in der Region angegriffen, um die Sicherheitskräfte so zu binden. Das eigentliche Ziel der Terroristen sei jedoch gewesen, die Sayed-Großfamilie des Abgeordneten Mashlab auszulöschen, zu der auch der in der Gegend wohnende regierungstreue Polizist Muawiya al-Sayed gehörte. Die Terroristen wollten die Sayed-Familie durch Auslöschung dafür bestrafen, dass eines der Familienmitglieder an den den Terroristen verhassten syrischen Parlamenstwahlen teilgenommen und im syrischen Parlament einen Sitz erlangt habe.

Die zweite im syrischen Fernsehen aufgetretene anonyme Zeugin sagte dazu, die in der unmittelbaren Nachbarschaft der Sayed-Großfamilie wohnenden Familien der bewaffneteen Regierungsgegner seien im Gegensatz zur Familie des Abgeordneten genausowenig Opfer der Mordattacken geworden wie die im Ort wohnende Familie Faour, zu der ein Kameramann von Al Jazeera gehöre. Die zweite Familie, die Familie Abd Al-Razzak, sei auch eben deswegen massakriert worden, weil sie die syrische Regierung unterstütze, sagte die Zeugin weiter.

In den von Regierungsgegnern veröffentlichten inoffiziellen und vorläufigen Listen der Opfer des Massakers nimmt der Name Abd Al-Razzak einen prominenten Platz ein. Mehr als die Hälfte aller Opfer des Massakers in Houla, insbesondere die ganz überwältigende Mehrheit der Kinder und Frauen, tragen den Namen Abd Al-Razzak in der einen oder anderen Form.

Die Erklärung, dass die Feltman-Terroristen eine Familie als Bestrafung für Teilnahme an Wahlen und Mitgliedschaft in der Polizei auslöschen wollten, ist angsichts der aus der Vergangenheit bekannten Taten der Feltman-Terroristen, die auch in Houla am Werk waren, durchaus nachvollziehbar und plausibel. Die gegebene Begründung dafür, warum die Familie Abd Al-Razzak massakriert wurde, ist allerdings bisher noch sehr dünn und die Behauptung, die Familie habe die syrische Regierung unterstützt, bisher nicht belegt. Dazu wird es weitere Ermittlungen geben müssen, die erklären, warum die Großfamilie Abd Al-Razzak Ziel war.http://nocheinparteibuch.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/feltman-massaker-in-houla-wer-waren-die-opfer/

Balkan education Mafia: Romanian education system rocked by scandals

Romanian education system rocked by scandals Ministerpräsident Viktor Ponta / Plagiat … http://www.faz.net/

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19 JUN 12 / 13:50:45

Romanian PM Denies Plagiarising Thesis

Prime Minister Victor Ponta has denied accusations that he copied parts of his PhD thesis, claiming it is all part of a political plot against h

26/05/2012

Plagiarism involving two education ministers is a serious blow to the system in Romania and the country’s international reputation.

By Paul Ciocoiu for Southeast European Times in Bucharest — 26/05/12

 

 

photoThe education system in Romania is said to be „riddled by plagiarism and nepotism.“ [Reuters]

The new coalition government had barely assumed power in Bucharest earlier this month, when it was shaken by two plagiarism-related scandals — opening a debate on whether Romania’s education system has suffered a complete loss of credibility, at home and abroad. Education Minister nominee Corina Dumitrescu withdrew her candidacy after the media reported she plagiarised a law book that she co-authored with her husband. Days later, the new appointee, Professor Ion Mang from the Oradea University in northwestern Romania, was also accused of plagiarising at least eight of his academic books. Mang insisted the accusations are politically motivated, but he resigned. „The entire academic system in Romania is riddled by plagiarism and nepotism. These are its endemic diseases,“ Stefan Vlaston, the head of the Association for Education and Research that deals with education reform, told SETimes. Vlaston said education minister-designates are often selected from a pool of candidates without qualifications, but they seek the positions to reap the substantial benefits — and are often willing to go to great lengths to obtain them. The two scandals appeared amid an ongoing debate on the poor state of the country’s educational system. Last year, the Democrat-Liberal government installed video cameras during the baccalaureate exams to curb cheating, after which the passing rate dropped to less than 45% — the lowest in since 2000. Vlaston said a reform is under way to stem plagiarism and nepotism, but it needs both sustained government effort and public support to succeed. „The education law passed by the previous government has very tough stipulations against plagiarism and nepotism in the educational system. Now we have state institutions, such as the Research Ethic Council, that can check academic papers for plagiarism. After a year and a half, we can sense significant progress in fighting nepotism at universities, where 50% of employees were previously assessed as having no academic values,“ he said. Most bloggers said the scandals‘ gravity is greater than it seems. „We are talking about a word-for-word plagiarism by a university professor, a pro-rector, a lawmaker, a minister, a man seen by the government as representative of the Romanian academic community,“ Dr. Virgil Iordache, a researcher at the Biology Faculty of the Bucharest University, said. Partizanu argued the effects of plagiarism — often coupled with nepotism — leave Romanians wondering just who manages the educational system’s reform. „Are teachers motivated to be correct under such circumstances? If we want fair competition in schools and universities, then the situation also depends on teachers and professors. When they have Mr. Mang or his predecessor as their model, what kind of progress can we expect?“ Partizanu said. The Ad Astra association of Romanian scientists said „it is essential in Romania that any high-ranking official, proven to have plagiarised, is removed immediately and the academic title is withdrawn. Romania’s credibility in the world depends on the very fact the state dignitaries are irreproachable.“ The request is even more imperative to implement since the ministry of education and research is at stake, the communiqué said. „No other professional reason can justify the occupation of a public office by a person … found guilty of plagiarism and professional fraud. Not observing this principle is extremely harmful for the other academics, pupils and students and the whole society,“ the association said. In an article posted on VoxPublica, a blog platform, Constantin Cretan said that plagiarism has never been combated in a serious manner in Romania. … setimes rsität of New York, Tirana Wichtigste Produktiv Tätigkeit in Albanien: Handy Bomben bauen – Fälschungen aller Art Mit gefälschten Diplomen zur 2. höchsten Polizistin —–> Präsidentin des Kosovo aufsteigen: Atifete Jahjaga President of Kosovo: Man kauft sich Schul Zeugnisse und Titel in Albanien  Albanian Lawyers Attack ‘Corrupt’ Choice of Judges  Tausende von gefälschten Diplome und Titel der Mafia Universität Tetova, sind erneut Schlagzeilen  7 Hoch Schul Lehrer der neuen Uni in Kamzes, sind der Korruption angeklagt.  7 Direktoren der Steuer Behörde wegen gefälschten Diplomen angeklagt.  Österreich anerkennt Diplome  Wissenschaftler und Bildung in Albanien und Mazedonien: Null Ahnung – und ein typischer Albaner Vorfall mit einer Fähre

Geisteswissenschaftler unter Kritik

Die Mehrheit der albanischen Geisteswissenschaftler standen bei einer Tagung in Tirana unter Kritik: »Anachronistische offizielle Deutungen der Geschichte und floskelhafte Sprachregelungen in albanischen Publikationen klingen vielfach noch wie aus der Mottenkiste der totalitären Regime des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts«, erklärten junge albanische und ausländische Geister an der Konferenz. »Intellektuelle Starre und Diskursfeindlichkeit« wird den albanischen Geisteswissenschaftler weiter vorgeworfen. Man isoliere sich und ignoriere die internationale Forschung. Eine Aufarbeitung der kommunistischen Vergangenheit habe noch nicht stattgefunden. >> Lesenswerter Bericht von Pandeli Pani, Deutsche Welle: Wissenschaft im Dienste der Ideologie

 

 

Report: poor education affects Albania’s economic growth

01/12/2010

TIRANA, Albania — The low level of education in Albania is hindering economic growth, according to a new report by the World Bank, quoted by local media on Monday (November 30th). Albania has fewer educated employees compared to developed countries and countries in the region, the document concluded. Currently, Albania has the lowest number of high school graduates — 48.7% compared to 62% in the Balkans. By the end of 2009, more than half of the big companies in the country cited lack of knowledge among their employees as their biggest barrier. The World Bank said this is critical, as companies are the catalyst for potential future economic growth. Albania is spending less on education, the report noted, and ten times less on scientific research than EU countries. (Top Channel, News 24, Top News – 30/11/10) A New Agenda for Albania’s Future Growth (Press Release) Albanische Wissenschaft isoliert sich  Albanien – Kosovo:: mit einem Null Bildungs Stand und selbst ernannten Partei Buch Lehrer

Universität New York – Tirana

Part II:

The New York Times

 

  • February 12, 2012

    In Albania, Can a U.S. Diploma Deliver?

    TIRANA, ALBANIA — Rising above the dingy back streets of the Albanian capital, the silhouette, instantly recognizable, shines out like a promise: the Statue of Liberty, symbol of America, land of opportunity — and also the logo of the University of New York, Tirana (U.N.Y.T.), where students pay more than $32,500 for what a sign in the lobby describes as “the only real European and American education” in the country.

    On its elaborate Web site, U.N.Y.T. paints a glowing picture of students enjoying a typical American university experience — complete with student union, college sports, and campus social life — without having to ever leave Albania. Although known locally as “New York University-Tirana” — the name listed on its official charter from the Albanian government — the school has no connection with the campus in Greenwich Village. Nor does it have a dining hall, dormitories, gym, or stadium — the Web page covering sports has been “under construction” for more than a year. The photograph of a library, featured on the cover of the school’s handsomely printed brochure, was in fact taken elsewhere, school officials concede.

    Bevis Fusha for the International Herald Tribune

    The entrance to the University of New York, Tirana.

     

    But the classes are in English. And thanks to an arrangement with the State University of New York this private Albanian institution does offer its 650 students the chance to acquire an American diploma. By paying the for-profit U.N.Y.T. an extra $100 per credit, for the first three years plus an additional $5,000 for the final year, students can graduate with a degree from Empire State College, a division of SUNY based in Saratoga Springs devoted to adult education and nontraditional learning.

    Known by various labels — “validated” or “franchised” degrees, “supported programs,” or branch campuses — such arrangements between universities in the United States, Britain or Australia and various private providers in the developing world have become increasingly common.

    While students in Tirana seem satisfied, critics say that with a revenue structure based on tuition fees, and an admissions process subject to the need to recruit paying customers, all too frequently these arrangements deliver the form, but not the substance, of an academic education.

    Armand Kapllani, a 2007 Empire State/U.N.Y.T. graduate now studying at Southern Methodist University in Dallas said that many of his courses were pitched at the level of an American high school. “We didn’t even learn how to use a financial calculator. You are graduating with a degree in finance and you don’t know how to use the calculator,” he said.

    But Gavin Lowder, director of international programs at SUNY Empire State, says U.N.Y.T. is held to “the same academic guidelines as the rest of the college. There are no separate standards for our Tirana program.”

    Konstantine Giakoumis, U.N.Y.T.’s deputy rector, said in an interview that “the curriculum is jointly drafted and approved by committees of both universities.”

    On a recent visit to the Albanian campus, SUNY’s influence seemed more like a label than an active presence. The overwhelming majority of courses are taught by local faculty members hired without any input from SUNY, who also have little say over the content. Of 15 Empire State courses offered in the autumn 2011 catalogue, only three appear to be taught by instructors with doctorates. “Our teachers are not SUNY faculty. Not directly,” said Mr. Giakoumis. Empire State College, he added “does not have centrally managed exams.” Instead exams are set and marked by the faculty in Tirana.

    Faculty members teaching SUNY courses “are expected to be approved by the program director,” Mr. Lowder said in an e-mail. “As part of the approval process, résumés are reviewed and approved. Where possible, faculty are interviewed prior to the semester,” he said. But he admitted that faculty teaching U.N.Y.T. courses “are not subject to Empire State review or approval.” For example, Mr. Giakoumis holds a bachelor’s degree from Athens University and a doctorate from the Center for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham, yet teaches both U.S. History and Diplomatic History.

    Asked about the claim that the school offers an “American education,” school officials said that “the description is echoing the university’s concerned and concentrated efforts to adopt the best models from well-established American universities.

    Mr. Kapllani said a group of three to four faculty members from SUNY visited the campus “once — or maybe twice — a year.”

    According to Mr. Lowder, a team from Empire State last visited Tirana in October; the second visit this year is scheduled for the end of February. “Because of budget constraints, the program director does not make visits outside of the team visits unless absolutely necessary,” he said.

    To students, what matters is the credential the prestige of an American degree. And on that score Mr. Kapllani had no complaints. “I had a wonderful time there when I was a student. A degree from U.N.Y.T. is quite respectable and it opens many doors in Albania,” he said.

    Anisa Vrenozi, currently a junior, said “My studying experience in this university has been an excellent one, and I think I have made the best choice choosing this university.”

    But Philip Altbach, director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College, says student satisfaction may not be the right measure. The demand for American or British credentials is so high, regulation so lax, and the opportunity for profit so tempting that when universities “balance their educational missions against their business interests” education often loses, he said. American universities, he said, had “a special responsibility to make sure we live up to our own standards” in any overseas venture.

    On paper, the 13-page Memorandum of Understanding between SUNY and the University of New York, Tirana, supplied on request to a reporter, appears to spell out high standards. Although students can take as many as 96 credits, or about three years’ worth of courses, from U.N.Y.T. and need only 32 SUNY credits to graduate, all students “must fulfill the specific requirements set forth in the E.S.C. guidelines for the degree and the specific major.”

    These include SUNY’s general education requirements and all pre-requisite courses for a student’s chosen major. Albanian faculty members teaching E.S.C. courses appointments are subject to joint approval by both institutions. Student progress is also monitored by both institutions, and Empire State’s Academic Program Director is “authorized to review grade distribution in all courses and for all faculty.”

    On the ground in Tirana the picture is less reassuring. Although the memorandum describes both schools as “partners,” the precise nature of the relationship between SUNY and U.N.Y.T. is difficult to pin down. U.N.Y.T. is itself part of the New York College Group — logo: the Statue of Liberty in blue silhouette over the initials NYC — a Greek company with outposts in Athens and Thessaloniki and other branches in Prague and Belgrade.

    William Lawton, director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, a London-based research institution that monitors academic exchange, said “there are different levels of control, from validation and franchising up to branch campus. Basically in franchising the home institution provides the curriculum; in validation they don’t.”

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    But in the past year “validation” has become a badge of dishonor in British academic circles because of a series of scandals at the University of Wales, which was shown by the BBC to have validated bogus degrees at Fazley International College, a university named after its founder, a Malaysian pop star, and to have allowed students at Rayat London College, a private school offering University of Wales M.B.A. courses, to pay for qualifications. The damage to its reputation was so great that the university, founded in 1893, closed its doors in October.

    According to Judith Eaton of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation in Washington, U.S. universities “do not have the legal authority to accredit or otherwise sanction (‘validate’) the awarding of a degree by another institution.” Any joint arrangements “would come within the purview of accrediting organizations” that review the home campus, she said.

    Empire State College, like the rest of SUNY, is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, based in Philadelphia. Richard Pokrass, a spokesman for the organization, said in an e-mail, “SUNY/Empire State College is accredited by our Commission, but University of New York, Tirana, is not. UNY-Tirana is approved by our Commission as an ‘other instructional site‘ for SUNY/Empire State College.”

    Asked whether the accreditors had ever seen his campus, Mr. Giakoumis said “I believe inspectors travelled to Greece and Prague, but not to Tirana.” Mr. Pokrass later confirmed that “‘Other instructional sites’ are typically not visited.”

    On a brief visit at the end of January, a reporter watched Keler Gjika listlessly take a class on Advanced Finance through practice questions from Damodaran online, a popular Web site maintained by Aswath Damodaran, a professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University.

    As students stared inertly at the projected screen images, the exercise seemed a long way from an American classroom — and also in striking contrast to the atmosphere at the European University of Tirana, another private college on the other side of the city. All the classes there were in Albanian, but the lively discussion in classrooms and cafeteria, and the well-stocked — and busy — library suggested an institution where curiosity was as important as credentials.

    Despite its offering only an Albanian degree, the rector, Tonin Gjuraj, said the school had no trouble filling its 2,500 places. “Albania was a poor countsaid Mrry. An isolated country. People are eager to get ahead,” . Gjuraj, a former Albanian ambassador to Israel.(Albanian Diplomat Mafia) Darjel Sina, who teaches law, described the school’s tuition of $3,300 a year — or $7,900 for a three-year course for those who pay in cash — as “not cheap. But it’s not expensive.” For popular fields like medicine, law or finance, the competition at Albania’s public universities, where tuition is $200 to $530 a year, is intense. The large number who fail to secure a place guarantees a demand for private providers.

    Kevin Kinser, an expert on cross-border education at SUNY Albany (which is not connected to E.S.C.), said the U.N.Y.T. connection with Empire State College “is a way of developing legitimacy — a branding issue. The conflict comes into it when the public institution asks, why should we devote any attention to serving individuals outside our constituents? What we’ve found in our research is that if it’s out of state, it’s out of mind.”

    Although both Mitch Leventhal, SUNY’s vice chancellor for global affairs, and Gavin Lowder, the director of Empire State College’s international programs, declined to be interviewed, Mr. Lowder did answer questions by e-mail. “This program is not funded by taxpayer dollars,” Mr. Lowder said. “It is a self-funded program. In addition, the program provides opportunities for Empire State College faculty to have international experience, which enhances teaching and learning.’‘ He insisted that faculty “are hired only in consultation with E.S.C.” and that the curriculum “is in accordance with college guidelines.”

    It is also profitable. For every four-credit Empire State course offered at U.N.Y.T. collects $1,200 — the price is fixed in dollars — of which it keeps $384. The balance is passed along to SUNY, along with 68 percent of portfolio fees ($315), orientation ($50), telecommunication ($100 per term) and an assessment fee for transfer credits of as much as $1500. This year, U.N.Y.T. enrolled 111 students in Empire State courses; there are similar arrangements for New York College’s campuses in Greece and the Czech Republic.

    With no investment needed for buildings or teaching staff, and the promise of regular returns, such arrangements are increasingly popular with cash-strapped Western universities. In Albania, a country still emerging from long years of isolation under the Stalinist dictator Enver Hoxha, U.N.Y.T.’s promise of “a guarantee for your future” will always find plenty of takers. But as Mr. Lawton, of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, warns, “the financial risk is inverse to the risk to reputation.”

    “SUNY is at the leading edge of commercialization, but in these days of financial pressure others will be close behind,” said Philip Altbach. By relying on self-assessment, he warns, “American accreditors are leaving the fox to regulate the chicken coop.” http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/13 D.D. Guttenplan (12 February 2012), In Albania, Can a U.S. Diploma Deliver?, The New York Times, retrieved February 14, 2012 http://www.unyt.edu.al/unyt/index.php?pg=contact Titel Werbung!

    Der Betrug an Tausenden von Studenten mit ungültigen Diplomen, durch Betrugs Universitäten in Albanien

     

    Jedes Studium und Fakultät, benötigt eine Anerkennung durch das Bildungs Ministerium in Albanien. süleman Das extrem niedrige Bildungs Niveau, gepaart mit Ignoranz und einer Deppen Tradition, wird jeden weiteren Wirtschaftlichen Fortschritt von Albanien behindern, wie auch ein Weltbank Report nun feststellt. Prominetester Diplom Betrüger: Fadil Suleimani, und sein in 2009 verhaftet Frau: Guler (gefälschte Diplome im Tausender Paket, mit geklauten Original Stempeln der richtigen Universität. Neben den gekauften Diplomen in Phristina, Tirana, wurde vor allem der Verbrecher Fadil Sulejmani, mit seiner Tetova Universität bekannt, der sogar Einreise Verbot 2003 in die EU, EFTA Staaten und USA erhielt. Noch peinlicher in der Betrugs Ausbildung, sind dann auch noch inkompetente Professoren und Dozenten (sagt Bildungsminister Nikola Todorov) der Deutschen Welle), welche extrem dumm sind, weil man selbst alle Urkunden und Schulzeugnisse gekauft, was in Mazedonien amtlich festgestellt wurde. Und so verblödet ein Staat und ein Volk, was man bestens auch an den Politikern in Albanien sehen kann. Muster Beispiel auch hier der als “Lulu”, bekannte Innenminister Lulzim Basha, der in Holland (Utrecht, Erotik Bar “Jan Bik” ) eine lustige Bordell Karriere schon machte. Solche einfältige und dumme Leute, haben ja Europa eine 100% Garantie gegeben, das alle Albaner sich korrekt verhalten, was der Pyschopat Salih Berisha dann auch noch bestätigte. “Garantien” ist ein Markenzeichen, der Albanischen Verblödung, was sich so heute in der Politik tummelt. Das ist ziemlich identisch, mit dem Schwachsinn, von Schweine Grippe, Humanitären Kriegen und der ständigen Terror Gefahr in Deutschland. Just criminal idiots! Corruption in the judiciary is pervasive. Many judges issue rulings that do not appear to have any basis in law or fact, leading some to believe that the only plausible explanation is corruption or political pressure. Broad immunity enjoyed by judges prohibits prosecutors from investigating corruption allegations until they make a public request to the High Council of Justice to lift the accused judge’s immunity, and receive its approval. Few judges have been prosecuted for corruption because most criminal investigations must remain secret, at least initially, in order to be successful. ………….. http://tirana.usembassy.gov/press-releases2/2012-press-releases